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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME TUESDAY Vj have had manufactured for our Special Trade by one of the leading Paper Mills in the BAST a complete Line of the LATEST and BEST BOX These Matchless Goods7 are now under and will reach us m about 10 have cut deeo into the prices of our present and offer you same at YOUR OWN all goods are open to your and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in Plain HITS The Ever POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS A11KANGKU FO AND KOK TIIM U8K OK TEACH ERS OF TUB PIANO AND Uiopstlck Lull Fly Away Gertrude Droam Impatience IJanJo In Jack Frosts Moment Playful Russian Grand Star of Affection Sliowerof Uosos Wreath 101103 Third THE The Stepping by Sidney VOOAL AND INSTKUMKNTAL IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOo Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FBEE to any Third and Piasa III Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR St Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Papeiv Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE Best KOAD CART n the World for JB1 Hardware and Farm of the AngloAmwiean Provision THE ORIGIN Otr THE FIRE Ninety Tlimnmmt Hogs Continued by the riBmcsThlrtyTwo of Lnnl Bi ploUe Ono After Which Over Hull n Fully Covered hy Church In buildings of tho great plant of the AlgoAmerican Provision company at tho stock the packing house and ware houses V and destroyed by flre Sunday morning the not being en tirely subdued until noon Be sides tho buildings the following prop erty was destroyed Nine thousand dressed pounds of and the of The plant was only recently purchased by an English and was running with A force of all of whom are now Idle Just as winter is coming on The loss is estimated at being di vided as follows on hams and shoulders on dressed hogs on and on Tho loss Is entirely covered by insur Straight 150 La Salle say the entire amount IB placed In foreign The plant was in sured at Tho First The conflagration was one of the fiercest the flre department ever had to battle No one seems to know how the blaze but Fowler does not be lieve it was of Incendiary FlameH were first discovered at oclock in the engineroom of the packing The first alarm was turned In by Sam Shapiro t boy employed during the night as a When he saw it the whole inte rior ofthe packing and engine rooms was n a blaze He ran to box at Packers avenue and Transit and pulled the As soon as the firemen arrived on tho scene a 4H alarm was urned calling out nineteen L little later a special call wan made for seven more and twentysix were soon throwing streams of water on the blazing Kxploalons of Lard The firemen worked against obstacles from the Water had little effect on the grease soaked and the flre soon reached the where thirtytwo tanks of lard were These ex plodd one after another with loud re ports and tho boiling lard burned The heat was so intense the firemen were compelled to work at a The packing room Is 50x160 and tho whole interior was blazing when the fire men reached the scene In response to the first The spread to the cool room ad joining and commenced burn Ing the carcasses of the hogs hanging In the room were and they burned like Water was useless iu fighting the and It seemed that nothing could be done to stop the con The roof fell in about an hour after the flre started and the conflagration became more The blaza lighted up the heavens and rendered everything lighter than Scores of firemen di rected a hundred streams of water Into the burning acres of lard and but with little Burning of Salt The west wall of the packing house fell soon after the roof went On a switch beside the building were three freight and the falling bricks crushed No other wall but two are now in a dangerous In the basement of the building was stored an immense amount of salt This caught and while the flames were not furious and prevented from biasing high they destroyed the and horns stored layer on The roof and floors covered the smouldering meats and kept water from reaching and the firemen were busy all day Sunday with axiH and hammers In removing the manses of debris that hindered their The building that burned is a part of the plant that was recently The en tiro series of buildings was under one roof and surrounded by a high wall This kept the sightseers at a and a few policemen wore able to keopevery one Thousands wont to the scene during the but thoy could see nothing and did not linger Will Itoiume Operations At 11 oclock Monday morning the flre at Fowler establishment was entirely and there was loft a mass of smoldering the stenoh from which doos not rlsu to the but hangs In the offensive to the But two flre companies were working upon the ruins to sutxluo any lingering blaze that might start out while a large force of men are engaged In clearing away the so SEPTEMBER aud were carried away by outsidow who bad All tho flro engines in tho olty were calhd out but the church and its were totally Tho building wus a large frame erected flDout seven years ago at a cost of 1 he and furnishings in creased Its value to on which there ftn of In five com Fortunately no one was seriously tijured in the mad The flre spread to residences near but these wore i A of old stone Vare house of the Hlohwood situated opposite this wan destroyed by lire Sunday Ihehouso contained barrels of tax paid all of which was The property and whisky belonged to Levy of The tiro department of Madison crossed tho river and succeeded Iu saving the distillery and adjoining ware house which con tained over barrels of The firo originated In the brick yard and was communicated to the ware houuo by high winds prevailing at the ONLY A BRIDE Qreedy A FEW RESCUE OF THREE GIRLS On Their Way to Become Members of Ulnreputnble a member of the state board of arbitra was lounging about tho New York Central depot Sunday waiting for a when his attention was at tracted by the suspicious actions of a fash ionably dressed who was accom panied by three He watched them and was satisfied that something was In a little while he hod seen the woman buy tickets for and for New Then he questioned people about the and learned enough to satisfy him that it was his dutv to notify the On Tholr Way to New Donovan sent for an and the who her name as Eva Lee was taken to the police station with the three A little Investigation dis closed the fact that the who were Carrie Kittle and Mamie the latter only 16 years were on their way to New York to become inmates of a dlsroptuablo house The w man and girls were locked Each of the throe girln has a good home in this and their parents are respect able They seemcil quite pleased that they had not gone to New but In low caused by the fact that their waywardness will be generally The Itullun Premier an Interview with the Home correspondent of Pre mier Crinpi denounced the attitude main tained by France toward AH an il lustration of the unfriendly policy of i the Italian premier instanced the annexation by that power of Tunis de spite her nromlses to the Signer Crispi defended the Dreibund negotiations for tho renewal of were stlil pend and lectured that there was no don cer of war unless It was sought by The premier regretted the neces sity which existed for maintaining and increasing the enormous armaments of the European which ho believed could only result in the ruin of Europe and the great advancement of the United Not the Hcurer of a Sept chairman of the grievance committee of Locomotive who oame here Sat urday from Fort was interviewed Sunday evening in regard to anticipated troubleon thu Fort Wayne I am tho chairman of the board of adjustment of the Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers for the Vandoibllt he I cume to this city on private business and as to that It is without foun dation in Tha grlovanoa committees meet and one of them is now in session in this Only routine busi ness is now being The Celebrated Tilclcm Will exoutors of the late Samuel Tllden have appealed from the decision of Judge of the supreme holding the Tllden trust clause for the establishment of a largo library in this city The easo will now go to the general term of tho supreme and subsequently to tho court of In the first trial Judge Law renoe sustained the but on appeal the general term reversed him and or dered a new which was before Judge Are immensely popular because lire strictly fully And itlll only medium iu Are the belt in tho and Imro ledl All others tor Over Inf The people are bound to liuro thcl and will nare mono but Uto Our nrofthe lowest and tonny either time payments or as oust tomeri Cull nad tee or Bond for Cata Md full that tho work of rebuilding may start at Fowler have engaged the packing house of Allerton and will commence operations Tuesday morning with hogs on The force of men to be Immediately employed upon the work Is not OB yet determined as soon as the new plant can be completed the old force of employes will be No paper has correctly stated tho which will bu slightly under This In formation Is obtained from the fire In turnnce and while their report Is not entirely complete It is sufficiently go to make a conservative Fowler stittu that their new establishment will bo as perfect as money can secure and the old plans will be modified and en Urged Work will be expedited as much and while no date U when everything wilt be completod thu time will not bo far In the FLAMES IN A Vlro 233 State Louis 916 918 Olive Mention Ihli Paper the KillHou at At 10i80 oclock Suuduy inornlug the Grace Presbyterian ohuroh on Madlton WM burned to the The edlfiue wot filled with and the first warning they hod of danger was the fulling of a portion of the The fire had caught iu the loft from the furnace flue and bod gained good headway before it WM dis When the fliimei were noticed great coiuturimtlon prevailed and there an Immediate People rushed over euoh uthor Iu their frantic to anil women and children from the high win Suits Agulnut Loading cigar manufacturing firms Saturday brought actions against about thirtyfive including the publisher and editor of The and leading strik to restrain them from oucourSging the Patrick a strike was summoned Saturday to give testimony preliminary to the iisuanco of a and upon refusing to answer certain questions was Three Men CruiheiTto wall of a tenement house adjoining tho tannery of James Gallery Kivor AIlo ghony fell with a crash burying HUVUII workmen In the John Faeviillege was taken out dead Matthew Vonwell and Joseph Vogle died within a fuw minutes after reaching the hospital Joseph and Gteorgo ludway went seriously and another man employed on tho building Is Will Grunt tlio Meni of tho pxocutlve coramlttoo of the rituruud from Chicago Suu where hu had a confuronoe with prtiHldcnt of thu Vurmllllou and Vllmliitfton Coal Ho says Sweet tins agriied to accude to tho demand dt the m Inttrs Mollryde says this practically settles the matter of n strike iu northern Illinois and possibly In the Churl SeUvrt Newly Married UauKhter then Commlto Sulolde Imtlnni lunKeroniily Wounded by Urimkim Row Among Ouo of Wliloh Sorlouily Sept a little cot tage in this city He tho dead bodies a father and a the latter a brido of a few Last M ty Charles Selfert and family come to this Tne father nnd daughter were employed as weavers in the Lacori woolen A young Englishman named Joseph Baxter was also employed In the mills and couriod the against the fathers The man called ut the but manaxed to HA the girl and tbo young poople finally Wediesday even Ing belfori met the young couple out wa ubuned and threatened to kill both and shoot The Marlliigo of tho Baxicr bourdvd two doors from Sol fort and Saturday ulght he and Mary were married there by a Justice of tho peace Selfert when he heard of this went to th Imue and asked to see the marriage cer This being shown him be seem ea satisfied and told young wife t come to his and her trunk which she did In com with Buxter Sunday morning teifurt sant a little daughter to Biixtor wl h the information Uiatbe wished to become reconciled witl his soninlaw and would apclogiza tohin for throats niKi abusive Biixier went over and Selfert treated him kindly showed him where he had made a record of the marriage in the family and requested him Jo let Mary come Baxter and after much per who seamed to be very much She passed into the front room with her her stop mother remaining in tho Mary had not been In the ronm flvo mlntitcs when a report was by an and nttniclel by the HcruaniH of nishud over to the hoiio and found father and daughter dead within two luut of oouh other A doublebarreled loading shotgun lay by Suiferts The or the trageily is said to have beun Sulferts aii Bor ai being deprived of hlx Tho Weekly two factionM of Italians In thU city ami rounding those who belong to a socrei and ihosc who are to Saturday night both factions met nt a raffland begau to and for a time things looked They were finally ejected from trho hall nnrt ronewe the on the The uonsoulet men worn Onu of I whll on his way homo on the outskirts of towi was flrod upon from and his bod and limbs riddled by twj olmrged of bird Ho had a miraculous escapo fron Two IndliuiH Shot by a Drunken BLACK RIVEU 8tt Mark an intelligent young In came In from the cranberry near Scrautoa on the Green Buy rail Saturday asking for a warrant for the arrest of a drunken who shot and with a doublebarrelled Hhoigun Frank Mk and Wlilie two Wiuuelmgoon wbollvu nt the Indian mkilon fit i from this The he claims was HcAiillOe and Btavln In Monday morning MoAullffa and Slavlu surrendered them selves to the polled and were arraigned In the Lambeth police court charged with having committed a broach of the Previous to tholr snrrendur tho men had learned that the authorities intended to prosecute them for Tna rU oners wore remandud until man was required to furiiUh hU surety Iu and two bondsman each of whom must qualify for The sporting who had been In agony of anticipation for months over tbo McAullffeSlavIn are now In a highly disgusted frame of mind over the brevity and of the mill for which they hail planned and risked so muuh and for whluh thoy paid such extravagant It Is claimed that McAulilTos poor showing was duo to his having boon weakened by too lino training In theolTort to reduce bis weight At tho Whipping Del One lono htood pillprlud for au hour In the rain and afterward tho while Shur II Allen Inlil on thirty lashes at Jml Saturday d Urn u who had bonn eonvictpii of HHNaultlng Marga ret a white Iheshuriir pllod the tnit wilh moru than iiHMal hut no blood Donby utood the wltMiiu II thon boggol a chew of tobacco and went back to bis coll The Famous Soft de livered at five minutes notice lit any Vt he Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the tV 33 HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Qualify BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey 310 Belle 84 WARM AIR FURNACES To our friends would say we are now prepared to PITTS 315 BELLE Which I will mnko up the very LATK8T KABTBBN nen I flofy ull wouiabo Noue but Oood Work ITS NO That our We can show you Drought to in as you oaJl im Body Brussolij Art Condition of Ilollandt TUB The condition of the king of who on Saturday suffered a hon becomn of the gravest the famous tuuillcul export of ban been aiimmined from hut city to the klugs IHImiln Bliitu suto fair opumd up Muiilay morning with bright fur i ui nnwt elaborate and suo ciKfiil ixhlMdiin ever hold in this or u tho wiiHium The board miare ull anil aru ready laio thu large that in vlwlt this Pcorlo U amply to accommodate over Tliu display on thu grounds U larger limn moro than hud bum i Rag or I3XT Dado or Laco pITRTTGLjb Fur SmyrrJ p Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see the Newest and Fluent In Hovue froqueitly The HOWELL The MlillUU c 8t A train on which It wan bulluvuil that the would iruve from iuterbura to wrecked Kuinrduy hy shiklnu a nnmliur of HUiujiurH whluh liax I on ilauiiil on the Tlio ujtur was HOIuu Uiu 1 Illcnui fioiu thu Aomo Tor ila works on the Wont Vir ginia Hlile of thu Olilo elver WHS blown Up Monday mid an who WUH ninklng glycerine IurtluiiK of tiuhouffg body weri n Ihu Tho loss Is An ICx iiivii IMIIII 11VDK Ohmlea droivuod hiwlf n the Nupousttt river Sunday She WIMI 50 of Her which won will bv tuktm to where her uxOoveruor of FALL I AM NOW ItKADY TO PUKNIS1I JCVHUT MAN IV WTQ 4 SUPERIOR SUIT OF MA1J1C OLOTIia KSlJtOIAIAT fOAf IN TJ1H M08T 8TYLISII AND i At Figures that will PleAHe GK   

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