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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                V ALTON DAILY VOLUME THUH8DAY NO 95 We have had manufactured for our Special Trade by one of the Mills in the EAST a complete Line of the LATEST and BEST i BOX These Matchless Goods are now under and will reach us in about 10 have cut deep into tho prices of our present and offer you same at TOUR OWN all our goods are open to your and you will find each and every article dfstinctly marked in IPlam DEEENHHin The Ever POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS EES OK TllK PIANO AND Uiopstlck Kly Away Gertrude Dream Impatience Banjo In the Jack Frosts Moment Playful Husslan Grand Star of Affection Ilartmann Sliowerof Koses Wreath 10M02 Third THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTRUMENT IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Pijsa II She Prevents a Barik Robbery at THE BOLD SCHEME OF THREE MEk While One of Hitm the Atten tion of tlio Assistant Guthler Another Tries to the Counter and Get ut the Lndy Saw IVlmt Going on and Gave the The Criminal very daring kUempt to rob tho Peoples bank here was icatly frustrated by the shrewdness and irompt action of an observing young inly who lives just opposite tho Jnsliier Warmer had just left and Assist nt Cashier Elmer Hauer wataom be ind the desk In His visitor nvt ft strange mini with a nrk wiio usked a iiumber of green uestlons about rending a draft to Boms clgliborlng The next man to en ter wus a tall also a eelng thnt the assistant cashier was en aged and apparently being In no tood in the middle of the opened I wide a newspaper and seemed to beread Ing sometlling from its Inuido Crept Around tho The third man of the who had ilso come was a lightly built young fellow with a smooth The latters movements completely hid from thu sight by the tall who stood up holding the spreadout Suddenly the young man uuseeu droppad upon his hands and knees and crept around the counter toward the open vatilt of the bank and to where AssUtant Cashier Hauer was The young man had a sand club in his proI bably to knock Hiiuor but before he got near enough ayoung woman briskly entered the The tall man with tho newspaper turned sharply still holding the sheet n that the lady could not sec In the direc tion of the do you think of this picture ho bulilly and quickly added Some one is calling you from the opposite sliie of the Suved by HU The young woman qiickly stepped iway from the man and newspaper and out Theyre Theres one cneaking on his hands and xjok Elmer they muan to kill ishier Hauer quickly his and the next moment the three vouldbe burglars dmhed for the door md since which line noihlou ms been seen of The youtulady VMS Miss the cashiers who ives who saw the strange men cling and she watched and thus In all probability saved mny thousands of dollars to the fenses hud to lilm hat they bad murdered a man niimol In about a year The Whltiileldaoiune here Grand Hap It is they belong to wealthy Free n War ren was sentenced In tlie tlrcult court PuBiday to one year In thu state prison for forging a note for THEY OWE ABOUT Stntiiiiioiit of the of the IJnljlll Liivull 25 footings of the PotterLovell Nubilities have been and the Indebtedness of all kinds Is found to haw bion about The direct indvbtedriesH to lie banks Is nbout The indirect liabilities ale Inrite be cause of the guarantees placed upon a ileal of Iksides the Brazos paper of Ue some of the Foster Bowman and t lie Worcester steel works paper was guaranteed by the note Be fore any wHtfemeut can be the amount of this gimnuitod paper that will ultimately fall within the brokers liability musi be first Parties in interest ore seeking for a successor to assignee whose health will pre vent his continuing in the Items of General Interest from Foreign A COMBINATION AGAINST BIG PRICE FOR A Two ThoiUHiict Worth of Coy kiss valued at was forcibly stolen from Sophie Frame by Solomon Both are ovir 00 tlie coy maid en in the appeared In court Tues and averred that the defendant had damaged her to the extent of by wantonly and maliciously commltifUg assault and battery on the plaintiff by forcibly kissing her and put ting ills arm arouud FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and darter Oak Slows a Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE OF Best KOAD CART in the World for Hardware and Farm Are Immenioly popnlnr because are ilrlotly fully and atill only modlniu Iu price the belt In he and Iiavo led lor Over in The people are bound to buvo the and will Iiavo itono but tho tOnr prices are the lowcnt and terms oither Uine parineuU or as oiui tonieri Call aud geo or send for Coto IOJUM and tull ESTEY AAA 233 State O16 018 Olive Mfulion Ilils Paper MISCELLANEOUS A Rubber to most revolt inn ttempt at robbery happened at 8 ucsday at the residence of Goorgo 1SO West Eighth A oung tnan appeared at the repre riting hJmself as having bean nsnt by CullmnH Honiniaw for a bucket of who is 8fi yuani admitted Ha immediately struck her a bcnvy lilow with a club fore Her scrcanu attracted working men nnxt who frightened fellow Us purpose was evidently rob us Ctillom is reputed to have considerable money about the Hold Highway George of this accompanied by Miss Mary Mur was driving along the boulevard from Jeffariion avenue to Chmnplaiti street shortly before 10 oclock Tuesday evening when the carriage wen suddenly stopped by two One held a revolver at Kellers head while the other compelled the lady to Miss Murphy was 1 ragged several rods roughly nnd relieved of a dianiuud ln and other Tliu inuii then took 5from and tnuilo their Kviter drovo to Elmwood station and re lorlod the matter to the Cut His in ail for tlie murder of Guorge ut his throat Tueuday and will Coxs wife died tho other day from grief be auso her husband was confined In jail or the killing of whom he slew n a quarfel over u settlenu nt iu which ie sum In dispute was ihanadol The condition of Thumiui adds nether sail feature to the Uight fter her husband was kilJid xho was aken 111 nnd is not expected to Terrible Double German shot and killed Ills wife t 8 oclock Tuesday aud jiom uiittod suicide by jumping into the and Mr ft Qvhm disagreed about a stepson and the wife applied for a Entering her room Tuesday nlxbt who has acted queerly of shot her through thu head aud in tho killing nor Ho I him run and jumpeu into his dead body being taken out au hour Nwvor on the Moore wis taken to St Joseph Re a private axylum near for Ten years while nerving in tho regular army on the he was overcome by tlie and has iinco ttraiuully lost his mind is now a physical wreck Moore IH the when his command was surrounded July by the rebel gen at Tibbs cut Ills way out against fearful reply when summoned to with the words which made famous Yankees never surrender on the Fourth of An Insult to tho WASHINGTON a meet ing of Madc a resolution condemnatory was adopted of a new organization formed in Washing ton coin posed of men who fought on dif forent siUes during the late war with the object of encouraging good will between tho north and the The resolution Meada post that while the members of the post long to welcome the day when the north and tho south shall cherish of animosity tuwuril each yet It is tiie sense of the post that the new assoclatlou is an insult to the NomlmitLd to Sept Hepubiicans of the congressional district havj renomlnated Charles S Russell by Dem oilatio cojivenfrlou for the Boiirth district nominated Robert R of this for cougress by the Republican congiussloiml convenlion of the Tenth Uiirict Cauyrcssmaa Walker was ronomlnaled by aocluma Dont Want thu Nuw Sept director of onu of the largo railroad properties In northern Wisconsin and Michigan says If is against the interests of the roads now In our section to have the Paul come up It is u more powerful competitor than the Milwaukee and Northern and is more apt to disturb At present rates in that pectiou are well maintained and profitable business is If the Paul adopts the course of wanting the lions share there will be trouble at A Great Oruuiiltiitliin M timploy Which Will Urn Quni IOIIH right Will Tnkc 1lnin HIT All Will In Visit Iho IJniiuci stains In Tim Conipte ilo Tho newly formed shlppiiu federation nowemlraces ahiiORt the whole of the uhlpowolnx interests of the United Its objects are to deal with labor questions of all to protect crews and cervatits of ship owners agulnst Intimlilutlon on the part of trades organ zatious or their mem to counteract the effects of agita tions against the shipping to dual with cases of conspiracy and to In demnify shipowners whoie vessels are de layed by the authority or in conse quence the measures taken by the fed KnoourHgemcnt to Fren Othir Industries and more or less ataoclated with Shipping are connect ing thVmselves with thu and It is believed that the shipping Interests throughout the British colonies will join the It is virtually a vast mu tual insurance company against Free labor of whom there are al reaily many In Great will be en counitred to keep lists of conunion men willing to be em and in the event of a strike such be engaged at a higher wage if necossiiry than that paid to LenRned for The federation has adopte 1 for n motto Not Operations are to be controlled from central offices In and immediate relief suppliedin any part of the threj The federation asserts that a vast number of the trade unionists have joined or remain In their societies solely became they are afraid of standing aloof from them and that they would willingly free themselves from the control of trade and content to make their own bargains with their if they felt them selves at liberty to do Sliivtn and MuAullire Will Lonsdalepre siiled at the Ormonde club meeting which lasted two Slavia was Tho secretary of the club slated that by the decision of the the two pugilisms are afr liberty 10 compete with the view of coinciding with the the men have agreed to reduce the number of rounds from thirty to Slavln has re turned to Dover A nobleman of sporting proclivities lias arranged for the colored to box the Both Sluvin and McAullffe have given their consent to this Soft COAL the The Famous Gill livored at five mlnuton notice in an Burns to aOltuiir no era or BMH 8oft Coal in HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BEFORE THE Dorsey 310 Belie 84 AJSTD AND MY LATEST FABRICS WAR SOITT COAJU The Oldnjit Man n CKDAK Christo pher the olrlest man In who lives celebrated his 110th birthday He IB In fair bus good and his mind and memory are utill Us had fifty five grand of whom arentlll and llftytlireeffreutKraud About forty of those were pre His wlfu is still living and U 77 years They have boiu married slxt llltil u Uuad at a NKW A Talla Mpocittl to TlH TiinisDjino cnilB report the hanging iniwiay nt of the negro Napuloim his wlta in IKSi Tlio fall broke IIJH and he dlvd without a con The negroes of the mirronudlng country Hooked Into tliu and on the day an one of Another Diutard Ooiin to Wig a driver for a shot and dan lorounly Allie alias a nuwtng after hccniirte she refused to live with find then blew out bin own rbu parents live at rilie is Hlumt US yearn Ulggmid was M and un of Soliiml Hi selmol 16 commuted sui cide Tuisday tvtiilnu bv lilro NIJUIIKU Is iur inn buys fitibur is a Kartfo at Oauuu ConfuMsud n Murdering H Tbe chief of was tuld by u prisoner in ull Ibttt tbreu Uruilitiii iiaued wbo are Iu Jml fur petty of An luwu linyii a little boy aged lost liU life Tuesday Iu heroically rescuing his youiiKur brother The two wero playing on the river bank when the lauor fell aud was about tc Bravely pluiiKiriK Furnieauo aftnr a hard Iu gettlug his brother Into xhallow and IK reuvlied Nliore liut tlie brave lad bulng oxlmimiod from the strug mink aud wan Hun Arauuk with it WASHINGTON an Inmate of the Freed in mis biicamn Insane nud ran umuck with H butchur Aftor daihliig throiixh tin wards Francis jumped tlie hoxpltal fiuioe and ran for several squares slashing rluht abd loft before bo was llu did not succeed iu Injuring Mlncn Wimt IlvuDiiy miners Iu Iiiliptmlng have decided to utk tlie IniHaca for a liveday week the uight tililft men uud thd request will be made tbls The miners are now all making money uud tho ruguust is not an uureimonabli oonslilerlng the danger uud diniuulty of tho A Wiimiiui Hoi rlblu the pant year William a colored HUiFered from a Uued KMO of Tuesday sliu having completely rotted Tirtmly Curi of Cmuiuil PAN S5 A Nhipmuut of nf Clnuuil pwioiiui diccwt to inudo It Ul iiiilu if twenty i Comtti lu Off lor There was a brilliant scene lit the Eiistou fquare ntaUon TUBS day wlieu the Oomte do Paris started for Liverpool on his way to All tho royalist exile colony In liad gath ered to see the compto and thn blage lucked uor en Thu party was attended by an astonishingly large retiuue of and will travel in truly royal Cries of Vivo le rol went up an the train moved aud tlie comte bowed gra Why Iiivltu Km Jt is reported that theEmperor William will visit tho United States in in which event he will visit the worlds John who hns been traveling on the continent for several mouths expressed tho opinion that the kaiser receive a most hearty wel come iu tlie United The sugges tion has also been made that the national commission of tho worlds fair might formally invite tlio presiuco of the em II lull Water In The town of department of and the sur rounding country have been flooded by the overflow from the Canco aud the Doaunte canning an Immense amount of Factories have been swept the rail ways have been rendered Impassable and a number of lives A manufacturer and sevurul women have been killed at The water U still A Kovolutlon at A revolution has broken out ut Rebels who were hradid by a brother of tho mahara jab attacked the and after a dog penile struggle with tho guards defeated them and gained possession of tho place and Many were killed and wounded iu tho Tho mahnrajah escaped and has flud wlthafow of his court To our frienda would say we are now prepared to put pair old Satisfaction in every ones naces always on PITTS HA 315 BELLE In taraa0M and ft Secondbrad ITS NO That our STOCK Is the MOST COMPLETE ew We can show you Something New as often aa you in Rag or Body Art Squares Twul Pttrrioim rntiilly An explosion oc curred on tlio steamer Pandora at Arm shipyard at Twelve employed about the steamer were so biidly uealHiMl by the escaping utoan that they will Giililiin Catholic third session of the Girumn Catholic congress opened Wednesday by reijulem high mass at AllchiUls cimrli in memory of the deceased mom bent of the Bishop of acted an At 11 the prlesM Into Htcret Important questions are dlMMisxud at those At 1 ooloek the Young Mens association recoriveiifd to take further notion Iu or ganizing a contra union of German Ho uiau Cutliullo young men of the United A Victory fur tlie Mtrrlid The mar women In Ciiielnuiiti public schools mve won a great Tho board of iduoatlon has roliistutcd teftoliors the married women recently dropped from ho The vote nm 17 to aud this ettlus llm wliiiM liai biHii going on or a and lm i comldera lo ut lillriuii Arrtmtod proiieeutloD if i OHrleu i prieio IM charge a new aud mure Dado or Lace or P6rtieK n lOXT fLTJGSi Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladles like to see the No wool and Finest in HOUM Easiest way to BOO them is to Call frequently at whether you wish to buy or HOWEL FALL BTir I AM NOW ItKAUY TO FUllNlSH KVBUY MAW IK ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF IN TUB MOW BTVU8II AND o hul At Figures that will Please   

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