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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME vnBDNESDAY OCTOBER 112 We have had manufactured for our Special Trade by one of the leading Paper Mills in the EAST a complete Line of the LATEST and BEOT HOX Matchless Goods are now under and will reach us in about 10 have cut deep into the prices of our present and offer you same at TOUR OWN all our goods ape open to your and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in JPlain The Tver POPULAR Sheet Sole CHOICE SELECTIONS AKIIAMGRI FO BEGINUST AND TIIK USK OF TEACH ERS OF THE PIANO AND Chopstlck Fly Away Gortruae Dream Inipatlenco Banjo In tlip Jack Frosts Moment Playful Itusslan Grand Star of Affection Shower of Hoses Wreath 101102 Third THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10o Per 25c for 3 50c 4oT 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Thrd and Piasa Ills Hostile Retaliation Against Eng land CONTROL OF THE ZAMBESI RIVER Is What Great llrltnln After and She Seeing DelermliMMl to Befeure Kutniirltiiblo nt the HtiHiil of Wlfo by the SalvnttonliM or a Celebrated Oxford 1ro greatest excite ment prevails throughout Portugal over the news from the if will show that England is do tcrrnined to enforce the provisions of the AngloPortuguese convention without waiting for the approval of Eng land has for a long lima aspired to the control of the Zambezi and the free navigation of that Important stream was the leading clau o In the convention which has aroused so much opposition in Forcibly Koterod the In accordance with the which was sent by Lord the English seem to have now forcibly entered the thereby innorlng Portugals right to approve or disapprove the com and virtually committing an act of The feeling of the Portuguese generally is strongly In favor of hostile retaliation against Great and the socluliHts are doing all they can to stimu late the popular excitement to frenzy and Severn Spanish menofwar and an Italian naval division are at Lis bon watching the course of End of the The Lisbon correspondent of The Times says advices from Mozambique represent that a British force of 80j has penetrated to and that two gunboats hove entered the Zambesi In conse quence of the receipt of this news the ministers no longer hesitate to support on Saturday visited the intending to decline ihe task of creating a new This ends the The press attacks Eng lund with greater violence than THE PRESIDENT Ar lie HU Trip Mllet Was Very WASHINGTON pres ident returned to Washington at oclock Tuesdcjr His private the was a part of fust j express of the Pennsylvania The 1 prtHldent was accompanied on his return by Secretary Manhal Private Sucrotary the stenographer of the exocutlva iniin slon of the Chenapeaka and Ohio ralhvnl nnd the spnnilitii of UKUnited The pnul dentml party UioiiK fasted on the JliiMo mere Juntas bo xvua leaving Haiti more Tuesday The president remarked at breakfast that it had been a very peasant He has come through the ordeal of constant dining hand shaking nnd through the miles of railroad travel In excellent physl ciil The president was mot at the station by tho executive and tho chief of the White Two carriages were In waiting and the with Secretary s was drrven direct to tlie executive WJ11 Visit the WASHINGTON count of who returned to Washington Monday night from bis southern left the city early Tuesday morning for a visit to the battlefields 6f western Mary land and in The count and his friends were accompanied by a number of distinguished veteran officers of the Among them were Pleasan tou ami They will visit Harpers lUlvar the Shemloih Am I e turn Pen Mnr to review the lino of Leus retreat and From Gottynbnrg tiie Iron works of interior Pennsylvania will be as the count has displayed a greut desire to see the greatest inventor of ills the party will visit Edison at MinJo piirk at his To Relieve a Cough get Throat or Syrup Tar and or White Pine or Any Medecine You at XSHS DRUG STORE FRANK RETAIL DEALER IN AGENT AJSTHBUSERS BOTTLED Goods delivered to any part of the city free of Southeast cor ner of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Fall Latest ISToveltios in and DRESS BLACK UNDER WEAR aud SUITS Made to Order nt Uoaaoimblo Perfect Fit nnd SutLsfuctlon ut BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors and Furnishors GONE TO HER Barlal at London of tho Wlfo of barial of wife of of the Salva tion presented remarkable The interment took place at Auuey Park which was filled with an im mense though the admission was by ticket The procession from Olympla to the cemetery was fully two miles passing through the prominent thoroughfares from Black friars along ihe Tbumes embank mansion Bishops Gate street and attracted an enor mous concourse ot A dense fog prevailed and lent appropriate gloom to the scona Carried the American The Salvation Army soldiers appeared in full In accordance with Booths wore no other mourning than a white band around their right Traffic was entirely Inter rupted during the passing of the The American flay was carried conspicu ously lu the procewsion as 0 symbol of friends and relatives la who were uuuble to be The coremo iflos at the grave included Salvation Army prayers and the reading of 8ript urea Booth mode address and himself dismissed the throng with the The Soolallut In the Socialist con gress Tuesday an exciting discussion took place between the liberals and in which the former proved in the ma Herr Singer advocated agitation by parliamentary methods and denounced tboie who were opposed to the alms of Socialism with the weapons fur Dished by law and The con gress finally voted a rasolulion in favor of Herr much to the disap pointment of the more violent element of the The feeling against Hurr Wer who Is accused of and of being a for revenue Is grow and it appears certain that he will not be permitted to remain In the con Monument to a monument wsj un veiled Tuesday to Gotthold Kphralm the noted philosopher and an of rtlnce Fred erick Ivuopold unveiled tha monument amid a concourse of Includ ing minister of De minister of In charge of the Imperial and other notables and loading men in science and literature from various purls ot The cere rnouy took pluce at the The clergy of all denominations set their faces agnlnst tho and carefully alwtalued from any part in it A Sensmlon in sensation tvns cHiihed In Josephs Crtthollo thiirvh lit OumllhiH Sunday when Father Wiiliiim Kyiin left lie altar before the was The congregation was hoih surprised and The of funse is a great one in the Catholic church nud is almost without parallel except in of Nudilen It Is said that Father Kyan was angered by the smill nexs of the collection which WHS Tlio mnttur will be called to thu intention of tho hinhop ut Father Kyan took tinplucf of n favorite priowt In the parish aliout H year and lie 1ms not been at all Ttiis led to Sundays pro A Ph ladelphla WifeBeater Fatally A PEACEMAKER ALSO BADLY The Attempt of a Himbam to Injure Ills Wile In Deadly A California 8UKo Hntd Up by n llor of Who Is AllcruHid Under During n fracas at 1 oclock Tuesday morning at the residence of Timothy North Broad what m prove a double tragedy was At tho hour named Mahoney returned to bis homo in an apparently Intoxicated HU wife was awaiting his and he ai once commencid to abuse Hot twwls had been Mahonoy picked up a and mode a savage blow at his wifes She dodged nnd called for her Michael McLaugh to protect re sponded grwppled with The Infuriated husband was getting the best of when the Tatter seized a break knife Irom the table and made a vicious lunge at his antagonist Bloody Work with the At this juncture James an Jn mate of the stopped between the two men and the thrust that was intend ed for Mahoney was received by The knife entered his back aud indicted a dan gerous Mclaughlin followed up his assault with tho and Mahoney re ceived a stab in tho left breast directly over the The wounded men were removed to the bospfnl where the physi cians report wound dangeroui and likely to result McLeughliu fled and has not yet A STAGE ROBBER The Famous Gillesple Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice in any of the Burns TO a Clear Gray no eis or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL He liy ills NKW Uenjiimln wire of the Benjamin of Tim New York 0nlly Monday at the Fifth Aveune in commemorntloii of her ing advanced yean the vetcnin jour U at us a man of U In ex cellent a hard und takes the same Interest In public alfalfa that he did forty years the guests wore nud Grovur Iliid from Flora 2ysarold daugliter of John who him since found in a two miles from Monday She was ink almost out of sight In tho hog and was nhout She was taken to the house and restoratives ad but the child died Monday It IN feared that the strain on the mother will prove too muclj and that she will lose her Curloui CunudUa meeting of French ohlswns wus held In the oQlua MomUf for tho purpose of ar ranging a rocfptlon and banquet to the Comto de Paris on his Tho Le gitimises wera there in b it the protested against the city Inking any oltlcinl noticu of the vlbltof the ami threatened to get up a counter Kipulliuan durnoustratlou nud banquet ir it TUB fluully Kuvoil fill Wife friiiu Naw a sensation WHS caused here Monday In the vicinity of the uptown precincts of Third by Inabcb 30 years of who suddenly buciinio insane and tried to com suicide by jumping from tho window of her Her hushatid happened to bo tit liocuo at thu Catohlug hold of his ha bold her suspended In the nlr uull she rescued by an officer by meium of u TMB mm LAME OConnor wife of Arthur member of the house of commons for Bast who wits found Sunday with one her thighs aud it was be hud faHen from tho platform of the Siruotstation to tha street received her Injuries In au attempt to commit She is She Is now lu an Her condition In orlt Death of no Oxford Tborold Holers died Monday at He had been for many years one of the best known figures in the University of Ox where he was professor of political economy from tu lie was an unsuccessful candidate for Scarborough In and was returned for Southward The Armenians are liaising Ar menians and blown up a portion of the barracks at killing forty TurkUh The Ar menians tliuu Invaded tin building and klllnJ thu They robbed the und all the Died of 15 victim of the Are in the Howlty Si Brook hut govern ment supply factory died Tues This makes A total tifyjht persons whose death resulted from the oouflsgrv to NKW A special to The Herald from Port says Alaska Is uot likely to have a representa tive In the next congresa Governor Knnpp diiliid tlie hopes of the Alaskans to the ground by rufuilng to call a con saying he bud no authority to do Tho organic act of 1884 does not pro vide for a a representative or delegate lu He Proves To lie u of Abnut 18 of overland stage was robbed Sunday eighteen miles north of this Fargo treasure lox nnd the United States mail were While the rob ber was cutting the mull sacks open Driver McDaniels snapped a pistol at but it would not go oft The robbor retreated and iired two shots at the neither of which took The robber was caught at Clovcrdale in the He proved to be a boy about 18years o stranger in this commun Ha traveled uomo tiixty milug before ho was Ha tmeccc ot in getting about from the He bus admitted that hu committed tho Trying to Avert M an attorney from Piatl before tho governor Mondiy for the pur pose of securing a punlon for Calvin Holden and Alvin who are sru Cenoed to be hanged on Friday naxt for the murder of Harvuy Mrs tho mother of with another was convicted of complicity in the murder and sentenced to tuu penl aubaoqiiuotly miule a declaring that Calvin Holden and Dun ham had no connection with orkuowledge of the murder and that she and the sou who is now in the penitentiary with her are the only gnllty Five Bud Boys youths were Monday arrested at Bllicott City and brought to this They are charged with numerous assaults which hove recently been dctuceh a night has passed bat a gang to which the arrested parties are believed to belong have committed some desperate act on freight trains on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad near Elllcott One man ii now in a dangerous condition as a result with meeting tbeso Another was robbed and thrown from s train last Fri The railroad people will prosecute tbo Blade Things JLIvily for pitched battle is reported from Siilthvlllo Dc kalb At Mine L near Smith Tom WuUon hud had Kevurul per sons arrested for firing his They were but words enxued be tween the two factions which soon grew Into Both sldtts hud pleniy of fol lowers thlny men and women engaged In the it U said that four teen were two of whom may The Mine hick crowd got the worst of the In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality GUY BEFORE ThE BIG Dorsey Mann 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AND THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COKE OR Preeminent PITTS ONLY Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove IT HAS KVKItY MOBKIIN And tor boauty of Unlsb PrBemlnent1 and tnlsalegant 8tovilffi5IaJ FTT Sole FALL GOODS ANOTHKK LOT OF WORCESTERS AND JUST HKCB1VKD IfOB ALSO A KIMK UNK Of Cloth for Overcoats A XI ITS NO That our STOCK s the MOST OOMPLEJTE ever Drought to Alton We can ahow you Something New as often as you call Didnt Try to Nulcu the POBT The revenue cutter Corwln arrived Mon tluu during the three months cruise of the revenue cutter Hush lu Uelinug sen she mw only fire British sealers nnd three of thane were ordered Iwynnd thu luaguu Though they had Illicit skitm on board no at tempt was inado to u zu Another Nevmunper Tied The first newspaper thin section caught by the antilottery law is Tna Hartford Evening PoHlmnsier Klnuuy has ordered that the untlre mull of the paper be becttiihu ts Saturday uiliMon contained a halfcolumn aU of tho lxu Islaua stato Will VlKht Any A special was re otilvml here Moudity from Dun Mutnus slating that Billy llaivk tho light welkin chuinploii of the hiu Issued a o 10 llyht itnv liglitweight lu the United rtuilm llvnllh H IS health of Qeorgu tuj gwut U slowly Thu wnukenlrig of his lim Juiii for the post two nu i uotv U has beuonte a seri ous imi Bflllturjr Hun Gone Arthur IX the leudlng photographer lare and first lioiitenuut ot Company Sec ond New ilatnpahlro National hiiH forged tho name of liia exAldermaa Albert to ID notes and his mothers narno to nbout He has mxo taken the com panys nboiTt and Jle was left a fortune a nliort tlmo but spent It on women and Ho be longed to one of thu leading UUnppuuruil with tho N Frank Gor whoso Carrie Vniidar wig nccuitedof altempiiugtutAkuhU llfehf adinlnUterlog urouni tuyiUi rloiidlv On IlUirnliy In at Vundurfeirlfi tavo him with wliloh lo pay lur duet In a ng auJ lonn JiiNiHud of paying tfio duet Krank Sinou the trial of his mother he has been living with Au 1 OHAND Mathew whu lilmsult up at Alton two weeks ago id wan brought here to annworto iieclniryuof from the Michlguu Southern railroau tw yeiiri while tie was WON Hetiteiicvd to Jitckson pealteutlary for two y 4rn Tried lo Kill UU while ID a jiialu tried tu kill lilu I0iie llu would pruuiibly cuudutl hu I not a trleud thriiot amdu thu uuuulaliig the uuU liu Luuljl uciu Bennett Hag or Body BrU886 IH Art Dado or Laco or Portion Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladiea like to see the Newest and Finest In House Tha Easiest way to BOO them la to Gall frequently at our A rHOWELL Monday thu gnuid jury IndlcUd Uhurlun and WlUlum of for polsonfiiM 1ili In Iox rlvvc by from thulr FALL I AM NOW BBAIJV TO KUIINISIJ KVKUV MAM IH WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MAUtt WM CLOTHS JSKMiOTKU KtilKUULLT IN TJIK HTVU8U AXI o At Figures that will Pleutw   

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