Alton Daily Telegraph, December 1, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

December 01, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON TELEGRAPH. THE LATEST CRAZE: Parnell’s Manifesto to the People of Ireland. He- TIDDl,Eny MIKS. ( A timvL? anil      * (A bm* and iBtcrcitfnginutif’ i THE POPULAR G ME; BALU, Pom8M(*h remsrksblj f»scin*tion far Tociia sod old. be happy, play “HALMA.” (If you would (By ta# author of “iiaima.’ Ills equally interesting to children as well to play in three minutes. ss adults and is learned The great Military Game -Should be in every family. a ,***    a,*° ctrry lD "toek tbe ever P°Ful*r Parcheesl, Progressive ngnng, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, aud a of other interesting and pleaain Board Games. variety •lr Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles! Hie LATEST, The HEST, The MOST PUZZLING ! PROPOSALS MADE BY GLADSTONE. The I run Grafter t au Id Sot Aer*,,, Whom H««mm Ii Won Id Hava BmbUIiIbc I'p tov Iadrpmdrnrr af th# pBrt>r—**#W#. tori*rr < "mutant aa lh# Manifesto-Trl»hih,| i,iMMtar ta a Ki-Ma* neat •rn the Norwegian I neat r„rel*„ Note*. I^DO*, Par 1,-ParnelI*. manifesto to the [Hah people la a defiant document, find rill mine a at rung Liberal Indign* (u n, a* it i* that party which comae in for all the 'riticfnm He do#, not make the least reference to the ca live of the present trouble. Mm. O'Shea la entirely ignored, bot he i mu irs out a vial or two of wrath on the • ihulatoniHna. The central idea of hie mani feato in that ti is an aimolute naocaaity that the Irish party should be independ eat. and never lie aliaorhed in British poll tit*. But he says that Gladstone • in tar is s m.-anac* to that independence. that • Udston*’* refusal to associate with him is merely an attempt to exercise tbe power of veto over the Nationalists in tbe scion. Uou of their leader, and that unless th# MMB members are prepared to become mere dependents of the Gladsfot,lean* they the,u'*,v«» *>y Husuiuimt Par Md. With a directness In marked con trust to Ilk usual utterance* he dearrilies an interview in which Gladstone is saki to [n*d» teals which he eon kl not /Ciepi *..d tells how an offer of place made by Morley was rejected with scorn In rowel sudan, he agirate* his great services I ‘the party and says he believes the In definite postponement of home role would preferable to a compromise of Irish na tarnal rights by the acceptance of a meas ure that would not realise the aspiration* of the race. FRIGHTFUL LOSS Of LIFE. Hundred* af War*!*,, llavad ta Have Bees l»r..a.,.d- London, Dec I. Additional advice* have lawn received of the disaster to the fishing fi >«t off Ofotcn. on the Norwegian ; uo«*t- < hit .rf ISO smacks, all of which j were compelled to cot awa, their rigging seventy were driven ashore and battered kl , pie. es on th# rack*. Many smaller boat* • ureas of lives were lost. J“"•’•‘ring Of the Hurt Ivors. The hex I in* (rf victim* are constantly he wiriy.r -   •■^.7, !ivo«iw1' muM' ihr *nr lilt IT. 2?*rte* gr**tlr frwi‘ •*po*ure and starvation fotnrnunieatkss .iii, * tie interior is cut. He Goes to Dakota to Arrest Sitting Bull. NO INTRODUCTION IG NECESSARY, ‘Tira famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” doubt tbe most in. ie matt ag ami Fascinating Puzzle yet introduced Nothing like it BI list be seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c. HERE’S ANOTHER, THE POCKET DE It BY, old, a fascinating aud exciting A pew Race Game for young and ixame of chalice. Only 10c ^ } CHAS. J. DEGENHART, I IKA EKK tx Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods. Toys. IO! and 103, cm. Third and Piasa sis. Alton IF YOU NEED — A BOTTLE npr Lotion for Chapped Hands,'* Good Cough >'yrup, Perfumed Cosmoliue. A Hood Healing Naive, Nice Soap or Perfumery, -o— GO TO —o— MARSH’S DRUG STORE titadat.ana'a Proposal*. , Tin* proposal* mode by Gladstone, referred to    wen-    |„    brief that tin* British Litorals, should they win at a general Hoetioa, could not for some year* grant an Irish legislature*, the cont nil (rf th* dom* ta tottery, the* settlement .rf the land .ju.-.ti .ti or th* appointment erf the Judiciary: And during this time of pro** lion the* Irish tnt ion in parliament Ha* to la* cut down from KH members to thirty two Thao again Gladstone could OOI give assurance that the litoral* them wive* would settle th* laud question In r ***** Gladstone cmld promise the Torte* would have tiaen, at least, a* good alliea for Parnell a* th# Ul*d*t.ii,i*u». Th# Heaassloa Is Na I res. Arguing from this Parnell tall* th# Irish that the secession of the Uberal* is no Ina*, a* they would do nothing any hun I lie offer he rejected was that he or *ome **• ““mad by him should become chief secretary for Ireland in a Liberal cabinet. sud thai an Irish home rule Jurist should tie made a taw officer of the crown in I twang.    This wa* rejected tocatnw it would have beau giving up the ladeiwm! enc* of the Irish (tarty COMMENT ON THE MANIFESTO. ‘ un mu u Seat ion with Ll,, i ,    ' ---- the rued* being bl..k Si with snow a .teamer ha* («.f» Christiana to andI* the wrecks llaherwten. Brutal ll uh.    soldiers. BKIM.iv De. I.—The Berliner Volke* Aeitung report- ai. outrage by Ruaeiaasoh diem on the frontier, near Alexandmvo aaulted^h!    * u**-°«Nnw. mw HkStiI!lSLpr,,*;rlrtwr’* wit* •"* r«»- saMUM the Im,is., from top to bottom. car- TtolL. %"**£»* portable of value I he owner of the torn*.-aas badly beaten while trying to defend his wife I ne reaae.t the Met,’* Wages. ^>N1Bgg, Dec I.—A namlier of employ ere of cotton spinner* and other worker* iu "r"‘'"n     •• wages of their operatives 5 per cent The increase affect* I Au,UUU hands l ader Dr. Kerb^ Bsri in, f^.    ,. -,t I# estimated that J^O peationUv are U(m |n tbk> cit* under ' notmeat by Dr K.K'h '* new met hod TO A* the Nehle Krd Man sad the Tate race Have Mel ».GM*e-*,ho«id the ladlaa « tilef Itvsd.i the t haaee* Are That Ha/* I I h,° **M M *** Wahe short Werh of lf la. Fagltlve deifier, la DeMltat* Clrruai. stance.. NBW Yore, JW I.-The Hun’, .pedal from Bismarck, N. D.. says: Buffalo mil, who paeee.) through here Thursday ha* liven entrusts aith a misaim, of ingh im 1 ports nee in reference to lite Messiah craw n tin* region AII Hie member* of the party with him avie reticent, bat it ha* been learned that Buffalo Bill hear* auto-graph letter* fawn lien. Mile* ant Ii.wiring blotto .‘irreal Nttlag Bail am! deliver him a prisoner at th* neared military iMMt Buffalo Bin and Kktiag Bull .re «<•-guaititancwa end no introduction ail! I* , necessary Will Make short Work of Him. - well known nm- ullir hi SU    P*»»«*«ler.    who    ha. ,r' ^    of Dw disturlinnre* of the bud fourteen    jean., it may be *ur* ^ n,Ml    will    make short work of the erreM and that, should agy raMstenee Im offers.1 be may make *h«»rt work of Kit* ting Hull Gen .Miles idea uf th* dah -I    i°f    d“llin* ^ ‘he .Mw ill.I.    »k#    prompt arrent of th# IwdMii engaged in Inciting this danger •twluniM) Mini liar order, theta la rea : •mil to I--Iieee. have |**„ [«,,,„( cotnmandere of the pine COAL. The Famous GUI ie pie Soft COAL deliver.*.! at five minutes notice In any ot the city. Burna »o a Clear Gray Ash ers or Cinders. Best Soft West. no Clink Coal In the hard coal Coner,'. PREVENT GERRYMANDERING. •swan Tatter say. Ne m.tehs Caw are*. Mea lh# Power. Washieotox CIT!-, liar «    '    -egiwa iiian J ll Taylor, of Ohio. who is a mem wr of the bona* •tmimittee cm the elev I believe that c*mgn-s- tm* to th* r*>    rotou    rt**! within tbe leat week or been concentrated ten (Ur* In all sizes Delivered at Lowest Market rlcefi* Qualify UnHiirpaHsrd, GUI NOW. BEFORE IHE BIO ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. tklkphonk 84 AND at k*friala»tir»*« fall control ••testy (tear** «larv»tag Reaart Pix* Lits,k Auks. y, * fy (    L— Plenty Hear, an obi time friendly Indian who live* at Won i Kiel Knee. twenty-iv* mil*** northeast .rf here, come in with an tn A*rr" u">*r u* M ‘letl that there were UM Iodin*, \mtait twkim of Indian* at Wounded Knee ami that they had imatt*d the gh.-t dane* t ^ War ‘ i‘”M“i*J»ymei»u. He ™ ..I    —    baa    inn    ecmir«M I nuia #w^ L. .— JZL*?.    .rf    fader    ii    d nil J "I?    “*    ^    fr*uUr electkm*.’ a.,,! Mr Taylor to a reporter. and a* w#already have* law that *av* wminlfi m!1    coin muon* ami -hall ie* TSZ&JEhT'** ‘*,J FO>vhie that • district-hall la* m j narc fur it,-tame, thst each dbrtrict d,al| u.d have Th'*‘^>r,ty Hiller way. Thme shoestring district*, by which one A*® I* sent to Ct lugTeas with 12 im or Ii  taltSTdt • J uman rB*> ch.iveu iiy a wleet few, ^T" ”'' ut more jwii at mob Mir IT’s NO SECRET. That our STOCK is the MOOT COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton We oto chow you Something New ne often en jrou «*|| in: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussels Ingrain,    Art .Squares, Hag or Hemp IN CURTA TTVTCa. Uado or Plain,    Lac*) or Portier. TTVT X-lTTGl-S: Fur Noquette,    Smyrna .V Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Udieo Uke to aee the Newest and Finest in Easiest way to see them ie to Call whether you wish to buy or not. House Decorations. The frequently at our establishment, Kit Kl Uh Paper* (nan I Measly the Document. I lie I ’-*st Kays: “Mr. ParaaH t urns evi-deiK-v against his fellow conspirator* iu order to -ave his own political life. The prospect* (rf home rule are worn* than at any time ainee KWR.’* The Daily Nrwe says: “The la the moat striking and astonishing CVPIlt tbe erin* baa yet produced. It rn coni MJy ignores the point* at kume that it Tit ult to under-taud its jumniiu* < • • We ate willing to make largf.i low anre* for Mr. PhmelL To his excited feeling every man', hand avn., .JtinM him. aud ne set* bkt against every man The law less conduct, cootioued for years, of which he alands guilty, has blinded him to perception of moral diafinctioga ’ < aa Never Trust Nim Agata. The Chronicle says the apptstl la in £nh,u*ly foamed to penmade Irishmen that they will lo** much and gain nothing worth having by dismissing lim:    Hit It will arouse the popular indignation It* moat powerful blow is It* revelation of the abject paralysis of the Gladetonian party over the land question, and Morley*a con feuskui of inability to ambit Hie sufferer* from the plan of campaign. Th# maul fwto clearly shows that Parnell ta mg. Penton with whom any statesman ven ture to hold rofiAdeutial relations The Standard say* t lust no Kngliah noli tic Urn can ever trust Parnell *g*Mi A Hhameteas Uucsumt The Time*, says the manifeato ie pmb ably th* must shameless document Kngh-h puWk life ha* seen ainee th* day* of the revolution. All section* of the British people will share ii, hesitation to credit 1’artieii s unsupported Statement*. Never I belt — it is impossible to suppose that the revelations are wholly without founds Hon A Clever Alabama Mhvefg. RiRMIm.ham, AU. IN*, 1.—In Shelby county on Wednesday John Daniels M iwifro. was arrested for « criminal »**.ult Columbian Thursday night rounded the jai! with the intention of lynching the prteoner. While the sheriff ^'d.* ert.r*iu. tk. n /iii in \ I    ***** I>HUW f"11 ,M1 ij^Tto W.lirn,‘. .’u *** ibtm ■Jffw to walk out through the mob The •xplnlne.l to the mob that the TSteZTfoiZ^ th"j4il *,u4o“ Thedefwity foBawed Daniel, clone enough to pre' eiH hie eerape. and In thb way I l,e> lh~"*h the mob, and the prisoner wa* brought to this city. A Us.rr Klmi uf IU ten**. IWn,wa. Pa, I tec I. - Boma time •gu MI** Moore, .rf N.w «aleM, I,at , Urge number of sheep and cattle by poi of blue vMvtoi being nnx.H! with mil and fred to the -toeli while , In past un. A Porter, ex (xmntjr auditor I and a Meal Republican |*dittcian. w ho U a neighbor of the Moor* girls, has beet, •treated, charge;i with ihepuUuuing The I Miss** Moore .faint thai he wa* an i lune* i'io(wr and    7 Z t IDwnce upon the white* tiff conspiring to stop the hitler, I’h*} have taken an oath Wood U*' f*!,v,K,r4f,tc*wU their heart « «*ag# ladlaa* IG,I. iiaarlag. A HK ANSA* I ',yyt Kan . lh* . L-A trader who came from the (large rtwerva 1«s*r*u,.W.,r.lh, .ZZ i„,iu*. I a,, t    ^    urwl “HP very ugly anMhe r !-hI*. ^ ^ ^,l are the richest and im»t powerful trito in to* territory .nitride of the Five Nation* Th*' *«w»t ta alarmed aud has asked for j aaa! st ame Kuglllve* I., Deeittat* Circemataac**. PIM CH. ,s D Due. I.—All told them , arc alsmt flfty fain ii Us. now at Fort it erie from count i«* west, many of them in dent! tnt# cinuruatauce win. fear to return on account of hostile Indiana in Bad l^tnd conics that these Indiana had de- ' •troyed two school hrHisee on Whiu* river A wether Daleth Hawk la Tree I. Ie. Mixvvai*oli*, Mina, Dec | —Th* Journal. Duluth, Minn , .pwl.1 my. I he private beak of Hall Sc Co elimml it* , HntiinUy morning temporarily In a run bn.lay «UWU .rf the |7».u»i .rf J-(h»iis aero drawn out When the cash ZZuIIa*”) Mr ,,n,, '“‘•‘‘—I the! wailing depus 11 ani and toki them that he nom hi pay on more cash, but if the* would wait a day or two they would ic ! (sanI iu full, lie had not rai-cd the nee**. N»r>-funds Haturtiay. N0 run. have beati made on the other banks. The Ureiehmaa Wa* Asleep. Palm KH, Mum Der |._A smash up occurred (m tbe Huston and Albany rail-rand here al lAA o‘clock Saturday matte -OI JUST RECEIVED, AT- FIT?S S FALL SUITS. I AM MOW itCADY TO ITBMihit t\ KUY MAN IK ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES. MADI PH IM cestoi suitor for the hand of Mise Addle    ***• whkh bl‘*-h«d both tracks about four who rejnted him. and be thereupon he    A    »*«g hound freight tmh. rd gen to slander her and threaten that she i l**rtF*hv# cant broke in two ou!d regret it. It bi claimed enough    til    id    bim ates the charge. Ik Mn de Hefu.rd the Writ. Sus VoMn, lh*-    Brow tbe I rated State* circuit a in . noming into 1b* watchiuan at thecn«**inu of the Ne* london Nortoera road aal! asleep and did Met the slgaai fat (be train tocrnaa. When tbe tint part slowed up, the rear jmrt collided with it. wrecking Inauty tore ami throwing them i.‘*i in itKucoriD kirned a ult rot wear. Cir IN Tlfk M JffT M'YLI.til MARNIK, Witt! Perfect .AMD Pit, At racking un the af Invents A. J. HOWELL TUE risker Hk ti KH. Radiant Home, TIIK MK*T II AMD GOAL RANK IIT It Ugli Supe nor. •HK MOAT PkltTKYJT t’tu»K sroVE M IDI KUIK M Vt hi H A It It AN TIC .1 KOH KIVE YA. AHA. ii. A. HOF FN A SN, IOO nod IQS E SECOND ST What Lahearhee* Maya. IX)M*>N. Dec I.—In aa interview on the Parnell manifeet., with Mr. Henry Labou chere, member of parliament, and editor Of Truth, that gentleman said to the lax, Iou representative of the l otted Prtwe; "It ie chant aide to *up|aa# Mr. Parnell p, mad It certainly I* impossible to *uppo*e that a saw man with any sense of bottom* patriotism would issues manifesto so cit* honoring to himself and so injurious to hi* country and its cause ” Glads!<*e*’a It*fly to Parwell. IrfWbox, Doe I.—Mr. Ubutetoo* ha* te 1 awed a reply to the manlfeeb, of Mr Parnell, In which he den tee the aaarrtiuu* of : th* Utter regarding the retention .rf Irish members in parB*«,eiit. and with respect j to proposals allege.] tg have iieen mad* to aim (Pamelia during hi* visit to Ila warden last November Mr (Jladstone * letter i* temperate Iu tone, but condemn* the Irish leader for hrmkiag cut*(bienne ! with him. im-put* mreetl'* at et we ta. Isimmkx, De. I.-Mr Gladstone Mg Mr Murky both dispute the accuracy uf lh* statement* made by Mr. Parnell in hi* 1 manifesto in connection with the negotiation* had with the farmer at Hawarden in November of leat year, and with the Utter Junt prior to the opraiag of the present *r**lou of (tar dan teat A puhiic repmlUtion of the allegation of the Irish leader in lioth cai inst iota. will ha made at an early day. Pnewel I ti ..** to Cark. Low*,*, Dec I.- Parnell left Hall,(day far Turk. TTie Htar utya the iasne of th# umuif.-to by Parnell without the know I •dg* of hi* colleague * will increase the _ court ha* de- I ,Jm-k t*'r  - ^    -..........- •—-■ d. rerwh, i , , VVon*1* ‘he iwgro mar IXDIANAftKLU, Iter I -Aril. ie* <rf the Indian* Btock ________ After th* petition for a habeas cornu. ?** "STf7 flk'1 w1th ih* !r«    counsel    for    Wood at m»ce    ® f. ^ c?*n,*«ny I*n.p<we* to served na the judge a notice of appeal to    “T    *    oou,My    with the I nj ted Htntos *tipreme court TW    .    **    nwMive power, it will judge-igned th order *llowinx the a..    *from Cr,»ww ‘‘oint, the cumt. s,-.,t Ut th* packing bouses of theChlcago rapi tai,st*, psesttig th* summer meort .rf r#*bsr Lam*. The anpital -Uxk ie M5.uun, ami the Bae ie to lie built al upcw wilt Please AII. Figures, that H.G. G. Moritz. , .u .     allowing    the    an peal and fixed the ting Monday iu January a* the time when H should com tu Wash-lugtoa. A MI—Iox Multo,..Irs. ('HK ado, Dec L- Benjamin Camphnll, early hi* rn 9mm * rn rte* KSA AniilflfH. Saw \ ..HK, Dec I,—Mrs Lucy ii Itee- ,‘SrJJr,J±MrtTTt'T J"-> l«—Iminioe.!.., lrit .......... just tie    than *»,e «i.d have    a few    hours    Thurs.U> a,.,ming aud despite a .111^ V ~*‘U‘ fw1 *°    Fn-    sear, h. no trace of him haTaT vcti I ‘ dny of the charge of inciting    to    ti,4    Nov    found Mr CHmphtll hi. SU ii! l r    ! bg hi* family They think that he has    ! wandered to the la Ar and thrown hi,,,.    I rnif ta J ulius H. Raible Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. k-.M    re,no''e‘>    ™>’    huaipeeg    to    rn> u«w building Mo. H6 Fourth beteem Plata and Belle Stree t. I shall devote    *    * lo the my enure stveuUot attempt was made to hold an anarchistic meeting in tteettger halt. Kl,* wa* not even required to make any de Minoa Gurdon, who was ar mal ml With ber, wa* conv,. ted of amani! and hat tory, Hie Blase at St. Leal*. riT Lott*. I tec I‘-Early Hetarday minting fire destroyed the immense eo<q>-erat* retahllehment of Benjamin F Horn at Le-t S, „.uia Kie.rn . irs *to'es were also consumed. Th* total lo** la about t7h.(i*tF, insurance, hgt.uu, About JOO met, are thrown oui of employment The work* wiii be rebuilt. Mea en a Duluth Mask. Dr LI TH, (tee. I.—There was a run on Halls West Kud bank Friday. Thiels an institution patronised chiefly by the laboring cia**** lh*pusi: im were anally ex,,, vined that their money was aal# aud tim run ceased Th# bank is believd u, to ,u Bi eonditiou by tho** who .mght to r. Whisky Got Him late Trouble Mowticklu*, Ute, Hee I —t'hri* Wig. gin* wa* arrested and placed in the Platt county jail Friday for an attempt to shoot George llaneline Hr *h,K hi c*t lf tbr>ugh tbe hand and thigh. He bmV* up a dame 1 by a baaing the guest* out of th. h.m** with ' hi* revolver while wild with whisky WHOLESALE SALES t’hargeg win, Arson. GALY L-iux lot., (tee I. Kamnon and 1-aac 11 ride,, iodine r were arrested Friday charged v.,th btir„i„g th* Texas Stondard cot tow sswd oil mill* in April la-t in which they were largely int*rote! The Heidew-hctm.-n.are leading men-liaiit* and shin owner*. The a. . tined gave ‘—fids in the sun, of 98,000 each I Of all k mis af Wines and Liquors, where nil DEALERS - lo their iuicregt to Put diane their Supplies at rill 1*1 I* Strictly Wholesale Prieea TM Largest and r%er brougiu to ibm •Ural KalfcUiiabul. Most Stifle! Stock o! I mv— oti baul),—aud i Call and Examine. Fine WINES and LIQUORS couplet* Boult ag Oepgrfl- Hog Itrerdrr. Alarmed. C A RT ii a i. L, lite , Dei I.- Hog cholera is destroying eatire torch, of animal* In lianoMk 'iMinty and the txvwdeni ar* greatly a lent,cd. A* rn result stork,, ca are rod,mg hog* to th* markets a* fa-’ a- po**,ii|»- An unknown ----- hi killing horse* in tbs northern part of Hancock county Bertel af “Mew Kart I •.*(.»*. Bostok, Dee. I. -The funeral of the late Beujamitt P. Kin I la tor “lf rn Parting. ton" k-»k place Friday from the I’ni-. em, I bt church in t’totom. t„ which tto femaius were escorted by J air-u.n# ma,sic, y of Knight. Tempi* . Rot,br.I NI* Gras*father’- . -late. Pnu.adkli iii a, Dec. I.—It la bemad that John R flaker, Jr., the rui-dug stock Julius H. Raible,.* [Xii * FALL Mokbeil * ( lutk'.iK t**eee.    _    _ GRKKXtAJTLI, lad., Dec. I.*-The gruer- •t*n'lor J* a defaulter to lh* estate .rf I,ie al store of ll ll. iiowman wa* robbed    whlcl»    he wa* one of the Wed used*} night of IMH) worth of nothing I    lJ*?    ^    ‘hr,ugh by burglar#    »Uappropriwtloo    of    tbs    Neuritic*. Belle and Piasa st. v GOODS! AkOTitMM LOT OW CLOTHS, WORCESTERS AMO CASSIMERES, JI ST KKCklVKI, KOK & ALL WK AH. ALSO A FISK UKK OW Cloth for Overcoat8 KOK KALL AMD WlMTKS. E. L. BORCKMANN, ;