Alton Daily Telegraph, November 11, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

November 11, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois OLUME 30. ALTON DIED VERY SUDDENLY. Tragic Event on the New York Stock Exchange. a WELL KNOWN OPERATOR'S DEATH PAPETERIES, \BOX TAPER] FINE LINEN STATIONERY MT Pat up in large white envelope*, IO sheets our beet stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only velope. Also: assorted, of 10c per En idtr One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheet* of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c per bes. •ST* These Select and put up especially for OUR tar shades: Superior Writing Papers, made and TRADE, include the following popu- WHITE, CREA JI, I* E A V. II, V RIMKUS K. IRISH It 0 N I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE. MT Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. IffiT (Jive these Goods a trial and you will •onsiderable less in prtcj than you have been with quality. And that they are paying, consistent Mr. JI a bim Si rut Sara Falla to tit* Floor !b b FII and Iiplrw Ila for# tho Arri val of a Pity alala* --A (arming Cabio* from Abroad Caam m Rapid and Hoary Deellaa la St ooh*—A Wild Day oa 'Ch aa po. Ntw Toes, Nov. IL*-A flood of alarm tog cables from Loudon aud Paris, predicting dUnatere lo tbs markets there this weak caused a panicky feeling In the stock exchange. Ising before th* opening brokers tried to make amies of stocks, bat coaid not Aud buyers, and aa soon aa tbs signal for beginning bunt nasa was given no offer* were made, but every bld, no matter at what yrlee, was at once flied. This selling canned Manhattan elevated to fall from KW to Vi a decline of H pey ocHL Western Union fell 5^ per cent. Other atocha, aith the exception of the Vander blite, fell from S to 6 per cent, Heath ef J maim SI rn there. A few minutes before noon a most tragic Incident occurred. Mr. J*mea Strothers, a well known operator, fell to the floor in a fit. Hie Taos face was ashy* white, and before a physician coaid Im called—in a few moment*, in fact—he had expired. Il a dead body ley on the floor surrounded by the broken for some minutes, Not a word was spoken, but the I brokers with uncovered beads waited for the officials to aeL His body was presently removed lo his offioe on Ntw street. The officials bad an unwelcome task to [x-rform Oa the last and only occasion when death entered the exchange, business was ut once suspended for the met of the day, baton account of the situation Monday they officially coaid not clone the exchange and at DhflU bust nasa was resumed. The Mar hot Hero a*** Quiet. The rush to sell after the recess caused by the fatal incident caused (ha lowest prices of the day, but, with the exhaustion of th* selling orders whish then ap peered, a number of tbs brokers who had (wen heavy Milers in the early dealings turned and bought heavily. A rally ana Bom antler way, aud at I JU p. tit the market was quiet, with prices I to X per obol above tbs lowest of the day. Lie teas anoa made the greatest recovery. The Vanderbilt stocks have beau firmer than the list, and Northwest and Lake Shore were wet I held and did not euataiu any material decline, Coroner Levy decides that James Struthers’ death was caused by tbs bursting of a Mood vessel In hie brain. Money ie in urgent demand is the luau crowd and * per cent premium in addition to legal in iv real is now bid. C. J. Degfenhart, 101 and 103 Third st., Alton, III. IF YOU NEED — A BOTTLE OF — Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Conmoline, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, GO TO —o— MARSH’S DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET. That our STOOR hi th# MOOT COMPLETE aver Drought to Alton. Wa aas abow yon Something New as if ten as you onll in: CARPE7FS: Tapestry,    Body BrusNel* Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. „ ITV OTJRTAIM8: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portion Tiy ff TTO n- Fur Moquette,    Smyrna A Oriental. linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Tjniio* like to aes the Newest aud Finest in House Decorations. Easiest way to see them la to Call freousntlv at stir aatshtt* wha tbs r you wish to buy or not. Travel!** Nm Are IndlgeaaL RKATTt*. Wash.. NAS. ll.-Great Indig nation Is txpresssd among traveling rum now in this ciiy at the retaliation of authorities at Victoria, Bino* the passage of the McKinley law a very American drummer doing business tn Victoria has bren required to pay a I ieee ae of flan. This only allows him to sail goods by sample nntil Jan. L whee every foreign sairsuinn must pay a tm of Mow (or tbs privilege. Friday last eight aa lee mea including three from New York City and one from .San Francisco named Kramp, were arrested and each fined (OU and costs Tbs drummer* who have returned from Victoria report bu ti new dull, sad advise alt members of the Traveling Men's Protec tire association to keep away from Victoria MRS. PARSONS WAS ABSENT. ta ti ae wet I na of the Fourth Anniversary of the A uereh Ie ta* Karen I Ion. Chicago. Nor. IL—The graves of the five executed Anarchial* are hidden under garlands and roeea Twenty or more societies are represents*! by tbs floral offering* that mark the spot in Waldheim cemetery where rest the remains of Parsons, Spies, Ling*. Fitter and Ko gel. Two thousand people visited the spot Sunday and Joined in the memorial exercises that took place at ins remet cry, The day wa* observed a* tho fourth Anniversary of tile Anarchists' execution. Not, ll, naff, four of them paid on the gallows the extreme penalty of the law, tits fifth one, Lingg, having anticipated the gibbet by suicide, For the third time their friend* and sympathisers observed the day with a parade ana speeches et tbs cemetery. In spite of a lowering sky and a chilly wind, with their coo-comitant* cf muddy streets, fully 1,300 wert In the procession. Tool* its XmI Flag Dows, Mrs. Lucy Parsons is absent iu New Jersey and did not participate I n the ceremonies of tbs day. Friends had, however, run up the red flag on her house at WI Hammond avenue, and It floated there until Patrolman damp, of the Irving Park •tatIon, happt-uad along and ordered it taken down. The order not being obeyed Jump ase--ii'led to the roof and pulled down the flag and look it to the station. COL BAYNE EXPLAINS, What He Has Democratic to 8ay of Landslid* the HE HELPEO FRAME THI TAf.*HW BILL Lucy Far•<>»• Vary Mark. Newark. N. J., Nov. IL-Tbe An ar ch tat a who resisted the polios when the latter arrested I.ucy Parsons tor Inciting a riot were arraigucd Hat im! ay morning, together with Mrs Parsons I he woman's defiance was all gone. and she was suave and poilu to the Justice. She pleaded not guilty to the charge against her, but, with Knglsbart, Hammer, Simon Gordon, and August Melter, was remanded to appear (adore the grand Jury on Monday The five other prisoner* were flued HO each and eent to Jail for ten days FIRST UNDER THE NEW LAW. at resea (Caveat Ion of a Murderer City, Cato. CAHOW CiTV, Cola. Nov. IL—Notsrtn fJriego was executed la th* ataU penitentiary at 6 o’clock Saturday night for the murder of If. C. Underwood at Trinidad last June. The execuii rn wss tbs first one to Uke place urn tor th* law re quiring the death aentence to be carried oat within the wails of the prison aud prohibiting the press from publishing an aooount. Tits state prs-wa however, disregarded this claus* in the law. Th* hanging was guarded so wail by Warden Lamping that It was after midnight im fora it became known outside the walls Th* condemned man mate no statement from th# gal lo wa and after bidding fare well to hts priest th# rope was cut and hie uack was broken, death resulting almost instantly. The body was Ukvn down in fifteen minutes and given to bis friends, who will take It to Trinidad for burial. A ad Claim* The* Ignorance sad Ml»rep< reseatatlea Were Ilia Great Faster* la th* Late Kiev*tee That Canard the De-feet af th* Re pa hi lases— A Few Words with It-pr« cantative Kerr A heal th* Ostloek- Presidential Timber W’ashur* to* Cl Ty, Nov. ll -ft pre san attv* Hayne, of Pennsylvania, who helped frame th* McKinley tariff bill aa a member of lh# ways and moans cum mitt**, Is’ In Washington He say* that ignorance and rn tors present at km were great factor* in the elections In an in Urview Col. Hayne said that the cauas of tbs Democratic victorias wa* the fact that tins is an “off year " Th*federal edition bill, ba said, had no effect secondary only lo th* -off year* cans*, whil* misrepre Sentaiion* about tbs new tariff, helped U produo* unfavorable rmniU In Kepubii can districts. -There is no likelihood of the Republican party undoing what It hee done it) the way of a consistent revision of the tariff simply brr sum that revision has bosn misunderstood. Th# bill will Stand so far a* the pros*ut congress to concerned," said Col Hayne. TH* Hr n*te aa a Rn I wark -In the next congress tbs Democrats will be tumbling over each other with free trade prupoeuloaa Tba senate, with a small Republican majority, will be looked upon aa a bulwark against this sort of legislation, yet it may not answer th# purpose in every instance. Th# vote* of certain western itepubllenn senators on the McKinley Mil make* (bvt fact sieur. I think ihst the greatest danger lo the present tariff act Hee In a suggva-t»o* mad# by Senator VsaL Us proposes that tbs act he dislocated by th* ps»s»ge Ola number of special bills, aud not by attempting a systematic revision In on? bill embracing all I bs schedules. Maw It Might IU Uh* “For la-'anc* a bdl could bs pawed re paling the duties on tlr pts'* Then an other Mil providing for tbs rep**' of the binding twine duties. Many of such Mila souk! ba passed aa it might ba thought expedient to rend to the senate, and each one would appeal to soot* toter e«L lf carried oui it would bs a -y-r of break.rig th* bundle of sticks un* stick at s Hum " REPRESENTATIVE KERR TALKS. Tsmar Girls al Saratoga. Saratoga, N. T., Nov. IL-One hun. died and fifty of the young lady student* of Vassar oolieg* came from Poughkeepsie by special traia to visit tho beautiful and famous representation of the “House af Paaaa at Pompeii, burned by Vesuvius, A I) TV " Bo many Vassar girls h-fe at one time was an entirely new experience tor Saratoga. After four boors delightfully spent in tbs -Ilonas of Psoas" and among the ruins of Pompeii,bopcrlntend-sat Van VI let, who had charge of the excursion party, summoned the young la dis* into marching order, sad they took th* train for return to Vases* and to their studies. A New Steamship Usa Galveston, Tea, Nov. il-A steamship line, to bs kiowa as the Chicago, Galveston and Booth Americas steamship line. is soon to he Marted. A syndicate of Chicago and Gal v«. ton ca pl ta I Ute ars behind th# scheme. Th* object la to Soto bilsh a weekly Mas of steamers bat ween this port and th# port* of the Centra] aud North Booth American state*, connecting at t’arthagaua with the railway ayatemat that point, which is being constructed southward, This line of steamers will give the Booth and Central American* connection through this port with alt th* railway Here to the west sad mirth wast. It Look* Like BlaekatalU Booth Actu*, Mass. Nov. ll.-There ta a lively acaudal in connection with the anti for (HO.OOO which Arthur Hughes bring* against James Tuttle for alleged alienation of hie wife’s affect ion a Mr. Th til# is TS years old and Mrs Hugh** La not yet hi. In addition to his advanced age Mr. Tutti* I* handicapped by stiff knee Joint*, which oompai hun to a** crutches Urn ha hat got a tow hundred thousand dollars in th* bauk and eta* where and la abe af th* leading men in th* town. Ha has a wife aud two children Alleged Bmag|lere Arrested. Port Towxssxd. Wash.. Nor. II.-Jean Mat thai* and I ski ta Terril, owners of the sloop Athort Roes, were arrested Bator- from British Columbia They were re leased on bali A large quantity of opium was seised on board th* steamer (My rn plan ca ber arrival here. There ta much smuggling of opium going on, especially since the duty was increased. Sea*atlaaal (tread of Ft ••mise Casa. Chaster. Pa, Nov, 11.-Bam u a1 U Clayton, son of Judge Clayton, of this ally, who Is ou tbs av* of marriage with Mi** Kveiyo Pard ridge, the daughter of a millionaire pork packer of Chicago has besa sued by Miss Alice Goodly, a Bomb Cheeter school teacher, for 910,000 for breach of promise Th* matter ha* created a social sensation. The •etabilsh mint, A. J. HOWELL Few ad Dead tai a Wall. Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. ll-Mrs Cath* ria* Fart is, aa elderly lady agad BK year*, who resided with her family at tm Rahway avenue, wa* missed from the betas Monday lamming a search was inst! tut*.I aud her dead body, clothed only lo a night dress, was Iou ad at th* bottom of a well in th* yard. Mrs. FarHn ha* been acting strangely for some lim* and it Ie brU*red ahs threw hserelf down th* well while suffering from temporary aberration of th* m’nd Ordered Ah Ma I* Leave. vin KKD xxv, Hash., Nov. IL—People here bec*dm tired of a Chines* colony, whish numbered about twenty, sad Bat arday ordered them all to leave A com mitt** of cttissn* called on the Olean als, who quietly (tacked up and departed. The town followed th# example of Tacoma and Seattle, which don't permit Chinamen in th* atty limits. THC FINEST HSA TKF. A Trifle Over I (*## Cant, Chicago, Nae. IL—J. F. II a ret, representing th* London Trust company, la an interview amid that th* patches** of American brewer* by foreign syndicate* amouutad to hut little over I per seat of the brewing property It this country Of ti.* ’JOU brewers In th* United Buts* th* foreigners have secured shoat sixty representing something over forty ccm-pastes. Duster* for Senator (p*WMr. KAD Claire, WI*., Nev. IL-When Senator Spooner spoke bere Nov. I he said that th* dust of yean had gathered on hi* law hook* sine* bv want tote the Untied Bt at** »e i ie ta. Democrats hare have shipped to Mr. Spooner at Hudson two enormous feather dusters, with a note attached saying that ba can now dust off thus* books. A La** Featery at Serest**. Bema WUN, Pa., Nor. IL-R. Martin, of New York, representing th* Nottingham. England, lira firm of Wootsa, Mostly to Clifton, was in this city Haturdsy com plating arrangements for tbs location of a large lacs factory here It will have a caph •■a1 stock of HWU.OW, and will manufacture annually MUI.duo worth of laos. Me Ha* Munethlag t* Say Ahwal ('residential Tim ber (ar (SVS. Wasbikutov ClTT, Nov. ll.—fteprveao-Ulirv Kerr, chairman of th* Democratic stat# rauipaign connu ti** of Pe ua* vt veto**. l#fI Washington for his horn* Mon d «y. Mr. Kerr said that no organised af fort had been made to put Pattison In bomknation tow th# prvddenay in ISH/ “Thor# is sot yet even an uadajvarrenl la that direct*©**," ha added. Th* result af lh# sleet iou would, bs said, pat Speaker Heed out of tho presidential rec*, but It would not shelve Mr McKinley, who might, said Mr Kerr, ba alas tad governor of Oil la st>d thus I we* rn* * prominent factor la tbs Republican programme Greatest Mea la Mi* Tarty. -It lea### Mr. Rials# tbs greatest man ta his party ’ ta# cont laurel, “lf he wants th# nomination, he can certainly get IL so far aa I can see; nor do I think that It would bo sec**aary for him lo leave th# cabinet to Income aa avowed candidate. A* for th* Democrat^ It ta hard to pre do t th# nomine#. Cleveland’s popularity w.th the rna*e*« Is tush that lf th# nominating i <>u veal iou were held to-n>orr#w, ha would bs oh wean standard bearer with » rush * Mr. Kerr pronounced the force biti -dead a* a door nail* COAL. Tile Famous Gillespie Soft COAL deliverer! at five minutes notice In any ot the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the West. HARD COAL la uU mIzob, Delivered at Lowest Market PrlceH, Quality CiiHiir passed, CUT NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street.' TELEPHONE 84 ANT! 31. THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COAL, CORK OR WOOD. Combi Qed Coal lf HA* KVM ) MODICUM IMPI VKMKKT -TUE OX LI PKKrBCT- and Wood Cooking Stove And for beauty af nails. Mads. rrereu* #>n»*rf<K,|*ua °f ‘    simplicity    and    imretdlitjT'Ynu    *™e"    a**J8# PITTS    Sc HAMTT.T., Bolffi Agents. FALL SUITS. I AM HOW KEADY TO Ft URISH KY KRY MAN IM ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, maim, rpm Mr Kist*) Mat a Tim ti flail Clk VKL AXD. Ohio, Nov. ll MnJ. Will- ism Mc Kl akey wee ta tbs city la confer am*# with ex-Congressman Amos Townsend and other Kapublicans The object of th# conference remains a mystery aud those who participated claim that ft only a meeting of pareonal friend, without say political signiflcaaas. “Who iu your opinion is the foremost candidate for president among the fi pu boca us! Map McKiuley was naked. "I know cf no candidal* except Harrison* "Are you in tbs field tor President?* -Net sir." "Are you a candidate tor Governor of Oh k»r “No, sir, I am sot a candidate thing, sad I want that to anders! cud." .LOTUS (SKLKCTKD KMPKCIALLY FOR J PAIjL WEiAR. 4§r Ct”; Ut TMK MOOT STYLISH M AXXKR, fcflff. With. Perfect Pit, AHD At Figures that will Please AIL H. O. G. Moritz. for any- dtoatoetly Harku. la Willin'. W AWH.sa TO* CITY, Nov. U.-H*pra-Mutative OnKhwalts, of Obit* whu I beau nominated by all of the Democrat ire | and many of the Republican newspaper* of his district for speaker of th# Fifty-Mound congree*, says that, whil* bs bad sot aanouneed himself as a candidate, if th# mem tiers of th* next house should de ta-rot I ii* (hat he was th# proper person for the boo or, be saw no reason why is* should not accept ll. He amid that the Fifty second congress woald changa th* bouw rule#, and attributed the result of the election, to the McKinley bill, th* fort* bill, mud th# me lh <Hia» <*f ouoilucUuu bus!* employed in the ho ut*. Julius H. Raible Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer m WINES AND LIQUORS. Having removed toy between Plaza and Belle to lite busmen* Siree a. to my uew building I shall devote my Ne IIC FoRitk, entire nutation WHOLESALE SALES Of all kind* of Wines and Liquori. where all DEALERS will CM H to their Interest to Purchase their Supplies at Radiant Home, TIII HKFT HARD COAL BASI BU Supe KGF* nor, Bino lay Will Km Talk. Niw York. Mov. IL—Usury M. Bias fey •ays bs will say bo more about Maj. Hurl tab* aud the rear guard until after hi* Ant lecture on Tuesday next. Ha will not ana war th* criticisms of Mr. J. Rum Troup or any other of he v Ae#re of th* the guard, iaterrlewv with whom were primed iu tbs papers J t (aff MUST I* K RF KUT COOK Back* VI univ ViV*. S2m E MADI Mkt HAI at W AUILA XTKP FGB (IVR TK ABA. H. A. HOFF* ANN, ire)    1 na SB         J IOO and IO* B. gJSOQKD BT Shot by a Yaaag Fares (tar. Bloom I mu tom, HL, Nor, IL-Farmer ttobwvo it, living ever this city, was shot and dangerously wound sd by a boy named Bray, who wa* ordered off the pisa*, where Im wa* huatlug quail Ha alala a Lei al Haney. Pa HK am Buno, W. Va, Nor 1L-T. Hill MarshaJL th# c-wrt at the auditor’* •Urn at Charleston now going over tho books of Circuit Court Clerk Ward Clous ton, Mys th* thefts steadily grow moan numerous ae bs proceeds aud It is bow baiwved that th* total of the defalcation will reach IKM,(KG Loa kl ag (ar Diker Aahs. VV Aam nol o* City. Nor. IL-A number of Democratic congressmen who will aet be ms rn hers of tba Flfty-eseond congree ha?# announced themselves aa eau J id ates for offices at lh# disposition of tho bouse, Cimgnaamaa Frank Lawler, the defeated Democratic candidate for sheriff of Cook oouaty, lits, will 1* * candidate tor aer-ffeant-ai-arws of tbs house. Congressman J»h. Q.ta„. rf X.. York, I. Mwubm for the house clerkship, tither congree*-men have heretofore an dc mined amidid acy. Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Largest and ever brought to this 'Dent Kslaiiiished. Most Select Stock of City—on baud,—sad Call and Examine. Fine WINES and LIQUORS a complete Bottling Drptrl- their Julius H. Raible,el SSL*! * FALL Dlefl While Bm (taste Home. KASSA* CITY, Ma. -v. IL-H. R Mill*, private b inker of this city, a man of grant wealth and infl iction la thi ooniwuaity, died yesterday while aa rou * I. nu* from Now York, whirs bs had been iwwlvmj medias! aid. Death ut rn Base Mall Player. •    Ma,    Nor.    11. —James BUllto, a no*ad bam bail player who r*d right laid for the Buffalo club a lo—    *    * lo *g tim*, died hare Sunday of ty- pkoid farer. iff' They Gave Manatee a* Ovate**. Haw aloha, Nov. IL—Ka Premier Sa-Ko*ta, woo to making a political tour of th# coun ty, received an ovation hers Munday, ob hi* arrival h# ama carried fiorn the red way station to kl* c irri*** nu tho ah ou dvrs of th# crow , Turn tilt horses ware unharnessed ami the earring* WM drag;tai in triumph throughout tbs •treats. Belle and Piasa sis GOODS! The News and Courier, of Char]**ton a C., to opposed to th# election of a southern mao as speaker of tba bouse ta lh# next congress, ft think* sort bren Democrat# should OOO tool. Ai* ’ I HUK urn Off CLOTHS, WORCESTER! CASSIMERE), JI'XT K BCR IV BD POR ^'ALL WEAR. ALSO A riHB UNB Of Cloth for Overcoat# —_ _   FOR FALL AMP W1HTRR E. L. BORCKMANN. ............... ^rrika ;

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