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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON OLtTME MONDAY KOVEMBEB BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY News Notes and from Over the THE StANLEYBAftTTELOT CHARGES What the Pall Mat Has to flay of tho of Moxllto and Be marlci df Mnnlml Bus Peasants Insurreotlon Buppretied Comment on the American Pali Mall Qa referring to tlie StanleyBarttelot says charges Barrtelot and Jamleson can not ba allowed to especially ta Stanley himself has denied his own statements tu In the letter dated and published he declared that the horrible statements in connection with Barttelot and Jamleson were sim ply inconceivable nonsense and sensa tional In tho face of his own emphatic denial he is bound to produce every scrap of proof that he can to sus tain the charges he now FOREIGN ACCIDBNT AT FORT the Explosion of a Shell One Ittan and Injures mr day shell exploded in a case mate of the lower fort at Fort killing one man and injuring four The men were at work tapping which consists of filling the sheila with powder and getting them ready for It is not clear Just how tho accident but it is believed that some loose powder got into the primer and when the caps were being p in posl lion the powder exploded thVshell The Last Shell Did the The last shell WHS about to becompieted and Nathanlal Chapman was standing in front of when it exploded and he was thrown with great force against a stone his neck being broken and part of the abdomen blown He was dead When picked John Kee George Heirness and who were in the casemate at the time were more or less but they were all able to walk to the hospital to hnve their wounds An investigation as to tne cause of the explosion will be Female Anarchist Placed Behind the JERSEY LIGHTNING STRUCK IN A HISTORICAL Put up in large white 10 sheets of our best with 10 envelopes to Only 10c per En Also quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes Only 25c per Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades n v v C R E A P B I M B 0 S IRISH ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods enables us to maintainj3ur LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices although all Papeteries nave advanced from 15 to 25 per Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they are less in price than you have been consistent Wlttl JUftlltVe 101 and 103 Third IF YOU A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO JHS DRUG STORE Belntloni of Hexico and is reported from Vienna that a second proposition has been made by Mexico for the renewal of diplomatic which have been suspended between the two countries since the emperor and Archduke Maxi brother of tho Austrlah emperor was executed by the Mexicans at Quere taro in Vienna bankers and export ers are hopeful that the proposition may be agreed as the diplomatic rupture has had the effect of giving Germany an immensu advantage over Austria in Mex ican monetary and commercial Tooquln Solell publishes dispatches from Tonquin which report the prevalence there of The ma rauders do not hesitate to attack the outposts with alarming fre Thu existence of these disorders have been kept Tho Soleils advices because of the fear that knowledge of this might tend to defeat in the cham ber of deputies the projected loan by the French government to the protectorate of Attempted JLyuohlug In a mnn named Ponsy and his assisted by their beat to death the lover of their who was discovered in the girls room at All three were acquitted at the While leaving the court house the discharged prisoners were set upon by an incensed crowd of people who attempted to lynch The police however successful in releasing but only after they bad been severely punished by the MlnUter Sou Placed Beside the of HU minister to the court of St arrived in the city Saturday morning with the body of his young Abraham who died abroad sev oral months He came In a special car over the Wobash road and was met at the station by the of the Lincoln Monument who es corted Lincoln and the remains of his son to Oak where the body was deposited in the monument erected to the memory of tha boys Illustrious The final 1 was without Death of Milton Gnft 10Mil ton Goff of the Western died at 6 oclock Snturday Goff was about 6J years of age and was widely known as one of tho most popular educators of the was caused by Injuriei received while visiting the Carnegie mills at Homestead on the day of the British iroa mid steel engineers steel Goff fell Intoaditcb breaking one of his The shock from the Injury prostrated him greatly The wound was healing and It was believed that be would recover when he was again prostrated by an at tack of resulting in death Chancellor Goff leaves a widow aud ttoee ITS NO Rag or Body Art Tk j JSiB Dado Lace or Dont Seem to Understand Ignorance of Eng lish writers on American topics is illus trated by some of the comments In the papers regarding the American It is declared in more than one editorial tha President Harrison and his cabinet ought to resign nowthat the country has repudiated their The idea that the American governmental system Is radically different from the English seems not to have occurred to these Cunroboerts Significant Berlin papers comment bitterly on a reported state ment of Marshal of that he hopes to see the day when the regenerated French army will roll back the German The German i argues that while snob sentiments are openly uttered by men high In the con flence of the French people and govern ment it is useless to talk of Europe dla Boulanger Issues an address has been Issued by Boulanger to the voters of Clignancourt In which they are advised to abstain from The general ad mits that he erred in accepting the assist anee of the confesses that he should not have relied on their professions of good He he hereafter devote himself exclusively to the cause of the T the from the south of by way of say that the peasant Insurrection has been entirely suppressed and the leaderTse verely fifteen of the chief Burgents being put to death and Younjj Is WASHINGTON GeneralWanamaker hits directed Post master of the Washington City to Margaret S a clerk the general delivery for using offensive luuguaga to wards Hichard the HOD of Senator of Young Quay asked for his mail at tho delivery window and some one standing near re marked Hes It gois to the deadletter office and Wat who was on duty at tho thoughlessly repeated the Mr it Is seemed lo regard the matter as a Joke at the aud walked away Eloped with Jupuiteaa AHN Jap anese students of tba Michigan univer sity have created quite a sensation by eloping with two American The Japs Fukushima and Reitaro both of noble families and graduates of the law department here yaat of the Miss Fuller of who is quite of good andvery The other woman was considerably older and well known among certain The elopers were traced to then to whenoo all trace of them was Death of a Legntlui WASHINGTON Frederico secretary of the Costa Bican legation to the United States died at his residence In this city of pneumonia baturday motaliix At the time of his death Sonor in the absence of Min ister was acting as charge daf fairs and mlnlstar of thu Senor Vollo was about as yearn of He was confined to his bed four days only and bis death in a Don Auseimo Volio a cousin of the uow attached to the legation will become acting Fur Moquettev Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa T t our HOWELL Unhappy Lot of the UuuUn Jew Kusslan police at Warsaw have intercepted 800 Polish Jews who were about to emigrate from the country to escape the prosecution jrrow ing out of the recent ukase TMfemT grants were forced to return to the ages they and will be ot whcthw you wish to buy or Radiant TIIM UKflT J1AUD COAL BASH Vrnnoh Idem of the Bd munds retHllatlon a full trunslaUon of which It quotes and It calls 2 law establishing obligatory prtlSffij ThoSoIr aakawhat Europe will reply8to sue i n It hopes will eg tablish a strict examination of SwrtpS especially Chicago John Orth Had Ills Wlfo Is learned that tba Archduke John of or ag he pre to bo John J Jg to South America by wife Lavlug beon married don last Waiiumakers Big Loan poured Into this city Friday night fiom all sections of tho country asking about John Wauamaker and the cause of bin was stated here that Wanamuker is not iu any finan cial trouble aud tnat the money la for the extension of hlx legitimate busluass Tha story goes that tho firm of John Waua maker has borrowed during the last week and that most of tbo money ban been secured In The has Diphtheria the to the prevalunoo of malignant diphtheria among the children at Laxlngton thu pub lie schools of that place have been closed One or two deaths have occurred and many children are ill owing to a Bueets of malignant Professor superluteiideut of thy schools at has btuu compelled to n aud Profeiwor Bovarrt of Forest has appointed to the The Chief of Police of IHUOS an Order Her Which She to Number of AuarchUu Hut otoit Knows How tu Use HU and Gets NEW at tempts by the widow of the executed Anarchist to aninflammatory speech to a crowd of persons iu Friday night precipitated a The police tiHid their clubs with terrible besides arresting Parsons and nine leaders of the Anarchistic crowd on charges of inciting For a weak past circulars having scaffolds for bur have been spread about Newark an nouncing for Friday night a meeting to In Sanger under the dlrec tlonofthe United Workmens in memoriam of the martyrs of the work Ing who were murdered by law In The speakers announced to be present were given as Lucy Hugii and John At tbo time set for the meeting Most of this city and several other of Anarchistic note were in a saloon adjoining the hall while outside over persons had At 8 oclock several men started to go uto the Police Glory politely informed them that they could not enter because of an order issued by the chief of Then ParBons mounted the high steps of the bniidlnK and introduced herself to the crowd Orlory stood up and said you had better not attempt to as trouble will and I will be compelled to arrest you Sue turned and defiantly cried I will I am Lucy Parsons arrest tha Is what I Huir an tho At this ant a smooth man who ntood her shouted to th crowd Will Vml dated by a handful of pollcemeuf with the The seized the fellow and the instant was stunned by a blow from His assa was felled by a detective and both were rushed to the station The crowd becamo but withiu five minutes about forty policemen ar rived In patrol waitons and charged the rioters with drawn Many beads were split by the heavy night there was a wild to get away Among the first to run was John who left the saloon Us soon as the trouble aud did Hob stooging it uutit he reached a Bedford street saloon which au Anarchist organization holds weekly Parions Behind the There he drowned mortification Ju beer and Inveighed against while the latter were arrestingnine of his Among the first persons taken nto custody was She was taken to police in a cart rlage to avoid the She refused to give her said she lived at 009 Ham mond and was put In a cell charged with inching tp rarsons refuHed to bu The prison of the Fourth Precinct station rang the shouts of the caged They laughed and sang and were glad to Hut Sorno of Them Are In JolL NEW Anarchists are making preparations on a largo sale for a meeting at the Ulior lycoum in Myrtle and as WHOM living the neighborhood are considerably alarmed lest the affair will terminate in a small sized The same speakers who were to addreM tho meeting In Newark nre billed to speak in Circulars have been distributed by the thousand in this city and suburbs advertising the meeting and calling upon the Anarchists to respond A rod displayed at the head of the which states that the meeting will be the sary of the murder of the Chicago mar Drew the Color com mittee in charge of the banquet to ba given In honor of the Fift The Famous Gktllespie Soft COAL de liverecl at five minutes notlceln any of 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 310 Belle 84 x THE OTWA W A FOB BURNING COAL COKE OR sou FALL SUITS EVKBY MAM IK ALTOW WITH A H A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADE FPM 8BLROTBD ESPECIALLY lOtta IN THK MOST BTTLISH AND At Figures that will Please Iteolprooity with wiinau NEW van of the Prod uoa has offlclnl letter to avorlug rociproolty with in the wttur Thomas tba removal Icnn Catholic Tribune of Cinclhn of the other invited guests lea S of this fact slated to members of the committee that they wonld not afteu 1 unless Rudds Invitation was withdrawn 1 he committee ami strong feeling has may mar the auocess of the Kcumlna of John Ituyle OBellly BOSTON remains of John Boyle OReilly were Interred at Holybood cemetery Brooklyn They brought there from tbo toinb of Calvary afew The monument it boulder Impressive Iu its mm 1 he tha of the aud Is conbtructed of Nc Editor Nhepanti Llbernl Gift NKW Elliott Shepard and Augustus have prewnted to tho American Bible mortgages aud certificates at will Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND WHOLESALE SALES Strictly Wholesale S cKL mi 1 Flna Irottotloo Iu recolvad bore Friday that the govBrnmout had passed a FALL GOODS IXOTHBB Um Of WORCEJITER8 PuUon H u Dean a farm hand llvlujj near was ar mUMl und broitglit luiro wltb an attuuijit to jiolMou Jane McCarmuuk V stryohiiluy in a cup o wiuo UrWl A Suu lur rolk4 iuto theoowoatolierQf 100 Md 10J9 SEOOND   

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