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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                p TV ALTON DAILY ELEGBAP TUESDAY MAliOH BY A Disastrous Conflagration at A LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL Dp Enos for the BOTH MEDICAL and j TTnlon i A SOLARIUM Wly personal attention FOB THE BEOEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED Senator MnMlllnn One of the Heavies Firemen Serlounly Hurt by Fulling of the The Total lrfsii Estimated tinnmsd 1y a ttou at March largest conilngnvtlon that has been soon lu Detroit sinco the great flro which destroyed Kerrys house in raged horo Saturday and was not extinguished until prop erty worth had boon swept away and two firemen injured by foiling 8 nntor Jamus McMillans flvostory build at the corner of Casa and Congress was and a largo amount of valuable property owned by various man ufacturing companies which occupied the structure Every floor of the groat building was filled with highly inflam mable and tho haat was so intense that the flremeu had groat difficulty in keep ng within fighting Hurt by Falling The flames originated in the engineroom and darted through to the through th open hatchways of the freight When the heat had moderated somewha firmneu approached more but Uttl ooulti be done except to save tho adjolnln Without warning one of th walls gave way and bricks were hurled among the Two who wer quite close to the were seriously Others were struck by flying but none of them were badly Hugo sparks from the McMillan building were carried groat distances by the high and for a time it looked as though a vast amount of proporty would be de Senator McMillans Two dwollfns the First Congrega tloual Church nml tho Scottish Rite Cathe dral the latttr two bkclcs caught bat were Senator McMillans less on tao burn d Iniliduigs is covered by Wiliiatft Wright decora lose and have insurance ol about half this The Hunt Chair Com pany loses Other losses will bring the total destruction of property up to nearly Crockery IVaro House KAKSAB March an early hour in the morning fire was dlscov ered in tho fourth floor the ware house of the Crockery The fir had gained such a strong headway that the flre department was unable to extinguish could do was to prevent it spreading to tho adjoining The ware house and contents were wboUy Uho loss is estimated at fully The origin of the fire is un Conflagrationnt March de throestory brick stores in thia TUo losses are Eswell loss on on Clothing fully McGulro Other losses will makethe aggregate Insurance ta than Several firemen were Injured by falling but none A Paul Hotel Bt Maron Commercial hotel of South Bt the great stock yards suburb of this was destroyed by flrovat 2 oclock in the Peter I was badly injured by be ng struck on the head with a heavy valise I thrown horn a The building was a total but most of the contonte were Lumber Burned NBW March destroyed a lame portion of the lumber yard Wateon 1 ftPflttluger and the stebles of R Philp I and Thomas Redding to South Broofc I entailings loss of Tbe nod KBW March London special says A letter is said to have been shown to tbo by tho chief of police at Mosoow him that on March 18 the czarina anJ tho will meet cerhtin and ttmt no power on earth Oan avert THE TWIN rroiinnltlrtii for Tholr Advancement Mtulo by Henry March Vll lard has Instructed of to Bay to tho Paul union that If the Twin Cities will plate at his disposal he will isauo stock to them for the same and make this the leading manu facturing center in the Must Pull But tell both Paul and Minneapolis said that it will bo impossible for me or any one else to accom plish a result untets the Twins pull together in perfect It there is usyand bickering between them It will Tighten away capital which otherwise would be drawn and I shall nothazard my to say nothing of in Tho are phenomenal and there are wry good reason why thoss two cities must begin at once to pull together and to pull H they do not do this they may lose their and this would be an incalculable Proceedings in Both Branches of THE BILLS PASSED IN THE An Appropriation of for a CltySUU A Finely March The members of American Association of Ghmaral Passenger and Ticket Agents who to f hold their meeting in the City of Mexico on the 18th lett this city at 10 oclock In what is probably the finest equipped train in the It comprises eight two dining cars and an vation is buled throughout and is lighted by degtrlc Ity and heated by the train used for the first Stops will be ferent cities in where wrangementB have been made to entertain toe ani In the capital the geneiat wil pay them especial The part number more than 100 The Deoeiwea VflKt fitter Mareh ItThere Is apparently prospect of a compromise betweenthe friends of the deceased wifes stater and the members whose efforts to extend its pro visions in previous sessions proved fa tal to the The promoters of We bill still hold that they are pledgednotto ajrreoto ita extensions to cases of marriage with a deceased tnubands brother and on tho other hand McDaren and his friends are resolved to rutw this whatever may be the effect on Uio prospecte Of Hie They will discuss the point inithe debate on the second and will after ward raise it formally by an instruction to the She Weighed Maroh funeral Misa Lizzie Kramer took place from the res idence of her brother Frank in this The young lady was the heaviest woman liv ing in All the ot to family are of heavy including father and but Miss Lizzie was larger few any two of her five stalwart HOT coffin was 6 feet 9 inches long 85 inside 8even strong men found it a difficult task to put fej body in tne Miss Lizzie was of a very re tirine disposition and seldom was seen on the She was teken 111 Thursday and died Friday night Burrows Got the Best of March detec tive named Jackson went to Lamar county several weeks ago disguised as a foot ped dler for the purpose of locating Rubo Bur the famous Ho started alone after to the hills where Burrows was to be Nothing more was seen of him until last when Ms dead body was found in the woods riddled with He had evidently been dead five or six It is supposed that Jackson was murdered by Burrows or his Struck Against March ItThe switchmen em ployed in the Northwestern Railroad yards here are on a and the road officials are doing their own The tronbto arose from the refusal of the company to discharge an obnoxious foreman is In the TiUilboe Not 80 WallOne of Fliyxiolnns Predicts HU W AS March the senate Monday Stanford offered a resolution In ih committee on finance to in qulro what relief may bo tu nished by the Government for tho existing agricultural depression Tho bill appropriating 000 for a public building at Suit Lake City was The bill providing for an inspection of meats for prohib it the importation of adulterated articles of food or And authorising the presi dent to make ircsmotlbn certain and for other tuken from tne calendar and discussed until 3 when it ww laid aylda the bill was taken Begins In favor of the bill In tho Tbe house concurred in senate resolution providing senate and house oom Bttteeson immigration jointly investigate the workings ol the federal and slate laws relative to immigration from foreign coun tries The resolution was amended direct Si tho committee to investigatei the effect on American worktngnwn which to likely to follow purchase of American tadustiies byforeign capitalists also to re port to congress the official cormpondence in the propowl to make Bodloes Now York immigrant depot bill wiis passed increasing to a month the w granted to Horace The consideration of business the District of Columbia was tbeu proceeded Building Lots Corner Maitf and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fiitft feBt to one hundred feet and thirtylfrpntVaUvery deep from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and lots in different parts of the Call and see i xi M Si TAULBEE IS Bis Beath Predicted by One of His Phy WABHINOTON March II Tbe condi tion of oxGongreaiiumn Tauibao is worse ttiauithaabcwn at eny time since he was wounded by Correspondent of the physicians statd thnt there WBH ab solutely no hope and that death WHS ALWAYS AHEAD With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business I Imve Eeceivea a Large Stecfc of BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest in he Market jMll A FINER AND BETTER SYRMA at ithe Tho Citizens of Alton and Vicinity are to and Examine Se I am not atoM of V Br the strike to other FrtWrr Maroh who wos indicted with Jonhij Kendetoh for tbo Ot her MdMdfobn at Pottrtown last by with Milk cell Kendoroih was bta acquit grow very1 der his Royal gome Pernicious March jjvvAOf and to Call on the rescue of tho Dyimrolte In the for KntwmbeU March ILThe Fatlwr of con ducted the requiem mass celebrated in be balfof theVntombed miners the south W Ikcsbarre at 6 oclock Monday morSngtatlwWk Marys Catholic The which were of a most wlemn and impressive were attended by about llroaeh of PromliM March broach of tho Circuit Court by the award of m favor of the complainant WuUain a wealthy and Roswma Brown weroto have been married but the Wve groom fled before the nuptial id since been heard ot Mr Toultwe ia unconsolous and hia pu w Is growing Tim physi cians have discovers that small i at the of his brolu wore by bullet and it is makes what seemed to be an almost hopoiew paso even to physic still OH butheadmits tlmt Taulbeu Is gradually j growing The Worlds Fulr WASUISOTON March a final conference between the Chicago detection and the subcommittee of the house tce on the worlds fair Illation at Wash ington the worlds fnlr bill was completed and will bo placod before full committee provides that tte mauagemontof Heopning bovesUd In u national of two uiouiburs from each a are to be nominated by their gov rnorsand appointed I president Harri such committee to be divided as to the The selection of a Site and all other for the Snandal and are to be left to the control of Chicago I Fastest Time on WASHINGTON March spe cial train by tho Pennsylvania Railroad company to Manager Pal mer to convey lite Anut Jnck company SomNew York to made the the two cities In four hours and mtauUnh the fastest time on record ffvThouw and thirteen minutes be ng the bit Palmers com took dinner at the Arlington and wntto Opera where OVER 700 KINDSI AMD THROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL HATBBS AKD Wand Stoves Builders Hardware a I have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in THE AND IT FURTHER order to keep hj tougw us to send our ftiilbdr ood Copy of thia bo sent to THB Wtf plucKH w hoy Sir lloger Failed to LONDON March noml The Monk Tproom March three and A Hundred Mluew r Maroh explosion has oo Mom OoUtory One hundred miners niin Over and March on the tracks of tue wai horribly Are Mighty Onsartin Nw HooUlon nuprenw A Maroh jr the taultJrfbut to what amount ta not now def initely alarfre and distinguished After the performance tho company returned to reaching that city In time for the Order of the Iron WABKIKOTOH March conyen tion of the order of Kesher Shell or Iron one of the leading Jewish socie ties In this began bore with a full attendanoa of The which a memberBblp of meeta onw ta the last convention being held In Officers were elected as Hmon Wolf vice Mosw Oreenbttum Joseph and Jacob Trust UwU Abra namsand U 1 Wolf made an adOrees In wuich IK a urlon of the eight Juwlsh iioorat benevolmt in the United Illinois tut March moot of Republican buro Saturday G prtoMont of the Fann Mutual Benefit offerjd m were declaring that itovo uiu torllT for neceesary revenue wZwwto far vorof AmerlcAU and and oto a home market for American farw ml that the increasing of our borne option through a national protective tUe only of hope for AmerloftU fay on FORT Mardi Floss Telephone nooo of Llneuln Witt j March Robert United HtoteV Mlnlrter to d the tUtBuint tlmt be Intends erty part GUABANTBEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete G 100102 Three Irom March Stoves   

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