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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ' ‘ I  y  Y TELEGRAPH.  Irs  VOLUME 30.  ALIGN, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER  1800.  NO. ISO  Both  TUR LATEST CRAZE:  TIDDLEDY WINKS.  (A n ft as an/1 * —    ——*■«■■■ -    ______  Side* Are Apprehensive of the Future.  (A Brw and interesting gam*’)  THE MANIFESTO OF THE HIERARCHY  THE POPULAR G ME:  It I* It. a<l In All the (burrhe* of Ireland and Proelslm.  th#  Neeewlty for th* Overthrow of Parnell—Healy Man fed In F*Mgy at a Meeting of Irl.litnen In I’htrnlt Park tither foreign Note* of Interest.  Pomes*** remtrkably faicinati jo for roc va aal old. be happy, play “HALMA."  (If you would  Hmm  (By th* author of “Halma.",  It is equally interesting to children as well as adults and is learned to play in three minutes.  I lie great Military Game —Should be in every family,  t*Sr Ae also carry in stock tho ever popular Parc heel!, Progressive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, ani a variety of other interesting and pleasing Board Games.  *0- —  Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles!  Tbs* LATEST, Tilt* HEST, The MUST PUKZLIITOI  •The  famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the moat in tereeting and Fascinating Puzzle yet introduced Nothing like it. Must be seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c.  HERE'S ANOTHER, THE  POCKET OE It BY.  A new Race (iaine for rornw and old, a fascinating and exciting Game of chance. Only 10c.  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  DEALER IN  Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys.  IQI and 103, cm. Third and Piasa sis. Alton  FOR HARD TIMES.  A Sc BOX COUGH DROPS.  10c BOTTLE COUGH SYRUP.  10c BOX FACE POWDER.  10c BOTTLE COLOGNE.  10c PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER. 10c BOX GOOD LIVER PILLS. IOC BOX GOOD SALVE.  AT  MARSH'S DRUG STORE  ALTON AND UPPER ALTON,  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK la the MOST COMPLETE ever orought to Alton. We can abow you Something New as often ae you ceil In:  laOXDox, Dec. S.—The exciting events which ho rapidly succeeded each other in She Irish camp on Saturday, and which had (heir dramatic culmination In the withdrawal of the majority and the rear g tuiration of the Irish Nationalist parlia* Bantery jmrty under the leadership of Mr. Justin McCarthy wen*succeeded by a Sun* d *y, which lf not the moat restful of Bab. baths, was welcome for the measure of relief It brought to the strained nerves of all parties to the recent conference. It was not by any means a day of absolute quiet for some of the honorable gentlemen, however, Then* w a* mach anxious comparing of notes us to how the position growing out of t he dei s.sit ion of Mr. Varnell woald affret the great body of the Irish people, who in thin severe trial of their country must dt aa the court of last resort.  The ( ables Kept Busy.  Commit stints* were Mug held in private residences and at friendly clubs as to Ilia manifestoes which are to be respectively Issued to tile people of Ireland by th* majority and minority factions of tbs dead and gone conference. During the entire day and late into the night the <abies un der HL George's channel were kept busy con trying to and fro telegrams of anxious inquiry ami cautious reply. Pameditea and anti Parnellites alike crowded the »ires w tilt urgings to their porliamebtary representatives to “Bland Arm;” to “lad n<* man play (be Qmmrf to "Stand up and lo* counted for th* mon that made them,” rte The only hopeful thing about this electric shower of abuse and counter abuse was well expressed by a weary Irish commoner standing in the general telegraph office, whoa be *oid: “At all events, they none of them forget to say 'God Save Ireland * “  Th# Hierarchy Manifesto.  Over in Ireland there was that transpiring which cannot fall to exercise a mighty In ll ne nee upon til* minds of four millions of her people when the action of her peril amentariona is submitted to them for final review. The rejiorta from that country ar* to the effect that extraordinary numbers of the peasantry everywhere attended the little crucifix-surmounted chapels at whkh was read to them the manifesto of tbs hierarchy of the Holy Roman church in Ireland This manifesto told them hows few day since, at th# capital of their nation, tile most eminent and respected of their occlssiaatics had solemnly proclaimed the moral necessity for the overthrow of him who but a few weeks since wa* the most Moved and trusted political leader the Irish people ever bad.  Apprehensive of th* Future.  Monday morning not much could ba learned from th# Irish commoners. What little they did say was of the most general nature. Both sides are really exceedingly apprehensive of the future, while both pro-f.ss confidence that its developments will favor their jmrticular views. Mr I*amelTs friends say the events of the present week wdl go far to show his ability to ■urmettnl present difficulties, as ba has all other* widt h have gone ahead. They ara certain OO they assert, of tbs unalterable loyalty of inland to their chief and hero. Those things w hk’fa seem to militate against him, they declare, have liven anticipated and discounted, and tim Irish people will avoid those leaders who seek to tempt Diem acrose the shifting Glad stoa iou quicksands in pursuit of « willo’-the wisp.  Aa Irish Reb# 11 ion.  The enemies of the demised leader, who are busily engaged in efforts to establish a new (taper sud provide a fund wherewith to secure the payment of the pard* men tory salaries, content themselves by pointing to the record of the late conference; tlie fart that they are the actual majority of the Nationalist parliamentary party, and that lf home rule is to be obtained the only alternative tc an English la liers i alliance la an Irish rebellion They do not expect a single gentleman of the minority lo pay auy attention to Mr McCarthy's coll for his meeting  Th* Injection Killed th* GlrL A IKMva, Dec U.—At Innsbruck * girt aged I? years, who hod been inoculated with the curative lymph of Hr. Koch, died Friday nLht in the hospital. The Injection wa* « weak one, the lymph having been purposely weakened. Paralysis was the immediate cause of death The  Result of Trying to Reform Crafty Villain.  COAL.  AN EX-CONVICT’8 SMOOTH SCHEME.  ........ ■ muse or neat ti, The young „ „ ..  Wouian WOS powerless to resist successfully    * waking a    Wealthy Lady Believe He  the reaction. There are in Ute hospital five <>t lur | st tic ti ta who were inoculated at the ■•me time, all of whom are doing well.  Wasted ta Challenge Parnell.  Lox pox, Dee    8-—O'Uorman-Mahon,  member of the house of commons for Carbo*, who presented Mr. Darnel I to Mrs. O’ffhea. recently expressed a desire to challenge Mr. Parnell to a duel, ami it is believed lie would have dane so had it not been for the remonstrances of his phys! cion The physician’s objections to a meeting wet* basad on the O’Goramn Mahon s age, he Mng 87 year* old. and the enfeebled state of his health.  Troops Stricken with Cholera.  Lindon, Doc, 8.—Dispatches from India say that while the second battalion of the M Go*irk ha regiment was cm the march In the t hin hills several of the men were stricken with cholera The troop* went Into camp at (Jualheit, where thirty men, out of a total of sixty attacked, succumbed to the disease. The battalion subsequently broke camp and proceeded to Rangoon. During the march many more soldiers were attacked by cholera.  Wow ted to Ntwdy for th* Ministry ll* Mw creeds Is Getting a l^rge A manat of t soh from Hep—lf* Lls** ta Vine style I atli Hts Rascality Is Discovered and Then skips.  Burros. Mass., Dec. 9.—Mn. Matthias Mills, a wealthy widow living in Needham and an ardent Methodist, has just attempted to make a clergyman oat of an ax convict, and Un moult is that she is 821,000 out of pocket. Marshall F. Dillon is the name of the young aspirant for J church honon and bls present abode is known only to himwdf Mrs Mills and (ii)loa * nu Cher were old friends, and when j rig GilUm began to show decidedly wicked proclivities the wealthy widow j took a deckled interest in his welfare. Her early efforts failed, however, and GU km for hts various misdeeds was sentenced to live year* In the Massachusetts state prison When there he remembered that Mr* Mill* hod often expressed a desire that he should become converted and enter the Methodist ministry. The idea struck Glllon as a brilliant one and so be wrote to Mrs, MHU '  The Famous Gillespie soft COAL delivered at live minutes notice In auy of the city. liiirtiH to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clink ers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West.  HARD COAL  Iii all  Prices.  six is, Delivered at Lowest Market Quality Unsurpassed,  . Intimating that if he had Th* Copyright Bill.    ib#    money an hi* re lee-C he should pre  London, Der 9.-Th* Htandard nays of I**'*    tor    th* ministry  the A merit aa copyright bill that It hopes    More    Mosey in Basilic**.  the measure may become a law, bat It also < 'heck* in varying sums to the amount  « J*T.  no *  m * r, y y**r» ahall pass be- j 6L9UU were sent him on his release.  Hoetrrr, busine promised greater Inducement* than the pulpit, and he In-  BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  for* It la amended. HE ALREADY  HAD A WIFE.  Mel He Hopkins, wa (Mil.. Girl, He* a Nor-IWW F.cspc,  Middletown, ohio, Doe. «l-A lady here received a letter from Potsdam, a ■mall place In Miami county, which tells a sensational occurrence. Miss MelU* Hop-  kin* I* 17 years old and th* belle of that J <»•><*dpated, sod so h« kept arctian. Besides being baud some and so- the widow.  formed his Is-ncfactrv^. that lf he hod Anet lier ll,OHO lie could form a railroad syndicate and make his fortune Iii* momy wag forthcoming He proceeded, h..wever, to paint New York red with this cash, though he wrote Mrs Mills frequent letters glowing with religious fervor Tbs syndicate required more mooey than he j  drawing un I  310 Belle street.  TKLKPIIONK HT AND at.  SKATES.  CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Body Brussel*  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  IMT CURTAIJV8:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portion  I TST RUGS:  Fur Moquette,  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  B hat 11i* Freeman'* Jeu mal Mays.  Dc BUX, Dec. 8.— Th# Freeman's Journal, comment lug un the irish Nationalist situation, Munday morning says that on its own responsibility, and without recv Onintending it to either Hide with any motive beyond Its reasonableness it comsat I y advocate* that immediate effort* lo- mad* in the direction of conciliation ami jieace. That this may be mors effectively and ram idly accomplished. The Journal urges til* return to Paris forthwith of Messr* lid loo and O'Brien and thair colleagues conin America. Immediately  complish**! she is the possessor in her own name of ffrUNX) in cash and property. Two mom ha ago a pi* possessing stranger, a land speculator, he saki, arrived st th* ▼diag* of Palestine, a few mites from Potsdam. lie soon met Mias Hopkins. Th* st traction seemed to tie mutual and I lie two weir constantly together Their en gage men! was ann .hi need and the day set mr a tqioedy marriage. The stranger was ktiu»ii on Morgan C oilier, and said tie was from Cleveland, and woald take his brid* to live at the Park botel in that city. He claimed to he rich, and Miss Mel lie supremely happy.  Th* Rascal ll moan rest.  I oat Thursday was til# day aet for tbs wedding The ceremony was to take place in the village botel to give room for all tim many guest* invited The evening arrived, the guests assembled, and the bride to be, dressed for the occasion, met the grocmi at the door of th* tavern parlor aud th* two entered The minister wa* ready, when a man who had b**n about town a day or two stepped into the room and denounced Collier wboee real name. he said, was Hudson, a* a married man with a family and an adventurer. The utmost confusion ensued. Th* bride that was not to lie fainted and in th* excitement th* groom disappeared and he has not town seen since lot tem found since his departure prove blin to be a correspond ent of half a dose ti women in northern Ohio. It is stated h* lives either at Toledo or Cleveland  Aa s Matter *1 Cow yew teas*.  Finally he sent her a note to this mf i feet:  "My DEAK MT AVD Hut FRIEND; It ta sometimes difficult for me to really* on your rvmittauetv os HNI aa I might wish. Don’t you think it would he a giant idea for me to make out the check* fur money in your mum- when th* concern needs money, so that I w ill not he subjected to unnecessary and often ti mss dis* si nm* de iayt of course you know me well enough by tnt* time to know that I con be f rusted Busking the danger of your displeasure— was which would prov* a great blow to nie-1 have signed a imper w Uh your name for J *«*» and you will probably hear from it v cr j soon after getting this nota. I find that I am still unflinching in the faith I  att mu  Y  BARNEY    Sc BERRY’S.  possess of God sud the great good Hi* tov* ha* done me How could I ever have wan  dered in t he dark and devious ways of sin is more than I ran understand.  KOCH’S LYMPH IN AMERICA.  Horn* Patient* ruder Treatment at Mew Haves. Casus.  New Haven, Conn., Doc. 9.—About a week agr a supply of Koch's lymph wa* received bere and several person* put under treatment with It, Dr Fatter having charge of the caam The names of the patient* are Edward Bloke, a non of a prom tomtit attorney; Henry Johnson, of Johnson Bros., w holesale grocers, and C.M. Bradley, of Sort h Haven. The Am named has a well developed case of consumption. He received hi* ti rat inoculation Saturday afternoon and his condition kl milch improved. Mr Johnson has a pronounced case of lupus and Mr. Brndtey la suffering from tubercular laryngoti*. The supply Of lymph Is almost exhausted and th#re can be hut few more inoculations. Dr. luster is besieged by consumpt iv** who want relief.  He Lived la Great Mtyl*.  These check* cam* thick and faut daring tit* I a*! year, and nearly 821 .non had liven ordained I "fore a halt wa* called. I lie attention of the polios wa* cai led to the fact by sum* on* who suspected that all was not right An investigation was bagun, and it was found that GUton has iowa traveling about tire country in great My* on this money He ho* bad a hand some house elegantly furnished at From Ingham, bos kept numerous servant*, and driven out In elaborate shape. He got wind of the officers, however, and has left for unknown parts  Pitts & Hamil],  •*H5 Bdle Street.  THE JOLIET DISASTER,  •    *    - “t** *to*tar arrival    in nam,    the paper suggest* that the  Al    ga    e    *    i    I ® nt *r« parliamentary    delegation, Or dele-  Smyrna &    Oriental.    "  Ladies like to gee the Newest and Finest in Honso Decorations. The Easisst way to tee them tot to Call frequently at our establishment, whether you wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  FALL SUITS.  knowledge  of all that has happened, decide with ti,# American delegates upon th* future court* of the Irish jittrty. Such a conference, th* art I<1# conclude*, would prove the desire of I aith section* lo boid the party to get ber.  I AM MOW KE A UT TO rURMISH EV KUT MAM IM ALTOM TITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MADE FffoM ."LOTUS ;SKLRaTED ESPECIALLY PO®  FALL W El A Pl.  Cir; IM TUE MORT STYLISH MAX XKE.  Witt! Perfect Fit,  Healy Huro#<l la t:«gy.  Dc HUX, Dec. 9.-The public meeting in Phumix park Munday to express the menus of the people upon the di«een«ioti among th* parliamentary Iradent over the quo, lion of the c^airmanship was only moderately attended, on account af the cold Weather. The mayor presided, and moved a resolution indorsing Parnell as alone fitted to lead the nation. He condemned the Healyit*, whose independence, he Raid, had been sapped by English wire pullers. The resolution was unanimously adopted. Mr Healy a effigy was burned by th* mooting Various other meeting* went hold In In land Sunday at whkh resolution* favoring Parnell ware adopted.  Chloroform for Rirrii| OH .  BOWTON, Der 9-The Boston Homeopathic Medical society advocates th* ow of chloroform in killing prisoner* sen ten.cd to death. At a meeting af the society Friday night, Dr. Con nu! VI easel hoept presented a paja-r in which, though he miv.g-ated the death penalty, ha deprecated its present methods of infliction Hanging and garroting he  Another Vletltn Die* of His Injsrl**—The Funerals.  Joliet, Ilia., Dec. 9.—The workmen tot gag.-.! in removing the gigantic pit* of debris where th* catostroph# at th# blast furnace of the Illinotn Neel (-ompauy cc tumid Thursday were horrified by th# ilia-Clovery of a leg of a mon Tb*re is no body to match it, and the conclusion is inevitable that snot her body is in the ruin* of the red lapsed furnace On* of the number that wet# injured (Orluf Johaoui died, making the ninth vktim, including th# one still in the ruins, who must have it#, „ a single man and a Poiander compart# lively unknown, a* no one has yet bern reported musting Johnson, who died, wa* on the extreme top of the furnace when it went down Hi* limb* were amputated, and hr died from loss of bion.I He wan otherwise sevrrely bruised al*Htt the (md) Th* funeral of the seven men killed wa* attended by a large outpouring of sympathetic workmen of oil trades.  READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS!  NEW GOODS.  SfCoine and See Them.^j  ll, ft Jeweler ion.  SILVERWARE  CLOCKS  In I/urge Variety  Accordians,  Violins  —AMD—  LOClW  -Wflrjr  lVerware^c. .Guitars.  And their Supplies.  •qualIv horrible (electricity has not aa yet shown any better result*. Execution should ta- don# privately, with an air of mystery, no publicity, no visible parapber nates. The agent which would do this is chloroform It is swift, sure, pointes# aud silent.  Fetal Kwwaway Accident. Whitehall, WI*., Dec 9. John Genii, the mall carrier between Montana and Fountain City. allowed his two children and a neigh lair * child, all under Ut years   _ cd age, to drive the final two mites of a  rimskimd  ,ni1 w,liU *  b<  •“W 1  '*« •*» errand. On  TE* Negro** Pre teat.  Coli MBI A, 8 a, Dec. 8.-A hill ha* lawn introduced in the state legislature providing for separate cars for the race*, and it is likely to {NMM. A coli ha* bean hunted by leading colored citterns of the cute for an indignation ccm veal! aa to be beld in Col urn (na next Wed ne "day, stating that such a measure would he an iniquitous one, and that it would be an infringement of the personal and legal rights cd the colored people a* . itliens, aud tim direct cause of uncalled for trouble between the whites and the negro#*.  their return the children were met by _ farmer in a wagon, who roo into their v# birle, throwing th*rn violently to th* gr. ,i..l tim hor**** running away jy Wiir.Uh.rtl! ag.*! * years, was puked up it neon*, o... white the otter children weir M v. rvly injured Thr boy suataii. com u-.:..n of the brain and died In stew hours The farmer who drove the team uttered a few oath. aud continued on his way.  Household, Domestic and Standard Serin; He's.  Sewing Machine Needler god Repair* of all hindu,  Bold, Mlver and steel Spectacles to Suit All.  Clock*, Watch** and Jewelry Repaired.  no McKinley billon this.  ARD  At Figures that will Please All.  H. C. G. Moritz.  Th* Meeting of th* Majority.  Lindon. Dec. A—In accordance with th* circular issued by Chairman McCarthy, I ber# wa* a very full attendance of th# Irish Nationalist majority , newnt, when at 3 o'clock Monday McCarthy called the meeting to order. The FarnelUte members were ai went, they having ignored th* etrcular call, copies of which were nerved upon them. Abraham, Dillon, Healy, O’Hrteu, A. O’Connor, T. P O'Connor, flexion aud Blowby were appointed aa the eonsttltntten committee whi. h is to advise with and aas lot McCarthy in deciding a nu mr' x# iting the future | <>licy af  Pi tub a cg Kamas Cst boite Cathedral.  Pl TTS Bf im, Pa., Doe. 9-8* Haul’s Homan Catholic cathedral, after tieing entirely renovated throughout, woe formally reopened yesterday with pontifical high mass. Cardinal Gibbon* preaching tho sermon. Many distinguish**! clergvm#n war# present. Reserved seats were sold at both morning and evening ar.-Goes, the sr hem* bringing in |8,(KXJi  Nor* Trout*!# tor Mrs. Terry.  Fkmxo, Cal , law. 9. Horah Altho* ho* run ag ai u#t i. not her bit of hard luck in her struggle to recover th# property of Julgr Terry tm# .rf the valuable proper!ie* wm rn whole m* ti rn near this town, worth 832,-OH, ou which there woe a mortgage of 810,* <*«>. Rem lilly th# admlntetrator sec un*! th# right to m*|| this and other property in doing will Ii his lawyer had his face slapped by Sarah Althea, who opposed the aal,.. VV hen It ram* to sell this section it wa* found that Terry's title was not  Effect and the land was still government (id. Two Fresi.*» men at .nice jumped tim load amt a . outset will be made  COOKING STO VPS FROM 14-76 TO $60 HEATING STOVES FROM »5 TO 647.  nm HouxD ou mouton  —AND -  HaJiant Home • Base Burners.  THE BEST HEATERS ON EARTH.    AIjSO the *——  CHAMPION MONITOR Cook Stovo,  o— NO FLIES ON TIIIS.|—<y—    *  A Prospect of Ti mi bi*. liiEMlNOUAM, Alo., Dee. 8 -It is reported that a number of negro miners will be put to work st a number of the coal mine*. and trouble with th* strikers Is feared. .Several squad* of deputy sheriffs have left for the vamili* mine* in its county whore Beglue* an to toke th* pine* of the striker* Tt># officer* I/av# bren Asked for to prevent r* ta  Counterfeiter* Captured.  Dkahiktux, Mo., Dec. 9. Special Tres* ary Agent Mooou and Secret Service Officer Tread* dl descended ut on a gang af counterfeiter* near Newtuwhet Sunday and captured I lorn baker, a ion by the ■ame of Henley, and a third couuterf#iter sins* name could not be learned The officer* also confiscated their entire plant, eonMM lug of plate*, dies and presses, aud over IAI, ODO in money The counterfeit money they have be. n shipping east for rircula Uon, and Mr Mason seys it is a very dangerous inutat ion, sepectidly the •*) bilk, and the public has been warned "gitairt them by th* eastern papers  FALL GOODS!  AND  AMOTMIK UVT Off  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSISES,  JI’NT It KHI TED FO®  KAL Id WK AR.  ALSO A FINK UMI OF  Cloth for Overcoat ti  FO® FALL AMD WIET®*  E. L. E An wtWAHW   , . - ^ ..   

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