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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                AL nn VOLUME The Ever POPULAR TUESDAY OCTOBER Outrageous Work of White Caps In BARBER3 WHO CANT BE BLUFFED Cut Prices of Hair Catting and Klmvlng mid Aniline the Ire of Other the of a Knlglitn of TfoHitg Man Wlm Thunglit Allow Won loo A Young We have had manufactured for our Special Trade by one of the leading Paper Mills in the EAST a BOX These Matchless Goods are now under and will reach us m about 10 have cut deep into the prices of our present and offer you same at YODR OWN all our goods are open to your and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in 3lain Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS OAUKFUUA ARUAKGKD Fo BEaiNNEP AND FOH Tlln USK OF TEACH EES OF THE PIANO AND Uiopstick by Do Lulli Fly Away by Wallis Gertrude Dream by Impatience Banjo stroabbog In tlip by Lange Jack Frosts by Moment by Playful by Russian Grand by Star of Affection Shower ot Hoses by Streabbog by Wreath by THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL IOC OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa Ill o Relieve a Cough get Throat or Syrup Tar and or Pine or Any Medecine You at RSH S DRUG STORK A band of WhiteCaps baa Inaugurated a system of a inobt outrageous oharaoter in this city under the very dome of the Michigan state A few months ago two Cruson and opened a shop In this city and started In on cut Their course at once aroused the enmity of all ths other barbers In the who noed every means to Induce them to leave They ttrat attempted to buy them off with u big Having fulled In this they nought to buy the interest of but he persistently refused to The cheap prices proved a drawing and gradually the shop was doing the bulk of the Warned to Leave Whether the regular were at tUu bottom of it or not a system of bitter peraeoutiou host pursued these men for the last two Their wives were in sulted on the streut and practically ostra cised from all society and their ehildren were jeered at by tho other school chil the climax was not reached un til when a WhiteCap notice surmounted skull and crossbones was sent to directing them to leave town at once or abide tho Saturday night or early in the morning the shop WHS broken into and whatever eould be carried away was stolen and all the stationary furniture RAN THROUGH HIS Suicide of a Spendthrift at Other Justin a young man of this committed sui cide by throwing himself headforemost from a Glenns who heU an office In tho New York Central Railroad died about two years leaving him several thousand dol The son was a fast young man and spent his own In a few and when his mother died lost Auaust she loft a will providing that the son should have only a month besides his living This amount was quickly Pei each month and the young man craved for Sunday night upon retiring to ufa room after a good time he tcok out the will and read and reread it for At 6 oclock Mon duy morning a policeman found his dead body on the His neck was broken and Ills right hand grasped the crumpled pense by taking the prisoner back to I Omaha for Rial was of nn Awful nude body of an unknown white woman was found in Back river Arouud the body a stout rope won wrapped several To each of its two ends was se curely fastened a Belgian paving Hie woman was apparently between 86 and 80 years A postmotturn exami nation showed that thu wonmn WHS dead when thrown into tho water and that she had been a victim of Harrison and His Party En Route for the THOSE WHO ARE ALONG WITH WILL BE DONEJ3Y Making on the for Work llemiepln There will probably not be much delay in commenc ing work on the Hennepln canal under appropriation made for the purpose in the recent river and harbor unless there should bo some unforo leen obstacles In tho way of procuring Jtlos to the necessary Jtistnt pro sent the war department is waiting for n report from Marshall giving a de ailed project of the most desirable work o ba done under the iiinouut that him been made This is expected ally at the war department will oubtless bo approved without as is the desire of tho department to have His work well under way by the time tho ext river and harbor bill is prepared when a larger amount will be asked Loga Titles to Alter It had been decided how the pros ent funds shall be spent the next step taken will be to acquire the legal to such lands as may be This will bo accomplished throujh Mar shall and tho United States district at tornoy for northern and finally through the dupamneiit of justice here The if not a of the work is to be done by It Is expected that all the preliminaries in the way of acquiring titles ami contracts will be arranged in tinw to begin the actual work of durlnjt tho present GIVEN A DEADLY Fall Put Bullet In HU NKW OuU a Gorman committed suicide Monday morning by shooting himself through the hoad with a revolver in his place of 37 Hudson No cause for the deed can be His wife seems lo think he was robbed of a consid erable sum of money and then The place no credence in Uie Sulrtdoil While about midnight Kate ter of o largo mill owner left her home and walked down to the where slic deliberately drowned herself in a few feel of She was missed from the and a search revealed the dead body lying in the water a short distance from Miss Rohror was lately at tacked by which is heredi tary in the She became very de spoudent and this led to The family formerly lived at where the remains will be A Clmrnoterlstio Occurrence In the Lone Star an Illustrated for several weeks pust has waged a bit or warfare on Mayor Connell and his administration Saturdays issue earicaiuieJ thu mayor as a bunco steerer urn Sunday afternoon hU honor met editor of theCu at thu foot of tho stairway lt to his pltlce and roundly berutud him us ing epithets generally lent tj a killing in this Tho Ulna DKliit POIIHO niudo a motion us to put his hand in his bosom to draw a revolvur when thu mayor gruiibj I him ny the vest and tore It wide at the same timo pulling a Pease was Con nell then expectorated tobacco juice in tho editors and said if hd iiunll him again ho would kill The end is not A Latest Novelties in WOOL and DRESS i BLACK UNDERWEAR and IIAIS SUITS Made to Order nt Bonsonablo ad Satisfaction at Perfect Pit BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors and Are Immenioly popular because tlioy i nn strlotljr folly and only medium iu price tho beit In ho and haro lod 111 otheri for Over Iu The pconlo aro bound to Iiuvo he rt nlll liaro uouo but the price ttro tho lovrout mid terms liner or as cus M and pr send for Cttta ueg and full lilralmll Will Probably oonvicilon Uirehu 1 been constantly the murder of and is probable that before the date vet for MB execution arrives he will have mado a clean breast of the He hiw already made a number of Important udraiHBionn rugurdlnu the He ac knowledges tliat ho won an ucewssory and confusspB that he took Benwell to Bast wood and iu the direction of the swiimp where the body of the young Eng lishman was but denies that it WIIH his hand that slew He does not suy much about bis negotiations with tl o victim and ujg father though ho freuly admits he wont In to dwindle both thum unit liirchftll hod an IniiTviuw with her huaband Saturday afternoon for the first time ulnco he was condumricd to TheJatervlew was a brief and affecting exhib iting considerable lnie ul No Hymimdiy lor Ilia Oot connection with a sensational story published In New Yoik to the effect that a young Jfrenoh medical student named Louis Bessaut bad boon swindled out of In that city by a girl graduate of Vasaiir named Blanche who afterward left for San the police of this city have learned tho following particulars Thu woman Is French and has since her arrival been an Inmate of a house of Ill Uusuiui Is also but Instead of Ihiiug a mudlcul student Is one of those men who live upon tho earnings of un fortunate Bad Condition of u of Settlers in of and tho committee appointed by Governor of Okla to purchoso provisions with the government appropriation recently grunt ed arrived hero Sunday and commenced They report the condition of large numbers of the settlers In the new and say the appropriated will not go fur to ward relieving tho dlstruss that has only Just The winter U looked forward to with many and there will dountleis frequent demands for substantial Tliu people In tho Uluok Jack country aro In deplor able They went into tliu country with and have not oven the meager crops their white managed to raisa EXPRESS ROBBERY ThouiUH Weuvur from the Mlisourl Weaver was discharged Saturday from the Mis souri penitentiary under tho throofourths having served throe years and nine mouths of liia live years Weaver wasau accomplice of Fred or Jim In the Adams express robbery of 1880 on the Louis and San Francisco Weaver ciune to 8t with Wlttrook from whore he has u for the purpose of assist ing Iu the porputratlon of tho but hla narve failed him at the last moment and he refused to bo a party to tho not ho received of tho stolon money and ho wax convicted of being an accessory before uud after tho He Taoklei tha Wrong Stacey was killed Sunday by tt Slu oey and his partner who have been a terror to concluded that they would throw the country into ex cttomout by robbing uvcry saloon from Pottsvlllo to in DUgulsIng themselves with masks and putting on old clothes they started oa the Tho first place they oame to they only found 00 They then killud the koepor because ho did not have more Btaooy was after ward shot by whom hu tried to Secretary IMulne mamlcr Itolinr to Wellington to Gly HU ViiiBlon ol tlio Killing of Oon Mlinor n nitU for Throe Now fo tho NavyTwo Ilonldnntlnl Appoln WASHINGTON Harrison nnd party Washington vl tho Chesapeake and Ohio railroad a Monday Tho pnrty con of President MarBhall More Private Secretary Hal Mr Guiirge Grantham Haiti of I ho Unltoi and and Jennctto Halford who will accompany the party as far aa Tuo party will travel in an e egmit Pullman hotel tho Has which was rendered for the use of the party by iVchldent Gnorge M Clwilos R gen crai eastern passenger agent of the com made all of thu transportation ar riinueiiiuntB of the entire lie will accompany the THE KILLING O Socking for More IiifornmUon of the ailcner May He WASHINGTON addition to Minister Minners own account of the killing of Uurrundfn on board an American vessel in the harbor of San Secretary Blaino will soon bo In possession of t ho account ol the common Gioruo It Inia IHOU definitely learned that IMier has boon ordered to Washing ton expressly to give version of the affair to the stale anrt If it corresponds with Bluluos present Mlzner will be asked to explain his If ho cannot dc this lo the satisfaction of he will lie It is understood during the entire trouble In Guatemala Mizner Ignored the United States naval ameers and thuy know nothing of tho affair until some time after it was all Hills for for tbo WASHINGTON opened Monday at tho navy departmen lor three steam tugs for the Harrl son of Bouth was tho low est bidder at and he wll probablv bo awarded the The nuxt lowest bidder was John H Dialogue of at The do partment has been aliout a yojir and 8 half securing blls for and the plans of the department bad to be altered before shipbuilders could be Induced to Appointments by tho WASHINGTON presi dent has appointed Charles of lo bo secretary of lega lion to and Ilamsen White of New to be weerotary of le gation to Visited HoClollani Count of Paris and his party arrived here at 11 oclock Monday and were received by Stryksr and a number of the state It took vlovcn to con vey the entire party to Riverside ceme whore McClellan Is As tho count puanoU tuo monument recently erected to the he raised bis bat nnd then proceeded to the grave Borne 800 yards Uero he knelt on his dead commanders mound and while al those who circled around him lifted thel Tho party then drove to the res deuce of where a luncheo was Among those present wero Guilds Burd ox secretary of the navy George Robe Qeo Col sou of the general Secretary of State Kolaey and about thirty others At tho party left for Will Stuily Over the Dfong NEW of the Erie railroad have not as yet replied to the petition of the trainmen for a new schedule of hours presented by thorn a wook All the officials would say Iu regard to the mattor that the new schedule of hours asked by the men re quired much thought and careful study and that it would be some days yet before The Famous Gill espie Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice In any oi the Burns to a Clear Gray lib Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG ADMIRE 310 Belie AHSTD WARM AIR FURNACES SOITT PITTS HA UWIMV yviv UQiyrti ah answer would bo In the meantime the men are btcoining very restive and a strike la probable at any momau uot at all Irn nnn JP 233 State Ixuis 916 QJ8 Olive St Mention hit A Jimloui WouldIle AifRMla before 11 oclock Saturday night William ODon aged 20 in company with two young was playing cards in the parlor of the 014 La Konno street when John Vliiuuy rushed And Iu a fit of jcmlinu rago stabbed ODonuell several ttiuun lo and Tho latter drow a rovolvor and tho bul let taking iffcct In Kinnttys orala and oauslng instant ODonnulin wounds aio but not nccojisarlTy Hlull In Uraul NKW rBracm who was arrested at tha Jumos hotel unlay tokgrum from for omboijisllng from Hlclmrd Stralglit by land was aiTaltiiiud in police court Buntluy moru Straight WAS prevent and said ha bail mi desire to proaaouto lilall and he had made mletuke Iu cauiing BU m lie could not Iciir ihsej They Jlouuotxl Uurr Moat had been Illerally advortlsod in Guriuan to address a Socialistic meoting horo Sun day and at the appointed time a small audienco of frowzy foreigners mostly Kussiun and German wore found Assembled at hull to hear drinking bevr and all loudly talk As tho platform to address tbo imatiinx the audience ap pluudod ami then I ho pulioii escorted Most from tho Thuy gave him bait an hour to got out of tho elty under throat of Most then luft tho Tliu Mormon Co n fa run SALT LAKK tho Mormons confunmce Sumluy Guorjjo tnnncn spoko of tho of and wijiioiuUy rugiuillng tho future 80 advanood are Uio minis Ideas that whtm oluor pooplo attompt to follow lhorn they gut lost In tho magni tude of thu He bitllovod thu bwthnn In tho penitentiary would bo more prosperous whoii they got out than If thuy had not got because they could lay had not broken any of I Tlio Chicago Stable NKW cago at one tlmo ono of the most powerful racing stables In went out of existence Balm day All ol Us horses wore disposed of by auction at Morris There wera no fancy prices Thu was that bid foi a brown Terra Cotla went for Liulo and AND Which I will mnko up In tho very LATK8T KA8TKHN mou I all wouldbe Nonu but flood work ITS NO That our STOCK Is the MOST COMPLETE ew Drought to Alton We can show you Something New aa often aa yon oall Hag or Body Art Ilre on un the build ings on the male experimental farm nt Hamllno wore duxtroyo I by llro at 4 oclock Siunday flro was CHimocl by tho oxplosiun of some ohoml iniJ lo tho lack of wator Jily the llro depurlment could do nothing iu tho way of saving tho buildings or their contents v U Violated thi Luttery HAN Postmaster Backus seized Saturdays mall o lltlou of The Dally Alto of Tho City a local Bath had vlolatad the now lottery law by publishing tho details of a gift ochemo devise 1 by Tbo Examiner for tho purpose o Increasing Oampball Culls an Ultra Campbull draftcil a proclamation Mooday Afternoon calling an tixtra Bossion of the genoral insomlly to tako action ou the iiiiarU of public im provement Dado or Lace or I3XT JFLTJGJSfo Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ludioa like to BOO tho Newest and Flnetit In House frequontly The HOWELL FALL 1 AM NOW HICADV TO HJ1JN18U KVKUY MAN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF mi the Htrlku loug and blitur struggle Iwtwoou tlte oigai of this cltand their employen Tho men bold ibBftlug this uvenlug and voted to dooltri tho 1 M TilK MOST HTYUSH   

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