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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                BAILY 9 Fire In a New York Tenenment TUESDAY IN SENATE AND nranehes ol Nntlnnul formal notho Monday morning that ho would ask the senate to adopt his amended order introUuewt last Saturday to commence voting on tho tariff bill on and to postpone among other matter consideration of the federal eloc tlonsbill until next Objection oulty from the Burning Promptly from Hoar to Ita tm Coiiilnsrntlon at BO under tlie at a FltlAn n jn GREAT Uoiioiiml with Orent Dim The Ever POPULAR Sheet Sole CHOICE SELECTIONS of A Oirli Hor rlble DtiatliDewlly AtTrny on a NEW WAbout 10 oclock Monday morning flro started on the lower floor of the apartment 08 nnd 100 miut have Room for our BTOOK of ALBUMS and PAPB w undef we offar OM pwsent etoolr TWrd and Piasa ILL PIANO AND thopstlck Lulli Fly Away Wallls Gertrude Dream Impatience Banjo In Lango Jack Frosts Moment Plavful Simian Grand 8tar of Affection Shower of Roses Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AXD IN8T KUMBNTAL IOC a 477 Fourth The flames shot up through the and when the alarm was given the oocupante were com polled to fly without taking time to take the smallest piece of honeehold furniture Driver John Monaban and Firemen Dunn and Carl saw a woman screaming loudly on he thlrd the She threatened to jump to the iSrTM Helot and ft man hS fn had all he could do to prevent doing dealing lajders were 7rocured with all possible and by means tto flymen rllod and suo her down safelyShe Aa stoneand an She was un conscious when she reached the sidewalk and her rescuers carried her Into an ad Jacent grocery where she was te William of Fourth avenue and Thirtysecond rescued frora tbo flrat floor the build ng by dashing Into the room nnd carrying them out through the suffocatina smoke Into the Both were In an unconsc OUR rendition when Hob ert driver of a seltzer Slxty flfth rules it went ovnr until The took up the general deficiency Senator EM rounds offered an amend ment to the tariff which was referred to the senate finance propos Ing reciprocity with sugargrowing conn He also gave notice of another he lntoPlod to propose to the bill looking to retaliation against foreign countries for discriminating against preducts of the United i he house Monday agreed to tlie confer enoe report on the senate bill to izo and establish the customs collection district of Puget Senate bill wus passed authorising the extraction of a bridge across the Colombia river bf Die Senate bill was also pawed granting leaves of absence to perdifem fai the customs The election case of Chalmers Ogatas was then called The imajonty i Snds In favor of sitting The House has adopted the majority re port in the ChalmerMorgan contested election casein favor of the sitting Train on the Mis sour Pacific Held THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS TAKE an EiproM THE LAST OF HER An the OUB SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25o for 3 50ofor 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa II There were other exciting rescues of im periled people by the In half an hour after tho outbreak the entire build ing was in All the household furniture in the building was more or less The building was a fivestory brick and about ten families resided within A RAGING Fart of Mixed Paints 1 Oils FOB THE LouU VirnlBh Pine VARNISHES and Flames Consume the Best Sunday forenoon fire broke out In the Pnrker in what to known as the South All the buildings except the Shannon residence and Manser twelve In and all business houses but were causing a loss of over distributed as follows Peter owner of Clifton In Andy of Clifton loss Mike 8ulll vau s saloon and no in Bleary Frank Barrett hotel insur William building and stock loss light Hoge on store bouse and no on R Monser resi no William Windsor hotel and no James eaJoon Indian Death Chapter for the Vrrw garet tho last female of the his torical Wyandotte Indian trite in Ohio died Sunday afternoon at her horned She was born In her parents being da scendants of the Turtle and Bear In with her she moved to thisi then the most favored abode of tho and settled north of n7 the ot 18 8be was married David one of her Eight children were bom to all of whoxn are In 1911 she became a widow and seventeen years later married John Solo No children were born of this Solomon dying in The furierd services will be conducted Tuesday after noon In the old mlsHion in which she worshipped with hersister ItiJiuna year Him He H a late hour An thony the wealthy galvan iron knocked hte wife down at the corner Eighteenth street and Wnahlngton hnrtlng her quite Itegajninic her feet Dun evy ran to thti Cottage cafe pursued by her As the ran along the street screaming two strangers attracted by the attack Ing beat him in horrible man Dunlevy was placed In a car riage and driven to hjr while the txisband i on brick Parker On account of the protection the flre spread rap idly and the buildings were soon in Samel ACCUSED OF a Verv Tight nj Cloves and Kim DUnjond Asbestos J1 Sewlug Machines j ISO and Sheet S Home Agents for the LINE OF KOAD CART the World for w i fi v rWf narawareand Farm A South Dakota Mun In a Sun day morning flre was discovered to Crows Opera CttUens wojrkftd bat were unable to check It uhtll nine ness blocks were destroyed Grow acting m a suspicious manner Saturday the city marshal watched his place until 8 when he thought it was safe to go to boi About 4 oclock the flre Indignation is vory and threats of lynch law are freoly Indulged Crow was arrested at noon for and the circumstantial evidence Is The loss Is estimated at over Instir Met a Horrible the 7year oJd daughter of Slgnor Oulseppl Cam the renowned baritone and violin met with a horrible death the facts of which have Just been made public Whllo nt play In a Hold she fell Into a pool pf bulling water and was so badly scalded lhatherlleab dropped from her bones In mwiy In spite of her terrible in juries lived several The water escaped from a pipe connocled with the eugioe which operates the elevator In the hotel In which Campanari was living Little Carmen was n musical prodigy and was be Ing for the Bobbed ol Their mlThe Grand Avenue hotel in tfcto city was the scene ot ff daring bnrglary nt 8 dolock Sunday morning In which and Wilsoo a southern couple whose residence coulJ not be were losers of diamonds and other valuables to the amount of Wilson awakened to see a man In her apartment and screamed to her hUBband that he was stealing her diamond The burglar made a hasty exit through an open leaving behind a roll of bills containing Much secrecy Is maintained In regard to the residence of and WtUToa Daring Hob Train at Where ami the Younger Qnngt to PI Their VoontloiMThe Bnglneor Com polled to the to Open the Door ol rock out on the Missouri Pacific half a mile west of the bridge over the Lamtne the scene of the robbery of a train July by tho combined James and Tounger early Sunday morn Ing again tlie stopping place of a Pnwwngor fraln while hiBhwaymen cleaned out Uw safe of tho express com The train that was held up was a westbound In ohargoofCon Al doe at Sedalla at The twin stopped at the Otter water Uuk on the Lamlne rlVer and Just got under way again whan En glneer Frank Greyer and Fireman Tou were surprised to find thomselves gazing Into tho barrels of revolvers In the hands of two The Intruders warned them to keep quiet and obey say Ing no harm would be done In obedience to the mens demand the en gineer ran the trala to near the rock cat and then brought It to a Found the Safe The strangers then ordered the ea gineer and flrttnan to lead the way to the express which they Arriving at the car which was in charge of Messenger 8 tho were joined by three all of whom wore moska Tho leader told the engineer to ask the messenger to open tho door and not give an alarm or hewould blow his head At signal Avery opened the door and was quickly covered with guns The robbers then entered the car and took from the which was and from a all the inouoy When the train was stopped Conductor Marsh went forward to find out the reason aod was covered by ono of the who ordered him buck to the Marsh went The robbers did not attempt to search the express matter or to molest the After securing the money packages they left quietly tho train rolled having Wn stopped about seven Iti Tumult of thn Ilk robbery reported to the rail road officials here nnd a panne waji oriran leod Immediately and plobod under com maml of Detective Deling of the railway The loft hero at oclock on aspecial train for Ottervilln On arriving at Ilut they first mode a soarch of tJie It was quite evi dent that only flvo mon wore engaged in the two huvlng boarded the train nt CalifornlH atnl their accomplices romalniiiK ut the The amount of money aeeuivd from the axpress company was at first reyoi ted Later Su perintendent Fullur wired the officials that tie amount was much Some say It will not excieil A AiruotocL A man was this afternoon at the Missouri Kansas and about ninety miles from the iioerte of tho robbery who the ascription of the mau ftom the Otternlio tank it Is about ten miles to astatlon on the Missouri Texas and there ho oould have caught a train that would have reached Mudlwon about 8 oclock man arrested says that ilfbl by going to Hand MUST BE t i 310 Belle SOFT 3 g III 315 BELLE Book Iiland Stoltohmen jfio to IftTbej strike of the switchmen of the Rook Island railroad was brought to a temporary conclusion Snnday the through Gen eral Superintendent Chamberlain and Yardmaster agroerak reinstate JToreman Murphy and keep him at work pending an Investigation of the that be reported for duty while drun The men Immediately returned to work The loss to the Rock Island on account of Its temporary suspension of freight ftafflc will not be very It Grand Army encampment at Bosdon last week adopted a resolntloo that In the selection or appointment of governor superintendent or manager of soldiers none but mon who have done ser vice In the army or navy should be ThM han created exdto ment here and at the soldiers In View of the fact that the house military committee has reported to congress ureeo lutioa appointing a civil one of the managers of the Population ol the United VAapiHonm count the population of the Unlted States i practically completed Saturday by the census Of the odd enu meration Into which the country was divided the returns from all but about hflve been received and as tho returns are re oelvod from the districts still out they I will be counted and added to the total The result of the count as at prosont com pleted shows a of I and when tlie entire count is finished the population of the country will as Mr Porter about This I be an luoreaae during tbo past decade ot about 80 per which is about equal HOWELL pEALEB IN 01 REDUCTION SALE OF TO PffiPKT FIT AID S inSFACTION GUARANTEED DEADLY AFFRAY ON A Wlilaky CniiKui a Bhootliiy lit Which 6U People Arc serious and probably fatal shooting affray occurred at nn oarly tour Sunday mornlug by which nix people were It seems that a number of laborers employed by tho Ad divan Pipe whoso plant Is lo cated flftesn miles from this oaine here Saturday night and Imbibed freely and on tbolr return home ou a Four which carried a number oT other a general flght ensued omoug the Revolvers were used and when the smoke olearod away thu follow Ing named wore found to have boon them probably fatallyi 8yl ihot In tho futullyj Amer loui a shot in tbo painful A IJciUu Ala Qi were miula AT to Bintf Fitrnlihing Goods Their Liut iwrty of oe ojndod theMteenle of the catliedrol ut FwU i to wltnuu from ffml height a t err Jo storm whloh was In Vboiiuiro struck by light nlug uud two of tlie imr ty were Iba were nerlounly Injured uud one of them may Saratoga races resulted as followsi First mile National Matngerda fllly Strategy colt third Sooond IX miloa GolJea iteol Eml nonce Floodtldo thlrdi Third miloj Foreruunor Vorlnlla fllly Lady Undo thirds Fourth 1 mlle ProfllKttto Glon Fallou third Fifth roco 1 I mile 70 yards Frank Ward Hamlet Falco third Went tnnaiio oil itt J3pwlw loft this olty Saturday aftoruooii pulling 4 freight train on tlio Illinois tlfkl for but bwfapo ho had boon Put hpur hu suddnnly bo Violently I thnur hla puat n rebox and aVuinptcd throw hla watoli Wfld preveniml by his wheronimn he to thrutv be utter on tbp train out In a Jur and started AUKISH the pountrr bflro Overwork said to be the CHUM of WILL BE FOUND Married Women resolui Mon was recently introduced In the board Of education oxuluding married women from teaching in tho puUllo schools of There to be an terestlng pontoet ever the and I both sides of the controversy hove cham A movement has boon on foot for W yoare to prohibit married women from occupying touchers but ban never taken definite shape until It I Is said a minority of the board of oduoa backed up by the nunwliiijmdent o for tlio The iiucs tlou will be settled bofuro tho opeulna of In probably at a Ing of tho Oualitias and StyleJ LARGER QUiiVHTIES jOP GOOJ THAN ANY OTHER HOD8E IN THE TniKinly In a rich farmer of munlerod IH wife be eaneo hud tfonu to u oontrary to his Aflor tho crinio ho llod to tho doptlrn of tlio and triod to liunu but the rupo tlio man rotfulnod xmNoloiimiow HOVOMI hpiirn of On hvaring tho PUurph bolls toll foi tho fuuorul of his booame victim roturnod tw liln broko In tbp door of the death seliwd a Jpadtiil rlflo nrid blow bii heml ft II fi of a Chicago Ueorse pantor of lotmauuel Uantht Oburob lo tbiv r at a murder hut been added to the Poyette county At a box nooinl given ut Church near JKUIVB Hubn and William Imtli of Qermand gut Into a light over tome trifling Huliu drew a re volver and IIred throo uhute ut two of whloh took onoQtIn hU kill in IIH Kill ing him ilinout Hotli had been pjuped wan the lUiuf Saturday lust Gladdttmo rceulwil joo douf mutes mm nt Mr Oladstoim nddreasod them In a short which O atlstone rendered iota tbe deaf and dumb alphabet to the great coDtontmwt of the who re nmyd tnuoh ptuaxdl with their kind re Will Let OH the view of the lowej suvtnluud by the furmeru of Kausai cu aoopunt of Ibo vurloun fliiau old luutltutloiu tlie farmers uponwhote iHiuUdiey have marl that tliey will nupply them witli ntteat thin full ami Mlvu a Oil I1 3VdCoot GUAUANTEKING A Perfect Reasonable Bates and m   

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