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was forced back into his an attempt, and falling over in the passageway suc his way down the one flight the street below. He escaped overcoat to cover his naked' Uhlmann lost everything in his $12,000 in cash. Several and other valuable business lost. loss, however, Mr. Uhlmann to-day, to-day, for as he said, "If my had not gone away on would have been burned." TBB K ARROW ESCAPES -' -' - C. Tbompkma, of this city, guest at the hotel. He from his slumbers by the cry up and went into the hallway, the stairs was impossible, kept his head, and collecting escaped out of a window In descending the flames from windows burned his bands scorched his hair. of Chicago, had a room on alley. Officers were promptly detailed to bring in the other three members of the gang. Tbey are known to frequent criminal resortd on the West Side, and their capture la expected. UNDER THB BRIDGE LIQHT8. George Sullivan, of No. 134 Van Buren street, waa stopped by two men at the Polk street bridge just before midnight last night. While one covered him with a revolver, hav ing ordered bim to throw up his hands, the other rifled his pockets and secured $60 in cash. They escaped by keeping him in range of the revolver until they had withdrawn some distance and then both broke into a run and disappeared in the daakness. Sullivan says he would recognise the meathould be them again. IN r-RONT r-RONT r-RONT OF A POLICE STATION. One of the boldest attempt at robbery yet reported to the police occurred within twenty feet oi the Desplaine Street Station at 9:90 o clock last night. : . " , at that hour Andrew Soronson, of No. 21 North Union street, was returning from church. H turned off Madison street on t t ; , . . . , j Mr. Harris claims that each ear is inderjen dent, and that should a car tea the track bo danger oould result. Such (a accident would not interfere with ear in; the rear in the least and as soon as the "car was put on the track again it would move forward as if nothing hsd happened. Tit -' -' system is claimed to be much cheaper than other sys tems, and it is said that bad weathet can not affect it working in the least t. k - WILL FORM TWO EXCHANGES. . aUaamatpslls ad at. Paal Btittfl Ca:d Kac to tmlta, - - - St. Paul, Mian.. Feb. 7Th ioint effort of the St -Paul -Paul and Mipneipolis fruit dealers to organise a Twin City Produce Exchange . .. a ... - nave laiien uwougo, and lb at, i"aui com. mission men will form an organization of their own on the same plaa which the joint committee had formulated for the merchant of the two cities. . ;-. ;-. ;-. - - The failure was due to the. action of the Minneapolis dealer in refusing to become a party to the proposed incorporation of the Twin City Produce- Produce- Merchants, The object object which the dealer bad -ia -ia iew was to Mount hindered by there had IToieaeor sibly during Aarigae improbable.. The new as to be any artificial through an Local - Ws know seen during all time shoot ' out mile as is "-.not "-.not should take caused a visible to of this with the Tbere sation of sult in the this globe.