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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON it VOLUME ,30.ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13. 1890. : KO. 137 ran AT CHICAGO. Taking a Rest After Hit Oat* paign Work. WWAT HE 8AY8 OF THE ELECTION. PAPETERIES, [BOX PAPER] FINE LINEN STATIONERY aaaorted, of IOC per En- HT Put up In large white envelope*, IO tbeeta our beet stock, with IO envelopes to match. Duly velope. Also i One quire boxes, containing 21 .Sheet* of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to- match. Only 25c p?r box. •ti* These Select and Superior Writing Papers, made and 4Sfl “WW ^or ^ TRADE, include the following popu* * WHITE, CREAM, PEJIC H, Pit IM It 0 8 I It I 8 ll BO z ENGLISH PARCHMENT. LEUTE LENOX LINENE. K, N II, MT Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods, ensbles ut to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR price#, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. •lr Give these Good* a trial and you will dad that they are toiisideralde lest in pried turn you have been paying, consistent with quality. C. J. Degfenhart, 101 aud 103 Third st.. Allan, III. IF YOU NEED — A BOTTLE OF — Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmo)ine, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, OO TO MARSH'S ITS NO SECRET. That oar STOCK ie the MOST COMPLETE ever orought to Alton. Wo tan abow yon Something New aa often aa yon nail in: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussels Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. IN OURTAmS: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portion EN* JRLTTGUSi Fur Moquette,    Smyrna Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Oh Id. and Mar/1 a lid G*rrym.nd.r*«t Sa That Man/ Ha pa hi (aaa (andidataa hr Cons rut. War* Defeated — if a lr aaa Val ■ae* aa Vat la What Rural the Tariff Law Iaflaaaaad th# Kl aal I on — Th. Farmers* Alllane* la (ha Waal eat North weal. CHK’AUO, Nov. IX-MaJ. William M. McKinley arrived in Chicano Tuesday, and la stopping cm Idtkt avenue with Alia •later, Mr# McWilliams, where ba will remain for a week to get soma real after his bard campn'gn. On being laked to what extent ba aacrltvd the Republican defeat and what influence the McKinley btl! had on the elecliou, he replied: "There wan rn variety of Cantua. It waa an off year, and the Aret general election after the presidential elect! on of I SSS. There wee a large atay-at-home vote of Republicans. Patronage, always an toe-meat of weakness of the party la power, don bt lees had something to do with the indifference of Republican*. It will, no doubt, be found that a number of Republican candidates for congreet were defeated because of the dimatiefaction of the Republicans with the diet libation of tbs poet urn cee and other federal offices. Then we lost heavily In the south. la the present congress we have twenty-three Republican representatives from that tarMan. In the next house we will not have, aa the returns abow, to exceed e half-Omen. This lues will not, I assume, be charge .hie to the tariff. Oort > ta UMI cr lug Taal lee. "Ohio vt as gerrymandered Buat unjustly. While tbs Republican* carried that state this year by 19,OO; rn ijority aud upward, the Democrats hare fourteen representatives in tbs next c rngre** out of twenty on*. The minority party, you see, will have two-third* Of the represent- * stive# in the popular branch of congreet; this being a clear lues to the Republicans j of eight representative* by iartmoy nuder the f< cm of law. Maryland waa also gerrymandered so that tbs Republic in party which he* three representatives in tbs present ho ise, will have none in the next The Farmer*' Alliance in some of tbs western aud northwestern statue seems to here contributed to tbs defeat, while In Wisconsin, a* I judge from the press reports, a purely ideal question in uowias ('•aineeted situ the oatmeal issue carried down th* i ie pa bi i can majority, la Pennsylvania a Democratic governor waa elected from causes altogether local and in no way related to tbs tariff. Th* Marking Up af Tete**. "I do not kn i* lo whet extent th* new tariff law Itiflueheed the election this year. It it said in some querier* that it had much to do with the Republican liases This may be true, bot lf true it is not I rent use of tbs law Itself, but becense of the (nUnudsrstandtag of tie pro-visions among the people and of the studied effort of th* free traders at boors and abroad to rn lam present it. Tbs alleged marking up of prices waa a most tailing agency of deception and excited much prejudice against th* law. (Foods aer# said to have goo* ap In prices which had boo placed on th* free Rat la the mw law. Aud many articles where duties bad been reduced warn said to gave gout up-all because of the mw law. Now that the etectioM are over the law will he better understood aud must UU It* own story In actual operation. Timeslooe will vindicate or con da in a it. MI sr* present silos and deception will no longer prevail. Those who care to know Its exact provisions can do so by exam lo atlas of tbs law Itself removed from pun Usa coe test or prejudice MUI aloud by Prate*tio*. "If lite varfliet of tbs people NOV. 4 bad any relation la the new law it was upon repreeeatatlaas made to them which wove without foundation In fact. The people. in my judgment, will eund by protection. They alway* have when the issue has laten presented fkirly, Our own hto-tory in the past gives the highest foeti. mony of tbs value of this great doctrine. The future of the onuntry will bring mw triumph to the system which baa already made us th* greatest manufacturing wa-tlou of she war Id { a nation af w*R-p«i<j workingmen; a nation of happy and prosperous homes offering the wide** opportunity to tike masses and sh* host reward to human effort and -adeavor ” Mr. McKinley refuted to say anything as to th* pointy of th* Republican party at th* coaling session of congress or the ticket of the party for the next paign. SCALPERS’ TICKETS. Important Ductal»n Handed Dawn from the Minn**..!* Supreme ('ear*. BT. Pxul, Minn., Nov. 18 —Judge Vanderburgh of th* supreme court hM handed down a decision which settles the question of toe validity of a railroad fmt) if ST tm Great Crowds at the New York 8tock Exchange. purchased of a ticket broker or scmpdlr, * sad the liability of a railroad company to accept such ticket when offered by an innocent parch seer. la Aagnit,    to# Northern Pacific railroad leaned certain excursion tickets from Detroit. Mina., to Minneapolis and return. Cs aper Canton bought the return stub of a Minneapolis broker and took pa-aau* from Minneapolis to Detroit. The conductor would not accept this ticket Mast Honor tho Ticket. Cartoon brought action against the railroad company, end the lower coart told (bet bs could not recover. He then sppeelrd to the sapient* court, There the decision la reversed, the court holding that a round-trip th ket use I by n purchaser In going lo the station named, and then told aud transferred, no restrictions appearing, ta valid in lh* hands of tbs holder aud entitles bim lo a return passage, subject to the praserilied limitations ae to tim*, cc, aud actual damage* may be col lee led SOME MORE FAILURES ANNOUNCED. HEROISM PEWARDE.0. A Isl* Skore (engineer Present**! wltk a Hsu it nenie Wntek. Burr Abo, N. Y., Nor. It-Jobs T. Burns, the lAka Shore engineer, whose heroism saved the live* of his passengers In tim wreck at Irving last Monday, has received through Chief Arthur, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, a substantial token of bis bravery from Go I. A. Andrews, proprietor of tho Diamond Raison, San Francisco, in toe (hap* of a heavy gold watch, suitably inscribed CoL Andrews is the gentleman who two year* ago pm-*ii Ie I a wet oh to Mi** Min Twa Stork Broker* Ga Cedar sad Ik# barth Biter Bank Hums It* Doers Ten* par aril/ — Speech** Au log Ut Ie af tka « hi raga A unfelt UU Dei ie* rod at ©aeger Union by Mu. Farson* end Herr Most—-Other Maw York (Sanaa Niw Yoke. Nov. lh -The disturbs#* in th* stick market Tuesday had th* effect of a thunderstorm, apparently, as was expected, and dbl a gr at deal toward clearing the financial atmosphere. Wrdueiday morning there Was onus Id-ersbl* anxiety manifested on every side to ne* the market open, aud learn whether any more disasters were to fo-low. Long (•for* IO o’clock, the regular opening bour, the gal tart* < aud flour were crowded with eager, excited throngs. Urn people in th# former attracted by the Dews of the excitement, aud apparently de irons to ae* the wr-ck-strewn ll or. Th# men on the floor were brokers anxious to begin bn* i Mas Trading an the My. Al hough trading to strictly prohibited on the flour liefore and after the regular boars, soot sa of brokers were seen making entries in their note books after brief coats Im witk each other, lbs only difference tot* eau their actions than and altar the aliening boart tieing the aheano* of shouting aud lbs usual gymnastic feat# a b ch accompany the transaction* un the floor in but. I.ess hours. Th* market opened Hi in with a good tone, according to a gee end iou-ensu» of opinion, aud there COAL. The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the West. HARD COAL In all Price**. Bizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Quality Unsurpassed, GUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey &; Mann 310 Belle street.7 TELEPHONE 84 AND ai. J si J year* ago present* I a waloh to MD* Min- i ‘    or    opinion, ana I aer* we* ni* Freeman, the Nebraska school teacher | *" uPw*fd tendency in pries* of from a who anre I her •cholers from free ring in J Mil pry omt to 8 or 4 points. Although the grant Wiaiird. Mr Burn. I as also '    ■*“*       "..... 4    ------- received a very com pl tai* alary totter from General flu pen n ie lot tm t Wright. The/ (tubbed the Ital)way. CoLUMkCt O . NOV IX—ITu.1#Mr log the irreal of the ticket sea I p - re (J. K. Maury and J. W. Id inner, in this city Monday, there is on* of the greatest railway sensations la the Watt. Ii:suey and Man nay Were arrested for alleged willing of forged and fraudulent tick-ie of th* Co! u rn tins, Hocking Valley and Toledo rsilrual. I lough is kao«ra to warraot the statement (hat a well known patten -gar agent of a railroad we*! of Pit ta burg is mixed up la the affair, aud detective* have gone we-1 ta anast him. Ch ar Im E. Hoe*. tale t i rh In the general nfHet of th* Panhandle at Pituhurg. baa been arrested. Her Arrant ion Was GraantJlesa ClAHTAM!, Ills., Nov. IX-A traveling silesiaty named Hugbm created a flurry In lh* farter house lo this city Tuesday. The lady tainted while at break ast aud fell to th* floor. A gentleman w. fit to ber snsl-tanc* and ah* was ink-a to ber room. When ah* recovered th* proprietor of th* botel was tent for, sod th* lady informed him that while unconscious she bad been robbed of a valuable diamond earring She was os the verge of having ever) hotly lo the house arrests I when she found th* jewel In a fold of ber dress. ladle* Ilk* to a** the Na went and Finest in Hon** Decorations. Th* el way to **# them ie to (’ail frequently at our establishment whether you wDb to bay or not. 'Maine aa* raulgeew. W AHU I NOTO* CITY, Nor. IX —An enthusiastic gentleman from Sioux Oily, Iowa, who is bere,, nominates Secretary Blain* and 8*t. ai or Pettigrew, of bomb Dakota, aa the Republican ticket for I HI I "Pettigrew," he eatd, “Is a good man and worthy every honor that eta to* heaped on him. He is one cf lit* law Republican* la eon-gross who look* out for the interest* of bi* c<»n«Mturms hefo-* he begins ta think of himself. Ile does what they want and does it well. lie was all right on the tariff fight and he will eootlnue to be all right so long aa be to in congress * Died ta a Foreign Load. Pit PUU HU No*, lf —A cablegram received from Pari# France, announces th* death In that city of Wilson McCandless, PTM ideal of the Allegheny Qty bank. Mr. McCandless wee So yean of aga He was a vict.m of Bright’* dis*** which aaa the c itw of his death, aud bad been traveling several month* hoping lo r-gain his heal* h Mr. Mi rand leat* was widely know a in financial Circles, was wealthy Iud interested In many public and private enterprtoce He leaves a Widow sod IWO child rte. Hilled by Savage Belts Bath, Hi Y. Nee. It-George a Woo I-worth, of Jasper, wa* la* ling a 8 jsar old Jersey hull lo water when it suddenly rushed upoti him. kuooked him down.aud plunged its horns In bis side On bun J ay George Garter, of Canisteo, was feeding hts cattie whee a young bull attached bim aud gorged him so badly that be lived but a few bour*. On Saturday John Carroll, of Roaring Branch, Pa, wee .•rusting a field when a boil rushed upon him and tossed him over the fence breaking hts neck. there bad been predictions of faller•» to | be aufioun.vd as toot] as th* rn trfcet im>#ood, the first hour went by without t any and there was general rejoicing thereat. Prevented Tut thee TrssW*. it « as said that th* sat ion of lh* steering hon** banks had averted a bank paw c, and thereby prevented farther trouble; a broker or twa more might tai, bot that would have bul I lulu ut nu effect up.HI iiij market. Prices in the first hour were from I to 4 per cent. higher, ail around aud the Vtiiard stock* Were iu good deiuaod at the extreme adv suers, j Th* bink of .North America Was acred-I Hor at th* clearing ho .a- Wednesday and | the fl|< DD histed that they Were again la good shape. Move Failure*. I,.tTYK --The failure of J «*pb Q, Wal anti, t sober and broker, XI Pine st net, hie Jolt been announced on the stock tx* etjsnge. also the failure pf B K. True, a stork broker, ilia pine* of business to at ft Broad street. Liabilities and assets a ii known At Sit) o'clock Wednesday afternoon ti** North River bank posted a notice un ita doors that the bank had teaiporarl y suspended. ie to an ne aa Qed tim! tbs closing of th* North River bank was ordered by tim bank examiners, wbu are goer iu charge af that institution and investigating its affair*. The Whitney Fallers. Niw Yoke, Nov IX-( baria* M. WbJG nay. Frank M. La re bar and Kiwio H Larch sr, the three me ss bore of tim brob arage firm of CL M Whitney fir Co at fit Bi oadway, which assigned Tuesday, filed separate assignments Wed ne* lay fore-uoou to George ii. Quiulard, wbu ie also the assignee of their firm. THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COAL, CORK OR WOOD. GOTHAM GLEANINGS. Mrs Farson* at Cooper Union. New Yore, Not. IX — A Urge crowd assembl*-'! at Cooper Union Tue#da> night to hear Lacy Parson* and Herr Mcm eulo-«•** the Anarchist* who were hanged at Cbleago on Nor. lf. DW. The had wa* crowd#.! and rad Mags and (dal amp of the five dead Anarchists were suspended on the stage. Mrs Parson's ape*-, h was mainly < ie voted loan attack upon she po lice. She eulug aud th* martyrs and •wrted that Anarchy was not dead Herr Mast and a unmber of other speakers followed. No necaesliy arose for th* sere;** of th* IOU po 11 rn present. Farts#** ta the Flames. Blotto, Cal., Nos. IX—Fire at 4 o'clock Wednesday morning daa rayed th# Hamilton house and some adjoining property, causing a lost of fAl,(JOO. A 15-year old boy wa* burned to death. Lac*poet, N. Y., Nov. Ig-At Middle port a store belonging to Comply fit 8paid log and occupied aa a meat market, wa* burned, and Jus.-pit, a mau about UA year* old, who Heed in an up par floor at th* banding wa* burned to death. Jay Gould sad th* Untan retofie. New Yoke. Nos, IX-Mr George Gould was ►eon by a United Prana reporter with regard to lh* report that his father, Mr J ay Gould, bad accur* I .astrol of th* Cnida Pacific railroad. He r*fu»*d to talk on th* subject Mr. Hag* was aiae | seen. He rxpt#»sed th* Im lief that Mr. J G‘»uld had obtained control of the mod He an Id the latter had been buying Union Pacific and Missouri Pacific fur some tim*, and added that Mr. Gould's control of Union Pan fie waa just what waa needed ta stra.gblen oat th* railroad situation. A. J. HOWELL. Alabama Senatorial Fight. Hihminoham. Ala, Nov. IX-The Alabama legislators met at Montgomery Tuesday and effected a temporary organisation A canella will ba held Friday night to nom! net* a Un It* J Bouet senator. The leading candidates are Senator Pugu, Governor Beay, and X A. Coils The latter ta the candidate of the Farmers' Alliance Tbs tore* man ar* equally strung, hut it U claimed a combination against Senator Pugh will he made. and Beay. Kolb, or a dark boras selected Th# fight will be a hitter one. TNT FIN KST BEATEE Radiant Home, the HEIT HARD COAL HAUB Br XOM. Superior Hardly rn Gaos pet eat JUft. Ka SAAS City, Mo., Nov. IX—In th* Kansas judicial district which lac!ados Barber, Harper and Comanche counties, McKay, th* farmers' Alliance candidate, wa* elect ad to the bauch. McKay u a farmer, ha* no technical He..wodge of the la a. na# never practiced law a day ta his Ilf ,    -*    SS never baa* adm trod to the I. Suicided ta Jail. raB KS, FI Rf (.CT COOR STOVE MADE Finn K A OE •» WARRANT!!. FGE (IV*'TEARS- A. HOF FM ANN, IOO and lot B. ftBCOND vt Broo! LTV, N. Y., Nor. if —Georg* W. Martin, n carpenter confined in Raymond Bt rest Inti on a charge of grand larceny stabbrd hunveil with a penknife. Th* last tin* th* desperate man piled th* knife until It entered his heart and he foil dead lo hieeelL Th* (teealatlen ta H ostia roe. Washington CITY. Nuv. IX—A telegram, dated Guatemala City, has been factored at the stat* department from Mr. Burner, United States in.luster to Central America, stating that a involution ie nos in progress is lh* capital of Honduras. Th* president of that republic has I we ti tin van from th* city, but ha to how cot Doting a force of troop, and ie expected, says the amitate*, to make a fight for th* recapture of the govern- Charged with Coexpire*/. New Tube. Nov. IX-Rh hard a Y'ouug, at Paterson. N. J., to a prisoner rn polio* headquarters awaiting transfer to Paterson a here bo will he triad for conspiracy. Young conc sued a scheme to obtain a divorce from bis nils. Her friend* ex paned the plot a d Young A d to Ctlifor-Tuesday he returned to toto city and I nlM- wa* cant ti red by the pollen Young was assisted In the conspiracy by his book ha par, Theodore W. Tovey, who la gow under arrest. Th# Youngs moved In fashionable society in Peterson. Wash eg O/erhoaeg aug Drowsed. FATHX! I- .ar, Qua, Nov. IX-Th# royal mail steamship Vancouver arrived Inward from liverpool Wednesday morning and reported that (’apt Linden, her commander, we* washed overboard and drowned on Friday morning last during a heavy storm whish swept th* decks dear Fearfully rough weather was ex per Booed, Aa (asea* Givi's Mash Alt CEU;AUO, Nor. IX- Mary Krtckaoo. a Swedish girl smpioyed by a family living on Greenleaf street, between forest nod Grant streets, attempted sa ic hi# by jumping from rn eaeon.l story window 8b* received no serious injuries trued * badly brute • t face. The girl * I i3* and Waa tass • • he <1"t**i,>.*ft •»    ■    I t'srielun-abaaasa, Kaw Yoke, Nov. IX—The many ad iutrers of KOI* Shannon, of th* Lyoenm Theatre block company, will be surprised to Dim that th* young lady ha* beau married. They will be more surprised when they learn the* th* marriage cera mony took place several mouths ago Mr. Henry Gay Carle ton, lbs author of ‘Th* Pemtwrtona” sad several other work# to to* kappy nun. A Victim of lbs Md. Dallas Tex., Nov. IX—Dominie Maxi-ana, an Italian, waa found dead Monday atght with a (us pl clo aa gash In hi* head. Tuesday night lf waa developed that he was as outspoken enemy of to# Mafia, »*** tka fraternity ro to!! lee Hooey Damage*. CH IC AO*., Nov. IX—A. J. 8 ton* Tuesday begun snit akamai Mr. and Mrs AI bart J. Knell foe WUU,OUI damage, to.- alleged slander, bemuse of statements mud* by Mr*. Knell, which ba .aye refloat upon hi* character bf insinuating that ha known more of i to murder of Million top- Snail titan be ha- ever mad* wa bile Died af HU Wee ad*. Mi DOLE** morn h, Kr , Nov. 1X-W. D. Howell, of Booneville, who we* shot on Saturday by Granville Simouda, a desperate moonshiner of this city, died I u«*uay (tom th* effect* of big wounds Th* murderer we. root a rod sad coof sarod. There ay* fairs of lynching. -THE OM.T PERFECT— Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove lr HA* KYKItY MODEItN IMPI' 'VKMKXT. Aud for Homily of finish, id i ailing, Porfei Uon of Opsrauon. mw purity and DuraUUIty, tm* ms I rs eminent Mad*. . amaoabaeea t a*ovs am aff* PITTS & HAMILL FALL SUITS. I AM NOW KEADY TO tt REISH EVERY MAX IV ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MAUK rpm LOTH a pi El JU TLI. ESPECIALLY FOH j PALL, WBIAR. CU',’ IN THE MOST PTYLlfiH MANNEH, -<g. 'Witti Perfect P’it, AND At Figures that will Please JAIL H. O. G. Moritz, Julius H. Raible Recliner, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. Na. 116 FhmUl entire atleuUoa Having removed toy business to my uew building bttwtfif! Plata and Belle Stretti, I shall devote my to Ute WHOLESALE SALES Of all kinds jf Wines and Liquors. where all DEALERS to ibvir Interest to Purchase their Supplies at will fKt I* Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Largest and ever brought to Ibm meat KsUblialied. Most Select Stock at City—uu baud,—and a Call and Examine. Fine WINES and LIQUORS complete Bottling Depart- Julius H Raihlp ^ Fourth, bet. JUIIUbn. Ital LHB,gene and Piasa sis TALL GOODS! ANDTHKE LOT Off CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES, AND JI AT EECklVEO FOB KALL^’^AR. frui un ot ALAO Cloth for Overcoat* M \ BOB FUA A* v HIH BORCKMANN. ;