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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 “ '''WfiWf'|¥y *    fP^’T    w    m^m'W  U-‘r.T'-    *    *    i    •    '    ‘■‘'•IP'*'    •-■    —kWW    v*    I    ™  ALTON I ( AT I.V  "35* •     n -    .  * !* f, r" *! , -»    •    ■    •    -    '    ^    .    .    ♦    S    •    -    •    ,    i  VOLUME  THE LATEST CRAZE:  JU _  ____  (A new and lott<reatti , (pni« < )  THE.POPULAR GAME:  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER ll. 1800.  WILD TIME AT dim.    I    THE WASHINGTON WIRE  Arrival of Parnell and Other Prominent Irishmen.  A CLOSE CALL FOR A FREE FIGHT.  Possesses remarkably fascination for yocnq and old. be happy, play “HALMA/*  (If you would  (By Mi* author of Malnin  Ins equally interesting to children as well to play in three minutes.  as adults and Is learned  The great Military Game -Should lie in every family,  •ST Ae also carry in stock the ever popular Parches!!, Progressive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety of other interesting and pleasing Board Games.  I-  -c  Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles!  C herr* fur th# Irish I..attar Am»i-r«d by Catcall., for Mr*. O'Nhrat- Pa mr ll (ion to th* outer of I'n Un) IraUnd and Take* I*"■■*■■(■*, Forcibly Faceting the Kdltor —Anti® Kreach Diapitt®—other ror-••an New* Note*.  Iii bus, Dec. ll.—The ■teamer which had conveyed Parnell and bls friend* and a number of Lh* leading light* of th# aoti-1 Virile! lit* movement arrived safely at Kingstown at an early hour Wednesday morning, Th* distinguished Irishmen at once embarked on a waiting tender and were immediately conveyed to the pier. Aa soon aa the tender had been made fact Parnell's friends landed in the midst of pat riot ic aud triumphal airn from the liand and wild cheers from hi* supporters iu the great crowd which surged about the pier and it* approaches. Parnell'* aaaociatea were promptly followed by Timothy M. Healy, Maurice Healy And Mr. Kenny, all Staunch supporters of Juntin McCarthy and the uncompromising opponents of Parnell  Ksrtted Irishmen.  The moment these latter gentlemen came in view of the pushing, swaying crowd it tannic evident that they were by no menu* wit hunt friends In the rank* of the excited Irishmen who everywhere pressed strait them. The crowd wa* an Angry one. nod hostile demon*!ration* were repeatedly made by the partisans of I one section against those of the other. The PanieilitiM would about and volley for I their chief, tally to is* met by cat-calls and i derisivewheer* for Mrs. O'Hiea  Th© LATENT, The HEST, The MOST PUZZLING!  The famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the moat in-threating and Fascinating Puzzle vet introduced Nothing like it. Mutt be teen and tried to be appreciated. Duly 15c.  HERE'S ANOTHER, THE  POCKET DERBY.  A new Race Game Game of chance. Only  for VOLM** and 10c.  old, a fascinating and exciting  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  DK Al AHI IN  Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys.  101 and 103, cot. Third and Piasa sts. Alton  FOR HARD TIMES.  A 6c BOX COUGH DROPS.  lOo BOTTLE COUGH SYRUP.  IOO BOX FACE POWDER.  10c BOTTLE IX)Lf KINE.  10c PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER.  10c BOX GOOD LIVER PILLS.  10c BOX GOOD HALVE.  . -0— AT —o-~  MARSH S DRUG STORE  ALTON AND UPPER ALTON,  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK is the MOOT COMPLETE ever Drought ta Alton.  Wa oan abow you Something New* a* often as you call in:  CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Bully ll russe In  Ingrain,    Art Squared,  Rag or Hemp.  IN CURTAINS:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  HNT RUGS:  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Ladies Ilks to aaa tbs Newest and Finest in House Decoration*. The Easiest way to see them la to Call frequently at our establishment, whether you wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  The tat   (  bi land wa* Parnell, whose appearance wa* the signal for a tremendous on th ii rat o cheering from his n**einbied rapport-j srs ll* paused to deliver a very brief I speech, iii which be thanked hi* friends for th* welcome they had accorded him. “Cdilef Just Ie* Mealy."  I Pam, U azured his hearers that he I looked to the tau* of the present fight I Without fear. He hail in the past never tai the Irish people wrong and he would | ii rf do ho in the future. Enormous crowds I had gathered about the Dublin station in j anticipation of the arrival of the warring pat IU men tartans. On the arrival of the Kingstown pier train, Timothy Healy hurriedly em, red a carriage and was rapidly driven away amid groans, hisses and erie* of “t hief Justice Healy.” When I'amelI stepped from lite train the shouting crowd, which had forced it* way to the station platform and waiting rooms, preened him so rlonely that it was aith the utmiat difficulty the policemen were able to clear a way (or him to lib cab  The Crowd Draws tbs Carriage.  Nu sooner hwi this lieeu sure#*-.fully accomplished than the enthusiastic people rushed for the harass*, and in a trice t he hor*** went unyoked. Then, surrounded sn all sides by a mob of men fighting, pushing and tearing to secure the honor of a grip os the shafts, the lUustrious Irish chieftain was drawn in the early morning hour to the Dublin residence of his friend, Dr. Kenny, member of the house of < ominous for Booth Cork. As til* crowd dashed ahead at a double-quick, they loudly sang th* national anthem: “(iud Have Ireland .”  lieu nerd tbs Kdltor.  After a short vlait with his friend Parnell went to the office of United Ireland, i *»k possession and ordered the isaac of ti e current edition to lie striped The editor of the newspaper arrived and found Parnell in (* carssion The latter, in the pi ce en* of the sub sheriff, read the article* of lucorportion of the United Ireland Publishing company, Justifying hi* action. Toe editor, refusing to acknowledge Par m il's authority, * as (ordered out of the (dike He refused, and was ejected after a scuffle In which the employe* took (tart with st I -ks aud stools, and some blood was shed \\ ben order was nwtorsd Parnell •take to I he members of the staff, who | pro in i >d a1 Ie, dance to bin*  De*lswyc4 (be I itll tm,.  It appear* that Mr. iawmy, subeditor of United livlaud, having received an inti*   !  mat iou of Parnell's intentions with regard  1  to the palier, had arranged to issue an edition of the pajjer in advance of the regular hour cf jn i bl leat urn His purpose was, however, frustrated by the sudden arrival of Parnell. In the struggle between the sheriff’s men and the editor*, one of the Utter received a scalp wound, inflicted by a t(l<»w front a flying office stool Three of the sheriffs deputies received slight ‘ contusion*. (Hue in puss# adon, Parnell J immediately ordered the destruction of the entire edition which wa* about to be issued to the public st the moment of his arrival, ll contained Litter attack* upon Parnell’s recent conduct and policy.  Owned Most of (be Stuck.  Parnell lathe owner of 474 of tbs SOO shale* of the mock of Th* United Ireland company. The remaining twenty-eig shares are owned by Dr. Kenny, member of (he house of commons for .Snath Cork, and a friend of Parnell's,and Justin Mc Canby, leader of the anti Parma]lite* The gentlemen of the staff who were violently ejected from the office of United Ireland, will at at one* institute proceeding* agaiuid Parnell tor assault.  and mu balant laity object* to any excel A merchant vessel* Of other power* ascending the ri»#r, I he French, on the other hand .assert the right of exploration aswell . as trade  Ne More Duels In llelglum.  IxJMMig, line. ll.—The Belgian government ha* tam*! instruction* to th** magistral e* and tai ie* to rigidly prosecute and punish all persons guilty of coming from ot her state* to fight duels on the soil of Belgium. This will lie a very inoouven- | lent regulation for Parisians, who have tan In tits habit visit jog Belgium to  1  •void the French law* against duelling  l*r„f< „«nr ft or h'a Lymph.  Pa it is, Dec ll.*-An anal)-is of Koch's lymph for the cure of consumpt bm has ta n made in this city. It reveals the feet  !  that the remedy is composed of ptomaines I of tobucular bacilli which is a poison a* virulent us tin* venom of a serpent, cyanin^* of gold and glycerine. The glycerine preserve* the ptomaines, and the gold givm the liquid ite brownish color.  Disagree* with His Policy.  Logons, Dec. ll—Rev. Newman Hall write* that while yielding to none in per- i annul admiration of Parnell, be disagrees with him in his Irish policy, From th* Aret, Dr Hall say*, tie has foreseen a nip tare, although be did not expect It tooon.e no soon, lie would honor Gladstone more titan ever for hi* Merinos of (tarty for principle.  A Ye rd let of Not Guilty,  Loudon, Dw. ll.—Idle trial of Alevin and McAuliffe, the prise fighter*, on commitment from the court below en Hie charge of conspiring to commit a breach of the peace. i ame up in the Hurray session-. Wednesday. A verdict of not guilty wk* taken by agreement ta ween th# | prosecution and the defense.  Capo*.’ ORv Culling! of Interest »o the Public.  THC CASE OF COMMISSIONER RAUM  A FAMILY ANNIHILATED.  Father, Mother and Daughter Hum Dows by m Train.  Mi NXP a FOLIA Dec. IL—At the University depot about 9 o'clock one man and two ladies were killed w die getting on the Great Northern train by an Omaha train whissing I»a*t on the adjoining track. One of the tai ie* wa* cut entirely In two. The cowcatcher of the Omaha train threw the other utrl, Hged staid IT, high in the air and up against the windows of th# Great Northern car. The victim* were KL T. Todd and wife, of Hioux City, Iowa, aud their daughter, wife of Mae'er Me chauk Slaytou, of tit* Kansas City road.  The Drake* Failed to Work.  The talk* were carried into the station an*! the coroner untitled. Mr*. Slaytou left a little girl at home, who told those that caltal that Mr*. Slayton had gone to Kl Paul. The engineer of the Omaha train said he applied the air brakes a* soon as he raw the short line train at the de|*»t, He had a heavy train and tbs brakes did nut answer promptly. Mr. Todd was a prominent contractor of Bionx City. ___  I* rah I kl tad from Carry lug Cattle,  Ottawa. Out., Dec. ll - Mr Charks Tupper«able* the minuter of sgrieu lure that in addition to the Linda, the imperial board of trade had prohibited two other vessel* from carrying live cattle to Great Britain. Sir Charta doe* not My whether the vessel* have been plying from Caned la ii ar to. tad Mates ports. The di*|iateh also states t hat a cargo of animals by the Coteau has b en detained at Liverpool on suspicion of disease.  ladlan* Waat Justice.  Di vvm, (alo, Dec IL—A Durango Special My*:    Saturday night Thomas  Franklin quarreled with two Indians in a Mb nm at Arm agt >. V M He struck both Indians over the head with a billiard cue, killing one and seriously Injuring the ottar Monday Apache* came to Armago intent upofi ba-ing I rank Un'* scalp, but he wa* secreted by the sheriff Great ex citemeut prevails, aa the Indians declare they want justle*.  Thousand* Thrown (tat of Work.  WILK KSM a bitte, l*a , Use. ll.—Ah indefinite closing down cd all their mines has been ordered by the coal department of the Delaware, (.ticks* anna and Western Railroad company. This action is due to the continue*! dulness in the co*I trade and because of the larne supply on hand The order went into effect YV<«tn«-day. Thousand* of men will be forced into idleness aud much suffering will ensue  The Il«>» and the (Jun.  HT. Lot IA Dec. ll —A special to The Re public from I*-benim. Mu, My* that when Dr. J. M Perkins, living near Muuutaiu Grove, returned from a hunting trip Tuesday afternoon he laid bi* gun on the bed. Ko). tile * year old boy, pulled the gun off the lied, when it wa* discharged, the shot taking effect in hi* 4 year old slater'* •boulder, instantly killing ber, aud scattering shot, woundin’ the baby  Th# Special House Committee WHI Us-open the Invest I gat Ion af the Charges en Ba rn rrf ay- Meeting of the Noose (ouimltte® on Censue— Report on Ute Nicaragua Wartime Canal The Day s Proceedings la Congree*.  WabrixuTon Citt, Dec ll.—The special hon*.* committee appointed to invest! gate ti e c barge* made against ( uiiuuie ■loner of Pension* Kau rn met Wednesday mo (ling and decided to reopen the investigation on Saturday next with the exam- j (nation of McPherson of tire Washington af* T of The New I ork Tribune. Lewis of  1  Mi sisalppl offered the following rem lu Haiti  “Whereas, (hi the -da) of Deurmta It i wa* charged on the A or . f this bouse by I Representative (hooper id the Fifth con-grewdo.ial district of Indiana, that during the tat election to rn mtaio ner Kaum. ! w ho is now under im. *tigHtum tatar* i thi< committee, visited Cooper'* district aiel engaged in such practice* aa tendered  1  to dei. ade the public service aud to prostitute the office which he hold*; therei i >r«*, lie it  lit solved. That the rom mitt ce proceed  !  to bear testimony aud take evidence con j cerning the charge.  “Resolved, That the chairman of the I committ-e be nquestcd to prreent to the hotlee this resolution and ropiest the au- ' thority of Hie tot:* to investigate the cloughs made."  I tie ccmmittM after considering the res- I olutioii de< ided that they had no power to  !  d< a1 with it unlera it wan introduced in the hnuw and referred to them, Lauds will j proliehly introduce the roaoluUoa in the ■ house  f'“ ogress I (UM I.  Wash I vot« i\ CITY, Dec ll.—The senate ! Wedacwt y pa***! the Joint rvwolutkw defining a quorum of the lawn! of rommie  shiners of th* District of Columbia; also the house bill to authorise the payment I of draw li.ii .s or vetate mi tobacco to correct an omission ii the tariff MU. Tin federal elections Mil wsa then taken ap, and George pox##d«d to argue agaimt it.  The house pl ai d bill authorising th# Corpus Christi and Padre Island Harbor company to construct a harbor off the shoes of I'ad re island on the const of Texas. Senate bill was p***.-d tar the re % f of Paymaster D. lf I bra b usa Du un* urn of Henderson of Illinois J. W Hat ha way wa* elected postmaster of the  hl>U«-  (oat im I tie# aa (casus.  w Af M tWQTOX ( ITT, Dec. 11.-The bouse onm in it tee on the census will gives hearing **o Friday next to the reprrwentatlvr* of Brink lye in the controversy in regard to th * federal enumeration of thet cit y.  I lie sp, id .on:iu ut question wag discuwsi d Wediie!' lay by the committee, but nothing new concerning the snhjw t wa* broached The members »rf the committee who expressed I hcm<u»ive* on the question were favorable to the MU introduced by Dun nell of Minnesota Til ** lay. The com ndttee derided not to allow any hearings alsmt cc USU* cont rov( raise to interfere with ite « >n -idernin.il of the apportionment question.  The Nicaragua (anal.  wABHIX*.IGK emf, Dec. IL—The Annual report of the Nicaragua Maritime  Canal company ha* tan submitted to the secretary of the interior It shows that during the pita year operation* on th* (■ansi have been prosecuted with diligence and energy and great progress ha* tan made in Hie work of construction The Anal pl.in* and detailed surveys of th* (anal, its harbors, etc., hare been coni ph-ted sad no effort* have been qmml In perfecting the lunation of the route from ocean to ocean. About I UU, HUO cubic yards of the c.iiihI Imre already been excavated and several mike of aqueduct completed.  Wha’* I® C'kaage tbs Mwars.  WAMlim.roir ( ITT, Dec. ll.- Plumb offered a re-obit iou in thr senate Wednesday providing that the senate meet daily at Ida. rn. with a recess from ft:9U p. ui. till ip, hi., aud that the morning hour shall expire at ll a. rn ll* asked for its immediate consideration, Cockrell suggested that the resolution be printed and lie over, and it was so ordered.  COAL.  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered tit live minute* notice in any of the city. Barns in a Clear Gray Ash, no Clink era or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the West.  HARD COAL  Iii all sizes, Deliver* <1 at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Lnsurpugged,  DUY NOW, BEFORE IHE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TELEPHONE 84 ANX) QI.  SKATES.  bumbee  Y  BARNEY & BERRY’S.  Pitts  315  & Hamill,  Bello Street.  FALL SUITS.  I AM NOW MADY TO FUKH ISH BV BRY MAN IN ALTOS WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MADS rt'iM LUTU! IAK UC CTIC D KHI** I ALLY tot  FAIjIj WEAR.  Cir; IN TMK MONT *111 Jl*ll MANNEH,  •Witlx Perfect P*it,  Preparing aa Ovatloa tor Parnell.  COBK, Ike. II.—Th# Nationally* of this cit y ar* arranging a grand demount ration of welcome to Mr I Varnell The programme wa* agreed upon ai a meeting of the party Tuesday.  Parnell** ( amt Ida!# ta bilk easy.  DLBMX, Use. ll - Parnell ha* nominated Mr. Harry O'Brien lo oppose Hir John Pope Hrtinm«y i* a candidate tor parliament in North Kilkenny.  FOREIGN^ MISCELLANY.  Ahi!  At Fijfureg that will Pleage AIL  H. C  Ct.  Montz.  Hur4*rMi Bride and Graosa.  PAVIA ta IL—A terrible tragedy wa* enacted at Ceramal Farrand A wedding proresdion wa* an it* way from th* church where the ceremony had been performed, when suddenly two shot* were heard in quick sucrraeion, and felon- the startled KWAS could realise what bad happened both bride and bridegroom fell lifekms to th* ground. The immIii ere*ped unde-let ted, but it kl BUppoeed .be awful act waaemnmitted by a rival tmitor of th* brid*.    «—«-»-  As Aagl®-Ereach Dispel®.  LoxtaN, Dec ll.—A grave quratbm has arisen U tween the French alai British government* in relation «o (ha navigation  Th* Kaaaaa Vt heat ('rap.  Topeka, Kau., Dec IL—Report* re eelvcd by the secretary of th* riot* board of agriculture show that the growing winter w beat, with the exception of a dozen counties, i* in prime condition In the eastern {tart of the date the hessian fly iia* injured many thou rand acre*, but only the early sown wheat In I wet tlwt -were •J.lG.'rift aer** sown. Th I* fail a, IM), (IDU have been sown.  ft.cbd mf th* I eat rat Mrike.  iiYKtCt id, N Y., Ih-c IL—In the court of sssakMu moi tenor wit* suspended daring good behavior on five men who were employe- of tile New York Central road at Dewitt during the recent atrike. They were indicted for (Miospiracy and it wa* intended to malfr an example of them, but they concluded to plead guilty and aroid th* danger of a trial.  (iota Ie® la Mala®.  A ca UST A, Me., Dee. ll.-Many of th* ice <'om pan lea on the Kennebec river have begun *cr*ptag their ice fie d» preparatory to cutting their winter trip. The ic# is from six to eight inches thick aud th# fields At# in excellent shape It is estimated that (bel* Is not over EQ,(JOU or 7!,-UUi ton* of old ice on hand.  Drew eta While skating.  Daises VIIX*. Tex., Dec. ll - While a party of young people were skating tm a pond Hcveral mile* south of this place the ne broke and Oscar Meyers sr I Mi« Maud (inuitham were drowned Ti re# others of the party went through lh loo, lot were j rescued  WIK ll.no*** lo Pend <iu Las.  Fovd Of Lac. Wk*., Dec. ll. Th* plant of th* Gurney Refrigerator eutFpaay  sri 11 be removed from Oshkosh to this  rd th* Ni|p*r, The Britktb government city Th# building formerly oc« uj i«*l claim* to have a prote< ‘orate over the j bf the I at tall* Wagon company will ba river, under) be term* of the Berlin treaty,  A propitiation tor the Anay.  Wamiisc.tom CriT, Dec. IL—The army appropriation bill has tan com pl.tad by the military com rn Itta# of the bouse and ’ it Will U' reported this week by t'utch-i eon of Mi. big in,th# cnalruian of the com mitt## The MU carries a total appropriation of A.'i.MJ.tMU. Till* la 9435,.'** more than the amount appropriated for ary purpose* bud jeer,  r   (ntiruH cif li^|»ublirffiii ^riiiton.  W amu KOTOV (’ITT, Dee. It—A caucus of Republican seuators baa been called lo ta held at t'»* residence of Henaior Sawyer I ha caucus will determine whether th# M-mtU shalt prt*• ed with th# ronald* erat mn of tin* election tali, lay it aside or try lo tiring It to au immediate vote.  ll*.u t (he iMfnriuaila.a ".ought.  W AAU I xii To X I IYY, Dec. IL—I# rospooM to a senate cc-olut ion asking him to name the chi#) supervisor* of eh-* Hon* la the different stat.« aud stat to give a li*t of voting pin <•«, ! he itt.it c) get., ,a1 ha* replied tug (lie information sought is nr4 la Id* puaaCHaiuo.  Th# Forum silva HUL  W’ABHJXuTits (TiTY, Dec. IL—The bill making ai;nu*I appropriations for fortifl-cations and other work* of defense wee adopted by th# house committ *« on apptih O' la' ira • Ti #*day. It ajqm., nut es 14.(71,* •Ut, or Ai. tv (».&*) ta* I Im I. the rat I rn ates.  Lisii L »U Threw* A " tun.  ii* Kxtltlan, Oft. IL—The catch-aw catch etui wrraUing match between Lean las is' ..ad Joseph Ai .db, hod three iii flee fall v (or AVA I a Hide, v, as w «>u by lewis. Lewis tim# for hr t fall was fourteen uhuh' ., fbi. tjf t’vq mss md*. *eoond fail,  flfty eight aroon is, and fwuriT b i*, eleven iinbut- . Ar* -a won th# i lr J full in  rixUco c.if MCK  Th re*.ii H ort* (I'-tnl Down,    j  Nkwauh, N J,, Dee. IL—-The three mille of the Clark thread works are closed. The at rile pron.Inc* to ta long and stubborn. The men my they will make no overture* to the company and that all pro po* it ions tor settlement must come from the factory manager*  READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS!  NBW GOODS.  ^Oonie anti joe Thein.^  E. H. Goulding, Hie Jeweler, Alloo.  IN  GOLD aud MI X KE  watches:  KICH —  JEWELRY  AXD—  CLOCKS  In Large Variety  Accordians,  Violins  -AMD-  SILVERWARE «W~W VT    MNA  And their Buppliea.  Household, Domestic aud Standard Sewing He's.  Sewiug Machine Needing and Repair* of all kiuda,  Hold, ► liver and Steel Spectacles to Suit All.  Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Repaired.  no McKinley bill on thisT  COOKING OTO VPS FROM *4.75 TO $60. YJ HEATING STOVER b^tOM |5 TO |47.  SPECIAL ROUND OU KONITOB  AND—  Radiant Home - Base Burners.  THE BEST II HATE HK ON BARTH.  ALBO THE-  CHA HP ION MONITOR Cook Stove.  -a- NO FUEri ON THIS.]—a—  im A-  FALL GOODS J - *?  AMOTHBB LOT OF  ANO  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES,  ri*#T BBCBIVED FOB  FAMj wk ah.  ALrfO A FINK UNB OF  Cloth fur Overcoat*  FOB Fall abd wimtbb.  BOECKMANN.   

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