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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELEGRA VOLUME WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER THE LATEST A now and interesting game POPUEAR GAME The Queens Speech Read the Lord by Possesses remarkably fascination be play 1 for ro0NQ and If you would By It is equally Interesting to children as well as adults and la learned to play in three 1 The great Military Game Should be in every We also carry in stook the ever popular Progressive Table Ring improved and a variety of other interesting andpleasing Board teles Puzzles Puzzles The TJie The MOST PUZZLING GYpSY PUZZLE without doubt the most in terestiDg and Pascicating Puzzle yet Nothing like Must be seen and tried to be Only HERES THK POCKET Citing IN Picture Fancy 101 and Third and Piasa Alton IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Syrup Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or 0 S DRUG STORE WHAT SHE HAS TO 8AV OF tier Miijoity with PUniuio the Condition of the Oroeli Wlileh Hho Clnlnm Spendy Solution of the Newfoundland Flulicrlen Question Har dens of Compulsory after the house of commons had been called to order the lord chancellor arose atidread the queens speech from tho Tho opeSch declares the relations of her majestys government with those of tho various foreign powers to be un and congratulates her subjects that the securities for the continued maintenance of peace appear to be un Negotiations with Italy in regard to the of British terri tory tu northeait Africa and Abyssinia are in Although as yet no treaty with Italy on African affairs has been ratified with the king of a tem porary arrangement has been made by her majestys gover nment whereby the most urgent questions at issue between Great Britain and Portugal as to their respective interests in Africa can be satisfactorily dealt with pending the results of further The Condition of The speech says that negotiations have been opened with France on the subject of the fisheries and the hope is eased that a solution of this vexed giltail satisfactory to all the pnrtios may bo speedily 11 I lit yreparatlon of the esti for lie rawing year purliameu mlgfji that the Interests of sirict would Her uorx Insure the genera condition of Ireland which bus sensibly improved under the under the operation of recent salutary legislation for the gov ernment of that Deep regret is that the serious de ficiency in the potato crop in certain sec tions of the country threatens a recur rence of periods of severe distress to which the people of western Ireland are pecu liitrly exposed by reason of the industrial and economic conditions under which they MfUBuro to Secure In thin the hope is expressed that the measures taken and being taken by her government may at once mitigate Hie immediate evil and dimin ish the probability of its It appears to majesty in order to secure an increase of contentment and a diminution of political disturbance in that measures be takon for aug menting the of proprietors en ggedin the actual cultivation the A measure having the accomplish ment of this object in view would there fore at proper time be submitted to parliament for its Coiupuliorr Educational Tho speech then recites tho various measures which the government proposes to place before parliament at the present Among thean will be one for facilitating transaction In Scotland and Ireland of the raora important stages of private legislation affecting those Tho speech continues by mak ing the announcement that the attention of parliament will soon be directed to the matter of devising measures for alleviating the onerous burdens which the enforcement of the compul sory educational law imposes upon the A bill provided for the enactment of a reformed system of county govern ment in analngous to that re cently put in operation in Great and various other measures designed to Improve tho condition of the people will ba prepared and submitted to parliament in time to permit of legislation being had thereon during present lily present InoliMcil repnueulnl from the rimks In tlio time Tho queen mid the prince of Wales sent tokens of their esteem for the deceased Tho ftinlmssadowi and ministers from nil the leading powers were and the OrtirUgos in line tilimbered over aiie Rolnwhild to which Ijuly Hoscbery was represented by all Uie memoew In Great Britain and several from the Is In Dotnge Nov who for many years was prime minister of Ronmiinlu and Is the leader of the Na tional Liberal has come out as a vio lent enemy of the whom he declares to be the soourgo of the This change has glvftii great Bra now in hia TOUi lui ving here tofore been a champion of civil and re llgioua i Rupiiy a The Australian strik era have returned to the English unions he money advanced by the latter to help their Australian brethren in their recant conflict with the It was un derstood at the time that the money was sent tlmt it was only a but many eople doubled tho ability of the Austra ians to make good thuir promise to re urn An Onpun North German Gnzatto announces that arrangements lave been concluded between the Im erial postoffloe authorities and United States Ios tin General Wauamaker or the establishment of postoffices oh loard t bo Gorman mail The bject of thin arrangement is to have the mails eorted wbile in Nows Notes and Gossip from Washington CONGRESSMAN MKINLEY He gouie Doubt of Prnhu ble Aotlun of lite Bennta During the Coming on I Fcdernl Elee tlou Hill Action of CommlMlonor linum Ovftrtilttd bj Swire turjr WABHINGTON of arrlvtd In the city Tuesday morning for tho purpose oflooklng over the gruiiiiJ beforu the miotlng of next In nn interview he ualil i hat lie confldunt that congresB would the circuit conn hlil a modified shipping and the apportionment The appropriation he would be disposed of before Ihe 4th of In regnrd to the federal election MuKluley expressed some of ihu ac tion of the aenate during the coming ses He of the opinion that Republican senators were agreed to put the measure He hint not talked wiih them lately on this subject und could not speak Of the possibility of an extra session In McKinley said ho knew uolh CAPlYAL The Famous GMlople Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice in any of the Burns i o a Olfear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARB COAL in all sizes rt at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFOftE THE BIG SOMETHING NEW lie Ohio Ieiiltcntiiiry Bobbed by One of the The Ohio state prison was robbed Monday by a man who is now under sentence for pun ishment behind its but who re cently secured the benefit of the parole or ticketoMeHve A month ago Walter a young colored pris oner fiom secured a pa a number of the board of prison giving him employment at his home and himself to answer tor his gpod as the law Monday morning Campbell appeared ut the piion just as the administration offices werj bting Captured In n Gambling Slipping unnoticed into the wardens he preil open the drawers of his securing money and valuables to the value of He but was Been and recognized by the sentry at the outer so that when the robbery was discovered he wax once A detective noon found him at a RHmbllng Howe and arrested Campbell con essed and part of property was re Murder and robbory are fre quently committed under the shadow of the prison but this is the first time Institution has been robbed by oiie of its HAVE CONFIDENCE IN Ho Bti ITS NO Thai our STOOK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton We can show you Something New as often as you call in Rag or I3V OTJf Dado or Body BrusselH Art Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa and In House The Radiant THK IJttST HAUI JIASK UK IKKPICOT COOK STOVB JflB 1IAOK8 WAHUANTBD FIVE yBAjiB to 190 and 108 ST Will Remain at Uie Uend of 1artjr in the Homo of The meeting of the Parnollite members of the houso of com mons prior to the reassembling of parlia ment held There was al most complete attendance of the members on this side of the Mr as ho wan received with repeated and many of the members darted forward to grasp hia He looked calm and and called the meeting to order In his usual He was unanimously reelected and speeches were made by Sexton and others expressing the complete con fidence of iho party tn thdr leader and urging him to retain his place at tho head of the party In the house of com Furoell Will no Hit Parnell replied without any direct allusion to the upon He thanked the members for their con tinued and aid In obeUleucH to their and that of the Irish he would remain at their head mid labor to the best of his ability the cauie of homo rnle In The announcement wan received with repented The Irish members will deeply resent any assault upon Par null in the and answer it by allu sions to tho Illegitimate children of the latu King William and other noted Instances of English depravity in high Qiioun of tho THE Regent Emma has issued a proolnrnaiicm declar ing Princess Wllhelmlna quean of the The queen regent says May her throne flnd tho fidelity and devotion of her 1 no cept the regency during her confiding in UoJ and praying that my task will he fulfilled 10 as to tint wel fare of country and the consolidation of the MURDER One Hoy Shoots Another with Whom He 11 ud it 12yearold is in jail here charged with Monday afternoon in company with a number of youthful companions young who is the son of a well todo farmer living about three miles west of went out hunt When several miles from town they met another party of youthful among whom won Charles aged with whom Huffman had hurt some trouble several months Huffman aitked a boy named Hinsey to let him ex amine his while handling it the weapon was discharged and the ball severed the Jugular vein of who was standing near His compan ions started to take tho wounded boy hut he bled to death before reach ing Huffman says he had no In ten ion of stipotlut Bmlolph and that the gun was dischmvu i by Smoked In he her bill for divorce Emma Myers alleges that her William waa in the habit of closing doors and arid smoking strong cigars and offensive tobacco that the family WHS thus polled to sleep and live In an unhealthy and that as a result one of bis youngest children uickonod and died and ihe with tho wife and were made doa hly The parties Were Hurried June al and Myers is said lo bo in Denver at Cliiippuil Off ills Kill win Monday night convicted of mur der in tho flrnt degroo for killing Jaco Kohn In Kohn gave Kill employ montout of chiirity and Kill requited by chopping off his employers head and walking off in On a plea o Insanity ho was sent to tho Rochester but after two years coullueinen was His quickly and alter a stubborn defense on the ground of insanity he was con The Marriage Wua liloody unhappy marriage was cnled in adouiile murder at Qluilo Hun Monday For more Hum twentyfive years Brell and his wife have lived and the history of their m irrloil life has heon one of which usually ended In Droll nhitmofully beating his Yesterday afternoon one of their quarrels ended by Urell his wife and then blowing his own brains out with a Mrs Broil The Cmrn of The govern monl forbidden iho netvspapera to puhliih a petition drawn up by tho Jews asking that they bo pluouil a civil oqtmlltv uthur In Au eilioi oi tno minliitry ot lumiii directs that no work in oounsctlon with Hie gov shall bo given toJews outside of the territorial limit aanlgiied to funeral of Lady ihe late wife pf look 1 Tbert an oonoourw ot wid DO A bhort Manaifer Coutuiltt KANSAS For some dayt pwit Invesllidttion of tho uf the Midland Mercantile company bos been going Tho company was organlned only two months but In that time there has been a shonago of ovur The IiiVHStiKatlon cnmu close to Clmrlus thu and Sunday ufturnoou he to bli home on Woudii farm anil a dose of dying Monday Itilu luwu by tt NKW of Floral Alfred of whilo on the of tho Long Island near Floral Park wore ntriick bf a Kali IpiUutly killed Alqliin wiw though not WASHINGTON Secretary of the Interior depart has overruled tho action of Com mituloner Raum in rejecting the claim of Minerva widow of Patrick of Belle for a This case hax been pending for twenty five The records of the office show that the soldier won wounded In and a pension wax granted him from the date of his In ho surrendered his and wria en rolled as a veteran recruit for three On April he went home on sick iiiil on April S he waa killed by a young muu of decided Con federate solielting crnits for tho Experiment with Sugar 26 Smart of the Indiana University of Agri who is in the c says the insti tution over which he presides Is milking pmctical experiments with sugar beets and find from the analyses already made tbe Uoosier production contains 16 to 18 per of pure Tiis is considerably above thu per of suur found in the beets grown in Germany and the greatest beetaugur pro countries in the Similar experiments are being at the agri culture colleges in of the and in nearly every instance are giving vary satisfactory Tiilk with an Alllunoe WASHINGTON man of is the first of the Farmers Ailiiiuce members to come lo He says that he thinks tbe Alliance intends to advocate meas ures calculated to loosen the stringency In money Thuy he that the existing stringency should be and that congress his the power to do The subtreasury or something that will In effect accom plish the mm will bo Pierce unless the tightness in money is Will Make Hln Graveyard WASHINGTON Car the physician of the poor of east Washington recently bought a su burban building lot near tho national When he examined his property lie found that he had purchased a family graveyard and he was inclined to repu diate the bargain but when the surviving relatives of those who are burled In the graveyard found that It hud changed they made the new owner an offer for the property and It will probably pass from bin hands at a good pro Gold Moduli for WASHINGTON secre tary of the treasury Una sent to Lawrence keeper of the lifeSaving and six other mom hers of the lifesaving the gold life laving me Uila of honor awarded to them Tor heroic dvoJs In saving life at tho of the steiimer Calumet on Lake Michigan The Kvanstph crew rescued eighteen persons from a most perilous situation under peculiarly Adverse Ilonty to Drink ut are running wido open in this oity and the prohibition law of the state Is practically The last grand jury failed to n lurn any Indlcimunis for violation of tho although ins ructed to examine Into the matter carefully by the presiding Tho lira Mining a pell tiou to citv council asking that some for collecting revenue from the saloons uu und the Prohibition luls are making no Yanktoii la the homo of it r o leading itntl a id they iiru oigaulglng for ihu jmrpime ut suciirin from next legislature u of the prohibit ory amendment to the peoplo at a special Slnnliinl Inirtcfid tvltli HAN State Senator who wus Uie de feated DviuiicrfUlu cnndldatu for Ihe state senate from I his has obtained ao ordor from Superior Judge Finn oiling Bcimtor Sutuford to appear ueforu the court commissioner and mmvor ip of ID tbe rwuent Murphy that lie defeated of money thrown into his district by who was working to secure a majority In the leglslaura LliAt tvunid louleut Murphy cluluu to have uvicliKKe to support hU toautefOiitn Hult In tM culebruted OHIO of Charluv Counsel bead of the noted grain house of that who has refused to answer the Interrogatories ol federal grand jury regarding thu nl uued receipt of rebaUs and cut rates on grain from the Hook Island and other landing westoru Olodgett In the fuderal court morning rendered a deoUlon under which Couaselmau Is compelled o Tbli U slgoul tltitory tot oommsroe 310 Belle 84 THE FOR BURNING CORK OR ONLY Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove or KJTK5Y M9DEKN Ana for beauty Sw Simplicity ana tfilf TTTS HAM FALL I AM NOW BBAUY TO FURNISH KVEUV MAN IN ALTON WITH A1 SUPERIOR SPIT OF MADE J8KLKOTED FOB THE MOST STYLISH CJJAND o At Figures that will Please JuliusEL Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my business to my uew building 116 between Piasa and Belle i shall devote my entire atteution the WHOLESALE SALES Of all kinds of Wines and where all DEALERS will to their Iiitoroal lo Purcliaso tLeir Supplies at Strictly Wholesale The Largest and Most Select Stock o Fine WINES and LIQUORS ever brought to tuis aid u complete Bottling Depart ment Call and 6 Fourth and Piasa s FALL GOODS ANWHHll LOT WORCE5TERS AND RKOKIVKO JTQII ALSO A KJNH Cloth for Ove   

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