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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY ILLM WEDNESDAY OCTOBER Hffll MIL PAY BOX PAPER G FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up in largewhite 10 sheets our best with 10 envelopes to Only Also of lOc per En 1 One quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes Only 25c par JWT These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades IRISH ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per B8F Gift these Goods a trial and you will find that they are less in price than you have been consistent with 101 and 103 Third IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO MARSHS DRUG STORE FRANK RETAIL DEALER IN o AGENT FOR AJSTHETJSERS BOTTLED Goods delivered to any part of the city free of Southeast cor ner of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Fall Latest Novelties in WOOLVnd DRESS BLACK UNDERWEAR and Made to Order at Reasonable Perfect Fit and Satisfaction ut BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors ami Furnishers PLASTERS A Windfall for the Family of SEQUEL OF A WELL KNOWN On Account of False Imprisonment at Port nu Prlnee Vanbokkclen WM Awarded Damages of Be ing Dead the Monoy Mow does to First Payment of Just Beeeived at Mew York NEW family of Charles who died in 18S8 from the effects of imprisonment at Port have received a first pay ment of on account of an award for to which the government of Hayti has acknowledged Its Re maining payments will be made semian nually by bonds duly authorized for that A story of hardship and ing lies behind this Its victim came of old Knickerbocker having been born In this city in One of his dar ing before he was 80 years resulted in the safe delivery in the block aded ports of Bayti of a large quantity of guns and which yielded such good returns that he undertook other sim ilar contracts until he bad a fortune In Winning the favor of the party in he was offered end accepted the post of Haytien consul at this He was disabled onco or twice by changes of political but Thrown Into When he had held office about six years he withdrew in order to devote himself again to government His bus iness took him so frequently to Portau Prince that he finally settled married into a native In he was arrested and thrown into prison upon the complaint of a creditor In this city who had delivered arms and clothing to him upon a government con tract which had not been paid in Minister Langston demanded his and was granted but as he was leaving prison he woe rearrested upon judgments obtained against him by three Uaytien Protect by Langston in this cose was Secretary Frelingunysen made a formal tdemand for hia release upon the ground that an American citizen was protected by treaty from such an An Award of after nearly fifteen months he was The prison quarters were of toe most loath some and had mode of a strong man a physical feeling that he hud sustained Injuries which ended his business and from which he had barely escaped with his he made a claim for damages through the state department against the Haytien who had be come secretary of instructed the minister to press the It was finally agreed to submit the caae to An award of Still Celebrating Ton NEW 90th anniver sary of the birth of Von Moltke wag marked Monday by one of the greatest festivals of music and oratory combined that has evor been held at the Metropoli tan Opera AH the German socie ties and prominent clubs of the city add ed their share of Interest to the great The great Call was thronged with including most all of the promi nent Germans of this and the neighbor ing Chauncey Dupaw was the orator of the and with the ex ception of his speech no English was BALLOTSFCm Fifteen Million of Them lUInf Printed In NBW Printer Brown la printing for the coming every one of which hat to be separately These ballots require 178 acres of white The ballota tor the regular candidates will number The Independent candidates will raise this amount The first lot of ballots all required sheets of pa This Is the only lot that ban so far progressed to the second The second numbering also regular has only gone as far OB the partial numbering of the EHCU Three Every ballot of the entire re quire three printings the number ing the and the naming of the A force of girls is employed after the number pro cess has been completed to arrange the in the numbers of which run consecutively from to This is done before the names are printed oa Manager Kelso has had to train these girls almost individually In the The printers have also had to bt carefully IN THE SHERIFFS The ol An The Hennesny NBW Two supposed to have been used In the Hen nessy were found Tuesday morning on Cypress near the scene of the murder by a workhouse Thomas who shot one of the Italian In the parish prison on the 17th was released Tuesday morning under ScolBdl is The Hennesny as sassinatioii case has been postponed in definitely on motion of the The prisoners were remanded without benefit of Held Up the Officer Mahoney Sunday night started out to hunt burg there having boon many bold robber ies of late in the He was fortun ate in his Hearing a young lady scream be hurried up and discovered the highwaymen in the act of robbing the young When the robbers saw htm they ordered him to throw up bis hands and robbud him of his revolver and a small amount of after which they set him at They then easily made their Auxiliary Board of WABIHNOTON view of the large number of classification and reappralsement oasoa pending before the treasury Secretary Wlndom has appointed an auxiliary board of ap praisers to aid In disposing of the bust Qouoral Appraiser Suarretts has been relieved from special duty as a mem ber of the original and General Appraiser Sharps has reassigned to duty as a member of Died In a Forelgn WASHOCITON A cable gram was received at the navy depart ment Tuesday morning from Admiral Uelkncr at announcing the death from ID the Marine hospital at Yokohama of of the Constant has been 111 for some Will be Free of WASHINGTON Assistant Secretary Spnuldlng has Informed a Phila delphia Importer that sugar not above 10 dutch imported at any if withdrawn for consumption ou or after April will be exempt from duty under the existing tariff A UuuthHed COLUMIWB u wellknown farmer residing west of on doa bed confuted to having murdered und robhed Thomas an Ohio lu Tha died a fuw moments aftur mak ing the Auburn Wagon Company In The works of the Auburn Wagon company limited have been seized by the sheriff on judg ments aggregating Tho com pany was formerly called tho Clapp Wagon the name being changed In January The company was or gunzed in 1R80 with a capital stock 6f which has all been paid The Clapp Manufacturing manufacturer of carriage are also but are still the against the latter only aggre gating The largest judgment creditor of the wagon company is Frank of Wetherell axle whose claim IB i Explosion on the Browns tow boat A ex Swift exploded her boilers at 10 oclock TutsJay morning while steaming up tho Mononxahelu op posite The eight in miraculously escaped Hie shook of tbe explosion and swam to The Alex Swift was one r the largest tow boats on the and was returning from her first trip since sho was completely The boat is a complete wrtok and will be a total loss to her own The boat was valued ut about SonlBklna Cio Up la NEW Tue Tribune says tho annual sale of held Monday In an advance of from 50 to 1IX per over the prices of last As this sale deter mines the market for the next twelve those who desirt to luxuriate in seal skins this must pay well for the Leading fur dealers lu this city said that was something unprecedented ami attributed it to small catch of seals this A Dead Slim 111 the Mc an old was found dead In a well at 600 West Neighbors who drew water from the well have of late been noticing a very peculiar odor and tuste about Monday two men investi gated and found McCarthys body at the bottom where it had been lying for sev eral weeks as it was badly The presumption is that the man fell in while Tne remains presented a frightful Short and Charles general freight agent of the fiouaa tonic railroad company and of the New York and New Bogknd Terminal com which has a sound outlet at Wilson the southern terminus of the Hpu satouic railroad in this is and it is alleged his accounts show a shortage of Olds disappeared last Friday but efforts were made to keep the matter quiet until his accounts could be Another HlgOil It is rumored that at a meeting of the Independent Ra and Independent Oil held here was agreed upon a con solidation of all the independent compan ies handling crude oil to the and also Including the Independent with an Immense for the purpose of refining the oil and handling it upon a much larger scale than Tim Favtott Investigation NKW Mtututt In vtHllgatlou committee after dvvlUlov to investigate the polloe department after the election Will FlBht the Sonorant A suit was filed In the superior court Monday by Rxemclliiand of the defunct board of public to restrain Mayor Mosby from appointing the now The point sought to be main tained by the plaintiffs Is the alleged ille gality of the Boncrout bill ou account a defect la the Took Own Nelson one of the most prominent men in this county and a leading committed suicide by blowing his brains out with a lie was 67 years of age and for several years past had been with a and in addi tion to recent financial caused him to become despondent and take his own Was Handy with IIli desperate and fa tal shooting affray between negroes took place ou the levee Byron Mar shall captain of the watch of the steamer City of shot and killed John it notorious negro and seriously wounded two other negroes named Aba Thomas aud Walter Killed by a Oaring Whllasorae workmvn were on tbo Patterson pnrlt extension Monda the bunk oived lu upon killing one unit seriously Injuring The imirio of the dead man U John Ia rick Arthur 1s lu a ilii n Broils Tho others will 1 1 Wrutik of u HluoW A Burlington and n iiri Hivor suiuk ruin was wrecks ut Ytinm Fifteen cars 01 cut ilu wore klllud and a nlookiuan named Minion received fatal Items of Gtnaral Interest from Over the KOOH8 CONSUMPTION Bis Experiment Ratlsfled Him That the Dread Ii Curable and Be Will Be Beady to Prove It In Abont Six Trouble In the Canton of Sent to the In The NatlonalZaltung announces iu the most positive mannor that Professor whose researches as to the existence of a yaclllus in con sumption have already giveu him a Eu ropean is now ready to an nounce to the concluded certain Important experiments in which he has for time been cure for that Will He Bendy In Six The new It Is resembles the lymph in it being pro posed by its use to so inoculate the patient that the tuberculosis bacillus can no longer and this without any detri ment to the patients general or causing the slightest Professor Koch will be ready to practically Intro duce his in about six Minister Gessler has given him permis sion to abandon lilb winter course of luo turis b fore the university in order that he may devote bis entire attention to his FOREIGN Gladstone Tlilta of the moat in teresting incidents of the MidLothian campaign to the public was the Visit of Gladstone to 1aUi after the concert in Music Ktllu After the congratulations ami salutations were over the great orator end diva seated themselves on the soa and began to discuss most earnestly the relative merits of the various loauugts used In their respective and Gladstone received Putti the one she had found the most efficacious uud consumed it on the spot with great unc Severe Storm on the storm which bun prevailed throughout the extent of the Mediterranean during the last two dityx has inflicted Immense damage upon ship ping generally and in many canes upon the Blauncbest war Tho Italian Med iterranean squadron has sustained dam age which it will require fnmcu to and many smaller craft have been driven ashore and broken to ptecen or foundered iu Balfonr In a Balfonr and party journeyed thirty niilos through big A crowd ullrntly nmchpd the y at where her OCon nor information ou the condition of the OConnor urged the ixtunsion of the railway lo Acbill aud the development of tha deupnuii be If propurly would give permanent employment to tbe Hutluoiu from Yukootsk state that another mutiny of Siberian convicts has occurred on board a itenmer on the river Villagers us khtud tbe mutineers to disarm the guards uud the vessel was allowed to drift for want of Several of the con victs escnpcii bnt the governor Bent troops to look tor them and the soldlire killed two and recaptured five of tho A Ciirlom Kind of French Royalist and clerical papers are greatly pleased at the reception Comte de Paris was given In They say that it Dhows that the fortunen of French royalty atidof tho thuruh are as closuly as ever in the and that the Canadian French have retained uudlmlulslied the r loyaltyto The Famous Gilluspie Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice in any ot the Burns lo a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG I Dorsey i 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AiNID Against the Jew Kvnry Russian police are showing more than usual activity In hunting down and arrests are being made by In Odessa most of tbe victims are and if no other evidence ean be found against them they are deported to Siberia on the charge et violating the laws directed against that More Trouble at In tho canton of Tlolno tbe troubles between the conservatives and liberals have broken out ntiow and disorders have again taken The federal government bus despatched an additional b ittullon of troops to assist in restoring order In the Spain Might Find It Thirtytwo of the bishops who assisted at the Roman Cath olic congress at have ad dressed a petition to the queen regent asking the interference of Kpain to put a itop to tho unjust treatment of the pope lu tho bauds of Pouttit a Fatal IA H journalist Allard fought a duel ou Satnrduy last near Pistols wore the weapons and Allard was shot in the He has since dld from the effects of the Itinfueiitliitf goverr tneut has closad the Catholic churches at Volhyma and Padolla and also the Do mlulciiu monastery at A Drop In the Price of A big drop In the price of loo has Four weeks kgo men having ice here held It from at HI60 to W 000 per Today these men liuut lo vain for purchasers who will take ihu same stock at per But while the Maine men have loit tnuuh by fUsnppolntfiMfit tbe great bulk of the big Icii ooucornjrare actually brokers here say that many f them must go A Costly KUIIEKA tarivd In Colllns jewelry store in file Perry ou Spring street Monday and consumed proper I y valued it There was no loss of Tha ieriv Bprliiidluld Oblo and thirtyfive other bunlutms dwelling houses Were toUl about THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COKE OR 1 T1IK Combined Coal and Wood Gooking Stovr IT HA8 EVKBY MOUKKN And for beauty ImeotkB of Perfection of Blmpllclty aud Store rreemlnonl PITTS ITS That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever brought te We ean show you Something New as often as you oall lift Rag or Hemp Body Art Dado or Lace or Portion Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to aea the Noweat and Finest In House UM Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or 4 HOWELL FALL GOODS AND ANOTHBH Of WORCESTER JUST UOIIYBD COB AL80 A riMM LIMB Of Cloth tor Overcoats KOlt FALL AMD L i TU1C KlNltST llll Radiant TUB IIKST HAiti riAsa Vf OOOK UTOVK UAUK IfOtt VIVX 100 and 108 ft   

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