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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY OLUME TUESDAY NOVEMBER 135 BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up in large white 10 sheets of our best with 10 envelopes to Only 10c per En Also VST One quire boxesr containing 24 Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes Only 25c per These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades P B A P ft I M R 0 S IRISH B 0 ENGLISH ELITE LENOX 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 per aST Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they are considerable less in price than you have been consistent with 101 and 103 Third IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or SHS DRUG STORE A Tragic Event on the New York Stock A WELL KNOWN OPERATORS DEATH Jo met FnlU to the Floor In a Fit and Before the Arrl val of a from Abroad Causm a Rapid Heavy Decline ID Wild Day an NEW flood of alarm ing cables from London and pre dicting disasters in the markets there thin week caused a panicky feeling in the stock Longbefore the opening brokers tried to make sales of but could not find and as soon as the signal for beginning business was given no offers were but every ho matter at what was at once This Selling en used Manhattan elevated to fall from 100 to a decline of 8 per Western Union fell per Other with the of the fell from 9 to 8 per Death of James A few minutes before noon a most tragic incident James a well known fell to the floor in a Hie face face was ashy and before a physician could be a few in had His dead body lay on the floor surrounded by the brokers for some min Not a word was butx the brokers with uncovered beads waitedvfor the officials to His body was pres ently rernovod to his office on New The officials an unwelcome task to On the last and only occasion when death entered the busi ness was ut once suspended for the rest of the but on account of the situation Monday they officially could not close the exchange and at business was re The Market Becomes The rush to sell after the recess cansed by the fatal incident caused the lowest prices of the with the exhaus tion of the selling orders which then ap a number of the brokers who had been heavy sellers in the early dealings turned and bought A rally was soon under and at the market was with prices 1 to Bjier above the lowest of the Lack uwanna madethe greatest The Vanderbllt stocks have been firmer than the and Northwest and Lake Shore were weliheld and did not sustain any material Coroner Levy decides that James Strutbers death wan caused by the bursting of a blood vessel in bis Money is in urgent demand in the loan crowd and percent premium in addition to legal intejeit Is now JTimveltni ikTxi VI PARSONS WAS trttlervallon of the Fourth Annlvonarf of the Anarehlits The fjraves of tht five executed Anarchists are hidden un der garlands and Twenty or more are represented by the floral of that mark the spot In Waldhelm cemetery where rest the remains of Par Fisher and Two thousand people visited tho spot Sunday nnd joined In the memorial ex irclses that took place at tUe The dny was observed as tho fourth nti Blvefsary of the Anarchists of thorn paid on the gallows tho extreme penalty of the the fifth bavins anticipated the gibbet by For the third time their friends and sympathizers ob day with a parade and speeches at the In spite of a lowering iky and a with their con comitants ef muddy fully were In tho Took tie Red Flag Lucy Pursons is absent in New Jer ley and did not participate In the ceremo nies of the Friends run up the rod flag on herhouse at 991 Hammond and it floated there until Patrolman of the Irving Park happened along and ordered it taken The order not being obeyed Jump ascended to the roof and pulled down the fliig and took it to the Lucy ParBoiu Very An ttrchists who resisted the police the latter arrested Lucy Parsons for inciting a riot were arraigned Saturday together with The tvoraans deflnnce was all and sbe was suave and polite to the She pleaded not guilty to the charge against with Si mon and August was remanded to appear before the grand jury on The Hve other prison ers were fined 110 eiioh and sent to Jail for ten What He Has to Say of tha Democratic Landslip HE HELPED FRAME THE nation is men now in this cliy1 at retaliation of au thorities at the passage of the Drummer tiding business In Victoria has been required to pay a This only allows himto sell goods bysample until when every foreignsalesman must pay a fee tor the eights salesmen including three from New Yorfc City and one from San Francisco named were ar rested and each fined and The drummers who have returned from Vic toria report business and advise all members of the tive association to away from Vic toria ITS NO That our 8TOOK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We show you Something New as often M you call in Rag or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see the Newest and Fineit in Hotwe The HOWELL T1IK FINBIT Radiant TUB 1I1C8T ITABB BASH Vaiiar Girls at ilOne bnn dred and fifty of theypung lady students of Vassar college came from Poughkeep aee by special train fcp visit the bejMitlf ul and fanjousrepreseritstlon of the House of Pansa at burned by 86 rutty Viuwair glrjs at one time was an entirely new experience for After four hours delight fully spent In the House of Pansa and among the ruins of ent Van VHet who hid charge of the ex dursion summoned the young In dies into marching and they took the train for return and to their I A Now Steamfhlp i eblp to be as the Qalvestqn and South American steamship is soon to be of Chicago and Gal vcstoti capltalUUi are behind the The object to es tablish a weekly line of between this port and the ports Central and NorthSouth American connecting at Carthageua with the railway system at that which is being constructed This line of steamers wil give the South and Central Americans connection through his pQrti wftfc aU the railway lines to the wast and found Dead In a UMrs Cathe rine an elderly lady aged 66 who resided wlthlier family jSW Rqh way was missed from the house Monday A WM Jpstl tuted and her dead onjv in a night was found at the bottom ol a well In the has been acting strangely for fcome klnS and It believed she threw the while Buffering from temporary aberra tion of the A Trlllo Over t Per repre senting the London Trust la an interview said that the purchases of American brewers by foreign syndicates amounted to but little over 1 per of the brewing property ID this country Of the 200 brewers In the United States the foreigners have sequred nbqut representing something over forty oom FIRST UNDER THE NEW Execution of a Murderer at Canon CANON Grlego was executed In the state peni tentiary at 8 oclock Saturday night for the milnler of Underwood at Trini dad last The execution was the flrkt one to take place under tho law re Quiring the death sentence to be carried out wfthin the walls of the prison and prohibiting the press from publishing an The dis Regarded this clause in the The hanging was guarded so well by Warden Lamping that it was after midnight be fore it became known outside the The condemned man made no statement from the and after bidding fare well to his priest the rope was cut iand bis neck was death resulting al most The was taken flown in fifteen minutes and gjven to bU who will take It to Trinidad for It Looks Like SOUTH la B lively scandal in connection with the intt for which Arthur Hughes prlngs against James Tuttle for alleged Alienation of his wifes Tuttlo is 73 years old and Hughes is pot yet In addition to his advanced age Tuttle is handicapped by ntiff knee which compel him to But be has got a few hundred thousand dollars in the bank and else where and is ene of the leading men in the He has a wife two chil Alleged POKT Matthais and Louis owners of the sloop Albert arrested Satur with smuggHngopinm from1 British Wtee re leased on A large quantity of opium Was seized on board the steamer Olym pian on her arrival There is much smuggling of opium going especially slpce the duty was And Claims Ignorance and Mitrap roientntlon Were the Great In the Late Election That Cninocl tlin De I ftot of the Words i with Kerr Aboot WASHINGTON len atlve of who Jelped frame the McKlnley tariff bill i member of the ways and meant cum ii In Washington gnorancp and misrepresentation were great f nctors in the In an In torview Bayne said that the cause of the Democratic victories was the fact that this IB an off Thefederal election had an effect secondary only to the off year while misrepre sentations about the new helped tc produce results in Republi There is no likelihood of the Republican party undoing what it has lone in the way of a consistent revision f the tnriff simply because thatrevision has been The bill will itand so far the present oongreasit said The Senate a a In the next congress the Democrats vill be tumbling lover each other witb Free trade The with i small Republican will be ooked upon as a bulwark agaioSt thisf ort of yet It may not answer purpose In every The votes of certain western Republican denafors on the McKlnley bill niakes that fact 1 think that the greatest danger to the present tariff act ties In a sugges tion made by Senator He proposes that the net be dislocated by the passage of a number of special hot by attempting a systematic revision in one bill embracing oil the How It Might Be For instance a bill could be passed re piullng the duties on tip Then aa Other bill providing for the repeal Of the binding twine Many of such bills could bo passed as it might be thought expedient to send to the and each one would appeal to some jnter If carried out it would ba a case of breaking the bnndlu of sticks pne stick a REPRESENTATIVE KERR pe Hua Something to Say About Presi dential Timber for WASHINGTON chairman of the Detnocratio ftate campaign committee Peunsylva left Waahlnjrton for his home kon said that no orguuizcil ef fort had been Jnade to put Pahlson In nominationfOT thepresideney In fThere hi not rot even undercurrent in that be The result of election he put Speaker Reed out of the but it would not who saW be elected governor pf and thus become a prominent factor in the Republican Greateit fttun In Hli It leaves Elaine the greatest man in his party be If he wauls the can certainly get so far BH I cahsee nor do I think that It would be necessary foji him to leave the cabinet to become an avowed As for the it is hard to pre dirt the Clevelands popularity With the masses is such that if thenomi nating convention were held tomorrow he would be obosen standard bearer with The Famous Gillcsple Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice in any ot the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal In the HARD In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE BIG Borsey 3c 310 Belle TELEPHONE THE OMAHA BURNING V 00 COKE OR OSLT Kerr pronounced tho force bill Mead as door Stanley Will Mot be will say no more about Hurt telot ami t lie rear guard until after hU flnt lecture onTuesday He will not answer prltlplsail of ROM Troup or any othur of he aSleurt of the with were prlnudlu the j Bbot by a Young W I Breach of Prnmliie CuKSTEft son of Judge of this who Is on the eve of marriage with Miss Evelyn the daughter of a millionaire pork packer of has beensued by Miss Alice a South Chester scb6oj for for breach of The matter has cre attd a social Ordered Ah Bin to People here became tired of a Chinese which numbered about and Sat urday ordered them all to A com mittee of citizens called on the Celestials who quietly packed up and The town followed the example of Taooma and which dont permit Chinamen in the oity Diuten for Senator EAU Sen ator spoke here 8 he said that the dust of years bad gathered on bis bopl wend Intp United States Democrats here have shipped to Spooner at Hudson two enormous feather with a note at tached saying that be can now dust off those A Luce Fnotory at of New representing the Nottingham lace firm of Mosely was in this city Saturday com pleting Arrangements for the location of a large lace faotory It will have a oanl tal stock of and will manufacture annually wortb of He Stole a Lot ol Hill at the auditors affloe at Charleston now going over the Ixwks of Circuit Coiirt Clerk Ward Clous says the thefts steadily grow more numerous he and It In now believed that the total of the defalcation Will ranch Died While Un Uoute KANSAS irlvate b inker of thU a man of great wealth and Influence thl dlfd yesurday while en rou hiuie from Yoi where he bad boon receiving medical llawth of a note tinll KANDAH a noted base ball player who rfKht field or the Buffalo club jralqug died MoKlnley Mot a Candidate Will lam McKinley wnsintho In confer ence with oxCongressman Amos Town seod and other The object of the conference remains a mystery and those who participated Claim that it was only a meeting of personal friends with any political In your opinion is the foremost Candidate for president amontf the tie publicanst1 MoKinley was I know of no candidate exseptHarri you In the field for Are you a candidate for Governor of Ohlof I am not a candidate for any and I want that be distinctly liarkun Ii WABIHNOTON sentatlvo of who has been nominated by all of the and many of the Republican newspapers of his district for speaker of the Ptfty seoond says that while be bad not announced himself as a if the members of the next bouse should de termine that he was the proper person for the be saw no reason why he should not accept He said that the Fifty fecond cougress would change the bouse and attributed the result of the elections to the MoKinley the force and the methods of conducting busi ness employed in the Lookingtor Oilier WASHINGTON A uumbor of Democratic congressmen who will not be members of the Fiftyfmoond cougrois have announced themselves as candidates for offices at the disposition of the Congressman Frank ftp defeated Democratic candidate for sheriff of Cook will be a candidate for ser gouiilatarius of the Congressman John of New Is beiuRpiished for the bonne Other congress men have heretofore announced their Tlivy Gave an Sa wliu Is making a political tour of the received an ovation here On his arrival he was carried f torn the rail way station to alv carriage on the slionldvrs of the luvn the horses went uuharnesMd and tbu oarrlage was draggud triumph throughout the Tfce Nuws and of Is opposed to the eleutlon of a man as speaker of bouse In Jhe next It thinks nortbwa Duuiooruw tbould t Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovt fni1 KTKKY MODKI1N IMlB And for boluty Intiotknejl tmln Vsrtectlon ot Simplicity and PITTS I AM NOW HEADY TO FUUN1SH EVERY MAK IN ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADE I8KLROTB0 ESPECIALLY FOB J 11 IN THU MOST STYLISH gjg f oot AND At Figrures that will Please Julius Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND L HavM removed my business to my uew building 116 Fourth Between Piasa and Belle I shall devote my entire SALES Of all kinds of and where all DEALERS It to their Interest to Purchase their Supplies at Strictly Wholesale K pent 6 bet FALL uat off JU8T MOBITXB AMO x nvv uwff or Cloth FOB CALL IL   

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