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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 a ■» a  ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 80.  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER IO, 1890.  NO. 142  THE LATEST CRAZE:  HUDY WINKS.  t 4    I    .-A-____A,_    V  {A new and interesting gam**'}  THE POPULAR 0 »MK:  rn  rail! TUR BM  WITNESSED BV THOUSANDS.  L« limit  at th*  Arrest of Dr. Tumblety Washington City.  at  HE IS A SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER.  ut the Outlier Mala*  I    Hr    on    Ii    I    yr n tin ry Yard.  HIMX.KITS, Ka IV—An earty an V j o'c lick Tuesday morning invited guests began to enter the nary yard and to take their place* on the *< aging that ha! been  bu It to accommodate them In witoensing the Launch of the great armored cruiser  POOR Ll) IS PEACEFUL  He Does Not Think of an Outbreak at Present  HALMI  Possesses rem irkably fascination for t juno ani old. (If you would be happy, play “HALMA.”  (By the author of “Halloa.")  It is equally interesting to children ss w ll as adults sod is learned to play in three minutes.  'Ihe great Military Grog —Should be in every family,  WW* We also carry in stock the ever popular Pgrcheeii, Prog essive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, an I a variety of other interesMng and pleasing Board Games.  -er  at Dul That la lh,- Char** Against Hina—What a heat rh of His Poahata Ufirralmt A (Lasso Harkrr|H>r Shot hyr a Women— A Heirs I.rue had ta Tundras** Arrest Of aa AI laced Inrendl-arjr—Tha Criminal Calsadar.  W auh I sotos ClTT, Nor. IV.-Dr. Francis Tumblety, who la known to tha po le# of*alI the large cities of America and Europe, and who was under (ha surveillance of the Scot laud Yard fores wheu tbs Jack the Ripper excitement was at IU hight, was arrested in this city Monday night on the charge of being a susp'clous character At tbs station the doctor was searched, and a Urge number of valuables acre secured from him, amounting in worth to several thousand doll ara. lu bis pocket waa a pamphlet containing tbs name, of a number of prominent men, both In this city and elsewhere, and he also carried a letter from a well-known emigre*-mao. The testimonials were chien/ devoted to els borate praise of the doctor’s character. In the pamphlet tbs doctor had an article of printing to the charge advanced against him by tbs Loudon authorities, and spoke of bm escape unscathed from the vllUfylng statements of the newspaper*  BUT THE WHITE MAN IS PREPARING.  MISCELLANEOUS SIMES.  Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles!  The LATEST, The HEST, The MOST PU MSL DCO!  •The famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the most interesting and t anam'iog Puzzle yd introduced Nothing Mkt it. Must lie seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c.  HERE'S ANOTHER, THE  POCKET DE ll BY,  Shot by a Woman.  Chic ago, Nov. IV —Max Mu rebind, a barkeeper In Brand's saloon at North Clark aud Erie street*, was shot and fatally wounded by a woman named Olga ll' ll ma.i at I o'clock Tuesday morning. They bud former y lived together, but quarreled a few mouths ago and separated I be woman had threatened to kin Hu mkt od since the separation, and Tuesday morning abe attempted to extents her threat. As Sunk iud waa entering a basement saloon at North Clark aud Ohio struts ah* fired, th* bullet entering the Imck. Hor-k.r.J wa* taken to the Ales-tau Brot here' hospital, where it wa* found that be would probably die The woman wa* arr*-* > I  Maine. Just after IO o'clock Secretary of the Navy Tray arrived with hie party and was received by all the officers of the yard. As he entered the main gate a sa-  loin of nineteen iron* wa* fir*I from the Vermont. The final preparations for launching the Maine were begun and short!-, attar noon amid the cheers of the thousands of spectators and ftbe music of tile “Bier HpaugU-d Banner," played by Hie navy yard bund, the big cruiser start el down the inclines Aa aha did so Mise Wilmerding, a atees of Hecretary (Tracy, broke a bottle of champagne over the how and christened the v.-*-ei Aa the Maine reache«l lbs water and the flag was hoisted the Vermont's battery thundered oat a national saints.  A Great Ileal »( Rtelt««*nt la tile Vicinity of Hi tin arrli—CH I ten* *( Hands* In Na Danger—Sitting Hall Info rn. an Indian Agent That lf* Had Metter Prepare for Death, Along with th* Hest of th* r*l* rases. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. IV.-A Bls. narc*, N. U, special to The Journal •ays: The Tribune says there ie no tab-isnt tai foundetion for the wild rumors jf an Indian uprising at Standing Hock. It any*: “The Indiana are living peacefully on their reservation and wa ting patiently for the next ration day." Nev •tibetan) them lea great deal of excitement in (hie vicinity. Half a dnsen news-pair r corresponds a ie from the east ar-r ted to Alumian Tue-day. Cap!. Gregg, Governor Miller’s private secretary, was busy all night gathering up arm* and tm rn un Ilion, which were sent to Nanism Agent McLaughlin at Blanding Mock report* everything quiet ani or-lerly there. The opinion of conservative peop «• bl that the Indiana do not dream af an outbreak.  DEMORALIZED THE BUSINESS.  A d«w Rttou Game for young and old, a /adnation and exciting Game of chanco. Only 10c.  CHAS. J. DEGENHART  DKAI-KH IN  Stationary, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys.  IQI and 103, cor. Third and Piasa sis. Alton  Had Threatened to Tire the tiara.  Ct KHUU*, Ilia. Nov IV.-A warrant wa* issued for the arrest of Jo* Truuoli, charged with Melting tire to the hay baru of a M. Woodward & Ca, at Chi in, Sunday morning. II j was caught Beer Mount Vernon ami giveu a hearing Munday. Ile had had coom trouble with the (wopr.etorM of the Odin Coal company who are also the owner* of the hey baru, and hi* two brotbere-in-law test I tie i that be bad threatened Ll fire the barn to get even The evidence wee considered strung enough to hold him over fix the next grand jury. In default of IMO ball be ie now in /all  It Was Otserssi af dim.  IF YOU NEED  — A BOTTLE OF —  Lotion for Chapped Hands, Hood Cough Syrup, Perfumed Coanioliite,  A Hood llealing Salve,  Nice Soap or Perfumery,  -o— GO TO  MARSH'S DRUG STOE  Nxw OHL IU NR, Nut. IV.-A special to The Picayune from Jackson, Mis*., say*: James and Ira Barker, oottsin* of Rube Burrows, were arraigued Monday for perjury in ouuoeetion with their testimony at the recent trial of “Rube" Smith, Jim Barker, the elder of the two, stated that be was the caus.* of his younger brother’s action, and aahed thai the whole of the punishment he meted out to him. The court, upon investigation of the matter, allowed a nolle proses to be entered in Ira’s case, end sentenced Jim to two years* imprisonment.  Baa Away with a Negro.  CISON*'ATI, Nov. IV—A pretty German girl Darned Mary Rampry, aged 14, living with her parents at Fifth end Plum streets, mysteriously disappeared several dev* aga A quiet search was instituted, aud the par un ta were horrified to find that their daughter had eloped withe colored man named Bill Knglisk, aged A living In Newport. It ie alleged that finglish took the child over to Newport, where he waa married to ber. The whereabouts of the ooupie are at present unknown.  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK ic th* MOST Cl fid FLETE ever n rough t to A Ron. We ean ehow you Something New as often ae you call in:  CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Body Brussels  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  I3XT CURTAINS:  Dado or l'lain,    Luce or Fortier.  IN RTJGrS:  Fur Maquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  ! Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  They Murdered Their atap-Father.  Oolith RIA, a C\, Nov. If.—The governor bae commuted to life Imprisonment and five years’ imprison men t the death acutances of Sam and Mart rn Nance, brothers, aged it and Id, respectively, and *# u ta need to be hanged Dec A One Sunday last *utnmer these boys murdered their step father. The eldest stole be hind tbs murdered man while be was cooking dinner and drove a hatchet lo his skull. They then mutilated hie body with  The M*h et Work Agata.  C«dUNTH, Mia*.. Nor. IV-News comes from Savannah, Teen . that Ned Stevens, the negro who killed Sheriff Fraley several months ago. has been hung by a mob. tie wen tried last Friday hilt the jury failed to agree on a verdict, aud be was Brut hack to jail. At night a mob surrounded tbs jail, took Stevens out af tow a, hung him to a tree and riddled hie body with bullets.  Mr the of th* Tnrtlmra af th* T< orts and IV kin I’Ilion Balt way.  PHOBIA. HK, Nov. iv —Two hundred and thirty men, employed lo the yards of toe Peoria and Pi kin Union railway, tnt-bracing all the yard men and freight bandier*, struck Monday, aeriomdy do •mrstining business The caum of tha a*Tike waa the discharge of three men for being aa the company claims, ringleaders In a short live I a: riks on 8 HU rd ay owing lo the delay of the p iy car. The -trike ta more important to IV-.ria th iii the number of men engaged von Id indicate, aa tbs Penna and Pekin Union radway handle* th • freight for all the railroad* except three that e one into the oily.  Will Ii*** tai urn promt**.  The rued baud .-a the coal Lu oases af th sate non to a iar^n extent md stocks of ftml to Ibi* ci.> are short, lf the strike contin u«<« a day or two Ute sit u iii im will I tecum* ae noun, as most of tke targe dis ti dc nee aud tuatmfact untie along the river wi ut Id be cuupeii* I to Simi down and 8,0 0 or 3 Out) turn ii* thrown out of work. The lompauy toller*** it mn All the places of the striker*, but tbs chalices ais that it will be compelled to eom-p rum tea with the rn -n  Mandan Met ta Danger.  FT, Pa FL, Minn., Nov. IV-(Jeu. Huger and Lieut. Woodruff, of tha depertmeut rf Dakota, returned Tuesday rn or mug from a tan day’* trip to two of the largest India a r--H*r rations in Montana. Lent. W .-odruff nays uo immediata trouble is anticipated, and that the visit of lien. Huger had much to do to quiet tke ex-fit tamest of tbs Iud la na When asked si amt th* reported danger at Mandan, Lieut. Woodruff said that city waa la no mon* danger from tbs Indians than Is IR. Paul.  The Government** Advice*.  Wa?HOOTON OTT, Nov. IV.—The war department off! lits had received no news Tuesday of any change in tbs situation at the Pine Bulge. Standing Ruck and other Sioux agencies, and as coin-po vat officers are un the watch at ail points where trouble U threat!-tied, whose bu meas it Is to report auy significant w, ma, it ie taken for grnau-d that nu Hume data trouble I* at ban I.  COAL.  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in auy of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best. Soft Coal in the  West.  HARD COAL  III all sixes. Delivered at Lowest Market Ibices. Quality Unsurpassed,  BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle streets  TKLKi'HON FO 84 AXD SM.  THE OMAHA  FOR Br HNI NG COAL, CORK OR WOOD.  Will VV I pi Oui th* I'*!* Fur**.  ii.sm 111 k . N. Ii., Nov tv—\Jaj McLaughlin, the ageut at. Blanding Rock, admits ti-at fur th* drat tim* he hex tost eon fid of the Indians, att I eau do nothing whatever with t je u. Sitting But! a day or two ago>#ry coolly told the agent that he sud his brave* ha I no ti* fur hun aud ibe whites, aud would abort y wipe them out entirely.  THE RIO WAS NOT STOLEN.  Witt atap Halid tug Operations.  BkuoKLYk. N Y.. Nov. IV -Tke lathe re af thai city ideally demanded aa Increase ut wages from the builders which the latter refused. This refusal reetiited in BM lathers, composing all of the mon belonging to 1-atkere’ union Na A going un strike Munday morning. The budding trades council, upon to*wring of the strike, con valved, «nd decided to support the lathers by ordering a1, mea in lite building trades to quit work un every buihliug where non-un ion lathers sr* employed. A comj lr.e stoppage of building tuey occur un!*-* the bulbier* pay the lathers what they demand.  A t h lief « Taller’a All Nlgkl Issrtb far His Hers* amt It agua.  Clin aho, Nev. IV — To ie va* drove sway with a wagon-lood of ready-made clothing, valued et FLOCK) Monday night, end  made go**! their escape About ti p. at.  Milled by a I r«l*.  Cincinnati. Nov. lf-A. D. McPherson. a brother of United States Senator McPherson, of New Jersey, aud (me of the beet known mao in this section, wa* ruu down by an engine aud hilled al the Covington, Ky , Block yards He was the live acock agr ut for the Peonsyivanie Railroad company, and was trussing from one track lo another when a yard engine at ruck him Hr fell backward between the rail# md lbs wheel*cutoff both leg* below the knee. He was removed to St. Ellis bet h hospital, where be died.  Charles Vanderbilt, e tailor, drove up to (.who. Wain boid St Ca, wholesale clothing establishment at JO* aud 3.0 Monroe street lo the wagon were 2, DU) coats and a number of Vesta Vanderbilt hitched the h.-m*** to the curb and went inside ie transect some basilissa Ile woe goos about half an hour, and when ha returned th* korea end wagon, with Ha concents were missing There Ie no clew to the thieves,  Mss hi Hie Own Mara.  La Tr i! —The boree aud wagon were found Tuesday morning by the owner. after an ail night search, to hts own barn. The home wandered away without hie master, and a friend of the .a1 tor who net the boma, taking in tbs situation, drove the steed boma The clothing waa found Intact.  -THE ONLY it ttygCT—  Combined Coal aud Wood  Stove Made,  a lf WAX KVHBY MODI UN IMPit \ I MENY. And for beauty af finish, Smoothness I r#"m n-nt °    operation, himplicity an i Durability, this klegaat Stove stands  HAMILL,  H °*  Aconin.  Haights Threaten ta H- ceds.  PlTTABi'tu), Pa, Nov. Iii.—A movement hoe been started by local atocia by ti, IU Knights of Labor, composed of green g ass Workers, which threatens to end in a big secession from the Knights of Labor tanks. The in or. meat originated in the alleged improper conduct of Louis Arrington, master workman of the Green Glass Workers National assembly, aud dissatisfaction at the coarse of the administration. The *e ccm I on of the green gins* workers would take at least a,UUU members from the Knights of Labor.  Powderly He-Riveted.  DENVX* Cola, Nov. IV.—At tke evening | session of tbs Knight* of Labor eon van- (  lion Mr. Powder y was unanimously reelected general master workman, Hugh Cavanaugh of Cincinnati, general worthy for* luau, aud John W. Hayes, secretary aud treasurer Tbs assembly passed s ; resolution continui ic Mr. Powderty's salary at |*«r annum, bat a poo a , motion of Mr. Powderly the ms. Julian was reconsidered and the amount rn-I I need to Id VI)  I-ad ice like bo me the Newel and Pineal In House Decorations. Th* Easiest wap to see them kl to Call frequently at our establishment, whether you wish to buy or not.  Fatally Wounded a Canst ibis.  lit KT J Milam, Pa, Nov, IV.-Kau ben McDonald. a constable of Coalmont, thin county, while attempting to arrest Harrison A. 8poolman Faturday night, waa a»*anlted by toe ta'fee, and received la-jttrl-e from which he died Monday night. Bpooiman has esc.*ped.  Panic ie a Theatre.  New Yowl Nov. IV —There was a pan! e iu the Lye- urn theatre, al the corner of Montrose even ae aud Leonard street, liliamsburg, Monday at.bi. A large part of sa Iron railing fell from tbs first gallery to the orchestra eeata Mrs. Ham.:ton was crushed to the ground by the falling I roo-work. A few mea ran to rescue her, while others mads a mad rush to recap# from the building The woman was not a* riousiy hurt aud the panic soon aba tad.  Drave His WH* laten*.  Grand Ka nun, Mich., Nov. IV.—Jennie Harrison wee adjudged iuaane Monday.  ' fit* years ago she married George Morrison, a eon of WI! I ism Harrison, the mid-ionaire wagon manufacturer He re I dissipated sud, by bis cruelty, drove her J iuaane sod she wee taken to the asylum. I-aivr she was discharged ae cured. The husband is now out west, a total wreck, and hi* rb-h fs> her wiU have nothing to de with the wife.  FALL SHITS.  I AM NOW HK ADV TO rt’UNtaii KY PKY MAN IX ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MAUK rPOM LOTUS -ILK (TOD (Cf* PEOA LLY fog  FAIjL WEA R.  CL’ ; IX THE BOST STYLISH MANNEH,  "Witli I^csrTeot Fit,  -.ANO  At Figures that will Please All.  H. C. G. Moritz.  J ulius H. Raible  A. J. HOWELL  Tilt: FINEST HEATER,  Radiant Home,  Bi  Tfr  A Baasway Prelght Car*  Bi km i veil am, Ala, Nor. IV—Tuesday morulng a freight car loaded with gravel on the Belt road broke Loose sad ran wild down a heavy grade Tke engineer of a passenger train in front saw ll coming aud made a desperate race to get hie tram out of tke way. The wiki car crashed tutu the rear coach of tke passe ager train, killing conductor Johu Carney and seriously injuring T. J O'Brien, George Farrell sud fills* Fat mil, passenger*.  th* Uh la Kl eel tao.  ODLUM nu*, (iii lo, N lf. iv-Tke official abstract of the vote at toe late election ha* been completed and show* the pi*-rsilly of ityso, it* p.. lo ba IV.V’itf Tits total vole wa* Tuff* The o ill'tai «g-uree do bot euaoge th-; reenlt in the congree* ton ai districts. The delegation will stand seven Republican* end fourteen Democrat*.  Party 4tav** Tree Hills.  PabeKit*ituno, W. Va, Nor. tv—Tke grand jury of the circuit court have found forty -seven true bill* of indictment against Edward Cl oust on, for ten  y ar* deputy circuit court clerk. It I* •barged that Ocueton la*and illegal patter, as a result of which the aisle su-titoritio* have paid out front KM, QUO ta S-AJ.Oi rn • x- vs* of what was legally due.  Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in  WINES AND LIQUORS.  THE HEAT HARD GOAL BAxM HlttUER.  Superior,  ilk MOAT PE UY KOT GOOK STOVE MI DB. I IME Btah’* ta VKKAMKIi Fog riV* YE ABS.  Bath Mss Wets Killed, j New BmonTui, Pa, Nev. IV—Owing to e wreck et Rochester Monday night, northbound train* on tke Fort Wayne I rood were run on the wee* track. Edward I Murray and Daniel Hogue, sot knowing this, walked aq the rack to town and wars strut k by the Be av ar Fails accommodation and killed. Both men were married, worked la toe sa ue pottery and i Ii val in 'he seme boa*#.  Dak-Osl la the Ila* Trade.  Dan acay, Conn.. Nov. IV. —The BOU) girl* employed ie the trimming depart-alen ta of the eighteen ital factorise oon uncled with the Fur Hat Manufacturers’ association were locked out Monday morning. Over 6,WW hatters are idle hers.  Aa It aa (am paay Ka* ha r rags a A  Hr ll tm a ft, Pa., Nov. IV—The Centre Iron company Is temporarily embarrassed aa i the furnace wa* banked on Thursday ! last and will remain so until the mauling of the boud Inliers on Wednesday. Ii im very protista# lh ai all lh# existing difll-cult «* will be adjusted at the meeting j acd hat the (.'entre Iron company will SOO ti UU# lo operate tha work*.  Haring removed my tinniness lo my uew building No- 116 FourlhJ between Piasa and Belle Stretti, I shall devote my entire attention  to the  WHOLESALE SALES  Of all kinds of Wines and Liquors, where ail DEALERS will fl« t R  to their Interest to Purchase their Supplies at  Strictly Wholesale Prices.  The Largest and Most Select Stock of Fine WINES and LIQUORS  ever brought to this City—on baud,—awd a complete Bottling Department Established. Call and Examine.  II. A. HOFFMANN,  100 and lot K Midi NAK I) CIT  Guidon Bloated ttaaalor  A rLASTA, Ga, Nov. IV —Governor Gar-Aon was sleeted United State* senator  m. - - .a *  A Maostsr Prato#*.  St PetembxuKU. Nor, IV—There will shortly be published in tbU cive mo aster protest ag noel th# persecution of the Jew*. Th# protest bears tho signatures of all th# famous literary ai I ur f**»i«usi men of Russia with that of Touut Tolstoi at th# hood of the UA  lavssttgetlag Mall Pigtata  London, Nov. iv—Tha Madrid police have besa direct* ! to make and submit aa exhaustive report to th# miuister of justice on th# subject of bull fig hts, with statistics es to the number (rf fetal accidents in recent year*. Some reform ie said 16 be contemplated.  Julius H. Raible,Bait SLI,*  FALL GOODS!  Penney treats f*ra*r« la Org«aisa.  IIAKUISBI mo, Pa, Nov. IV—Tbs Farmer*’ Alliance will hold a Mate convention here un Nov. SS for tbs purpose of organising a Blate Allover# and el acting delegate- to the national Villano- convent ion  I..IJ .I -    —    —  A Spaaieb "Jo t the Kipper.**  MAPHID, Nov. 19 —The dismembered body of# woman wa* fount Monday in th- Rue Ferro Cern!. It ta supposed that , tke women woe murdered by soma mo* mac, who sot the body to pieces. There ie no clew to the mystery.  The special committee of the hones of reptiseuUUv## uu World'* fair matters woe in Chicago Monday lo vestige Hug the  * AN' ITH ait LOT or  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMERES,  JI ST KECHI VED POX  FALL WEAR  ALM) A WMB LIMB Of  Cloth Cir Overcoat a  roil FALL AXD WI MTEX.   

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