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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELE T3TT JL I VOLUME MONDAY PAPETBBIE BOX TAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up in large white 10 sheets of our best with 10 envelopes to Only 10c per En Also One quire containing 2i Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes Oifly 25c per These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades C K E A P B I B 0 IRISH ENGLISH ELITE LENOX large quantity purchased of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced from 16 to 25 per J8ST Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they are considerable less in price than you have been paying consistent with 101 103 Third if IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO SHS DRUG STORE President Bogran In Posses sion of the REBEL LEADENS IN A BAD Sancheci Only Clmnoe of Encnpe It to Make a or He Will Become a Prisoner Which Uonth for Detail of the Outbreak In li Con beaded by Longlnos la practically The revo lutionary force bns been utterly routed bv the array which President Bogran him been rapidly gathering from all portions of the country at his headquarters at Ta ond he is In full possession of the Capital with the exception of one where the remnant of the de feated army Is closely If any of the rebel leaders escape death it will be through the clemency of the presi The with his marched upon the capital from Taniara driving In all the scouts and the advance guarda and closing in on the pickets of the Sanchez At times the skirmishing was very Am bughes were frequent and owing to the brushcovered country aiding such Sharpshooters also did good service for picking off the ena mys soldiers In large Troops The skirmishing was ke5t up uulll after aud neither aide lighted flre at At daybreak Saturday with advanced upon the Sanchez had all tho approaches guarded with which did effective Three pieces com manded the main highway to with a large reserve of infantry in tlie This position was charged several times by Bogruns forces before it was Sancheas troops were at after hard routed and took refuge in the fight was con tinued in the streets with varying suc cesses for several Street after street was ceared by Bograns and the barracks which last into tho hands of Sanchez were recaptured one by The loss so far has been very heavy on both Bogran now practically mnnter of the as he has Sanchez and his army surrounded in one of the which is now being bombarded by solid shotand Sanchez In a Hud SanchezH only chance of escape Is to make a If he does not be will be come a prisoner to tfae means not alone his death but that of all bis leaders and many Bogran has already taken many The city is badly wrecked by shells and the and are thoroughly Barrillas re mained entirely neutral during the trou The telegraph lines are in the hands of but be has accorded their use to The Tribune for the purpose of giving the information of his victory to the Before long the capital will surely be in tho hands nf the and the brief rebellion of Sanchez will ba only a matter of per the executions will most surely follow the unsuccessful attempt to overturn the They Compel an Dnpupulnr President to Resign Ills Tho com munccment just closed at Amos college boa been a series of outbreaks on the part of the students which Friday culminated In the resignation of President who has been very Four weeks ago thrHlcrary societies of tho col lege passed amendments to their conhtl tutlons debarring tireek fraternity men from becoming members of the societies tho fraternity men withdrew and organ ized another Tho other societies then unanimously adopted resolutions protesting against the granting of a room to the new society on the ground that It was essentially a secret llollcd thu Secret societies being forbidden by the thene resolutions were presented to the board of The literary so cieties refused to allow members of the other society to graduite with Several massmeetings of ihe ttuilents were held and the action of tho president of tho college WHS condemned In the strongest The feeling against the president was so Intense that on Sunday last twothirds of the senior class with about twofifths of the younger classmen bolted the baccalaureate The board of it is took Buch a view of the matter that President Chamberlain resigned THE NATIONAL Second Segalon of the Seventeenth Annual second days session of the National Womans Christian Temperance Union was un marked by nny important Re ports of department superintendents oc cupied the larger part of the morning ses showing most encouraging progress during the past Senator of delivered d brief address to the An invitation was pre sented to thu convention by Mrs War of on behalf of the ladies of that to hold next years convetion The Cslubrated Divorce Case Brought to A SENSATIONAL Cminiol for Respondent States Ho lias No Intention to anil That He wfll Nut 1nr tlclpnto In I ho IVrriocu tloii of ItoinHii Cut hollos In the West ern ProvincesForeign OShea divorce suit came up for trial in the dlvorcs court Justice Butt pre sided and a special jury had been im panelled to try the The court room was densely crowded with relatives and friends of the parties to the suit and a throng of curious Lewis and Coward appeared counsel for the while the Mrs was represented by Messrs Lock wood and McCall was present to take charge of the Interests of sister of Parnell was neither present nor repro lented by counsel when the court In Momory of Temperance After the reccs for lunch the annual mortuary meeting was held aud ad dresses delivered in memory of the eml nent temperance workers who passed away during tho last This list includes Margaret Bright of England Georgia Hulse Me of Maryland Miss Julia of New and Lucian Adams of The night session devoted to the work aud interests of young Sunday afternoon Louise pcenidelit of the Il linois delivered the annual ser and was followed by H gospel tem perance meet The delegates are be ing hospitably entertained by the local friends of ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We oan show you Something New as often as you call in Rag or Body BrusselH Art Dado or Lace or IJKT SLTJGS Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa like to see the Newest and Finest in House The SEL Way i T Kbem to 0aU at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL TUB FINKST Radiant TIIK 11K8T IIAKO OOAL UA8K IlIlC MOHT IlCUVKOT BTOVK FIUK HACKS WAiHUNTUU lfOK fJVK 100 108 SECOND ST Thu llano Hull NEW is the fourth day of the meetiuff of the base ball mag and as yet statements regarding the settlement of the big biise ball mnddlu are as contradictory as The Players league people had a meeting in the Jamua hotel Friday night that lasted until nearly 8 oclock In the morn What transpired at the conference those to The National league people state that only two leagues are left in the Players the Boston and Philadelphia The Players league people say they are in flue condition and will continue the fight next The National league con vention resumed work at Mlohlffiin lloyn UniiK n Mull In ANN is little abatement of the excitement caused by the death of Student Deunison as a result of the studentmilitia Sljc town boys have already been arrested charged with having participated lu the row that led to the The town boys showed their of Mayor Manleyg action by hanging him in It reported that wnrruntB for the arrest of twenty boysfnnd students have been The coroners Inquest has resulted lu securing a muss of very contradictory evldeiiou aud the end will not be reached for sev eral She Got Thin Emma eloped Friday morning with James a Cincinnati drum This young lady bad made two previous attempts to but was over taken by her This time she was closely pursued by her but the couple arrived at the residence of a minis ter just a fuw minutes before her and tho ceremony was completed when appeared on the Ileaotlon lu Furor of NVude WASHINGTON man of South who IB In tho siiys that a reaction In favor of Senator Wade Hampton has set and that he will bo returned to he If tho Haskell ticket had said the Alliance members of the leglalaturo being In the majority would certainly have made Tlllmaa United States Now there li a fvollug for A Fa in I lj HnU Twlnlod TEIIIIB liia wlfu and six sous ate a can of tainted pork sausage for An hour later they were takuu with but were unable to alarm their until when their cries were heard and pbynlalans The two youngest inna are out of danger and the others may Thu wuk prepared before tho pork iMuud and foriiientatlon had not un t very Police Spoiled the A bout half paat 1 oclock Saturday morning the police surrounded a saloon ou East Fourth very near the Hammond Street Police to capture the prin cipals nnd spectators of a fourounce fight in progress in a ro m over the Four rounds hid been The polite were in complete control of the situation and captured Thomas one of the and about fifty of the specta By this time a trapdoor leading to the roof was discovered by the beleag uered and Michael the Other nod about seventyfive spectators escaped in that Loss a meet Ing of the Master Builders association of Allegheny a resolution was adopt ed pledging itsmembjrs to stand together sud oppose any proposition of their employes In the spring looking to a reduction in the present work lag hours without a corresponding di minution of The action excited considerable comment among the journey men It is claimed that of the employes engaged in tlje building trades of this county are members of the union and will stand together for the eight hour Doubllum Duluyed by NEW of the Red Star is three days over due from She has aboard 111 first cabin 117 second cabin aud 050 steerage She left Antwerp on tibe usually makes the trip In eleven Theageuts of thp line here say they are not at all troubled over tbo Frleslaudb long voy They say she hits doubtless been de layed by steamship Frlesland of tha Rod Star reported threo day4 over due from arrived lata Saturday An Actori Nurrow Hobson had a narrow escape from death the other He was traveling In n sleeper from Indianapolis to Robsou was seated near the front of tho but changed his seat and took one across the Ho hud scarcely done so when a bullet crashed through the windowIn front of which ho had been sitting and pusjud right through the buck of the soat he had Had he remained where he was he would liavo Inevitably beau Kuyi the Letter It a Blrchalls spiritual speaks freely about the letter given to Guard Percy by Birclmll dated the 10th denying that he madu a confession to any Wade says thu letter is n and when ho first saw It he gave no hopes of thu man Thu Inforouca Is that Itirchull confessed to the clergy Dtiin Wade refused to read the Church of England burial and simply a prayer at Ulrchalls ilnteiuien Irutuctlng bill and paused making It criminal libel for a newspaper to even inDtuuftte anything ntfoitwt man oli whetnpr U It foot or Wuut or tlio Tlngn have been served on Bright proprietors of tho Oil works of thU in a suit bey un by the Union Steamship company to rneovor for tho Injury to tho propullur Tl ogtt In an In Um port of Chi cago this season und Thu claim U basud on U ml that Bright shipped a qua v I nuph thu on the Tlogit under the uf oil kud that It wan tmpruporly to SiKiuutiU an Alllanco man In the uoutli snnouneud hlmnelf Krlday an to inooeod lie bot quiia following o tbia part ot be and the only prominent person connected with the case as a principal present was A Kciimitlonnl Counsel for tho stated that it was not his intention to crossexamine any wltnesi or call witness on the part of his nor should he mrtfclpate in the An itn sensation was caused by this an nouncement as the action of the defense condemns Parnoll to very heavy The course pursued by Lockwood of counsel for In abandoning all Intention to either crossexamine or call witnesses on belmlf of the defense has very materially altered the position ol the famous of counsel for in calling attention to tie changed complexion of Ha id that the prosecution found itself in court with neither respondent or to participate in the conduct of u In response toaqujniiin by Justice said the counsel f r the had been uuitble to find than any one WHS in court to appear for Mr and that tho suit would there fore seem to IMJ Clmlleugtttl CUrko said that not withstanding the decline of the defense to he nevertheless felt it neccs suy to prove the strength of his clients cnso by the present iiiint to the court uf Mitlicieni Trie Clarke had made sweeping counter charges against her nllejing connivance nod latter offeuso sho been endured during a period covering several Her plea counsel for the prevention almost tanta mount to a OShea counsel easliy prove the untruth of all the defendant especially the charge of connivance in her It would also be shown that when OSheu first heard of the Intimacy of his wlfa with the promptly challenged that gentleman to The prosecution would prove be yond cavil the commission by the defend ants to the suit of continuous acts of adultery it would show under tho name of Paruell had his clients wife at the Bedford tquar residei FOREIGN The Prince of Nnplus Princess Mar garet Beatrice whose betrothal t the Prince of heir to the throne of Is Is the youngest of the family of the late Em peror having been bom in During the late visit of the Prince of Naples to Berlin he paid especial at tention to and it was reported at the time that the attentions were not disagreeable either to the princess or her the The announce ment that they are to be married creates no great surprise lu court cir Icricoutlng lloinnn bitter persecu tion of Homan Catholics is raging lu the western provinces of The gov ernment of Kleff has ordered that no new Roman Catholic churches shall be and that churches already standing shall not bo Many churches are closed by the authorities on the pretext of being out of repair and have been warned not to souk to make converts from the Greek orthodox religion and Dominican munlu have beuo expelled from An Kxodiis of Is a remarka ble exodus of consumptives from the ra sorts on the shores of tlio Mediterranean to and the hotels are filling fast with such A large number of American physicians have also given no tice of their Inlontion to bo present ou the occasion of Kochs lecture ou Will Try tho mass meeting of overworked clerks was held Fri day at which it was resolved to place themselves under tho tutelage of the Socialists in the hope of bettering their Minlc Iillti by Iliu hurricane at No wry Friday stopped work In thu Dromnlune spinning making Al Kilkeil a pier in course of erevllun was Rlnulfuito of Republican mani Binned by lil Htudonlv of Cuimbrn has beiu Issued In thU Cluml Itaymund Lumiliun with WASHINGTON of lunched with the president Haymond was tho lender of thu dulnga tlun to thu convention n u liimlud Iituildeiit Ho U for tlu Central Pacific Will Miirry a TUOOIIIU WABIIINUTON U an iiunncud ihiL the marrliiLiu of Miis deed daughter of uhluf jus to Huuh WnlUne of will tuku ulaoe lu Wiulilogtoa The Famous Gilhgpie 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 COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Mann 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 OUT ATT A FOR BURNING COKE OR TUB ONLY Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovt Ana lor beauiyof ImeottineH a KVISIU juujiKitN And lor beauty of of Perfection of Simplicity and this Elegant HAM I AM NOW HEADY TO FUKNIBII EVKUY MAN IN ALT01T WXTH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADE VaOH 18KLKOTED ESPECIALLY FOB J TJ Hi TOT IN THE MOST STYLISH 3 At Figures that will Please 3 i Julius Raible Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my business to my uew building 116 between Piasa and Belle 1 shall devote my 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