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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois %ALTON DAILY LEGR A PTI VOLUME 30. ALTUN, ILL.. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17. 1800. VT/\ INI VZ. I 4 Av iiu OUTBREAK of 8TU0ENT8. President Bogran in Possession of the Capital. REBEL LEADERS IN A BAD BOX. Kifirhra’a Only diane* of E*np« Is it Xtak* m Hor I lr, or Ile Will Hr co mr a Prisoner In lh* President, Which Meant Heath for Hlm-Ltlwi Dctallt of th* Out break In lit u it u rat—Hog ran It Confident. PAPETERIES, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Nor, IT.—Tbs rebellion, bended by Gen. Longinus Ssnche*. is practically ended. The retro-Intionary fores bas been uttsrly routed They Compel an Unpopular President Resign Hit OIH es. Ottumwa, Iowa, Nor. IT.—The cornin suer meat jut! closed at Ames college hasbeen a series of outbreaks on the part of tbs st im lent* which Friday culminated in the re* I ens t ion of President Chamberlain, who ha* been eery unpopular. Four weeks ago thrliterary societies of the college panned amendments to their constitutions debarring Greek fraternity men from becoming me hi liers of the societies; the fraternity men withdrew and organised another society. The other societies then unanimously adopted resolutions protesting against the granting of a room to the new society on the ground that it was essentially a secret ate isty. " Moiled " lh* Met Ilion. Secret societies tieing forbidden by tbs J KIA AND PARNELL The Celebrated Divorce Brought to Trial. Case COAL A SENSATIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT. "(intel fee Reopnndeal Hss Ne Intention Ie Cr aa*. K» a tit I ii* Witnesses, and That He Will Nut Par- State* Tm Ho L r aa*-1 Will J tlelpatv In th* Preceeding*—Prraven-Hen of Human Cat holla* la th* Weal. •rn Proviso**—Tarot ga Plash**. Ixia DOK, Not IT -Tbs O’Shea divoros •ult cams up for trial la tbs d I yore* court Saturday, Mr Justice Butt pre- by the army which President Bogran has I    »*»«•    resolutions    were    presented    I u* il *. *p*,5’i*1 iurJ h*‘l b**n llu’ lu»A»n ess r.irt I aa MalWeai*.. ---     I    IO    tbs    board    of    trustees    The    literary    so    Ph°*'l*d    to    try    the    case cistic* refused to silo The Famous Gillit-pio Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any ot the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In West. the (BOX PAPER J •Cr FINE LINEN STATIONERY I0T Put up in Urge wb'te envelope*, IO sheets our best stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only velope. Also: assorted, of 10c per Kn ikT* Ooe quire boxen, containing 24 Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelope* to- match. Oifly 25c per box. IBF These Select and Superior Writiug Papers, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popu lar shades: WHITE, CREAM, FEIC ll, RIM RUS IRISH BOND, ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE. Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN md POPULAR prices, although all Papeteries have advanced from IS lo 25 per cent. ESC Give these Goods a trial and you will And that they are eonndeiaillt) less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality. C. J. Degrenhart, 101 and. 108 Third st., Alton, III. IF YOU NEED bren rapidly gal hr ring from all portion* of the country ar. his headquarters at Tamara, ond ba is In full possession of the Capital City, with the exception of one barrack, where the remnant of the defeated army is cin*eiy imprisoned. If any of the rebel leaders escape death it will be through the clemency of the prest-: dent. The president, with bis army, marched upon the capital from Tamara I *    driving in att the scouts and the I advance guard* and closing lo on the I pickets of the Hunches forces. At turn* the skirmishing was very bloody. Ambushes were frequent and effective, owing to the brush-covered country aiding such movement*. Sharpshooters alto did good service for Bogran, picking off (be enemy'* soldiers in large numbers. Sandies'* Troop* Rooted. The skirmishing wa* kelt up uutii after nightfall, aud neither side lighted Are at night. At daybreak Saturday Bogran, with perhaps, ^fluo so diem, advanced upon the capital. Hunches had all the approaches guarded wab artillery, which did effective work Three pieces commanded the main highway to Tamara, with a large rr*arv« of Infantry In the rear. Thi* position was charged several time* by liogrart’s force* before it was carried. Hunches’* troop* were at last, after bani fighting, routed end took refuge in the capital. 1 he fight we* continued in the street* with varying success** for several hour*. Street after street was c et red by Bogren’s forces, and th# barrack* which taal Frid ly f«.| into the baud* of Hunches were recaptured oue by one. Tile loss ao far ha* tiara very heavy ors both aide*. Bogian lr now practically taunter of the situation, as he baa Sanches and hia army surrounded in one of the barrack*, which ie now being bombarded by solid shot and shell. a*in hog la a Mad Fit. Handier,’* only chance of eacepe la to make a sortie, lf he does not he will he come a prisoner to toto president, which mean* not aions bis death but that of all bi* leaders and mauy coking*. Bogran has already taken many prisoner*. Th# city is badly wrecked by shells end the Inhabitants, men, women, sad children, are thorough y terrorised. Harrilla* remained entirety neutral during tbs trouble. The telegraph Hoes ar* in th* hands of Bogran, but be baa accorded their use to The Tribune for the purpose of giving th* information of hia victory to the world Before long the capital will surely be in the hands of the president, and the brief rebellion cf Gen. Hunches will bo only a matter of history, except, per-hafts, the executions which will most surely follow the unsuccessful attempt to overturn the government m m ber* of th* other society to gradotte with them, .several man-meetings of the i Indent* were beld and the action of the president of (ho college was condemned In the i speared strongest term*. The feeling against the president WH* *o Intense that on Huuday last two-thirds of the (tutor c av* with • bout two- fifths of the yon tiger das* men bolted the i nccalaoreate sermon. The f board of trustees, it la undersold, took I auth a view of the matter that President Chamberlain resign* I Friday. THE NATIONAL W. C. T. U. Serum! Bay,* Session of the S*v«ataenih A ii ii iial < on vent Ion. Atlanta, Cia, Nov. I*.—The second day’s srssh'u of th* National Woman’* Ihristlan Temperance Union was unmarked by any Important action, lle-fM*rt* of department superintendents occupied the larger part of th* morning session, show lug most eat ouraging progress dining the |M*t year. Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, delivered a brief addre«< to the convention. An invitation wa# pre tented lo the convention by Mr* Dr. u*r-den, of Boston, on behalf of th* ladies of that ci'y to hold next year’s convetton therein W-morjr of Tem per anet- Worker*. After ti e rec*** for In neb the annual mon nary meeting wan beld and ad dre**e* delivered in memory of the rmi neat temperer* worker* who have The coart room wa* densely crowded with relatives and friend* of the parties to the -ult and a throng of curious spectator* Messrs Clarke, Inderwtrk. Lewis and Coward av counsel for the plaintiff Capt. O 8he«, while th* respondent, Mrs O Mica, wa* represented by Messrs Lockwood and Pritchard. Mr. McCall was present to take charge of the Interest* of Mrs bt cele, sister of Mr* O’Shea Mr. I’arite 11 was neither present nor represented by counsel when the court opened. and the only prominent person connected aith the case a* a principal precut wa* Capt. O'Hhv i A Sensational A ■inouiirriiir tit. Counsel for the respondent, Mr* O’Hbea, Mated that It wa* not hi* intention to cr-** examine any wituea* or call witness OO the part of his client, aor should he participate In the proceeding*. An immense sensation wa* caused by fbi* announcement a* the act loo of th* defense condemn* Mr. Paruoli to very heavy cost*. Hie (nurse putsuvd by Mr. Lockwood, of counsel for Mr*. O'Hhea, in abandoning ail intention to either croee-exxndns or call wit on behalf of the defense ha* very materially altered th* position of the fantod* rase. Mr Clarke, of counsel for Capt. O’nhea, in calling attention to t ic cheated complexion of affair*, acid tfist the prosecution foun I itself hi court with neither re-eponden* or co-re*p md* it to perticipate In the cmd an ar * defease HARD COAL In all hIzch. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed, pas-** d away during th* (aet year. Tbb I* fee pan aa to a ff'«| rn by Mr. Justice Bet includes Mr* Margaret Bright Luca*, of Euglena; Mr*. orgia Huts* Mc’ Umd, of Maryland; Mi** Julia T homas. of New York. and Lucian Adams fi ig-ara, of lilinoi*. Th* night a**eion wa* devoted to the work aud interv-ts of voting wwnvn Hunday afternoon Mr*, lxiui** H. G Rd It ll (la pee* idem of the Illinois union, deliver-d the annual err mon, aud wa* fell- wed by a lf (pel tem pc ranee im. et log The delegate* are Ie log hiwp.tably rnterta tied by the local friends of temprranee. •bd tee Spot led th* Mill. CIXCIXXATI, Ohio. Nov. 17 -About half-poet i c clock Saturday tic ming the p«dic* surrounded a saloon on East Fourth street very near tbs Hammond Htreet Police station, to rapture the priu •Ipal* *»d spectators of a four-ounce kl v# fight in prog re es In a re rn over the is loo a. Four rouuo* bul been f*.light The point Butt, Mr. Clarke said that the oouusai fir the p.aiuuff bal been u,table to find the’ Mf on* wa* ta court to appear for Mr Parnell, aud that the suit would the e fore »e*m to be undefended. O’Mi** I hat leased fur Hr 11. Continuing, Mr Clarke said that uot withstanding the ducitoe of th* defvu«-to prucevd, he uev. rtbel #* fell it Bed-* »<ry to prove the strength of bi*’s Cise by the presentui--ut to th* court <4 tent rrl leu tv Tnt respondent, Mr Carks said, had made awee plug count r «hn (es aglint her bu .baud, alleging cruel y, connive tire and adultery-i hr latter offense having. she affirmed b«#u endured during a pertol covering sewral years. Her pie* wa*, counsel fur the prosecution clanned, almost tanto mon ne to a mn fess mo Cape. O’Hbea woald, counsel asserted, easily prove til* u (truth of ait the defendant a lege I-and especially the charge of e-naivaac* la her infidelity. It would DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street.9 T KI,MPJ ION K H4 AND SI. THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COAL, COKE OR WOOD. were in complete control of th* situation j **•” •* ‘bown that when Cape it sit*a — A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Hand**, Good Cough Ny nip, Perfumed CoHnioline, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, -o— OO TO —o— MARSH’S DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK to tho MOST COMPLETE ever Drought lo A Ro a. Wa oaii abow you Something New aa often aa you call in: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussel* Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. INT CURTAINS: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Fortier. _    „    IN RUGS: lur Coquette,    Smyrna A Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies like U> ae* the Ne ar aet and Fit leat lo Hottae Decorations. Th* Kasiest way to aet? them to to Call frequmUy at our **tahltohmeitl, whether you wtoh to buy or not. Th* He** Hall Muddle. New York, Nov. 17.—This is the fourth day of the meeting of th* baa* ball mag •ates, and aa yet statement* regarding tim Kvttlvmvnt of the big bae* ball muddle ar* aa contradictory as ever. Th* Player*’ league people had a meeting in th* Bt, Jam«* hotel Friday night that luted until nearly I o’clock In th* morn tng. What transpired at the confervae-tho** participating refuse to stat* Th* National league people state that only two league* MTW left in th* Players’ league, the Boston and Philadelphia clubs. The Players' Iva*tie people say they ar* in fine condition and will continue th* fight next Seaton. Til* National league con vt af loo returned work at noon. aud mptared Thorne* Burke, ooe of the principals, and about flfty of th* sped* tora. liy this tim* a trap door leading tc the roof wa* discovered by th* beira* uvred initiate*, and Michael Gillespie, th* other principal, aud about seventy firs spectator* escaped in that way. first beard of th* intimacy of his wit* with the corespondent, Mr. Parnell, k.-promptly challenged that gentleman to a duel. The prosecution would prove be yond cavil the com rn ism on by the defend ants to the suit of continuous act* of adultery, it would show that, under the tome of “r-mtth," Mr. Parnell had vittle I bt* client's wife ar th* Bedford square rvsidei ce. -tux only pKKrErrand Wood Cooking Stov« Mad#. Combined Coal lr HAU MVKK1 MI II lf. UN I MBK YKMKNT. ___ of I astint. Perfection of open‘ion, etui punty and Durability, this Blegn ut'glove i re eifilnvnl__ PITTS <fc HAMILL, “ And for beauty ef finish, aute *bh« A gentil. foreign miscellany. Lees It un re. Leas Wag**, PlTTimt HU. Pa, Nov. IT.-At a meeting of tee Master Builders association of Allegheny county, a resolution aas adopt *d pledging Itincnbin to stand together mid oppose any proposition of their em ploy VS in th* a; ring looking to a reduction in th* present work lug hours wit boat a corresponding dt minutiae of wages. Th* action excited •oneida rat-!* comment among Ute journeymen Friday It is claimed that sd the »,OW employes engaged In th* building I of Naples to Bertin bepaid especial trades of this county to,uh) are member* tonUoa to Mar* .ret, and ii of the union anti Will stand together for the eight hour movement. Th# Fr Ieee af He pie'* Pie***. I/(ti POM, Nov IT -The Princess Margaret Beatrice Theodora, whose betrothal ti th# Prince of Naples, heir to th* lo roue pf Italy, la announced, la the youngest of the family of th* late Eta paver Frederick, having Wa bom in UTX Daring the late visit of th# Prior* Wl*hl**a Hay* Mean a Ms* la KEMf?. AMX A Utkin, Sow IT.—There fat little abatement of the excitement caused by the death of Student Dennison na a result of th* student militia riot, Six town boy* have already been arrested charged with having participated in the row that led to th* murder. The town boys showed their di ..^probation of Mayor Mauley’s action bv hanging him la effigy. It ,i» (spirted that warrant* for th* arrest of twenty boys|an l student* have been Issued. The coroner's inquest baa resit ltd in securing maw of very contradictory evidence and tit* end will not be reached for mw-era! day* •He Gat Away THU Tim*. Coli gam. Ind., Nov IT.-Mise Emma Bright!^Id eloped Friday morning with James F. Edwards, a Cincinnati drum mer. This young lady had mad* two previous attempt* lo eio;*, bat was overtaken by ber relative* This tim* ah* wa* closely pursued by her father, but the couple arrived at the residence of a minis tar just a few minutes before her father, and th* ceremony was completed when Mr Bright field appeared no the scene. Doubt I... Delayed by Mural. NEW VORK, Nim IT-Th* Friesland, of the Red Bier fleet, ic three day* overdue from Anteerp. She has aboard Iii Amt cabin passenger*, IIT atcoad cabio passenger*, aud *40 steerage passenger*. She left Antwerp on Nos I Bp* usually makes the trip in eleven days The agents of the line bere say they art not at ad troubled over the Fr ie viand’* lung ray ag* They say she bae doubtless been de layed by storms. Later—The steamship Friesland of th* amil] Hod Mer line, reported three day* over due from Antwerp, arrived late Saturday afternoon was reported at the time tbs* th* at ten ti nu aer* net litsagrweabiH ad bar to th* princes* or bar brother, th* emperor Tim ai non nee meat that they are to be married create• therefore, no great surprise ta lean cir oles. PAL,!. BUTTS. I AM HOW HEAGY TO rt’HMieil BY Kit ■’ MAX IX ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADS rX'lM /LOTUS piKLKCTBD ESPECIALLY Full J FAIjIj WEiAR cir; ix the Motrr stylish max* bk, m XVitfcL Perfect Pit, AXD At Figuro* that will Please J All. HOWELL. •toaetlee ta Paver af Wad* Hteytw. WAkuixerox City, Nov 17 -Cougrwse-man Cothran, of Mouth Carolina, who to to the city, say* that a reaction la favor of Senator VV ade Hampton has aet in, and that be will be returned lo the senate. “If the Ms-heil ticket bait won," said Cath ran, “th* A11 tau c e members of the legislature being in th* majority would certainly bars made Tillman United Blate* #*-n >t >r Now there ie a atroug feeling for Hampton." An Aster's Narrow Kinyn. H8t. torte, Nov. lf.—.Stuart Hobson had a narrow escape from death th* oth«r day He was traveling in a sleeper from Indianap die to CinctunatL Mr Kob»<»u Was Mate I near th* front of the ear but •banged hts sea* and took ooe acrose th* atole He had scarcely <i m* to wins a bullet cra*h«d through th* window -In front of which he had b**n sitting aud patted right thr ugh the heck of the seat he had occupied Had he remained where he wa* he would have inevitably beeo ■hot. Persecuting Ko in so Cathode* to* pox, Nov. 1T.—A bitter persecution of Honan Catholic* to lo tho western provinces af Russia. The gov arn men t of Kieff baa order**! that no n * Roman Catholic churches shall be built, and that churches already siandmg •l-all not h repaired Many churches ate by th* suiborttie* »o th* pre)ex1 of tieing out of repair and dangerous Pi ted* have been warned not to seek to mike convert, from the Greek orthodox rel.gton and D ominican monk* hive hern expelled from Uetrog. H. G. G-. Moritz. Aw Es-id us at t nMswyttffs I BRLIX. Nov. IT.—There t» a rtmarka-hlr no*iu« of consumptives from the r« norm on the shores of th* Mediterranean b- Berlin, and the bot*Is are ailing fast w th sock tiers -na A large number rf American physician# have also given oo t»c« of their lute (turn to he present on lh* occasion of Dr. Koch’s lecture >a Nov. n Julius H. Raible Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. •ays th* Letter Is e Lie, Tom)VTO, Can , Nov, IT, -Dean Wade, Birchair* spirit a it adviser, speaks freely <*•! Will Try th* Wort slut*. Bint is, Nov. IT —A mas* me*'lug of overworked clerks was held here Krial which it was resolved to plena THE ITX EXT HK A1 LB. Radiant Home. TIII BBXT KARD CU AI HACK KC KUTH. Superior. nil hum »*ki:rkit c<kik stove make pike MAC tut w KUK IX TED PUM UVE YE AMB. A reality Eats Teleled Baesag*. I TEBBX iiAl’TK. Iud f Sow IT -Carl Meyer, bls wife and ala sons at* a can af te nted p rh a*usage far cupper Aa hour later they were taken with convulsion* but were unable to alenu their neighbor* until midnight, when thstr cries were heard and physician# •-urn rn on rd Th* two yiiungrot son* ar* (Nit ;of danger nod the others may recover Th# «u ig# wan prepared before the pork be * hi'M aud feriiieutatioa had aet ta, ta. * * t very pot connu*. about th* letter glean to Guard Percy by bn i,all dated the l&ih instant, denying that be made a confeaatoa to say nae. Mr Wade says the letter to a lie, and wheu hr first taw it he gars no hope* of the man repenting. The inference to that fireball roof eased to th* clergy man. Dan Wade refused to read the Church of England burial service, and simply said a prayer at Birch*!!’* grave theiuiM-lves aider th* tutoring*- of th* Moitaiisls in th*- hope of Iwttvrlug then ruudit.on Made Idle by ta* Wind. LH BUX, Nov. IT —A Lurru aue at Newry Friday stopped e rk in the Dromslan* sptonii'g iii I lie making 1.4*) person* idle Ai Kl > keel a {der iu con re* of erect u-o was destroyed Having removed my buemeee to my uew building No. 116 Fourth, between Pitta and Belle Stretto, I ebxll devote my entire et teuton to the WHOLESALE SALES Of mil kinde jf Wines and Liquors, where all OE ALI RS to their Interest to Pun baee their Supplies et will fl» I I* Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Largest and Most Select Stock of Fine WINES and LIQUORS ever brought to thin < tty-— on fiend,—end a complete Bottling Depart* •uent Kate hushed. Coll and Examine. II. A. HOF FU ANN, IOO and lot B. SECOND HT •tat*sa**a Profiting Tti*n*«*tve«. (Hiunix. u T„ Nov. 17-A Wit baa hern in trod un-d. and passed mo house making it criminal libel for a newspaper to even last oat# anything aga.oat a meu ch tractor, whether It to • feet or cee WTaet Damage* lev Iii* Tlaga Duster. Bt rf *Di, X Y, Nov IT,—Pa para Lev* bern aerved aa Bright Bros. proprtei VV of th* (btwia* Oil w -rka af this city, in a suit begun by th* Union Steamship •nm pan y to Cm over OSb.UUi < la rn agr* -too.UU) f-.r the Injury to th- propeller Ti* oga ie SU explosion in th* part of Chi cage thta HIM* aud OAMAX) frat iffag*. Til* Claim ut baaed rn lh* lf ad mat Bright Bros. shipp-1 a qua r I naphtha on th* Tiuga un tor the .me of oil Bad that it wa* improperly UG « I Manifesto* al PartMgaroa ItsArsts 14*Bon, N«iv 17 —A ftopubilccn maut frsto, signed by tm student a of Coimbra university, ba* twva issued in thi* city Julius H. Raible,Bet anTpiate'' (reed Hayetutid Lunrlin with Karrlaea. Washixqtox City, Nov. IT.- Creed liaymond, af California, lunched with th* preaideut Friday. Mr. Hay aloud wa* th* leader of th* Calif- Min -it legation to th* (onveutioa whit t ii >- dilated Proaideut ll.irrtson. Hots **..*#! for th. Cent re! Pacific railroad. JC JLI JU and Piasa sts GOODS! A cuMtiuua ta KurcsrU I tigs,it. W ICUI TA. Ran. Nev It. —Col. W K. Hutch: ti*, an Allison* rn nu in th* south we*?. announced himself Friday ae a candidate to *uoread Ingah*. Ha baa quito • following ta thU part of th# ateto Will Msrry a T*«u*m* visa. Wa att I.Mi YOX Cm*, Nov IT—It toss* umui .**<i th it the m*ni«4* of Mise Mildred I uil-r, daught -r of lh* chief jo* tic*-, to Mr Hugh Walton* of Tacoma, w.U uke plan* lu Waahingtoa New Vear'c Dar- moihbk urn rn CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES, ANO JUST BBCBIVtD POE A. Ie L* WK AH. AJAO A PIV! IJ M3 UP Cloth for Overcoat!* POK PALI. AMD WUTTKE. £. L. BORCKMANN. .. . _ I .    *    .A,..    *    ..    i    , ... j*. jl. ;