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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALT Y TELE PH VOLUME TUESDAY OCTOBER have had manufactured for pur Special Trade by one of the leading Paper Mills in the EAST a f LATEST and The Ever POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS HOX Matchless Goods are now under and will reach about 10 have cut deen into tha prices of our present and offer you same at MR OWN FO r I AND FOH TUB USK Of TT ERS OF TOE all our goods are open to your and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in Plain DEMITS 101102 Third PIANO AND UiopstlCk Lulli Fly Away Gortrudo Dream Impatience Hanjo In Lange JaofeFrosts Moment Playful Uusslan Grand Star ot Affection Showerol Uoses Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND 1MSTUUMKNTAL IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 ExSecretary of War Belknap Suddenly FOUND DEAD IN HIS Thu Inquest That the Immvillnte Cuiue of IIIn Death Win of dio Short bltutoli CareerJimUoe Miller Still UiHmiiMiloui itnd Hlii Dunth Mo nienliirllv WASHINGTON Will Iftin exsecretary of was found dead in morning In his room in the Evans building on Now York in this The room In which he was found Joined his office and only occupied by the general during hid wifes absence from iho Bclknap was Inst seen alive Saturday night about midnight when lib was on bis way to in excellent lira who la ju New York city was of her husbands sudden The coroners inquest showed that the general suffered from fatty degeneration of heart and that the Immediate cause of his dwh was in flumatlon of the A Sketch of Ills I William Worth wns born in iu 183R He graduated at Princeton college in 1843 and 1851 he removed to where he practiced served through the beginning his service os major of an Iowa regiment and at the brevotad In bo wn PPointed secretary of llns office he retained during Grants second adminitration until when iu cousiquence of charges of official corruption he resigned He was impeached and tried before the senate for receiving bribes for the an pomtmont of post traders and was ac Sf Kespoot to HIa The news of the sudded death of ex becretury Bclkuap was received at the were department with genuine Belknnp n very popular official when he was at the luiid of the war de The usual uvirks of respect was paid to his memory by tinwar de The department will he closed on the day 01 his It will also be tlraped in mourning for thirty days Act ing Secretary of War Grant will isauu thja official order as soon t he funeral ar iangemontrt are CAUQHT IN THE An Unvreleomu Interruptionto fcoiloiiBte 1 wng quite a Sfreno behind the turtafn during the prr formanceof Carmen Snitirday nfr tho Holiday Street of tlie cast Is ft young mnn whose nattio Is but who Is son of Bignor Kings ley was unfortnimro it Is to have fallen In love with ana the pair Miiiton with each Kiuilul the mother or Hie ptltc happened to catch Kinsley fondly hiiKuluK and otjur It No She asked Kinsley why he was em bracing hor and the young ac for want of a better replied that he WHS doing it for That kind of fun did not suit Kim ball Sev eral members of the company ossert that she squared off and struck tho love u la tho her clinched and Injury to Insult by at once discharging him from the com Klmbail gives a somewhat different version of the She says she him because of a boast ho would make love to and marry He Spends the Day Quietly at His Old HIS ARRIVAL AT nt It i NoOnu thfi Depot Ex Purty Cliurnii un llu But HE MARRIED BENEATH n Swlndior and She Only Thomas Seflon applied to Attorney of this for assistance In so liciting aid from her who she claims is one of the delegates to the iron and institute from Great Brit Her hUhband is now serving a years sentence iu the county w rklmiise for al leged swindling connection with the National Building and association Ciist Oir Uy tliu Old The woman is in destitute circum and was unable to flml her al leged fa her she cast off her husbnud at tho time of their mar saying that she was unedu nud not fit to be tlio of his Tlie secretary of the institute ac knowledged the correctness of the woman s story except a to the The latter he would not HOLOCAUST AT THE END IS NOT But Catalogue on Applica or Mailed FltEE to any Third and Piasa Ills To Relieve a Cough get Throat or Syrup Tar and or White or Any Medecine You at KSHS DRUG STORE Little Change In the Condition of Jimtloo WASHINGTON Millers family and u number of friends were anxious watchers at bis bedside all through the expecting thit the end might come at any But lit tle cbnnue iu the sick mans condition wus during the His sturdy constitu ion seemed to continue the un equal struggle against death long beyond the time It was thought possible for him to survive the fatal In an Unoonscloni Monday morning his breathing was so rupid nnd difficult that his death was mo mentarily His face showed plainly the wellknown marks of paralys being out of natural shape and orccl by tho diffusion of Uncon and propped up In bed with the organs of respiration filling with phlegm It was felt Hint bi vitality could not much longer lesist strain and that the end must come At 4 Monday Justice Miller was still Four Lost PlreA Womans JHglmul a flre in tho Put nani on Adams Sunday Thomas of New Or a barber In the Tucom i building Kirk a Pinkerton man and pperator on the open hoard of trade formerly of both of Whom have aivl Etward Peyton acoJoTHd were burntl to Mrs Minnie tho wife of Charles the bartender for Graff at 103 Adams was badly burned half leaped from her window to the She horribly bruised and and I only a few hours in great HIT husband reached the groun I safely with their child after vainly for Her body will be taken to for Her husband Is prostrated with FRANK The Supreme Court WASHINGTON 14 The Octo ber term of tho United States supreme court opened The court met at but owing to the critical coodi Mlllor ftt DRINK WAS HER KETAIL DEALER IN AGENT FOR BOTTLED tn Goods delivered to any part of the city free of Southeast cor ner of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Fall ISTovelties in WOOL and DllESS BL AOK U NDERWE A R and SUITS Mndo to Order at ItoasuiuUilu Perfect Fit ana Satisfaction ut BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors and Furnishers Butalile of n Now Yoik WonittD at New R after noon at tho foot of the forty steps on tho a well dressed woman was found under the influence of She was taken to the police station and was re leased at She declined to give her name on account of her Chief of Police Turner took her to Marys where she the She begged everybody to keep the niatter private for her husband and childrens Nn one seemed to know She claimed Unit reason she went to tho Cliffs wai localise her hnshanj refused to let hrr inio her own Monday lifeless remains of the woman were found near the where she wa discovered Her head and knee Wore badly out and It Is supposed tha she threw herself from the embanktnon while in a despondent She provec to be the wife of Walter a wel known Now York She was only 28 years of Her husband was made acquainted with tho sad details at noon Charged with ami NEW Walter one of the most famous experts On was arrested hero M nday on two Indictments charging him with lar ceny and His arrest is the se of GnMilton Llttleueld In B on Thursday last Both are charged with being In collusion for the purpose of extorting money from Josephine a Wealthy Cu whoso son is awaiting trial for the murder of ex Judge Clinton Kcynolds some months Littlefleld secured from StephanI on the pretext that he could get her son released on a plea of Fleming was appointed on tho commission to inquire into tho mental condition of yoiing Ste Before the murderer was de clared Insane It Is charged he received money from tho At 11 In thr hlil l in uml A Ho rijilnn in n presidents trip fri m Lai in WIIM The chief executive rose iibrint nn hour after the train renched and about 7 oclock Sundiiy morning U McKee put in an appearance ami were warmly greeted these and reporters there was no 0110 to welcome the distinguished having been hu truest soon as the re iviriers wera admit ed to ilia cur tho president inquired for uewa from anil when the Information still Ijvud win Imparted to Shim iy the parly deburkiid from thu the president going to the home bin Mr the president drove to his oH the First Presby and occupiDd hl pew with Secre tory Tracy and uuJ The church was both became of the presidents UBcaune tue ban t stn and to the church of class of A Dilve About the At he conclusion of the sermon holy communion was received by tlie congre In which Prudent HnrrUon par At the c of theory Ices the 11 lime iu front of the church excimngiiiu with many old aiout H and pleasant l Pirty TOM driven After repnirH in parlor Miakrn bv a large numlar of Kx Sunntll Joseph E lllHlllt 3 o clock and took Tracy for drive about the and Mrs followed noun after aHuorcdriVB mistaken the Mcliee which was t thrown opaii and mm uVlocic throngod with called inform ally on President At 10 oroik the prejidotitliil jinny was to tlu car and shortly iificrward for tue The start fur made at 0 oclock Monday At AiuUmon nnd The readied AIIUTKIM A large crowd was in waiting ut lie station Mayor Terhune UKpresident who made a elusion of the remarks mayor introduced Secretary uiil a moment later tfu train d wast ho first stop UH r AiiUihnii presidents train urrivnl u T48 An was the Mayor Kills liitrodiictfd iho praii the party ut Mnncle anj iioc It to where he introduced the president to tho largo crowd wiuca had assembled They Tumiil On I In 14 I he of tho Sons of E W received a u from the commander of this Co of wiylng ibat h would suspend all panic patodIn the Kline the pim and ihe Sons o Veterans can not participabo In Nut Withstanding this ordor the Sons of Vet erans turned out In Saturday morn Ing to welcome the THE SOUTH The Famous Gillesple Soft COAL de livered at flve minutes notice in any ot the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Mann 310 Belle TJSUSFELONE 84 FOR BURNING COKK OK TIIK ONLY IEKFKOT PITTS HA PLASTERS THf MltT POROUII PLASTCR8 IM THI WORLDT aas KIDNEY LAME UROMVitNOU ft M VERDICT POR THE A Peoullar Cine nnd Ieonllar Defence ut peculiar cose with peculiar defense came before tlie court In tliU cltr James arrcated for breaking Into a unloon and Btoiillug a quantity of beer and He wag caught In tlie act and placed In The grand Jury found an ludlet nient for hurglary and he was placed on The case was fully proved by the iroHocntlon the act was not denied but the defense setup the plea that as the cllliisor keeping of spirituous contrary to and was a orliiie the net of tuklui the goods was no Tim Jury deliberated only hulf au hour when It returned n verdict for tue defend ant and hi wns He WHS Imme tlaloly renrruBtud on UIM cliurao of atoal tUe which contained the I he win vlriually ad mlMwl In tiiKLlie will In bo luvil dr ae Kwil I r i O M Ilio throuah freight it U oclock Sun day iiiornliiK wreukeil near H ni Ho 0 iiini tin i J Tin uedaui w hy Illg f i i ir Im le I Wil ii n H ill the rack i utnii iiinti j inn tue trihi I ii It VrufUHnnr AuHtlu riiulps BAII Austin the famous And over futbor of Elizibuth Stuart Is dying here of He has been stopping uere ut hiH cottnge for some time and Ntricken Saturday He liau never Wu Iu health since the famous Atidovor coiitroveray the excitement niul mutitul greatlr depleted his Tho olil doctor was born in Alms and gwluiued from tlie Unlvorslty of Penn He entered tha Amlover Theo loglpul nnd vnis admitted to the nilnlstry In 1844 He afterward accepted the chair of professor He u the author of many standard works on theo literature and Both uls wife and daughter oooupy exalted places In na tional It Ii a Tliruofornerotl Colored Citizens Protective leauu of the Klghth district of VlrglnU hero Saturday for the of naming a llepublloan oanaldate for Magnus Hob editor of Tho Waokly Uadur pre William A of Alex andria wan nominated The Republican candidate WHS tha last colored Judg of eloiuloii who bold olfloe In this Tho leitguj empowered Editor Uoblnson to draft an lUdresn to tho neo Tim political In thu Eighth dis trict will lie lietwtoii and present congressman Frank Hume Inde pendent William Carter Straightout HU Crow FeeUiid II m Kya lew days ago ex Alderman John Ktiidi a crow AUd preseuted it to Frldny afternoon bis sou Will 7 years In vited party of playmates to oome over with him and Inspect his new The crow was taken from the cage at tho sug gestion of all the uid placed In a through the cover of which u hole bad been As Willie loaned over this peering In at the It struck him In the eye with Its destroying bis NKW Mlllor and Writ wives of tho mmi who are ao CUMMI of Mwliiilllng Kngllxh Investors out of woro 1 from by Juduu HarroH and fttoly rriirreatoii by the Unitod uttiiK ujttradiUon ItIlegluii In u Miiiiniir Thwt lull Tliut It 14 Friday nigh In the town of Ktrslmw Judge Mr the against was burnt iu The demonstration was par ticipated In by a large number of Kcdhot speeches were muile ugHlnai the and Haskell was de In Wlllinmsburg county Fri at the homo of the nominee for secretary of state on tho Has Kelt a meeting of the executive committee wan Harper to gether with other of the move was IndepondiiilUm was worse than and these HO called Democrats had stolen tho livery of heaven to horvu ihe devil One Ilipur lor In the mean 11 mi Judge Haskell Is di recting the and oomo from and othe counties that ho Is gaining friends hour Ihe Columbia Dully hovlng the largest circulation in this olty cam over to Huskell and enjoys tb distinction of being tho only papor In th state on that In a day or two It 1 probable that the Hepubllcaustate exeou tlve committed will bold a meeting ant Indorse the Schilling Kndonet thu lleiinou LHW the Liibor partys nominee for congress in the Milwaukee In an address before Ubrral league strongly Indorsed tho No German be idiould object to his ohjld receiving a part of his education In as a child educated In both Gor man and English had more aud better op portnuliUs In life than the child edu cated only in one ur Cuufettud Illi Har the negro who iixsHwInaled Mayor Lewis at Krldny Is In Jail here aud madu a He now says that he alone did tljirahoot The motive or killing ho was to prevent his furthar Interfer euco With the dlvorcu he has Instituted against Jxiwls wav looking after the InuresiH of Harris FALL GOODS ANOTJIKtt LOT Of WOBCESTERS JUST KECKIVED FOB AND ALSO A FINE UNK Of Cloth for Overcoats KOH AKD ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton We can show ou Something New as often as you call u with tho ditult coniicciion of the organ ut JUIIIDK cuthtninil buiiilay night caused tho Instrument tob ui short tho mid die of a hymn when wns hiiir i ol n ni ami lliucin BlltfUlillll III hu WBS dono vury a was Bag or Body BrussolH Art Dado or Laco or Smyrna OrieiitaL Oil Wire and Cocoa HOWELL FALL I AM NOW UKAlJv TO JiUJIKIMII KVKHV ALWW WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADK IHm KfllICCIALLY IS TIIK JIOKT STYM8II At Figures n AM Please GK Morita   

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