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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 News Notes and Gossip from Over the 8ea.  THE 8TANLEY-BARTTELOT CHARGES  What th* Fall Mall Gasett* Ma* t* Say af th* C«*trov*r*jr—Th* Relation, of Mexico and Aailrht-McalltMt mark* of Marshal t au robert- rh* Ba*. **““ Pea***!#’ ln*urr*«tl«n Beppree,**! -'■*|llib Co*a*Bt *a th* Aaa*rt«aa Election,.  PAPETERIES,  [BOX PAPER]  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  LONDO*. Not. JO.—Th* Pall Mall Gazette, referring to ilia Stanley Barttelot cont rove raary, sayst "Stanley a chargee I agslnat Barrtelot and Jamieson can not I ba allowed to rant, especially aa Stanley I himself ba* denied bi* own statement* In advance In th* letter dated Aug. Si, and published Dec. SI, be declared that the horrible at a terne ti ta in connection with Barttelot and J a rn ie* oq were aim ply inconceivable none*nae and sea** tional canard*. In me face of bl* own emphatic denial he is bound to produce  1  every scrap of proof that ha can to sue tain the charge* be now make*.  Th* Biplosion of rn absit Kills Os* Ma* sad I«J*r** Other*.  Statin Island, N. Y, Not. lo-Fri-day afternoon a abel I ca plod ad in a caao-mate of th* lower fort at Fort Wad*. worth, killing on* man and injuring four >t her*. Th* mea were at work "tapping” •halls, wblcb con.I.ta of    „ h(>lll|   with powder and getting them ready for uta. Ie is not clear ju»t how tbs accident occurred, but It is believed that some lcioao powder got into the primer and when the cap, were being p»*d in position th* powder exploded the shell.  Th* Last Kit*ii Dig    Week.  Th* last aboil was a bout to be completed and Natbautol Chapman wa* standing in front of it, wh*u It exploded and he was thrown with great force against a stone wall, lib nock being broken and part of the abdomen blown away. Ii* wa* dead when picked np. John Davis, J. J. Keegan, George Hairnet* and- Cook.    who  were in the casemate at the time were more or leas injured, but they were all a de to walk to the hospital to have their wound* dmast* I. An investigation aa to the cause of the explosion will be held.  bun rmm auain.  The  Female Anarchist Placed Behind the Bars.  JERSEY LIGHTNING STRUCK HER.  COAL  IN A HISTORICAL TOMB.  FOREIGN MISCELLANY.  tm- Put up in large wb*te envelope*, IO sheets assorted, of our beet stock, with IO envelopes to match. Duly 10c per Envelope. Also:  wr One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to- match. Only 25c per box.  WT Ihese Select ami Superior Writing Papers, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shades:  WHITE,  CREAM,  PEACH,  P R I M It 0 S E, IRISH BOND, ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE.  Halation* of Melle* and Austria.  I xiv dom, Not. IO.—It la reported from Vienna that a second proposition has bren made by Mexico for the renewal of diplomatic relation*, which hay* been suspended between the two countries allice th* emperor and Archduke Maxi milian, brother of th* Austrian emperor, wa* executed by the M-xicaaa at Quere taro in 1NB7. Vienna banker* and exporter'* are hopeful tbit the proposition may be agreed to, as the diplomatic raptor* the ufTifet of giving tic r rn ut) v an I IU mf na*, advantage oyer Anuria In Mexican monetary and commercial ret at iou*  Minister I.lur.,I,,'. See Flared Hralde the Bemata, el MI* Grandfather. FPKiMurtg.Ut. III#., Not. M.-Robert T. Lincoln, minuter to th* court of St. Jam.., arrived lo th* city Saturday morning with the body of his ao t, young Abraham Lincoln, who died abroad arr era! months aga He cam* in a special car over the Wabash road and wa* met *t th* .tat loo by the rn in ber* of the lincoln .Monument association, a ho escorted Mr. Lincoln and th* remain* of Mi son to 0*k Ridge, where the body wa* deposited in the mon ii meat erects! lo the memory of the boy’# illustrious grandfather. The final I ferment wa* without ceremony.  Toenete IM rat os.  PABIS, Not. ta-The So lei I publish#* dispatches from Tonquin which report th# prevalence there of piracy. The marauder* do not htsitate to attack th# French outpost, with alarming frequency. Tho ex.atroce of these disorders b««» been kept quiet, Tho Sole!I'* advice. cay, I-ecauwi of the fear that knowledge of this might tend to defeat In th* chamber of deputies the projected loan oy the french government to the protectorate of Tonquin.  tm- Our Urge quantity purcb»sed of these SELECT Goods, enable, ti. to maintain our LOW DOWN aud POPULAR prices, although all l'apettrief have advanced from 15 lo 25 per cent.  • live these Goods a trial and you will find that they are •ooeidtrabie less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality.    °  O. J. Degrenhart,  Attempted Lynching U Pa la.  FABIS, Not, IO.—Recently a man named rooty and his wife, assisted by their too, beat to death th* lover of their daughter, who wa* discovered in th* girl'* room «t night. All thro* were acquitted at the trial. Whit* fearing th* wart hon*# t he  rf I icns r«*rtd     ..  discharged prisoner* aer* aet linen by ma  mil cr'— 1  ~ 9  ——• - —*  inc*n**d crowd of p*upl* who attempted to lynch (hem Th* police were, however ■ncroaefol in releasing them, hot only after they had been severely punished by th* mob.    *  101 aud 103 Third st., Alton, 111.  IF YOU NEED  — A BOTTLE OF —  Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosinoiine,  A Good Healing Salve,  Nice Soap or Perfumery,  OO TO —o—  Don't Seem ta l'*.*nlM4 (/a,  1.05 IV'N, Not. IO. —The ignorant of Eng. huh writer* on A mer lear topic* is illoa-tra’*d by nom* of th* comm*ut* in th* palier* regarding the American election. It la declared in more than one editorial th* President Harrison and bls cabinet ought lo resign ‘‘now that th* country baa repudiated their policy.” Th* idea that Hie American governmental -rn*rn is radically different from the Kagllsii seem* not to have occurred to the** writer*.  Death of Minoa H. ti.,*.  PtTTmrno, Nov. IO -Milion B. Goff, chancellor, of the Western university, st A o’clock hatnrday iii urn in/. Mr. Goff wa* about CJ year. of ag* aud was widely known aa one of the mon popular educator* of toe day l).-*tb wa* caused oy Injuries receive*! white Tilting th* Carnegie mill, at Home.tem! on th* day of the British Iron aud steel aug near*’ •tedexcursion. Mr. Doff fell into a .loch breaking one of hi* tex*. Th* shock Irom th* injury prostrated him greatly. Th* wound wa* bealing nicely, however, and ll was believed ibm he would recover when he was again prostrated by an attack of pneumonia, resulting in drill*.  Jiff* 11 ®* °° ff  *•***• ■ widow aud tjftvu children.  Young {fear I# Mea.Ute*.  Washinoton City, Not. a —Postmaster Genet si Wanamaker ha. directed P„*t-ruaater Sherwood, of the W’a.hingtemt'ity poetofllue, to .tupe-d Mr. Merga.ei A W stkiue, a clerk at th# general (fellvery window, for using offensive toug.iagc toward* Hichan! Quay, th# »ou of Henator Guay, of Peiin.ylvan.a    Young Uuay  a»ke<i for hi* father’, mail at th* de.ivorv window and some one standing near re-mm. It goo* to th* dendi«tier office now,* and Mr* Watkins, who wa* on duty at th* window,  I boughless I y repaatal the rems rh. Mr. tguey, it is said, seemed lo regard the matter aa a joke at th* time, aud walked Away smiling.  MARSH S DRUG STORE  C**r*h»ert»s Slg*ld«a*t Remark*  London, Not. IO. -The Berlin paper, comment bitterly on a reported .tai* men! of Marshal Cant ohm, of France, that he hope* "to see the dry when the regenerated French army will roll back the German rank** The German Dree, Argue* that white .ach a* nu men ta are openly altered by men high In the coo. Hence of the French people and govern* Blent ll ie adless to talk of ta rope ai. arming.  ITS NO SECRET.  wro _ ThAt  u  oar  I*™* *• the MOOT COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton BRO show you Something New as often ax you in:  CARPETS: -  Tapestry,    Body Krustebi  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Hag or Hemp.  ,, , IN CURTAIN’S*  Dado or Plain, Lace or Portion  I,, u    HTJGrS:  Lur Moquette, Smyrna Oriental.  Hon I anger Ihum mm Aggrege.  Pa His. Nor. IU-An sd dr**, ha* been tour! by Gen. Boulanger to the voter, of aignancourt in which they are advised to abstain from voting Th* general ad mite that ha *rr*d in accepting th* a*,i*t-anes of the eon se vat! v*#, and eotifeM**. that lie should nut bar. lilted 2T55 professions of good faith. He will he my*, hereafter devote himself exciosivelT to th* Cana* of the people.  * apprend th* In,err**iln«.  London, Not. M. —Advices from the wmth ^ Hu..!., by way  of  Vienna, ag, that th* peaaaal insurrection ha* besa entirely suppressed and th* leaders mm-ver*ly punt*bed, fifteen of the chief lT-• urgent* betag  p « t  death and about fifty BUW. beulah*! to the mines of north western hi he ria About VUU pea, an ta were killed in th* varioua encounter. with the military.  (Cleped with Japan*** Almira!,.  Ann A it Soh, Mich., No*. IU —Two Japanese student a of th* Michigan uoivrr ally have created quit* a s*usatioa by eloping with two American girl* Th* Kuteut.ro Fakuahima aud Reitaru Tok uno, both of noble fa mil lr* and graduate* of th* towdep.rtment ham ***,  y, " P-     ®    °f  lh * girl,  wa » Miss  #    # f  Ypsilanti, who hi quit* young,  o good family, and very handsome Th* other woman wa* considerably older and well known among certain circle. The •loper* were traced to Betrail, the. to ioAsof, whence all trace of them wa* lost*  Th# Chief of Foil*, of Newark, N. J., It*lira a* Order Agata*! Mer Speaking Which Sh* Attempt, to Dltnbey—A Number of Anarchist. Arrested, Hat Herr Moat Know. How to In HI. Leg. nod Get. Away.  NBW Tong, Not. la-Persistent attempts by Mrs Lucy Parson-, th* widow of th* executed Au.rebut Parsons, to rn A* an in flu rn mal ory speech to a crowd of 2,000 persons la Newark, N. J., Friday night precipitated a riot. Til* police used their c lub* with terrible * fleet, beside* arresting Mr*, Parsons and nine ira der* of the Anarchistic crowd on charge* of inciting trouble For aweek pact circulate having scaffolds for bur der. bar* been spread about Newark aa flouncing for Friday night “a marting to I*# beld in Banger bali, nuder the direction of th* (Tatted Workmen’s order, in memoriam of the martyr, of the working people, who were murdered by law lu Chicago, Not. ll, ll»T.» Th* speakers announced to be present were given aa Lucy Farson* Hugo O. Pentecoat, aud John Moot.  Mew Faison. Warned.  At the time set for the meeting Most Mr*. Parsons, Mr*. Schmidt of this city and several other female, of Anarchistic Bote were in a saloon adjoining tbs ball, while outside over I,UUU person* had ae-aembed. At 8 o’clock several men started to go into th* bali. Police Caph Glory politely I u formed them that they cml Id net enter brcnue* of an order ironed by the chief of police. Then Mr* Famous mounted the high .lei* of th* building aul introduced herself to th* crowd Glory stood up end Beld: “Mr* Parson. yon had better not et tv us pl to ape* k, as trouble will ensue, « u d I will beoomprlUI to orreel you. bb. turned and defiantly tried; “I will *p--sk, I am Lucy Parwtu*-arrest me, th* I* what I want."  ■«*vr Meet es th. Ken.  At th<a in»t.at a smooth fac-d young man who stood near her ebouted loth* crow,!: “Mill roo, citU-na. be imlBii-dsted by * handful of policemen* Own with th* police.* Th* captain scti**1 the fellow ami the ural instant was etuniiwl  was felted by a detective sod both nu ti were rushed to the station boas* The crowd breams threatening, but within Ave minnie* .bout forty policemen sc nvBd |g patrol wagou- and charge.I lh* rioter, with drawn dab* Many he-* Lr. were apili by ti e heavy night .ticked there was a wild aero mb!* to get sway. Amang th* first lo run ass John M -et who ten I ha saloon ss soon a* th* trouble beg*u, and did not stop legging it until lie leached a Bedford street saloon If which an Anarchist organisation hold*  Weekly mealing*  Mr*. I* aes sa* He hied th* Bar*  Them be drowned his mortification | u  brot aud luveighed .gainst th* po He, white til* latter were arresting nine of his follower* Among th* first person, taken Into custody wa. Mitt Parson. She ««• taken to police headquarter, la a earring# to avoid th* sroad Rh* refuted to give her age, .aid she lived at W Ham mood avenue, Chicago, and wa. put in Broll charge.! with loci.lug to riot. Mrs. Patior. refuged to be interviewed. Th# prison af th* Fourth Product station bow*veg, „„g    th#    ehoute of th*  •^Aged Ansrcbieta. They toughed ..el sang and were glad to talk.  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at live minutes notice in any of the city. Barns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the  West.  HARD COAL  In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed,  Biff NOW. BEFORE THE BIG MUNCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Helle street. 7   TELEPHONE 84- AND QI.  y;  THE OMAHA  ro  «£'SM u '  —    -THI ONLY CK UK KOT- ,  Lorn Dined Coal and Wood Cooking 8tovff Mid*  ..lf ■AgifEKf MPDBBN liiiM.vs M >me .^7*9 ObUVff FO. Ba I rpMMBg, Wiectioa or    •^TOBb.  of Caetlac, Ferfeciiun ..f UpSm^i dmSjteSeaa/Rf  tu f    *f    I'.rn Uh, la*  Preemiu^nt _psi    a    lieu,    HmpMltp and Durability, tui. glow* vt ttov*  PITTS & HAMILL —  '•OIB nape • Btaasis  Agtont».  vf A Leg.11..,, Seereteiy.  Wxsiiimotov City. Nev. IO —Senor Don Frederiec V’o!|<\ aecrotary of Lbs Costa Kiron tegatiou to tbs United Slates died •t his residence In ibis city of poeum* ma batnrNtoy mroaing; At the tim# of hi# death Senor \ olio, in th# atisence of Min-iater Zeiedon, wa# acting aa charge d’*f tetrs and minister of th* legation s. Uor   Vollo wa* about » y.aroof ag- Hew*.  cottfliiad to bls had four days only and bis death is a surprise. Don A os* I mo Vol lo A cousin of th* deceased, now attached to (he legation will become acting mmto  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  "t?    u..  wh,th*r you .uh lo buy or not.     nU y    **    °®    Mtoblkhmmt,  I ehappy Lo* et u* lUul.,, Jew.  L.JKDON, Hue. la—Tbs Hesston polio* at Vt arow have intercepted 800 Polish Jews who were about to emigrate from the eoontry to escape th* pr.secutiua grow-iog out of the recent uke** Ti,. grants were forced to return to the Til-“ Ke * Ahruce they came, and will ba ob-  A. J. HOWELL  Freueit (Aes el Kdasaage' BUL  I ABI*N v. lo -< ’onmnentingoo th* L|. murnte retaliation bill. full trau.;,^ til which It quote* and which it call.  rotoblishing obligatory ptosouing.'* Ihe .tedr aik. what Kurope will reply t 0   14 bop*# Frauae wHl ea-tabiish astrict examination of American product#, especially Chicago pork.  Radiant Home  THA krir ii . ut, .o, . .    _______  HIK HCII USBI) COAL BAIR RUttDgg.  Superior,  HIK MO«r i’KKFICt'T GOOK i-TOVB Ma fir «■>,  MAI. KU VV A Kit AM LD YOH HVK TkAttX.  Joke Orth Hag HU Wile Al*^  Loxih/w, Not. la—It 1. tesraed that th* A-tbduke Joba of Austria, or as he cie furred to to cai ted. John Orth, wa. pained ob hie voyage to Boath America »*> hie wife, having besa married in London last spring shortly before sailing. It  ‘••“PF* - * 1 th «* •*»# perished wtto her husband in shipwreck  Ais ferws* Orewaeg,  U»»«. Ko*. **—Tbo mtilp EtfKJkb*tb  eTiIiStZJTSt  T *"' '"-"-i. ■»  ■lr. Waeaiuaker's Big Loa*.  PHH.AOKi.riiI a, Pm, Not, 1(i —Inquiries poured Into this city Friday night f,urn  j k* - T** 4o-b *  of ,  lh *  c uulr f toking shoot John Vtanamak-r md the cause of LU   11     •»*!*!    hero  * . . I,    '•     UMt     ‘A    Ally    liom-  cial trouble ami tint th* motley I. tnt th. extension of his legitimate business. Ti*# •tory goes that th* firm of John Waue-taaker he. borrowed M SOU.two during the last week and that rn ,t of the mom-v ha* been secur.-d in Philadelphia Th* Atoxy has excited toostderah^h comment  IH phi tier la Cle### th* hekeoi*  Blo>misgrow, nu.. Der. la -Owing to th# pro val an cc of malignant diphtheria Among th* ch.idren et Lexington th* pub.  Ile schools of that place have been closed.  m , ^teTkfl , !I!J?** lU ^o* ,r ‘ , ocrurp *^ *«d  «AAAy rhlldreu ar* iii owing to a suctx*-•ion of maUguaot rorliuncle* Professor Jet*, superintendent of the achoo is at  * ,<WI b, * u  ^uipelSed to reaun ami Profwscr Ii >vs t  I of *ori-st ha* t m - 0 ’ Appointed totbe position  Hat tsai et Them Are la Jato  >*w Voila, Not. la—Th* Anarchial* are rash lug preparations on a large a ale for a meeting at th* toto |yo„u.u in M>rtte ktreet, Hruokiyn, and aa a reeui* th# unfortunate persons living in the ™gbU> r buO|l ar# coneideratdy aiarme-l  Stool riot. Mm .am# speaker* who w, re ‘ba meeting la Newark ar# lilied to speak in Brooklyn. Circulars have town d airt bu ted by the thou mad in this eity ami suburb# advertising the meeting and calling upon the A Harsh sis to respond. A rod Aor u dtsul.ve.1 mt the bro I of the circular, which state, that m be tbs th.M anni vee. wry of the murder of th. C hicago mer-  fall suits.  I AM Now KEADY to rannfiff IVittY MAN IN ALTOM WITH A  WWIVM HHH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  HADI ri» »M /LOTUS I8KLKCTBD ESPECIALLY tutti  pall wear.  Cir; IN TMK MOOT STYLUS MANNER.  With Perfect Pit,  AMD  Drew th* Cater Usa  Cincinnati, Ohio, Not. IB.-Th. com mitts* in charge of th* banquet to to given in honor of th* Fifth Keniut-kr stat, council. Catholic Kutohta of xltl at, Nov. ll at He Mary’s tall, Covii.g Ateoug other gu -su, Dan   e ' ,,U ’ r ot T,,e An *« r   iron Ca i hoi to irtbuna of Cincinnati tome of the otUr invited gneaU te.rntnx '*• * MI  si ated to mr ui tors ag the committee that they  At    that    will PlpaNe,'JAIL  H. G. Gr. Moritz.  J ulius H. Raibl©  Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in  £^Sa*5SrwINES AND  •rrong feeling ha, .wen crest.*!, w uc*. ' may mar the ttmceaa pf the banquet  Keel ferocity with Newfeaaglaad.  NBW Yore, Not ia-Pro.id.ut Kv., Thomas, of the Pmalnro Kichaoge has  •em au offl. is! ten*, to Secretary Blain# fawn.* reciprocity with Newfoaodland.  if tVu"  l r:r Mr  T! ,u * ij ^ ****^to-vai  of Ok dutiM UT mid ,i,*h* fs.w York cliv thed tetris I. Hog router for Newfoundland products, while (hat island would buy ©hr broad*! uff«.    *  H. A. HOF FM A UN,  IOO and IO* E. SECOND VT  A Beu lee Fria** Walg.*,ar.  CuftNtlA&BN. Not. la—Princess M.h-I 'liTx*  Prio * Weldamar at D^ ’    *****    ' lrll    v ® r ^l    of    «    to.ie chill  rt^ml a u  U ^ my  “  Tor °oto Si, Ttoma* Galt, co to J ne (to* of appete a*.  «b*Ad that BUohali. the cond#m£Id mal  dtttr, I* not competent  M  awSSmSI  ;Sfii...*.? uh. M  Hotsoo fey hi. Nuiksr.i.-Ue,  Ma BK NBO. III*., Not. la-Morrill Dean a farm hand living near Harvard, was ar* rmted sad brong.n here F U iy charged with an attempt to po *oa h* , r v - j u . few, Mr* Jsu* MeCaratrwdt, I, pgsMag  arZT'Z?,; "r •JS .u  u ai I, Hi r life w „ Oily save I bv th-tfatsiy aid of physic;# <*     1    J     h«  Tbenk.giviug Fre.lam-.llw*.  WattuxoTex V.TY, Nov. A-Th.  Dr *. ha* issue I apr-c.aec tut setting  JJArtThBmUr.Kov. 2T,  Nrmetae et Jobs Hoyle O'Reilly.  Bioton Not. la-Th# romaine of John Bo) i# (J Hrillj aer* im cr re I at Holybood cemetery Bria.klyn Friday. They Vero  roui a .« lh *H trr  lhe tou,b  *  V * lVmr >  cemetery Burial was strictly private  Bt’uljr A few of th. immediate family betog •vat I he mouuiaeut U an liam*,.,* Ider Imprewdv. , u lU   Atte tom Ii la at (hr base of the boulder •toe  CO ** t ' 0cUd  •« K.w Hampshire  ■..liter Sbeparg’s Liberal Gift.  Nxw Your, Not. lo.-Cot  ttaoW y  Bhrpard and Angulus D. Shepard have prorontcii to the American Bible aoeleiy bouds, mortgages god cerilflcatm of aloek Bf tho par value of MU* mil fit, which is rn  Freteetlea ta Chill.  fJL V a UK *  Sot ' Information Ws. rocrivwi bere Friday that th* Pernvlnn government had paused a new tariff tow to take cdf ret Fete I, !«)!, i apow iag a tax of ii rout*, Peruvian silver (A  l#lllj>  , JUr  money), per pound on ail t ^ Ur ,.  toT^au*  7 W ‘, th thB  ° b ^ 1  « '^courag-lag native production.  More Gheetly ttmight.  Fowr Mauihon, la., Not. IO. -When daw  -Cr     -   Mn tb, 0O»«UlMr of tk,    tun    .  ii “Xi^sSetw? St"SSS T’  sssrtirarx ultjbs,  WHOLESALE SALES  2!th!  k ‘, n t ° f Wlnei ,nd     when)    all DEALERS wil* i-t to   tlkiIr  Jotere.t to Furc-baae their Supphea  at  UC,l| ' tW5 w,1 ‘ H  Strictly Wholesale Prices.  rr.r’brou^TfJ Si cm. ^ f‘ ock  , #l Fin * WINES and LIQUOIU  mot KktabUah,,!.    fe?" 1     *    ^Ming    u^ut.  Julius H Raihlp J 16  ‘ Fourfh ’ ^   ___J_     nd ‘ u ^)Belle andPiasa st*  FALL GOODS I  At    _  AMOTMJU LOB Off  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS AUS CASSIMERE*.  41W BICBX VED POM  B'ALI. WEAR.  ALAff A PINA LIMN Off  Cloth for Overcoat*  - - , f ■ ■  E. lborckmanC  „ , . ■ -jrShdhfk Jai Ca., j’/tdSs.'k. lh ,, .ate* gggk ,< . a ...    ■'    ■    -    -iSttld..    -    v    .   

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