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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 2, 1888, Alton, Illinois                                VOLUME 28 THURSDAY AUGUST 1888 The Old Doctors Drew modem doctors oloanse it j bunco the Increased demand for Altera It IS now well knowti that inost diseasesaro not to but to the Blood and it is equally well attested that no Wood medicine is so eillcacipus as Ayers One of my had a large sore break out on the We applied simple for a thinking the Horo would shortly But it grew Wo sought medical and were told that au alterative medicine ivos Ayers Sarsaparilla being Recommended above all we used it with mar velous The sore healed health and strength rapidly I find Ayers Sarsaparilla to bo an admirable remedy for the cure of blood I prescribe and it does the work every AVo have sold Ayors Sarsaparllla here for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to name the best Ti Ayers medicines continue to bo the standard remedies in spite of all com Bear Ayers PRKPAUKD BY Ayer Jrlcu 1 ill Worth e a Are if At GLOBB Signed NUMBER 53 AN ALL NIGHT Exciting Debate in the British House of DISCUSSING THE COMMISSION n Thattho Editor of Tlio Tlmos Had Something to Do with Drawing Up tho and Evictions In County Clare World Notes of tho house of com mons Sirith moved tho suspension of the standing order under which discussion of the bill to investigate tho charges agnlust Par and others might bo interrupted at mid Jrarnoll protested ngalnsc tho sus pension of tho discussion which tho motion sug gested on the ground that tho proposal was an amendment to con tinue discussion of a measure of tho im portance after the house bad been sitting nine Tho motion was carried by a vote of 231 to reaum WILLIAM ing the debate on the commission referred to tho proposal of Reed to limit the inquiry to charges of par ticipation or complicity in He referred to cabinet in office since the proceedings of which ho asserted had frequently been divulged by Chamberlain to himself and other Nationalist The chairman saying that the Irish leaders observations wore not now In Parnell replied that ho would re serve further statements until ho appeared before tho when ho would be prepared to prove his offering a personal explana said that Parnell had made certain vague accusations against which he threatened to bring before tho If the charges were germane to the subjents referred to tho com mission for investigation ho would give any necessary explanation of them without Regarding tho accusations made by Paruell that ho had betrayed cabi net secrets between 1880 and 1 as far as ho could recollect tho only direct com munications he had with Parnoll during tho whole of that period were first re garding Parnells release from Eil malnharn the information of what had occurred hav ing been promptly conveyed to Glad stone and and commu nication referring to tho Nationalist councils in JOHN Parnell recited various acts of Chamberlain which ho claimed supported his The chairman interrupted Parnell with the ruling that his time for personal explanar tions in reply to Chamberlain had been ex Chamberlain said he wished to say that he did not intend to imply that tho subject of national councils was the only matter dis cussed between himself and but he had always informed his colleagues of what had passed between himself and He appealed to Gladstone to confirm his state Gladstone said he did not question tho statement regarding tho communica tions between Chamberlain and Pnrnoll whilo the latter was hi Kilmalnham but in the present state of his recollec tions ho would require to know what particu lar communications were referred to before entering into discussion of Referring to communications w i t h Parnell in 1885 relating to local government Gladstone said his mem ory accorded with Cham ber The house divided on Reeds motion and it was defeated by a vote of 240 to Anderson moved an amendment that the charges be defined in tho schedule of tbo Matthews opposed tho motion and it was re to Morley proposed to mod ify tho clause referring to tho allegations to such of them as the commission may think It to inquire Matthews Interposed au objection and an excited debate Harcourt charged the government with hav ing refused to accept the amendment be cause Attorney General Webster had told them that the commission must inquire into anything The Times wished to have investi ho wanted to allow Tho Times to throw dirt without re solicitor general of indignantly denied Harcourts whereupon tho latter offered withdraw his statement If Smith would deny that in framing tbo bill ho had not con sulted of The Smith jumped to his feet and excitedly denied there was any truth in Harcourts Insinuation of tho governments oollu slou with The He was iimixod that em any gentleman In the bouse should make tha ho never saw the we to understand In plain terms that Smith had no communication with Walter upon tho subject of tho stated distinctly that tho bill was settled without communication with Labouohoro said that It was admitted that Walter had visited Smith on tho morning of the day on which the latter annouucod the in not Cries of Withdraw canio from tho opposition and tho chair man said i Doag the gentleman withdraw tho Labouchero then laid ho would not dwell upon tho on he conceived that Builtli bad The debate following of very excit ing Labouulmro declared that the government had refuwd the amendment because It dared not alter the bill without thu permlwlon of Smith in dignantly denied thu Glads tone liuUtea that thu ParuelllUui wore entltlud to A right not donlud the vilest of having the charges brought against them clearly amendment wan to Boxtou olTerod au amendment to give tho namra of tho person which under a motion of oloturo by was to moved that the commit too report to Simmons moved to omit the words other persons from tho bill The amendment was to At 84T the house A STUBBORN An Irish ToimiHs Denporate Fight Agalnit it Parly of evictions from the Vandolour estates in County Clare were ro Thomas one of the tenants living at made n desperate fight In defense of his which created great his wife and adult succeeded with tho aid of a long polo in keeping police and bailiffs attacking their house at a sufficient distance to shower them with boiling until tho attacking party were compelled to A largo number of boats filled with people wore in the bay opposite Moyata and tho cheers pi the occupants spurred tho tenants to stouter Finally the police mado au as1 sault upon Bormingbaras house with batter ing rams and effected an A des perate fight ensued but Bormiughain was overpowered and taken out severelj Ho and throe others wore ar Other evictions took but they were Priests Names Scut to tho names of five priests who have been prominent as advo cates of resistance to the evictors on tho Vandolour have boeii forwarded by the clerical authorities to tho also a report vrith regard to Father ol who oil July openly and before other priests and a magistrate informed of the that only the solvent tenants would be allowed to join the plan of campaign on the Vandeleur Han Justice Day Declined 1 is a rumor that Justice Day has declined the placo offered him on the Parnoll FOREIGN Tim Kulser In It is stated that Emperor William intended to remain here three but hastened his departure be cause of the violence of antiGorman editor ials published in two of the Conservative pa Tho king bos expressed his regrets at tho groans which were freely mingled with tho cheers of the populace on tho occasion of the emperors f The Massowah full text of Premier Crlspis dispatches concerning tho Mossowah disputes has been Tho dispatches assort that the deliberate and habitual un friendliness of Franco toward Italy is due to national A circular note on tho matter Is now being prepared by tho French minister ot foreign The Emperor Home William and Count Herbert Bismarck arrived at Freid richsruhe at Prince Bismarck awaited their arrival at his Crowds of people cheered the emperor aud sang Watch on the Rhine and the Prussian national Watching Stanleys Schweinforth says that Stanley may have reached tho southern portion of the vast illdefined region known as whence there are two avail able routes to He thinks Stanley is safe if ho is well supplied with ammuni Tho Czars Farewell to czar has given a farewell audience to who has just resigned the American mission to A WOMAN SLAYER Fremont Kinmoim llnngod by a Blob at Pawnee the young man who deliberately stabbed Miss Bertha Schulte at Pawnee City a fow days ago because she bad refused his pro posal of was taken from tho au thorities at Pawnee City at 3 oclock in the morning find lynched by a Emmons was socrind cook at tho Kxcbange and Miss Schultz a laundress at tho same Emmons mot her in a neighboring yard and stabbed killing her Ho was immediately There was intense excitement and fears of lynching The officers accordingly took him to the penitentiary at He was returned to Pawnee City to bo given a pre liminary He waived and was Enmions protended to know nothing of the Ho no doubt determined to feign A Tennessee mob of fifty armed men visited tho jail at Smith late at and tiking Hundley from the hanged him to a Tho sheriff refused to surrender Hund and about thirty shots woro exchanged between the officers and tbo Hundley killed Deputy Sheriff Warman last Septem ber while trying to rescue a prisoner from tho Locomotive ISoller boiler of a locomotive on tho Philadelphia Read ing railroad attached to the Chestnut Hill accommodation exploded shortly after U oclock at ulght at tho Ninth aud Colum bia Avenue killing tho engineer and fireman aud Injuring five Tho killed are Andrew aged SO aud Peter aged Injured Charles James Goorgo Van and Thomas Ryan was terribly burnod about the and and his in juries aro Ho was removed to tho The other four passengers are less nerioiuly Injured aud wore able toga to tholr Attempted Suicide of u Cooper attempted to commit suicide by drtv dig n chisel into hla but the Instru ment was turned from iw course by a Ho then out bin throat from ear to ear with a but did not attver tho jiigulai Ho then oommomxxl hacking away at blihead with a Fully fifty icalp wounds were Inflicted beforo a neighbor rushed in and disarmed Cooper u still but Is not oxpouted to Ho In poawr of tho Methodist cburqh at but resides Ho In ovor UO of and wns undoubtedly Inuttiiu at the time oi hU attempt at A Suit NKW senior member of tbo Block brokerage firm of Broozo him begun suit In the promo court ugftlwt William Vamlerbllt or alleged breach of contracthi a certain nugotlution In Lake Bhpre Damage j THE COLD WATER STATE CONVENTION OF CONNECT COT Michigan Dry Peoplo Bold Their First Cnittpalfru Unity of tlio Soiuon at Qrand Stato Convention of West Vir ginia California llopnb Political Tho state Prohibition convention was called to order in Unity hall at 10 by of New chairman of the state central and was opened with Scripture reading and prayer by of The attendance was of was chosen temporary and on taking the chair made a short and an nounced tho various While the committees were at work Chairman Knowlton spoke at making stir ring The committee on permanent organization reported of for and a list of vice presidents and The report was In taking the chair Northrup spoke at some length dwelling upon tho rapid growth of the Prohibition He convinced that tho prohibitory amendment in Rhodo bland would uevor bo It is no use to attempt a of this kind through either of tho old The Pro hlbltiou party has now taken its position on solid ground and will make no Northrup was heartily Chairman of the state then addressed the convention on Junior alluding to its success in the New Britain high A short address woa made by John of A recitation was then delivered by Miss Carrie Halt Smith spoke on the tent work in Hartford The Lee and of New spoke the latter being espo daily eloquent and receiving hearty applause At a recess was taken until 8 The platform declares for prohibition of the manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors as a beverage by statutory and constitutional enforced by the Prohibition party for a tariff so adjusted as to bo for the best interests of all for civil service re form for unlformjdivorce laws for the Aus tralian ballot for settlement of labor troubles by arbitration for a revision of tho pension laws in justice to the and appeals to all voters to unite with the MICHIGAN Tho First Campaign Rally of the Season Held at Grand GRAND RAPIDS 3 first campaign rally of the season was held here by the They held a county convention with a large nomi nated a full county and provided for a 850 fund with which to hold tent meetings in the rural At after a parade by tho Young Mens Prohibition uniformed and nearly 100 candidate tor Albert chairman of the central and Crazier made speeches and were followed by Sam who in an address paid his respects to both old parties and especially to the who he declared while for years whis pering hopes to temperance combined with liquor men for He said the Prohibitionist was the only party that had an issue and urged his audience to stand to gether and down the old The ball was crowded with people and applause was Prohibitionists are enthusi astic and are thoroughly organizing through out and Young Mong Prohibition Repre sentatives from seven of the thirteen gressional districts in this state met here to complete the organization of the Young Mens Prohibition the preliminary organization having boon effected at tho meeting of the national convention and a number of subordinate leagues having already been Permanent organiza tion was effected by the election of the fol lowing offlcers Danville Frleqds wood Indianapolis state An organization for each congressional district was also San Frunolaoo SAN 2 Republican state convention nominated the following named persons for congress First Judge Do Ha of Humboldt Second John of Amador Sixth William For pres idential John Swift and Barnes First Cow thers Second Hohell Third Miseuor Fourth Samuel Shortrldge Fifth George Knight Sixth Humored Resignation of There is a ru mor that John commissioner of bos sent in his to take effect at and that of Terro now first will bo his Black is said to intend taking chiuge of tho big business Interests of his of Mlnnuiotu Oongromlonal Judge Moo Donald was renominated by acclamation for congress by the Democrats of tho Third dis Judge Wilson was unanimously ronomlnated for congress by tho Democrats of the First Minnesota dis Joraoyn laical Option Luw court of rors and appeals has sustained tho high li cense local option law passed by tho legisla ture last It is a Republican measure and tho oourt is Tho decision overrides Governor Green1 veto and ox Governor Abbott8 arguments and is a great aurprlso to tlio liquor Woit Virginia Tho Prohi bition state convention Thomoi of for The platform arraigned tho two old parties and takes strong ground In favor of the adoption of theProhibition amendment at the coining Named for Ouvurugr of Tho stab Republican oonvoutiou at Ooulu nominated Hblpinan of Peuinoola by accla mation for Crunhud to Death by Iron WlJlImn tho mi thi Chlougo UM LJght and Coko oooipanyi was Instantly killed about 11 oclock In tho Stray waa guperlntaudlng the hoUUng of largo Iron beams at the company tho iiaohlnery gave way and tie wot to Ho MM 00 yearn old and bad boon with toe company tbtrtjr THE DAY IN A Number of Hills by tho Capital City WASHINGTON re ported to the from the committee on foreign a resolution authorizing the president to take such steps as mlghl seem necessary to obtain redress for tho Von ezuela Steam Transportation ol New from the Venezuelan government for the seizures of vessels during Plumb from the committee on ag tho bill to create an executive de partment of agriculture recently recommit The senator stated that it was hi the same condition as when reported and gave notice that be would in the near future ask the senate to take it up and consider Bills wore passed as follows hill to authorize tho Winoua Southwestern Rail road company to build a bridge across tho Mississippi river at house bill to protect purchases of land lying in the vicinity of heretofore with drawn by the government as lying within the limits of certain railroad grants house bill for a public building at appropriating house bill to authorize the Kentucky Rock Gas company to lay con duit pipes across tho Ohio and Salt rivers senate bill appropriating for a pub lie building at house bill for the erection of an appraisers warehouse in the city of New York house bill to pro vide for the disposal of the Fort Wallacn military reservation in Kansas senate bill appropriating for a monumental column to commemorate the battle of Prince After routine business the house wont into committee of tho whole on senate amend ments to the army appropriation bill McKlnlcy on tho Senate WASHINGTON of says that ho would not be surprised ifenough Democratic represen tatives would be found willing to vote for the senate tariff secure its It would only have required seven more votes from the Randall Democrats to have de feated the Mills and he would not bo surprised if a dozen of them would vote for the senate He did not think such ac tion would relieve the campaign of the tariff as the Democrats would bo bound to defend the original Mills McKiuley thought the senate would commence debating its bUl about the middle of August and that final action would be taken by that body about Dont Think It Will lo WASHINGTON dont said representative that the next house will be I think Ohio will have six Democrats hi tho next just as in this Tho Democrats may lose Foransaud Campbells but they may also regain the districts form erly represented by Hurd and Public Debt WASHINGTON is esti mated at the treasury department that there has been a decrease of in the pub lic during tho month of Over If was paid out during that month for Colored Editors In flfty colored editors aro participating hi tho na tional colored journalistic convention which opened in the Spruce Street Baptist William of is tho presiding and the address of welcome was delivered by George ed itor of The Tho convention will oc two and a number of sub jects relating to the conduct and manage ment of colored publications are on the pro gramme for DUgnsted Italians Sull for 800 disgusted at not bolus able to obtain em sailed for home on the steamer Alesla of the Fabre On tho same ves by order of Collector wore Coruorso and Carminl two desperate Italian who arrived here on tho Fabre line steamer about two months The men wore until the vessel guarded by custom house Horribly linrned with 18 years and another girl wore playing with at BOJ Milwaukee They had tho inflammable liquid in and were handling it carelessly wheniu some way it became in her threw the burning liquid over her clothing and was horribly burned before the flames were Tho DobTiill Car Mint Njsw board of alder men has passed an ordinance prohibit ing the TwentyThird Street Surface Rail road company from operating any cars upon Miy portion of its route without a conductor as well as a and making any viola tion of the ordinance a misdemeanor punish able by a of Utiatb of Prominent Har 0110 of the most prominent and highly esteomeil citizens of died at his home in this aged The deceased was a law partner of the late Joseph Holt and was also famous UH the executor of tho great Henry who was bis life long and Intimate To lirldgc tho NBW World says the Louis Kansas City Rail road company will build a low bridge across the Mississippi river at twenty miles north of Tho building of this bridge will enable all roads to enter Louis proper without using tho Luult Cm ill mil Citfulng On Tuesday Cunllual Gibbons will leave for a trip to tho The and indeed the objoot of this visit In to attend tho celebration of thu goUtta jubllso of tho Kiillior of Notru Uumu univers at South on but thu cardinal will aUo utop at other Sown Dmidm from KANHAH Seven deaths havo occurred hi this city hi tho last twentyfour hours as a riwult of oxcosalvo Tbo high est temperitturu rucordad by a standard thgruiumcter has boon while tho slgual bcrvlco located on top of tho post him fallen several dugroui bulavr this llguiu Ho Ought To llu The celebrated utajllon Hell lloy was uuld at auction to of Suu for ThU U tho highest price ever paid at an Promliiuiit Hullwwy Director NBW a prominent the Ham ilton Uiiylon aud othur largo rail road tiled lu this AFQTEHOME 11 l Can now be purchased on the best street in Alton very the party owning bought another It is the Lot 2 in finest condition good cellar under whole plenty of magnificent good young Will be sold on good X Over 40 other desirable residences on our besides good building All questions or correspondence pertaining to real estate cheerfully whether you buy or DORSEY Real Estate Belle near 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