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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON VOLIJMR thirty thousand dollars taken J Bargain AND PIPETEBIES AT COST. We Boat have Room for oar *** WOCK of ALBUMS And PAPK-THRIB8 how andor wny. Henoe, we o*9r oar pewee nt Hook AT COST. The Ever I An POPULAR IOC Sheet Mimic, (CMA*. J, DKC, K.v ll a IIT, Sole Agent } CHOICE SELECTIONS CAJtKPULLY AKIU YUKI) FO BERI WPP AND FOA TH I USB OF TElCfi EIS OF TUB PIANO AND ORGAN. Chopstick   ... nr Away uaiop, br............ Gertrude Dream Waite, br Impatience (Banjo ualop), by la the fiunsblne, br ........ Jack Frust a March, br....... Moment ... •iarful Honda, br........... Mussier) (Jrand March, br..... “tar of Affection Shower of Roses oalop, br. .. M Wreath Waits, br.............. Ac.. Ac., Ac., .... Re Lull! Wallis, Beethoven. .Htreabbog Longs. . . Knight .. Hchubert. Ureeru- — Francis Ifartmann htreabbog the jump to th* man stand ta* mom from procured AS .. riles.* Ac. Third sod ta sis. . ALTON, ILL. THE LATEST. TH* Stepping Stont, by Sidney Roienfeldt. VOCAL AND IN UUU'MENTAL) IOC a Copr. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copj. 25o for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. A reno A Little Otrl’a Horrible Peat A—Deadly A (Tnt; M m Train. N«w Vori, Ang. HI —About IO o’clock Monday morning fire suited on the lower floor of the apartment house. Bk and IOO f:TLTh,r,y*“oond "trrf*- *nd 475 and 477 Fourth aren un The flames shot un through the alrshaft, and when the •lam. was given the occupants were ooh. I ariled to Ar without taking time to uke the smallest piece of household furniture. Driver John Monahan and Firemen Duad and ( sri saw a woman screaming loudly at a window on lbs third fluor tiI building. She threatened to pavement below and a lug behind her in had all ha could do to prevent ^    baling    U3d.„ wen, ,_ with all possible sp. od. and by this means !toafhMth* Mro reached the I m peri bd woman and suer reenaa In bring her down safely. Khe ** ha Mia A. B. Bion*-, and it hi said that she is an actress. Aha was un oonaclous when she reached the sidewalk and her reamer* carried her Into an ad Jaernt grocery store, where ▼Ired. William McBvane, of Fourth avenue and Thirty second atreeL reacued •SSS*ndchl,d ,PorntlleA'***' of the building by dashing Into the room and carrying them out through the suffocating amoke into the street. Both were In an unconscious ‘condition when rescued Hob-ait Holliday, driver of a seiner wag ,n who lives m Hast Misty-fifth street r^ 5S. wlw!3f~ *°m There were other exciting rescues of imperiledI {ample by the firemen. In half an hour after the outbreak the entire build. ingwaa in flames. All the bondhold furniture In the buUdiug was rn ore or lese damaged. The build!** was a ll vapory "'<1 »ko«t ten familia resided within its precinct*. Wenona, IIL—A*- ^‘•dtate Consideration, and so Objection to im ixn- u twier the went over until Tuesday. The lim ul    UP K*»»*ral deficiency • »*•**<* Bd rn tin de offered an amend MM* to the tariff bill, which was referred ^Krecmr^ltvflwn'r co,no,‘,u*' Piping reciprocity with sugar growing coun- ‘"•V    rn    Kiss of another amendment which he Intended to pronoM J®}1 ^ looking to reUliatlou against foreign country for dfaerimiMtlM **£?“? P*v',“rU <lf the United Mutes “* Monday agreed to Hie confer enc* renortun the sensu- bill to morgan- !i?srre-“. r*utAi>‘h th® cu*toma outlet thin dUCHgt of Puget Bound. Senate hill w*. Pureed authorising the bridge across the Hallway Extension uumpany. Henau bill war alw pruned granting |e«TW sneence to Jar dletn em Din vs* in the customs servloa The Mla»Wlppl .^treted election oaae of Chalmer* agalmat Morgan wa* then called up. The majority report Amla In favor of Morgan, the sitting s<jm street ion of a Colombia river by the durtor Al Tbs a rn. A RAGING CONFLAGRATION. Flames Csswas Fart ag Co tit login- FICKE on Application, or Mulled FICKE to Addrest!. any ta. J. Degenhart, Third and Pitta tit. Alton. II Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGENTS FOR THE-. fk. Louie Varnish Co. Flag VA RNISH EH nod JAPANS. flirter Oak Stoles and Ranges As snsrz *** ,A*j>*,t? mn »d sb«*. *»pwv. reft*, Life and Sd ravine Pumn. Sew Home «^•ro®» Lift and Spraying Pumps. Whit# Sew lug Machines; $80 each. Agent* for the Celebrated Stadebaker Farm (Famous. —FINE LINK OF— ems. Bv aid Sims Paeons ca. u. bm. HOAD CART in the World for $10. the Nest VVruuua. Iii. whoia, rn, Aug. i&—About iii) Munday fen'noon Are broke out in the Parker building, lo what Is known as tin* 8o«*h Block. AII the bondings except til* Hhsuuon residence and M»n*-r bara. twelve In numlwr, and ail busine** house* bot Olla, Were destroyed. causing a baa of orer»),OM* distributed a* follow., p«t„ Hagen, owns r of Clifton hotel. ft, OW* In 2S2T ,An,1)r    «*up*ot of Clifton houaa, leas light. Mike Bulb-vau n saloon and residence, BXOUO; no in afiaS.0^ ChmTtm g*m grocery stork, ll,*®, insurance, AV rn fYuuk Barrett bard ware, BLOW; insure nor, ll.AU).«r, hotel furuiture, £\0(*>, insure •nee, ll,Mu William McguaoL building and stock; Insurance, $rn, loss light Huge Brothers, ll.BIO on atole hones had »° france Mrs Hoot a on building, KU) Mrs F. P. Moaner, real denoe. ll (MR, no Insurant*. william Leuf, Vt tndaor botel sod oonteute, $4,0u() no Insurauoe. James Morreasy saloon‘ ‘Murancc.’ fl.flUl Thomas McOrailL M,fl«) on brick bonding; no I mn rep cs-,. Wrkar buUding, V lMor*11^ eocuuiit of th* ack of Are prutartkm tbs Ore spread rai^ idly and the buildings were soon In Aa mas The House baa adopted the majority jHirt in the Chalmer-Motgan oontea clition uaac In favor of sitting metuber. vgan ooo tea ted Mr. .Morgan, the the last of her race. Aw fh#» Indian Woman's Iteatk EnAa Chapt ar for th* Wjm4»Hm. Wirt* SAirm»SKY, O., Aug. IB.-Margaret Solomon, the last female of the bis tories! Wyandotte Indian tribe in Ohio, <ti*d Munday afternoon at hvr home. WM *»"'    »»»«.    her    parents being <fe Mcendante of the Turtle and Bear tri'wa. In IKL*, with her parents, she moved to or o0°a«.‘ry’ i***'" tb# mo*t favored alKKle of the NS yandottea, and settled <'are) At the ajmaTia    north    '.f    robfen.    then    enter. U. nLd    “i?X"SS fr'"nu“ »“■* cfi IM on WI re bom to teem aU uf whom are dt-a.1, In PHI she became a widow .and seventei-n years later married John K,L. lh mcm^No children were b-,rn of thl* union, Mr. Solomon dying in JN7D. The fum-rai s.-rvlore will bv conducted Tuiwdav after 01**1 In the old mission church, in which •be worshipped with her *Uref in hmm year ago. Oav. Ulm What Ila No-it*4. 0T. Lax ta, Aug. It).—At a late hour Anthony C. Dunlevy, the wealthy gahan wed iron manufacturer, hmv-k-d his wife down at the corner of Ktghteerirb st rest and UaahiugUi.i a venue, hurting b«r imIt* severely Regaining tier fejl oa^/^hJ^ ra°. lh! (>4U«* na Fe, pursued by her husband. A* she ran •long the street acreamlog two strangers were attracted by tbs noter, and, aUack Ing un iv vjr, beat bim in a horrible man uer Mrs Dunlevy was nags sod driven to her the Nj*band disappeared placed lo A car-reslileoos, while a Yew Tight ACCUSED OF ARSON. A Beath Dakota Man ta (tenter. ii ion Monk. A D, Aug. ISI—Early Hteau day morning Are was discovered th CYow’s Opera ho usa. Clttasns worked hard. but were unable to oheek It until nine bual IMM block* ware destroyed P. f. Oro* •etlng lh a suspicious manoar 8ator>lay the city marehal watched his place until I (rcitn'L when he thought it waa safe to EU) lied About* o'clock the Are started lunation is very high, and threats of lynch law are freely indulged in. Crow was a mw te«i al noou for areoo, and the cl n il lusts ll Ilaj cvld-oes I* strtmg Tbs Lisa Is satimatad at over $15,000 I{1«ur an or, Bi, Wa Huhbrti of Their Dtat .uii.ta WovaaaaA, Wi* , Aug. it-Chs (*r»ud Avenue hotel in Mite city wa* the ***** & «daring burglary at * o'clouk Sunday morning in which Mr ami Mrs. Wlteuo. a southern 00 up Ie whore residence could °°i t    w•,,,    luM,lr,    of    diamond* and other njoabte. Ut the amount of #v, wa Mrs U Iteon awakened to see a man In her apartment and screamed to her husband that ha wa. stealing her diamond nng. Tbs burglar made a hasty ekit tkrmigh ac open window, teavin* behind • roil of bills containing H.Oufl Much secrecy la maintained in regard to th* iwrideho* of Mr. and Mrs Wilson. Dock Island Bwilehsaea Ga la Wark. Chicauo, Ang. im-The strik. <g th. Pitchmen of eke Ruck Island railroad rn brought to a temporary onoctualoo Rondar night. lh. company, through Gen •fat Bo peri n tendon I ChamU-rlaTn end \ anlma«t*-r Corey, aar.whtg ie retnatate od kae * Foreman Murphy and knap bim at work pandit* an invest!^,lot, of the charge that he reported for duty white drunk. The men immediately returned lo work The lure to lh* Rock Island un amount of Ila temporary suspension of freight cn.rtk will atte tis very hwavy. rive Daring Iloblwrs Hob M p.iprM| Train re a P..»„» Where Jrere Jamre ead the Younger Gangs t’sed ta Fly Their Vocation*—The Knglneer Compelled ta Aik th* Mereenger ta Open the Dour of III* Car. Mo - Aug. 19 —-The rock eat on tbs Mleeourl PndAc railroad, half a mite weal of the bridge over the Lamina river, the scene of the robbery of a train July 7, W7H, by the combined Jamre and Tim)tiger gangs, win early Hunday morn- *«*iu OU** shipping place of • feweengi* train white highwaymrei cleaned out tee aafe of the expreea lutfiy The train that was held up Most-bound p uremgi-r. in charge or 1:00 Marsh, doe at Bedsite at 8.15 train steppwl ai th# Otter-VU to WU tar tank on the Lamias river and had just got umter way agata when En glnasr Frank Greyer and Fireman Too-*011. were surprised u» And themaelvea gtunng Into the horrel* of re vol vers la the ! amla of two men The Intruders warned them to keep quiet and «^ »nK no barm would I* dom. vhen, In ohadteMe lo the men’s demand the engineer ran the train to near the rock cat •od then brought it to a standstill. I nu ad the Hate Opes. The stranger, then ordered the ex-ginear and fireman to lead Ute way to the express car, which they did Arriving at the car which was In charge of Messenger Ik krry* r’Mists wars jot owl by TkT*, °!i    .    •“ of whom won> masks. bt! leader told the engineer to ask the meaeengvr to open the -I.-or and not give an alarm or im would blow hts head t»ff. I -7*r •.•if**1 Av*iT    the dew and was quickly covered With uuns The then enured th# car and took 1 . kl .. *hlch WM °**B- ■nd OMI ! tattle aU lh. inouey linkage* Whsn the train was stepped Conductor Marsh I went forward to bud out the reason and WM cowed by one of ltie robbers, who Ord. red hun back to the aw. Mr went bac*. The robbers did not attempt to search the express matt. r or lo motet the pasH-mgere. Aft.-r w . tiring th<- money 1    '*fy    Wtl    ^e    train r    Wn stopped al*,ut seven minutes In Fur*utt of Un Rohhevs. IT * *!'Tr> w"* rwp<’rt«d to the rail road ..rn. late hen- and a no**, war organ teed teamed lately and p&rod uodar c*,m Tri!. (MDriertive IteIx,Ug of the railway force The posse left here at 4fei»i*el<w-k a m ot) a si* elal tram for Otterville On arriving at ih.l plaor they tim n,ad« a rear, h of Ute tracks It was quite sri dent that only five men ««i« engaged Bi I the mbtvry. two heving bpar-led the I Wain at l alifornte and their eooomplicca * remaining st the lank Th# amount of money s,«« uu d from tov .,X[>r,we company was af Aret rep,*ted at fin i.txm loiter Bu perinteodeni Kiter aired the official* wiat toe SI, VMI (it wa* rn neb foes. Bom* ••F ll Will md exceed |t*M*Xl A a us neat ArrreteA A mao WM arre.Uvl ahi. afternoon at Madiauu, a .mall station on the Mteeouri, Rauaas and T*xa* rraid, aimut ninety ones from the acme of the robbery a ho ans nee re the u-*< riptom of the «mail man. From the Otterville tank Ii is si,out ten (Thick Walla) Largo Collar. Water In nom I_sOT Qpxiao. i*a    »*»ir MUST BE SOLD. Dorsey & ManJ ^10 Belle street. WARM AIR FURNACES I 1 AKI) AND HOFT COAL. -f-TjnsK' nxoea always on hand. in fumaooe and Hct-otid-hand mites to Clifton, asterion on tbs Missouri Kansas^ and Tnas road, and there he could hare caught a train that would hare reached Madison about t o'clock J?''    »*ys    that he cat, pruvj an alibi by going to Moberly. PITTS & HAMILL, • *15 HFOULK HTHKKT. E K. JOHNSTON, Hardware Co. Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III. Met a Burr IHI* Death. Rumpiix. Ang 19 - Carmen, ttw 7-year-old daughter of gigue* CKtteeppi Cam I>abart, the renowned baritone and violin-let, met with a horrible death Friday, the fact* of which have just been made public While at play In a geld abe fell Into a pool pf boiling water and was to badly --aided that her flesh dropped from her bones In m*«f please In spite of ber terrible In Jo rice site lived several bourn Th* water re* spud from a pipe connected with the FepwleMea af the Fatta* ti stoa WAgffttrorem Orrr, Aug. th-Th. «xmQt Of the population of the United State* tree practically completed Saturday by the ut-us us oflW (lf the *$,«*, o.ld ,nu uteraiiou distrkut into arb Ic h the conn try wee divided the returns from all but •bout I,too he VS been teethed aud Minted Aj^ fast aa the returns arere arised from the districts still mil they Will be counted aud added to the total. The reau It of tbs count aa at p rem ut nom shows a population of ng'fe'.XV, •od when tbs an tire t*ani A. J. HOWELL PEALER IN ■ ut is finished the CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. OIL1 population of the reentry will Im m u, . Porter es'I ma tea. -u.«t L .ire &    I ,    -    “toMil    a*.-JOO,UUU This will he an Increase daring the past decode ll Ceases KaritemesM. Daytov, Ohio, Aug. lh—The Grand .    __________ Army saeampment at boston last week *}*na 80 por «*nl- which Is about equal adopted a reno!nth® declaring **11011 in ?    .E"**01*#*    ^    ‘“ere**    of    Un    period lh., «    1    lh0    “    "“l Our Prices engine whteL otwrate* tbs elevator la th# hotel la which Cam petter! was {iv (aff. Little Carmen was a muaioal prodigy WM betag trained tor the stag*. REDUCTION SALE 8UMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MA DK TO ORD! OR. FEffECT FIT IID hnSFiCTIOI COAHUTEED —AT- BRUEGGEMAN BRO (Successor to A. Brueggeman*) AfHfltte Tgjl#Hiig and 6eflC. Fifmiihln* Goods Emporium, +~1 Piasa street. S, DEADLY AFFRAY ON A TRAIN. Whisky I sum* a HH<•*(!.<* I g*|r la Hhlrh R* Feagle Are HkuL Cl hi inn ATI, Aug 19l—A serious aud probably fatal shooting affray isx-urred at an early bour Sunday morning by which six people were abut. Ii Beearn that a QUID brr of laborers smploysd by the Addison Pipe company, whore plant hi located flftren mil.* from this city, came bere Saturday aright ami hubris-.! freely and on fbi-lr return home on a "Big Four" train, which carried a number ut other priwOj!4fi, a gvii.-ral fight ensued among the laborers. Revolvers wert- use.I aud when the amoks cleared away the foil..a mg named arete found to hnve hevu shot, *wu af them probably fatally) Nyl Lewis, shot in the abdomen, fatally; Mr*. A mer' leos liar ray, a p.w*«*uger, abut la th* shouldar, painful. Al IMgv*. Frank Godfrey, Ala Biujjlrtoa, ti flsokei. No sn perln ten d«-ut of manager at said fere* hornet, non# but men who bere done mr-***    *f«*7 or navy should be ap pointed " This bas < rested some exeite men! here and at the sridlere' home, In view of the fed that the house military tv on rn ll tor has rep-> (ted to soegrvan a rec.. Cincinnati I ut Ion app'dntlug L, Ii tiueckei, a civil- tereating annum tan, one of the managers of the Hn« WILL HE KOUNIl •arategw haiaa Haha 10(14, If. V., Amt IB-Tim resulted os follow* First men, % mile; National first. Mategerdn All) sre-..n-l Strategy colt third time hh1| re*.-. IM mllw, G-.bten iteei bret. Em| n.-tuw second, KlcstoUfde    ,lruH 1.57)^. Third r*w, M mile; Forerunner first, Veridic filly ..-cmd, latdy Unde tbinl; time, ..-OB. Fourth rat*-, I mtfe I’roffigate first Kugenla aeoond, Uleu Fsil.iu thlid; rim**, 145 Fifth rm^. I rn.Is TU yards. Frank Ward Aret, Hamlet •croud. Falco third, time, lrij? Married Wemea Kiel adad. ClVOll.NATI, tihkl, Aug m-A MSOlu-Itoo WM ntwtitly iutmdnoi-d la tka board cd #duoa»l -fl uadudtug married women (run teaching in the public achmfa y| ■ Here promisee to be nu in-..    w«    matter, and tiulh sides of the onntrovarsy hare rh a rn-r®*^- ^ toutemaiit has been on find for LOiNER-Considering Qualities and Styles- ORK AT TxZSSrT ,B Alt0n' In    of    th. UKK AT KXI ENT of our SALES we ore cabled to do Bu,,™* 00 . VKBVCLOSK MAROIS „dTi. . rT ognut-d fact that we handle by far y«*re to prohibit married women from ownpyliig tvarber*' poaittons, but nerer taken dvftatte shape until now It I* said a majority of the brent of wluea •ton, barked up by the saapri a leaden* af IWetge, ie for the rreoiuttou. Th.- on. * Hen will bt settled before the opening of schools rn Nftrahg probably al a uuteU li»U al tb# bufthl I nm Any night. LA UU KH QI UNTIES ,«F GOODS I HAN AN<»Ii I Kit HOUSE IN THE CITY.    % ar •aw Their Las! Itura. La*«Im)Y, Aug ISL—A party of seven aw Qgnded therieepb of the cathedra! at Fee I* borg, Baden, (Saturday, to v llama from Aal bright ft trrrlik' itortn fbtefa vrii In Pyrite** TW apl re was atrusk light-ntug and two of the party were killed. The others were seriously Injured and one of them may die. KrelgMstiwa a# a Chteago Faster. CHU. Apt., Aug- Ilk - Rev George C. Lori mer, pastor of the Im manual Ii*print Church la rid* city, has been outspelled to fmigu hie pastorate owing to svrious I-rain treub Na Weal I a* siiv tm HU Itaglae. Ciathalia, rn, Ang lu Cngiurer Do wire left this .tty Bat unlay afleruooo pulling a freight train on the Illinois Central fur Champaign bnf he had bren oui na hour bv .uddvniy bo ame vioisntl) 11 isaov He threw lib hat and I rtigt it) the fired*’* and iR.-rtipfci U threw bb watch lo. tm! »• pre rent a1 by his ll reman, whereupon he attvu,t.t*d to throw the Utter off the englm- IC •tupped bb train nut to a Held, jumped off, and Burled ae*.*** the country Ire re headed. Overwork Is said lo be the cause Of hic derangement. . Moody 11 Hardy la Hungary. IYsth, A uh 19, —bias troika, a rich farmer of Mon*got. niur>lrr«l his wife he-eantw ab.- had *r»ne to a d.tnoc, nontrapy to ills wisfaie After the crime he fled to tm* (feptb* (g tire for.-st and tried to hang bim-M if, but the rope bruke and the man I regalnwi <sU)*cioi)sn>• a r’u-r sevcrel I hidtrs of ii.»4-f im) bt illy, Do hen ring ti itch Uteri' belt* toll tar the funeral «d his vk-tiin he returned to kb boma, bruke in tbs ctom- at the death chamber, aclaucl a waded rifle and blew bi* hand off SP!tHIU II u Harder at a • H*>i easts! “ UciuffTOWg, IM., Aug Ilk—Aprdhsr murder baa heeu added to the Fayette county I bt. Ala “box social" given at Church hill, n«*ar McCleitaudtown James lluhn and William Freeman, bub of Uermand township, got into a fight over some trifling matter Hubn drew a re velvet and fired three shots at Freeman, two of which took* effect In bb bitty, kill ing him limner Instantly Both had been. (Starletowe awd the Deal Mates. IgjVMJW, Ang IB—fta (saturday last Mr aud Mr* Oia<l*r..ire received ion deaf mules Doiu Mandtinrtx-r at liawanlen. Mr GM*t<ma addrwwwl them in a short •ftareh, which Mac GatiOm* rendered In to lbs deaf end dumb alphabet to the great contentment of the riauore. who re •vw 1 much pleassfl with their kind re-sept iou. DK vail in r‘!S I /®c<!'viu}* * kr^e Br,(*    1    "lock    of    CJlotU*.    la    aU    J prevail 1 i|n, for '.jyring Sun*, winch I a n prepared to make up S IVX os t Pasliionabli Stvles, OrARANTEEINO A Periect Fit, drinking h.ayity at kfta placed in ^aU. tune H.ton was will Let l> aa the Interest. Atchison, Kau, Ang ili—la view of the leesm sustained by the farmers of Kansae en account of the drought, various Ausu rial Instil mu. im hare notified the farmer! upon whose land* they have mortgages that they will supply them with -red wheat this Cali aud give a year's dateuakin ah Interest ga Reasouablt Rates and Complete Satisfactioi H. C. G. Montz, 112 Third ao.l g pins. “*t4 Seilsls^lyi suar xstsed IF# I w*r*ev»area. mtaaas, tn. BWS ms ii ii rte ta a* fi rn rMl It i ir I I*h*, ;