Alton Daily Telegraph, September 19, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

September 19, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON Tr i it f iji i_ JCiJLi * Iii VOLUME 30.ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER IO, 1B00. NO OO rr John Dillon and Editor O’Brien Taken into Custody. A GREAT SENSATION IN IRELAND. The Ever I POPULAR IWO Sheet Music. (CHAS. J, DKG KS HA KT, Sol* Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS CAREFULLY ARK AMG ED FU BEGUM ET AMD FOR TIIr, D*K ' *► TEA.GT ERB OF THE PIANO AND ORGAN. Chopstick Waits, by V.TITTTTTSPEuTii Fly Away Galop, by.......... .......    Wallis, Gertrude Dream Waits, by .., Beethoven Impatience (Banjo (.alop),by .Vtreabbog la tin* sunshine, by..  ......... ..    Lanr«- Jack Frost*! March, by...... ... , ..Knight Moment Musical, by. .......  Schubert. Playful Honda, by,.............. Greene. Russian (.rand March,by............Francis. Star or Affection Masurka by Hartmann allower of Rose* Galop, by.....    Atren hie** «    ♦*    •• M alts, by  .** Wreath Waits, bf ....................tiles.* Ac., Ac., AC., Ac., Ac. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenleldt. VOCAL AND IN ATRC MENTAL) We a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: lOc Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies. UataloKiic PR BK tm Application, or Mailed FRBK to any Add min. Cbas. J. Degenhart The Two Mea Charged with Conspiracy A (lins! the ti.irernment— Worreet* Ie* •sal for the Atreus of Other Irliha** —That Alleged Wavery Fraelamatlea and What Mere Vee*#* bajra of It— Other I un lgn Item* of latereet. Dc HMN, Sept. IR- A tremendous mum lion was caused In Ireland Thursday by the arrest of Wtlliaui O'Brien and Joke D I ii. It '« M idem toed that they are c larded aith (iwniplraey agal not be gov en ment ami that other arreeta of prominent Pp re-en'alives of the Irish National pany trill (oilow. Dillon and O'Brien Ii Hire lean arranging for a tour of the United State* and Canada In company w th timothy Harrington and T. P Ut ti, n d acre existing to sail for America early in October. Other Ar reel* To Ile Modo. The men acre ar reel cd Wednesday for their recent utterance* to Ireland. Dillon was taken Into rttsGdy at hie residence near Dublin end immediately escorte I to the railroad -tatIon, where he was placed on a ‘•jiecl.d train en route to Tipi*vary. He wa* at‘conipanie«l by a largo military escort. O’Br iett was taken into cu*t<»dy at Olengnrris and conveyed to Murk. War* rants of arrest for Patrick O’Brien, Commoner* Thorns* J. Condon and David Hbcehy and the Hev. David Humphreys, of Tipperary bara been tsauwl. Great r.«rtl,w*nt la Ireland. Tilt* slidden action of the government bae fallen like a bolt from a clear ake Th * Irish nationalist* had no suspicion of I e Impending blow and are at rn doss to know what it portend*. Mingled surprise a id indignation *re tho predominant feel-I In s in Ireland Dispatches from various parts of Ireland tail Irate that tit* Nation al Id* are everywhere greatly earned at ti;** arrests. The ar pee; a were so utterly unexpected (hat the surprise with which they were And beard noun. gave way to a fitting of    a*    In what the govern merit would do next. Third and Pi«sa st*. Alton. Iii Ready Mixed Paints I Oils St. -AGENTS FOH THE— Loui* Varnikh Co. Fin* VAIN! SB BE bud JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and A»he*to* lioodug. Building and Sheeting Uapcr. Force, Lift and Spraying Puropb. NfW Horn# and White Sewing Machine*; $:K) each. Agents for the Celebrated Studebaker Faun laws. —FINK LINE OF— ems. Bmps ani Sirius laps Nm lb. Bot KOA!) CART “ Wor,d ,or •l0- mum Hardware aint I nurn MsiehiiMry, re Alton, 111. V FOREIGN NOTES ANO GOSSIP Approved the (iuf.rssint1. Action M tut it RXB, Sept. IV —A deputation from a 'lumber of oonnty and municipal councils Walled upon lite minuter uf commerce and aasured him that th-y ap proved the act ion of the government In the matter of the labor a rtke*. The dele gates dei tared that there were plenty of farmer* and other* in att parte of the cit! ony who aero willing to com * to Mel bourne and atwist in placing commerce on it* normal fooling. They roo od I y denounce the course taken by th* lead re of the strike. In reply the minuter **td Ulm the government was prepared to frost rate the strikers’ efforts to <*tal4t*h rn reign of terror aud that lf POoaaaxry the colonies would cont bt rn and tab- vigorous meas ares to ascare the freedom of labor l b* minister's remark* were much applauded That Slavery Prwelawatlen. liOHMI, Sept, IR—A dispatch from Berlin to Th# Btandard says:    Herr Vim sen, for serer*' year* German coosul at Zansihar, declare* that it i« ImiHiawlbia tli.it th# O rtnan K**t*Afrlean cutup*ay Ineued the alleged slavery proclamation, because the martial law only allows the imperial commissioners to aet. In nay etmm he could uot belier* the slavery story bsonure such action as is aaerihsd to tbs company would bs utterly at variance with It* p» t od pl#*. Th# negotiation-, in regard to the African possession, of E ig-tand and Germany ar* proceeding smoothly. Germany having admitted England's claim to Wang* and JsretaL Slapped Hechelon la tb* Nae*. Hat antu, Sept. IR—la consequence or bl* refusal to accept a challenge to duel, M. Caidvet slapped M. Henri Rochefort I la tbs face Thursday at the Casino in Os feud. A sen til - eti-ued between the two « angry men,, who wen- flu*!lf serrated I by the attendants al the Casino. A moot-will now undu>ul*tarily occur Iwtween th* two men, aud if a Frenchman ever loaded for hear it Is thought M. Boche fort Barely will on this occasion and that the dual will bs fur blood. Order Met Vet Restored. l)tR*K, tie pi. I* — M. Bespin!. Nm of lbs members of th* government who were imprisoned, ha* arrived at Loc trho. His partisan, are enthusiastic ami ire deter mined to leinetate the old govern Dent. TrotuMe I* expected It is reports! 'hat a fight has occurred let wren the inrattlry and the people at Mendrt do, and that a soldier wa* killed. _ # ONLY A PARLOR MATCH, Mat It (Md tws. Deadly Wark Whea Stepped I?pea. CurvKLAXt), O, Bapt. IR—Wednesday while cleaning furniture with gaeoliae at ber daughter's reatdcnee, In Ktuaard street, Mrs. < aroHne McNattghton stepped on a match ll ignited and the gaaoltn* exploded. Mrs Maggie Edgar, a ii--rn •* tie. wa* near the fluid whoa it vtploded and her clothing took fire. BIG STRIKE IN PROSPECT. A host 40. OIH) Illinois ami ladlaaa Misers ie Gait M in k. I’lTTHBONO, Pa., Sept. IR—Patrick Va Bryde, member of the executive board of the United Mine Workers, wa* in Pittsburg Wednesday night on his way to Springfield, Ilia, where ha SRU order a strike of th* to,OOO miner* employed ta the Indiana aud Illinois field*. The striks will be for so advance In wages aud will begin Nov. I. In tbs northern district* an advance of T'( cents is aahed. In toe southern district* the advance aahed hi IO cents The strike ha* laten brewing for a long time. The Illinois and Indiana operators. it is charged, have been showing them-wlvss particularly hostile toward the met*. The demands were made last • pring. The miners then announced they w ould work throughout the summer. Plenty of Fangs cm It awd. The oper dors have steadily refused th# advance, except tao*# in th# northern db* tricta. who will concede if the southern ope i at urn will alw) make the conoH-sloa Aa the latter refuse to do so, however, a strik* i» certain. The miners have linen preparing for the strike and plenty of fuud* hare linen secured to put backbone into it The executive board of th* United Mine Worker* has sanctioned the strike and Mr. M. Bryd# goes west as IU representative. Mr. McBride said Wednesday night: “There will certainly be a strike of the Ii.diana and Illinois miners. We are well prepared for it and will ask th* Pennsylvania and Ohio operators to shut down temporarily In order that we may close every avenue of escape for the western operator*." MAN AND WIFE DEAD. Twe Death* ( .toed bf a Gaeoliae ates* ab Normal, Hts. Nokmai* Ilia., Kept. IR.—A peculiar and el .«kin« accident occurred hereabout 8 o’clock Wednesday morning, csiting the I va* of Mr. aud Mrs. James W (Is and prostrating their Infaut child. Mr. and MIU O-e lived at El Ibwo sod were each about SU j ear-* of age. They came to Normal, where Mr. Gee entered the university, sod they rented two seoond ftoor rooms at the residence of Mr. Young, north of the university grounds, proposing to keep house. Among their equipment* aa* a new gasoline stove, which caused Wednesday morning's calamity. About 8 o'clock Mrs. Young wa* attracted hy the cries of the lathy, and going up stairs found Mr. and Mrs Gas lying pro* t rat* un tbs floor of the principal living room, dead. Css** af bk* Tragedy. The eblkt was in th* adj oining room, with the estrum ii Dicot log door open, aud while considerably affected by th* ga-. wa* conachm* and wa* soon respired. From th* fumes In the room there wee t v(deuce of • >me deadly vapor from the stove, Professor Cotton was called In rom the Normal university to explain lbs phenomenon. He said that proba lily the ga-olln* hail Inn ti allowed lo burn out, ami immediately th- readier there was g»*r»eratod cart*-ti monoxide ga*, of which a single whiff would prostrate the victims The windows of Hie room were close J, and undoubtedly Mr. aud Mrs (lee beearn* unco acinus before they were aware of what was wrong. TRIED TO KILL HIS SON. *• neat leo*! Ross st a Marriage Ceremony ab Jersey City. Ntw YOUK. Sept. IR—Henry Cornell, of Jersey City attempted to kill hi* son Wednesday night whit* the latter was a Smut to bo married to Miss Mary Dsrly III KL Patrick’s Unman Catholic church iii that city. Th* bridal couple were standing I odors tbs altar aud Father Hiit-elisn was in the act of performing th* ceremony when Caere ll, who had got toto the church without being seen, jumped up in an excited maimer and, poi ti Un pistol al bi* eon, deliberately fired. hall fatted to bit the young mau and lodged in the wall. Aa Uaaseli wa* a I-out to fire a second shot Father Hiieakui sprung toward him aud managed to disarm him after a desperate struggle. Then* were a large number of persons prewitt, ami greet excitement prevailed. Til* bride fainted and wan taken in charge by friend* Cmm*1I's reason for st tem til mg to marlier his eon was that be wanted bim to marry another woman. HAV STAI DEMOCRATS They Meet at Worcester Nominate a Ticket. and RUSSELL NAMED FOR GOVERNOR. Ow* Thousand, ail Hundred and assent yr-Five Delegate* Attend tbs Convent iou, Vt kirk Is Called to Order by Faletrk boltin*—ay nopals of the Platform OIH -I.vt ll** ta rat fruts th- Kiss-(Ion In Main#—koto I eat od te Congree*. WourLsrCB Mane., Sept IR—Chairman P. A. Coli I us of the state committee csllari the Democratic at ate convention to order at ll o'clock Tnureday rn -ruin <, After the reading of the call bf the secretary, temporary organisation wa* effected by the choice of Chairm in Collin* a* president and Joalah Quincy. Jr., secretary. Committees on credential* and permanent ] organisation were appointed The report of the committee on permanent organisation reported ae president, John E. Hue •ell, of Lek liter; secretaries, Joalah Quincy, Jr., J. W. Cheeney and J. B Couch. Mr. Kosse 11 was escorted to th* platform by a committee aud woe loudly cheered. Chairman Colline said be would not say an unnecessary word. Perms-naut Chairman Run**-11, looking pale from iltoeea, then addressed the convention. The Ticket Nominated. COAL. The Famous Gillthple Soft CO ti# delivered ut Ave minute* notice hinny quint tity. Hums to a Clear Gray Aah, no Clink-em or Cludcm. Brsi Soft Coal In the Ara immensely popular heron rn th re are strictly Prat-®!***. *<»l.y warranted. lid .tm «tr •" in tit bat l« U« SWU*    ‘-I'* all ether» for yaw*. Ow IWW to me. The people are botmd tohate th. beat, and will have «tot»e but P I -toy.I Our art rot are the low** ti sui cither Urn* pa; an at - or qa*n. aa ck*-lamara prwfer.    r . CRU aud tea aa. ar t-end far Lr!a* lento aud fall informal i- a A NEW JN0U8TRY. A Scheme tm Ue# Flaa *traw VV Hick Is New TU run a Away. Kau Cia I ax, WI*., Sept. IR.—ll Is proposed by President Putnam, of th* Kau Claire Un va company, cha proprietor of oo* of th* two linen mills to th* United tit ate*, to uee the flax straw, which la thrown away yearly. He has Interested eastern capitalist* la the scheme. This will he the first establish meat to the United A.ate*. Thus tbs time may not be fur db ant when the whole proceed, from the retting of th# straw after it ta taken from the field In which It grows to th* last o|«erntton which brings out the finished fabric, may I* done here, an I grown by American farmers be handled and retted by American hands, put through Am i cm dressing machine# and I ti rued toto the mm pieta produet by American mill* lit such quantity aud quail-y aa to vs* abl bsh a magnificent luau-try, now only to ti* la fancy. On* Woman Head aud Twn I nj ared.    Driven Insane by th# Tariff Question. ■*r    un.    »i*.    » who LU down .rid Iwvk, b.r W* *•» aux lo Mr* E'gar ran Into the yard who nae driven insane bf the tariff q mw-where Mn MeXaagbton. in af* nipt tug to amlet her. was terribly burned on the Air. Buarell spoke an hour aud was frequent iy Interrupted! by applaud At th* conclusion of bl* speech com mil tee* ware appointed upon select iou of member* at large of the stat* committee upon mentation*. and upon alt candidates other than governor and lieutenant governor. The committee on credential* reported 1875 delegatee pre rut, repie eating HAS rttlea and tow tie with no c>-alerted delegation. Mr. Donovan, of Lowell, took the platform ami preeentod the name of William E Kitasell, of Cam bride, as can-lldste for governor. The nomination was seconde I and then made by acclamation For liea-tenant governor Johu t'orcoran, of Ulm too. was nominated by acclamation The committee on the balance of the to hat re p tried aa follows and the report wa* adopt: For secretary of alala Elbridge Cushman, of Lake Village:    treasurer, William D Trefoey, of Marblehead; aud Hor, Edward L* Muon, of Holyoke; attor lay general, Elisha It M lynanl, of Springfield. The Convention Adjourn*. John E Fit ag* told then took the floor In advocacy of th* following, which the state com nit tee had V *t*d to submit to th*«ouveiiiiou: "I he D 'inner*!ic a ate eeigniitha la re quested to prepare uniform rules sad r gulatlon* for tbs rn-g mix i iou of p trly co moi it lee- aud th*1 conduct of party caucuses and the same when officially promulgator! shall br binding ob party organisation throughout the state." Thotuaa Gargan followed In carne* advocacy of th* resolution, an I It wa. adopted. It wa- vote I that cen.(Ic..to* of nomination he flle«l. required by th# Ital lot act, and that the a1 ate committee ba author s I to fill say vocalic)** on the State ticket Mr. Russell wa* ca I bd for but it was stated that be was in til health, and th* couveutiou at Lift p. rn. adjourned. Tbq Flat form. , The platform reaffirm- th* demand* for state and oat tonal I -gl-iat iou ouotal lied to th# platform of last year; the demand for free raw materials, particularly wool, coal and I-on ore; for !<)'•'ar duties on the es*it ie* of life and for wider market* for American product*; an I em pus-ii-** the Importance of redproa*l trad# with Can ad* aa a means of promoting I tie com merci*! and industrial welfare of the com mon wealth; sanction* th* recent attempt of the secretary mf sta'e ta accur* the amendment of the McKinley hilt by la corporal!ug into It some provision looking toward that American policy baaed upon more int*mat*- couimernul relation* with the si in*-ii sister republic* (rf North Cee tral and •'-out h America which the Ibnu cretic puny demanded la WK Kegreta the failure of this attempt and dc no nu ce* the so-called nciyruatf am-ndmrot adopted by the senate aa a charact-rialie piece of K> public to det'sii; rep its the declaration* of last year that while con lit-nilling frau Is to elections wherever practical we are opposed to the scheme of a national election law; recall* with pride the financial polioy of the federal govern meat when toe treasury wa* uader ann trot of the I bs moor a tic party, when ouofi-deoce was felt IU tim prudence and aagae By af it* methods. Anti• Littery Men felekrat*. New Oklkaxb, BepL It).—At New Orleans, Baton Rouge aud other places salute* were fire I by the Anti-Lottery league of Louisiana to honor of the pas*agv by congress of the ani i-lottery 1411 lo con sequence of (Im attitude of th* president and congress, th* K publican ac wspa per* of the state are.wHh on* exception against th* lottery. A new anti lottery Republican newspaper, Th* It-pub!(can, has laa-n th* flax I established iu New Or Iran.. omisl Wrier** mf the Mala* Kl***taal. Ab’oiaTA, Me., Kept. IR-Official returns of th* vote for governor are a* tot Iowa: Burleigh fit,IKR; Thompson, 4\-2 IF. Clark, AMR; scat (et lag, «>. total. I a.IMA BnrUlgb's plurality, IAR** There has bren aa change to the Hat of senators aa po'dialled The next house will stand lh' K-publics na to *1 Demo etal*.    _ "I * Tlir Writ. HARD COAL Iii all    Delivered    at    Luweit    Mai    bet Prlct'H. Quatlly Unsmp;»ss< <lt GUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TELEPHONE 84 AND 21. WARM AIR FURNACES! II ARD AND HOFT COAD. I re re NSC GNI G# 4# ►CB y 9 z Iii ac _ _ * C 5 is-: 1|- -t5 lit Pm'- JIM M "si I To our friend* would say we are now proptrod lo put pair old one*. Satisfaction in ©very ca en guarmnUsad. nae©* always on hand. In fantasie and pi* Boouod hamd fhr> PITTS St HAMILL, I ais BKLLK STR KIST. STOP ! WE • IM FEES? -AT- BOBCKMiHHS. -and aaa mf- LATENT FA Ii It ILK -IN CLOTHS. WOHCESlEHS A»0 CASSIMERES, a Winch I will atake up in th.-v r> L'TffiT I «*rKJIN RTYLK* boa# tail Good Wark- men employed. I doff All sn •cid-he Onnpotltlon. se ted I y ESTEY & CAMP, 233 State Street, Chicago. MTSt- Louis I louise. GIG A ll antio* this Fspw GIB Olive St. face nod banda Mr* E (gar dial We toe* day evening, and the other two women are in a serious physical and mental condition    _    ____________ TW* Mea sad Nlavteew Mere## rremated. New York Sept. IR —A pitch kettle exploded in th* <m#story frame stable and cooper .bop si SJO Vt and MW Weal forky Aret street Conrad Ho-ba- h and Christian Tachanler who were sleeping in I bv Stahl*, were burned to -tea* h. aud Emil Got ten burg and Casper gtapf were severely burned about the bead. Nine teen hor*#* were ako hurtled to death Th* lose on the aw*bl* sad stock, owned by V. lamer, Ie estimated at GB,(KM laved MI* Utile Meter. Kau Vt, win, Bapt 1R-Agir' named V sailer hood, R year* (rf aga, reaidmg near North Point, while play tug tm the lake bank with her brother, two yaara her senior. accidentally fell late the lake ami would have been drowned had it not keen for th# heroism af ber brother, who plunged In after bar aad succeadad la maiming her from a wator? gram at th# Hah Of hie own life, Don. r rested a e asst loo on the street* ne lr Wednesday He was adjudged insane and a •-mscrvalor of kb estate appointed. lls broke away from the uffi. ars aud ran howling toward boma, hut after a desperate struggle in which he fought llheaiigi-r.be wa* captured. The evidence showed that the tariff problem db traded him. an-l lie gradually grew vt©. but and now thinks he is In communication with Jesus Curt at and that be b Christ'* supremo commander on earth. Few sd Geld es Mb Farm. Wausau. Win, Sept. IR.—Edward Fitx-patriek brought to the city a Large nugget of fib* gobi, which was found on bb farm that adjoins the Koiler goid atua Tho d••cover* caused great excitement. Fit spat rick will Blah a shaft at once, aud expects rub development* Ile Ii** bren offered a fabulous sum for bb farm by New York cap-talbts, now ic the city. Th* Kolter mine i* paaing out IMM worth of gold doily. Aa Offer Is J se k Dem?**?- NKW OVLbAsu, Hep:. IR -The Metro polltan club has ms Is aa off r of a puree ..f Gum* for all'hi tad ween Damps* v aud Fu Kl m moue I unyrrMlu.sl Nominal Ion,. CiXClNbATL Kept. IR.—The Hepuhl lean- of the First dbtriet Thursday morning uominata I Hell itnjr Htorer for eon* grrea by acclamation In the Hr cond district con vent ion John A. Caldwell was nominated without opposition. Another Ho.ion Foliar*. lh -MTOX, hr pl. IR.—Ti)* J. H. Halter Hi Ik company, Sh Bedford street, has assigned Ut A G. Manteo, of Boston, aad W W. , Cool big#, of Hale rn. The ItaMlltio* are aa-tl in a ted at from fSO.ORI to FJft.OUb. Tier trouble b dee to com pl leat Iona arising from th* Potter Lovell failure and that of Peavey, Foster A Bowman. Mr. baiter aaya: “We were perfectly sol rent aud doing a good bu*toras hot Hearty, Foster dc Bowman held FIERRO of our paper which they agreed to mkt* up at maturity and having failed could not meet their oblige Uoun.** It is said lite Heifer company’* paper cam* into the possess ton of th* Poller I ai veil company by whom it was by pothecalrd    w J. H. Balaton f nm Brunswick, KM),, antiquarian He ha* a valuable oolite • lion of oo.os ran {tog from Kl K C. to A i l> HJA ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK la tu« MOST OOM PLK TK aver Drought to Alto*. Wa eau abow you Bom- thing New aa oftou nu yow oall lo: CARPBTSi Tapolry,    Body Brussel*. Ingrain,    Art Square. Rag or Hemp. UNT CUElTAINSi Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. IN RUQrSa Fur Moquetto,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies Uke to owe tho Newest and Finest in Houua DoooraNona. TG* Ethical way to acc them M to Call frequently at our establishmaat, whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS I AM NOW KRAUT TO IT KNISH IV NKT MA* IN ALTOM WIT* A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MAUK FROM OLdrt UK tit LUOTO) D k* PKO ALLT ROK FALL WEAR. CUT I* THM MORT KT I LISH MANMKK, With Perfect Fit, AND At Figures th.it will Pluaw AU# H. O. Or. Moritz, ;

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