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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL.. WEDNK8DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER  POM GAMES I  THE LATEST CRAZE:  TIII,EDY WINKS.  /A n tar n .* i _ a    .  (Anew and interesting mime')  THE PO PFL AR GAME:  HALMI  Possess remarkably fascination for young and old. (If you would be happy, play ‘‘HALMA.”  (By  It ie equally interesting to children ai well ai adults and is learned to play in three minutes.  The great Military Game -Should be in every family,  •BF* H r e also carry in stock the ever popular Parcheesi, Progressive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, ami a variety  of other interesting and pleasing Board Games.  Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles!  The LATEST, The UEHT, The MOST PUZZLING!  »*Tb« famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the most in-wresting and Faacirating Puzzle yet introduced Nothlog like it. Must be seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c.  HERE'S ANOTHER, THE  POCKET DERBY,  Gum of*ob«Bc«? ‘oil”,' 10c.‘“ d  ° LU ' *  ,Mdnmt,n * * od eidll °*  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  DEALER IN  Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys.  IQI and 103, cor. Third and Piasa sts. Alton  PMM OH.  -  The Queen's Speech Read by the Lord Chancellor.  WHAT SHE HAS TO SAY OF IRELAND.  IF YOU NEED  - A BOTTLE OF —  Lotion for Chapped Hands,  Good Cough Syrup,  Perfumed Cosmoline,  A Good Healing Salve,  Nice Soup or Perfumery,  ~o— GO TO —o—  MARSH’S DRUG STORE  ITS NO SECRET.  That our HTOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever orc ag bt to Alton We can show you Something New u often aa you call in:  CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Body Brussels  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp  ,    HNT CURTAINS:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  IIM RUGS:  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  u .     10     * he  Newest and Finest in House Decorations.    The  ttijx&b's.sriiL* 0 0-1 ,r — i,ii > •»«-  A. J. HOWELL.  H#r    View*    with FI* na tiro th*  G«a*r*| < I Hon „f th# Green fat*. Whish HH* t’lalma Iiaa lni|iniyrri—A N|»##dy Sol ut Iou mf lh* Newfoundland Fulleries {lunation KsneoteU—Th a liar. dsn» of Compulsory K<l linac I on.  Loves*, Nov. 26 —Immediately after tile heinie of com mu os had beau called to order T m ad ay, th* lord chancellor arew* a id read the queen’* speech from the throat. The speech declare* the relation* of her majesty’* government with thoae of the various foreign power* to ba unchanged, and congratulate* ber subject* that the securities for th* continued maintenance of peace appear to be undiminished. Negotiations with Italy In regard to the frontier* of British territory in northeast Africa and Abyssinia are in progress. Ail bough aa yet no treaty itll Italy on African affair* ha* been ratified with the king of Portugal, a tem porary arrangement baa been made by her majesty's gover nment whereby the moat urgent question* at issue between Great Britain and Portugal aa to their respective    interests    In Africa    can be  satisfactorily dealt with pending th* re# ii I ta of further negotiation.  Title Coed I ti ob of Ireland.  The speech Kays t bat negotiations have been opened with France on the subject of til* . «* a foundland fisheries and the hoi* h vie; -eased that a solution of this vex“«l qut-*Mvi, satisfactory to all the parte* hi    i;    »*re*f,    may be    speedily  ranched. I i th*, ’.'reparation of the eatl-niafe. for i le  c.-r.irg year parliament might .'** .,re*l that the interests of strict    -«    would    Im preserved. Her  n»nj#<y vie or*    w.JL J    Measure the    general  condition of Ireland which baa sensibly improved under th# under th* operation of recant salutary legislation for the government of th.-it country. Deep regret la upreared, however, that the serious deficiency in the potato crop ta certain section* of the country threatens a recur- I rome of periods of severe distress to which t!i« people of western Ireland are pecu- j barly fxpused by reason of the industrial and economic conditions uudar which they liv.'.  MeuKure In Kecare Onnteatniwat.  Iu Hits connection the hope is expressed that tin* measure* taken and being taken bf aer tnaj sty** government may at oooa mitigate the immediate evil and diminish th* pro .ability of its recurrence, It ap,.ears to her in.* j -aly desirable, in order to secure an increase of contentment and a diminution of political dial urbane* in Ireland, that measures be taken for augmenting the numlwr of proprietors en-g ged in the actual cut tivation of the laud. A measure having the accomplishment of th ie object in view would therefore at tho proper time be submitted to par)in meat for tm consideration.  Coiupu 'aor? Educational Law.  I he speech the a recites th* various measure* which th* govern meat proposes to place before parliament at the present session. Among these will be one for facilitating the transaction iu Heotland aud ireland of th* more Important stages of prattle legislation affecting those countries The speech contiuuea by making the announcement that the atw-ution of parliament will soon be directed to the mutter of devising measures for alleviating the onerous burdens whish the enforcement of the compulsory educational law imposes upon the poor. A bill provided for th* enactment of a reformed system of oounty government in Ireland, analagous to that rw-CHntly put in operation in Gtvat Britain, ami carlot)* other measures designed to improve tho condition of the people will b* prepared and submitted to parliament in time to permit of legislation tieing h id thereon during the present aes*iou.  •” l * f y present included representatives (rom the highest nmks lo the thn* kingdom*, The queen aud th* prince of w alc# scut representative* so I tokens of theft esteem for the deceased lady. The aniI matadors and ministers from all ihe I ad jug power* were pres-nt, arid th* cai ri a gee in line nntnberel over STX I Tin Hotho hild family, to which {.ady Koaetwry ludonged, was represented by all toe members in Great Britain and j several from th* continent.  He Is In HI* Dotage Probably.  I oKDO.v, N iv. 28—Bratiaim, who for many year* wa* prime minister of Rntimnnia and lathe leader of the National bharal party, has come out as a violent enemy of the Jew*, whom he deciares to he the scourge of the country. Tbi* change has given great surprise, Branson, now In hie TtLh year, having heretofore been a champion of civil and re lifioua liberty.  —  -  Striker* Repay a Loan.  I.OSD«)W, Nov. SS.— I‘be Australian strikers have returned to the English unions the money advanced by the latter to help their Au«lia!ian brethren in their recent conflict with the employers. It was understood ut the time that the mousy was sent that It wa* only a loan, but many people doubted the ability of the Australians lo make good their promise to return It,  An Oi-fnu Postoffice.  Berun, Not. ‘J6—Tbs North German Gntette announces that arrangements have been concluded between the Imperial postoffice authorities and United States I'iwtmaster General Warmaker for the establishment of postoffice* oh board the (Llman mail steamers. The object of tbi* arrangement la to have the mads sorted while in transit.  SOMETHING NEW IN CRIME.  j TH* Ohio Penitentiary Bobbed by Ob* aff the 4 out let*.  Coli n m s, Ohio, Nov. 46-The Ohio alate prison was robbed Monday by a man who is now nailer sentence far punishment behind its walls, but who in-cently secured th# benefit of th* parole ; or ticket-of-ieave svs em. A month ago Walter Campbell, a young colored prisoner fiom Lorraine county, secured a pa-, role, Mr Watkins, a rn other af the hoard of prison managers, giving him employment at his home and pledging himself to answer tor bi* good conduct, SS the law require*. Monday morning Campbell appeared at the prison just aa the administration office* were being opened.  4 M pie red Iii a Gambling Hoes*.  Slipping unnoticed Into th* warden’s office, be pr cd o;«u the drawers of his oak, securing money and valuables lo the value of #75 He escaped, but was ■cen and recoin led by the sentry at tbe outer gate, so that wheu the robbery wa* discovered he wa* al oms suspected. A denotive mood found him at a gambling home ami arr. sled him. Campbell confessed and part of th* property was restore. I Murder and robbery are frequently committed under th* aha low of  the prison wails, bul this is the first time th# institution ha* been robbed by one of its prisoners.  MURDER OR ACCIDENT.  News Note* and Gossip from Washington City.  GAL  TUI. UNLIT HEATER.  Radiant Home,  THE BEAT HARD COAL NAAB HURDER.  Superior,   r ,,E  2^*T®s7,«mxs»» , wa* u IL A. HOF FM A NU,  IOO and IQS E. SECOND ST  HAVE CONFIDENCE IN PARNELL.  Mm Will Remain at tis* lf**d af Hts I arty In Ik* Moos# el tbsieoss  LANDON, Nov. 25 —The meeting of the Pantsuit* members of the house of commons prior to tbe reassembling of parliament was held Tuesday. There was almost complete attendance of the members on this side of th* Atlantic Mr. Faroe!I, a* ii* sutrr.d, was mc*ired with repeated cheers, and many of th* members darted forward to grasp hi* hand. He looked cairn aud self possessed, and called the meeting to order in hie usual tone He wa* unanimously re-elected chairman, aud sinwcbea were mad* by Mr. Sexton aud other* expressing the complete confidence of i be I rBh party in th. lr leader aud urging him to main bi* place at th* head of the party in th* home of com-uona  Parnell WHI Do His Hest.  Mr. Parnell replied briefly, without any d reel allusion to the attacks upon him. He thanked th* members for their continued confluence, and said tn«t, in obedience to their will, and that of the Iru-b people, he w xiid remain at their h ad and labor to the beet of his ability for the cause of home rule In Belaud. Th* announcement was received with repealed cheer*. Th* Irish members will deeply resent any aaaault upon Mr. Parnell in tbs house, and answer it by allu  alout to the illegitimate children of the 1  lab King William IV. and other noted to»iMilers of English depravity la high  places  tpiMu or th*  M —‘*iiTleali INK HiflUX, Nov. IR Quest) Regent I Emma ha* issued a proclamation dad ar- ! lug Prince*# Wiibelmloa quean of the Netherlands. The queen regent say* “.May her throne find th* so 1  id support, fidelity and devotion of (Mr people. I accept th* regency during her minority, confiding in God aud praying that my task will be fulfilItxi so os to assure th# we! fa»w of ha country Md IU consolidation of the kingdom.’'  Th* 4a*r’* Pre***-! pf Ion af lh* JI#we  Br. pKTWsmJKo, Nov. fill—-The government ha# forbidden the us * spa pent to publish a petition drawn up by the Jews •aking that they be placed .« a civil equality ai h other classes in Unwin. An wi ice mc rn iu Ult rf of iso I* ut (vets that no work in connection with to* government shall I** given to Jews outside of the territorial limit assigned to them.  Lady UotsSsry’i PueeraL  Ld«IK)X, Nov. kd -Th* funeral of Lady Rosebery, lh* tate wife of Lord Rosebery, took puce I Ur Bd ay Thor* was aa asor moo* concourse of people, and the no  lle* Hey Shoots Another with Whom He Had qssrrsM.  On I MWA, Iowa, Nov. 46.—William Buffin in, a 12-year-old boy, is in jail bere charged with murder. Monday af lemoou in company with a number of youthful companions young Huffman, who is tbe von of a well to-do farmer living about three miles west of town, went out hunting When several miles from town they met another party of youthful sportsmen, among whom wa* Charles Bml .lph, aged It. with whom Huffman hail bai aum* trouble several mouths ago. Huffman asked a boy named Kinsey to let him examine bls r fie, and, while handling it, tbe weapon was discharged an,I th* bali severed th* jugular vein of Butloiph, who was standing near by. His companions started to take tbe wounded boy home, but he bled to death before reac h log ihere Buffin in says he had no laten too of shuting Rudolph and that tbe gun was discharge I by acc.dent.  Hoi<>kr<l Cigar* In the House.  Chicaoo, Nov. 26. —In her bill for a divorce Mrs. Emma Myers alleges that her husband. William K. Myers, was in tbe habit of clueing doors and windows, aud smoking strong cigars and offensive tobacco, that th* family wet thus compelled to sleep and Bv* In au unneaithy atmosphere, and that aa a result on* of bls youngest children sickened and died and tbe others, with the wife and mother, were uiadr dis hly sick. Th# parties Wert married June IO, 1HA6, st Hi Joseph, Ma, end Myers is said to be in Denver at present. _  Chopped Off MI* Btu player’* Head,  Bt. Pail Minn., Nov. 96.— Nicholas Kill wa* Monday night convicted of murder In the ftr*i degree for killing Jacob Hobo iii lid. Kohn gave Kill employment out of eh <riiy and Kill requited it by chopping -iff His employer'* bead and walking off in his foot*. On a plea of lusMUtly I** WM* sent to the Rochester asylum, but after two years' coutluemeiit was discharged. His rearrest quickly followed, and after a stubborn defense on the ground of insanity be was convicted. _,  Th* Marriage Wa* a moody Failure.  Bctlkr. I'm., Nov. 96—Au unhappy marriage wa* rn led in a double murder at Glade Him Monday afternoon. For  CONGRESSMAN M’KINLEY ARRIVES.  **• Asp*#**#* Some Hon bt el th* Probable Aril,IM mf th* heeate During the 4'umleg Sea*Ion ae the Federal Kl**-flea Mill—Aa Aetlea #f <oromU-lenor Kauai Overruled by A**l*taut A ae re tery Beaeey auger Heat*.  Wash-no to* CITY. Nov. ft-Representative McKinley, of Ohio, arris*d In the city I ursday morning for th# purpose of looking over tbe ground befur* the meeting of congree* next Monday. Iii an interview be said I hat he wa* confident ’hat congress would pun tbe circuit court Md; a modified shipping bill, sad (ba apportionment bill. The appropriation billa, be b«laved, would be dlapoeed of before th* lib of March. In regard to the federal election bdl, M-J McKinley expressed some doub of the probtbie action of the cella e during the coming ara •Ion. He wa*, however, of tike opinion that Republican senators were agree.I 10 put the measure through, He had out talk* I with them lately on this subject  and could not apeak authoritatively Of ut# laws bi I tty of an extra session in March, Mr. McKinley said he kuew uoih-lag.  CAPITAL MISCELLANY.  HiiMMiy Overrule* Ka urn  WALKUSH Tost City, Not. rn —Assistant Beer*!ary Burney, of the Interior depart meat, has overruled the action of Cum nu a-loner ftauni in rejecting tbs claim of Minerva A. Rosa, widow of Patrick B sa, of Belie Rive, Ilia, foe a pension. Thla cane haji baru pending fur twenty-five year*. Til# record* of tbe office show that the soldier wa* w Minded in 1669, and a pension was grunted him from the date of his dlecha.-ge. In February, 1664, he surrendered bis pro-ion, Mud wa* enrolled as a veteran recruit for three yeara On April 6. IWM, hr went home on e:ck fur.ough, an I on April A be wa* kll.ed by a young man of deckled Loa-f cdr rat# sympathies Waite soliciting recruit* for the army.  Ksperlmret* with Sager Sleets.  Washtxqn>* GITT, Nov. 26—Professor Smart of the Indiana University of Agriculture, who la la the • .y. any* the lti-ti-lotion over which be preside* is making practical ex pc rm;e 01* with sugar Iwdi and (iud* from tbe analyses already ma le that tbs Hoosier production eouiaios 16 to lh |**r cent. of pure sugar. T..I* is conaid -rsbly above tbe (arr tem. of sugar found in the toteta grown lo Germany and France, th# greatest beet sugar pro- J due ng ouuutrie* in the world. Hi ut ii sr VXJM rnusntM aru be<ug rn rd* at lh* agriculture colleges in moat of th* state*, aud in nearly every ins ane# are giving very eaitafacory (vault*.  Talk with aa Alllaee# Ma*.  VYahhixut xCmr, Mew, m— Gouge**. man Pierce. . f Tennessee, la th* Ural of th# b armers' A> I ta nee members to > ornv lo Washington He says that bethink* th* Aldane* intends to advocate meas urea ca'rn lated to loosen tbe stringency In moory matter*. Tbuy believe, be **>#, that th* existing stringency should be retieve<i, and that stingiest bos the power to do it. Th# sub-treasury plea. ur * airthing that will iu vffrot aevum pi Uh th# asm? end, will be urged, Mr. Pierce say-, un Ie,* tbs Ugh tues* in money ie relieved.__  Will Make MI* I4ra*evar,l Pay,  Wash 1.no Hi <4 Citt, Nov. 96.-Dr. CW railer, tbe physicks a of th* poor of east Washington City, rec* oily bought a suburban building lot near th* national cap tai. W hen tie examined lits property lie found that be had purchased a family graveyard sad he was inclined to repudiate th* bargain; hut when the surviving relatives of those who are buried ta the graveyard found that it had changed hands, they mads the daw owner au offer fur the pro wrty aud It will probably pa** from bi* baud* st a good profit.  field Medals far Life-Savers.  Waahikutox Citt, Nov. SA—^The__  tery of th* treasury has sent to Lawrwnas O. Lawson, keeper of the Evanston, Ilia, life-Sovmg alation, and six other numbers of th* lif#-#*viiig crew, the gold life saving m# (als of honor awarded to them for heroic dr* is in saving life at the •Ack of the sie«m *r Cai umat on I gi« .Michigan Noe. aft. 1666. The Evanston crew re*cued eighteen person* from a moat pen ion- ait urn ion nuder peculiarly adverse conditione,  The Fnniona Gllltapl© Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any of the city. Burna lo a Clear (4r»y Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Blist Soft Coal in the West.  hard coal  In nil    Delivered    at Lowest Market  PrlccH# Qua MI J D na ii r pa nard,  DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  H  Dorsey & Mann  I 310 Belle street.  TKUHPHOXK 84 AXD ai.  THE OMAHA  for durning coal,  ( OKK OR WOOD.  -THE OM Ll J’KEKEcr-  Combined Coni and Wood Cooking Stovg Made.  t ,, ^ F, EVKRY MODI.ItX 114 Pit 'VKMKNT. And for beauty Bf Flu tab tm auth dom ^Kff.ripfttoltoK of operation, wmpllcity and Durability, this xisgant tiuv* ••>»«)•  PITTS & HAMILL,  FALL SUITS.  I AM MOW READY TO FUftMlHb EVERY MAM IV ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MADE f M IM /LOTH# {SKLKUTED KAl’Ef (ALLT FOE  FAIjIj WE A FL  CU , IM THE MOOT STYLISH MANNER,  "Witla. Perfect Fit,  -C-f.VMD —C—  At Figures that wilt Please Al).  ELC. Gk Moritz.  . more than twvaty-five years Hyruey Brail j and his wife bars lived to tetter, and th* history of their married life ba* net*n ob*  J of once i*itig quarrel* which usually ended iii Brail shamefully beating his wife. Yesterday aftern oon one of their quarrel* ended by Brail aho ding his wife sod then blowing his own brains out with s revolter. Mrs Brail canun, recover.  A “ehert” M Meager fool im ii* Suicide.  Kamas Citt, Nor. 96. -For some days past sa investigation of the iff ail a of tbs Midland Mercantile company has been going on. Tbe company was organised only two mouths ago, but in that tim* there has hero a shortage of over #8,0QUi i The Investigation came H close to Charles Comstock, th* bani ... manager, sad f-unday sfterooni be 'refit to bis b< me on Wood’a farm and took • dose of : laudanum, dying Monday afteruooo.  Hee Down by a Train  NEW York. Nov. -6 —Thomas Rail, of Floral Hark, L I., and Alfred Alehin, of IHwkskill, N. Y , while walking on the I (racks of the lamg {aland near Floral Hark were struck by a -rain. Rail wa* Instantly killed ana Alodia wa* seriously, thong n not fatally, lo J u rad.  Plenty ta Drink at feahtea, t D.  V aketon, 6. D, Nov. 96 — Heinous ere running wide open la this exty ami the I rob! bit Ion law of lh# state la practically defied. I br I*»l grabd jury failed to return any todteimun s for violation of the law, although ms ruer rd to examine Into th# matter t irefully by the praelding Judge. The Rltig n* ars »igning rn petition lo the ult! council aa .mg that eons ai rang' meats for col Lei mg raven im from the saloons be made, and tit* Prohibitionist* ar* making no prot#et. Yankton M th# bom* of a ut. mb rn. leading antiprohibitionist* a ii they ars oiganising for the purp.)*.- of seen ring from the next Irg.sUtur# a r« eubauis-lu x of th* prob bit-ory amendment to th# people at a special election.  Julius H. Raible  Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in  WINES AND LIQUORS.  Having removed my business to my uew building No. 116 Fourth, between Pint And Belle Streets. I shall devote my entire siieuUoa  bt the  WHOLESALE SALES  Htaelerd < barged with lletheey.  MA* Fra t i c«. Cal., Nor 91 -Ex Senator I*. J Murphy, who was th* defeated Democratic •# od kl at* for the stat* asmile frun this city, baa obtained as order from &U)wr.or judge ktan citing N nator Hum ford to appear fedora th* cutin coimti;*«<<mar aud answer to th* «lu.rg.M of I* Hwry in th* rarest siruiiona Mr. Murphy charges that he wa# defeated h cause of money thrown into his district b) S nnfont, who wa* working to secure a Republic in majority In th# leg tai aura that won Id ie cdect him Murphy damn to have tvab u* to support hi* charge.  4**aesMfSiee MitAl A na we-.  CUK too, Nov. 9fi—Iu Urn celebrated ease of Charles Couoaelmsfi, head of th* Doted grain bourn of that nam*, who ha* refused to answer th* Interrogator!#* of to* federal grand Jury regarding th* a1 feged receipt of cum int# tons, rebates end cut rates on grain from th* Hock Island aul other leading a eau-rn railroads, Judge Blodgett in th* federal ceorl Tuesday morning rendered a decision under which Con nae I man bi compelled to answer. This is a signal victory tot the I n tar-et ate commerce comm tasted era  Of all kinds of Wines and Liquort, where all OE AL ERS will fl*i I*  lo their Interval lo Ptmdittso ti cir Supplies at  Strictly Wholesale Prices.  The Lirgest and Most Select Stock o' Fine WINES and LIQUORS  ever brought to this City—on hand,—a id a complete Bottling Department Kau hi i died.    Call and Examine.  Julius H. RaiWe,£K “  FALL GOODS!  AV* I MIK UHT OF  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMERES,  JUST RECEIVED FUE  FALL WEAR  AJAO A FINE LINE DF  ^Cloth for Overcoat»  FUR FALL AND WlNTfiH  BORCKMANN   

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