Alton Daily Telegraph, November 20, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

November 20, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON i VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20. 1890. THE LATEST CRAZE: Cill MU MP SILENT. Herbert Ward's Letter to The London Times THI,ED! WINKS. ABOUT MR. STANLEY'S REAR GUARD. (A new and interesting aum*- J o (bt* dismiss*! by tim employers of a I number of workmen who refused to load iv, buyout!cd st«am»hip. Found Deed la Hie Room. Paria Nor. 20.—Chm. Sellrorsgoff, • ■ Bnasiau agent, wa# found dead in bln room al a hotel Wednesday morning with a ' n Ret h*,|e in hia head. A Rusaiao Pole who obtained amaas to btl room on the pretext of delivering an invitation to , a Ital I, and who has ainee fled, ut suspect* od of the murder. Cai jp ;e of the Frame Work of a New Building. COAL. THE POPULAR GI MX: BALMA. Posxewe* remarkably fascination be happy, pity “HALMA.” for tot ski and old. (if you (By toe author of •• Raima.’’) It is equally interesting to children aa well as adults anil is learned to play in three minutes. Ms Claims Vht.t Mal Harttalot Held lbs Explorer** laitrsetlssi Harrod Kvua la tba Fee* of HsrfstiM-estf mf tbs Irish Coasplrssr Casa*— IMI Iva aad O'Hrtaa Aa a lea sad ta Twelve Months la Prises — Other Foreign Matas. lost DON, Nov. 20.—Herbert Ward writes would to The Times as follows; "With every desire to be loyal lo Mr. Htauley, It la impossible for me longer to remain al* lent. Mr. Stanley has raised all the aide    daughter of the J issues of th* Jameson Bart ta lot stories ! and other matter* in order to evade tho main controversy. He may or may not    .    ~    ~    ’ .    „ „ ,    ,    #    ,    Will    Ital**    th* Fay of tbs Folia*. I b. . .**ru|>iiIou. nm,,, but h. U a.duub«. ;    |<0    N,„ „ _TW    ,    d„ •ll, . bold .ad    on.    It would    cW„,    th>    ,,, appear, therefore, that in charging tho ; polios, < Al errs with irresolution and TWO PERSONS INSTANTLY KILLED, Bomb Ms bars ApprohssdaA. I ‘AB<a. Nov 20. —In addition to recent arr**:* of Nihilists in this city two other member* of that party have been appro* handed by the authorities on til* charge of bemg interested in the manufacture of bxu bs. Hest bnf Lady Koasbery, London. N .V. ut—Lady Rosebery, And a tart* Nambar Workwsn Marled In th# athar A.-e d nt of tho Usa* batara—A Fatal Hollar tiylislss at Marhlsbead, Nasa.—Aa Old Grand Trunk Kasplaya Killed bf a Trot*—Marses Cremated. J .IMA. Ohio, Nor 20—Tuesday morning at It) o’clock th* frame work of a house bring erected over tea new stilts at th# K’andsrd’e emptily’* refinery collapsed, The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL deliverer! at live minutes notice In auy ot the T—n T't0**** Bu,n8 lo “Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West. late Baron Meyer De burying abo it ttfty men heneatb IL Kl-Roi lischlld, ami wife of Laird Rosebery, is dee I. The great Military Game —Should be Id every family, frjjr We alto carry lo stock the ever popular Parches!!, Progressive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety other interesting and pleasing Board Games, of Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles! The LATEST, The BENT, The MOST PUZZLING! IsrThe famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the moat I* teresting anti Faaciraling Puzzle yet introduced Nothing like it. Mutt be teen and tried to be appreciated. (inly 15c. HERE S ANOTHER, THE POCKET DERBY, A new Race Game for young and old, a fascinating and exciting Game of chance. Only 10c. CHAS. J. DEGENHART, DEALER IN I Stationary, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys. ~ IQI and 103, cor. Third and Piasa sts. Alton IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OP — Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmoline, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, GO TO rear guard disregard of instructions bs feared bs might ooo day have to anawsr a charge for a hick bs himself wa* re»pou*ihIe, so ha collected all IIM tittle-tMtle of tai* bearers and attacked Ills subordinate*. Why Was HarMalat AppoHitodf “After staling that Stanley's column was not above reproach and that he him* •alf bari buried dead men Stanley left on tbs road, Mr Ward a-ks why Stanley left inexperienced officer* to charge of lh* rear, knowing that they coaid only onery out hts oglers and drive tbs load bearer* with tile greatest severity. Why bad Its appointed Barttslot, whom ho dis liked as much as llarttelot dunked bim, and whom bs knew was unsuitable tbs work, to a position of momentous responsibility at the supreme crisis of tbs expedition? What must Ii* thought of Stanley < urn! >k back on Yambnya, assuring Bari It*lot ha had mads a win cholos, and selecting him to guard th* inten a's of tbs expedition daring hi* absence?” Maid Rtaalsy’s Order, Sacred Mr. Ward declares that with all his ac-kunwJf'lg.Hj faults Ms}. Bn rue lo*. with splent! d loyalty to lbs best traditions of h s service, bob) sacral sveiy instruction of Stanley to tho last. in tits face of st ar vat mu be refused to open tbs store* htauley had warued bim were essential to the su< eats of tbs expedition. Yet Stanley accused him (the rn a J >r) of disloyalty. Hi vs Mr. Ward: •‘There was no reason to refuse us fool and medic ne but his stolid se use of disciple. To bae* taken th* law tu our own bands would assuredly bae* led to bloodshed. Huguley must lake a portion of tbs b am*. By his example on ma march up bs Initiated among tbs mr rn I***,* of bis staff the feeliug of indifference to human suffering aud among tbs loud bearers a fatalistic acceptance of their lot aa mer* beasts of burden. Detlbaraiaty It Uh rd Disaster. >'pointing Bartiriot under th* circumstances ho deliberately risked disuse no stronger word, by vagus Instructions. He placed Bart ta lot in a position of bewildering alternatives. By An allege.! agreement with Tippoo Tib he put Ba et lr UK more or las* at the Arab's mercy aud left bim abandoned By pub* tithing the atli tavits of a negro valet he demerits dead man. He ran answer for bliner*lf whether ha should not bear some of the res {mo si bi I tty for the disaster which befell (ba rear guard.” Rev. Dr. Altern Dead. London, Nov. ‘JO.-Rev. Dr. Adam, leader of the Free Church of Foot laud, la dead. FORGER AND FUGITIVE. Charles Owiag IRISH CONSPIRACY CASES. Dillon MARSH’S DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK la the MOST COMP1J2TB over Drought to Alton. Wo Mn show you Something New aa often aa you call bt: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussel* Ingrain,    Art Squares, Sag or Hemp. ZINT CHRTAIKTS s Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. HST PIUG-S: Fur Moquette,    Smyrna Ac Oriental. i Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladle* like to ape the Newest and Finest in Hokum Decoration*. The Baaieat way to et* them la to Call frequently at our establishment, whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL. TBF. riNKST MR ATES. Radiant Home Till: H KMT HARD CXI AL BANR Bl KUBU. sad O’ltrbn *sat*a«u4 ta Twelve Months' I ai prison in net. ('Lot MKI, Nov. SO.—Tho trial of Maser* Dillon, O’Brien sod others, charged with conspiracy lu inciting the tenants on th* Mott h-Barry astate to re fuse payment of rent, was concluded Wednesday. The court sentences Maser*. Dillon and O'Brien to two term* of six mouths’ Im-prisoument each, the eoateneae to ba served concurrently. The defendants i’st rick O’Brian aud Cuiliuan* are eon-drained to six months’ imprisonment, ami Messrs Walsh, Mocktar and Bolton to four. Tho seuteaee* are all for si in pis Impr.»outueni without labor. Father Humphreys and it***#*, J. Kelly, Condon and Kheeby went discharged. Dr. Kaab’s Graal It I set* very, BEHUN, Nov. B’.—Professor Oerhardt, bu explaining Dr. Kocb's treatment to an aud ic ii c* of mao/ foreign physicians Tuesday, exhibited three typical cases. Tbs first was oho of Aggravated tubercular disease of th* throat. Aa iaJsetloB of two milligrams of the lymph was made Mondny. Tuesday them was a decided reaction and a care is expected. The second case wm one of pl: I bids Th* treat maut already shows algas of rnarkod success, lo the third casa tbs iunction was made a* an aid to dtagoo«U No reaction occurred and it is assumed that tbs discase is not tuberculous. When fr-sh supplies of th* lymph ar* prepared they will tie distributed Ant to the hew pi tats in Berlin. Madrid At adenia aa a lieut pegs. MAUER), Nov. Ak—Wednesday being tho snnlveroary of the riot which occurred in IHA*, the students at th* university refuged to eater the building. A proc sxion Ka* formed and the rec eld-• r tut student* marched to the offioes of tho minister of justice, where they made a hostile demonstration. Afterward they marched through tho streets shouting and singing. Aa attempt on the part of th* potto* to dispel*** the paraders wa* rust by the former bring disarmed. Later the student* gradually dispersed. A Tory Fight-Hour Move. London, Nov. SO.—It is stated that th* prospect* for some legislation on the A-bour question at th* coming session ar* brig ii tar than they went some lima ago, owing to the discovery that quit# a number of Torte* have become oohvlaced that such a bill applying to the heavier ti ade* would be a mr-anure of just las. It ie therefor* probable that a bi ii embodying this part tai application of the principle will be introduce! with a fair chance of M. Easton skips Os! A buat BIO,OOO. New YOKU, Nov. ’ai.— Charles H. Easton, for Bv# years psst a trusted employe Of the tobacco house cd John ii T. Mayo, Of Ab Broad street, Ie a forger anil a fugitive from justice. Reston was in receipt of a fair income, but speculation proved too grata a temptation for birn, nod when, ou Oct. A, be Id from the city, tie or 1 left victim- to whom he owed money to tho aggregate amount of 140,009. His forgeries were of sin h a nature and have M to such compilat ion* among tinanet* I corporations that every effort was made to keep ti** news of bi* flight and peculations from the public. Not until Tuesday did the news of bis Bight and forger»< broon* known. Every effort made by the detective* to loc >ie the fugitive bas proved futile. He ie supposed to lie In Ca ii ads. Au examination of th* book* of Mr Mayo show that Ruston’* Crooked work » os carried on fur a long flute. Th* raising of checks and forgery of drafts wa* the method ii-e l by En*tou in hts peculation*. A lion, aulic Marriage. NKW Vohk, Nov. TO.—A romantic mar riagf took place at the Astor hon-a Tuera dsy afternoon, when Judge Hornell Young, et minister to China aud Mrs May D David* were we hie i. The groom a week ago was stricken with typhoid ie ver, con* -qn ut upon overwork as editor of The Herald. He was able to drest for the ceremony Tuesday, but returned to his sick bed immediately after it. The wealthiest witness present wm th* groom’* young son. Master Runnel Jewell Young, grand sob of the Ut* Maraball Jewell, of Connecticut, who upon bis death left the youngster, who at the time was a baby in anna lo Paris, over #3,000,-U00 Tbs Pennsylvania Kenai or, hi p. Washington City. Nov. sd. -Representative Bay ne, of Pennsylvania, said to a reporter that wbil* he bad bo information that Mr. Daiaroater would autor th* senatorial race be could readily believe that the report wm correct. “But can be be electedF* naked the reporter. “Anybody can be eleetod who bae (J I*?’* support in lite legislators,” said Mr. Hayne, “ll will be so difficult to oust Mr. Cameron se might at drat ba supposed. Mr. Ca ii vs roo has for a long tim* bosn lunctivs in Pennsylvania politics, and bis coarse has created a great deal of discontent, especially among tbs younger men in the rn r r pr.dle aud J .me# Cable were killed outright. I he injured are: Jeff Wiuuer, caught under a heavy prat* of timber aud fatally injured; James P. Hius, back injured eligtitl); W. F. Tone, band sod leg injured; George Marks, bruised; Edward Quinlan, cut on cheek and over the eye; D. NI**mara, alight lr injured; J. Oracle, sligati injured; Charles H. Moor*, back injured; V\ alter Lnwrai.ce leg broken sud he-id cut; George Boud, slightly Injured; James t-Utopp, slightly injured. The a reek**I building was oui posed of heavy wooden t rn ber*, which were cor-•rad with eheet-irou. Toe timber* were placed on top of the ground and tbs wet weather the lost few day* eau sad on# side lo sink out of plumb, which caused th* braces to part aa l tat the building down A Similar ( as* at Clsvslawd. CIK vela sd, Ohio, Nov. Si—Hugh Moran and Peter Ban lost, laborer*, were crushed to death under the stone wall of FL Mark-’ church, corner of Franklin avenue ami Liberty street. Wednesday I morning. The building wm a new one, nearing completion, and the whole front end foil In miscellaneous mishap;. Fatal (tailer kiplu»l»n Maknlf.hkad, Ma**, Nov. SD.-The boiler at th* Marblehead pumping station, where a r a rvoir ie being built, exploited W.duetday morning, hilling John Dunn, the •• ginner, who wm buried a dial anre of ITI f si, One of the Injured, C IL Robots* i, sup-nntrnds it of th* Work*, i- burt about the heal, bick and legs, ami will pradtably die T,mothy Hnauuiiesay had a leg l»roken and was badly cut. Jal want McKenna WM cut about the face and Auto,oo Acbusors race iv.-d alight abrasions. The causa of th* a-cl.lent was the foaming rau-cd by salt in the water I be 'instruction* of the Murks is cora plat a    The boiler wee ■ blown lit three different directions, Fsaseager Agent Killed Ay s Trata Dkt no it, M yh.. Lr DD —William Robinson, Michigan passenger agent of tbs Grand Trunk re,.road, white attempting to board a moving train at Lapeer, Mick., HS need h <t foiling and fail tinier lh* wheel* lie died (tom bls injuria*. Mr. Robinson bad been in lbs employ of th* Grand Trunk rai road fir upwards of tweoty years, rising from telegraph opera at or to th* reaponaiM* po-ID on of Michigan pMnengvr agent of the Greed Trunk system He leevM a widow and four children    _____ Died at Mis laJuriM. Clk VIL AVD, Onto, Nov. JU—Ex-Pout-mastar Thorn** Jon*-, Jr., divd Wsdnse-day morning of injuries remired Monday night, by failing Into tbs basement of a new bul! ting He wm a brother to United Blate* Senator Jones of Nevada, aud bad for many year* bosn prominent in local politic* Th* act deal that caused bt* death wm due lo darkness. HARD COAL 111 all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Ibices, duality Unsurpassed. BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street.7 TELKPHONK 84 AXD ai. THE OMAHA KOR BURNING COAL, CORK OR WOOD. -TMK ONLY I’KHFKCr— , Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove Made. IT HA* EVK UY (IDDEEN IMFK VLMf VT And for tmuty #f rtalxh. •taoutkn#** oft xstlng, Fvrfectlon of 0|H>ra».lun, 8irat»Ucl*y and Durability, this Miegaat Stove Fra mnlnant Bole A gen ta. Supe nor f rug MONT reirSOT (VH*K WIYJVK ll A DK, FIBK Ii AUL ^ W A met SIK l> FOK FIVE VT AKB.) m„ H. A. H0FFM ANN, IOO and lot E. SECOND ST Well Doms, Fra*Isis Hoar!miso. London, Not. SO.—Ad vims from Fin land stale that Fraulein !JHartman the beautiful leader of the B ti vat ion Army IU thai province, wm grossly i usa I iud by n ii oast su poiie* offlcisi, and struck him down with a baton sh* wm carrying, bbs WM not arrested. om-ial Tete Im Kswses. T'IFK KA. Ken.. Nov. WL—Th* ofticiai vol* of Kansas was canvassed Tuesday. Tbs vole on governor, sa completed, ie os follows: Uaeipbray. KepuUkaa.... ...............I IV, Ii tvillita,AUlaaca...  ....... ,.    bwwu Ihihlasuit, Dsmoost   71JM iiicha;daun. Prahibit on.............  1,    47 11 ump .ejr*s plurality....................... t,IS| Attorney General Kellogg lad tbs Re-pub dean ticket, but fall under th* combined opposition of tbs People's party and th* iJsmocracy. Th# vote on attorney getter*! wm m follow; ive*. Alban.* .........  .................im.ira Kellogg. Republica a ,................128,7*1 Baa sa a ftavtMg* Hank. Nr.w Yoke, Nov. SB — I bera wm a slight run on tbs Howard having* bank of Newark Tuesday. It began in a small way on Monday. When th* I tank opened Tuesday morning a Un* of depositors had formed in front of the bauk. They were all small cu-L rnera V the bauk, chiefly foreigners, and the aggregate paid out at th* c osing hour wa* lese than #40,009. Pre id trot Fra iiugbuyeen, the rliiest son of the tale secretary of alai*, said Tuesday that the hank could pay alt of it* de ;.os 1 tors in full and than have ILd09,OOO on baud. Low Bates lur tirauger Falttletaaa. Jacksonville, Fie., Nov. 20.—Th* hoot hr rn I’aooenger aooociat on aa bouoc1** a low rat* for flrat-ciaa paasen-gem (or the round trip to Ocala, Fla., and return, on th* occasion of th* masting of tbs national Farmer*' Alliance and Industrial union on Dec A A request boa been mad* to all tines not member* of the aaeoci ulna aud to all oouoeeitotts aad trunk liars north of the Ohio river, for a low rata, aad it ie probable that it will be granted.     __ Tbs Nurtb Biter (tank Trouble. New Yoke, Nov. Ai—Judge O’Brien has Eppoiuted Francis Higgins, a re tired merchant, k-iuporary rec.-Der of the North River bank rn the suit of the attorney general brought for a dissolution of the corporation aud to wind up ii* ef-fsirs la doing so th* judge disregarded the proeeediugs of tim Apgar estate fur a ce Der ai receiver sud to keep alive th* charter of the bauk. JU. Thee seed Mea co Strike. Loi(Ahi, Nov. 89.— A sulks involriag 1,009 laborers, employed on the Galeton dock, occurred Wednesday. Ii grew oat Dr. IsaUstf Bel«ase«i. Wauhi SBTOX City, Not AI—Dr. Francis Turn bi sty, who was suspect**! by th* Bendon (tulle* of U-iug "J-Ak * tx,- Kipper,” ana whom Du;** live I' ne air**ted here as a suspicious character, has been iv leased from < a-tody, lie is still under pollee •urvsiilaina Hascnrs « uimiii.UmI snletda. Nk«r Yoke. Nov. AI -A special to Th* Bun from th* City of Mexico says advise* from Honduras say that Gen. .Sauchea was not abut after capture, but committed suicide cr baa nearly c«p mal ny Bog-ran a forces Essen ieee Huna Ursa* st od. Chicago. Nov. Aa-Tbs livery and boarding s'abiaof L Turner 4k Ca., Rvaus-too, uaur this city, together with seven teen boree*, sixty carriages and a quai** ! tity of hay sud gram, wm burned early Wednesday morning, ce using a Urn of #40,909. - HmvsA by Mar Carest. Ai KOKA. I is, Nov. AI.—A corset saved a life. Mrs John M. Bigger pm acme coat tit lh* kuchen stove, In which some oo* had tartlessly left a loaded earl ridge. As soot* sa th* cartridge touched th* Ara 1 it exploded. The bullet badly tora th* lady’* berat end st rue* ber in tbs breMt, bul glance I off troiu a coram sinai. Tho bali others is* w ould have passed through ber body.  __ PnnUhrU Hies wilk a Hr w» un I lek. Pit a i KIK DU CntKN, Win, Nov. Sd—A woman who ban been cAuvaadng tbs city to d ts {Maw of corsets tbougbt beroe lf insulted by a prominent physician of this city, aud toM-unilng exasperated ad mi ti late rad m public chastisement to him la th* i street with a broomstick Hi** followed bim for severe! blocks aud finished ap the whipping in his own office Tight Mel a OUM Colure.I Staggers, OMAHA. Nets, Nov. ’JO.-The ‘Black Pearl," of M. not-spoils, aid J arnee Hightower, color**!, fought Tuesday for a purse of FAW. Hightower had th* bael of the fighting up to lbs end of the third round Jus' Is-fura tims wm called th* ^Mtrl lauded rn fearful siaMb on the other* ne. k. kuiM king bim senseless. The fighting was fi re*. Blest Ion Iruwfca erat anend J Kl.KFY City, N. J., Nov. Ai—James Burns. I tiuina- Mi«kel aud htsr T. Cara •idy, the th e • man cbarg d with stuffing ballot bu XOM. *era We.lnrslay annt«i*c*d by J ud. e I appui coll to on* year and six 1 mon t h»’ i in pr. sun meat esau aud to remain in jail until tho oasts, of th* prosecution are paid Found a Faint Minn la (tan***. Alined Ken., Nov. 20. —Thediscovery of a valuable deposit of mineral paint been made in D: ck son county nm bra coir erat better in quo-ity than tbs Cana I.an article, and neatly as good M the Tm k >*h a in br*. Th* quantity Ie •snntiu .ly iuexhanatibUi Diaapputatnd th Lava. Ko .DMut'fcK Iii*., Nov. 2*1 — Mrs, .Vt J. Hank*, rn wid<*w living at Drake, a em ut station west of here, corno ud an t. Ie Tuneriay afternoon by ain r'ttig heros.f. Site was about Ai years old. J?i~4p;a»;at-rn .-ut la love Is tb* supposed ca us* o. the deed. Billnd His Daughter's Mel rarer. FOUT HMITM, Ark , Xov. Al. — Thomas Harper, a botel keeper at Gra- owool, e *• lade milos from this city, lint aad killed Harry W|!«m in th* c od Hwws* *q.i*ra Harper »urr< udera-t aal -t.- wk aided Vt iDun tor betraying me daughter PITTS & HAMILL, FALL* SUITS. I AM NOW KEADY TO TI UN IHI! EY KHY MAN IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADE FN'IM DIT IIN .itEUCCTKO ESPECIALLY TOE PAIjIj WEAR. Cir; IN THE MOAT STY LIAU MANNEH, With. Perfect Pit, -'AND At Figures that will Please All. EL C. G. Moritz. J ulius H. Raible Reent er, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. Having removed my buat ness between Plata and Belie Stree t, bi lite to my ucur building I shall devote my Ne. 116 Fourth,) entire sileutioo WHOLESALE SALES Of ell kiiuU af Wines and Liquors, where til to their Interest to Purchase their Supplies at DEALERS will II* t I* Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Lergest and eve I Drought to thin •lieut Kale bilsh ct I. Mott Select Stock o Fine WINES and LIQUORS City-—on baud,—aud a complete Bottling Depart-Call and Examine. wa. re jiil.iic y Raihlp 116 Four,h be,‘ Kft«|JUllUd ll. nalUIc,Belle and Piasa sis FALL GOODS! ANOTHEK LOT OF ANO CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES, Jim E EC Al VED TOM KA Ixia WEAR ALAO A FINE UNI OF Cloth for Overcoat* FOB FALL AXP WIMTKB £. L. BORCKMANN. ;

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