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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON ILY VOJjtTME THURSDAY NOVEMBER 143 THE LATEST GRAZE A now and Interesting game THE POPtJLAR CM ME Possesses remarkably fascination for YOUNO anil If you would bo play By tne author of It is equally interesting to children as well as adults and is learned to play in three 1 The great Military Game Should be in every We also carry in stock the ever popular Progressive Table Ring improved and a variety of other interesting and pleasing Board Puzzles Puzzles Puzzles The The The MOST PUZZLING famous GYPSY PUZZLE without doubt the most in teresting and Fascinating Puzzle yet Nothing like Must be seen and tried to be Only HEBKS THE POCKET A new Race Game for YOUNG and a fascinating and exciting Game of Only nsr Picture Fancy IOI and Third and Piasa Alton IF OU NEED BOTTLE op Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Mce Soap or GO TO MARSHS DRUG STORE ITS NO That our STOCK ia tne MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We can show you Something New as often au you call in Tapestryv Rag or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna i Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladles like to see the Newest and Finest in House Tne Baaleat way to see them Is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL TUK ITINK8T Radiant THE BUST IUUD COAL ASK TUB MOST lKllfKOT COOK 8TOVK MA WOK JUAOK8 WAUItANTEU TOtt FIVE 100 anO 108 SBOOND ST Herbert Wards Letter to The London Tlrhea ABOUT tTANLEY3 REAR Be Mirtt Hitrttelot Held the Kiplorertt Inttructlimx Snored Even In the Face of of the Irian Conspiracy and Ollrten Sentenced to Twelve In Foreign Ward writei to TheTimes follows With every desire to bo loyal to H Is impossible for me longer to remain si has raised all the side Issues of the Jumeflon Barttolot Stories mid other matters in order to evade the main Be mny or may not be u scrupulous but he Is undoubt edly a bold and farseeing It would that in charging the rear guard officers with Irresolution and disregard instructions he feared he might one day have to answer a charge for which he himself was so h collected all the tlttletattlo of tale bearers and attacked his Why Was llarttelot Appointed After stating that Stanleys column was not above reproach and that he self hart men Stanley left on the Ward awks why Stanley left Inexperienced officers In charge of the knowing that they could only carry out his orders and drive the load bearers with the greatest Why bad lie appointed whom he dis liked as much as Ltarttelot disliked and whom he knew was unsuitable for the to a position of momentous responsibility at the supreme crisis of the expedition What must hw thought of Stanley turning back on as suring Bttritulpt he had made a wise and selecting him to guard the Internsfcs of the expedition daring his absencef Held Stanleys Ward declares all his ac knowledged faults with splendid loyalty to too best traditions of his held sacred every instruction of Stanley to the In thu face of starvation he refused to open the stores Stanley had warned him were essential to the success of the Vet Stanley accused him the major of Buys Ward There was no reason to rofuBG us food nnd medicine but his stolid iseuse of To have taken the law ia our own hands would assuredly have led to Stanley must tuku a portion of By his ex ample on the march up he initiated among the members of his staff the feeling of in difference to human suffering and among the load bearers a fatalistic acceptance of their lot as mere beasts of Deliberately Risked By Appointing Burttclot under the circumstances he deliberately risked dis to use no stronger by vague He placed Bnrttelot in u position of bewildering By alleged agreement with Tip poo Tib be iput Barttolot more or less at the Arabs mercy and left him By pub lishing the affidavits of n negro valet he demerits dead He can answer for himself whether he should nob bear some of the responsibility for the disaster which befell the rear IRISH CONSPIRACY Dillon mid Ollrlen Sentenced to Twelve trial of OBrien and charged with conspiracy in inciting the tenants on the SmithBarry estate to refuse payment of was concluded The court sentences Dillon and OBrien to two terms of six months im prisonment the sentences to be served The defendants Patrick OBritm and Cullluane are con demned to six months and Messrs Mockler and Boltou to The sentences are all for simple Imprisonment without Father Humphreys and Con don and Sheeny were Great In explaining Koehu treatment to an audience of many foreign physicians exhibited three typical The lirst was one of aggravated tuber cular disease of tho An injection of two milligrams of the lymph was made Tuesday there was a decided reliction and a cure The second case was one of The treatment already shows signs of marked In the third case the injection was made as an aid to No re action occurred and it is assumed that the disease is not When fresh supplies of the lymph are prepared they will be distributed first to the hos pitals in HuUrld on Wednesday being theanniversary of the riot which oc curred in the students at the uni versity refined to enter the proc wion WHS formed and the students marched to the offices of the minister of where they made a hostile Afterward they marched through the streets shouting and An attempt on the part of the police to disperse the was met by the former being ater tUostudeiiU gradually A Tory BightHour U stated that the prospects for some legislation ou the 3hour question at the cowing mission are brighter than they were Dome time owiug to i lie discovery that quite a num ber of Tories have become convinced that such a bill applying to the heavier trades would bo a meauure ot jus It In therefore probable that a bill vwbodylug thin purilHl application of the principle will be Introduced with a fair cUungu of Woll Fin laud slate hut Frauleln bountiful leader of the Salvation Army In that grossly Insulted by Buwtau police ittruok him down wltU a ahe was was not Involving employed ou tlie Qarnton owpFMi It grow out the dismissal by the employers of A number of workmen Who refuted to load boycotted Found Deftd lu Ragslan WAS found dead in his room at a hotel Wednesday morning with a liullet hole in his A Kusslnn Pole Who obtained access to lilS room on the pretext of delivering au luvltAtion to a and who has since is in ot the lloiub MHkeri In addition to recent nrresis of Nihilists lu this city two other members of that party have been appro Iliirided by the authorities on the charge of being interested in the manufacture of Denthnf Lady daughter of the line Buron Meyer De and wife o IjorA is Will Italne the Iuy of the The cabinet have de cided to raise the pay of the metropolitan Adam leader of the Free Church of is FORGER AND Charles Unit on Owing About NEW Charles Eas for five years past a trusted employe V the tobacco house of John of 68 Broad is a forger and a fugi tive from Eaaton was in receipt Of a fair but speculation proved too great a temptation for and ou be fled from the he left victims to whom he owed money to the aggregate amount of His forgeries were of such a nature ami have ted to such complications among finan cial corporations that every effort was tnudetukeep the news of his flight and peculations from the Not until Tuesday did the news of bis and becone Every effort made by the detectives to locate the fu gitive bos proved He is supposed to bo in Au examination of the books of Mayo show that Hustons prookeil work was curried on for a long The piialng of checks and forgery of drafts was the method tueil by Easton in his A HomunUc NEW A romantic mar riage look place at the Astor house Tues day when Judge Rucsell exminister to and May Davids The groom i weak ago was stricken with typhoid fe consequent upon overwork as editor of The He was able to dross for the ceremony but returned fa his sick bed immediately after The itrealtbiest witness present was the H rooms young Master Russet grandson of the late Marshall of who upon his death left the who at the time a baby in arms In over The Jttuimyivanla WASHINGTON Represent ative Buy of said to a reporter that he had no informa tion that Delnmater would enter the senatorial race he could readily believe that the report was But can he be elected F asked the Any iboilycan be elected who has Quays sup port in the said It will be so difficult to oust Came ron as might at first bti Cameron has for a long time been inactive in Pennsylvania and bis coarse has created a great deal of especially among the younger men in the Ontolal Vote in The official vote of Kansas was canvassed The vote on as Is as follows Republican Alliance Democrat Prohibit on Humpi eys plurality Attorney General Kellogg led the Re publican but fell under the com bined opposition of the Peoples party and the The vote ou attor ney was as follow Heuublloao Run on n SavliiBn NKW was a slight run on the Howard Savings bank of New ark It began in a small way on When the bank opened Tues morning a line of depositors had formed In front of the They were all small cUtitomersV the chiefly and tlio aggregate paid out at the closing hour less than President the eldest son ot the Into secretary of said Tues day that thu bank could pay all of Its de positors in full and then have 000 on Low UtttuB or Granger JACKSON The Southern Passenger association an uounoos u low rate for Urstolaa passen gers or the round trip to nnd ou thfl occasion of the meet Ing of the uuiloual FamiurV Alliance and Industrial union on A request has been made to all lines not members of the association and to all connections aad trunk tines north of the Ohio for u low and it In probable that It will be grunt Tim IlUoi Ilitnk NKW Juilgo OBrien bos appointed Francis a re tired temporary receiver ot the North River bunk In the suit of the at torney general for a dissolution l the corporation aud wind up lu at In doing so the Judge disregarded bo of the Apgur estate for Meuuru receiver and to keep alive the charter of the Inability WAWUNOTON Fran who wag suspuuted by tue London police of Jwk thu Ripj mid whom Doteitlvo arrested jero as a suspicious hu been rvlensed from Hw Is still uudur Hauulttic to Tbe Bun from tha Cili of Mexico uuys advlww rom Jlotuluruii nay Hint BAUCUUE WfUl not slipt after but commit ted suiciilo nearly raus Coi jpie of the Frame Work of a New TWO PERSONS INSTANTLY And H Number Injured Ifl fly Workmen Hurled In the An other Accident of I ho Rnlnu A Fat H Holler JSxphwIon nt An Olil Grand Trunk Kmplojre Killed by Tuesday morning at 10 oclock the frame work ot a house being erected over ton new stllto at the Standards companys refinery burying about ilfty men beneath Kl r tspridle and Cable were killed Thu injured are Jeff caught under a heavy piece ot timber and filially injured back in jured slightly hand and leg Injured George bruised Edward cut ou cheek and over the eye sllghily injured slight1 injureil Charles back injured VVulicr leg broken ami head out George slightly in jured James slightly Tbe wrecked building was composed of heavy wooden which were cov ered with Tno timbers were placed on top of the ground and the wet wcnthor the last few days caused one side to sink out of which caused the braces to part and let the building A Similar Cnie at Hugh Moruu aud Pvter crushed to death under the stone wall of Marks corner of Franklin avenue ami Liberty Wednesday Thu building was a new Hearing and the whole front end fell MISCELLANEOUS JHlHl Ifoiler The boiler at the Marblehead pumping sta where a is being ex ploded Wednesday killing John the who was burled a distance of 171 One of the of the id hurt about the bnck and ami will probably Timothy Sliaunnessy had a leg broken and was badly Edward Mclveiimi was cut about the face and Antonio Acli users re ceived slight The uf the accident was t he foaming caused by salt in the The destructions of the works is The boiler was blown lu three dittureut Iametigfr by u Nov SO Rob Michigan passenger agent of the Grand Trunk while attempting to board a moving train at miwed fooling and Cell under the Hu died from bin ip Kobiubon had been iu the employ of the Grand Trunk railroad for upwards of twenty rising from telegraph oper ator to the responsible poition of Michi gan passenger agent of the Grand Trunk He leaves a widow and four Died of ExPost mastar Thomas died Wednes day morning of injuries received Monday by falling Into the basement of a new building He was a brother to United gtatus Senator Jones of And had for many years been prominent in local The accident that caused bis death was due to Seventeen Uurvei The livery and boardiugstableof Turner Evans near thin together with seven teen sixty and a quan tity of hay aud was burned early Wednesday causing a loss of Snved by Her A cornet saved a John Bigger put some coal in the kitchen in which some one hud carelessly a loaded As soon as thu cartridge touched the fire it Tbe bullet badly tore the ladys band and struck her in the but off from a corset The ball otherwise would have parsed through her pnnUhed Him with a PKAIHIK iu A woman who has been canvaiuiQg the city to dispose of corsets thought herself In sulted by u prominent physician of this aud becoming exasperated adminis tered a public chastisement to him In the street with a She followed him for several blocks aud finished up the whipping in his owu Hut MUCH Colored The Black of and fought Tuesday for a pur an of Hltshtowur hud the best of the lighting up to the end of the third before time was called the Pearl landed u fearful smash on the oth ers knocking him The fighting was Klxetluu Cruutu JKIIEEV James Tlmumi MUkul and Peter Cas Hi men charged with stuffing ballot ere lay bonteuced by Juile Lippiiicott to OIIB yeur and six uiliH1 imprisonment each uad to re main lu jail until thu of the outloii are Vuuml it 1iilut Mluulii ABIIKSK Tliu discovery of a valuable deposit of minoral palut baa been uiadu lu Diaksou Ii U of bmbru cnlor aud better In quality than the Cunn lian and nearly us good as I Ian Tm I iili The ijniujtlcy U III a widow living ui u mi ill Ittttlon v QOIUI itUd Tiiusiluy ufliViioon by Bin She WIIH about 115 yoaM Ulltllt ill love lit the nupposud CUIIHH thu luiitflilrn KOIIT Thomas a hotel keopur ut n x tMn frum tbls shot aud killed llorry Wllvon In OHirt homii liuriiur tturrviidured au 1 WiWu tor UidMyinji bin The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL 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 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AJSTD THE FOR BURNING COKE OR WOOl Xlili ONLY Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove IT HAB JCVKHY HODEHJi And for beauty of fmoothne of Perfection or Simplicity ana tul BUgant Btove Sttan PITTS FALL I AM NOW UflAUY TO FUIUUBIi KVEBY MAN IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADK FIOH iSELKOTED KSPEOIAUiY FOE CUV IN TIIK MOST STYLISH oot AND At Figures that will Please EL GK Julius Raible Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my business to my new building No 116 between Piasa and Belle 1 shall devote my entire attention to iho WHOLESALE SALES Of ull kinds of Wines and where nil DEALERS will fM to llioir Interest to Puiolmau ibuir Supplies ut Strictly Wholesale The Largest and Most Select Stock o Fine WINES and LIQUORS eve i brought to thin u complete Bottling Depart Call and 9 Belle and Piasa sis FALL GOODS ANOT11EU LOT OF WORCESTERS AND JUHT RROKIVBU VUK ALSO A K1NB LINK Of Cloth for roll VAIL
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