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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  *  VOLUME  Western Desperadoes tured in Chicago.  ONE or THEM RESISTS ARREST,  Ha*  PAPETERIES.  I BOX TAPER. I  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  SOT- Put  up in large *bite~envelope«, IO sheet* assorted, of our best stock, with IO envelop to match. Only 10c per En  velope. Also:  One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelope* to match.    **-----  Only 25c ped box.  These Select and Superior Writing Papers, made and put up espeeiaily for OUR TRADE, include the following popu  lar shades  WHITE, CREAM, P E A C H, BIMBOS  J£  IRISH BOND, ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE.  Our large quantity pun based of these SELECT Goods enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices’ although ail Papeteries have advanced from IA to 25 per cent.  Ibr* Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they are considerable less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality.    ®  O. J. Degfenhart.  -    101    and    lot!    Third    st.,    Alton,    III.  To Relieve a Congii get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at  MARSH’S DRUG STORK  FRANK BUDDE,  RETAIL DEALER IN -o-  Wines and Liquors   Wh#u  • Coapt* of Revolvers Ar* Sh..***! InUr, HI* Nom Ha Hold* Up HU Hand*—A ll Ut.try of th# (Motey Ca rear of lh# Criminals aa th* Cacao Slop* lf oar (ha Man Hero Captor.,I Shrewd IU tact I vat.  Chicago, Oct. ir.—Two desperate criminal.. who for years bars haunt*.! the rocky i>uutu of th# Sierra Madre In California, terrorising travelers and robbing •Iago coachee, were rounded up by detect ires on the west side shortly before 6  0 clock Wednesday evening. The men are known in the Golden aute. where they escaped front the 8an (Quentin penitentiary after a desperate battle with the guards, ae Charles Thorne and George Shinn, while this side of the coset they have passed under enough adawe to dll a fair-elsed directory. Their capture wee effected by J B. J lunies, chief ape. tai of fleer of Wen., Fargo* Ca, In contune-  . Con with the Pinkerton National De tee ti re agency. Shinn was caught in a tumbled down structure fronting en an inviting alley In the rear of 'Alg Jackson •treat, where, under the name of Joe dbonipeot), he has been living with woman. Thorne was caught In front of  **; ?  0ur, *y •twat. a narrow t little thoroughfare that rune from Blue island avenue to Center avenue.  ■'Hold Up Your Hand.!"  Ae the detectives approached him he seemed to know instinctively what their  Ti**' * nd L  J Y°* p,n « **«* 'against  1 ^  pil *’ cached for a pair of heavy rn* shooters that be carried under hie coat.  # But he was not quick euougb Two revolvers were glittering under his   an,! lhe  *•"> com maori, Hold up your bander Bounded in his ears. Hie hands weut ap like a flash end while .roe of the detectives relieved him of th# dangerous maist ornaments the other kept him covered et close range Then he wee handcuffed, thrown in a convenient cab, and driven rapidly to the mysterious retreat that Pinkerton main-tains for bad men. Shinn was caught With leas trouble, He woe unarmed, and when the office retold him he was want#.] be submitted without a word.  Twe Very Had Mea.  Both men are tall, and evidently at one  »»«•«■»*»• and well built, but years of inrprlaoonieot and confinement have reduoed them to mere physical wrecks Of the two Thorne Ie the older ai d hie criminal record the ”** f '  rom  boyhood he associated with the moat desperate gangs lo the far westerni mount ains and engaged In daring exploits, whose recital woald  BIO CRASH IN MICHIGAN.  Fallers el H. a Taters, the Millionaire Uab«rats of Mar. I st ae.  M.M.TU,     (Wt    u     p,,,,,  himThl, I. th, blg.Mt cr..h lo the state tor many years, and comes from  • source least expected. Mr. Peters was  the leading spirit la a soc re of big enterprise!, and waa a baron In the lamber and I salt trade. The assi parent la made to  A M Henry, of Dstr4t* a brotbei-ln law of ex Governor A.ger, and covers millions '   W  ° f pro P f * rt r The fall a re  *1 * bn far reaching in its elects Mt-iu*  * Co. lumbermen; Dunham * t o of  bank JVi? ’ *"!  th “  K,flh   STX «. **  cl * r  ‘""rested  in the collapse. A Mil of sale on a half lutereat in th« wholesale grocery firm of  Hied Thursday morning by R (}    [>.*,„  in favor ofC. ii. Davison of Detroit. The  tert ti?'    • od w ««iven to pro  tect the Detroit National bank and Governor Alger.  Ovor the Remains of the Justice Miller.  Late  THE INTERMENT TO BE AT KEOKUK.  A Veritable Nemesis.  Chicago Oot IT.-Mrs Henrietta Klein mens had her husband arrested for • he thirty-third time Werine«d*y. Kl em mens when he married la said to have po*"*eoed 110,0110. Now he hasn't a cent. He charges that hie wife Meandered the money in extravagant living and also had an awful faacinatloo for expensive law suite Vt erlueeday's arrest was for the sieged abduction of her daughter Kl*-rn mm* found the child running on the street, e othed her aud wot her to a bwtMlng house. The child is now at the House of I he (do. el Shepherd Justice Mahoney dismissed the case.  Flreg aa from Ambash.  NEW Orlkans, U„ Oct. 17.—Superintendent of Pol toe D. C. Heaneeey was Ared upon at the comer of Basin end Girard streets Wednesday night by three oon-cmlet asea aal na end fatally wounded.  rn attacked he retreated, ami. drawing his plat nj, let tirneil th* Are, but soon *»Mfc on a doorstep nm--n artou* A pri vale watchman ran up and fired or the a son sal na, but he retrva-e I when they fired in rviurn and sent a bullet through his T? r ‘ * lh ® "•■"'"ins then disappeared Mr. lienaeney had six ballet wounds in the abdomen and death resulted In hp u re  Tbs justle*, et in* Harems C art Aet •• Honorary Pall Hearer*-President Harrison jnd Ilia Cnbinot Atton.l tbs nervines— Pnnoral of Es-Seers tory al War llal hiiap — lbs Bemata* Inlarrad In Arlington Cemetery.  Washinutox City, Oct. 17.-The funeral of Justice 8 untie! F. Miller, of the supreme court, i.mk place Thursday Bervie#* were held at the house at S  o'clock in the presence of the ju-tioe and a»-ociHi« justices of the court, the fem ‘i. of the deceased and a few family fruits, after whit i the remain* were conveyed to thec-ipltol and taken to lh* rupr. im. coart room Mr. Mil *r’< fo-mvr associate* on the bench arling aa hon ‘-rary pallbearer*. The president an the member* of the cab.net allen ted the funeral The errvic** in the atap-erne court room conducted by fc.v Bu K 8hlp|*n, assisted bv Dr. B Art I att el •his city were very impressive. The ram fly of ibm late as- -:u'c J mi Ice and al moot all of the jurti-cs of .J,* supreme court, eocompanteri .he remains to Keo  vt a* W     * U1     ‘"ten*!,    leavlug  « ashing tent at ...kl ikiiral^ u.ght  COAL  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at live minutes notice in auy ot the city. Burna to a Clear Gray Aah, no Clink's or Cinders. Beat Soft Coal In West.  the  hard coal  gen. belknap buried.  Army  • few  recital woald furnish ma lanai for mot* than on* yellow back  novel nj, fl m  escp^d at  Urn.* th*  Ant one that landed him In Jell, waa the robbery of a stage In the Yosemite valley lo conjunction with a bend of the worst cut throat* that ever Infested Cnllforula’s mountains. The stage wee, in the per lance of detectives, a •‘ringer ’—that la, its passengers were composed entirely of •Tined men. who had been sent out in anticipation of a raid by  Dvteleattee of a Library.  Ming koo.v, Mieh., Od. 17.-The dedication of lh* Berkley library took place We.lnva.lay, The exert law. at the oprre house mere attended by a large and enthusiastic audience. Thorns* W Pal ump pie*idem of the Columb.au ripo.it,o U ,’  delivered en address, nod J. H, 8vs.„, of  Cb lingo, to] owed with brief remark* A retry line musical programme wa* carried A public rejeptiou waa held Wed ne sd ny evening. TI** libra rf coe Ilia OU), and contain* PIA,wxi worth of testes I he founuer, Mr I lie* ley, hts |5fS.n«> for a book fund.  •leo glveu  the road agents.  Three Terns* la See quando.  So when Thorne and hie crew undertook to stop u they got a reception that rec .lured the hand to Just one aum. That man was Thorne, and he was so badly riddled with bullet# that ba was captured and placed in irons without resistane*. Ile went to Mat. Quentin after • brief trial. Subsequently he served two other term* lu 1HTN be left the prison, went to Hen Francisco, where he remained until he met another daepera lo named Patter boo, whoa* scquaintat.ee he had formed la the prison. They quickly formed an stilt-enc* whose aim wa* to rob stage ooachee •ad commit any other form of orim# that would yield booty. Their Aret assay was   OOMh  *•*• .la City On board the coach waa a banker named W*. F. Cummings ef Moor* * Flat, who waa traveling lo the capacity of guard ovsragotd brick valued at ft <uul The robbers chose the bleakest, narrowest and moat uninviting spot In th* mountain* es th* piece to do th* job It wa* piece from which the *tag* could not es. cai* them, so when It roiled up to their rvndrsvous and they politely commanded the driver to hold up his hands Im obeyed without a word.  Impersonal#*! HI* Itrotber.  flit ami, K trine, Mich., Oct, IT.—John Bingnam, who was arrest# I several w,-, k* •go for imparsonating his brother to ob * • pension. pleaded guilty la the lulled States court Wedne-day and we* iwn ten ted to hard labor at tbs Detroit bouw, of correct km for tw-, years. Big ham * fraud was one of th* boldest im agmabie. He secured the piper* of hi* brother, who served in the war and had been dead two years, assumed hi* name •n.l not only obtained a pension, but sea admitted aud lived for over a year at tim •obiter* bota*.  kipitMion at rn St aal Hnr.rt.  C't-kVKLAvp, Ohio, On. IT,—An explo-M°n of a hew enter steel retort at the Otis iron and Hteei o’clock Thursday morning. Injuring flfieen men, three of whom are hurt aer! oii*ly. V\ atef in t bs converter the .-suer of th* accolent  ©ocurred works at ft  pipe waa  Two hundred men were at work in th* factory A small explosion first gave warning before the  big oo# took place tm. hundred ton. of  molten a tea I were seal tared over the place  A Ar# started, but waa checked before  , gr !£. 1     was    dona Tbs total low.  is TK UUU  POR  —O AGENT  ANHKUHKH'H HOI  TLK!) HEER.  Goods deli vt* rod to any part of the city free of chnrgt* Southeast cor Der of Belle and Fourth tie., (Raible’e old stand.) Altun, III.  Choice Brtndf of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Fall Styles.  .Latest Novelties iii  SCARFS, TIES, WOOL mid DHE88 SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR and HATH.  SUITS Made and Mat iaf(teflon  to Order at IteaNonable Price*. Guarrniiteed, tai  Perfect PH  BRUEGGEMAN BRO  s.  Artistic Tailors and FiirulMherH.  DR. GROSVENOR^ ■ ■  M Bellcatp sic  PLASTERS.  TMS BIST POROUS PLASTERB IM TMK WORLD.  RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK, &c.  M casts st UraWU,    ii    HOMY    KNOR    *    MICU    AHUM* Martas, Mart  A Flashy Man Mar4arad.  Mr. Cummlnga, however, was sot so arg ii lect* ut An old frontier cam paigncr and accuetomwl to meet danger in every form, he determined to protect bls treasure with hie life Jumping from bl* coach with a six-ahooter in either hand br opened Are on the robbers. Pat teraon’e left leg wa* shattered by the Aret ballet, bot Thorne escaped unharmed. Before Mr. Cumming* coaid Are attain Thor ne had sent a bullet craal mg through hi* brain. Th* brave banker fell dead in hi* tracks The other passenger* in (hi* coach oner* too badly frightened to go to th* aid of their heroic companion, end a hail Thorne ordered them to climb out Into the road and line up for i»«(»*o Ibm they acquiesced without a word. Owing to Patterson’s fearful injury th* robber* satisfied the,nasi Tea with taking only tbs 17,000 gold bar.  Fatter.,>u (.eta MI* Dos#ria.  A few month* after this exploit both mao were arrested lo Han Francisco Their trial was brief Patterson va* hanged becense nearly all (be im*-tiger* of the coach swore that ba fired th* fetal shot sud Thorn* was sent to Ban Quentio for life. A more recklessly desperate charge never fell Into tbs hand* of prison authorities He made repeated attempt* to escape, but waa not eueoaaaful until 1387, when, In company with Shinn, who waa serving a fifteen year term, ba teaks through the guard lino* Over a bu od rad shote were fire-1 et the pair aa they darted up a eld* road leading to th* mountain*, bat they were not hit Pursuit was he-guu within ten minutes, end, though it wa# costumed for weeks, th* men reached tits mountains, with whoa* (astore*#* Thorne woe perfectly acquainted.  A rh Howls. I g«-,| Their Identity.  Within two month* after their flight a stage was h-M up and robbed of everything valuable it contained Thee came the mw* of another robbery; thee a third. Iu ever} caw two men were described a* the robbers. I hora* end Shinn were Instantly art down by tbs author! ties es the bandits They suddenly .IU-appears-1 from the mountains sad the marauding ceased Mr. Home who had been on their trail onremitiingly, own eluded that they had gone mu, and efts*  A long search located Lien, la Chicago  Gal ag I* Hor »w lusn.l Oar fora.  Wash I MOTON CITY, Ort. It-Col. Charles J. -Murphy, of New York, has beau ap Mated spscl.il ag*-ut of th* department of agricultor# In Europe, for special doty In regard to the u»« among Europeans of Omro aud corn product*, and to prweut to Europeans th* availability of that cereal for h icai nu food purposes -Secretary Rusk c     l ® 1 * 1     *    Pro.*' wndervlanding of  lbs edible value of corn ta its many at I r»ciIv# forma would graatly Increase its uw among th* people of Europe tor this purpose.  Officer* wad Fromlneat Official* Take Part la th, Cs rem ..ate,.  W AsntnoToM Crrr, Oat 17 -G*o Belk nap’s funeral took place from HL John’s j church at half past IU o'clock Thursday morning, Long before the remain* ar rivtd the church was crowded. The re niain* escorted by Uiilon veteran , G A H veterans, and the Third Ambler) band, followed by th* family and frieud* arrived at the church promptly at half. past IO lbs casket waa borne by nix non commlrelonHtiofflc re of the «rt.l»rrv  • ii In full uniform, followed by th., hon •"■ary pall-lear*n. and n-UUvaa A. in. iv main* rn,-re brought Into ibeci urrt, the choir sang %e«|. Kindly Ughl •  • ter which Dr Douglaat aasiste I bv It, v   M V Jwh,, M K  McKee*,  i i hi ^    • M<1 M * r * " «• *d  read the Episcopal funeral ssrvies*.  Items t* th* Tomb.  The casket waa the,, pi.,aal , n  Ut* hear*,-and preceded by the Or md Army of th. Hep,,bile XHd Guard.” and followe.) »,y „ l«rg* pruees.nm of friend*, was uke, lo Arling,,,,, rsiiirtery where the rem*!,,-were plawKl in Mr test resting pleas lbs honorary pall baar, r* were ttocreUry  Nobte, ex-Post master funeral CresswgiL Ova Im'.ram aw-it a it secretary of war, lien ( yr us Ituarey, a.Ut ant sec, aiery of the lathier; Gen listed,*,ic, Ova. It. ne., Of*. Vincent, (ten ||. A lk,yi,u.„ of Th* v  n     onj    me rd a I Gag tt#; Oen. W  u^ ,, o fo,n,ll * n<,  in-eblef of ti #0 A. R tiailet Killwmrn, bena or Marnier son, and ' two mrrnhers of tbs local region. A large number of army ami navy ..ffirer* and prominent public officials, and many well knows citlaeus of Washington attended be funeral and followsd .h* remain, of the soldier and exH* bi net officer to lbs grave  In nil  Price*.  Mize*, Delivered at Lowest Market Qualify I nsurpassed,  DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  rKLKlMlONK 84 ANO 21.  THE OMAHA  KOH Bl RNING a,AL, COBK OH WOOD.  Combined Coal  IT Hah kvkky Moi,Kits ating. T * t*rs eminent  -TBF. ONLY FKItFECT—  and Wood Cooking  oft mating FHrfVriiJmTdV;,' N ,,i A / rt ’ J",    ^    *  Pa rd a a rd p, ig* President.  VVahtijkoTox ClTT. Oct. I? -Th# preei dent Thursday granted parduoa to Hen nett ami Garrett Clawson, convicted in Arkansas of larceny and sentence-1 lo In, prison ment for two yvare on bapt 17, I MNP •Ho «o Arthur W. .street, on,Vici,-d lo Illinois of viola,ton. of the Internal rev •aa# law sod fined ll,ORI and  c , a’s Tm-president tifu*ed to pardon Hugh R f ).1*n, Wjovicted ti. Alabama* f violation* of the internal rewire# law anil sealer d Rcpt, 'n leo year* I rn prison rn ut aud a Ane of Hun Th*  Hoden ie an old  PITTS & HAMTT.T.,  Stove Made.  ' FraUb, amooMreae* this Elegant Stow Stands  Sol© A^entw.  FALL GOODS!  pre.,den t **ys that offender aud I oat Ute puni*l,meat ta Bot tun severe.  Fref*red T# H* Punished at Ham*.  Loxfiox, Ort lf-Th# detachment of th* Ea«t Hurray regiment which was re rn ly or-1 ared from Guernsey to India an I which at Aret refused to obey th# or der. sri «d from Fort«m >uth for India W cl,,*--lay. Th - •mhorkation of th* lr...pa was market by no disorder. Th. men said they obj •< *#,| to doing foreign •srvie#, sad wilfully misbehaved thinking they would be punished in England,  •nu preferring loimdergo pQQlfktntat  btrt thrn* to domrvim in In lim.  Itifht Mph llrttliy l»(Jtir#4ls  PtTTBM’ha, Ort IT.— An antient ne curred at Moot bead, .VI, (’team- f, C«.*a blast furnace, at Hohoe, about V o'clock Tburetiay afterruMtn, frtiiitlug In th* sari mu injury of sight workmen, two family. Th* men were engaged Iii drawing ,«,ke from tbs ovens when th* hot dust blew out, enveloping the emirs party, tut Maid and Johii Hughes were burned alnuwt Im yotnl raongui iou. They are still living. bat will die Peter Kith.ney, Kred,rat Baker and tour Hnagartaa*, whose name* cuti la Hoi bu U « rued,    iliu  hut ued  badly  •hrgard’s Advt** ta Pa III aer.  N«W Yokx. Ort IT-Col Kfilott f. «h*papJ regret., la Wednesday after noon’s Issue of Th# Mail And Ka press, to learn that Joseph PulitMr ha* been compelled, through serious physical and mental disability, to eorrender th* editorial management of Th* New York World Col. Bhepard adds that be-can wish orth lng better for him la this th* hour of hie melancholy misfortune, than hie im nm dint# sad full seaplane* of th# gospel of Jaeu* Christ."  A Politician Maim!b-ugrd.  Mamsfikld. Ohl^ Ort ll t « f g,  A . c. Cummin*, one of the mort prominent lh-mm retie poliiklans in (hi* part «.f Ohio, sud a very clo** frieud of 8#astor Bins, wa* a md bagge I <>„ lo w.-r .Ham *t resit between 3 and 4 o’clock ih„r%.|ay uiorutng. Ile wa* robbed of a va.ii*>.,* gold watch, an overcoat, the content* of hi* vail* and soma niou -y || w  wa- on hi* way home fiom (tommlni-. where he had lawn Matching th* extra se—mi    Af  IO JU a rn Thurwisy morning he was still uuc >ns iou  ANO  ANOTHXR U/t OW  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES,  JU*T Bitt KIYKD FOK  FALL WE A Ft.  ALMO A FIBK UXI OF  riot Ii for Overcoats  FOB FAU. AMX) WI*TXM  E. L. BORCKMANN.  ITS NO SECRET.  Ti,at oar STOCK ie Ute MOST Wa eau show yon Something New i  COMPLOTS ever artarin to altern  • often as you oall lug  At templed Asssssl,,alloo.  Gai.cea, IIL, Ort. IT -Aa attempt to aasaasinate Mary Mao ne man, daughter of H*n Man n^ rn sn, a prominent farmer of 8in*i()*wa Win, jear this city, waa made Wedoeeday night while th# young lady wa* returning home 'rom a Catholic church fair w.th a party of friend* Miss Man ne rn an received a ball fruit, an ordinary stead revolver behind th* right ear and th# wound, while a bad on*, will ma result fatally. No motive I* assigned fog tbs deed  ll a*, uh I. villein I J, lte»«M*l tv tat It,  VV a mu xu rn a City, O.t. 17 -Treasurer Huston return#-1 to Waahiugton Wednee day He authorised a United Pre#* re pre aeutatlve to stats that he bad art iieeo tendered th* position of assistant secrets ry of th# treasury ami that It would he indelicate to state what action he would uke until it had I wen tendered him He would say. however, that if his nam, had been brought to the attention „f  pr *, Went Id con nee (ton with the vacant as atetant secretary sh ip. it bol been without his consent  Dilia* awd CP Brise la Parte  J’ABii.Oet. 17—Messrs. William O'Brien sod John Dillon, who succeeded Is evading the Irish police last week with the intention of preceeding to America to lay  the cause of Ireland before th* people of that country, and who arrived at Cherbourg Wednesday, reached this city  Thursday morning.  _    CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Body Brasse la,  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Hag or Hemp.  IAT CURT a ttvto.  Dado or Blain,    Lace or Portier.  TINT RUGS!  fur .Maquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  J** 11 **  like     Naweat    and    Fmr-st    la  r.MMit-e. way Ut ne** thorn ie to whether you wish to buy or not.   A  „ I Hooon DeoomUooj. TM  nil froqucuUy at any Bald bilsh q>aaflr  A. J. HOWELL  Ineendlary Fires.  WAC 1X1. WI*, Ort IT.—Three tncen-dtery fire* Tuesday night destroyed the barn* of A I’tp-r. F Knivger, ani W, Hooch#, all Hviiig astr Berry villa.  Pertagweee Are Hsrg ta Please.  I.iii, in, fie! |7 -Ti# new ministry hots*’I*'i tory fK**|i brr |i,r r audit baller*.! that It wiJPfc  the imv * «»(sis  ■al Dews ss Miss Ayblt  I lh --roN, Get. lf -«ev#r*i members of the board of aidermoo Tareday night wit-lieese-t tbs partormsnr* of tbs ’’Clemen orau C «se" at th# l'*rh I hast re. and os a result the management of the theatre were notifled yesterday that their license ha# been revoked.  Jap*! after settling  At the auntie! co resit lion of the Car-ri-g# Max-re’ Maori ti.*., in se-aion in Chicago, Grant H, U-trruw*. of Ciorio-nall. was VV o need ay ak Cai president of fit# oivauix iii-.n  FALL SUITS.  I AM NOW BEADY TO Ft ItKUtH BY BBY MAX IB ALIXMf WITH A a  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  FAD* FP »M ( Lotus |BKLKCTkt» KspfCIALLY Voffi*|  fall WEAR.  CL”. IX rug MOST STI LISK M AXNKit,  ^VlTitlx Perfect  AXD  Pit,  At  Figures th a will Please AU.  H. C Cr. Moritz   

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