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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON ELY MONDAY NOVEMBER THE LATEST CRAZE A now and interesting game THE POPULAR Possesses remarkably fascination play for YOUNG and If yon would Dytlio author of It is equally interesting to childreu as well as adults and is learned to play in three Thegreat Military Game Should be in every We also carry in stock the ever popular Prog essive Table Ring improved and of other interesting and pleasing Board Concerning the Complexion of the Next A LARGE DEMOCRATIC Puzzles Puzzles Puzzles The The BOrThe famous GYPSY PUZZLE 1 wiihout doubt the most in teresting and Fascit aing Puzzle yet introduced Nothing like Must be seen and tried to be Only HERES THK POCKET A new Race Game for YODNG and a fascinating and exciting Game of Only Picture Fancy fOI and Third and Piasa Alton V IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Mce Soap or The Have a ItepnaenUtlnn oINInetyTwoand the Twelve at Whom Will with the Giving the Latter a Majority ol Washington City of WASHINGTON unof ficial list of the members of the in the Fiftysecond which has been compiled in the office of the clerk of the U nearly correct as any list will be until all the certificates are Even then it is not likely to be changed as the list has been prepared with and in nearly every instance from official It is interesting for the it gives a really definite Idea of the complexion of tho next It shows that 222 Democrats have been elect ed on a straight the number of Rf ublicans being It gives the Gunners1 alliance a representation of but twelve of this number come I rom the south aud will act with he Democratic thus swelling the atters aggregate vote to The Dem ocratic majority over the Republicans is herefore or 14J counting the twelve Alliance men as Cannon Kipecta Chairman Cannon of the house com mittee pn appropriations does not join in what appeurs to be a general notion that It will be difficult to hold a quorum of in the house during tbe com ing He does not talk about the causeof the result or his own about the tariff or the1 possibilities of the fedprnl election he I think we will go right ahead with legislation The congress bus not ended We huve good work to do and we shall do There will be no trquble keeping a good quorum of Every whether he has been re elected or will be in his and he will be full of earnestness for Every one of us was elected for two There id OJB session yet be fore It as much our duty to to business during this session m during the It is the business of every man to be and he CAPITAL Increane la Postal WASHINGTON re port of the third assistant postmaster which will be submitted in a few will show an of 10 In the postal There has been a marked increase of business in thirtyfive of principal A comparison be tween the business of the south and west shows that each of these sections is doing about the amount of as the The antilottery law caused a boficeable decrease in the reve nues of the NIIW Orleans postoffice and the business of the postofHcas at Kansas Paul nnd Minneapolis bag also de New Yorkand Chicago are close together in the amount of postal business done by What Wanamaker WASHINGTON master General Wanamaker has been in CAN HAVEJTHE All Fanner Half flit Mniiey Kijah Har a welltodo farmer who lived near Blgleys in Appomiittox pussed through here Thursday In pursuit of his runaway He is 60 yearg and is They were married June at Nelson and took up their on his farm near A frequent visitor to the Miltlow home was a young man named George who formerly lived near whtiro llarlow re sided before moving to On returning homo from tho field at noon Wednesday Harlow found his wife She Gone with Shortly a frlunil drove by and Harlow where his wife and Kent and uuntloned that the couple had bouMcd tho Norfolk mid Wohtorn train at Then Har low investigated and found that his wifes trunk was together with about WOO of his Suspecting that the elopers had gone hack to Orange he came here Thursday and later took the Virglna Midland train for Orange House in search of his tru ant wife Harlow s ivs that If he can get half of his money back he will call it and Kent can have tho BIG CONCERN IN A United States Rolling Stock Company In BcoelviuK United States Rolling Stock bavin plant at has been placed in the hand j of a Tbe liabilities are given at and the assets at Attorney of the says the failure was precipi tated by slow collections nnd the depres sion in the money Something Hud To Bo companys creditors are principally aiuoun banks andlarge dealers from whom it purchases material anil while its creditors are the railroads all over this It has men In its Reiiiff compelled to pay cash for all materials also the show a monthly distribution of By mon of the thut the railroads to whom it sells are unable to pay bnt must give long time paper wuicti can not easily be Komtthiug had to be done in timo to pre vent a crash that w ml I have thrown all those men out of All the interest out on mortgages is fully up to date mid the company has abundant as sats to all business Two PALLING Men Killed and Many Others GO TO MARSHS DRUG STORE ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We can show you Something New as often as you call in Rag or Hemp Body Brusseln Art Dado or Ttvr Fur Lace or Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa like to see the Newest and Finest In House The Easiest way to see them IB to Call frequently at our whether yon wish to buy or HOWELL TUK IINICST Radiant THK UKSTUAIU CO A 1IA8K MOST IKurixrr JJAOH8 WAUUANTMP STOVK VIVU terviewed in regard to criticisms made upon him by a Western Pennsylvania clergyman because malls are carried and postoffice business is transacted Wanamaker says he thinks congress is place to go to for action in the iia1 then ho goes on to say To stop the bundling of Sunday mails means to stop the wheels of tho railroads throughout the country at 12 oclock In that event there would be no protection for mails in Census Clerks WASHINGTON hun dred clerks the census bureau were notified Friday afternoon that their serv ices would no longer be The reason for discharge without aa given by the la that nearly all of those dismissed nave strong pnlitiqal and if they had been given a montbit for tbeir political backers would have descended on Porter and compelled him to re tain the clerks or make enemies of all their Appointed by Three WASHINGTON Judge the supreme judge of Sa appointed by the three Germany and the United States at the state department Saturday and had an extended conference with Secretary Blaiue on Sainoan He spent most of the day looking over official correspondence touching Samoan The WASHINGTON the arrival in Washington of Congressman of the boom for Congressman of the same as u candidate for the apeakurahip of the next has been Rich ardson says that MoMillin baa bean assured by many members that they will vote IIIB Coital WASHINGTON Cn Assistant Postmaster General fiazen says bis report will ebotv that Chicago and New York are running a oloso race on nnd that this branch of the service it making a splendid showing for thu west generally aud Chicago in Want tlie WASHINGTON Mary land Republican club of this city has adopted requesting Booretary Trucy to discharge all ZJetnocratio fore men In the Washington navy The club has also prepared of Maryland the goverpmout service whose dUuharges will bo Did Not Couflvtmtu I lie 24 uies thu btatemeiit that Baptist mis sion steamer Peace hud been by tho Congo state authorities nnd thut the isli flax had beou hauled down on the ves sel and the fl ig of the Congo state hoisted in Its it isslaUul that on account of of the Congo state steamer a requisition was raale for the and that the missiouarijn received an indem government offlaiuls herejde clare that the object of the report was to prejudice Engbunl against the Congo state on the question of import Dropped Wauaiuukerg Fridays session of the National Law and Order league the name of of was dropped from the list of vice and those of Postmaster General PAUUTY CONSTRUCTION The Wall of New Itrlok liulldlnc ut Jeney Oltf Uurylnu IS umber of Wreck on the Illinois Central by Electric Light Boy nnd the Btivolver JERSEY wall of a new brick building which Fargo Co are erecting on Pavonla avenue bear Cole suddenly fell at Saturday burying a Irtrge number of workmen in the firiiuen KIU ambulances were soon on the spot nnd tbe work of extricating the burled men commit From under neath the big pile of brick and timbers were heard fulnt calls for We are being crushed to death For Gods sake help us While willing bands tore away the bricks from the maimed limbs of tho men others pulled away Iron girders and heavy blocks of An as tho ambulances ar rived the Injured men were put into them and sent to the The Killed nnd Following is a list of the iron worker John New InjuredNicolo Ced right leg fractured and contusions on the head Arselio body badly bruised Arsollo serious con tusions on ttie side and scalp wound Thomas wound on the forehead Nicolo broke his collar bone imd will probably die Nicolo ecalp wound Emil shoulder and arm Several names un badly These are all In Francis The other mtn were sent home after having their wounds Among tho latter was Thomas who hud H bad scalp The Were Tno The mason work was being done by Michael Brinnan and at the time of tbe he was the but wns The ironwork being done by Post of New It is understood that the irrn ulnlers which were ugud in the tion of tlie building were entirely too heavy for the brick work and their weight tore down the ensl while the other wails remain COAL The Famous GilltspJe Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice in any ol the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market i f 1 CUY BEFORE THE BIG Borsey Mann 1 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AND THE OMAHA FOB BURNING COKB OR General of Pennsylvania was tlie ball striking Merrill K New v 2 lemtle Sho wil1 dle OTHER Wreck oil tho Illinois collision occurred on the Illinois Central road here Saturday morning by which one IIIHU was killed aud one badly A swi cli sent the fast mall train crashing iuio 5 panseuijtr which was Both trains were The Ed Jai of the mail tram WHS crushed to Engineer Howsley of tlie mail train hud one leg cut oil and an arm badly shut Skylarked wltli a NfiW a girl of 17 years of was accidentally shot in her fathers house at Williams bridge Friday by Joseph aged The boy picked up a revolver while skylarking with the girl and the weapon was the ball striking from the executive without It was ascertained from private Wanumakera name was dropped be cause it Is thought he does not conform to the rules of the league in regard to mail employes working on Cldor and qinger Ale 34The central Michigan in session has had under discussion the momentous question Do we violate our pledge when wo drink cider or giuger ale The discussion was a hot though the beat was nil on one and cMor and ginger ale were well and it was unanimously decided that those bovur agts are and that to drink thorn is a violation of the Stilt Mills Saturday morning a fire started in the extensive silk mills of Bamfurd on Cliff street which burned so fiercely that tbe mill was soon totally The fire communicated to the handsome resi dences of Josupb and Walter Bamford whloli adjoined the both of wbich were also burned to tbe The Ions is placod at MO on which there is an insurance of Fitlit with U of Horau Slier iff of Osbortio after a cliuse of five days located a gang ol horse thieves in the western part of Pratt near When within yards I tie posse wore seen by the who opened at tbe same tlmo mount ing their Tlie posse responded with a bot fire killing Thomas West and Samuel Itobbed iiud on u dead bodies of two passengers found in the Vienna mall train Thursday on Its arrival at have been ideiulflud as those of cashiers pZa Warsaw bank who were traveling to Berlin in charge of funds amounting to There is no cluo to the person or persons who robbed and murdered the Blurderud u Daputy JACKSONVILLE A special from Webster says that Deputy Marshal Samuel Lestrangu wasahot and instantly killed thorj Friday by a whom he tried to arrest for violating the puntul laws in sending tlireuienliiK lutturs and postal cards through thu lor Vice WA8IIINOTON sayn tbat Mlulstor Don by will not be re called from and thai Wo talk of making him tho vloeprosMHiiUal cun dldnte of Democrats In tan VaiiKdUn the Cunudlan Friday morning broke the worldc record for putting up j dumbbells by 109 pounds with one shoulder to uruie leuutli above tweutysexou tie uUo held pounds at arms 100 and 108 SECOND HT Tlwlr seamen fire men op tbe packet vestelt GlaniuwB and Cormorant have wuteuoed to mouths iuiprUonmeut for breaking their Opinion Uuitoil SUtoB Marshal W 111 and hie deputies have arrested fortytlnuo moou ihluurs in the moui aln counties of this MurnUnl ulte in doing much toward Urqafcitiy up UlloU dlnUlllug In Young Anderson calleJa doctor and then disappeared and has not since been Killed by NEW James aged of 888 East Twentyfirst employed us foreman by the Bast Rivur Klectric while engaged in repairing wires In the yard of the Second Avenue Railroad at 008 Sixty sixth waa taken with a He fell across one of thu wires and received a shock which rcsuliedio Ilia Huu lluraed to burning grnes on a mnrsh in California David Paul was overcome by smoko ami before assistance reached him was burned to He bad held the positions of town and justice of thu and was highly He leaves a largo Craw of n Wliallni Jtout SAN whaling bark Alice Knuwlos reports that one of the boats of the bark Ocean was stovo in by a whale and the crew drowned in the Arctic ocean Killvtl by u Uunaway runaway horse Inched to a vtitguu dasheil into a group of little girls at ibe corner of West Chicago iivouue and SatiKumon fatally in juring Km id 7 years and Marihu aged fl thu latter of which has since Krtio itohr still remains unconscious and liar death is hourly ex Tutty im u Dautll 10 ol an employe at Bnldwius Louomoiive was struck ou the head t Umlnosday by apiece of thrown by Mathlas Gluucy was tiiknn to the Huhnemau hos where he in a critical condi Worley hiu btn Fiitnl ItniiiU of a Drunken Du 11 hustliT ui tlie Highland Park ho liinl early Saturday morning from tlin iMVcUof a pisiol wound in the during an altercation with lloiiry a young Dnboln drunk and who is looked oliumi he noted In Coal J and Wood Cooking MAN IN ALT01C WITH A 8UPERIOE SUIT OF I AM NOW UBAUY TO FURNISH KVEUY MAN IN ALTON WITH A MADK FPM 1C8PECIALLT FOE IN TJIK MOST STYLISH At Figures CJAND that will Please Julius Haible Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my business to ury new building between Piasa and Belle 1 shall devote my entire atteutioo to tlie WHOLESALE SALES Of all kinds of Wines and where all to their Jnlorosl to Furclmtio their Supplies at DEALERS will fll A Uunk Oil iiiu u tliu dUcuvury u a wortlilotw fur Cliitlrmaii Chnpln of the of bnuk oomiulnsioii jliice I HII in juncilou on lie Block tjiuingH bunk Friday tliu liibtUiitlon until after a hour ing Ilrtmvurml itcbcuus n roouvuroil Jam ioin William u wealthy ID u null or dufumnUoa of oiiitr Colntv clmrgeii llie girl ing a mini of Over 100 lieud of cattle ttud havu lu Oidtfon from dli thut iklli of Strictly Wholesale The Largest and Most Select Stock o Fine WINES and LIQUORS ever brought to linn u complete Bottling Ddptrt Call and 116 Belle and Piasa sts Julius FALL GOODS ANOTllUIt LOS Of WORCESTERS JUST KKOBIVKD KOH AND A 1TINU I4NK Of Cloth Ovcrccaf 8 FOli VALL AMP   

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