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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. NO. 125 r.i iiiwtiivl' it mm ULiilPOIUilb 111 UU HULL/ Welcomedoby Great Crowds of Enthusiastic People. OPENING OF THE ART EXHIBITION PAPETERI.ES, [BOX PAPER J FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up in large wb*te envelope*, IO sheets assorted, of our best stock, with P'Jeovelope* to match. Only 10c per Ku-relope. Also: B^Ooe q iire boxes, cootainiag 24 Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c p sf box. se#"* These Select and Superior Writing Papers, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shades: WHITE, CHEA M, PEAD H, PRIM ROS E, IRISH R 0 N I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT ELITE LENOX LINENE. BUT Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enable* ut to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all Papeterie* have ad talced from 15 to 25 per ceut. mr (Alee these Goods a trial aud you will find that they are sonsiderable leas in prier than you have been paying, consistent with quality. G. J. Degrenhart, IQI and 103 Third st., Alton, III. IF YOU NEED — A BOTTLE OF — Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosnioliue. A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, • -o— GO TO —o MARSH'S DRUG STO! Th# Groat Commoner Makes aa Eihsaa- tiro Spraeh la Which Ho Fay* KU Rs- » peels to th# McKinley Tart# Hill—Sn Interview with T. F. O'Conner—The ha# Fate et Fora Saaaoallteh—Other Fe reign Meta* of Intercet. Du*DKX, o^. Al—Mr. Gladstone arrived in thle city at bood, and wan mat at the alation by the provost and the council Aa immetue throng of people surrounded the station and extruded far along tbs approaches tharsto. As soon av the tall form of the great commoner wag discovered by the crowd a mighty cbaer went up. But eery few minutes were spent In the exchange of greetings. and after Mr. Gladstone, the provost, the councillor* and the distinguished guest* of the city bad taken their seats in the waiting ce rn agee the order to march was giv-u nod th* great proceasien moved rapidly forward to the city hell. The line w as a loaf oat aud «onu prised almost all th* municipal, military and sivle organisation. Pride and good taels had i ow Slued to eg*** a most brill tao t display ta th# decoration of th* build lugs OU the street* through which the procession moved. Opening of th* Kshlhltloa. On arriving at the city hall Mr. Glad •tone ess conducted to the couudl chara lier and there presented with the freedom of th* city of Dundee, the parchment being enclosed in a silver casket of el* gent deign and skillful workmanship. Vt hen the ceremonies at the city ball were completed. Mr. Gladstone and hie hosta re entered their carriages and were escorted lo the art exhibition. Here the crowd was so great t bet It was with some difficulty a fro* pas,age-way was kept open for the ors'or of th* day and hie companions. Within th* building every nvaiiable foot of epaoe was taken up by aa audience which Bent np a stentorian welcome to the honored member for Midlothian. Mr. GI wist on* was promptly introduced to the eager throng, and at once commenced the delivery of hie speech In opening tho exhibition. The McKinley TarlW Hill. The speech was an exhaustive and abl* dissertation on political economy, In referring to th* McKinley tariff bill, Mr. Gladstone said that while ho recognised the fact that the commerce of Dundee was seriously threatened by th* enact m«nt of that measure into law he would not bring rolling accusations against th* people of the United States. While it wa* true that the enforcement by the Americans of n protective policy might causa im .dental and collateral lujury to tho trad# and c<>mm>-ro* of other count rise, it was n<>u>* tile less true that it would eventually inflict far greater injury to the material intoroats of the country adopting It. Kir*et of til* Legislation. No tar.IT, said Mr. Gladstone, could anywhere seriously interfere with or Jeopardise British prosperity. Continuing th.*vpeafcer declared that th* first af feet of the legislation referred to woald ire to raise price* generally in th* United States, thus diminishing th* national power of exportation. The new American tariff law also meant that while Great linum was driven from on* market out of twenty, it derived the benefit of th* oi her nineteen which It should control by reason af tho diminished power of America to compete therein This inability would bo due to th* in creseed pries* and increased restraint* under widch th* Americans woald have to work * Bru a sudden changs occurr* I and car Us,! be* uff , u „ »uurt time. line us I only ret ti riel from New York a few weeks ago aud he,- husband is still in that city, IstaliuM with th* Schema. Ut BLIM, Oct. BO.-Th# second loiter of Sir Charlo* Gavsn Duffy to Archbishop Croke, in whish Air Charles repeat* bis former, u logia aa of th* land purchase scheme of lord Battshnry’* government In even stronger language than bef era, ba* evoked another reply from Th# Fro*, man’s Journal, whish says that Bit i’hnriee is simply infatuated with the nu-it»nre, and ta, perhaps, unconsciously actuated by a prejudice against Mr. Par-urll, of whtob his language gives plain evidence I troth of aa Irish Feet. Borrox, Oct Mi—MI** Agnes McCarthy Moore, on* of the boot known Irish patriots of Boston, and whose poems In prats* of Erin have been road wherever the Kngll-.li language Is spoken, died bere, »g**<l 50. Him was born in Ireland, cam* h« re at an early age, received a good education aud became aa ardent advocate of the Irish caus*. She was a very clons friend of Mise Fanny Parnell, by whose side she will, at bor own request, bs buried. FRANK BUDDE, -o— RETAIL DEALER IN —O- "Wines and Liquors. —©— AGENT FOR—o— ANHEUSER'B BOTTLMD Ii KKR. Goods delivered to any part of tho city free of charge Southeast oor-nqr of Belle and Fourth at*., (Raible's old stand.) Alton, III. Chok* Brandi of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand. §~Fall Styles. KateHt INTovciltioH iii SCARFS, TIES. WOOL and DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR and HATS, 8UIT8 Made to Order at Reasonable Price*. Perfect FR and Batisfaction (iuarrutiteed, at BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s. Artistic Tailors nnd Furnishers. r ,/ ' DR GROSVENOR Bellc&P'Sic PLASTERS. TMI EEET POROUS FLA»TIBa IB THI WOflLD ISSttS" RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BAM, be. emit* a DroosM*. UBoaVKMOK * BICH ARM, Rewon. Nan. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. The Fat* of Vera Kalaoa I Itch. LONTOK, Get. IO—Vera bassonlUeh, tho famous Nihilist whose adventure# sad hardships to connection with th* Nihilist Hartmann, attracted to her worldwide sympathy about ton years ago, is dying at Geneva, wbithsr sh* sought refuge after escaping from th* dutch** of tho Russian authorities At tho tiro* -he came into notice sh* was young sad beautiful, but Urns baa robbed hor of youth and harsh treatment and exposure and consequent ill-health dee potted ber of beauty, and abe is now a prematurely old woman. Th* U'Hrlca-Dlllea MImIuu. LONTOK, Oct. to.—A correspondent of Th# Cologo* Oasott* has had an I a tor view with T. P. O’Connor on matters relating to Ireland. Daring th* interview Mr. O’Connor saki that th* O'Brien-Dil-Ion tnbwion to America bai! nothing to do with th* j*dota famine, which was the bu-1 in*** rrf the British govern man t. "Oar only OOM rn,* he safe, “•# to get money for pol ' cs! purpose* " The ut lesion eoant* upon getting 1190,00). He himself would probably go lo Canada, Dillon aud O'Brien not daring to risk arrest there. Wouldst Handle Ho fro It od Cattle. Cotta, Od. A) —Th* sailors on tho coost ing steamer F an bar, now In this port, refused to work if boycotted calli-, which the steamship company hail contracted to carry, were takaa on board. Th* company forwarded the (attle to their dssti-aatkm by train, paying the costa cf such transportation. The Landlord*’ Defense un iou will novertbekiss sue th* company for Ila failure to embark th*cauls according to coni mot,___ K« a ta ob, t rating with th* Pella Ldkdox, Ort. to. —It tai reported from Ceeatanrinop'a that the Austrian and British ani 'seaadors to th* p uts have remonstrated with th* salten on the cruel treatment of Armenian prisoner*, several of whom, including th* young Armenian who attempted to murder lh* Archpriest Huccklas. have been tortured to death in lh* prteoos of Coos) an ti no pl* Net Very Reliant# tea rom! en. LONTOK, Get 10—It appears that a recent wit id (-sale conversion of soot* we Jewish students to Chria tai;Uy la tbs anlttrd y of tx rosa was do* to tho rejection of their petition to the Kuasivn governor to be jn rut 11 ted to continuo noir etudes aa Jews Death af Uoaelesall'a Daagfcte*. Lot TOK, Usa ak—Patrice I ouetcanlt, the daoghter of the Ute Dto i * iou*.cauli, lied Wednesday quite soddenly. Ahs married a Mr Pitman sons* month* ago and had jest given Mitt to a child. It was tho ag hi that sh* had passed through th* crisis and wa* recovering rapidly Minister Lincoln Coming Rome. I AIN TOW, Oct, aa—Hon. Robert T, Lincoln, tho American minuter to Groat Bt min, loft this city Wednesday on route for New Yolk. Mr. Lincoln waa me* st Knot on station by Consul General John L'. New, Masers. Emory, Horton, Ochiltree and mom of otbem, both English and Americana, who had a ase mb led there to Iud bim farewell aud wish him a pleat any voyage. Mr. Linooin will return to Landau in January. Refused to Glee Evidence. ThtekaBT, Oct. 80.—In tho court which is trying the conspiracy case against Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien, and ethers, 8 mon Glresoo and Allo* Sadler were milled Wednesday for the defense On cross-ox a mi nation by the con os* I for the crown iii* witnesses refused to give evnl nee, whereupon they were Committed to jail until Friday for coo tem pl, dr we I* Congrats!*!* Cardinal Manning. JANTON, Oct. EX—l'he Jewish re*.dent* of England have united in preparing an add e a of congratulation winch is to ba prevented to Cardinal M inning in com mein (ration of his fee ii ly celebrated ju ii e marking bis fif.iet i year as a clergyman A New Minister t* the Cull vl States. Ma UM IP, Oct Un -The Official Guroite announces the appo.atturn! of bettor M guei initres Gusnes, now Spanish consul general at New York, lo he Spsu si. minister to th* Uuiled Hi ates, in plan.* of Senor Mnruaga, who r orally resigned, Aa Incapable King. TNK Haole. Get » -Tit* parliament bv #» vote *,t (Rf ta 8 usa declared King W - iii' in ill ai Holland to tsp iticap.ildeot longer car re dim ll*r » "Venting p -wer. WANTED A FREE RIDE. Th* Hash Aet of a stronger at th* R*ad-1*1 Railway Drpwt. RkaDIXO. Pa., Oct SO - Shortly after rid'I ii UM Tuesday night an unknown strong r rushed into th* dispatches of flee of the Reading railroad bar* and do tnanded a free pass to leha/iux When ll was refused ha threatened to fight tho official and rushed out Into the train gal-Iffy, where two engines and aa empty passenger tram of four car, w-r# standoff- -At th* pistol's point the matt drove off the rug,afer of on* of lh* i ti/tues and rn dinted th*cab himself. Ke p ng off sn "dicer with a drawn pistol the Hisn with his other hand pulled tbs thrill* sod th* eugia* started with a rush. Rara peg la th* Garbs***. Tbs locomotive crashed into the passenger car train, pushed It and the engine ahead an I off they started at a high rata of spaed. After going a half mil*, aa officer who had jumped on th* train shut down the brakes and stopped It just as a posse of officer, caught up to th* rear enc-ne Th* desperate man Ism ped from the cab sad est ape I in ta* darkness and the train wa* brought back to tbs city lite offender ha, not yat beau appro bended. Tbs hi ttd platform of the roar car was smasbsd. lit UK ii OWS GRAVE! A Pathetic Story from Pleasantville, N Y. COAL. X A MAN’S GRIEF FOR HIS CHILDREN. It Fla,tty Develaps tat** Insanity and th, RerwavMl Father Digs a Arar* Real*, Tho** af HI* Little Ones, Xwallow* • IHM* of Laudanum sad Line Dews Is the New-Made Crave In IM*—Th* Ut* ••very by THenAs. WHIT! Plain*. N. Y, Get SO.-Dr. C C. Clashy, a well-known druggist ol Pleasant villa, atte nip Md suicide Tuesday in th# cemetery ut Chappaqua, where Im th* bodies of bis two children. Me wa> found urn o'oclouM, stretched beside theii grsv. a Dr. Croaky w na about id jean old, and bls domestic Ii,a had been moat happy ui.tii th* death of his children i ye*) ago. His grief sett lad Into a tartan choly which seemed daily to grow deeper. lately be had exhibited signs of insanity a id bls friends kept him in sight rn much a* possible. Kve-y on* who knew bim understood that grief, on aecouut OI bls bereavement, wa* destroying his reason. _ Mused fins Hts atar*. Some ti mas when the names af kb dcmi children were in-ut cried he b aam# hysterical and cf late hi* Lmily had eta dioiisly avo! led every subject of sourer Salton that woul I cml spent to Blind Tuesday afternoon be was uit-svl from ha a tor*, lie w.ut troc- I to a livery st* hie w her hi- had hire I a carriage, am Ihenoe lo t ie cemetery at Ctiapp qua It was bt* custom to mike ir qie-si tis its to bis chil Iren's gr«v-s. a,id of tine those who were looking for h.m wan well aware B ii they were not pro; arad for the pathetic spectacle that met I heil gas* when they arrived there. Laid ties* ta Din. Dr. fn-ahy ha I dl-tu -ceti th* carr agr or. t 'Miriam 'bn cemetery. Hu wa- sud a ta ! it Yr form there t int tit* keep I pat-' I (tie a*teniton to bim. W .at th* ►embe,, saw when th y mr-rod tnwli bis mo iv# appear aa c'ner us da ii fbi. lie et'!.# to dig i, utwif a g.avi 1> si .« th-aw of bis children and Lav tacit' no mars A *. rave di u'er’a a; ad. wa» c oae at hand and he *ii nek in Ism • he ad Its id# one of th# lit ii* grave*, ll* ihr* w* up the earth taut ii tiara was a pit deep enough lo ho d his bely. Then hr to-a ir m his p*M brl a vt d o' laudanum, • ■ii ok the comet:: , and lay h m««df dowi Id the kfave which he had dug. In a* I nc..«»ciou, Coedit (ow. This was what bi* frienu* saw what the) arrived on t « Mor i* He was uu (on-cloine though lh* - lit of th* doe# bac produced Hauula aid prevented apoedj death. Ile was t.ik u bxtne. whei# bt i.aa at th# (ms; of <ie*t*i, a til the doc ton say J a may never ko w taut he was re moved from tho trot# tie dug for i.itnaeil beal ie tho-# of hi, c < I Mr so The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minuted notice in any ot the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Auh, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West. HARD COAL In all sizes. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality I’nsurpassed, CUV NOW. BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. THI J-: PJI ON PJ H41AND 91. THE OMAHA "VSSSLST- Kilted I* a Political Quarrel. SAH Ki.im iMxt Get. SO —James J. Allan, De:u< (erat, shot nod intently kl I lad Lawrence It-ach, a Republican on Fourth street, near Tehama Allen hod caused a number of voter, to bo cited lo appear before th* election commissioners, and when Roach met him ha accused Allen of bring an informer. A quarrel ensued ani the killing was th* result. Allen any* Roach attacked him with a knife sad he (Albin) than drew a pistol and fired two shoro, one en'arlug th* brain aud the OI ar the bro*.!. A small puck*! knife wa* th* only weapon found on Roach. _______________ A tiro at Mar Areae I od far Forgery, KBW York, Oft. HU.-Jame# a Levy, a drummer for M Gould's Hon*, of (Oft thistle street, was arrested T usa day morning and arraigned at the Tombs polio* court, charged with forgery to th* amount of 84.000 Th* firm charge* that while on th* road Levy oui ire to I money fr. m various firma due his employers, and when chacha were given him ha forbad th* indorsement of th* firm and appropriated the money to hi* own us*. Levy in hi* deft UMI claims that ha had full am bor >y to indorse th* checks Ha waa bald in #1.000 boil for examination. A Meted Sport •man Rilled at a Ocoee I a g Kansas ('ITT, Mo, Oat IO—Drory Underwood on# of th* must noted wing shots in I be aint*, p« es ideal of the Kansas City Driving park and preoidsnt of the Gnu (l ib, was driving across th* Chiengo *•» * Alton track at Fifteenth street miff o'clock a. rn. Tuesday when his buggy ** is a* ruck by a wast-hound passenger tr«| i, killl.g Mr Underwood Instant!>. D teas *! was a cut to years of aw* m . . _ ha- ttd*ro« i. Whelan liwrted. CRU too «*vt. Id—foe funeral of *x Ahlernn't Aillhu Whelan, who was shot b G «n der ii "Onaway d'indvy mo rn mg, t«» pin a We lo#, lac from At. J tv »' • .die church in thia city, and aa- atv ; I by t‘>* u I city .council and tbo< I . *«» titer people H» .im- Ba k .sill in MT aahing tan. tm r i .no I id., O I. m —Goo Janie* I* Iii :.ie, »• re lory af elate, roached hare u 1.1 SVc«J ne* I tty fie spoke in the it ct | >« to no enthusiastic sod!-a •> * • r.i leaving few (Tymouth, hero i J 4a his family on the way to VA I, i,. _ ax. PISTOL AQAi tST KNIFE Tw* Yi'HBg hit a 11* Carolialsse Set Ila i I lata* ta a Girl. rn A nu ATTE. N. C., O I Mi —Lemu* Allen, a you g mao of prominence it Ansonville, this eta a, aevum|M»ui*d Mist Grace Green* to a danes bear that pine* the other night and while lh* affair wrn ut its height Julius Tyson, an old ad miter of Mins Greens, cal ie I young Al ten out of the room. Th# youug mea prevent knew that wnfrieudiy relation’ ex tai ad between the two, aud several OI til* crowd followed I he ta. As th*) neared It * pir.ee where th* two yourn man had slopped th*/ heard them talk IBI a loud tone, ■hat ll I at Thrwagh the Tempt*. They rushed up to them, but by th* tim* tbay roscoe.I U- spot Ty*«Mi b^d bb knife oat, an i va- lueraiy carving Ai leo. I hey tried in v#>n to separate thi rival., but tbay see mad bent on killing rad other. Allan reached for hie pistol an>l with a steady aim pulled th* trigger Th# hod took rifest In Tyaon's temple Tyson Mi to tbs ground dead Adet made u > attempt lo escape, hut weal In therm cis sud |hi hi os-if up, asyla* that it wa, ta seit-def nw, and bis levi for the young woman rim >n'l#d that hr •bou Id put Tyson out of lbs way. Kseralias the Aatt-Lwtteey Lew. W Asm kotux City. Oct. IO.-Copia* of a circular have been rout out by Attorns} General Miller to Uulted BUI** marshall and district attorneys dirsctiug their aff tent iou to tho provisions of the lottery** recently passed by congress, and Instr Making then, to *|«ro no effort in its en for** men!. In his !• tier to th* attorneys th* attorney general .ays; "Every V oiatloc of this law, either by aa individual or a corporation, In th* dianemutation of lot ; tory I if# rat ire, or In any other wa} ' should bt hronpht to th* attention of th* 1 grand jury, sad whatever indlctmenn ar* found vigorous prosecution* shook follow, to lh* end that this De far! on/ bual ursa may be broken up* Fir* at Fhliarielphta. Phi La DELFKIA, (Jct 80.—Mn* boro* wert roasted to death in a fir* which do stroyed th* .tabla and a portion of th* boiling establishment connected I with th# Robert Smith I'si. Ale Brow',a* nom pony at Thirty eighth street and Girard avenue. Two men, who ar* supposed rn have aet A * to the suble, m. <«s d*4 #} making tueir eocttpe wi.il* th* watchman wa* aruRsing th* neigbnoro and flghbng th* flam*-- I si a on th* stable and saa tents, #10,UDO; fully covered by insures** Qwarr*le«l Deer SS leal* Mo»lo ut.MT. Ala, Ow. JNJ -A deodg dual bet wren two i» eg toro occurred al Low Jest jock, a few miles from hem un Monday, brott Brnlth and WUaoo Mo Call qusrt# el over 86 or ut* and earn* U hoi words so I blows They I has dr** Clouds aud (penal fir* on each other When the amoks cleated away XIoOai was de..d end Cmlih mortally wo in led Ye I USO* fee mac Yr sr* Nffw Y« ux. Ooh RI—lioo rf ( asoiti th* bell boy who atole HT,OOO, Em prof arty of two b » ut .ken, from th* raft d th* Hoi#! Vend in*, and mal a fly aeq-rioted of lore y. ha* baas **aMno«4 ta ■Cate prison t r rdu* year* W fellas? He! a ^ asg IO at*. K'kw Yon* CM. IO -Ilia World print! aa iaterricw with Daoi*i ram oat, la which he any* that the carr prtate.| j B Phiiadeiph a. teat Will.*,* c W dtn-y was* candid..ta ter th* I'lilted etal rn ■enate, is w;u>liy wf bout foundation. Mr. Lamont **y* posdireiy that Mr Whitney ta not a van 'id#* f »r the offica -tmk os i.r Perfect Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovr Made. MV URY tic UK KS I Ii I'M IV Elf MVT Ani Tor I rout* af rials* ana.,max i’^e Vudn#'ti** rf,H t,WB ° f °i > « ?r at , on. Muipliciiy and Durahlilty, this magantWve amJK PITTS Sc HAMILL, ITS NO SECRET.' 1 Tbat our HTOCK is the MOST COMPLETE over oroufht to Alton Vt• ooh show yon Something New aa often aa you call im CARPETS! I upo*trj, Holly Hrussela, Ingrain, Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. OURTAINTSi Dado or I Im i, Lace or Portier, liiV RUGS: fur Moquetie, Smyrna A Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. „ . Uke U) sen tho Newest md Fluoot in House Decora bio aa Wha Kasieet way to ace them la to ('alii frequoutiy at our Mtabhski whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL FALL GOODS! SI * I t, ANOTNNH UM OW CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMERE?, fl’ffT KRC Bl vat) FN>g FALL WKAH. ALAO a riXB UHR UN for OYrrcoitH FOK PALL AND WINTER BORCKMANN, TRK Kl*KST IIN vTKt Radiant Home, THI inaTHARD (vIAI. NAPE Bl KIiBB. Superior, tK d'fje I I KMT 'ONIK »Tt»\K MAIR. PIEK BACK* WAI. BAKI Mi Fun Pit k lh Aha. I A.HOF FE I 'N, IOO MKI IDE B. SECOND ST
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