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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME FRIDAY NOVEMBER 189CK THE LATEST CRAZE TILED A new and Interesting game1 THE POPULAR Possessed remarkably fascination for roiwa and be play 1 lly tno author of It is equally interesting to children as well as adults and is learned to play in three 1 The great Military Game Should be every We also carry in stock the ever popular Prog essive Table Ring Improved and a varteiy of other iriteresMng and pleasing Board Puzzles Puzzles Puzzles The The The MOST PUZZLDfG famous GYPSY d teresting and Fascinating Puzzle yet be seen and tried to be Only HERES THE POCKED A Race Game for YOUNG and Game of Only a fascinating and exciting DJ2AXJ5R I3ST Picture Fancy 101 and Third and Piasa o IF YOU NEED The Clever Work of a Former Bank TWtNTYFIVt THOUSAND That In the Sintg Little Fortune He Got by Signing tho Name of a Bank Cnnhler to a Money Sent from New York to nnd Handed Over to the Itnioal by the a If you would a young man living at 204 Cen tral was employed in the Flour City bank until when he was Wednesday afternoon Marks went to the Western Union Telegraph of fice and sent a message to the National Bank of of New York the correspondent of the Flour City asking It to send by express to the Flour City bank In ond signed to the dispatch the namoof William Augustus cash ier of the Flour City Surprised the Thursday morning Marks went to the American Express and upon the arrival of the packaKe of money from New York signed for took the money and robbery and for gery was discovered when Cashier Waters received Thursday mornings mail and found In it a letter from the National gank of Commerce advising him of the money Waters was taken com pletely as he had not ordered the He sent at once to the express office to learn whether the money was said the money had been given to Marks as it was supposed he was still connected with the Looking for It was then that the forgery and rob bery was Word was sent to police headquarters and Chief Hayden immediately started out with officers of the bank to work on the In a short time the entire detective force was looking for At the American express of fice the officials stated that they had been told by the deteclives to say nothing about the Cashier Waters stated that never before had money sent by ex press to the bank leen delivered to a rep resentative of the The money pack ages were always sent to the We send money to thu express office by mes said but the ex press company should have delivered money for us at the An JnduHtrioitM Young Murks is 34 years He entered the service of the Flour City buuk at the age of 1J years and rose to the position of note His Industry and capability were recognized by the officials of the and about two years ago he was not discharged for any dishonest Through the influence of Joseph a friend of the Marks a posi tion was given the young man as travel ing salesman for the firm of Moore clothing North Paul Marks was never considered successful in selling goods and his salary was THE HOLY dang of Had Mlehlgnn lluyi Broken Up fay tho GRAND The Holy Terror gang was broken up by the The terrors were seven stnnl all of respectable who had rigged up nn old shed as their nnd In It shared a lot of stolen within the past month from stores ami Tbe shanty was supplied with old furni all The were covered with obscene and a bnshol of were found besides a lot of pipes and Bob ngeil was ohfofttae and word among the others was Their of They had a typewritten code of rules hung among them being If any Ter ror enter the Shanty xrith muddy he is fined 1 cent If lie dout mind the he is Suspended five Days If any Terror he is fired If he dout divide his Sweets and Solid he Is John aged failed to was fired and then The bdys aro now locked up aud their parents are pleading for their ubt the most in Ining like Must ROBBED OF A MINT OF A Chicago Millionaire Very Carelou with John a real estate mitn at 856 South Hal stead drove up in his buggy Wednesday to Armour Millers meat at the corner of Peoria aud Ful ton Under the buggy seat was a tin box containing mort and other papers valued at Keller was in the market about fif teen When he came out he dis covered that the tin box had baen He notified tbe police of his and half a dozen detectives were put on the Saw tho Thieves at To spur tho officers Keller offered a re ward of for the recovery of the box nnd A saloonkeeper across the street from Armour Millers says that hesavr two men walk up close to the buggy while Keller was in the One of he wore a silk hat and light The other wore no over t oat and bad a slouch They were seen to board a Northwestern suburban train at the Union street Attempted Murder nnd KANSAS H attempted to murder his wife and then shot aud killed Into his bed room where his wife was sitting in a chair holding their in fant child aud fired o shots at her from his revo She fled from the house to tbe edge of the her husband pursu ing When she reached tho cliff with her baby in her arms he pushed her head long over the He then ran back lo the house aud slioi aud killed Boyd and the baby escaped serious A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Ohapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO MARSHS DRUG STORE ITS NO That our STOCK is the ever Drought to We can show you Something Naw as often as you call in Bag or Body Brussels Art Dado or Plain Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest In HQUSO The Bnsiust way to seethem is to Gull frequently at our whether you wish to buy or Hill for United NEW Impression is growing that in the end Governor Hill will be forced to taku the honor oMecom ing the next United States senator from Nuw whether he wishes to or The best informed politicians in town do not hesitate to say that be Is the coming said a Tammany ball what is there left for the governor todof Already a dozen aspirants for the honor are iu tba imd to preserve peace in the party the governor must needs take the Another candidate has been placed in the field by his friends in the person of Seuator Jacob of the Tenth Agreed to NEW difficulties between Miss Minnie the and her John were not of so light a nature people Imag In the office of Howe Hummel Wednesday afternoon formal papers of separation were and tbe personal property and real estate owned by them divided between Hus band and wife came to the conclusion that they could uo longer live happily to gether and the last atop was agreed upon nud curried out with as little publicity as A Uojal one great topic of conversation here Wednesday was tbe of the Princess Victoria to Prince the ceremony being cele bralud in the ehnpel of the Alte Sen assisted by the clergy of the Uom united the happy pair before an Imposing throng of nobles and the members of the The Duke of Conuaught represented tbe queen of Eug and Duke of Clarence tbe Prince of Will Follow Stuuluya young meu will leave this city on Monday to imi tate Stanley and bis They buvu been reading Stanleys let ters and and are of the opinion that he greatly magnifies tbe hardships and privations of exploration in the dark They also take sides against the great explorer in the lot controversy that Is one object o their proposed They think they can authentic evidence in Africa to pruve that Stanley has misstated the T11K K1NK8T Radiant TJIK 1UCOTUAUD Novel Way to Imprison it Johu Pollard arrested Savago who was found iu u drunken condition iu Instead of taking bU prisoner to the police he placed the mans arms urouud a telegraph fastenud tlium there With and left lalui for two or more The weather won nnd when the UIHQH hands and arms were badly Vlgues friends threaten to sue the bond ameu of MOST IKUtICfir COOK 8TQVK 1IAOK8 WAUIUNTfiiU tfOIvfav MA flttK 100 108 SECOND 8T WhoIomUe authorities of the Do million ure greatly exercised over the gigantic smuggling of staples from Sltka and Juueau Into Brit Qum ammuni canned meats and canned tw which In good are thu usual cargoes of the There Is a heavy duty upon all the arti cles Four Thousand for Her SB jury Ju the famous case of Joaophiue against thu Columbus and Cin cinnati In which plaintiff sutxl for for the aocSdunUl death at her husband on the roai last brought in a Vbrdiut of for Uar Iltlmor hotter Palmer wan Thursday unanimously eleutsd presi dent ot board uf lady wuuaifen of the Worlds Columbian The Bun NEW run on tho Citizan Saviugs bank ou the which began Wednesday continued About 600 or 700 depositors were ou hand and under tho supervision of a police tquud Wire admitted to the bank in groups at a Tbe depositors who demanded their money were paid off as rapidly as payments being made in gold aud Odd Fellows Elect Order of Odd elected the following officers George of Bloomiugton treas of Nashville repre sentative to grand R The Kobtkah degree conven tion elected Ann of to succeed Morrison of Diphtheria ut epidemic of malignant or black diphtheria has broken out in this Six deaths occnrrcd and over 100 new cases are So far the victims are all from the primary grade of the Twentyseventh Ward aud the school has been ordered Tho epidemic is charged to bad open sowers and the heavy fogs which have hung over tho city for some nights Lrtiiuepi Day In Fwrdluand do Les seps was 85 years old but there wuro none of tho popular demonstra tions which a few years ago greeted one of the greatest financiers of Franco upon each recurrent he spunt the day quietly In tlie bosom of his fam a brokendown old and It is very doubt ful whether he will live to see another Found a Heavy KANSAS After two weeks of hard work on the books of tbe defunct Artlxaus Mutual and loan Receiver Charles Clarke states that a shortage has been found In tbe accounts of amounting to between and Fictitious made to make tho as sociation appear prosperous when it was really wore also Suoul tlio NKW the Italian who in living on and an oc casional looked pinched and f coble The fourteenth day of his fust ended at 8 oclock at and he was still thirtyone daya distant from tooth some provided ho sturvos out his allotted He lost one pound Wednes weighing pounds at a Wnut to Hliuut fur NliW KiToits to bring about a match butwuen two uf thu best wing slmtu In the Churles Mncal ester of and Kllot of KuUBiia ure being Uoth are willing to shoot for a and if Eliot will to shoot at thirty yards rise and llfty the muy be completed wlihlu a Startling Story Told by an Aged HE DEBAUCHES A LITTLE And Then Fire to the Room In Which HIM Little Victim ami Her Mother Were Airimtml and Looked the A fed Irnlmtu Cnnfemieii to liar Ing Ruined Another Little Wifes order to cover up B crime Ferdinand 07 years attempted to cremate a small Trotz is a shoe makerand lives with Mis who IB a at 133 State They occupy the first whiln tho second is occupied by Jacob n compositor on Tbe Herold and his consisting of his wife and 12yearold after midnight the daughter was awak ened by a smell of Jumping up she found tho door leading to the hall near her bedroom on Her cries roused her There was no means of exit except by the which was In The two ran to the win dow and ecreamed for Their cries attracted the attention of a ivho hurried to their He found the fire confined to the door where t was Brst discovered and extinguished t without sending in an An in revealed a plain attempt at Just by the doorslli was m apron saturated with which had also boon poured on the door lead ng into the rooms occupied by the Hun ger Broke Down and Suspicion pointed to and he was aken to the Central station and locked He stoutly denied any knowledge of uo The police learned that Troz lud been intimate with Froda Hunger another little girl living near named Sluie When confronted by the hildreu at the station the old man broke own and made a confession that startled ven Chief Jnnssen and Inspector ccustoraed us they were to a told to the was as followH some time past he had maintaind nttmate relations with tho two earing this intimacy might become he conceived the plan of ng one of his innocent victims and her hoping thus to scare aaotlier vic m Into About midnight called out ou mnl du As soon us she left thu ulil mail gjj secured the old saturatedit with and with a cupful of the Bume kind of oil In his baud crept up to tljo iloor of the rooms occupied by I lie Ha saturated the packed the apron cloely ayairmc tlio applied the and then down stairs and hurried bici to he pretended to be Trolls Klghteoun He did his work too The flumes crept under the and set flre to a cloak hanging inside the and It wns the pungjnt smell from this that awoke the Whnn Trots had com pleted his story ha was taken back to his Up to this time bis a flue look intelligent had stood loyally by When she called again and heard the story of her husbands crime she almost fainted with Their meeting in the cellroom was After assuring herself that her husband had really made the confession attributed to him Troiz waved him back and That IH enough never xgaln shall you step over my and walked julckly out of the The man was formerly a soldier iu the German He made but very little out of his occu pation as u shoemaker and really supported by his who is much younger than Trotz will probably bo arraigned on a charge of as by the bungling of the last legislature he can not be held for the other THEY STAND BY Further Comment of Irluli Nenrtpitpurg on the Suimitlimul iu discussing the position created by the re sult of the OShea divorce case as Purnell offected says that Ire lands character for morality can but in tensify her Boom for the canting hypo crite who think that iu publicity is found Jio essence of the paper is the time to repay Parnell for hia grout public services by replying to the iftYcttd purists ami pharlseos who would dng him down that we not only have our but that we mean to keep Mult Still Ueiniiln The Irish Catholic thinks that while has sinned neiirly as much igalnst Ireland as grave politl ill exigencies demand that he be con Li lined as the leader of the Irish Natianu The Frojmans Journal hints that tlit lovernmeut Is debuting a surprise whiel rlll be sprung upon the Irish people at he approaching general A 1ruutlonl Tost of Kovhs NEW William Ar oil and George of this have arranged fur a practical test of he efllcucy of Prufuimor consump Ion Arkell cabled rofessur Koch nt slating that Frank Illustrated Newspaper desired to send li consumptive from America to receive his Irdatmaut and re port hU experiences through its col Professor In cabled his and Shrady has selected a suitable patient from among the con uumptiveu of the Francis Ilouilmiiit Mmlleal linn Iu A sensation created hero by thu arrest of Kclldutfi one uf the moHt prominent physicians of this city on the charge of having committed an abortion upon Lit zie daughter of u prominent farmer of Deer go Thu ofll curs claim to have proof that Kelluxg has maintained a hoise for this and that a score of suuh oases woru treated during the past the girls coming from nil portions or Kellogg Is prominent In m mid so cial Wouldnt Ilitlluvn the PAW Knight and Chump two of the sixteen men recently acruitud Iu this county under the local option were tried aud iicrjiiHtud In thu circuit court bore The jury did not believe the evUUmou of the COAL The Famous Giilespie Soft COAL de livered at live minutes notice in any oi the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or JBest Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Maim 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AISTD THE OMAHA FOR BURNING CORK OR OJfUT Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove rn Jf1 MODERN Ana ror beauty of SinooUtnen or IerfecUon of Simplicity and thisttleffant Stove PITTS Sole FALL I AM NOW UEADV TO FUUNiSIi EVERV MAN IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADK FHJM 18ELKOIED ESPECIALLY FOE IN TIIK MOST STYLISH AND At Figures that will Please GK Julius Raible Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my business to tny new building batween Piasa and Belle 1 shall devote tllU my 116 entire atteutlon WHOLESALE SALES Of all kinds of Wines and all DEALERS will h to their Interest to iurolmse Supplies at Strictly Wholesale Tho Largest and Most Select Stock o Fine WINES and LIQUORS iver brought lo tins a complete Bottling Depart Call and 116 Belle and Piasa sts FALL GOODS Julius ANOTHKB LOT Of WORCESTERS AND JUST JtKOKlVKD FOJJ ALSO A K1NU Of Cloth for Overcoate KOU AMD   

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