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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME rELEGR TUESDAY SEPTEMBER The Notorious Gleason Again to the BRUTAL ASSUALT ON A PRESS The Muyor of Long Inland City Amines by Knocking a Man Down nnd Kicking Ulm In VnooAlltgaA Train ArregtodA Milwuii kon His Wlfo nnd Mother Other Pencil and Ink An omlloss variety at lowest The Fver POPULAR Sheet Agent CHOICE SELECTIONS Aloro than 50 of most popular shades For Paper Beginners Mate Hook explaining tho USES OF TISSUE PIANO AND Mayor of Island committed an un provoked and brutal assault upon George tho Long represonta Uvo of the Associated Sunday Lrowley stood talking with a of prominent Rentlemon in Millers Long Island City when tho mayor en and seeing exclaimed are a loafer and a Mr Crowloy resented the where upon Gleawm struck a savage blow in the faco knocking him Ac mayor in his fury kicked the prostrate Crowley tim g 7 THE MAINE Keiuaikubly election In this city and adjoining towns was carried on with remarkable Tho weather was Little or no active work was done Jy either and 110 Indications arc that the voto In thli cliy will bo yor not over Con lineman Millions WHS Hcratchod considerably on of tho Small forgery A letter from Mllllkens p yslclan morning stated that he had to his hotiso for several Soerotary wai I bor by mi ciialr man Manley eliected a pair for i MONTI RAIL Terrible Freight Wreck on the COLLIDED AT A TUNNEL t Vote at lightest voto for years WHS polled here and there Ohopstlck by y A way by Knlirtit on Jack Frosts by Moment by Playful by Gre0 nusslan Grand by Francis Star of Affection Shower or Hoses by streabbOtf by Wreath by 6Iege Anothnr UrutHl n WM drft8831 away and was taken into the restaurant where the blood was washed from his i who is near lost his glasses and returned to mid As ho entered the barroom Weason again rushed at him and knocked him The mayor was finally in duced to desist aud Crowley went out in search of a warrant for Gleasons ar but could find no magistrate at Crowley intends to take steps to have the mayor in politics for years say thcv have never known anything like man nor which tickets wore Tho re suit is tho city Is greatly in and Hcpubllcaus are not claiming the city by over VOOat tho The prospect is Kood for the election of at least one Dem ocrat but nothing definite cm bo told till tho ens Ire vote extreme quiet characterized the election At election opened very quietly In the first hours tt large vote was polled and no dis owing to naturalization trou occurred No police deputy sheriffs or federal officers were stationed at the polls Two Kiifflncars Two Firemen Klllml Hurt of Columned by Killed by n Tor iiyllmllUe Ht kiini Collision on York Cnntnil 0 A loiriblo rreiKht wreck occurred at Hoard Tree tunnel on the and O nil Mad early Monday Two fast freights collided at tlui minnce to the was Hmnel and both ten were wrecked ami burned u tnown that Charles Lhkliirry mid Dominick together with both whoso names are not known were killed The body of an unknown man has also found In the Several other trainmen rucJivoi uerlous but not fatal the Third and Piasa THE LATEST 1 The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND 1N8TKUMENTAIO 10c a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FltEE to any Third and Piasa Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and RUN DOWN BY Scvornl Arrests In Connection with Now York Central Tom Bryant of the Hudson police force Sunday morning arrived In this city having in custody a man namod York of east who nas served as freight brake man on the Hudson river division of the central whom he arrested in Hud son on suspicion of being ono of the wreckers of the Montreal express Friday Reed is kept in close confinement at the Central railroad depot in this No body is allowed to talk to and his family are even permitted to see him Superintendent Bissell and Detective Pinkcrton refused to answer any ques tions but hint to reporters of coming sensational Two More The general impression is that Heed is held for information and is voluntarily a Tho reason for not Jailing him is said to he fear of a suit for false im The detectives are all busy and the Albany police force is in use bo sdes As a direct result of the informa tion furnished by Detectives Pink Devine and Jack together with the local force rau down two men Monday Themen are John Cordial 84 years of a and John Kear 86 years of a Both are Knights of Labor and They wcro arrested on warrants sworn out by Justice Griffith of Troy at tho Instance of the Now York Central nnd the charge istrain Anal her the collMnii between trains BO occurred near at Monday n tinCVniral railroad in which of New was M KjBlnwi Bradley and u hrndleys logs being No were The accident is at tiibutcd sumaphnro The Famous Gill rente Soft COAL verert at flve minutes noticeIn Burns o a Clear Gra v cilnk or Besl 8oft 4 de HARD COAL In all at Lowest Quality Market BUY BEFORE THE BIG A FRIGHTFUL At noon the Klri Republican ticks t was ahead in six wards v out of seven in this city with tho Indica tion that would have about niajor Reed will have fully that aud per haps more in Portland Robert Garrott Una n AIX LA Robert darrett is very ill at this where he has been under careful attendance for more than a He hail engaged rooms at some ten days ago and intended to proceed thither at but he was taken so ill he could not It was necessary to hire a villa for as Ins old trouble came back rather and her father and brother have been with him Dr Jacob has been in and ex pects to pull him through this relapse all right in a Up In thii mortgage for WO was filed here on the lints of tho Great Northern and Paul Min nesota ami Manitoba railways Monday mortgage for given by tho Reading and Chesapeake Coal aud Railroad company of covering all tho property of the road in Pennsylvania and Mary to tho Farmers Loan and Trust was recorded hero Monday Dorsey Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE Seethe Best KOAD CART in the World for Hardware and Farm Alton III AlIt M in FOURTH EVENT OP THE 24th AND in Inquire of of Iliices and Particu The Dastardly Wlfa Roin a laborer living at 108 Thirtieth Sunday wont to the house of his and re quested his who deserted him sev eral weeks alleging to come back and live with Reininger whereupon he drew a revolver and fired three times at his wife and twice at his Ren ingor received two bullets In the head and one in tho her mother receiving two in the The two women were taken to the Passavant Both will probably Reinluger was oapt Mature Auerted SPOKANE ftWhile John a section foreman on the Northern Pacific wan walk ing on the track near Hope station Sun day evening he met two who ap peared to be intoxicated and turned aside to allow them to The Indians stopped him and demanded Wol verline said ho had none and was about to proceed when one of the Indians named John Doer struck him on the head with a club knocking him Some time later Wolverline recovered consciousness to find that he had boon Suicide of a Sept a life prisoner confined for murder In tho Ohio state committed sui cide Sunday evening in his cell In a pe culiarly Ingenious Taking the pages of a he rolled them into and telescoping them together he made a long one end of which he slipped over a gas taking the other Into his lay on his cot and sucked the gas Into his death re sulting In a few To Fill LITTLB Eagle will IBS ue a proclamation shortly calling a special election In tho Second Arkansas congressional district to fill the vacancy caused by ho ousting of MnJ 0 I Breckluridge by the Republican ma jority In the The date of the special election will be the time fixed for the regular election in all the congressional Kitliur Hilly Hli other Sohleswig dlguatarleg ttuvo a banquet to Kmperor Wllligm at Replying to the em peror expressed his gratitude to Sables ivlg for the gift of thejuwel now at his Tho ho was a model more than any one beloed him to fulfill Joyfully his taglcTas sover A Frightful Mode of dispatch from Honeoye to Tho Herald says that Artemlu a farmer living near that village committed suicide Stiu Jay In a horrible Benaett out bis bowels open aud pulled thsra out and stamped them on the and after wards cut bis Temporary in Judge Snmner Howard Sumner Howard died Sunday at S oclock at tor nearly a year of feeble In 1870 ho became district attorney in Utah where ho assisted in convioting John D tee for complicity in tho Mountain Meadow massacre In I88vi he served as Speaker of the Michigan and m he was appointed thief justice of In 1888 he returned to Flint and resumed his law Tall of a Cyclone at heavy wind accompanied by occurred here Sunday Chimneys were blown houses moved from their foundations and buildings badly wrecked JLhe principal damago was done to tho Congregational the stoople of which was blown off and driven into tno the point almost touching the Klmm Fight at war ships Comus and Buzzard attacked the harbor fortifications The West Riding the Halifax garrison artlllorv and the Royal artillory defended the Heavy firing was maintained for half an making a grand display which was hugely enjoyed by thousands of spectators ashore and on the Uoosut took lllglu It sensation 1ms been caused among trades union men by the result of the prosecution of Provident In of tho National llootmnkors union on a charge of aUfiiipcina to manager of a factory at Daventry to Join tho striking employes of tho estab luwood was convicted and fined kane SiOKAKE Sept dreadful oxploion of dynamite at the Pacific yards nUht was the canvorsu Uoii in the city Curiosity led hundreds to visit the of tho acci dent Although a force worked until all tho rock by the pronm turo blast was no more bodie were The number of dtad foun was In n idition to those on man died from the effects of It is reported that others who wer badly injured linve die I at thair Many of those injured badly hur that recovery is almost imimsdblo Gon cnrul Foreman Charles Rult stales Uia forty two men were in the Lan of that number flftecn are are in the and it has so far lven IIIIMOS Bible todotirmine the whereabouts of I lie ol her nineteen Of those many aro supposed to be Until roll caM the number of missing be nl The following U a list of the killed V liter Joseph John Roy A Isaac Homer There Bbout lira IioumiH of giant in tho which caused tho The man in charge of blast three nHslslauts were blown to It js custom to I lo our mends would say we are tholfonr ef at Satisfaction in every the hours of ia noon Und J after always on 7 the men have left work and gone places of In I his howiver it seinis that one blast had been prepared aud Foreman MoPlierson was pro par Tho men had all flnished work and were putting their coats aud picking up their ready to to heir mot a horrible and unexpected Either the rock was too hot from tho action of drills or else tamping exploded the second blast and that exploded the A Turrlblo The man whe was tamping paid tho penalty with his The man who stood beslue the man who won tamping escaped with slight although 000 cubic foot of rock wore hurled hut drods of feet iu ovory Another man who was near tho deadly blast and who was supposed to bo dead shortly after tho explosion in a crazed condition walking around 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AJSTD WARM AIR FURNACES SOIir Prepared to put case in fupnaces 4ad ra Secondhjuid Pur PITTS 315 BELLE irs NO We once were on the scene of and began with pick for the burled FromalTover the huge mass of upheaved rock groans and shrieks and the air was filled with horrible noises and the appeals of tho wounded and A short half hour all was skill except for the werkiua who worked late Into the night re moving dead Bag or Body Brussels Art Dado or blitlllery by Rich at this recently pur chawed by the Mutual Distilling company of was burnotl Sunday The bonded ware house con taining barrula of and the containing a quantity of wheat and were The total loss in Kmperor Williams The emperor has con tributed nearly for tho beuoflt of tho stiffurtrs by the recent It is claimed that tho appropriations made for the purpose of providing for protection against Hoods has beoii inadequate and the niggardly policy of tho finance minis ter llo Yollod for aWllllara who was to forty to bo glvon in two and two years Irnprlxoument for crlmi tittlly tutaulflhgu ill tio rouolvoct tho first Installment of tho cat Ho took his punishment yolllnu tor uieroy at overy A IdVoarOld agnd murdorod Itono ngod Voting Grambo loaded hU adopted horo Satur a shotgun with sand and gwivel placet iig ho UiUMlo close in Hoses kill Ing her Nominated to John JL Mitchell was Monday afternoon noml 1 tot by tho Dowavrhts of the Fourth which the oily of AcoiUont at sensation in the Pikesville Baptist church Sunday was caused by a section of the floor giving way while tho funeral of Sarah Dorsoywasiii A daughter of I Busiest wav to ann fbnm f iwhether Tho other pallbearers prevented the coffin from going entirely al thouKli It was tipped almost on end Many thinking that tho entire church was about to fall rushed for the Tho clergyman managed to quiet the crowd after which the coffin and those In the collar wore extricated from the VVaguop was badly bruised and ills shoulder was Iho others were not mueh Klllvil by a Mull aproiiiineiu farmer of Hartland rosldliiBBl Wiiodford station on the WhowlliiK and Uko Krio whHe pacing through his Hold with a baskot on hlx arm was to death by ft Durham body was badly brulsod by tho Infuriated 1lve Moru party of traveling mini who havo Juiit roturned from a iiIeaHiirB trip to Johnson county bring news of the drownlna Suiidny of live by he of a small boat while attending u baptiJ A Hull Fur Smyrna Oil Wirs and Cocoa In House at our establishment GUAKANTEE1NG Kipcn Who Had of Die liiUlalo has been sus pended without pay for an indefinite Haddock has been jaylug off in of an allugwi lanig hut Cupt FiuiU rlalmi that Haddnok The In which took place niHultod Tu a triumph for A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction 112 Third T v I I k   

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