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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALT Y MONDAY AUGUST MPEiEIB i have Room for our NKW STOCK of ALBUMS and PAPE TERIES now under we offer our present stock Third and Piasa The Fver POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS OAUKKIIL1W AUIIANO1C1 Fo BEGINNEP AND FOIl TIIW UKB OF TEACH EES OF Till PIANO AND Ohopstlck Lull fly Away iertriulo Dream Impatlonco Jtanjo n tlip Jack Frosts Knight Moment tusslan Grand tar of Affection libwerof Hoses Vrcatli THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND IOC a Another Attempt Against the Life of the HIGH OOURT OFFICIALS The Said to One of the Mont Dospurnto onrt of Any That Have Yet Ooiuo to of the Knrtppotixl Army Oillcers Commit Sulnlilo In onlcr to Avoid Forulgn 5 The secret police have unearthed another uihlllst plot against the life of the Tho conspir acy is reported to bo one of the most des perate and widespread of any that havo yot come to the danger lying in tho prominent positions hold by the foremost men in the A professor in tho im perial university and two ofllcors of the army are known to have boon among The former is under arrest and the police nio making other arrests of students and persons prominent in social and military life here and In other cities of the Siilalilu of Two The two suspected army officers above mentioned fled to and there both committed suicide to avoid capture by detectives on their The imperial family is reported to be deeply affected by the revelations already made of the extent of the as many of the sus pected persons havo held the most confi dential relations with the A GREAT Union Funding IlHliI Niiir Mniilui Union Cat tit companys feeding at four miles below South was en tirely consumed by flront 11 oclock Fri day entailing a loss of This feeding plant was the largest In the The main barn was nn Immense It contained stalls and co ercd over five acres of It wi built of wood with a foundation otbrlc The interior was of except the floor which were of matched laid wato In tho roof wore Oa5 ventilator six foot by containing over two ca loads of Tho building contalnei feet of n adrlitiod tills immense structure there were tw largo a an engine house boiler and pump with capacity of gallons a a su perintcndonts and employes oot Could Not Control tho flie lire was first seen about 11 oclock All the employes of the plant turned ou and began lighting tho fire as best they could wit h water The engine pump hud so injured by tho time the men reached It that there was no opportunity to the fcot of hoze with which the yards wore The men could not koop tho lire aud the immense wooden tho and engine and pump houses burned no rapidly that they were entirely consumed within two Hours after tho fire was There was an insurance of on the main and also on other por tions of the plant NO 50 Awful Work of a Jealous Lover at A MAN AND WOMAN THE OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any j Third and Piasa II Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils FOREIGN Emperor Williams German imperial acht with Krnperor Will am and his Priuco Henry on arrived here en route to Kngland t oclock Saturday afternoon The Count of brother of King Leo old and Prince heir apparent to the throne of were at Ostend waiting tho arrival of his vnon the yacht came to anchor they boarded her and greeted tho emperor and Prince Henry on behalf of King Slavery In sultan has Issued a decree that the slavery ordinances are in general binding to the same extent as before the AuglcGorman agreement Ihesaloof slaves at specified depots is If an Arab marries a British subject hio slaves become Slaves may purchase their Cruelty renders an owner Hablo to forfeit the ill used The death of a slave owner without lawful issue frees his A Denial from MacKenzlo has written to the newspapers emphatically denying tho statement which was made in Iho National Zeitung of Berlin to the ef fect that the Uritish Kust Africa company had done nothing to prevent slave dealing Ho assorts that since the beginlng of his term of office as chief administrator at Mombossa not a single slave has been sold within the knowledge of a European resi THE NATIONAL Tho Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill Sent to WASHINGTON senate Saturday morning without discussion re forred to the coiniiiittcn on rules Blairs resolution introduced Friday to change the rules to limit by moving the previous Morgan intro duced a resolution morning which went providing for rfdaily re cess of senate from 1 till p ni while it meets at 10 The senate passed a joint resolution to permit Lieut Henry United States n civil Position in the Uorlds Columbian House Immediately after tho approval of the the house proceeded to further consideration of the senate amendment to tho sundry civil appropriation bill the llm under discussion beingthe appropria tion of for a lightship ut Frying Pan which was noncon curred in 130 27 140 members announced as paired on this 1 here was groat difficulty iu the amendments owing to the slim attend but finally th remaining amend ments nere nouconcurred and after n resolution was adopter revoking leaves of the bill was sent to conference and the house at 2 adjourned 1 IS KEMMLER INSANE An Assertion Thut tho Murdurci Will Never bo NEW The Evening Suns Auburn correspondent says that bets can had In Auburn thnt Kemmler will The Fiend Thnm About the Ileuil nnd vufc In n Mont Frightful of the Krle rnnniYr omiuiny for Bwlnd Kxeoiitlon of Murderers In South Harrison aiu Prank of m West Monroe street were frightfully cut about the head am faco Friday night by Harry a jealous Tho weapon used wa n Both victims will probably The woman is the divorced wife of n Cleveland lawyer and has been living ivitb who Is foreman of the Chi cago Mreproof Tiling ame from Spokane Falls about two weeks He had been the womans lover before IIP went Last week IK told her that expected her to live with Tin woman wiw not blc and Friday night Welch went to hei Kiiue where found Her aud Lclever lie again asked her to go with him hut she With that the furious over vhipped a razor ami shouted I will naik you for The Work ilh his left hand he caught her by mir and with the keen blade drew rightful gash across her The ra aniht her at the left laid open t heck to then crossed the no utting it to the bone and opened t cheek to the emerging ne he jugular vein on right side S broke from ran out and fainted he roar with t infuriated man and tho razor was swu ngam with terrillc Lefever was c first through the right then t blade gashed through his left Knocked Doivn wills n It slashed down from his eye to h mouth then cut his loft ear don the neck to his Then can a half dozen savage slashes on his hea Lefever fell helpless from loss of frank a boarder in the ra in and knocko I Welch down with aclini lie struggled to his feet and made a das at who was then and ci him savagely on the right Kggc dragged the wouldbe murderer an as the two struggled Officer Wei o the Desplains Street ran iniim put Welch under Ho was locke up at the Desplaines STrect A mi tm Honfce BE Dorsey Maan 310 Belle in replying Ending to be and undoubtedly AGENTS FOR TIIE Lou IB Varnish Fine VARNISHES and that Warden the matter before Stora and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewing Machines Agents for the Farm f LINE See the Best KQAD CART trdwaro and Farm III stated that the Duke of Cam bridge ocouplHs exactly tho same position as is held by any other colonel in the and is in no way responsible the discipline of tho Peilmpa Wimt To Be students of the Berlin university aro dismayed over the rejection of several theses for the sole rea that the penmanship was so bad that tho professors declined to consider As tho prizes competed for amounted to tho lesson In the usefulness of legibility In handwriting has boon a somewhat expensive ouo for the unluckv The Situation In Times Buenos Ayrcs special says tho situation jg not im Tho National aud other banks aro taking advantage of the law enabling them to postpone cash payments except In tho case of tho smallest It Is possible that the financial crisis may do what force of arms failed to accomplish and force President Celinan to A Sulvuilorirm Uulmi LA Tho nowslscou llrmod of tho defeat of tho re volutionary by tho government troops under An tonio Itivas escaped from tho cap ital Thursday but was afterwards quptnrod mid publicly nhol and his corpse was exposed on the Plaza jvntpOUOQlBl there is one very significant Warde Durston has not yet sent out a single inv tation to committeemon to bo presen The law requires thut these Invitation shall bo out at least throe days before th date of tho Tlio warden wi return to Auburn until Sunda evening at the very lie could no get tho invitations off until Sunday nigh Ihis would mean that tho execution cai not take place before and 1 also suggests u lurking suspicion in th wardens mind that it will not take plac at A Rainbow nt remarkable phenomenon of a splendid double rain bow produced by moonlight was wit nexscd Friday H oclock the which had been blowing from the south all suddenly shifted and heavy black clouds bore down from the The moon was then shining brightly in the and as the rain poured out of the clouds from the north a distinct and beautiful rainbow double at spanned he The coliira of the bow were not as sharp as in daylightjmt were clearly percepti REDUCTION SALE OF ER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MAD rjx o CT FIT ANDMTISFACTION IRUEGGEMAN BRO s Suooessor to Arttltio Tailoring and flents Furnisliing Goods 221 Piasa Tliii Chulurn In Kjmln heat prevails It has produced a grout Incnasa In tho deaths from Of fortytwo who caught tho disease on Wednesday twontytwo havo Valencia Is now as wull as AloantcaudTaragoiw Tho government Is afraid to publish tho list of Annuity fur PA decree of partial amnesty to those persons who havo been convicted of offenses In connection with labor has been issued by the gov eminent of Under this decree fourteen prisoners havo boon released and the Boiitoncos of twrutytwo others have been An Itlull Killtiir Hvnt Aug ftdltoi of ThoCoshol has been Houteiuud U Uiric months Imprisonment at hard la bur for publishing a spcoch delivered by John Kojly itt a mooting of tho National Ivaguo which tlui ituthnrltloH hiul forbid den to bo A llnlocmint hi town of Mlkula in has boon destroyed by Many liven worn lost during tho con Tho peopo of tho place aro itnd much MillWlua A U utalud thnt Lord Uliulo has had an interview with hiii Wife the recent triul of liln suit for a dl and tlmt it reconciliation has brought about 11 llannford washtruck by a Chicago and Xoithwisluru passenger train Friday evening while lying on Jho track with hor huad tho lienhead was sev ered from tho burly and was found VOU feet from where the burly H IB that Kho was overcome by hei and though the theory of miiolde Shu was ittl of ago an leaves a husband anil seven IliK ut blocks tho center of thin jilaco wor destroyed by lire early moriiln at a IOSH ll wiii only with grea dilllrully that tlu rust nf Ihn town wa A jiianlity of vnlimblii ivcord In a 4At the re quest of DomiKTiiiH of the Klovunth wart exSocrolnry ol Stale 1homas Ilayan will attend Iho llrinooratkstate convon tlon as a from that Fry a young man of Salisbury town while shooting snakes accidentally shot and klllod Ills little agorl H Dlinl In HiiiTllilii 1Ucjorgn Nuniilngoii ngud Itt died at lion pltal in lurrlblo of Ho was bltUin during iiu liint jiari ol last A WtllKiiiiivii ArlciiIII NKW 4 Kpincrr a wtllkiiiiwii aitor anil oaily in tinmorning at his In of tomual Flri Frlrliiy dtntcuyml buildings ut uwnnd v Unrlow Tim h Two NugroOH Hochel Cntoi and William were hanged at Lancaster tourthoiiKe Fridaj for the murder of August wltl wife Catoo was Hermit came to this state about a from Acw When the woman ami tlu were placed on trial she escaped conviction on Catoe left H written statement in the bauds of deputy in which he gives a de tailed account of the killing He DC knowledges that he and Clyburn com mitted the but Heunis wifi was the She witnessed tin execution from the Jail window with up parent Two NEW Clement dial the ami William tho malinger of tho Eric Transfer ut the foot of Cham bore have been arrested charged with systematically defrauding the com It Is believed that their pecuH tlous will amount to not less than The plan followed by the men wus for the to make oui false bills for when proscqtod to Treasurer Challer would bo Challer confessed and Raid that he had acted under thodiroc tions of for doing which hif salary had been Increased from SlK to per GOMPERS ON ACKNOWLEDGED THE Most Lasting and Economical through Years 1c trying experimental Over 300 now in use in our tduU 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER IN Lubor of SnpjiriMMlo IH Kntlluly President Com of the American Federation ol iu mldrcssln tliu Urothorhood ol Railway Frattrnitios Friday night at the Phojulx Hall reviewed the history of tho organization of of organlzud irofuHsioiml and organized Tlio spoakur claimud that the wo luttor forces were arrayed against cdcratud Tho Will Hob Suroiioly Kcferrliig to iriiKts he said There iiivo been many miile to check hene but thuy Jmve fallorlthe stnto of New York duclared the sugar trust yot the mxt day Uio sugar mon had oigauinLd ami soon Hocurod the repeal of tho and 1 vonturo to make this assort ion That no law passed by the United Stalls congress will prevent the oxlonsioii and full development of trusts until din wealth of the world is in letter i UK n I in 1 1 on the The only organization of labor to bo ef mid for theImpiMvemmit of the whole pioplo miiHt prnceiul to laid Iu vast federa organize In a way no loss thor ough than luvuilliiK KKW The yiines specinl says Mill ions of uatorpilhuit havo Invaded the in llils siclldii of Tuxiwniid planters and farmers aro busy poisoning them They n ru nporied very bail along thu Drazos rlveiami it may ho thnt the cot toil crop of this NtiiU will bo Horloimly In Jnrerl The piMts liiimt smIKr than usual and they uru In jwit and make the atmosphere vury oiVnimivo with their peculiar OIL WILL BE FOUND Qualifies jand Styles ID It0n ogmzed fact that of handle by fur LARtfER QUANTITIES OF OOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE Living on She 4 lllspatohea from Uapo roport that the thoro aro nuttirlng greatly from viint of Not ono pound of flour U o be iilitnliicrl In iho and fain lios NubsUioil fur months on ad Hlull Jl snow fell to H depth of four A similar sUUi of uUaiiM Is reported from lluiivy Ililluri In iJiimos criiltio have mmle au Kixnniciit for the buiibnt of their orodlUml Thoir ilabllltlos arn estimated atlisaoot GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Bates and Complete 112 Third   

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