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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME TUESDAY NOVEMBER 129 BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY of lOc per En One quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes Only 25c par Put up in large white 10 sheets our best with lOJenvelopcs to Only Also These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades P E AC P R I M R 0 8 ENGLISH ELITE LENOX tST 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 pur BST 1iire these Goods a trial and you will find that they are considerable less in price than you have been consistent with 101 aud 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 ner AGENT BOTTLED Goods delivered to any part of the city free of S of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Southeast cor BRUEGGEMAN Tailors and Gents FALL A3D WINTER SUITS Made to Order Prices tlmn other Tnilorluir House In the Good Perfect Pit Call and Examine Our Stock Before Buying Ill THI WORLD Gladstone En Route Home from CANE PRESENTATION AT A Short AdilreHA to tho Working Peo ple Bt Wnlnaley rutting KrltUh Trnnpi In Irelnnd In Prepara tion for Any Kmergitucv Wlilah OsheaPMrnell Other Ituini from Over the 4 Gludstone is en route liOiie from reccptliiiH buvo beeu nccordud him at anil At Dnmlce a Cmimkteo stepped from tfae midxt of tbe great jrowtl aotembluil in and about the a iuiuii and presented tbe dtfitingulshed traveler a walking stick of fccotcb mnorirtls und aUo with nn elegnnt Innulioon bahkit flllod with When Peebles ruachtd a great numbjr of pressed about the train to gruel ntid cheer One of their repre cm ilieir prmrnUd Ihe expromior with 11 hundsome traveling rug Lord Uartlngton Mot A short Hiop was made and Glad Htone briefly aclilresseJ the nsscmtiled Ho snil tlmt Lord Hurtingion was evidently not well satisfied with tbe result of t he teaching of big doctrines us Huch results wera pxamplifled by recent The only tliu speaker which now remained In Lord Hart ingioils wax whether tbe time bad quite arrived to surrender what WHH left of tho the broken down followers of which were almost Ir iievnbly demnralizjd by elbctions which timi proven most satisfactory to the THE MILITARY IN A In Heirs That Sorae wliat Dnlfour has been actively engaged in extminiug the condition of the peop e in the districts most likely to be visited by Wolscley bus been no loss active in the of the troops ntid In putting the ItrillHh forces in Ireland inrcaliness for any service that may be commander of tbe forces in Ireland nan for a nnmher of years Iwea a sinecure I el I by some Imngeron of the royal tbe latest being Prince Ed ward of a German with an English wife having a strain of royal Hard at Prince a goodna tured was content to draw the piiy nnd leave the hard work to his subor just when the government shows n determination to crush the Niilionnl league and the campaign the ablest English takes the pi nee of the princely the rvglniiits are s rengthenud with recruits from Eiig land and and the military es tablishment is put on a footing in prep aration for any e of the imperial one of the trained horses suddenly and viciously attacked the manager of the The manager was knocked bllUa and trampled upon by the animal lu full view of the mnugled him In a horrible Thecrnrand his party abruptly left ihe Tbe tturapeded and tho performsnoe was Four Diiyn In n KteaiiiHhip Penn of the American from OoN arrived at Qui enntown 0 oclock Monduy morn ing and proceeded to ThomaA reports that during the voyage the Pennsylvania passed through a hurri cane lasted four Once the vessel wns boarded by a heavy which smashed one of her lift It was found advisable to keep the passengers below docks during the sixty hours while the storm was at its It WM Contempt of the magis trates court Monday morning rick member of the house of commons for the north division of Mona and a defendant in the conspiracy cases attempted to photograph a witness then testifying before the Al though Mr OBrieas subject no the court decided the attempt to a contempt and sentenced to one weeks imprisonment therefore Wnnti to Die In A rumor Is current that Dom Pedro has notified the government jf Brazil that he no longer wishes to considered as making any claim on the He only deiires to be permitted to die in Many VesoU Prubnhly Sunday a fierce gale net in along the Devonshire coast and the storm still rages Wreckage is being driven anbnre and it is thought that dhaRlers have occurred off the The 0SheaPnrnell It is will testify lu his own and the de fence of in the coming di vorce MI of and will abso lutely deny It Is rumored that ihe plaintiff has in bis possession written evidence that may impair Par nells OShea will reply to her husbands allegations with counter Altogether the affair Is about as nunvory as it cm biv It Is tm lerstood that London Times will publish a report of the trial In pamphlet form for circulation in Europe and Amer The French Tariff 4 new French tariff bill which is now before the chamber of deputies contains one striking feature which ofon 1 much no wiiicn g tn the president aud the cabinet fun power to to as great extent in tlmy choose upon articlei exported to by any ountry which discriminates against Kreuch or In any way erects jarriers against French trade WmitH Stanley to Speak Nov brother of the Afri can traveler Jameson writes asking The to assist lu prevailing upon Stan ey to publish the whole of bIn case against the roar guard Instead of until iverythintf has been s on the other I IKpresent con r ho givog Stanley the advantage of pieieuting a ase for dead nun to Doesnt Want Foreign dispatch from etersburg says that Ihe czar has been leuply irritated by tbe advice and Inter ortmco of the foreign press and preachers u behalf of the Hussiau aud that ils who is personally lu favor of he rigorous enforcement of the antl lowlsh has given directions that no leniency hliull be The Vlilt to czarewllcb will i his arrival bo met by Emperor Truncis Joseph who will entertain him ut he Imperial Tho czar has given ils to tbe nbandoumettt by tho isirewich of bis inognitj while In tbe Austrian Mount Etna 1 are from he vicinity of Mouut Ktna In dread of n ostrucllve Tbe mountain has jeen rumbling for NOIIIU weeks aud nlriil conn throws out of Shocks of earthquake buvo also jeen A CninatiKK Uninil 4 liuko wlio bvcftHO during lha icenturiny manoeuvre I VolhyeiK ow completely parulyzad and In A coma There Is no daugur of a loleut cil lliallnrd tliu N Gladrtlone llHVilllf Ixivll H lor lliu nfhVu of tiiu University ot AUrdiin liuu fell cumpulltfd ducllne ihe honor owing to advanulng All Just to the ap ach of an interesting Mary Anderson will not return to America for some An de CHIMP ill Napoleon once an ilde decamp of tne Emperor Napoleon is SUPREME COURT InterStatu Commurco ConimUHton the ItHltlmnre anil Uhlo WASHINGTON ice Fuller announced in the supreme court of the United Monday tha he court had decided to wait until Ju Millers taken his sea before hearing the caio of the interstat commerce commission tbe Baltimore and Ohio Itiilroad involving right of railroad companies to give re dnotid rates to theatrical Th and company allowed reduced rate to theatrical troupes and tho in erntat commerce commission brought the mul UT into court on the ground that it was violation of the interslate commero The lower court decided auaiiis the commission and the case was carrie to tbe supreme Chief Justice Fuller also ninouncet that the vacancy in the Eghth judicla circuit cause by the deitliof Justlc Miller would be filled Browe until a new j istlco is Shot n Fellow MAYS 4 opening day of the deershooting season was unfortunately marked by a fatality bus cast a gloom over this locality While John of was hunting in the wiods above Delle bis attention was attracted to something rustling in the bushes in from of Thinking it was a deer he flret at the bat on going up to ascer tain what was the effect of his shot he was horrified to find that he had killec Jay of Kwings a fellow The uufortunae who was about 85 years of age and unmarried was literally with anc his death was Arrival of Dillon and OBrien from MANY LETTERS OF ENCOURAGEMENT lt H linliiid N UIB course of olroim which was by the nnd The AlmrclilBtn Will Anarchists will celebrate the anniversary of the hanging of their five Fifty representa tives of as many red flag societies met at Greifs hall Sunday to arrange for the celebration to be hold The socie ties will meet on Market square at 1C oclock of tho morning of the celebration and march by circuitous route to tbe Wisconsin Central and thence by train to Waldlielm Speeches will be made by Processor Garside of New and Jao It is expected that men will take part iti the c Frnnd In the Indian spe cial to The Journal from says There is a report that Agent of tho liorobnd has been suspended for frauds lu the Indian cen The now census taken by special agenlB Is said to hnva disclosed grave The Kosebud Indians do not take to the Sun Hotel SAN was discovered at S lu the morning In Hentor Cos pnint shop under the Grand The Ire xprcad rapidly and the hotel was soon In fl There was great excltment among the guests but they nil escaped Tho hotel was entirety The loss 1s esti mated at over Hi JO Monument lo movement bun started to rnise a monument to Matthew the path finder of tho whose contrlbuilons to maritime science have been a blemlnx o the mariner and lo Senator Chandler Is said in IIP it wirin of a government oplatlou lor the mon uuiuu A Failure at Holt wholesale dealers In dress and fancy trim mings at 178 nnd 176 Adams filed a voluntary tit 10 Krnest Kohl In the conn y court Monday morn The HSuts mid liabilities aru uled at loliiy Iliinin to WASIIINOTOK by Attorney Uin eral M left over rallroHil lor tliu home in Indiana Ht 10 oclock Mniuly The prnldunt ic ivturii Uv Frnm Parts of I lie United gluten anil for Victims of the VimBjrt Arrival of the Bteunislilp Hmall on Ueolnlon In the Famoun fiiilTiir Trnxt NKW Nov 4 Parliament ary Fund unsocial i gavo H reception to and Uiilon and the others of their party woo here at th house lay nl Among tinSK gnes H present ex M lyor Uoose and Ju Igcs FitZj old tipeches were imidu by Mes Sull vein and iho m the Insh reply lo an address of Inlet with William UU ion spent tU whole moriiuivi ai IIOUHJ retviving ra nnd uoing a large iKcumula timi o mall Irom all pnrts of luc btntts aud in cuu verbaiiou witu u said the mail thus tar received eonuilmil hundred of letters ul eucourHgement and He could not give any detlultc idea of the programme to be lollowud by the Irish party after visiting BJSIOU and but said It was among the possibilities tliat It would pruvule fora visit to 1 c nitinued OBrien that is a little risky but I doubt very much whether the imperial antuorillcs would attempt to ar rest mu un Crtiiadlan Vun see It would incur the expense of siuding me back to Ireland at tue cost ol tuu British An Old Story for But an Irishman can never tell what is going to happen and arrusis is an old story In uiy publw my arresL would cast a stigma tipun Ciinnda which i gravely would be accept able to the Canadian Ana would naturally lu KUOW the why Canada wutilil be for that purpose with no ivqucsos ot ulikecliar acicr has been made euner to tne govern ueiitof France of ttie It would open up a very delicate aud im portant question Ujtween Great brlluiu and Cauada whiuii 1 would no care tn in advance ol He thought that himseif und pany would probabiy remain in States until In tbe a num ber ol Irom Irish noddies were received THE VISCAYA A Vessel ou the boviiu Looking for JTIout Ing NEW 4 further news from the tc uu of the Viscayu aster off ha received in this No oodles were found the altlougli the agents have made arrangements for the thoroughly Tuey will be no ti fled at once by teiegrapli if any bodi are also sent Hi tug Fred Dulzell down to the scin wah orders to cruise about the piace lor week at ami loot lor any Itjatinj Two chirks of the Him went ulou to uid in ideutldculloa and send lu dan reports of tha Sniulll ox on NEW 4 steaniKhl Irom pont ar rived here Alon lay morning vatii ove Italians and oilier emigrants a boar otui anehorod oft quarauiuiu and her tain refused 10 allow the oflicer to board liersiaiing thai there pox among the Health olli cials will take charge of Lao sick passim gers und quarantine them and aficrtvur tiitt The Famous GHltspIe Soffc COAL de livered at five minutes notice In any ol the Burns to 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 Dorseyfe Mann 310 Belle TELEPHONE 841 THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COKK Oil ONLY The Fun liugimiliiff In Giitlin NEW On win rams issuer by Uniltd btaiea Commissioners ami incu were arrested liuic or JOt of them were re eitnod on aud tho le muluiiig lad were lockoil up In lliu Five hundred warrants weru und nil bo heivod under the direction of Chief Supervisor ol The Sitifar Triut NEW In Ihn supreme cuii i Inu down m de clslon In ihii trust The judge says a receivership only proper utic necessary liui lu the of the ontirl not only oiio ljul two receivers should be riuyvd While NEW lHyud chess blindfolded nt tho titaten Island Crkki1 c nli with three men sim Ikwon iwo out of tho hree Ho did not oommlt a soli tary Joe Cohurn Consumption NEW Sun say Joe the once famm In dying of and bis friends tuiuk that ho hm bin a short time Iuy Ihelr OIK yearn he armeia of Low township have refused to my 1 hitnwnnhlp authorities had of tliu und in they re tired to give It It was impossible to who tintaxpayers By a lever h the sheriff hau ob nlned ponwHaiun of und those who liould piiy will bo huy will ieriaiiily resist to the dtiuth und rouble is paper ItHok lit lll 4 paper that la UA Von dtr Aues nfunlnl organ ere Bnyn Unit a member of the old J ban with the amd 111 captain luui manage the team next New Hunk nt The Ormh nnlu Mates that ther will soon bo es Hblshed In a new bunk to tN known tint Asiatic It wll ttve u on pi i nl roubles ni i ni H iTN 4 Buffalo Uurn m inueiiui fiit lar aI mother of culf wuif IIH ir inn North Uauttlu fiver ii IsVlirufku iwvvral Combined Goal and Wood Cooking Stovi IT HAS EVKKY MOUKUN And for beauty 1erfectlon of Simplicity and this ItaMH PITTS ITS NO Trial our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We oan show you Something New at often as you call hit Body Art Rag or XIV Dado or Lacj or IIST Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see the Nawost and Finest in House Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL FALL GOODS ANOTHBIl LOT WORCE5TER8 JlIST KKCKITKD AND A FINB UNK OF for FOIt 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