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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY VOLUME MONDAY BECEMBEK BIGHT TO THE FRONT HO 167 Abend ofj all sorted stock of we place our COMPLETE and well us COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT I SPLENDID IN QUALITY OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS Girt Juvenile nooks etc etc DOLLS DOLLM DOLL BUGGIES odor the best quality full Goods at Lowest In dressed kid body and musical Dont fall to see this Patent Swinging and Shoony hors Wash Tea and Din ner liuclc and Tool Maine Tin Toy Wheel Barrows Tov Desks and Ta Oarts and Ex press Toy Toy Mu sical VJ XMAS TRJEE Plush Garland 1aper Glass Candle Tree ind some forty or uoro different de I ns ot tree or JWFANOY AND PLLSH GOODSPliotograph wo handle no Auto Work Stands and Picture Childs lirush and Comb Dressing Manicure Shaving Infant Travo ers Dressingv Col lar and Cuff Cigar Horn Goods Perfume Shell XMAS AND NEW YJJAHS most complete and elegant Ine erershownln and at Prices that will make competition Call and see or GAMES of all kinds Including the popular Anabasis Basil Parch Explosion of a Heater in a senger Music Box es playing 6 and 8 Violin and Guitar 1 Accords o Prayer Plcturebooks Schools Sup Tissue Papprs a 1 shades Im portid and your HOLT DAY GOODS Dont waittill the moment and remeni will lay aside for uture de any now A merry Xmas once again And you shall have one and It you will look over our And beed our urgent call For all thats fine in the Holiday YorJll sooner or later discover Oan be had by one and all If you look our stock 101 and i03 Third and Piasa Merry NTOE PERFUMES FROM lOc Sachet Mir Fine AT MARSHS DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER BEADY FOB THE HOLIDAYS NEW SCome and See GOLD and 8ILVEK WATCHES JEWELEY SILVERWARE 3 O LOOKS In Large Violins Domestic and Standard Sewing Sewing Machine Needles and Jtopairs of all Mlver and Steel Spectacles to Suit Watches and Jewelry COALS THROWN ALL OVER THE Men Terribly Cut by ThrouKli the Hie vator Accident dent nt n Cantata nt Boy Killed Whllo Train men of a BATTLE Baker heater in a firstclass coach of tte Chicago and Grand Trunk westbound passenger train passing through this city early Saturday filling the car with live coals and The coals fell over the badly burning and setting flro to the seats and The windows were broken out to get and two men who jumped through them were severely A German family named going from Jersey City to San lost their and two children and the mother were badly William Isaac and family ot lost all their and two of the children were badly en route to hud his arm and another nan and 1m name not were The injured passengers were transferred to the other and after re ceiving medical assistance here went on Tho car was badly damaged before ihe fire was MICELLANEOUS Their Clothing Caught horron of the Tilden school fire in Detroit a year ago were nearly duplicated at Teutonia Opera house Friday A cantata of Santa Claus was in Willie Kim Frost was going through his part when his costume caught The audience shrieked in fear and many of the children Professor Thomp son of the High school dashed in from tho wings of the and tearing down stage draperies us he wound them about the boy and little Mamie who had also caught Half a dozen men clambered over the footlights in time to help Thompson put out the and others quieted the crowd and a panic was Both children are confined to their but will Killed by an Mau was instantly killed in the Boston block Fri Mau had been sent by his employer to the revenue office for a liquor He had transacted bis business and had stepped to the elevator door for the pur pose of descending to the This was on tho third The elevator at this time was at the fifth Mau put his head through the frame work of the and just as he did so the cage catching the unfortunate mans head be tween the bottom of the door and a cross The whole top of his head was crushed and his brains were strewn Mau was married last and his young wife is heartbroken over his sad The Seventh Beauche of died Saturday morn ing from the injuries received in the recent railroad This makes the seventh The coroners inquest was re sumed Saturday A witness from Joseph testified that he saw tho fatal train coming toward the bridge and saw it jump tho track and roll down the He was positive that the train was going faster than usual at the time of the See the Selection of Ball at Third and Mook AT LEHJfE A Young Hunter Accidentally While Jesse and William aged respectively 18 and 21 sons of William a well known farmer of Elk were gunning for ducks on the shore of the Elk river a gun in the hands of Jesse was being handed to his brother when it was accidentally the whole load penetrating the left breast of killing him Fatal Skating COLORADO A party of young people went to Cheyenne four miles from this They found the ice too but Charlie aged and Charlie aged ventured upon the They had gone but a short distance from the shore when the ice broke and both were drowned before assistance could reach Fell from a Hunnlng The dead bodies of Frank Harris at Harry the conductor and brake man of a freight were found last night between the tracks at Montrose It is believed the men either fell or were blown from a passing The bodies were taken to Flruiniin and Urakemau A freight train was wrecked on the Shenandoah Valley two miles east of and Edward a were The wreck was caused by the train striking on boulder which had rolled upon ho BInn mid Homes Friday night Ire destroyed the stable of Kdward Stuck at 4U01 Louis Five lorxes were A man named who was supposed to be in lie stable at the is and burnod to Hurt by n Fulling NKW A scaffolding upon which four meu wore working fifty feet from the fell from the side of a house on Taylor Thurs Philip Hoth mid Henry Hiuler were fatally The two other intu eaped with slight Leg Cut Off by it By u cavein the Old Portage tunnel Friday night a number of Italian laborers were a negro had his leg taken off and a number of others were severely THE INDIAN HID Friendly Will Try to tiring In the Host I Journals Rapid special snya Miles has received advices from Jen Brooke that 500 friendly Indians lof Pine Ridge to attempt to bring in the hos Dispatches from Drum at Fort announce that the Indian there are Thirtynine of Sitting Bulls who loft the agency on hnve sent in word that they wll This leaves not over seventy on the Carr has throwt out a cavalry force to Intercept the bom now reported moving across the reserva tion to the Had tilg Foot and Hump If the force falls to intercept them they will be pursued and Miles says that no advance would bo made unti the result of the Pine Ridge embassy is Big Foot and Hump have sur rendered and returned to the Indians except the band mentioned are now going to the hostiles and the cordon is constantly Miles dis credits the report of a large band of In dians in the vicinity of Camp Crook in the Little Missouri No further engage ments are reported from the lower ranches The government herd has been located on Alkali creek and a force of twenty men have gone to round It The KlekapooH Are AKKANBAS agent of the Kickapoo Indians in Indian territory has written to his son Henry in this that Kickapoo warriors have hod a dance near the east ern line of and that for three days and nights they have had their pon ies ready for They are well armed and the settlers are If the Indians attempt mischief Stiles will send troops A NEW CONSUMPTION What of Says of His the discoverer of the new consumption is satisfied that his cure will prove the popular remedy of the He said that his first idea was to follow natures course by giving patients a rarefied air like that of He proposed to build a high garden on top of Harper making it air tight and artificially supply air like that of This was given up on account ot the but the idea is carried out in the cabinet on the same general A year said the we obtained two monkeys and several guinea pigs for experimental pur We used these in One animal was treated with injections of chloride of gold and chlorine gas and rarefied while the other was left for nature to take its Many Patients It took some time to get the amount of the injection down to a mathematical cer but after we know just the amount to The cabi net is one of the features of the When a patieiittfs put in the cabinet a breathing which is closely fitted to the supplies him normal air to which has a pressure of fifteen pounds to the square With powerful air pumps we then rarify the air in the cab inet until the gauge shows eight pounds to the The result is that the air in his lungs has a tendency to having greater and the unused air cells ore called into When the patient comes out of the cabinet he is treated with chlorine gas impregnated with and the process of healing is at once estab A large number of consumptives are he ing treated and are said to show signs of improvement after tho first Items of Public Interest the from WORK OF THE NATIONAL The Benntn Is Still Dlsonsslng the Election Pure Food lies oluilons Punned by the House of Repre President to the Worlds Fair Proclamation In n Short WASHINGTON senate Saturday passed a number of private pen sion Sawyer asked unanimous con sent for the fixing of an early day In Jan uary for the consideration ot the Postal telegraph Wolcott Ingalls was granted a two weeks leave of ab The morning hour having the elections bill was laid before tho Ken Paddock gave notice that after consideration of the pending bill and be fore it should be concluded if its debate was to be protrated to any great extent he would ask the senate to take up the pure food which was demanded by the farmers from one end of the country to the In the A number of conference reports on pub lic building bills were agreed to by the house The following bills and resolutions were passed Senate bill for the relief of assistant treasurer at San and the sureties on his official bond senate joint resolution defin ing a quorum of the board of commis sioners of the district of Columbia house bill to authorize the construction of a tunnel under the waters of tho bay of New York between Middletown and New OTHER CAPITAL Allens Slur at President WASHINGTON of Missiasippi managed to Inject a financial speech into the debate Friday on an In dian In the course of his speech he said that the president had shown bis littleness in attempting to bulldoze the Ho quoted the alleged remark of a lady who was fond of decorating her parlor with to the effect that sho was going to secure a lifesize statu ette of President The Tariff Btopnnd His WASHINGTON Reb minister to was recalled m that the government officials of desiring to testify their regard or sent him a beautifully orna mented This wuteh is now in the custom where a ood round sum has been assessed against t as Worlds Fair WASIIINOTON presi dent will issue the Worlds fair proclama ioc very Representative Butter the secretary of the board of mana and tho agent of the saw the president Saturday morning and convinced him that the subscriptions were Statue of Francis WASHINGTON bill appropriating for a state of Francis to be erected in Colum has been reported favorably to the S KATES NUMBER LV BARNEY JL JL TTTO 1 u uo 315 Belle ITS NO That our STOCK in the MOST COMPLETE ever wrought to We can show ou Something New as often as you call in or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or n At thu examination of Hanker Kean Saturday it ascer tained that the firm was dissolved in Au gust ItwM also brought out la evi dence that the IMI Uuw il A Lively Factional Journals special gives an account of a bitter factional fight in Ktdder The trouble arose over a publication in The Dawson Times reflecting on County Treas urer who sought Editor Ray mond and demanded a A re and a flght in which a brother and a friend of editor set upon the editor cracking the officials skull with an iron This led to a general fight between two factions in the in which Joe Coultons nose was broken his head No arrests have yet been Captured by the Spanish coaster San Francisco ran ashore near The stranded ves sel was boarded by a party of who carried off everything of value which they could lay hands The entire crew and a who was a were made prisoners and deprived of all their even that which they wore at the Tho marauders were promptly purj sued by a detachment of troops who over took them and rescued the A Fellow Who Like was rumored in Paris Friday that Prince Bismarck had arrived in the and was stopping at tho Grand It was on Inves that the frontier police bad re ported tho passage of the German ex but it turned out that they had made a the stranger being in reality a Riwslan who bore a strong re semblance to Safe ut safes were burglarized Friday night in the Dennison hotel They belonged respectively to book and shoe The safes were broken open by moans of The total loss Is about cash and The noise was heard in the but the guesUi thought that men were at work making some Hoblied the County of Investiga tion Into the of Carl trcits uror of Pierre revealed e shortage in the county funds of Korth arrested at Norfolk yesterday on it ohnrgo of He has turned over Ills property to his ml In number of unem ployed people in London in said to be greater Mum ever known All pub lic ofltclals are overwhelmed with for work or Plenty of Ciolil In pioneer agent of the British South African company writes lowing termiin regard to the Qf tub gold of The Owen The assign ees of Owen have furnished the following statement to the press The gross indebtedness direct and Indirect of Owen is about with assets of shares in the Atlantic and Croix mills Croix notes and amounts due them from Croix mill on account of loans and the real estate of George The value of assets it is impossible to state at this The debts direct and indirect of George are from to with assets of real estate and shares in valued about shares in Atlantic and Croix mills and small Interest in the firm of Owen A large proportion of George is in cluded in that of Owen on endorse Ottendorfuir Will NEW The States Zei which has for so many years been identified with the name of will change proprietorship on Herman owner of the two wellknown Catholic Catholic News and Katolisches will take charge of the great German Oswald Otteudorfer has not been in good health for some and this fact led to an about four mouths which resulted in the signing of a contract between him and The editor ial policy nor the editorial management will not be changed during Ottendor ZKT JFtTJGrS Fur Smyrna Oil Wire andiCocoa Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest in Honse The Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL FRANK DEALER IN S Also a line stock of Genuine Wine Vinegar on Goods de livered to any part of the city free of Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth Raibles Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on GOING OUT s Now is the time for Bargains CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AT HALF PRICE CHINA AND BISQUE VASES PLUSH For Christmas iii iin nnn mmmi m Thinks Thny Should lie g The Slcclo and The Vol in discussing the proposition of the council general of Pierre and Mlquelou that liurin be ceiled by Great Britain to nay that they consider that the peo ple of Newfoundland should be satlNllud with the cession of that part in exchange for French rights on the shore of New A Mulhodlit 1reiiuhur Hoiit to Juntos a prominent Methodist was Saturday morning convicted of having committed a criminal operation on MHB Annl3 a domestic in his He was given three years m thu penitentiary and tluud lluno llnll NKW Tho two New York ball clubs have been Thu Iliml waro signed by John Day iiuil HpuuldiiiB at the lutters The Players league muii signed This nettles the base bull war In Now Itooolvud Illood Car the man who klllud liube the notorious Alabama received Saturday reward from thu Hoiuhern KxproMs Carter U crippled fur life by a wound rccdlvud from hlx A MUnnui1 Town The portion of this coimlMtlug of three town drug and three were destroyed by FrlUy The loas will mob Tho o FALL I AM NOW BEADY TO FUBN1BU KVKBY MAN IN ALTOJf WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADE JLOTU8 K8PJEOIALLT OUV IN THB MOST STYLISH flre U At Figures that will Please NO McKINLEY BILL ON OOOKINO STOVF8 PROM TO HEATING STOVES FKOM TO JPECIAL ROUND MONITOR OIK Radiant Home AND T1I13 BEST HBATBR8 ON ALSO THE CHAMPION MONlTORCook o NO PLIES ON
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