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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VQJLUME TUESDAY DECEMBER Blank Day Cash till sizes and styles of bindings Just in entirely new and well of I n We handle only the Levison and BlyUius nrenon does not injure these They have no Inks are especially adapted for use in Stylographic and Fountain We carry in stock Esterbrooks and Gillotts the only good For a Gold Pen there is none superior to the Johnson Pen of which we luive a well assorted stock of all The same with or without pearl If in need of anything in this you should examine our large and complete assortment Imported and and Flower At Third and Piasa Merry 1STICB PERFUMES FROM lOo Sachet Fine Mil Fine Gladstone Celebrates His Natal A PLEASANT TIME AT MARSHS DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER That our STOCK is MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to you Bombing New aB often as you call Rag or Body Brussels Art Unveiling of a Fountain Krrctcil In Com ninmoratlon of tho Grand Old Mans Coining Confer ence at Paris Hetwoen Parnell and Great Railway Strike In Foreign occurred the 81st anniversary of the birth of William Ewart who spent in the day in the midst of his family and surrounded by Advices from Hawurden are to the effect that the Welsh village was crowded with visitors who came from near and far to pay their respects and tender their congratulations to the vigorous old Among the throng who visit ed Hawarden castle were many of Gladstones American Political ISiiemluK Were It was that political ene mies as well as allies were of the number who most cordially saluted tho distin guished In addition to all vast stacks of congratulatory letters and tele variously originating in the and all parts of the British empire poured in upon Ha whose health is of the as usual on such at tended religious accompanied by Gladstone and other members of the most of whom gathered to do honor to their illustrious Unveiling of a Later in the day Gladstone drove in an open carriage to attend the unveiling of a beautiful fountain which the people of irrespective of have erected to commemorate his golden and which is placed just outside of the chief entrance to the In his accepting the gift and thanking the Gladstone said that after fifty years of residence in their he had become so warmly attached to Ha warden that he hoped to continue with them during the remaining years of his PARNELLOBRIEN The Important Evcmt Expected to Take Place In u Short Freemans Jour nal says that the conference between Parnell and OBrien will be held at Boulogne very John Red Camp members of the house of will bo present at the The pa per observes that whatever may be the outcome of the nobody will be able to say that Paruell has placed barriers in the way of any agreement that might be looked forward Deny Their Bight to The mayorelect and five of his prede cessors in the mayoralty of Cork have written to OBrien stating that it is the opinion of the people of Cork that English statesmen in conjunction with Gladstone have attacked ParnelPs posi The gentlemen referred to add that much as they appreciate Gladstones serv and deeply feeling tho obligations due to the they deny their right to dictate to Irishmen as to who should or who should not be their Mills to Marry a engagement of of New to the Mar quiso de Talleyrand is announced Tho lady was before marriage known to Now York society as Miss Elizabeth Cur daughter of Joseph Davis Beers of She was born and is therefore in her 44th and is described as a lady of the highest ac She met Charles Maurice marquise of during one of her trips to and was mar ried to him in March The union did not prove a happy one and she obtained a Passenger Trafflo Being railway situa tion in Scotland steadily and passenger traffic is being generally re The North British Railway com pany has commenced reopening its local lines or feeders and tho movement of freight trains is now slowly The attitude of employers and strikers alike remain The men are determined to fight to tho bitter and the railway officials remain stubborn in their purpose to crush tho rebellious Dado or Lace or IIVT Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Mats SSSrJouwlBhtobuyoruot HOWELL FALL iN TUIC MUST HTVIJBn At that will AIL Clergymen Sldo with tho At a largo meet ing at which sevoriil clergymen delivered resolutions were adopted expressing sympathy with the The passenger service continues to and mails ure being handled with almost the customary jut tho freight traffic is still and there are no signs of a settlement of Never Wrote for tho IrUh In his linpiitch from Paris denying that he over wrote a Hue for Tho Irish as stated by Tho London added that lie had caught The Times at its old 1igottry trlek and that he would not permit that paper to sail away with its dis uonost pinned to u malicious Bluokayi Latent John Maekuy has paid for Sanford cjuito handsome price for the She la now busy removing her art treasures from her Purls and they will bo placed lu the London mansion as noon as the nec essary changes and repairs have been com Killed by It Holler A boiler In the Irveus lard factory exploded Tliruo persons were killed urn the bulldiujf badly wrecked by the llllf llluxo 111 uu TeimuHHeo which started Sunday on the public square de itroyed five brick business five sa two frame grocery a saddler barber and a numbor ol tene ment Ijoss estimated at insurance about failure lu Dry Marks oiaof I he largest dry goods houses In this have made an Wolf hiu been NEGRO GHOST City Cnlurcil People Arc Looking for n KANSAS ghost dance now in progress nmong tho npgroes of UilBclty IH presided over by Reuben who proclaims himself ns he fore runner of the black nicssinh who is com The dance Is nothing more than the voodoo dance of the Louisiana and Georgia only it has not progressed na fal as those terrible Cartel1 led the mad with HU energy that was sur Uu was stripped stark naked with the exception of a cloth fastened around his Ills body was oiled un til it shone in the light of tho candles which were stuck around the About his neck and hanging down his back were a lot of rattlesnake On his breast hung a voodoo charm string composed of shells and odds and ends of all A Blonutonoun In his left hand he carried a while in the right he held a willow at one end of which was tied a bunch of roosters which he whirled about as he As the dance proceeded the assembled crowd kept up a monotonous full of with o humming the refrain being the word which some of tho singers repeated Faster and fastet grew the uutil at last Carter came to a full His eyes became fixed and assumed a glassy and he sank to tho llko one the prophet turned and row to a kneeling posi and with his itlll ixed begun to Tho Promised Ho described they would Ue led to a laud where perpetual summer and where they would have all their hearts desired if they only had They would be shown miracles and signs and wonders which would convince them that their leader was the true Oklahoma was the promised land there magnificent cities would rise from the earth to be occupied by the He continued in this strain for more than an and then dismissed the bid ding them spread the glad tidings among the PERISHED WITH Men Frozen to In Illinois New night about 11 oclock Karl a young German citizen of this started from town to his home about three blocks from the public This was the lost of him until Sunday morning when his body was found lying in the frozen He died within ten feet of a house and probably made no outcry or the inmates would have heard It is sup posed that he fell down and was unable to get Buried In a Snow first loss of life in this section from the great snowstorm is just reported from Lincoln Sunday James a school was found frozen to death near He was buried in a snowdrift on a road leading across the mountains from Six Mile creek to Mud and was evidently on his way homo to spend New Years when overcome by the A Vlotlm at New NEW 40 years of 91 Courtland was found dead Monday morning in a snow heap at the corner of Frankfort and Pearl His body was taken to the Oak Street Police Early was an oper ator on the waiting list of the Western Union telegraph His wife and child are living in SUFFERING IN The People of the New Territory In a Deplorable people of Oklahoma are in a deplorable Suffering is not confined to the rural dis but to thousands who are trying to live in the hulfdozen cities and Many of these have como in from the country to get Ed editor of The Winfield Courier and halfowner of The Guthrie is in tho and talked of the destitution of the people of Ho said There are hundreds of men begging about the streets of Guthrie for willing to do anything to buy food for their hungry The same condition exists at Oklahoma City and It could not be for nothing has been produced in the territory since the open ing but little cotton and a fair crop of Everything sold in the stores comes from and prices are Unless immediate aid is furnished the people of that many of whom are unable to get will In nil the early history of the western coun try there has not been such destitution us now prevails in AN TOTFINP I1 Bank Robbers Pursued by Several SKATE S NUMBER AntlKldnupliie NEW new Antl Kidnuping leagues national committee have issued un address to tho stat ing that many sane persons have been proved in court lately to be illegally im prisoned in lunatic and thai such Imprisonment is easily inflicted without trial and hard to escape Itsuys that rich people whose property is covetod and persons whose spouses wish to got rid of them are specially liable to The committee asks all who know of such cases and all who themselves in dan ger of such incarceration to wriU to Miss TlilnUn II Mitrab United States consul said Saturday In reference to a New York newspaper special alleging that American consuls in Ontario have defrauded the United Htates out of I think it is nothing more than a marnH The accounts of tho are inspected by the treasury and I do not sea how fraud could go on without being There may bo nucli a thiiiK us potty honesty by dome of the smaller but I think that bo figured down to about A Bicli tor Cham grand uncle of Jennie Chamber lain tho fumouH American and au old resident of this died aged 78 Chamberlain was a leading railroad having built most of the lines coin prising tho Milwau kee and 1aul system and other Uis fortune will amount to several mill of which his grand will probably inherit a largo as Iw Mttd no children ot his BOLJ Thrco IJoniKirnto Men Bob a linnk in JJronil Wny Light and Make flood Thnlf Hut Arc Captured After mi Kxcltlng Chine of Bovon ol the Keoonl of Other DoetU of men mndo a bold and successful raid on tho bunk tit South Chicago Shortly after while the cashier was alone in the three men drove up in a to which a gray horse was They entered the and while one of them covered the cashier with his revolver the others took every dollar of cash negotiable securities within reach and dumped them into a The man with the revolver stood guard over tho while the othor robbers put the money in the buggy and prepared for a rapid When ready the chap out side guve the signal and the one who was guarding the cashier backed out of the door and made flying jump Into the Two of the Men The police were at one notified of the matter and half a dozen officers on speedy boisM and armed with ritles and revolvers were soon in hot After n chase of seven miles the police captured two of the robbers at Madison live miles from this ttud recovered all the about Several shots were exchanged between the police mid the fleeing andoneof the latter was surioiiHly wounded in the thigh The third robber is still at largej The police say the men are the same who successfully robbed the cashier of Alkrtou packinghouse a few weeks ago and they have been closely watchlug them for several THE CRIMINAL Brunch of till Blulhi In Dec the retaining of Charles of this to assist in the defense of the Italians accused of murdering Chief of Police Heu of New it has leaked out that a branch of the Mafia exists in this It is said that that the so ciety hero number sixteen or twenty meni The managing editor of a Detroit daily has a letter in Ills possession which is signed by and which orders him un der penalty of vague threats to drop the use of the word dago for Italian in After GIUIK of Lately a band of counterfeiters has been flooding Montana with silver but the United States officers have been puzzled as to the location of the On Saturday United States Marshal De voe found a deserted cabin near Gray cliff on the Crow in which were all the apparatus for the manufact ure of tho spurious A man named Frank Ellis was found in the locality and was He refuses to say Sentenced to who murdered his Sarah and his Caro line on May 2 was Mon day sentenced by Judge Stewart to be Governor Jackson will designate tho The prisoner manifested no in the sentence but bowed and smiled to his acquaintances around the court Had Been Drinking a collection agent in tho employ of his brothorlii a cigar killed himself with a iu his room at the corner of Clark and Chestnut He had been drinking heavily and was despondent on account of hav ing spent all his money in Stabbed Him Fifteen Pnr nell and Lewis of this quar reled over a girl Sunday Purnoll stabbed his adversary llfteeu times with a butcher knife and then struck him on the head with a tea Leever hovers bj tween life and Left the Tnble and Hliot who took dinner with his sweetheart on Christmas because he was laughed at by some of the left the table and shot died Aldrlcha Cloture WASHINGTON in accordance with tho notice given by him presented to the senate Mon day his proposed amendment to tho rules of that body to provide for calling the previous question on any question under debate during this session of To a United Press reporter Aldrich said that ho would not ask for tho con uidirnlion of the resolution but would lot it go to the It will re quire a vote of the senate to take it from tho calendar for and to do this It will bo necessary that it quorum ol senators be BARNEY NUMBER Pitts 315 Belle READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS Come and see GOLD and SILVER WATCHES If JEWELRY In Large Accordiansj Violins AND And their SuppllSST Domestic and Standard Sewing Sewing Machine Needles and Repairs of all Mlver and Steel Spectacles to Suit Watches and Jewelry FRANK DEALER IN AGENT FOR AJNTEEEIJSERS BOTTLED Also a fine stock of Genuine Wine Vinegar on Goods de livered to any part of the city free of Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth Raiblea Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on GOING OUT Now is the time for Bargains CHRISMS PRESENTS AT HALF PRICE CHINA AND UISQUE VASES PLUSH Christmas liankerH and stock have made an Tho firm does a largo commission business on the stock nearly all for small customers on light They are rated from 10 lierlach IH a mum be r of I he New York stock Their business wan principally with tier Tho failure Is Mild to ha due to in Hblllty to got margins from their custom uis quickly MliiiTH fur NKW Central Liilxn Federation Sunday reported that a com niunlciitlon had bueu received from tho United Miners Htiiting that many of their number would bo hungry Iwforo the year was anil asking or The matter was re erred for further Jumped from n ThirdStory NKW tun ement and bimlnusB block of Steel Da mon was bnrnud to Hie ground Albert Mclntyre and his wile Jumped from the third story of the Tim man may Other ocoupuuta liad nar row The total loiwU Julius Raible Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my business to uiy uew building 116 between Piasa and Belle Streo l shall devote my entire nttcutitm HOLE SALE SALES Of all kinds of Wines and where all DEALERS will fl1 It their Internal to Purchase their Supplies a Strictly Wholesale The Largest and Most Select Stock ol Fine WINES and LIQUORS ever brought to tins a complete Bottling meat Call and Julius See the Selection of Ball at Mook   

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