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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. ALTON. ILL.. THU RS DAT EVENING. DECEMBER 4. 1890 %T/\    ■»    rn 1>U. IO nm fair wiR The TMK LATEST CRAZE: National Comm,«iion Be Criticised. To tiddleby ms. ( A r»iiU’ and f . ... extravagance in salaries paid. (A now tm] interest ng THE POPULAR G *MK: BALM! Po sa eau et remtrkably fa*oi«*ttto for young and old. ba happy, play “HALMA.” (If you would (U) tho author et • llanos. It la equally interesting to children as wdl to play in three minute*. a* adult* and ie learnad The great Military Game ••Should he in every family. *R* We ako carry in stock the ever pipular Parches**, Progressive Angling, Table Crequet, Ring Tos*, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety of other interesting and pleasing Board Games. Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles! The LATEST, The bent, The MOST PUZZLING! WrTbe famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the most interesting and Fascinating Puzzle vet introduced Nothing lik< it. Must be seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c. HERE S ANOTHER, THE POCKET DE HBY, A new Race Game for Tors*, and old, a fascinating and exciting Game of chance. Only 10c. CHAS. J. DEGENHART. DKA I. rat IN Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys. IQI and 103. eof. Third and Piasa sts. Alton Th* Comitia R«»|»ort of th* World'* Talr < <> rn mitt** »t Washington Look *4 kf wKh lotor**t—What (la* of th* Cornin ltt**m*M May*—Pro* ««<l I ag • ta Con* ET*** -Th* HOIUM Co**#* th* Copyright BHI- Tho I ad i«a situation. 'Vashimotow City, Dec 4.-Th* arrival to Chairman Candler, of th* world’s fair commute*, la looked for with gnat inter #d. The committee will make a report aa aeon aa practicable after bl* arrival and it la understood will tear up the national commission in groat nhape. One meta lier of the committee aaid, in talking of the nitimtiou, that the national com mimic ti la enormously extravagant in the (■ilarica paid anti ct brr expect**,, and that It will nm tau),(MW a year, On the other hand, ult th* member* of the committer •peak kindly about Chicago and of the general ooura* of the people of that city :n the matter, and the I lid leat ion* are that the committee ha* no critiriKin to j offer except upon the connie of the na Dona) rorninkaion. Th* Local Illroetory Hmahhrd. A Republican member of ('an<ller'a com milter, * | waking of the local directory, aaid they hml iiern Knobbed and alighted at ever) turn. "I think,” he continued, "that Lyman Gage, Mn nib a11 yield. Otto Voting, P. D. Armour and other Chicago millionaire* w ho hare, with the big rail road < nm j, a i in**, practically guaranteed the find Sri,OOO,(NM) autmcriptlon, should be allowed to organise the fair and with the lotto directory run it. The big and US wieldy national coinmlreira *houid give place to a compact executive commit I ce of froth nine to tifurn member*, and their functions a boti id br purely advisory Our coiuiiiitte# am include this amrag our recommendations.» FARMERS IN CONVENTION. Meeting of th* Farmer*’ Alliance and In-duet rial t aloe la Florida. Or ALA, Fla, Dec. 4,-The National Far mer* Alliance aud Industrial union met bere Tureday. Preaident Polk congratu-laird the alliance on it* aclilevementa due* the last meeting, and spoke of (Ii* (ailnth of Hgrknltural depression At 2:30 in the afternoon a public meeting waa beld in the < >|iera houar, an audience af about 1,200 pereoua bring prone ut Prewi-deat Huger* of the Florida Alliance pre-aided. Governor Fleming welcomed th* delegatee, and wa* followed by the Hon. John F. Dunn. alate senator and a prominent aspirant for the United State*, •cantorship, to succeed Senator Call. l*rosi-dent Fouik* of the Sooth Dakota Alliance alw made a *hort ie Id re* *, in which he predicted victory for the alliance at the I al lot box Iii MR. a sentiment which delegati-* cheered to the echo. Aa Investigation Ordered. Interesting Items of News 8ent Over the Wires. DETROIT SOCIETY EDITOR CANED. Me Mink** Tee free with th* Mu** af Oar ef the Daughter* ef Ki-Mayer Thompson and (lei* fceverel? l*iinUh*4 —Beld Work of Bother* ag the C hi. age Stork Tarde- An Allegnl lunatic'* K*-en|»* from en Asylum, I ii t KOI T, Mich., Dec. 4.—- Editor Sidney (/Orheft. of The Crilk, a gay society journal, wa*. the vict I rn of a coning Tuesday. . Mr. Corbett recently married a daughter '** of Millionaire Mabley hot ha* a profound j mitrtnpt for aociety. He i* retorted to At the regular session Wednesday morn- T?'* run4" !“ *    manner    of lag a resolution waa adopted providing j J, I,, u Thompson, doughier of ex-a committee of one from each -tate dele *”wv'ur rhotnpaon, after Min* Thorn immix any THE DAV IN CONGRESS. Cation, to Investigate the conduct of Mr. McCune, chairman of the national executive committee. I,. F. Livingstone, prewi-dent of the Georgia State Alliance ami i'renident Polk in reference to the Georgia ** i ta torah) p; it having been t barged that then* gentlemen were influenced in (heir action by moneyed eonaideration*. The romndtti-e i* Fmpowered to invest!-irate any id her charge* wKh which if the officer* may be arc tined Heady far aa laveatlg»tt«a. Mr. iJvingstone, rising to a (location of ten* mal privilege iii the onn vent tun, at Ated hat the charge*, and rumor* affecting bim bait liven wbiapend and of unfair deal ng* in referenoe to thy Georgia senator-‘l ip. and demanded thai a thorough investigation be made. He Mid Md 'one aud Polk heartily joined to thin demand It arraiM evident that a fight on the auh-tn asury plan will ria* during the amnion. The oppoaitkm claim that th!* plan la clam legislation and violate* the alliance con -titiitiou in i eg* nl to equal righto and spei ial privilege*. Tim Horning to Gram! master wderly id the Knight* -if Labor to anxiously to Led for FIFTY YEARS MARKED. After a FOR HARD TIMES. A So BOX COUGH I) RO PIL 10c BOTTLE COUGH SYRUP. 10c BOX FACE POWDER. 10c BOTTLE COLOGNE. 10c PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER. 10c BOX GOOD UY ER PILLS. IOC BOX GOOD HALVE. -o— AT —o— MARSH S DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ALTON, IT’s NO SECRET. That our STOCK is the MOST We COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton. b often ne you call in: show yon Something New CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussels Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. IN CURTAINS: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portion IN’ RUGS: Fur Moquette, Smyrna Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies Uke to see the Newest and Finest In House Decorations. The Besteal way to tee them ie to Call frequently at our establishment, whether you with to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL Tho Copyright Hill Passed Lengthy llrb*t«. Washington city, Dee. A—A iwolu-tluu offered hi th* senate Tuesday in relation to a nit* for th* government printing ofltov led to a long jMsrussion Wednesday. It Wa* Anally referred to th* committee on printing. An interesting delate took plane on the subject of the threatened ladles war apropos of a joint non! tit ion to K-wtle arm* to the alate* of North aud South Dakota aud Nebraska. Voorhees having • liargi-d th* situation to th* fact of the Indian* being “Carved and Mt-wm Daw** aud Pierce replying to him Tho discussion wa* interrupted aft 2 o’clock by the election toll coming up a* unfinished business t‘*M*«t the Copyright MIU. Ip th*- hornet after the reading of the journal the copyright bill wa* takrn Up and dr bn t«*f at length Th* disraaaton wag participated in by Messrs. Peter*. Fsrqubar, Kerr, and other*. Finally the toll a ms passed -yea* Psi, nays 75. The India* tilt nation. WAhHFMiToX ( ITT. Dec. 4—The only dispatch received at the war department Wed ne* lay morning reading on the Indian situation was turn the Heeebud agency. All wa* rejmrtrd quiet three. The absence of dispatches from Pine Bldg*- and Standing Hock Indian agen ens. is regarded at tile war department as an evidence that the situation la no worse and probably (fetter than It ems. Orders wen- Wednesday issued from tit* war dr pertinent directing that the First, Fifth ami Seventh regiment* of Infantry proceed at once to threpeighborhood of the Ktoebud agency. The First and Seventh regiment* will proceed Amt to Omaha and (ben await further orders a* to the exact location to which they will proceed I*reside*vial N.mb (Mattes*. Washington (TTT. Dec. 4 -The prowl deut has seot to I he senate the following Dominations K E Handers, of Wisconsin, to be register of the land oflice at Wau san, NSI*. K. Ii Johnson, of Wisconsin, lo he receiver of public moiwys at Wausau, Wk.; also a nuinherof recess appointment* and naval promotions. i'fru* F. Field Celebrate* III* QiiMc* ll *44lug. New Yoni, Dec. 4.—Ihe gulden wedding et C)ru* W, Field and wife wa* celebrated Tuesday at the residence of    Mr. Field, non beast Punier of Twenty Unit street and th* 'n,I,"wry Lexington avenue. A reception waa held from 4 to 0 o'clock, during which time more than 40) gtiesu paid their respects to the aged couple, who received the congratulation* of tl»Hr froad* with their children standing around them Of the hundreds of preset!ta received by Mr. and    Mrs Field, the most conspicuous wa* a    large solid gold punch UjwI of exquisite workmanship. Cong rat ii I ut tun a frnsi A bra a. I. During th* day Mr Field received a large number of coo grat History telvgrmtns from different part* to tbs United .-tate* aud Canada, as well a* from Great Britain. France, Germany, Austria, Hpain, Russia. Italy, Au«tralia, South America, and China. Of the number received none ap [leered to delight Mr Field half a* much aa one which was signori by si My thro. prom inetit men in England atuoug tbern the duke of Argyll, W I-cal. ad. Bright, Ixird Monk, William E Gladstoita, AkIkIndud Farrar Sir William Thompson. <m>rg« 8haw Lcfevre and ll*run Heater gamily (Mimer a* MgkL In the evening a family dinner was served in the large dining room in the Field mansion. Among those who sat •bout It were Mr. and Mr* Field. Mr. Field’* throe brother* -Judge Stephen J. Field, of the United Stales supreme nourt, who came on from Washington earfv In the morning; David Dudlev Field and Henry M. Field and Mr and Mrs. Field « fifteen gr. at grai'dchildren With the except iou of til* ofHtiaUtig clergyman, who is dead. all the fwraons present at the <er JBJ lifty .roars ago participated in the I.-stI .It lea in the afternoon and even Out Mr. Field lain hi* T 1st year and he and hi* wife are both In excellent health. return from Europe, when It was reputed in New York and Detroit papers that she wa* to marry tount Klriuist. .if Berlin. Blist let His Hmugtiters Atone. Thi« the family denied very emphatically. Tuesday? Mr. Thompson called on Mr Corbett, and a row ensued in which Hie mayor *tnick Corbett aero** Die face with a cane, fellowing it up with repeated blows, until bystanders interfered and separated the com tm (anta. Thompson ) say* if I he Critic dom not let hi* daughters alone lie n ill horsewhip Torlapft on the *treef* Atis* Thompson ha* taken a bouw in New York for the winter. BOLD WORK OF ROBBERS. They Neenre nx.OOO from a ('ashier at tke I aion Atwek I ant*. UUU'Ami, I tee 4 -John N. (twier, cashier of tit* Allerton Hacking company, wa* held up in his oflite in the parking hon** by two nnknown men of grange r like appearance, and robbed of (.'(.ihi) in osxh. It wa* ymy day at AilcrttMt’a ami a few moments after IS, UUU had iara I .rough t from the bank to the cashier the two ^ranger* entered th* oflte*. In an in-Baht the cashier wa* looking down th* nnoxle of a rrrotxw. He was ootnmami-e«l to empty the money into a eau va* lag which nim held out alongside the revolver. Mad* lima Th. lr Rarape. Eighteen Iiundre.J uwn were working in th*- jun king hon-/ close by at the time of After lh* rolibrr* had secured the money they harked rat of th* offhe and thrust a jimmy through the latch of th. uoly door to Hie office, . ifect unity barring th* egre-- of the cashier. A liuggy in waiting at the curb dashed off wilii the thieves, aud ail tram* of them wa* U*4 before ti e police could be readied. COAL. The FamoiiH Gillpfipi© Soft COAL deli vere<! at five minutes notice In any of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clin k era or Cinder**. Best Soft Coal in * the West. HARD COAL In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed. BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TEI.EPHONE 84 AND ai. •OF- JUST RECEIVED, Km-*p*4 from sa A*> Isnt. Vandalia, Ills., Dec. 4. -Sanford No*. who wa* convicted aud sent to the penitentiary from here five ysaro ago for life for the murder of hi* wife in Bond county and who after a year's nrmtincment in th* I>*nIteii! lory, wax adjudged insane and placed in the asylum at Anna, escaped from that institution Tuesday night At the tim* Nu* was transferred to the axylum it was the opinion of every OM hero who knew him that br feigned insanity for no >.ther purpose than that be might get rat aid* of the prison wall* and some time make his ears|ie. Noe s crime w ax « in.sit heinous on*, aud it waa the opinion of the public generally that he j should have paid the j- nalfy by hanging Manager sad Troap* Mi..lug. Monticello, Ilia., Dec 4. -IC. B Young, busuiexx manager to the New York Comedy company, baa mysteriously disappeared from the A meriean hotel He came here, made n contract for his troupe to atop af the botel, billed the town for the play and. Sunday night, left the botel and ha.- not ixwn ecru since Ha left bk trunk end other valuable baggage at the hotel, and naHher IdiuM-lf nor the New York dramatic troop* have lawn hoard to. They wvrv to lie at the Opera house Munds v evening AT- & TWO TRAGEDIES AT LIMA, OHIO. one Usa Wardered fee Mon*) aug Aim ber for Kevsmge. Lima, Dee. 4- Tneeday morning the dead laidy to John Watkins waa found lying along the railroad track mar Hart* Mayer Peck’* Successor. Maw At KEE, Wia., Dec. 4-Had the Republican. cast th* name nit* in lh* sj.eetai election Tuesday as they did In the November cie. t ira in this city they would hare elm ted a mayor for the unexpired term to Gov . morelect Beck, but a cam paign to only two day* failed to rally them to the poll*, while til* Democrats wore oat In lore# and elected PMct J, Some is aa may et by an overwhelming plun.Uty The total role cast wao H.TM or which p. J Bowler*, Dem., received l*,74(i; K, H Madge-Imrg. Hep , MW; John Htippic, U.-|A, 1.ISI, Ville The last seen to Watkins alive wa* | giving Homer* a majority of 5,718 and plurality over Madgcburg of 6,849. Monday night, when he waa in company with two *tranger*, a1) throe under the influence to liquor. Watkins had a large aam of money on bis person, and wheu found Tuesday the money was missing. His skull was fractured, and a heavy dab lying beside bim told th* story to a crime • The two men who were with him Monday night have not teen seen since. Shut In Ut* WU*'* Pre—ne*. Tuesday morning another tragedy was enacted twar the same place. Ferdinand Tongue!, a fermor, waa o« hi* way to hit , M home. a. oompaniad by his wife, when they were met bv ((baric* Heaton, a shiftless JJJwfgCwt ta TUX riNKiT UK ATC a. Radiant Home, STHK BENT it AHI) COAL NASB IU UHE*. Superior, tig Moat Pit KELI T CCF IX 8TOVX MAUK FIBK bilks iv iii UA NTE !> POK FIVE TK A (UL H. A. H0FFM ANN, IOO nod IQS E- to KUON D ST individual who gained an exigence by Wealing from hit neigh bora. .He waa ar-roated once, longuet appswring aa th* 1 pnoaecutiug wit no*., and Hex ion then : swore revenge. When he met Tonguet Tneaday he stopped him on the pretense at wanting a chew to lobarae, and while Ton-guel Sae getlmg it he pulM a revolver and shot him in the breast, making a fatal wound Heaton was arrested. allot the Negro Dead- Gi' i iHUF. O. T., Dec. 4—A negro wae hating in the Moro to Indian Trader Scott, when one to the clerks e&wod him a d gar*:to picture to a negro, tailing the ne gro that It bore a striking resemblance to hint The negro go! angry tiecauae to the remark* concerning th* picture, and liegan to curse. He was ordered out, but returned with his banda full to atone* He throw one to them and hit Hood ta the groin aud woe in the act to hurling another when Scott drew his rw vtover and sh.g the negro, kitling him In eiantly. Cels bl sat Ion la Lagging ll. ms**. Boston. Dec. 4- A ora'MASI log ha* been formed to control the waaagetnant •>f the cheap lodging liras** In fbi* city known a* th* "F riendly fan*'' Th* organisation will Isj called th* "New Fug land lodging Hotel coinjauy." The com pniiy I* control! si by Ave p<-rsous s inurn n the capital stock at FbJO.hOU. Htcjs, ha.a to-en taken b> extablixh bouHc* in Portland, Womwter and Providence. Lie* ase Quesiioa la VI assacu us* ii*. Boston, Dec. 4. ital urns fruiu the twenty two Maasachusctts cities which Tuesday held muuleipal elections are very slow in coining in. Fourteen to the twenty-two show that no license, on which question thebe is is this state local option, ha* received an overwhelming blow, foil River, fur instance, which last year voted no lie* moi by 1.5.0, Ium g.«w .\uuo fur liornx*. and the atune is (rue lo ( ainbridgi For the rn* sd jarl Demo are sleeted, and the city Dean* retie in twelve of the fourteen cities benni from. Br* Tearer) »*utrur*4 lo Daatk. Lo MMM, Due. 4—Mrs. Nellie Pnarory, eharg.d with the murdet of Mrs. Hogg, wa* found guilty Wednesday and sen urn. *»J to death. The murder wan uho-lulu .si at the I Ye rec y wumau’a Louse, where Mr*. Hogg, the wife to the former’s paramour, waa calling. A quarrel arose between the women over Hogg’s infidelity, arui Mrs Paam-y, in a fit to rage, killed the cs tar woman, afterw ard carrying her vito i rn‘a t»«'y to a distant spot, when H wa* found the next day. Fear Mea Killed ta aa Afrsy. Bantu•«’, La, Dm. 4.-A rn, winger from Oak Ktdgw rop-»rt* a aeriotu shooting affray there Bot unlay night Two men named Whitney and -Khanks got into a difficulty with Bart Gardner, and after they were separated, the constable with a B undertook to arrest Whitney and ta, and. upon their refusal to surrender, a g.'iieial futoliadv U«*k pix r and it is rrjx>rtcd that W'hitue/ and Hhsuk* were kid-vt, together with tar.. »i..-r meu who had loir** I them ikargs It ta MrKlnley. B*m IN. Dec 4—Typhia of the bowels ie raging at & hwelt!both, Low i^i, and other part* of ujjper Hile<-is, where meal and flour are entirely excluded from the diet to the ueojde. especially ainee the McKinley bill ha* made the closing to many mtitf picnmry HU Vtrtiuiff Arr Ik»Ki, Fix OLA V, Ohio, Hee. 4-' Jack th* Paia otHe” is reaping a rich harvest in this city In the way of destroying dog*. During the past furl: eight hours more thou fifty annuals have been found dead un ti** street.-, all to them mseting tludr fate from cating jsiis*iued Kdogiai--■■Tag- He-ward- for il.< approhenwiott of the udaere-ant already aggreuat# over KJOU, but aa yet no clew to his identity has lawn discovered. Win It** I tai a I actor, Of Tkair Ow a. PtTTfcHi Ko, IM., Der 4 Th* American Window Glare Workers' a*soc4ation, other-wise known as Assembly auu. Knight* cl labor, near jwupose to build a glare foe tory to its own. The factory will be run a* ae»xiperatire concern, bist th* profits will go into the treasury to the onctunation. The object in ealaidtobiog Mio tm ■ tory in to ascertain exactly how much profit there is in the business, that the men may act intelligently in formulating ; their wages acale. ■I «»•*• Ware foe hath tag. New Yoke, Dm. 4—A meeting was held st Cooper Union to protest agal aet the execution of Sophie Gnnsberg, th* young Russian girl who is to drat ii in Ku-xla on suHjilekm to tieing a Nihilist Resolution* were adojited entreating the Hureiau gnieminent to modify th* • sitenor. A ropy will be sent to the Vt Ossian tniwiater a* Washington, and sn-4her copy will he arid to • rn n-tary Biaia.-, with the Ukm that he will intercede aa behalf to the girl. Alabama Misers* airth*. BnuujroHAM, Ala., Dec. 4—The striking coal miner* hare been joined by nearly all the men who wets at work Monday. Th# indication* are that th* struggle will be a long aud bitter one. Nearly half the furnaces la the district will go out blast thtx week, end others will follow ai** es their stock to r* k* is cxhaux'cd. The min# operators remain firm in their roalstance to the demand* to the men READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS! NEW GOODS. :Come and See Thein.^; . Tile Jeweler Mlr rn j CT^OC’KB la large Variety Accordians, Violins vL0< Silverware^. —ABD— Guitars. vnfi their supplies. Household, Domestic and Standard Sewing Mc's. Aswing lf ach ine Needles aud Repair* of all kinds, Hold, Silver and Steel Spectacles to Suit All. Clocks, Watches aud Jewelry Repaired. FALL SUITS. I AM MOW KEADY TO Ft AMISH CV BMY MAM IX ALTOS WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MAUK FP IM •LOTH* PBLMCTKD KUPECLA LLY FOB PAJ^Ij WE A R. CIT* IM THE MOTT ITT UNO Mi MN BB, With. Perfect Pit, 'AMD At Figure* that will Please All. IIH.O.G. Montz. A KilrsMlsSlwr Mal**,. NKW Volts, Do 4- Th* IN arid says Ow California al blet ic .dub al a (Besting Tuesday night derided to offer a punw of th,OUI for a j lore eontesk ii*tureen Jake Kiirain aud George (Godfrey. Godfry ta willing | to s|mt for that aiuount, and l»hu Dwyer < wired kin that tm would f«\ u-fc a stake of toJWi if the match was arranged Kii-i ala said the terms were mu ai I actory to bim. A* Indian* Wan A |<pointed. NY ash I nu TU ll (ITT,Dec. 4 -Hi* preahlenl baa apjiointcd John C. Robinson, to Indiana.u xjxwiAl agent to make an nHutment to lands in -everally to tbs Indiana. FALL GOODS! AMOTHIM LOT Off AND CLOTHS. WORCESTERS CASSIMERE*, Jl>T UCBI YID FOB FALL WK AH. ALAO A FINB UMX OF Cl ut Ii for Overcoat* FOR FALL AVD WI HTBK. E. L. BOECKMANN. ;