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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. 4 VOLUME 30. ALIGN, ILL.. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER ISL 1890 MaF* We have had manufactured for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the East) a complete Line of the LATEST BEOT STYLES. and PAPEKTIES. (ROX PAPICH.) iraf" These Matchless Goods are now under way, and will reach us in about IO days. BairWe have cut deep Into the prices of our present stock, and offer you same at JOUR OWN PUCE. •arRemember ail our goods are o|N*n to your inspection, and you will And each and every article distinctly marked in Plato Figures. iraim GREAT The Ever I On POPULAR -LUG Sheet Music, (GIIAS. J, DEGENHART, Sole Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS UAREI't'LLY ARK (NORD FO SMOTET AND roil THS HHK OE TEACH EKH or HIK PIANO AND ORGAN. I hop#tlck Wattle, by.................De    Lull! • ly Away Galop, bf....   ... Gertrude Dream Waltz, by..,,. Impatience < I tan jo Galop j, by In tlv sunshine, bjr. Jack Frost’s March, bjr.,,,. ... Moment Musical, by. Playful Ronda, by ......... ItuMlan Grand March, by ....... star of Affection Mazurka.by____ Mam sr of Roses Ga lop, by. ... Walts, by ...... Wreath Waits, by    ....... Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Wallis, Beethoven. Atren bl* >k tan se . ..Knight. ..Schubert. ....Greene. .. Era nota Hartmann Mtresbbog u ((lese Sc. NO. HO St. Louis Terns Oat la Crowds to Moo calef Magistrate. * Wa,r, . - v I    Oct.    18-Tho president ar- watchet Two Year* rived rn st, Loots at » A Farmer to Nab a Miscreant. o'clock Saturday morning All night long the president’s ri'st wa* disturbed by th# bi ire of trumpets and th# beating of drum*. At important Decision of the Mich-•fan Supreme Court. HIS PROPERTY FIRED THREE TIMES, zmal I etal ion along the road a brass band -OWER COURT VEROICT REVERSED. and a of crowd people awaited th * coming    ---------- Hie Fourth Attempt of the Offender fie--nile la HU Shin tieing Filled With ''hot Cowardly A *•#*•! not lee ta Mls-•tsalppt —Warder at a Hance -Frustration of a datl Crimea. He livery — Other ALTON, THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Roienfeldt. VOCAL ARD IN ATRI MENTAL) loc a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue Fit KL on Application, or Malled FICKE to any AddrcNR, ta. J. Degenhart, Kansas Cur, Ma, Oct IS -Two years •mo termer Thomas Greening, living mirth of Cameron, Mo., had hi* barn and house £re<j three times in as many ninths by an incendiary. Ile bought a -hoiyun and for two long years be has kept nightly vigil over bis property. He wa* rewarded Thursday night by seeing a man drive up in n CRrt ^ >Urt ^ a pile of dry chip* and hay against tbs bara. Greening fired and the man jaiaped into his cart and drove off. In the morning it was found that the man wa-* Bill Lob man, sn n-eonvict, vt Win-"ton, and that he was lytug at bl* home mortally wounded with shots through tho chest. Murder st a Dane* Bloomington, Ills., Oui, ll— At adance at i he home of George Bertram Friday n'ght, Bertram engaged in a quarrel with an uninvited guest named William puffer. Ile ordered Snuffer to leave the house, and when Stauffer refuted do so be shot him. The I tai I struck Stauffer in tbs facie, breaking hie jaw aud passing downward Into hit cheat where it lodged, and from which it can not be extracted. Stauffer will die. Bertram hat been arrested. A Burglar's Audacious F.»r.»p„. I An ma, Wash , Oct. U-After John Mmlth, ti notorious const burglar, had bern held Friday afternoon foe trial for Jumped and grabbed a revolver which h id been taken away from him aud was lytug on a table in the crowded court room, covered Justice of the Peace Patrick, sud threatened to .Loot <t Bv body that moved. He then hfielwd oui of the court room door aud escaped. I he Justice dodged behind his desk and skinned hi* head. ILK. Third and Piasa st. Alton. Ills To Relieve a Cough get Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at MARSH S DRUG STORK Assassination la Mississippi, Jackson, Mi**, Get. 18,-At Clinton, ten miles west of here on the A. sod V. railroad, lilly lf. J**wis. a prominent fit I RINI HI ut Itll* ft* ll ft at, VVfift UA While Standing IU .he yard of his residence. So further particulars cond be obtained than the arew ststomeul that he I a l b#eu abo: and the fact that CiLilon tied telephoned for bloodhounds to put upon the track of the perpstr .tort of the deed. II# was 48 years old and a man of family. I'rwl.ahly Frustrated a Jail Delivery. I11 inr Dodge. Iowa, Oct. IS.—Harry Morgan, a prisoner in the Wsbater county Jail, Friday received a oopy of tbs novel, ‘'Kreutzer Sonata." Ii came by mall, addressed in cars of tbs sheriff. in glancing over it (Sheriff Adame found two of the leaves neatly pasted together, and lad w*-,-n them were con oval sd two "harp set* I sawn A well planned at D nip! at escape was thus frustrated of the train and made every effort to gel •ight of the president; but th# Harlem.*™ remained dark and that# wa# no response to the erie* of “Dome oat and show yourself."    w Gov. Francis Welcomes the Tres ideal. At the depot there wa* the usual huge throng in waiting, but it wa# kept In order by abe police and there wa* noun-pleasant crowding and Jo* ti Dig of the presidential party as there ha* been at many of the J .’acct visited. The president was welcomed by the governor of the state, D. K Francis. Mayor Kdward A. Noonan and the local committee. He wa# escorted to the Southern hotel, where the president reviewed the parade from the Walnut street balcony. After the procession had pa>uied, the crowd from the side street# packed the street# In front of the hotel, and there were crim of ‘ Speech I speech I” but the president laughingly shook bis heal. From the balcony he retired to one of the parlors where bs wa# introduced to a number of prominent cltixen# The Colorado dele-gallon, which is visiting the exposition, paid their respect* to him in a body. Visit to tin Jockey etui Mouse, At the conc asian of the public reoep-lion the president was retorted to hi# carriage, in which he was driven to the fair grounds Theft, at LIO p. rn , at the Jockey Club bouse, an elaborate luncheon was served, at wl,(ch Governor Franc!# presided. I be president wa# escorted through the grounds by Its president, Charles Green. Hears af Justle* Miller’s Illness I he president received a telegram from Attorney General Miller in <he morning, saying that Justice Miller wa* in a comatose condition aud that hi* death was cg-pertest at any time. If Jostles Miller Mould die, the programme for Monday will probably be abandoned nod th* president will return direct to Washington , from Indlanapolla Mark L McDonald, world’s fair so ii-rn I'atoner from California, met I he pre*! dent, and in behalf of til# director general attended him an Invitation to visit I Chicago and inspect th# world’s fa r the. "be president said that be regietted thai she trip cannot be extended to Chicago. He arid he felt to duty bound to <o! low oat tit* programme aipesdy planned. Colored atlsens Caam* ll* Discriminated Agelast In Public PUe*#-Kmpteym#«» of N*s ro Switchmen! on Tstas Railways I pile Id Com pMeat Ions In the Rettle-e»*nt of a Millionaire’s Estate—lasnf-Hr lent Proof of a Man’s Death tor th* Probate of a Will. LanmNG, Mich., Get. 13.—The supreme | court has rendered a very important opln-Ion affecting the rights of co oeed people In public pisces. One Ferguson, colored, wit h a friend, entered a restaurant In De troll, of which a man named Giles wa* pro; rietor, Keating ihemaelvreat a table a Wetter Informed them that they could not Im waited on at that table, lait if I bet woul i take a seat at one which he desig Hated they would bs served. Thl# they refused, demanding service at th# tattle at which they were Kitting. The titgher t our! t hinks Different. I be proprietor admitted discrimination between white an I black people, and claimed he had a right in make st,ch dis crimination. Plaintiff brought suit In the Wayne circuit court for damages wa* defeated, and appealed Pi the supreme court. The JuJgment I* reversed "od a new trial ordered The curt hold-the colored man is a citiseu nuder the con st!tut Ion and can no! be dGcriminaUsl against in public places, and safe thai the only question ibm should have I***,, considered in the lower coart sa* one o| damages Justle* More# writes the opli, Ion, tbs others concur. A MINNESOTA WILL CASC. The Widow »f COAL. The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at llvo minutes notice In any of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West. HARD COAL Iii all Nixes, DHI ven d at Lowest Market Prices, Quality l iiHtirpassed, CUT NOW. BEFORE THE BIG IDV,NOE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TELEPHONK 84 AND 31. •Shrewd Chin*,* flue un cr*. Saw Fit arch KXI, Cal., Get. in,-The •teamer Ueigiu brought new# of a btg silver deal in China, whereby the Hong Kong aud Kb agha! bonk am rased an la | men** fortune in a few While the silver bill wa. befur# cong re** the Anam ie,* of the Orient foresaw the way thing# were trending In this country, end quietly bought all the Mexican dol-l*r* in.tho United .States at IM cst,ta The silver btll which pawed placed the value of Mexican dollars in the I tilted States at 86 cent*. Tbs result I# the manipulators of tbs Hong Kong and Shanghai bank have made a barrel of money Before the deal the •Pock, which bad all twen paid up, wa# •"Ulna for 11.89 per share, bm now ll •an’t be bought for lee# than CX*) a shat# Fall Styles. Latest Novelties in SCARFS, TIES, WOOL and DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR and HATS, SUITS Made and Satisfaction to Order at Itc*an«»nable Price#. Cl na rra ii Iced, at Perfect Fit BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s. Artistic Tailors and Furnishets. FRANK BUDDE. —O- RETAIL DEALER TK -0 "Wines and Liquors. —O— AGENT FOR -o~ A.X ll BUSK I CB I lOUTL. FU > 1*1 UU I. Good# delivered to any part of the city fro# of charge. Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth ct"., (Kaible’s old stand.) Alton, IU. Choict Brands af WINES and LIQUORS Alway* on Hand. Gave New In.nj, tor HU Appcaraae*. NKW Yung. Oct. la.-James A film-mon*, under Indictment fur siding sod abetting Gen. I1# sr Classed In cullies-zltng the m emmies of the th uh National bauk, and who f ailed to respond when ■ ai),* I nj nu to plead before Judge Benedict in I bv United Stat.« circuit court, printed hi ut-elf to th# no ort Friday aud gave new hoods for his future appearance. Had BegUnlag lev a Tenth. ()*ii Koan. Wig. Get. 18.—Don W. (Jib-*oe. s messenger for tbs United States Fxpreee company between Oshkosh and Lortonville, wa* aneled for the embezzlement of money package# containing •NXI. Ile ta ouly I# year# old. but extremely fast in hi* babi a Poisoned HI# Fatally. Mon THOM KMT, Ala, Get. 13.-A special lo Tbs Advertiser (rum Newton says: ('layton Lloyd poisoned bls family son-I- lug of a wife and lour children Friday. One of the children died later. Lloyd we-caped. It is »aU he ha# another w ta In Georgia THE IRISH FU 3ITIVE&. Maimer WHI Ack tor Their Knredltlon Up*** their Arrival Ie America LhKIhix. Get. IS—There h now little doubt tost Dillon en<t O’Brien have sailed from l!j,v.# for New York Their move-Hunt* have bren purposely ehroude<l la uiy*;er> , but It I# believed they took th# mail lost from Dublin for Holyhead WI ne* lay aud preceded thence directly to London. wh*r# they took th# train for Doon or New Haven, and embarked for Frant**, when- they would arrive lo time to ratch the French steamer at Havre, It i* reported that Half.air will advt** th* govern i or n t to take etc pa for th* ex tradition of O’brieo and Dillon on th*ir arr.val in the United Hi at*# on th# grouud that they are fugitive* from Jut-lice, having broken their banda while < trial on a criminal charge A Female Em beanier. Yogs. Got. IS Mrs Mary Rice, mf New cashier of the Prudential Insurance puny, of Jersey Qty, was ar re-, led Friday night, cb argol with smtwaslsmeot The company ha* been mi vs lug small amounts of money and finally put detectives to Work on the case. Th# woman was detected by th* old trick of marking money, which wa* found in her possession Mr* Rice is but ti year# of aga hod wa* recently married Mi* I# well educated and bas been employed by the company for the poet three years Propose to Advowee Ka* tbound tote*. New \<>bk, Get. IL—-The moat important meeting of five trunk Bo* presidents this year is now in pregrjs# tu this city, The meeting I# the result of a sail teem* i by Nr Joseph Hickson of tbs Grand Truuk railroad, of Cana la; John King president of the Kris, and Charles p. Mayer, pfesidi at of Baltimore ic Ohio. Ad th* prodder)t* of th* trunk Hue# re-•ponded to the call, which, It ie said. was issued for the purjwjse of advancing the rates on eastbound freight*. New Grading tor Wheat. New Yoga, Opt lA-At * meeting of the grain trade in the produce exchange Friday two new grade* for hard winter wheat were adopted a* follow#: Grad* No. t bard winter wheat to consist of the bard varlet ie., u be sound, dry, sud reasonably clean, and not weigh less than sixty pound* to tbs bushel Wiucberter standard. Grade No. I hard Winter wheat, to U- sound end r*a*ooab|y clean, but to hot lee* than fifty-seven pound* to Mtllloselr* Hee lite* t* Burn Her tleahmwd’* Teat ament. KT. Bai l, lino., Get I*.-A euriout complication has arbtrn in th* set item,.,, t of the enate of Klw.rd Lang*vin. Du* many times millionaire, who dill «u I-denly three weeks ago. No will being found, th# widow had Organ god with the Hi. Paul Tm ut company to ad minister the estate, but Friday she withdrew and announced that a wt ii had toe ii found, On* of til* heir# was Uootgc, eldest i of the deceased, who bad piled up debts to th* extent of WO.OOH, on account of which he was disinherited in the lately disc leered will "he Will Hora the Wilt, It ta the knowledge of this fact that now impel* the widow to announce that eh* will put the will m lite fire an I to all.,* all to share nod share nilka without of feting Ute will for jr. ba#., The *u .>** Ilion ta that tie crednor* of young Imoge ' ti have brought I Iii* aliont in ordo, to secure themself**, a* ti.# young deb et'* ■Imre lh the ca ale, if almtn * ered by law. will amount to *-ev.-r,tl million* I) i the elaiin ta h»Mi* by ne ,r relative-, tin,) they urn legatees under the will, and ta » will (aka ate;)* to com (tel ;be production and probate of tha wtlL I ha value of th, •"tate Ie very great, them I*-mg over H (K*w> lh Bt, laaieatoteabma Krfasrd to Pro Se I* th* |I*wm»nL Kkwai .nix, Wia., Ort. lf,—A remarks hic cace came up in the county coart at this place in which an attempt was made to probate »ha will of a man supposed to be dead, lait of whose demise there I* no positive proof, home mouths ago a well to-do merchant of th!* city nam**! IU!boing disappeared under peculiar cirrum-• Un nee. He bed a good hu*in*aa and THE OMAHA. KOR BURNING COAL, CORK OR WOOD. I «ii n\i v    ,    r    —I......... and Wood Oooking 8tove Made. v. d f I auty Of Klnteti. "iiioothaes* aud I rn ml# lily, this elegant Stove "land* PITTS & HA MITT, •**> Combined Coal VU    >,    [    V    ,V- happy home, out with no word of ex planation he left everything, taking a train to Mtnitnwnc, then boarding a Goodrich line boat en route to Mtlwau Fee and Chicago. Her# ail tram him wa* lost. His friend* think he wa# drowned-cither committed suicide or fell overboard On this ground they off.-re-1 hi* will for pl*)hate. The petition wa# de h ted and th* Judge ref (teed lo admit the will. An appeal was taken?*’ Hrfa*r<i to the Onior Lls*. Hocrrox, Tea, (lot ll -Re,.requite ti vee of the Hnprvme Council of Federal Hallway Organisations met here Fri-d-iy to discuss affairs lo cuunsoUoo with th* strike against th* employ meat on th* Houston and Texas Central ra ined of negroes ** switchmen. After a commits tlun with Receiver Dilltugham a *atUf*< tory arrangement wa# reached, the dele gallon concluding that they could not make th* Oui im line sn ls*ue, aitd th* com pany promising to r*tn*Ute all mm who struck on a, count el tbs trouble. The council found that aa the company paid th* Chicago switchmen's seal* there wa* no ground few complaint. A DRAMATIC SUICIDE. Drank PoUunuui Avie Driers th* (la.. *® Mhteh Me Wa# Lecturing. loiBoji, Get. IS.—An ratraordioary aiory wa* tv c.raphcd from St. peter* burg. It I* pro)-able zn roman* cr ha# ever imagined a more dramatic incident. A young profaner of uiedicina, Kouch-areky, doetd his lecture on poi*onou* etida to a cia** in th* la Oratory of th* university by pouring into # gU,. FALL GOODS! A Perty-Foot Fall ta aa Bleeatov. .M’ut sun KLD, Ohio, Oct lf —Thursday night after the performance of tbs "Irish Arab,” in which Bobby Gay loc sui*, seven of tbs company'# members wen*, to the 1-agonda houee and took th* elevator tor their room* on th* fifth fluor to retire for the night The elevator started quietly and it wa# noticed U worked weakly and with dtflknlty. On arriving at the fourth fluor the car stopped and darted down forty terr. when the safety ratchet# caught lh The sodden .top broke in the glam cop ami wo# of the is dim of the party ndutsd. "ay# (tem R.ia WU! Ile Duo newt CuteMiiL'% Iud., Get ll-A letter was receded by Congressman Cooper, of this city. Friday from ex Com rut*, loner of Ifematoi.a Tauuer, whtch etated that th*    tome drop* of mte'of in#‘poison. #.‘y|n prveident had mad* up his mind to let    he    drank    'hem    “* Gwt Ha urn, the prvscnt commissioner, 1 out. It la thought hero that on the president's ret urn he will not be fired, but that he will be beld up until after the campaign ie over. famous gymuast, and th# elevator boy. ms ayu WHI Cody, were badly iajnrsd broken giaaa The aacident was by a weak ne mi of Ce water power. Will Flasl s Cates? el Japaaeea. Bar Fkancuod, OM. UL—Advice# from Japan by th* #teatgablp Bslgic, which arrived Friday, state that there is a movement on f<«* to plant a colony of Japan we la Meatno. A Mr Vogel, representing the oulouy in Mexico ha# hrn In Japan trying to indues th* government toacoede to hi* scheme He has retd red ism I of. ilrtai -an ct too and expect# to send over ii,VOO laborer# bef rt the sod of th* month at wages of do to Hi cent# a day. Lamartin, a or bf ,    . DR. CR0SVEN OR S rn. Eelleapsic '/ PLASTERS. TNB BIST POROUS PL ASTE RS IN THE WORLD. all pahTeurti as RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK, &c. MIUtoVlUIOM dk Kit ll ARD**, Bm«ea, Maws. The lte*ke-e Ga ta Wark Agata. Loa bun, Oet IE—Th* porters of the Allan Steamship company who have recently I wen on strike have filially decided to accede to tho term# of agreement ar rived at by the executive nffioer# of the Dock Laborer#' union and th* represent# tie## of the company at a recent ooofer-In consequence th* men have re earned work Keeping aa By* wa Chuter*. VU**a, Ort It-The prevalence of cholera at the Mediterranean part* he-I tween Alexandre:!* and Tripoli ha* induced the Au‘trim, government to coo-ttnue for ar vee day# m ore it# supervteton of vessels arriving from thorn porta fit I III swales L'.in.r Merehaat Dead. ' NBW Yoiot. Get. Ii-Loring A Hohert-*>o, s millionaire leather merchant of this city wa# found dead lit his bed st his bom* in Brooklyn Friday Heart future »## tbs prob*bl*- cans* at death. Tesla Wrecker filarees (Meebargvg. Albany, N Y Od a-In th* pol ic# eourt at West troy Saturday morning Kleman, th* alkfed train wrecker, was discharged. In two iniuttu-* you or*, going lo av# # ii>aa deb for* your v> t-*; gee th m»*n, I 14*1 you farewelL'' The •indent* nu h*-d up and tncvi to administer j at* amniote Un it wk* powerUwa. Al the expiration of the tim in hat flx**d , KoaehaiBky woe a eetiew. lh. re t# great ear Item*-ut at th, F aer.borg ovrt this tragn ii.cid, ut It t. generally ta- I lire.vt in* pro.#-a »r hod gone .ud leulj ; I era if, fur no mot ne for hi* act, » i far a# ; known, ext tail, He leaves a wife, of i whom he was eery fond, and two little j children. He will be buried with great pomp at tbs expense of tb* state. Follt ice ta New I, rh City. NKW Yolk,Got. Id-—The Ta (ll many Hall county eonveulion met Friday night and ' nominate I a full city ticket, with Mayor Grant at th* brad The county Democracy eon re ii t fem hmIitmkI tire ticket for mu 1 nlrtpai officers presented by th* People’s . Municipal League. Th# ticket wa, also J andor *.-d by t hp Ii. po bi ican county V. ti I iou. AMGTHKR LOT OF CLOTHS, WORCESTERS AND * -IWAI    CASSIMERES, Ji 07 **<’**'■ id Fur KALL WEAR AMO A FIBK UNK OF ji&Cloth for Overcoats -    __    FAU. and TTI sit ta E.    L.BORCKMANM. ITS NO SECRET. Tltat our STOCK is the MOOT COMPLETE ever oroumht to Alton We can show you Something New as ofum aa you oall in: CARPETS: rupoidry,    Hotly BruHHol". Ingrain,    Art Squares, Hag or Hemp. UNT CURTAINS! Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. ..    „    HVT    RUGS: rnr Moqiietto#    Smyrna & Orifiital. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. whether yon wish to buy or noL The tMiaUfeh maut »/ iii* ti. I tailed Wk-    ••■•ley Fields KICH Mo sp, Va., Get, M -Th* Cnuut of 1'nrM, with hts party, aueotnpanisl by lid. Archer A Odenton, (:*p|. p.,(| H^g. all, Dr. J. A D. i uiU-u and ML G. Tiu«ley. vidtetl lh,- baitii fi id* of Cuieahuuiiny, IfeWhanMMriile, Gd-.e* Md! aud Gold llarlior y ueniay un bur^»i«ick. Friday emiiiig i bey w»-r- entertain -d at an slab orate dinner al Hoi Andereon'a re.ufern. A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS. I AM NUW KEADY TO rriUditH EVfiltr MAM IM ALTOV WaTH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADI; FP' IM (LUTH* pNUtCTIP K"PHQAU,Y Kl At J PAJjL WEAR. IN TIIIC MlteT "Ti USU M A MMK It, JPerfeot Pit, AND At TT JCI. will Please AIL Figures that C. Gr. Moritz. ;