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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois AJLTON Big New York Firm Goes A STATEMENT BY THE Ends that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SRSSfSi their medical advisers intervalB of seve ralho is w h and the surrounding are free SSSS by the Second street horse adSnto be A LARGE SOLARIUM iafly personal attention Ho WnJiiin Tlmfc CreftHors Can Only Temporary If They Aio So Cntue of tho Atdlbutoil to Overntl vanoeR nnil In Value of Yoik of NEW March announce ment of tho failure of tho big dry goods houHO of Plummer and 847 cruttted a big stnsitlon among the trails this Ootnlhgso Closely Upon tho failure of Harbison Loder last week the cltact was even more pro The employes of the ftrm flrsl heard of the failure about A little later it was known on the street that Mr John Plummer had made an indivldua and flrm assignment tho beuoflt of the firms creditors to Jeremiah the firms Tho firm is composed of John F Albert and Will lam The only preference made was one in favor of Choate Sc Bea man for The Assignees In tha statement made by the he said that he hoped that the firms liabilities would not prove to be much over The assignee said further The assignment is due principally to depre ciation in the valuo ot the goods tne firm bad on hand and which they hod been carrying for some When they realized the pos itionthey were in they made every effort to eb but found it was and so they made an osfighnment Plummer is the personification of honor and a competent They hope the wiU be only temporary and that they will be ablu to It JMyo with the AH tho creditors concerned can make the suspension only temporary if that the firm can The about which amount is for borrowed money and the balance is due lo manufttcturars and for trust money deposited with the firm bj relatives and There is not a great deal of tms trust and it is a family matter prin Tho assets nominally are a untie larger than the The assets con aist of outstanding accounts and wme val uable real estate owned by John ifrium min the trade tha liabilities ore reportedto be und nominal assets at 000 The cnuso of the failure is attributed In the trade principally to chiefly in their satinets accounts and com plications arising from tho old firm of Stoney whose business John Plummer ASSAULTEPtHE Uosperate Attempt Jail Delivery March occurred In the jail at this While turnkey Blab was in the he wai struck over the head with a mop by a con vict who had been at scrubbing Blair fell and set Upon by irtee prison who kicked him into Se curing ths keys he tile prisoners let looso twenty others Into tho but tw tho doors were all locked on the outside the convict could not got They raced ibouttho corridor like oaeod throw Ing themselves in a body against the Hut all to no avail A second turnkey stood outsldo tho main gate with a revolver and tbreateuod to slioot through tho but tho prisoners paid no attention to the throat Mid endeavored to wrench the door oft iw OnvC tip Fight In a short time the police arrived arid en ferod the when the convicts gave upana tonght refuge in thoir Baneath the ilck In one fellows bed was found a key to toe main but It was of no ris Withe ioorsare locked on the Blair has rix terrible wounds In bis and It Is thought ho will The men who commit Jed the assault are Powers ana who recently burglarized Bishop Lewis iouse and a few days later appeared at a fancy carnival dressed In his recently im ported A Beautiful Girl Shoots self ftt Her ildin lots THE INDIANAPOLIS ntlble Condition of a Wotoiln Butband Is In the Bninsi March rThe board 61 Inspectors ordered to examine the buildings on either side ot the ruliw of tfceBowen Merrill building have decided that the Wes son and Sloan blocks have to be torn down and preparations are being made to do The rear half of the Becker block yet stand Ing will be pulled down tad it HOUNDED TO DEATH BY A Aoung Hires and Up and Oown the Street and When In Vrunt at Hie Won BevoWer tonil SltooU Her MU TUrottcH the Letter to Ilor March beautiful youiig lady ttilvlnj handaome bluuk horso hitehed to a siylUhlooUtaRtop butfiry was at an arty hour In the driv ing up and down Chicago street Whenever the met fan acquaintance she would smlleaud bow Iwr acknowledgement of When opposite tho opera house an i near en trance to Hotel Monroa the damsel was seen to rein her horse and She then leaned forward mvl picked up a pasteboard bos from the bottom of the opened took out a and with all the cool ness possible and without signs of ox placed tho mnzrie her left breast Her arms flaw up to the air fee foil forward in tho the revolver dropped into tho The horte instebd of being alarmed at the raport of the Qolver turned toward tho stopped iUrectly m front of the Hotel Won Throutfh the A number ot cltteans Tiwhad toward toe buggy and one was time to oaten the Tiqita she was about to pitch bead first Into the street Sue was deposited oa a lounge in the hotel and a hasty ttoh showed that she was shot directly ila OornerMain and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Mton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size fifty feet to one hundred feet and all very from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats iti Over 100 Hotises and Lots in flarts of the Call and see FOR THE BEOBPTION OF For further information address ENDS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla i RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED Ing win DO puiieu thought that when it falls the Slain Mock will tumble Mayor Sullivan has de cided that all buildings supposed to be in a shaky condition must W toepecfed and all that are found to be urisafe will be torn It was decided to wait until all possibUl ties of another accident hod boon removed before renewing the search or Woodruffs Woodruffs widow is In a state bordering on Innon Bhebore up bravely under the news of her husbands death and requested that his remains bo brought rather than taken to the morgua Ever since Tuesday niornlng the heartbroken woman has wlthou taking foi the remains of bust and When told early Thursday moruing tint another building had fallen over his body her anguish was In spite o the advice of loving friends she continue her watch for her beloved OTHER NEW YORK Given 0 Cents KBW March It took the Jury just three hours to decide that Miss Isabella Brady tho 58yearold spinster was entitled toO cents damages from Thomas whom she was anxious ho had refused to tako her for a bella had sought to recover MUktu doulod evor having kissed or made love to the Tbo spinsters counsel said that wiflovo ago isL and that to the three of devotion on nor part to the one who bad rejected her band she had been prevented from attentions of oud had given Misk ill tho benefit of her Sight Restored Through NEW March During a session of tha Christian workers convention in the Goapol taberuacle at Eighth avenue and FortyfourtU street Miss Boned ct of who had been totally blind smco last rose in her seat and declared that her sight had been She walked unaided to the plat Jormwhere she gave her de clartag that she had regained her vision through No Use to Kansas Farmers NEW March the inter state commerce commission here David He attributed the distress of to high ratea of mterost and the Minnie Madderu March Minnie Fatrlok Crowe In March th young man from who two week ago ran amuck In the and after dan uerously shooting two policemen only gav himsulf up when the cartridges of bU re volver were was brought before Justice Bradwoll Thursday It was announced that Officer Kmmet S Brls of Crowes was not yet aWe to leave his but that he was rap Idly Isaac other who was will soon be able toitet The case was accordingly set upon which date the prosecu tion expects to be able to go to Fire at the Pullman March flre mente at Pullman and Eagle wood hod quite a hard battle with a flre from oclock until nearly 6 oclock In the Flames brokeout in the harainof shop Pnllman car works at and before SeWow was txttngulsbed the building wd contents were damaged to the extent of Between 800 and 400 men em ployed at the shop to prepare aUJtoelroii that is used to tbe ears manufactured at and all of out of U will DO before the bunding can be Duraoimo taB one glance at the 1 Its Jessie Tho exoltemanton tho street was and thousitul BOOH thronged the of the stepped up to notlcac Jie pasteboaid opened and found therula a ladles portmoniiale and a the envelops of whloh was aWrassel as fol Jovvs To my dear ones ai The officer drove tie rig to police headquarters the letter ovor to tha chut of An Infamous Mtse JesHie the dead was a daughter of James WhI who has been a resident of this city for mnny irie on the wait side at 633 Soine three yonre ago Mte was perse cuted by an unknown who wrote slanderous letters to her aivl aamlr Bvoi7 youug gontlaman that made Jessies acquaintance promptly one of these ot tallowing is u With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business I have Received a Large Stock BYZANTINE RUGS OsmYou will be the cause ofthe I Bend you this lettor I know and written to hor today In your comp imentlnii her a bor of pitoomkl wndjr and a IlnolosoyouaRampooftho In the It in Rough ou ami ta m sUut U serves her 11 L Her death will be laid ftt The Latest in he A FINER AND BETTE SYRIHIA at the Sama f The Citizens of Alton and Vicinity arft and Examine these I am not afraid of an s Tho fit HI All tho local nowspiilwra recjivscl letter directed against tlie young lajy by the person and in the same writes of rfml purport The letters ware all turned over to the tha police and detectives wera put on the watch for the Finally the cousin of Jes uavro tried in our circuit court the result being tlut he was to to her people to nil the society gentlemen in and to all who could possibly be influenced in any way by the epistles ofthe Jealous tdKHl The vidtlur arid her family wura con state ot Letters OVER 700 KINDS AND SIZES tnou TO It Pleased UiB Boyal o remain with icinity MFOBliOi Inauguiatlng System of Sharp Be That wa 0 and BUY to I THE AND flB IT ll pi m tor A QoVy of tUU be seut to TH B nkkea wife died about a year ttt Hotel March flre ln HaBrto East Eleventh ot The Stmle March Bteelo court IIWr iul T a written statement from t iB at Prominent Oallforlan SAN March John S Hager died at home to thta dty Wednesday He in New Jersey In but moved to California in 1M9 sinoe which be had been nmt flKuro in public afUIrs In Bo WM effl of the dirtriot court of Frandsco In 1855 and nVedTterm caused by Eugene Judge Hagart last public oloe was that of collector ol port Sf Ban which resigned a year AntlCatholic March Margaret ot delivered antiCatholic lectures On leaving aooom 3l by her she was Wt by a StonT thrown by Victor and WM SSSned and badly The of the rtoue was brokw by a knot of ribbonon her Policemen gavo ohase to SAttaraJRasRK the left side and coming out near the It 1s not known how serious the wound Farmers March call been published for a moating of the farm ers1 wives and aaughteru of this vicinity at the rehldence of Judge Harvey for the purpose of organising the flnt Ladles Far iTers Mutual association of this w are not eligible to membership In the farmers but thay propose toorganlw all over andwhen the state Bssorobly oouvoiies at Bprtngflold In Octoberthey will knock for admlwlon in such number an to carry tha Hoi Wooplnu Op aeorge March Canadian Pa olflo Haliroad company wpudlatot any con nection with tho of TKROW ASIDK YUUKSFUgL iATBDfil under their sent in every wore afraid to go out o thtkhoma Finally Miss wos sen away for a wbllo to the but this dlduo stop tlie villoinous lettorwrUer whc WM i so artfully pursuing the beflutitul ond dis S a5d whom the brought into reqatslttoncould not Bo after ttree ycari of this kind of torture th poor hunted girl became w worn Jhb could bear it w Uivlng her sis tewlsnd her It was a Juggle for U to determine to leave them andoSuw thorn to but nerving her Nelf wt about making and ended her exlstonoo In the manner de A Touching The following U her last letter to her Builders Hardware a Speciality Finest Line of Carpenters Toolsli HOME lam tled of and am pectoofany peace for menu long ndliKuunuob as he has promised to take o I really llilnk ho moans so but now ho vorslmuf and if he found nny In me I opo ho will bo sulWled now to dwrtroy my i with rlid LOW PBlCKBi and of M rt tii Do not bury me ou a Ukod rainy funoral who ma K travel by tto w 2nd all of u word Uy a ouurite of travel In March and former on thin arrested hwo for robbing of about o 1 Ua diplitlioria Across tho KIP of tho lettor was written Return HK to HavllandV nioonvalopo To my dour ones at tit arm in reuialna ware rlvwod at tbe by buudrwU of friends In wore flimlly on NMiytoii uttuut wboro an will bo Mnroh loan Asxiolatloit of Gauwal Paawngsr aud Ticket Agwita mut and b vote continued tho eleoUo of oflljcru on tht M tho i wat nietlug In Don rullway mwi Hew Carpets and Oil Wall and Window Lace Cur and Upholding s botb tlw vtiltori and Wo Uespeotfully Invite the Public to and r our Jjftrgo
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