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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 DAILY TELEGRAI »H.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING,  TMI HAW I  The president  Hostile Retaliation Against Eng. land Favored.  CONTROL OF THE ZAMBESI RIVER  Britain la .trier and Sh* “'■M ta Remrt It—A ""M •* the Burial at Sr the Mal vail,,nlal*  Os turd I'm-  •MT We have had manufactured for our Hpedal Trade (by one of the lea ling Paper Mille in the East) a complete Line of the LATEST and BEI IT HTY LES.  PAPE RTI ES.  (HGT PAPER.)  •Mr Theee Matchless Goods are now under way, and will reach u« in about IO dayn.  •af*VVe have cut deen Into the price* of our prurient itock, and offer you same at  TOUR OWN PRICE.  The Ever I POPULAR HJO  Sheet Music,  (GUAM. J. DEGENHART, Sole Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  I EKV PIXY AKICANGKD r<» BEQIRI! ET AXD f Jilt Tilt. DUK 111®    “  ESS Of THE  PIANO ANO ORGAN.  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Catalogue Fit KE on Applies Hon, or Malled FISKE to auy Addrest!.  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  T hi d and Piisa st.  Ie Flul Great  N»-« in* IMn  ■bmvlmkb Gen. Booth’, Wife —Death aff » CaUbratad feeeor—-Foreign Notes.  Ort. Ik-Tbe greatest ascite  moat prevails throughout Portugal over the news from tbs Zambesi, which, if confirmed, will show that England is de-U rmiued lo enforce the provisions of tbs Anglo Portuguese convention without waiting for tbeapproval of Portugal England baa for a long time aspired to the control of the Zatnbe I river, aud the free navigation of that Important stream was Lm     C,IIU     ®    in    the    convention  Lisbon.     io mucb  opposition In  Forcibly Metered th* River.  J?, h     "? th tb « •“imatum,  wjich wassont by ^ Halteha rf|  the English seem to have now forcibly entered  rt h/l ’  tlu ‘ r#b J r  ‘«'»oHng Portugal’s right to approve or di-approve the com- I pict, and virtually oomin ttiug an act of w»r. The feeling of the Portuguese y  lt  strongly lo favor of hoatile retaliation against Great Britain, aud the jKKdnlieta are doing ail they can to st I mu-late the popular excitement to fremy and revolution. Heveral Bpauish men-of war and an Imilan naval division are at Lla-Imiq watching the course of events.  Lad of tbs ('risk The I J-Gin correspondent of The Times •ays •driers from kioiumldque reprint that a British force of HK ha-, penetrated Ma nice, and that two guutMau* have entered the Zs rn I assi river. lo consequence of the receipt of this news the ministers no longer hesitate to support Senor .sous., who, on Saturday nigh!, visited the king. Intending to decline th* t»«k of creating a new cabinet ends the crisis The press attacks lund with greater Vtolace than evei  Us Hays HI. Tr I* a,ooo mn** Was a Vary Pleasant (Ina.  I "'AMI I SOTO JI City. Oct. Id.-Tbs president returned to Washington at 8:45 o'clock Tuesdey morning. His private car, tha Haelemara, was a part of th* fast  express of the Pennsylvania railroad The president was accompanied on hie return by Secretary Tracy, Marshal Handel!. Tri vats Svcrvi ary Halford, Mr. Tibbetr the stenographer of the executive man Sion; Mr Biabo)*, of the Chesapeake and Ohio rail. a I ani Mr. B ii the corns ap Odem or the Uu'ted Pr-s*. Th* pre*!-demist puny Dirt*fasted on the Haste men- just aa (be l a a was teev.ug Haiti more Tuesday morning. Th# president remarked at breakfast that it bed been Fry peasant trip." He has erne through the ordeal of constant speaking, dining s d hand shaking and through the S OHU miles of railroad travel In excellent physical ooudit ion Tha president was met at lh# station by Mr. Pruden, the executive Wart, and Capt Dinsmoea, tha chief u-her of Hie Whit# House Two ferriages were In waiting and th* president, with K cratary Halford, was driven direct to Die executive mansion.  Ph ladelphia Wife-Beater  Fatally Stabbed.  A PcACE-MAKER ALSO BADLY CUT.  The  ii  This  Eng-  Wlll visit th# Hatlleflriaa.  Wash (MOTON Cirl, Obi. lh- The count of Peris, who returned to Washington Monday night from hie southern trip, left the city early Tuesday rooming for a I visit to the battlefields of western Mary.  Im'iLi* 1 # 1 .  ,U j  i> ® n “*rl v auia. Tbs count aud bls frieuda were accompanied by a  n urn la* r of distinguished veteran officers  of tha war. Among them were: Gena  Nlocum, Howard, Sickles, Newton. Hares Hinter Acid, Doubleday, Wright, I’teasan-Dm and Gregg. They will visit Harper’s Ferry, Bolivar helghta, the Bhcmloah valley, Auiietitin battlefield, Fen Ma*  JLT*!."  lh *J ,n  *    retreat    and  (»«*tty•burg. From (j«t(y»l)iirg t»«« iron murks of Interior Pennsylvania will be (••apteral, aud aa the count baa displayed • grtuit deair* ii» unci (bf    ltiuutor  of ids time the |u*riy will visit Alison at Menlo park at his Invitation  Wlfs af Gas.  To Relieve a Cough, get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecinc You Need, at  MARSH S DRUG STORR  tha  FRANK BUDDE.  RETAIL DEALER IN  Wines and Eiiquors.  AUENT FOR  ANHI :UB K H’H I *O r I "T LM) BKE I i.  Clootie dell vc rod to any part of the city free of charge. Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth ate., (Raible'a old stand.) Alton, 111.  Choifl Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Fall Styles.  Iratest Novelties in  SCARFS, TIES, WOOL and DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR aud HAltt.  (SONE TO HER REWARD.  Hartal at Losdsii ut tha  Kiwi k.  Iajndok, Oct. I V-The burial of Mn*. Ihioth. wife of Gan. Barth, of the Salvation army, presented a remarkable some.  I »»• interment teok place at Abuey Park cemetery. which was Oiled with nu Im manse swu-mbluge, though the admission was by ticket only. Tha procession from Olympia to th# cometary was fully two miles long, and, passing through the prominent thoroughfares from Black-friar s bridge, along the Thames embank menl. mansion house, Bishop’s Gate street ami Shoreditch, attracted an enormous concourse of spectators A dense fog prevailed and lent appropriate gloom to the seen*.  (arris* tbs American Flag.  i    ”**•'*• Hon Army soldiers appeared  lo full uniform, hat, la accordance with Gen. Booth'* request, were no other Alton, lilt ®'* ,rnl, 'K ‘ban a whit# (.and around their right arms. Traffic was entirely tuber ruptrd during tbs passing of tbs I be American flag was carriad aensplou ou«ly lu the procession aa a symbol friends sod relative* ta America who were unable to be present. Th# rn re mo ifte* at the grave Included Salvation Army songs, prayers and the rsadlug of Scriptures. Gen Booth made the address and himself dismissed th* throng with benediction.  I hr Vuctfllflt CoifUNW,  II am. k. Oct. Ik—In th* doc tai Isl con great I uceday an Melting discnmlon took place between the liberals sod extremist*, in which tbs former proved la th* ma kirlty Herr Hinger advocated agitation if parliamentary ms I hods and denounced those who wert opposed lo achieving the a rue u# Hoc UG is rn with tbs weapons fur ulebad by law and const it u (Iou The oon I trots Anally voted a resolution la favor of  (err Mog.rs's views, much to the disappointment of the more violent clement of the party. I he feeling against Herr Warner, who ta accused of iuslucerity, sad of being • ^Socialist tm revenue ouijr t  tagrow-tug, aud It appears certain that he will not ha permitted to remain In the con greta    _  Mon ii went ta a Phi I asop ber.  Hinny Ort. I A—A monument was unveiled Tuesday to Ooithoid Ephraim Leasing, the noted philosopher and antagonist of Christianity.    IT.nee Fred  •rick Iwopotd unveiled the monument amid a vast concourse of people, foclnd-iag dossier, minister of agriculture, Ik Nan Briar, minister of state. Ie charge of the I rn penal bank, and other notables and leading men In adrue* and literature from varlnua parts of Europe. The ceremony took place at th# Thlergarten l h* clergy of all denominations set their fa« es against the demonstrotioa, and careful lr atwtaioed from any port In ll  Mrs. U’Caassr Is I ossea.  UiVDog, (id Ik—lira O'Connor, wife of Arthur O’Connor, ms rn lier of the house of com moat for Bast Donegal, who wa* found .Sunday unconscious, with sos of her thighs broken, aud who. it was believed. had fatten from tha platform of Ute Walw rib Street station lo th# street below, received her Injuries lo nu attempt to commit suicide Bbs ic Insane. f*be I* cow in an asylum. Hor oondiUou Is erlt -teal.  A arn «atl ot, la Ch a reb.  SfiiAt I st., N. Y., Oct. ll—A sensation was earned in Hi Joseph's Catholic thurrb at ('am ll I us Huntley when Father  W id i'll lt^ en left th* altar before the into* was Hula bed. Tbs congregation was •sal* surprised and indignant. The offense is a graal one in th*- Catholic church end Is almost wit (.out parallel except in cees of sadden Illness. Ii |« said that rather Kyati was lingered by (he sn, illness of th* cl lection whit h was taken. TT«* matter alii lie ca 11 cl Ut th- attention or tile bishop a1 onoa. Fe'her Ryan took the lilac- of a favorite priest la the perish •boul M year ago and he has not been at Oil jopular. Tn.a led to Hunday’s proceedings.  He Was IUae«| I,, m, w lf*.  NKW York. Get. IS-Mrs Benjamin Wood, w.fe of the Hon Benjamin Wood, eel tor of The New York Daily News, I  dinner .Monday event 'gat the Ftfih Avenue ho-e>, in commemoration of lier has: nod’s 7U..I birthday Nm withstand-lug h * advanced year* the veteran Journalist. Is a* ae I vs ae a man of AQ, Is iu excellent health, a hard worker, sud take* •he sam* internet In public affair, that he did fort! years ago. Among th* guests were Mr. sud Mrs Grover CkLeland  I‘led I roo* ICs pc Heave.  Hatrrux, pa., Oct 14.—Flora Malloy, x-yesr-o.d daughter of John Malloy, who ha* laten miming slue* W*due* lay leak was found in a swamp, two miles from li-re, early Monday morning, she was s ok si tn «st out of sight In the bog aud I a was about gone. Ahs was taken to the nearest bouw and restoratives administered. but the child died Monday bight It 1- (esred that the strain oo the mother will prove loo much sod that she WU! lea* her reason.  A t tempt st a It ii •band to Injure His Wit* Recall* la a Deadly Freese— A ( alif.,rat. Otego Held | p  hy  .  H „ r  „ f   IN. Wk* Is Afterward Arrested—Had "Mar* land Hoys fader Arrest—Attern it led Harder.  PniLAimtFRIA, Ort Ik-During a fracas at I o'clock Tuesday morning at the residence of Timothy Mahoney, .1 4-"8 North Broad street, what rn 7 pro** doable tragedy was enacted. At the hour named Mahouey returned to bis home in an apparently intoxicated condition was awaiting his return, and he bi onee en in mensed to abuse her. Hot •ter Is had been exchanged. Mahoney phkedupa pdc ter and made a savage blow at bis wife’* head. She dodged sud called for her brother, Michael MclAogb-Un. to protect her.    McLaughlin  r°. d  ,? r “ PpM wlth  ll‘‘honey,  tex 1 'oui Ss? -     ‘ friun,f    ih °  1 t Mclgtugblln. when the latter •cited a bwab knife iron. the table aud mad* a vicious luugs at his antagonist.  Bloody Wark with the Kulm.  At thk Juncture James McCann, sn In msU of tim holism stepped I*tween tim two men and the thrust that was Intmd-r,7    received    by him The  knife entered his back aud Inflicted a dan geroua cut. McJ^ughlin followed up his with the kti 1 fa, aud Mahoney rw-    i stab in the left breast directly  cr the boart The wounded men were removed to the ho*pl*al w here the physl-claiis report Maims*)*, wound dangrrou* sod Uke.y to result lr ally. MeUnghlln fled and baa not yet Is so captured.  A STAGE ROBBER^  COAL  •MMU It eel red   CAPTURED.  He rr«,H To Ho a Hwy of  Ab ,,.l IS Years af Age.  I kl a ii, Cal., Oct. Ik—The overland "tag* was rob I od Hun ley night eighteen miles north of this place. Wells, Fargo A Co.’* treasure tai and tbs Coiled status mail were take... While th* brr was cutting lh* mall Driver McDan.rU snipped him, but It would not go off. The robber  ?r\T,     flr " 1     ^    *<*'    “ the  driver, neither of which took effect The  robber wa* caught at Cloverdale In the •Bemoon He proved to ho a b.y about I*’™ ®* d ' ••'r sager in this common-HJL He traveled nome sixty mite* afo.i before he was rapt u rad He nu cee al in gelling about flto from the .tage Ii* has admitted thai he cr! ma.  The Fttmoun Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at live minutes notice in any of the city. Burns 10 a Clear Gray AhIi, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West.  HARD COAL  Iii all sizes. Delivered at Lowest Market Brices. Quality Unsurpassed.  BUY NOW, BEFORE ThE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TKI^EPHONE H4 AND ai.  THE OMAHA  for BIRNINO COAL. COCK OR WOOD.  role socks open a pistol ai  committed ti**  ( urioii. "CaaaUiaa" Pol I tic*.  M< .MiG. a I, Oct. lh.—A marting of Krsitch chitons wa held In tha mayor’s office Monday for th* purpose of arranging a reception aud bauqurt to toe < mate de Faria on his arrival The “L*-gt: lulls »' w*.-e there la for os, hit the Rsi.u* Ik*.***" protected against the city toking auy Olde.*! notice of th* vied of th* cmint. aud threatened to get up * counter Iteput lh an demonstration and banquet if It did. Th* ”Legitimists" flnaliy won.  ► »ve«l lite Wife from Hwietdsk.  Nm I >>uk. Oct. Ik -Quit* a aeosaiion was eau-ad ber* Monday In the vicinity of the uptown precincts of Third avenue, by laabeb Bergen, SO years of age, who MMianiy bets ms insane and triwl to 00m in I: suicide by jumping from the win l..w of ber resident**. Her husband bap p. n rd Ut tm at home at the time. Catching bold fit his wife, he beld bar suspended lu th* air uml s t* was rescued by an officer by means of a ladder.  Trjrlwg Ie Avert a Hanging  Nl'KIWUFlXLU, Ilia. Ort. U.-C F, Mans fleld, an attorney from Flatt county, was before th* governor Monday for (he pur poto of securing a pardon for Calvin Holden and Alvin Dunbar,,, who are sr,, teared to b* hanged  on  Kr.day n,xt for  n m®     1, * r¥ ‘l r  Hiitewll. Mrs  Holden, the mother of ( alvia, who, with another son, was convicted of 00m pi ic!lr in th* murder and sentenced to the pent teotisry, suiieeqneatly mad* a coates*,on. daeisrmg that C*ie| D  Hold*,, and Dun ham had aocoanertioa with or know Id of th* murder sud that sh* aud th* sou who is now lo th* pvnitentiary with ber ar* the only guilty [mi .ton  Five Bed Boys Arrested.  ll ALTI m< dig, Od. 1& — Five youths were Monday arrested at Ellicott City and brought to th!* city. They ate charged with numerous assaut to and thefia, which  have recently U*o commuted, fearer I, a night has1 passed bot a gang ic which tbs arrested parties are bslieved to belong have com nu (ted soma desperate act on freight (rains on the J is I ti more and Ohio railroad near Ellicott Cliv. On* man Is now in a dangerous condition os a result  wl ‘ b     *o«i-tbs. Another was  B»ht»d and thrown from a train last Fri-day. Th# railruad propie will pniaacute tho prisoners.  Mad* Things Ll val* far Awhile  NAoaviLUk leon., Oct. Ik —A pitched haiti# is reported from Rmithvllls (De-kslb <»unt>). At Mia* L ck, mar Bmtih-ydle, loin Uauou had bal sev«ral per •nos arrested for firing bls barn They wert acquitted, hat words ensued he tween th* two fact tons which Kaw, grew into war. Both st dee had plenty of fol •antnri About Ihirvy men and women engaged in the fight It is sd ! thmi four teen were rounded, IWO at whom dis The Mm* I Ark crowd got of th* battle.  -TMK ONLY PERFECT—  and Wood CookiDg Stove  of Castine fssbisinn^ V' J'** ** ' * MKNT. And fie n-'uutyof finish Nib<m>ui ■ or, astmg, r;rf,« lion of (,|.er«tf«.n. implicit) and Durabtitiy. ttf,s L - ’ »®#©lba  Combined Coal  IT HAN F.VICHY  Pro eminent  Made.  Bflsootbac**  Klagaot Hove tuooda  Hole Agents*.  may tho worst  ' HUITH Made and HatUfaction  Cg Order at It fitnonatile Priced. Uuarranteed, at  Perfect PH  BRUEGGEMAN BRO s.  ArtlHtlc Tailors and FurniHbpim  DR. GROS VEN ORS  ■ nm  PLASTERS.  TMI BfftT POROUS PLASTERS IM TMI WORLD.  •JBSSSS" RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK, &e.  96 ceste ~    “  4* Mony KXI*K dr KlCMAKIlN, Bernes, Mom.  Death of aa Os to rd Prsfsewr.  I a, it Dog, Ort 14— Professor Thoro Id Rogers died Monday at Oxford He hod been for many years ob* of tha beal  known Ag urea ie the University iff ()*. ford, •hi re be wa* professor <4 political economy from ltfci to HS He was an unsucci asfu, eaudidste for Scarborough in I8T4 aud was rrturood for South wark i In I Mu.    _  The A rot. titan* are deleing tnt a.  Co NXT a KT I nor LI, Ort lk-Th* Aramina* and Dr note hogs blown op a [a., Hon of the I*«rracks al Bileasin, Syria, sdliiig forty Turkish sold lr re. The Ar iiieulniM tb*u luvadad Im  v  .vernmsut bu l ling ted kiii -d the g iv r kjt. They •unbod tbs lr tonry sad ri le .*cd ail th* prisoner*.  Bind ut Bls I nj ut in*.  La>XL*)*, Od. I! — Another victim of th* fire la the Rowley A Brock hat govern-mant supplies factory Monday, died Turn day. This makes a total of right persona whose death resulted from the conflagration.  Hup** Dashed ta Barth.  Nbw Yghk, Iki ik—A spacial to Tha Herald from Port Townsend. Wash., says Alaska ta not l.keiy to have a reprsoenta-tivs in the next congress. Governor Knapp d**ht-d tam boprs of tho Alaskans Ut (br ground by refuting to coll a eon-ventten. saying he hmt no authority to do so. The organic act of IWB does not provide for a leg mat urn, a reprewmtetiv* or delegate In oougre*'.  Dtou't Try to lame tbn Sbiaa.  FOHT To WM, xm,, Wash., Ort. 14-Th# reveuue cutter Corwin arrived hare Monday Kb* report* the. during the three mouth* irusss af th* revenue cutter Hush la Inuring sr* she saw only fir* Britisli seaiers aud threw of th*,*  Wrrt  ordered iwyood th.* league limit. Though they had illicit skins on board no at tempt was made to • vt them.  Another Newspaper rind Dp.  Ii a utrom*. Conn.. Out. ll-The Aret newspaper a ibis section caught by tbs anti lottery law ,s Toe Hartford Eveuiug Hurt Port master Kl me/ bae ordered that the entire ma I of th* paper Im rtoppad. because I s ‘srtunlay *I, u .,q coo is 1 aed a h si' column "ai* orth* D,u-isians sui* lottery.  Will right Any Light-Weight.  NEW YOHE, (At. lk—A special aaa received here Monday from De* M .in*# ••ating that Bdl, Ha-vk os, the Itgh^ w*i„hi cha ut pi.,:, of the w • . has issued a thsili-n i* to light .tut ligitt- weight in the United none* to. ti.mh 4 side  Geevgr lls im- reft '• Health Failteg.  NxwroBr. It L, (At, ll -The health of I George Uauuio.t, las great button*’,, I* •lowly fail,1,g. The weakemag of bis pow*n ba* Im n uotiooabie for the past two ye hi, ta t now it bas become a serious n rn i.r  Military Mas Osos Ur,,ag.  N Aaa Aff, N JI., Out ik— A/th ur D. Farley, the leading photographer here and first lieutenant of Company C Hee-t»ud regiment. New Hampshire National guard, bas forged the usme of his uncle, ex-Alderman Albert Hhaddis, to |4,4U0 ic notes and his mother's dane Ut about M.OOu more. He has a,-<> taken th* com Itaay's money, abodt 819(1) and fled. Hr was left a fortune a short time ago, but •pent It OO women and gambling lie be-I on get! to one of the lead tug familia  Disappeared with the Mosey.  Hi MLiVUTov, N J.. Ort 15. —Frauk Gunman whims mot her, Mrs Carrie Vander grift, va accused uf alternpliug to take hie life bf adiuinistertag Croton oii.has my Ste Houri* dMapp-areL On i.«ursi«y Usi Mrs Vauder.rift gave bim liklO with which to pay hsrduosia a build ng and loan aaaociatioo instead of paying the dues Frank disappeared HI a on the trial of hie mother he bae bean tiring with her    _  Ae Ka*baister A -el* .,ee«l.  ckam» Rapid*. Mica,(Al lk-Matl.ew ■. Pinckney, who gev« himself up al Alton two weeks ago . rf was brought bere to answer to (1 «• charge of eml««xliog 81,100 from (he L.«ke >bure and Michigan Southern railroad tw<> years agu, while he was cashier, was sentenced lo Jucksoo penitentiary for two y ars Monday.  1dr4 lo Kill His fewsatbearL  lil’KLINOTog. S. J , Do* Ik —Charier Beuoett, while ie a Jealu is rug*, triad to kill hi* swot iuMit, L.m# ii.1,dsn. Ha would probwhty b ire st*, tv •deu ba i not a I'leu i thrift aside tbs ti rod containing the raid.re*, ana toe busiet went wide. Bennett was arreetet  PITTS & HAMILL, FALL GOODS!  AI GT lf EE LOT OF  ClOTHt, WORCESTERS (RS CASHMERES,  JI NT EID Kit Kl) IDI  KA LL WEAR  AUK) A FIES LINE Of  Cloth for Overcome  Ew    ___H'1T‘L LW,I,T “  . L. BORCKMANN.  ITS NO SECRET. "  We     MOST     «°MPLBTB nvar orought lo Alloo  0 can show you Something Now aa often aa you ret ll t»u  CARPETS!  Tapestry,    Body    BrnKHolN  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  nag or Hemp.  „ ,  II S! 1  CUR.TAJLIVS1  Dado or I lain,    Lace or Portier.  UVT RTJGtSi  lur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  ", k r ir*.^i v r. w ? 1 in  ho—  way to ase them la to whether you wiah to buy or not.  Cell frequently st our  The eeUkbUehebem,  A. J. HOWELL.  Monday Uu- Kane county, Iii., grand Jury indicted Charles and J. WiUian, Fop#, proprtet, re of g.urese works, for polsonlog fish In Fox river by refuse from their flus,ary.  FALL SUITS.  I AM NOW BEADY TO FL*B*I«H KVICHY MAN IN ALTUM WITM A •    .  StJPEBIOH SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MAUK rV'»M CLOTHS FKL!, rf KG KNPECIALLT FtMho   F  a ll wear.   CV '-' UN THE MONT UTI LUU MANN EU,   Wi tli Perfect Pit,  —«T'— AXD —0-  Figures that  At  will Please AIL  H. C. G-. Moritz,   

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