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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGR APH.  VOLUME 80.  ■ inn  ALTON, ILL.. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER IO. 1800.  rn to!  THE LATEST CRAZE:  (A and Interesting fain#')  THE POPULAR GAME  HALMA.  PoMeue* remarkably fascination ba happy, play “HALMA."  for Yocmq and old. (If you would  (By ta* anther af “Raima.  It it equally intreating to children aa well to play in three mioutee.  aa adulte and la learned  The great Military Game -Should be in every family,  V»  •tjT He alao carry in atock the ever popular Parcheesl, Progressive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety of other interceding and pleasing Board Games.  It Will Increase the Member-ship of the House.  STATES WHICH WILL BE BENEFITED.  Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles!'  The LATEST, The BENT, The MONT PUZZLING!  **~The famous “GYPSY PUZZLE T without doubt the moat in-terestmg and Fascinating Puzzle yet introduced Nothing like it. Must be teen and tried to bt appreciated. Only 15c.  HERE’S ANOTHER, THE  POCKET REU BY.  A new Race Game for young and old, a fascinating and exciting Game of chance. Only 10c.  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  URALlER in  Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys. ]’££  IQI and 103, col. Third and Piasa sis. Alton  FOR HARD TIMES.  A Sc BOX COUGH DROPS.  10c BOTTLE GOUGH SYRUP.  10c BOX FACE POWDER.  10c BOTTLE COLGONE.  10c PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER.  10c BOX GOOD LIVER PILLS.  10c BOX GOOD SALVE.  . -o— AT —-o*—  MARSH S DRUG STORE  ALTON AND UPPER ALTON,  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE aver drought to A Hob. Wa aaa show you Something New aa often aa you call in:  OARPETSi Tape*try.    Body Brussel*  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  HNT CURTAIIVS:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  IN RUGS:  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Ladies Uke to eee the Newest and Finest in House Decorations. The Easiest way to eee them is to Call frequently at ear establishment, whether you wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  FALL SUITS.  I AM MOW READY TO rUEMDIH IV IRY MAM IM. ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  mads from /lotus iselkcted especially for  FALL WEAR.  Cir; IM THM MOST ATTLISll MAMMEE,  Witt! Perfect Fit,  AMD  At Figurer that will Please AU.  H. C. G. Moritz.  Y'«« Hill    That    After    the Third  •/ W*atb, INS), the lienee What] Me Composed of SSS Member* — The ** "•«•'» Proposition for the Kemovol af Great's Kernel** Rejected hp the Monee A Notable Death.  Washington Cut, Dec. IO—Dud nail, i-ti airmail of th# house committee on th# seventh census, introduced In the bourn Tuesday a UU making an apportionment of representatives in congress among th# Sev#ral states. Th# bill provides that after the third day of March, I HW, th# bone# shall be composed of SM members, I he representation of some of the states is increased aa follows: Alabama I, Ar-kauMM si, C alifornia I, Colorado I, Georgia I, Illinois 2, K inurn* I, Massachusetts J, Michigan I. Minnesota 2, Missouri I, Nebraska it, New Jersey I, Oregon I, Pennsylvania 2, Tennessee 2, Texas 2, Washington J, Wisconsin I. The representation from the other states will remain unchanged Section 2 of the bill provides Hist whenever a new state Is admitted to the I mon the representative or represent alives assigned to It shall be In addition to the number SM.  Provisions for Elections Section a provides that in each state, attuned under this apportionment, the number to which such state may be entitled in the fifty third and each subsequent conchal! tie elected by districts compost of contiguous territory and contain-‘ag a- nearly ae practicable an equal number of inhabitants. The district* are to be equal in number to the representatives to which their state is entitled in congress, no tine district electing more than oue representative.  Eleele*! by the atake at Larga*  Meet Ion 4 provides that in case of aa increase in the number of representatives which may be given to any state under this apportionment, the additional representative or representatives shall be elected by the state at large, and the other rep reeen tat Ives by the districts now prescribe.! by law until the legislature of tbs state shall re district the state, and if there la- no increase in the number of representative* from a state the* representatives ■hall I*» elected from the districts now prescribed by law until the state be redistricted by the legislature of the state  THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE.  A Day's Proceedings In the Semite sad House of Representatives.  Washington City, Dec. lo.-in tba • -Date Tuesday the sedated bill was peaced •“'‘'•riling the Pint National bank at GM ten toil. Mont., to change Ila location city of Great Falla and Ile name to el the North western National bank of Great Falls. At the request of the committee on agriculture, the Farmers* Alliance sub treasury bills were transferred from that committee to the committee on finance. In introducing a bill relating to the circulation. Plumb gave notice that, lf the elections WH was not disposed of st an early day, he would move to lay it aside for the time being, in order that the Mil Just introduced by him and all other measures relating to the Ananym condition of the country, should be eon a tiered Something, he said, should be dime. Congress had on it a responsibility which in bls Judgment, it could not avoid for any great period of time, without letting go by a very great opportunity for h I ping the country, and one which (la his Judgment) would not occur again in very many years, lf something was not done within the next two or three weeks it might aswell be postponed indefinitely,  Tile A ooo u st a of Davrsport.  McPherson offered a resolution, which was agreed to, calling on th# secretary of th# treasury for a certified copy of the accounts (rf John I. Davenport, chief supervisor of election# for the southern district of .N ew York, for the elections of IIM, I SNH Bld IMN, together with reports, <-<>rre-spondcma, rte. Quay offered a resolution, w hich was referred, for the amend meat of the tariff MU on the subject of cable*, cordage and twine, A resolution offered by Butler was agreed to, directing the attorney general and a commission on a site for th# government printing office to take no further proceedings la the mat ter until the senate shall have acted cm a report from the committee on printing.  The federal elections Mil was then taken up and Berry addressed the senate in opposition to it.  House Pro. eee I fig s.  The credentials of T J. Geary as repre w-ntat ive elect from the First congrue  atonal district of California to fill the va* canc) occasioned by the resignation of J,  J. IV Haven were presented in the house Tuesday and Geary took the oath of oflfah T ie fortification MU and the Mil making a deficiency appropriation foe public binding and prtm mg were reported and referred In the morning hour the house resumed i onside rat ion <4 the Plumb marlin ion looking to the removal of the remains of Gen C 8. Grant to Arlington cemetery, Washington. The resolution was defeated yeas IS, nays IJR  PROMINENT OHIOAN GONE.  I! *SIh at WaaNlagtea ( tty mf Waahiagtea Mr Leas, ut Clscisasli.  Washington City, Dee. lo. -Washing-tot Mc lean, formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio. dud Monday night shortly before IO o' lock at his resilience <hi Jackson pH*#. a ;ed 74 yearn. There were present at his be I*ide at the time M n McLean, bb son,  J din K Md4*11. the proprietor of The Cincinnati Enquirer, and bls two widowed daughters, Mrs. Gen Batea and Mrs. Cape Bugber Washington Melissa was a man who was self educated, and was connected with T ie Cincinnati Enquirer aa proprietor end manager during its early history, Mr. Melissa's connection with Tim Enquirer ceased more than fifteen years ago He was a prominent factor in th* affairs of th • I »*-rn on atte party in Ohio, yet he n to, |,| aor was be a canc.Wale for pub* lie office.  JU8TIN M’CARTHY'S MANIFESTO.  It Is Not Vet Heady To He Neat Out— Parnell Ones Ut Dublin.  Lindon, Nov. IO.-Th# majority of Hi# Irish Nationalist parliamentary delegation met Tuesday pursuant to adjournment of Monday, Justin McCarthy presided. The find busine** before the meeting wa* til# consideration of the manifest o which is to Ii# issued to th# people of Ireland by McCarthy on behalf of his colleagues and supporters. After considers 111# debate the matter was temporarily laid aside without any definite conclusion having been arrived at The chairman then mad a cable di-jiatch which had l*>cn received from the delegates of the party now in the United Mates. The db* pa ic ii expressed the cordial sympathy of the ■enders with the resolution arrived at by the majority section with regard to methods of procedure in advancing the interests of Ireland and the party in the triune dial# future  lto» the Work at Hume.  Owing to the impossibility of securing an adequate i uteri bauge of views as to the details by cable, the American delegates desire, as heretofore, to leave the responsibility to their colleagues at the scene of action. ’I he dispatch conclude.I by assuring McCarthy and his colleague* (rf the ne operation of til# American delegatee by •ach methods aa they believed beet to ae cure the withdrawal of Parnell and the re unification of the Iriah Nationalist party  Mich., Man Missing,  Who  RAISED HIS OWN INDORSED NOTES.  A Big Direr to Parnell.  Mil WAUKEE, WM, Der IO.-The follow tng cabb gram was Kent Munday evening to Parnell: “Will give you 175,000 for IOO lecture*, in America Fifty thousand del lur* cirpo*itail in hank an guarani**. An* ewer at our expense. *’ The cable is signed by Thompson, Dupree and Gay lor. Thompson U th. well known theatrical manager, and the other two gentlemen are connected with the “Irish Arab*' company, now playing in this city. I‘smell cabled dc clining the offer.  Parnell's Trig Ut Ireland.  London, Dec. IO - Parnell daring bls •lay In Dublin, for which city be left Tuesday, will be the guest of the lord mayor at th# mansion house In addition to Die address which he bi to deliver at Leinster ballon Thurslay e\ruing. Parnell will (mvoI# m in ir tim lo tho rvurKAniuit ion of the Dublin Nationalist league on lince in harmony with his policy.  Gladstone on the Mtnetluu.  London, Dec. ld-Mr Gladstone, in a letter, says (rf the prearm political crisis: "There appears no question affecting myself—only an unexplained eontradx tm U  between the Parnell of May, I NUO, and the Pnrueli (rf all former dates subsequent to the Hawarden Interview”  McCarthy Feria ll.I.  London, Dec. IO.—Justin McCarthy, the new ly elected chairman of tbs Irish Nationalist parliamentary majority, has expressed t he hope »hat the division which •Alate between the two sections of the Irish party will be gradually bridged over.  Deserted Parse IL  London. lier. IO —James Gilhooly, mem lier of parliament for west Cork, and O'Gornian Mahon, memtierof per inurn ut for Carlow, have formally given their adherence to the Hsalyitsa.  lr*#* Parnell lo Betire.  Bk Lr ast. Dec lo.-The News, of this city, hitherto a staunch supper of Parnell, now urges that gentleman to retire from bb leadership.  Tan Net Hr veal HU Identity.  Cincinnati, Dec. io.~Th# anthorine* of t he city hospital ere puttied over a mysterious (awe. It is that of an unknown young man who la unable to speak or in any way reveal his identity. Nov. is he wa* found lying on the street and wa* supposed to lie drunk, but he proved to lain an unconscious condition When examined at the hospital uot a scratch or wound of any kind was found The phy Miriam* pronounce it a case of etnholia, a rare and peculiar trouble resulting from the obstruction of a veto or artery la the head by a clot of blood. Hundreds of |**r aims have called to ae# the unfortunate man, who la evidently of goncf family.  Fatal Pros# of HU Ow* Words.  NZW Bn I'n* WICE, N J., Dec. la-While preaching toe large congregation at the East Millstone Reformed church Munday night the pastor. Rev. Dr J P. Strong, said: “A man might fall aa easy aa a Mar from the heavens." The next instant his face turned ashy pale, ha clutched wildly at the pulpit for support, and then dropped on the door in a fit of apoplexy The hor riffed congregation was spellbound fur a moment Then the cooler oms rushed to the prostrate pastor and raised him from the floor. He was taken home, and died yesterday morning. He was about OO years Of age  Murder awd Mu (ride.  ('leveland. Dec, IO,—At Wellington, Ohio, 8 L. Sage was shot and killed by David Hoke, who turned the weapon upon himself aud sent a bullet through his head Both were old cl ii ac us of the plate Sage kept a grocery aud Hoke worked for him. Sage had caught Hoke in the act of stealing groceries aud bad demanded a net! lenient in a financial way. The fear of exposure and disgrace. It is believed, led Hoke to oomntit the crime.  A Member of the Lamber Firm of ll row* A Ma uh** rn Prove* To Ile a Rascal- Ruined by Keek less Financial Ventures awd specula!ion — His Family Orlef-M ricks* Over the A Wa lr—.A Sensation Im Business Circles.  Saginaw, Mich., Dec. la—Louis D. Ran barn, member of the Methodist church and always considered a most exemplary young man. left ibis city Saturday night for parts unknown, having realised on forged imper daring the last ninety days to the extent of over 180,000. Previous to hi* departure he made an amignmeut to hi* nun lier. HI* liabilities are estimated at over #100,OOO, of which at least *81,000 bad beep forged by raising his own Indorsed notes from sums (rf AVX) up to aa high a* $7,att). He got the paper discounted at Hay City and other places, hence the failure will uot affret auy business interest*. here. Sanborn is a member of tbs lumber finn at Brown & Sanborn, which stands high. The raised notes ara all personal. not involving or affecting the firm Iii* family say he left home with a sachet *V ** k® Mid, Die evening train over the Flint arni Pere Marquette read, and they have not seen or heard from him since.  His Family Orief-Mtricked.  Mr San Gum has been in financial strait* for some time oaring to heavy bind pup chase* and speculation in mining slicks which have tm* proven good investments It nan not be told how heavily he wa* involved The miming man i* af goo I fem Uy and wealthy parentage. His mother ha* frequently helped him Owing to his previou* good standing and excellent rep utat ion he did not have any difficulty In securing th# names of good indorsee to bls paper. They ara a1! positive ak to t he original amounts named in the protested paprr and there la no don I* that Saniiorn is another mao ruined by reckless Anat. elal venture* and spec ulation. Ilia family are grief stricken st the di*rlo«ttre and were entirely ignorant (rf his financial difficult ie*. Home who know him best think that he never took th# train, but commit levi suicide. This theory had* few advocates, however.  Moping Against Hope.  Standing high in *oetei and hmdnms circles, a* he did, his defalcation created a profound serration. Hi* friends are hoping against hope that he may re turn and explain matters no aa to put t Item iu a latter light. No effort baa bern made to apprehend Mr. San is ira, aud Itta doubt ful lf any will he made. The lame will probably be made good by his family, and I he loners express no feeling of revenge or hatred, liut one of sorrow and sympathy. Among his indorsers ara some prominent members of his churrh.  I he defaulter’* father, George C. San bom. was for years a leading Saginaw business man. and hie good name aud businem descended to the boo, who bas md proven equal to it The changes in the notes Were made by writing in the figure* before those in the original amount*, and the additional thousands were alao written in the body of the note*. Mr Hsnborn bad a legitimate busine** amply *uf-flcieot to net him an Abundant income anil there w a* no evident nacemitv for his involvement in speculative scheme*  A Cyclone in Georgia,  Atlanta, Ok, Dec. IR-Nanr Monroe. Vk altou county, a cyclone clesuwd a apace several nill** long and about IOO yard* wide, blowing down house* and killing seiera* people. Jack Meuderaon ami hi* wife were buried beneath the ruin* od their I home Henderson wa* killed, but his wife wk* not badly hurt Their iwhy was curried »«* yards and wa* so badly Injured that it died shortly after Nliif found. A family of negroes named Jackson were buried iu the ruin* af t heir cabin, and two of them were killed. Another house containing seven negroes was blown down. but nil the occupant* escaped unhurt.  COAL.  Tho Famous Glllrapie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any ot the city. Burns lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clink era or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West*  hard coal  III all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Brices. Quality Unsurpassed,  BUT NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.   r rKLKPHONE 84 AND 21.  SKATES.  humid  Y  BARNEY & BERRY’S.  Pitts & Ham ill  1115 Belie Street.  Cleve!***! I* i  Minneapolis. Dec. Sioux Falls, 8. D., to J Leslie Thompson,  » Cand Id*!#.  IO —A special from Tho Journal say*; one af the wheel-  OM C aught Up with the Week.  Washing TO* City,Dee IO.—Cap t Ainsworth, chief (rf the pension division, war department, state* that at the fad of the fiscal year all call* for information on hi* office had Iwu answered. During the year MI.arf calla few paper* were answered, and instead of passion* tieing deal* cflLw ae  layed through delay lo  hcreto-  hor*** of the Houth Dakota Dem s-racy, has Just returned from New York, where he had an interview with ex President Grover Cleveland. Mr Cleveland raid that he would surely be a presidential candidate in IWC, and that he wanted his Houth Dakota friend* to stick by him.  Merely ea a Pleasure Trip.  Berun, Dec. IO,-Conal Herbert lim march, who baa just returoad to this city from London, in an interview, denounced the obatinaiM-y of those newspaper* which inaiat on attributing a political -iglu (teaser to hi* trip to Great Britain sad France. He Mate* that he went for |I*.*a»uraalone Count Herbert was en th rn inst ic in his praise of the beauty of th# Parisian promenades, thee! re* sad store*.  Reeeptloa by the Clar.  London, Der IG —The caar gave a grand recaption Monday in the winter palace at fit Petersburg. All the foreign minister* and the leading nobility were present. The mar cun versed cordially with the Austrian ambassador.  End of tbs Alllaaee CosimiIo*  Ocala. FU, Dec. la-The Farmer* AL llanre adjourned aine die Monday after adopting a platform indorsing the subtreasury scheme to Un# government money on farm prod act* stored in the v *ri<i ii* count ie* in the country, demand* for silver free coinage, un income tex, the abolition of the national bank*, a lier capita circulation of KSU, and repeal of the tariff (MB necessaries. Th# Conger lard bill wa* repudiated and the Paddock pure food bill indorsed. The next place of meeting was changed from Wa*hlugtou City to Indianapolis.  Tbs ! rd era I (we mf labor.  Did In UT, Dec Iff—Tbs convention of the j American Federation of Labor resumed it*  I labors Tuesday morning The announce ! meat (rf the formation (rf two mw national union* tbs retail clerk* and the waiter. and  1  tender*-ribs* received with appall *. toe treasurer » report tho** ra O pi-tit* He year, &4.71MM. expenditure fifl.t-71 7 M,mt of the morning wa* taken up wi'h receiving resolution*. they being introduced on about every aabject  Tbs Ji ff Dad* Man.Iou.  IDI IIM-.*vn, Va, Dec (ft—Tbs board of aldern.tn I y a two third* vote decided to > give the Confederal# Memorial IJterary bciet) i! e use of the Jeff Davis man«i< n for a mti-i im for war relic* This wa* t he executive mansion of the confederacy, and wa* on 'ipled by Pnwidrnt Jefferson Davis during hi* reddens# in Richmond.  Beady far the President's Art lo*.  CMU ALO, Dec. Id — President Palmer, of the national commission of the World's fair, arri'e*I here from Detroit Monday night. He will Mend a letter by Director peck to Praddeat Harrison asking him to la*rn* a proclamation calling ail nations to take pan In the World's Columbian exposition.  __  Rutin aurin Md tbs Pair.  CHK AUO, Dee. la—It ie pretty wail settled that Kern*tory Benjamin Butter*orth will im chief of the bureau O' r tuinotion (rf the Columbian exposition Ria salary will ba the aa me a* at present, but hie iii-id of work will be greatly enlarged,  Pell Dead sa th* btreet.  W at MIU to, Iowa Dec. la—-Mrs. Frank N< cly (ell dead on tbs street Munday even*  iifig. It Ut supposed heart diaeaae was th* cause. She wa* the widow (rf Frank Neely, formerly grand commander of the Knight* Templars of fowa.  BEADY FOR TICK HOLIDAYS!  NEW GOODS.  wCome and <>ee Them.^j  Gould! Tlifi Jeweler, Alloo.  IK  EJ  —* FINE  GOLD and MLV KE  WATCHES  -MICM —  JEWELRY  —AND—  SILVERWARE  CLOCKS  Im I arg* Variety  Accordians,  Violins  -AMD-  Guitars.  A Bd their Supplies,  Household, Domestic aid Standard Sewing He’s.  Sewing Machine Needle* and Repair* of all kinds,  Wold, silver and Steel Spectacles to Suit All.  Clocks, Wniches md Jewelry Repaired.  no McKinley bill on thisT  COOKING BTOVF8 FROM |4.7# TO (60. J HEATING STOVES FROM $6 TO 147.  PMI BOUND OIE MONITOR  AND  Radiant Home - Base Burners.  THE BERT HEATERS ON EARTH. ALSO THE-  CHAMPION MONITOR Cook Stove  o— NO PUES ON THIS.J—o—  FALL GOODS!  AND  ANOTHER LOT Off  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSISES,  J lf CT RECEIVED POE  fall wear.  ALMO A FINE UKE Of  Cloth for Overcoat*  POM PALL AHD W1HTUL  E. L. BORCKMANN.   

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