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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON  VOLUME 30.  PAPETERIES,  [BOX TAPER I  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  Mf* Put up in large'wbite envelope*, IO sheet* assorted, of our best stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only 10c per Hovel ops. Also:  MF* One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheet* of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to- match. Only 25c p^r box.  MT These Select and Superior Writing Papeis, made and put np especially for OUR TRADE, include th* following popular shades:  WHITE,  CREAN,  PEA C H,  P It I M It 0 S E, IRISH ll 0 N I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX CINENE.  MF" Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Good*, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all Fapeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent.  MT Give these Goods a trial and you will And that they are •oneiderable less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality.  O. J. Degenhart,  101 and 103 Third st., Alton, III.  IF YOU NEED  — A BOTTLE OF —  Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmoliue,  A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery,  -o- OO TO —o—  MARSH'S DRUG STORE FRANK BUDDE.  —o— RETAIL REALER IN -O—  Wines and Hiiquors.  —O— AGENT FOR —o—  ANEBUBEE’S BOTTLED BEER  Goods d*llver*d to any part of the city fro* of charge Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth att., (Raible’a old stand.) Alton, IU.  Choice Brandt of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Fall Styles.  Latest Novelties in  ARPS, TIES, WOOlXand DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR aud HATS,  MUTTS Made to Order at Keamumble Price*. Perfect Ut I Satisfaction Guaranteed, at  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  Artistic Tailors and Furnishers  DR GROSVENOR^  rn Belle&psic  PLASTERS.  TMI BIST POROUS PLASTKRS IR TMI yOit.i|  JE?RHEUMATISM, HONEY NttdH$&IS.  DKOBTRMOR A RIC*ARR*I la*-, SMI.  HAYTI WILL PAT THEM  A Windfall for the Family of C. A. Vanbokkelen.  SEQUEL OF A WELL KNOWN CASE.  Ga Account af Falsa Imprisonment at rart • aa - PHem Vwbatk»l*E Was Awarded Damain af SAO,OOO —Bs Balat Deed th* Mousy Now Dora ta His Family—The rirs* Ferment of WI0,000  Just Boa* I trad ti ll,* York  Nrw York, Oct. SB —Tbs family of Chari** A. Vanbokkelen, who died In 1*8* from tbs effect* of Imprisonment at Port* nu Prince. Hayti, havs received a first payment of HU,QUO on account of an award for *.0,000 to which th* gorrrnment cdf Hayti haa acknowledged lu liability. Remaining pay menu will be made seml-an-nuslly by bonds duly authorised for that purpose A story of hardship and suffering lira beklud this case. IU victim earns of old Knickerbocker stock, having been born in this city in 1645 On* of his der ing schemes, before he was IO year* old, resulted in the safe delivery In th* blockaded ports of Hayti of a large quantity of guns and ammunition, which yielded such good returns that he undertook other similar cont r.tcu until be bade fortune lo profits. Winning the favor of the party in power, be was offered and accepted the post of Haytien consul at this port. He was disabled on os or twice by changes of political control, but reinstated.  Thrown late (’risen.  When he had beld office about dx year* he withdrew in order to devote himself again to government contraste. His boniness took bim so frequently to Port-SOPH nee that ha finally settled there, and married Into a native family, la March, 18m. he was arrested and thrown into prison upon the oomplalut of a creditor Iii thi, city who had delivered arms and clothing to him upon a government contract which had not been paid In foil. Minuter Langston demanded his release, and th* demand was granted; bot aa he was leaving prison bs was rearrested upon judgments obtained against bim by three Haytien creditors Protest by Mr. Lang«u>n in this case was unavailing. beers'ary Frelinghuyssn mads a formal demand for his release upon the ground that an American cltiaeu was protected by treaty from such an indignity.  Aa Award of BOO,OOO.  May 37, IWC, after nearly fifteen months Imprisonment, bs was dfechsrged. The prison quarters were of the most loathsome character, and had made of a strong man a physical wreck reeling that ha had sustained Injuries which ended kl* tins.ness prospect*, sod from which he bail barely escaped aith hie life, he made a cia.rn for 11 Al, DOO damages through the •tats department against the Haytien government. Mr. Bayard, who had become secretary of staU, instructed the minister to press tbs claim. It wa# finally agree.I to submit tbs cace to arbitration An award of RIO,0U0 resulted.  Mill Celebrating Von Moi tbs,  New Yon*. Ooh W -Tbs (loth annivsr aery of the birth of Von Moi the was marked Monday ny one of the greatest festivals of music and oratory combined that haa aver bren held at tbs Metropolitan Opera house, All tbs German eo«ie-tisa and prominent clubs of the eity added their share of interest to th* great event. The greet nail was thronged With people, Including must all of the promi-nset Gentians of this and th* neigh boring cities Chau cosy M. Depew was th* orator of th* oeceatou, and with th* exception of his speech no English wa* spoken.  Th* Mss assay Assassination.  New Gans SA La. Oat, Ml—Tiro guns, supposed to have beau used la th* Han-nosey assassination, were found Tuesday morning oa Cypress street, near the seen* of the murder by a workhouse gang. Thomas Duffy, who shot 8coffl.il. on* of the Italian prisons re, in th* parish prison oo the lith Inst, was raises ad Tuesday morning under Iv OOO bonds Bcofltdi is recovering Th* Hen a esse as-saseiaation casa haa been postponed in* definitely oo a st Ion of th* state. Th* prisoners were remanded without benefit of hnlL     _  Reid Up th* Psi learns*,  t lite Ado, Ort, SR. —Officer Mahoney Sunday night started out ta hoot burg-lara, there having bean many bold robber's* of late la tbs suburbs He was foetus-ate In his search. Hearing a young lady scream be Lurried ap and discovered the highwaymen In tbs aet of rn! trng th# young lady Whan tbs robbers saw him they order* I him to throw ap bi* hand* and robbed bim of his star, watch, club, rrvolver and a small amount of change, after which they ast him at liberty. They then easily mad* their escape.  ▲axillary Board of Appraisers.  WAXN!AUTON ClTT, Oct. Mi—lo view of th* large number of elaastficaUen and reappraisement ease* pending before the treasury department. Secretary Wisdom has appointed an salutary board of appraisers to aid tn disposing of the burt-tisea General Appraiser Bharrwt is haa been relieved from special duty aa a member of th* original board, and General  Appraiser B' arpe has hear, reassigned to  duty as a mem bar of th* board.  Iliad ta a Foreign Load.  WASHn<uTi>* ClTT. Ort. M.—A cablegram wee received at the navy department Tuesday morning from Admiral Belk aer at Yokohama, annona* in < th# deaf h from pneumonia, 'n th* Maria* hospital at Yokohama of Usui Constant, of th* Omaha Ii*ak Constant has been 111 for some time  Will be Free of Bely.  WAMUEntoe ClTT, Ort. M —Assistant fiat rater? Spaulding has informed a Philadelphia Importer that sugar net above lf du'< h standard. Imported at any time, lf withdrawn for consumption on or after April I, next. will he exempt from duty under lh* existing tariff law.  A Death-Bed (on fess'os  Cot.i Mm a lad., Oet, W.—Thomas Taggart, a wail knows farmer residing east <rf heiw, on his des -bad («onfe<*-ed to having murdered and robbed Thomas JU meson, an Oslo man, In 1688 I bn murderer died a few moment* offer making tbs confession,  Tbs Fasself lavssiigatlMCommute*.  atm Yon*. Oti RI.—The F*>wtt la-  %«stIgathrn committee after deeding to investigate the pollee department after the election adjourned.  BALLOTS FOW V0TER&  Fifteen Million af Them Being Flinted la New Tar A  Kaw Yore, Ort. W -Public Printer Brown ie printing 15,000,000 '.allots for th* coming el scil en, every on* of which has to be separately numbered. These ballot* require ITS acres of whitepaper. The bellote for the regular candidates will number 18,000.000. Tbs Independent cand id su i will raise this amount 8 OOO,-UGO. Tbs first lot of ballote undertaken, all regular, required AX),OOO sheer* of imper. Th!* is this only lot that baa so far progressed to th* men rid printing Th* •ecoud lot, numbering 75,00 sheets also regular candidates, has only gone as far •a the partial numbering of the ballote.  Kacb Require* Three mating,.  Every ballot of the entire 1ft,OOO,OOO require three printings; first, the numbering; second, tbs certification, and third, the mulling of the candidate*. A force of girl* is employed after the somber process hue been completed to arrange th* sheet* in piles, the numbers of which run consecutively from I to 1,»0. Tuts is done before tbs names are printed on. Manager Kelso baa had to train these girls almost individually in the work. Th* printer* have also had to be carefully instructed.  IN THE SHERIFF’S HANDS.  Tim  Auburn Vt agon to iii puny of Auburn, N, Y„ Im Trouble.  Amt he, N. Y., Oct A) -Tbs work* of th* Auburn Wagon company (limited) have been seised by the sheriff on Judgment* aggregating #47.116 fin. The nom-puny was formerly called the K. D. Clapp " agon com[Miuy, th* nam* being changed In January last. Th* company was organ gad in IAR) with a capital stock of WGO,UUU, which has all been paid lu. Th* KL I). Clapp Manufacturing company, manufacture-ie of carriage hardware, ar* alan involved, but ar* still running, tbs Judgment* against .he latter only aggregating #11,(XU. The largeet judgment creditor of the oregon com pa ay is Frank J. WsihereU, of Wsthsreli liras., Ruston. axis manufacturer*, whoa* claim la #38,-TM  Kaplralew aa tho Blvov.  PTTTanrgo Oct. ao-W EL Brown’* low N ult A sa Hwift exploded her bol Isl*  at IO o'clock Tin slay morning while steaming ap the Monongahela river, opposite Glenwood The crew, sight Ie ti urn'air, miraculously •-•■«|>cd th# shock of th* fxplodou an I swam to ahorse Th# ▲Gx Swift was on* a# the largest towboat* on the river, aaa wa* rn urn mg from ber first trip s ue* -he was completely overhauled. Ti** boat is a complot* wr«ok awd vc .ll be a total lorn lo her owners The boat waa valued at about flto,-UUU.  Health I as bu Up ie Fete*.  NKW York. Ort. ttt.-To* Tribune •ays the annual aal* of sealskins, beld Munday la Guidon, showed an advance of from 90 to HU tier cent. over th* priees of laat year. Aa tbte aal* determines til* market for th* next twelve months, those a Lo deem to luxuriate In seal skin* this winier, must |«y well for tbs privilege. Leading fur dealers In this city said that the ad van os was somsthlag unprecedented and attributed it to the small catch of seal* this year  A Used Man la the Well.  Leadville, Onto.. Ort- 88.—Dan McCarthy, an old soldier, was found dead In a well at SOU West st reek Neigh bors who drew water from the well have of late been noticing a vary peculiar odor and taste about lh Monday two men favratl-gaied and found McCarthy’* body at th* bottom where it had been lying tor several week* ae It was badly decomposed. Th* presumption ie that Un man tell Is while I u lox ICS ted. Ta* remains presented a frightful sppenruoeu,  abort sad Missing.  Norwalk, Coon., Oct. .9 - Charles K. Olds, general freight agent of the House ton c railroad company sod of the New York and New England Terminal company. which has a sound outlet at Wilson Hoi at, the soul baru tor ai I nu* of the Housatonic railroad ta this town, la rn'ast ag, aud It la alleged hts accounts show a shortage of IS,UUU. Olds disappeared last Friday hot effort* were mads to keep the matter quiet until hie account* contd be examined.    »  A aether Big Oil CmbMss Findlay, Q., Oct. ay —Ii is rumored that at a marling of the Independent Kenner* and Independent Oil Buyers, held Monday. Iller* was agree! upon a con sol id ai ion of all tbs iudr pendent compaa im head Hug crude oil to the trail*, aud also Including the I ode pen lent refiner*, with sn tm me na* capital, for the purpose of refining th* oil aud handling It upon a much larger scale tbau heretofore.  W III Fight the heasraal Ash  Cl NCINX ATI, Ort. IB—A cull wm filed In the superior court Monday by Maser*. RivmeilB ami Montgomery, of th* defunct board of public improvement*, to restrain Mayor Mashy from appointing the new board. Th* point sought to bs maintained by the plaintiffs is the ai leg sd ill* gality of the boner*QI bill oo account of a defect la the till*.  Tee! MI* Ow* Life.  Wa tm aw, Int, Ort. ML—Kelson H Morris, OM of the mort prominent men la this county and a leading Republican, oommitted ca (eld* by Mowing hie brains out with a revolver He was 87 yearn cf ag* sad for several years past had bean •rn cted with a cancer, and this, ta add! (ion to recent financial reverses, caused him to become despondent end take his own life._________  Was Heady with HU Ona.  Bt. boult, Ort. to.—A desperate and fatal shooting affray between negroes took pine* en th* levee Mo rley Byron Marshall Scott, captain of th* watch of lh* steamer City of Vicksburg shot sad kilted John McClure, a notorious negro tough, and seriously rounded two other negroes named Ahs Thomas aud Waller Btersoson.  Hilled by a Cavum Bach.  Btl t IMOBX, Md., Out 99—While acme workmen were engaged ox tbs Patterson park >x Urn ski a Mead*; th* beak eaved  ta up *ti them, killing on# and seriously Injuring others. Til* uatne of lh* ’lead man is John Mc Brid ’ Pa I k Arthur is  lo a «1" > ;-tq is cot dill on. The other* will ie v r.    _  Tai at ft reek el a Niweti Train.  Dx ' I. : C*» o, Out. m - i Hartington aud Mi * ort River »u*t iran wa* wreck I at Yum i Monos?. Fifteen ears o eat ii* were killed and a sum k luau sassed Marion received fetal Injuries.  mm nm CLK  lt«m$ of Ganaral Interest from Ovtr th# Sea.  PROF. KOCH’S CONSUMPTION CURE.  Bis Experiments Rave Satisfied Rim That lbs Dread Disease Is Curable and He Will Be Beady ta Breva It In A boa I Nix Beaks—Mara Triable ta tbs Canion af TicinoTroop* Neat ie the drone—f'oarlets la Reroll.  Berlin, Oct. 88.—Th* National Zdtung announce* lu th* most positive mano r that Professor Kook, whose researches a* to th* existence of a vsciUus in consumption have already glveu him a European rep mal ion, is now ready to announce to th* world—having concluded certain Important experiment" In which be bar for >®m* time been engaged—hi* cure fur that malady,  Will Ba Beedv la Six Weeks.  Tbs new preventive, It Ie said, roe* rn hie* the lymph la vaccination, it being proposed bv Ile nae to so inoculate th* petleut that the tuberculosis baculus can nu longer exist, and this without say detriment to Dis patient’* general health, or causing lbs slightest pain. Professor Koch will be ready to practically Unroll uce his Invention in about six week* Minister Gassier baa given him portal** aion to a!«ndou hi* Winter to un* of Ump tuns b fore tbs university in order that bs may devote hie entire attention to his discovery.  FOREIGN MISCELLANY.  Gladeteee Visits Fair!.  IxONDON, Ort. W—OM of the mart interesting Incidents of th* MUl-Lothlen  Min paig n to th* on'ald* public wa* lh* visit of Mr. Gladstone to Mute. l’atli after the roo carl in Music hall, Kdla* burgh. After th* cougrstulatioM ate! •ululations were over he great orate* •Bd diva seated themselves ob th* sofa and begau to discuss moat saruertly tbs relative merit* (rf th* various lus-ug. a used In their respective calling*, and Gladdens received from Pall I th* OM •he had found th* mon c Al cartoon and consumed It od tbs spot with great anc lion.  ••vers lit or ta aa lite Medllerrae#wk.  London, Ort 28,—A storm which has prevailed throughout tbs exteat af th* Mediterranean during tbs tart two d*>a bas Inflict*! Immense damage upon "hip ping generally and In many case* upon the kl Nil ne lie* i war vessel*, The Italian Mod-(lerrauean squadron ha* • Attained damage whish It will require I,mw,you france to repair, and many smaller craft have bern driven ashore and Itroksn to pleura or foundered Ie mid-sea.  Balfour la a Bag.  Lo*dom Oet. 88 — Mr. Balfour lid party Jo irnsyed thirty im.tai through a big Monday. A crowd silently wa d.rd the par y at Achill, where Fe* ber O'Connor -applied informal iou on the condition of tbs people Fat I tag O'Connor urged the i XU n*:<>* of the railway to Ax hill and the drveloptii ut of the derp-aea fisheries, which, he said, lf properly worked, Would give permanent employment to th* people.    _  Mwtlewws Heavies*.  HT. PKT! Ha IU Ho. Ort. Mi.—Adv loss from Yakooisk etal* (bat another mutiny of Siberian eon riots has occurred on hoard a •learner on the river lama Villagers as kilted tbs mutineers to disarm lbs guards aud the *ftol wa* allowed to drift for want of management Several af th* convict* *s< aped bat th* gov ar nor sent troops to look lee them and th* soldor» killed two and rerap’ured five of the fug lire*  A Carton* Hind et Loyally,  Paris, Ort. lf—The French Royalist and clerical (Mipars ara greatly pleased at the recept ion Comte de Paris wa* given ta Canada They say that It chow* that  lh* fortunes of French royalty aud of the (burel* are a. clow ly alii* I as ever la the (•art, and that the Canadian Preach have retained undiminished the r "loyalty to  both •    _  (ieee Against th* dew Beery Tins*.  Lox POX, Ort RL—The Hum Ian pities sr* showing more than usual activity ta hunting down Nihilist*, and arrests ara being mad* by wholesale. la Odessa mort of the victim* ara Jaw*, and lf ae other •vldeoee can be found against them they ara deported to Siberia on th* eh arg* af riots ling the laws directed agelast that race  Mere Trimble al TlelM.  DKKKX, Ort. IB. —In th* canton of Ticino tbs troubles bet wert) th* conservative* sad 11 lie rn Is have broken out atis* sod disorders have again taken place. Th* (•"••rat government bas despatched aa additional batel ion of troops to assist la restoring order la tbs centon  Spale Might Fled It (ratty.  Madrid, Ort A—Thirty two of the bishops who acetated at the Roman Cath- i rite congress at fiaragoraa, have addressed a petition to th* queen regent •aking th* luterferanee af Bpeln to put a stop to "the unjust treat mao of the pope In the hands of Italy."  Fee gat a Fatal Desk  PAHIA Oak A —A journalist named M. Allard fought a duel od (Saturday last near Tours. Pistols were th* weapon# used. aud M Allard was shot In th*  it outsell ll* baa si nr* di< d from lbs  • flirt is (rf the wound.  Beasts Fsrsraetleg Ksua ET. Pki Main rut, Ort, A— Tike go veer-meat bas dosed the Catholic charuk** a# Volhytue and Padolla and also th# Do-rn IU Tau monastery at Oet mg.  A Dreg ta tbs Fries af lea.  Baxooh, Me. Ort A—A big drop la the pries of lee bu occurred. Fear weeks ago men having lea here held It from at R bu to #4 (IOO per Iou. To-day these mss hunt in vain for purchasers who will leks the same stuck at ll per to* But while the Maine men bact lost mush by fliaapprtntiMpt th* great hulk of the big Ice contern#ar* actually embarrassed, tad deelerarnnd broken here cay that mtii) (rf them mort go down.  A Costly touBegraxlea.  Klrkka Kruist*#, Ark., Oct. A.—Fire tarted In H. A Collin'* Jewelry store in ti ie Petty house, on Spriug street Monday tfteiuuun, and consumed properly valued »* fl-.ic.uu0. There wee no lass (rf life. Th* Pert* bouse, Bpringffetd boun*. Ohio Court sud thirty-five other busine*#  1 writing home* Were drat toyed. tots! mm ranee ie about lf,OOO.  COAL.  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any of the city. Burns lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinder*. Beet Soft Coal in the  West-  HARD COAL  In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest; Market Prices* Qualify LI ii nu r panned,  GUY NOW, BEFORE THE BiG ADVANCE.  Dorsey &d Mann  310 Belle street.  TKLKPHCJNK 84 AND at.  THE OMAHA  KOR BURNING COAL, CORK OR WOOD.  TMX OR Lf I’ I SF KOT  Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovs Mad*.  IT Ma# BVERY MOIX UN IMI if VKUHRT Aim! fur i-auty sf VISKX. SiasuVksras  ..feasting, Perfection of Opera-ion. rtiiiipitrtiy sud Durability, this Kiegwal Move •mdK  IYW IHI ti Til_  PITTS Sc, HAMIIX,  IT’S NO SECRET.  That our STOCK la the MOST COUPLETS ever Drought th A Mon. We md ehuw you Something New aa oftoo an you (mil im  CAPtPETSi  Tapestry,    Body Brussel*,  Ingrain,    Art Square*,  Hag or Hemp.  HVT CURTAINS!  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  IN RUGS:  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Ladies ilk# to ae* tim Nu went and Pinnal in Hon#* Decoration* Un* Earnest way to ie* them U to Call frequently at our •'•tabifefcaieafe, whether you wieh to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL  FALL GOODSt  AiiirrHi* urn rn  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMERE*,  JV8T Rec RI VRD PU*  fall weak.  AIRO A FIR* UN* OF  Cloth for Overcoat*   _TOU    NAU    AID WINT**.  E. Ta. BORCKMANN.  Ak.     I I  a, "J  A    f y *• W   * X?'* * ;  i t. i'  I y ‘ ' „  • -iii  ‘■--.JI. . .          25#^     TUR FIX RVT H* .TRR  I  Radiant Home,  TH* HHT It AKI) DUAL R ASR BURDI*.  Superior,  r ' f     *'“t coo* erovF. rad* rut*  I Cl- W KIM SI kl) FOK FIVR IHARA.  ii ii. ill 0 F F n 4 4’ N  I go and IDS K. 8 LOON D Bf  t   

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