Alton Daily Telegraph, October 28, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

October 28, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois AT .TON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING. What the Chief Secretary Hat to 8ay About It. MR. BALFOUR EXPLAINS HIS PLANS. PAPETERIES [BOX PAPER J db — FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up iu large white envelope*, IO afreets our beat stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only velope. Also: •CIV* One quire bot*?*, containing 2?4 Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c par box. •IT These Select and put up especially for OUR lar shades: assorted, of IOC per En- Superior Writing Papers, made and TRADE, include the following popu- WHITE, CREAM, PEAT ll, P It I JI It 0 8 E, IRISH BONI), ENGLISH PARCHMENT, ELITE LENOX LINENS. Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. IHT Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they are sonaiderable less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality. C. J. Degrenhart, IGI and 103 Third st., Alton, III. To Relieve a Cough get Throat Syrup, or Syrnp Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at MARSH'S DRUG STORE FRANK BUDDE, RETAIL DEALER IN Wines and Liiquors, AGENT FOR ANHKUSKR’B BOTT LKI > BK KH. Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth ate., (Raible’s old stand.) Alton, 111. Cholo* Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand. Pall Styles. Latest ^Novelties iii SCARFS, TIES, WOOL and DU ESS SHIRTS, Iii.ACK UNDERWEAR and HAI8. HUTH A1 adc to Order at lleasomtble Price*. Perfect PH and Nut Intact ion G ti arrau teed, at BRUEGGEMAN BRO Artistic Tailors and FiirniHlier» S. "DR.GROSVENOR^ BeUc&ptic PLASTERS. TH* BIST POROUS PLA BTC BB IM TM* MOBLO. *2 ESSES” RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACX, At. §• ovals st Ms***#    PISSTSMOB    *    Mf! ll alt I**, Best.., Mass. TS. <Ktv.rnfw.Mt to Constr*** Railway. wa th. Gr»«a 1*1. Whir*, Will lava!** aa Kxpewgltnr. af A I. MHI. OOO A Pop- alar Dr,non.I ration at Her!!* la Honor of ta. V»t«raa Bu Id tar, Von Moll It.— London'* L*t«*t Hurrier Myat.ry, Dt'iui, Oat. SS —In tbs amrit af an tatar view, which a corm* pendent has Just had with Balfour, the chief sacra-tary fur lr. Is od was aaksd just what ; were his plans for rsllsviug tbs dis trass In Ireland this winter. “To begin with,” ha answered, *thsrs ars th. usual laws for tbs rsllsf of tbs poor. Na matter what la said about theta Imww they exist and ars available. In addition to this tbs government Is aid' I Inc ‘a const meting railways In Ireland, which will involve an sxprnditurs of fully A..SR),OOO. I cen not sxplaln th# plana of tits prupoasd run I es to yon in de tail, though I shall probably find an opportunity to make tbsni public Id my speech at a not very distant date. Thats railways will bs constructed whsre tbsy ais urgently required all along the went coast We shall bag!n work upon th.rn lo ample time to givs tbs kit. mm la tbs congested district* employment for the a inter. We shall for one thing build a railway from Westport to Achille biland. This la on. of tbs worst of the congested districts. I do not mean to say that the plau for light railways la th. only one tbs government has in view, should the neeaselu arise lo rslieva tbs distress Hut it Is tbs rn aln plan I may add that it bi a plafi ahaolutely unique iii th. his tory of any British govern men L Ka* play mast lur ktrrybudy. "Of th. U .Raj.UUU which we expect will bo expended In that way considerably m-irs than Al,iou,WW will bs given by the government. Th. remainder will la* in th. main subscribed by railroad companies I diciest sd. In soma instance, a small portion of th. expanse of construction will bs horn. by the districts Interned Th. PWJ pl. of t base dtetrkts ere willing to make promises to pay almost any amount if I will Aud th. money to build them railroads I doubt whvthar th. poverty In the west of Ireland this winter will tie greater than wa have seen lu tbs menu f.rtariag Cities af England Within tbs last few year* there bs., beau tiro* of periodic distress, hat ne Suggestion was ever marie to expend Imperial money to building railroads foe Urn relief of tbs distress Over there our people are obliged lo tans their chances with tbs poor (awa The present guv.rnm.nt la making eonceeaiou* for Ireland which it would never tbtuk of making for Keg land or .Scotland. *1 can say in a general way that we • hall lie able to find employment for every man abir and a tiling to work within twauty rn.lea of his home I mention this figure ss a maximum, lo the great ma Jority of caam in it will not be half that distance.* Mosey frem A an.rlea. “Du yon mean to say. than, that Inland will not want balp from America this winter?” “No," replied Balfour, *1 do not. I wish bi say that if there Is say money going ta America for philanthropic purposes, and Kids t her. are dtspund to sand soma of a Ireland, I should be the last maa to say anything against IL No donbt lf auf flcisnt cars wars taken with the expenditure of money thus subscribed It could bo used with gnat ad van logs in th# we*t of Inland, a* well aa lu parts of England and Scotland, bat I cannot too strongly urge that great oars should bs taken by tile*, really laureated in the welfare of the Irish population that the money sob scnbt-d should bt used purely for philanthropic aud not for political purport* lf this money Injudicious./ expended in misapplied charity, ae some other Irish relief funds have bean, It would only prove demoralising and harmful to the population it was intended lo benefit. I have nothing to say," continued Balfour, "about any response Americans choose to nicks to the appeals of the Irish members for fund* to carry oa their plan of cam eign. It is not for ms to discuss that lot they should distinctly nndrratand st tbs outset whether they are contributing to that purpose or to relieve the di«treM of th* people in the west of Ireland." Th. yiMtl** af Kalif ration. How would you suggest that the money subscribed solely to reiieee the distress from the potato b ight eh u I be utilised f For one thing," answered Balfour, "I should advise buying sound potato.* to give them people for **«-d inhaul of buying potatoes to give them for food. A bl I gilt of t hi. kind means no seed for next year. I can scares!J discuss now in detail the methods by which tbs money SU bv rd bed should bs distr!'mi a I. But It should bs carefully handled by responsible people.” “How far doe* the question of emigration enter Into your plans for government re] tai?" “It is too lets for on# to do anything this year with emigration," replied Balfour. "I can usa the money at my disposal to bettor advantage by keeping tho diet reseed people whore they aru and giving them other means of assistance I am willing to amlet tnttgatlo* if it seems for the beet, bot It would have to be from a! fund for this purpose, and not under tbs poor law funds. I suppose it will be sn unpopular thing to say, but I never conceal my opinions, their migration in the future must play a prominent Dart In relieving them congested districts from recurrent dot rem It must b* either oil g rat mn or emigration, and I do not think that migration will mend matters mach. Them people must eventually And home. in the New World. I do not mean by that in America particularly, but the New World ie its bmade-t sense- America, Australis, Africa. Tour Immigration laws in America make it dirt! ult to sand emigrants (here at pre est " Tho Pasters' Letter. “Why don't you visit Americtf” tho corr»*ep<indent asked. “I hare loon them ouou,” »u*d Balfour *1 enjoyed my trip very brh'i. Do I intend going sga if I (to not Un w I am afraid I should get a sumrwnat rn lad reception there now. lies des, while I •aid In my speech that ll wj nobody's bus IMM. whir. Ireland'* chief soarer ary (booses to dais his totter*, I am a'roid It would bs a retch lag tb* posit « little bio far to data them from ilia Uallod H at** * Tbs pastor ti latter adopted at the an-I usa aal mooting ai tho Homan Catholic hierachy wa* read Sunday in tho Catholic churches throughout Ireland. Tho Utter protests against attempts to minimise tbs extvut of the potato crop failure, as such a course wa tbs iliads irons one pursued during fo u.r famines. It appeal. to the government fur timely aa •tetania to pallia la what trustworthy reports show to bs a real aud wide* pre vt danger. The letter contains a reiteration of the papal prohibition of the plan of campaign ami boyo itting, ami directs tbs | en pl# to nave nothing whatever to do with politics. It conclude* by ex-pres-ing sympathy with evicted tenants ami the hops that parliament may sun-cewd In adopting measures, reinstating tho evicted and preventing farther evictions GREAT TIME IN BERLIN. Celebration of tb. OO th Mrthday of Conal Von Mullica. Bi ULIN, Oct. It — Despite tbs almost continuous rein the Lindens and Kontg* Flati were th# scone Sunday of • popular demonstration of low and veneration for the nonogenorlan soldier Yon Muitks. tbs occasion boing his Wtb birthday, without • parallel in tbs annals of this city. Tho singing society of tbs Prussian schoolmasters awakened tbs marshal at th. untimely hour of I with a tuneful morning greeting. Until sunset and later Von Moltke was at horns to • grateful nation. Toward midday, preceded by th. King of Sa luny aud tho Uraud Dukes of lima# aud Badan, ell iu full uniform, therm 1 peror lo nu open victoria, despite the weal ber, arrived at the general mu IT head quarter, and extended his songralula lions to the venerable marshal. The emperor then presented the marshal with a magnific* at baton Tbs most touching i«arie of Hie day was th. arrival of the Km press, the Crown Prince, and Princes En el and Frit*, the two latter In sailor customs. ’I he marshal accompanied tbs young princes* hand in hand through the Immense salon, pointing out the various I mu Ie banner* displayed and relating their history. Kissed Van M.lthe's Cheek. Oti the ret nm of hie majesty to the •chinas the people cheered bim to the echo An sri ii less stream of people continued to eell UH nightfall. The day ended with a monster banquet al the Central batel given by tbs general st sit The marshal presided, congratulating his hosts lpm the confident), their king sud people had lo them. Ile admonished them to continue to deserve the same In the future by unremitting, honest work. Iii presenting th. field marshal’, baton th*- emperor, referring to the count'* deeds of glory and renown, sa, I be aas proud lo be iii such company and lo oiler the congratulation, of bliii*elf aud of the arnur- As a young man he was unable to sad to the laurels already encircling lh. agad warrior's brow, but he bagged him to accept the baton ae a memento of thie occasion. The emperor then called upon th. M«euiid*J company for Cheers sud they fairly mods the building tram ‘-la. lbs emperor then advanced ami kiMsd C*>unt von Moltke three limes on both cheeks < veg ret elwtleM from Victoria. Empress Frederick visited tbs eld Oouul Saturday aud parsec ted her congratulations I br veteran evinced th. greatest (doesun- at th. visit, queen Victoria telegraphed bet congratulations from Balmoral. Tbs King of Belgium alw sent a congratulatory telegram. The Grand Dus fares of Badan presented to the count lbs tau Kin peror’. nots book, whloh bs u md until death. Tu. Char, the King of S**.dee, the Sultan, Prince Bismarck aud tbs Prints of Wales telegraphed their congratulations Count von Muitks has •aul a pc ret-w ai nots ta • private soldier, thanking bim fur versos which ho had ••nt, and say sag that sn army In which privates ars able to write such verse, must ba wail ordered. SWI I Th# Ut rn kablu Exploit of Brooklyn Man. COAL. Tho Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any of the city. Burna lo a Clear Gray Ash, noCllnk-eiM or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the West. HARD COAL Iii all sizy*, Delivered at Lowest Market liw.iiiHwuaMs ! Priced, duality CnsiirpasHcd, WILD RIDE OF THRCE PASSENGER*. I hey Wnnlrri tu Un la . < final ar? Hat (Im* Ms. WhsUss lire*lug th* W anted a Renan*, Ile fur* He Vt us Id Nops th. Car—rh. I Inn I st. el Ural Car at*.ling am ll -t-or-l. Nxw Turk. Get. t\-Thi name of John Pinkerton, who is now in th. castody of lh. Brooklyn polios, will gu down to po# ferity a* that oi the first man who tv r attempted in broad day light to s eal a team of hone* and a street c ir. He ta actu*#! by Driver Hernial p tora of steal-tig the rar and team beluugiug to lh# North Sr con d Street and Middle Till ige Ii i way company, of which Peters was la charge, condue or. Curser*! Ie » Milk Wagon. It arrived at th# (J aud Street ferry shortly after b o'siock In the miming, with ten miaul*• in welt la-for# la*.inning the ISI urn trip. Priers, according to lh# • ory he to.d the p rime. lr'! Iii# cur nn-V U.*-led while be wen! to tm- It * ■ trout ferry, about twenty * tr.J* away, lo rn,lire hi. Weigh aith ti e vin*:* on iii# tiller I herr Wien he ret or I al the rar was gon*1, ll** ba...-J a pissing milk w IT n aud pursue I the car Pinks*** Was umiak it m**r Hum r’» I* oat bridge leading intoQ nen’si ‘Ouray, where he had run lh. iar off the track. Pinkerton was *»rre-to I an I coram! led for iou by J ital ice ii* a- ling. Mads th* Cass* agers O re I p. There w re throe passenger* in tits ear at iii# time I*.nWert**,i took It. They want*! to go f<» I- uh -ax cemetery, Piiikertea t grand tow e .ruff th, proper lr lek. a id dr*IV. ai ta * tine*. of th • (I ■■ ll Po.iii an I My rile Av nu# line throng i K -ut avenue ani Kl .nkttu ait eel Tv bor**- arent ah.pp.-i up to a Hiram* »p ed ann lh*- p.*asci*.*•.•#, frigh en*! half oui "f (ii*, r I vee, ^gird of iii** driver to lop, Hr rvfu r I to do a i u itll g >i >«<-r p’>n i was raised for hi* S .. ut >-five cen >. waa coil «•# I ani ti**** tor p ta-t-u^rm were ailow.-d I - alts ii. ‘lh** moue* iii the from of th. car f* ti cbulge, and i: w «* it til it g* id I ne algol, w neb in a Nix on tbs front c »r, were found un ihwM. IN TMc bUtMEMfc'c juBT. K a* I* raa Id e a I BOY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TMI .KIM IOX K 84 AND 31. THE OMAHA KOR BURKING COAL, COW OR WOOD. M« a Case .t Was ao» ** Jack th. Ripper.M Loa Dom, Oat. It-The body of tbs woman found murdered la tho Sooth Ham prised locality shews that th# crime bears no resembles., to those sommittsd by "Jack th. Kipper," and a medical si-amiuatinu of lbs rvmalos prursd that tbs woman did not belong to the Whits ehspsl visas from which "ahs ripper" se l.'fted hi* victims The body has been Identified a* that or Mrs Hobbs, the wife ••r a porker employed lo hoodoo. Mrs Hob:* cfi her husband, taking with bar her oh lid, whim ahs carried In tbs perambulator, which was found near tbs pluto Where lbs body was discovered. The lindy of the missing child was found Sunday in s field • mils daunt from the plane where its mother's oorpse was dis entered Th# body bors no marks of viuieaos and It is supposed that the child was smothered to death. Tbs clothing was saturated with water from the rain. A Salt.a Who I* IU tying Pat*. Loudon, (let. IM.—Advices from south •••tern Africa ara to the effect that tho expedition against Vita will develop Into a ear af considerable proportions. A rata), made desperate by th. I use of -I .vs trad-, haring e ioseu that pi aes as th. rally : ground against tbs En-Topsails I .• German fores* In south Africa bar. been instructed to combine with the English against tbs saltan of Vita.    _ The London Dark (nispsny'i Mr Item* London, Get. IE — The Losdou and Indian ducks Joint eo amtileo propose to establish • pernisn nt staff of laborer*, lobe paid It shitting* per week of forty-eight bon re, aud to tm entitled lo a pension after fifteen year•’ of service, sud half pay during slcknee*, un certain roodt loo*, also a staff of •axillaries to bs registered at the same pay, but without the pension and other privilege. Wale# Attends e Wedding. LOM DUM, (Jct. rn-Mr. Gerald W. Era kine Loder, Conservant# member of th# house of commons for Bi ighUm, Saturday married a daughter of th* duke of Si Albans Among tbs guests present at the wedding breakfast was the priuoe of (Vs lee, who delivered a short aud graceful speech Mure Clerks Wasted. W ASBI VOTO* CHT. Oct, XA-Fourth Audiu r Jobs R. Lynch, of the treasury I dtp »r meni, state* in hts annual report that liers <• arret seed for aa increased force of c ol* in his * ill • to enable him I to Hurt proms ly Inquiries from the pea* •I rn filer His office, wk sh has charge of i < adjustment of a counts of thr k**y d -paitdiHSt, during th. lait fiscal | a. *, at urii-l AL, (.<*•,Iii Mr. Busine et tklcagu. • no ACU, (Jet. I* - He err tory of Btete j *'0 «ti Rlidne is iii town, lls arrived qu r y early Bun.tar morning sod was , i.riv«n Mi oner to th- real tenor of Mea ( . H. Vi rmtea. Uluru h will bv enter t In* d during his s.ay m the city.    mane    I Ll* vetoed Arg MG, IF aam AUTOS Cm*. Ijec m-Ex-Prest dent 11* ie laud wa* I lo* main att aet (un lo lh.- Sup. I UIS co in uf Iii* Us lid Si tea Munday. The untidier ut per*. tis a the court room aud stud; th.* torrid r jus. out* u • lh. Was «v u gra.i.r than *.n Friday wh.u Mr, Cleve-and wa* • Epr ctg J to appear A few mu-,i* ..U twitter Uueo, the hour of meeting f ir to. court, Mr. Cleve and entered the r om I hi .ugh th. ra.rahal'a office Iu (tor court room wtwv A'torncy General Hider. Follett.»r (l« ,»*»i I'afi, si-Attorney General G.riaud and a number uf oilier prominent persona. A LrlNii.ll, I Hut.rial l«s Mr aud AitoriMy General Miller waft ae par a . rd by several state wh.o Sh. coin ope*, d but these wale were vacated Ufo.* Mr. # llTSluU I*J All W M cal.*d sud he a J th. attorn*/ gen .•raj, after warmly shaking hands, eel dew a s,ds by aide and .nierad Into a win-vers.tiun thai did un* sec- to flag After a a urn lair id naut lime to a*) ranee esses had Mwu heard, toe cees af Peak* va TW C »y of New Orleans WM called aud Rickard de Gray, of New Orlrasa, with whom dr. Cl.v.lsnd Is iwirutel, Itegan the argument for the p aln?iff. Mr. Cleveland began his argument st MA —Tilt. OX LY PKH(STT- Combined Cod and Wood Cooking 8tovs rs*.1-',    HOUffffX    IMl'H    I    I    KS.NT. Sn-1 ror iautt sr finish or I ast lag. PUffiSUllOUOC < ipera'luii, aitupllclty aud MMMME ll isBisgwati I r# GtniciGni    w..... PITTS & HAMILL, «“■ UU, • i.e..Ms. •Wire • iwm A gent*. A DefeeiSlwg < ashier. NBW Yoni, (Jet. ft* - ( cahier Eugene P quet, of th.    I aul ca-hi re Insurance company, dlsap r.r*M os Wednesday •ranlng, aud ties nut yet biwa found. A cursory til ml nation of hi* book* show* him, the odic als say, to he a defaulter •oat I*sat the extent of ll,(SM Pion# wa* sn exemplary young rase, had nu bud baht ta and kept no hail company He Iie*1 been Ut ins employ of the eoui-paay for the peat alg y*ars. The dedication is fully covered by h.s bolt la Bee tty Murk kj> a (towaway Team Kaw TOMK, Oct. TI- A team rf spirits I hnrwe driven by Adolph Molieahaurr became frightened and raj away oa Lextag-lou a vt rue. Br -ok iy ii, B*ind ay, throw fig nu Mr. MnHenbanerand breaking hi* leg. The horsM then ran into Mrs Maria I- Robinson, ago*! IO, and her daughter Ida, aged th. killing urn former and fracturing the skull of the latter. The horse. thru knocked down Mr# Helen Waite, fracturing several of her nim. It I. feared MIM Robinson is fat ally Juju el. Bed Kad Ie e Pl mss ar* lirlva. Baltim 'HK, (Jct. Br - Willis oat driving Sunday even ug two young ladle, with their aneuria were thrown from the wag .» sud Miss Mary Boche wa*instantly kitted, her neck bung broken by she fail Miss Josie I tear boe was shockingly tut up aud bruis'd. Ilk* man went only slightly Injured, but were so badly frightened uvrf the accident that they drove off Uav ng women latter un the men wet* arrested ou sue po-on of having purposely caused the ai eaten t. Had Ba Vive Aypsratsa Amit ar’ us. Ohm, Ow M —Fire bro** out ai LIO Monday morning In Marie/’* boot and abos More at Aujuvsr sud spread rapidly. Tbs town hod no fire apparatus and sn engine was sent from Jefferson. Th# fire was extinguished at I o’clock, after fifteen buildings Including the postoffice, bad been complete y dee'eyed AU were business bons*-*. Tb* mum of th* firs a unknown and estimate, of th* Ism •od insurance mrs not y.t obtained. Original Park .ga Casa. Wk*!! I Koto* OTT, OeL It-A motion WM mads In the supreme court of th* lulled States Monday to si vanes th* Kansas original pick**, ease Th. que* Hon I* vol rad in lh* cam Is whether It la TscvsaJir/ for tim stats ,of Kansas to re-■uact it. t>r ihibitioQ law bees us. of th# r s*>ag of lh. Wile.rn sot by congress hew York's Washimutox City, (Jot. 28 -Secratary Nui.lf has written a letter of fliteen lung Tagra to Mayoi Grant, analysing the cum->.’*iui« in regald to th* pupuiatioo of New York aud (it I- understood) explain- ITS NO SECRET. Thai our STUCK is tim MOST COM PLK TK amt urougtit to A4U>«. Vt e can abow you Hornet bing Now as often aa you cell iix CARPETS! Tapestry,    Hotly Brussel* Ingrain*    Art Square*. Huh' or ii- nip , , HVT CURTAINS! Dado or IMaiti,    Limo or Portier. IN RUGS: l ur Moquotte,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats, I Adit-* like to *ow the Noweat and Finest in Ho nae DeoorxMon* Has,est way to *oo them hi to Call freouonUy at whBthor you wish to Buy or not. our estaMiebmsnh, HOWELL GOODS! AXOTHtH urn rn CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES, sn u*.aiTiu rue KA LL WK A IU" * rf,, UM UT i Clot It far Overcoats r<ut ran ain win i AMO H. E. L. BOECKMANN. ITOH Til K UN KST HXATKB. rtniv Radiant Home, TUX BSXT HAMB WAL It tax MfXDMt. Superior, it: Most PttFlcf conk novK uaux rutx UU kl* W VK KAN I kb tt**tt (IV k Ta Alto. ll. A. HOF FII ANN, IQI and 102 K. SSOONU ST ;