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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME WEDNESDAY j7vNUAilY 11IUOMIN Seven Persons Now Known to Have Lost Their SIX WERE BURNED IN THE WRECKAGE Enos ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of sucli an Electricity in all its forms Oxygon and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives his daily personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third AM At Oolletrs AND THE BEST BRAND OP SILK GO TO 112 Third ntiROs to Etocli wltli fuumelllriK OUTFIT Hd ouarantft viliai UK Wrltfl 1 In for Are now Ready for Market February and March are llio months to sow LATVN Try our own 1 containing all grasses to make a Beautiful 100102 East Second Hi Cook A Inng of Hi ulHcil mill tlinltlHiMlvr Oroiirriil lllti8 tho story of Mil Acrlilclit mill thn KITorts to HISCIII TluiHi from tlui Ilurn TrlHl iifn Win HtiH IlciTwo Iliilitm 1ovlnh hi A StiMintnr Sunk In Ohio OtlMT Tho accident 01 tliu mil near Ciirmol Mnu liny remillMl in tho diatli of KCVUH lix whom wore tmrnod to ikatli while pinioucil in tliu Tho nainos of tho iltttd nro given iis followN Nvlliu Ku Bronil bumml to death omK old Frankfort skull cniKhotl irytms old died after res Bun Olivia OMImms two twin years old tmnioilto Mary M years Jrushcil to death Hattiu Cy alono crushed uud Tho injured are Engineer Wendell slightly hurt traveling of cut in forehead Henry of cut ou liead and right leg fractured Otto Ures son of Judge of Indian cut and not seriously hurl Abo cut on injured internally Charles son of tho badly cut on leg and forehead in jured internally of In cut on the hcutl and body badly bruised Julius of travels for Frunkling MucVeagh of badly cut on head and in jured internally of Uoss right arm broken and body bruised Lewis of com ncrcial log and arms considerably burned Henry ot New traveling hurt about the head and large gash in region of each fears of internal supposed to bo fatally hurt at Vincents hospital Kxpress Messenger of injured internally by the snfe falling on liiui Henry of badly bruised about the head and face Horace of spinal injuries colored Pullman in jured about head and hips of head and face bruised George of side hurt traveling brother of of collarbone broken and scalp cut Miss May of In spinal injuries and bead condition serious George of Ter leg but not badly Ella of injured condition unknown Al of shoulder bruised and otherwise slightly injured Charles severely bruised Oteorge Bige Chicago leg strained travels for Stonghton Rublwr com back and arm injured slightly injured ibout the head district pas senger agent of the forehead cut and back hurt Will traveling man for Lord slight cut and bruises Michael brakeman of the head The Work of The work of rescue was begun with all possible Charred bodies were car ried out to tho bank of tho recalling Ihe awful wreck ut Broad on the Mime four years whan the bridge over Whiteriver gave way and the train was thrown to the bed of the stream and together with many The northbound i ossengor train leaving this eit Monday morning reached tho scon 3f tho iilmut 8 oclock and was at ono son verted into a relief Meantim most terrifying reports were in circulatib in this among them being one to the a feet that president of the Bi Four was among tho Th of inasmuch as Mr Ingalls was in Saturday Probably tho injury of Abo conduct and tho similarity in names were respon sible for the How the AVrock The disaster occurred thus Tho engine baggage and wnokor passed over thi trestle in although the rear truck o the tender hud jumped tho track before tin trestle was The roadmaster of th Monon says this derailed truck was tho cause of the When tho ladles day coacl reached the canter of the bridge it fol through with a crash to tho depths below Tho wreck thus creatod took fire from tho stove and that car was entirely consumed It was in this coach that all the casualties The rear also fel from the bridge into the hut furtuii utely did not take The SUiry as Told by u n said The first intimation of anything iinusim wus a sway ing of DID followed by the front end of the sleejiur going over the There was a crash and a shock that throw the passengers from one end of thu ear to I bo other and demolished everything in the A man kicked out a through which it number made their swing Unit hero was no Immudiato danger to those in the dressed themselves and then sought the open On emerging from tho sleeper it was discovered that the coach im llie H cmB to Ills then left Ihe Little did ho tiilnk as ho stepped from tho platform that it was thn lost time these blile voleiH would ring merrily upon his warm xniMilliotl anil in press to his own kisses of Alter tho train left WeslfUld Conductor Angle came Into the car and saw the Jtttlo ones on the seat and paused He remem whnn his own were lik thwse and stepping over to them ho chucked their dimpled chins and shook their hands as he would If hi hail found an old and then took a seat in tho middle of the The next instant came a sudden the cnr swung as turned nmi the unconscious conductor saw no The mother lay clone to also stunned nnd by her side tho oldest Hhe knew nothing until she full strong hands seizo her and help She npnuixl her and in an instant realized tins My God My children where are they sho and struggled superhumanly to rit WKJ Wo will save came a broken Yon aro hurt ami must keep Your children are all Wo will save Brave but the most extraordinary heroism could not curry out their Have tliemf Through tho window of tho car a little hand limp and but one man seized Still We will save But tho man looked the window uud there saw tho impossibility of Tho loosened from its had fallen upon tho pinned them down with its awful and burned their bodies tin work of a when tho promise had been made to save them the little souls had gone to their Strange Tale Narrated in a Chi cago Insane DASTARDLY OUTRAGE ON A A RIVER STEAMBOAT The Ohio Strikes a Submerged Founda tion of an Old Mill and steamboat of the Cincinnati and Memphis Packet John Memphis to was sunk at the foot of the fulls opposite this city at 11 oclock Monday night while coining up the falls channel In charge of the falls pilot nnd assisted by his towboat tho Transit When turning the bond at the entrance to the chute the Ohio struck part of tho submerged founda tion of an old Pilot Varulo ran the at to the Kentucky and her nine teen passengers and crow were landed in She now lies on hor sido in eleven feet of In addition to her passengers the Ohio had a very large cargo of general most of which was consigned to Cincinnati and upper Ohio The most of the cargo will be a total Var ble is the oldest and is credited with being the most skillful pilot on the Couldnt Houd Oil the afternoon Fletcher aged IB of a sophomore at nvited a William of to a While returning through Fair Haven and while crossing tho tracks of Now Haven railroad the team was struck by an express train and Kit ginger was instantly Walker jumped just ii time to escape The horso was tilled and the wagon splintered ftrebacks Warranted to Luist Five Hfioulity it JMC jaudwly mediately in front had boon badly ill leaving the the front end struck the com pletely demolishing that end of the car imd overturning tho in which ii brisk lire wis The ear immediately took the llamas spreading with great mut in u mo ment enveloping tho entire The flint persons taken out wore two both livid then Oldham and her little hoy of Two other children of this lady ware still in the cur and the noting this fact and although badly mudo a desperate effort to return to tho burning Hoing dissuaded in tills sho appealed lo the bystanders to roscuo her Kvory MID who cxmld worked with a but ef forts proved as the lames sproud so rapidly that tho work hud to Iw abandoned in a few There wus u scena of wildest Tim dock of thu bridge was thn tios ills rails bent and and plliw tpllntdivd and broken and all the cum 10 badly wiv lie that no purls of thorn cun lio ever llir Two When the train pullm into Hheridun for a stop u mlddlcng d ac companied bin a handsome womun of About ml th Kcixnl With them wore tlireo bcmililnl two little ones aged und 4 anil an older out ugul they rhoruwid as the kltitod hU wlfo uud olavped THE STORM ON THE ENGLISH Much Unmiigo and Loan of Lifo Canned by the lUncnt the severity of the recent storm is being realized in tho uily additions which are being made lo Ihe 1st of deaths from its tho uccumulat ng evidences of hoavy damage to or total estructlon of shipping and the widespread njury to property along the inland nek of he Great hardship and distress is entailed pon the keepers of tho various lightships nd who not only have not been aliuvud from duty for fifteen but have ot been supplied with provisions within that time owing to tho of send ing boats to Tlic nocoseity of afford ing them prompt relief to prevent them from perishing is now regarded as of para mount and efforts will bo made at once to relievo and provision the It is assumed that nearly every ono of the lightships and lighthouses is in need of extensive A Chuuuol NtoumerH Stormy The passougurs who arrived at Dover on the channel steamer Paris give thrilling accounts of their two days voyogo from Tho vessel is in a terrible buttered und the passengers suffered ex tremely from hunger and many of them being ill from tho effects of thu The cuttings of the Manchester canal have boon very greatly damaged by the to which tho ditch wus sub jected by the heavy rainfall and tho back ing of water into it by tho and much of tho work will hove to be gone over Looking After tho WASHINGTON tho Ho publlcon caucus Monduy night memlior from offered a resolution of inquiry into tho way in which tlo door kwjwr had distributed the lie said he and a large number of other repre sentatives had been loft The resolution was McKiuloy made a gonural statement regarding the in which he suid that they woro designed ehloHy to pre vent filibustering uad promote A rovisionul resolution wiui adopted stating hat if tho rules were as they had been ox Bounded tho caticus would stand by tho com mittee on Until WASHINGTON whljis of both political parties in tho home aro islng every exertion to gut thulr absentees nto place in anticipation of thu buttle OVIT ho first of the contested election which vill probably bu culled up in u day or he understanding at tho Republican cuuriis vus that tho CUM should U taken up tills and us there will IKI no code of rules ho light will bo an interesting Thu oniocrutH practically agroexl In caucus thu Ulior night that they would itwlst cmisldura Ion of any eluetlon case until standing rules bhull have bunn BIiulo 1lmi In Justus whoso nflliv IK at 71 Nassau hod his argument i u cusj Monduy m In thu city iurt as uxucutor of the cbtute of uis ho I sunk backward Into chair lljforo it phyilclan nr ved ho wus Tho court Immodlately He wa tW yearn of Hpulii IoitiiKiiuNf sttl coirewpondiiit o ho Sun i laid ut Lisbon thnt tliu llo ullieun iiluiiiiMit Is ariuNl to furious auger id is hiroiigly udvorf an alllunoi with fixiliiin is dm to Iho puhllcu on of a report that Honor KugiuUt doclurud tlie BpunlKh cortes that Hjiuin did not do 10 to oftfiiJ KuyLtiul for the uiku of tortu Rolihfd of llci Iliuntltiil Hair hy Un known Al Inert nil It Shu Ilpconim n Kin hy Ilimhand Next MillMini Aftut thn Deed In an Uncon RcKius SlutoStory of thn NofurlotiK Clow to tliu It that you knew of this and never reported it to the police demanded Judge Premier during ttii investigation into the al leged insanity of Mary Sehenk Tuesday County riiyblclan Heuchling said he had not known of the events to which he hud just until a few days This is u strange condition of said tho A crime is committed which re sults In tho min of this womans a crime fearcely less than and when tho miittvr is called to tho attention of pub lie oflidals it is not reported to tho I want you nnd tiiu husband to gu at once to the polico department and report the Heuchling and Paul Bchenk obeyed the order and to Burdick in the detective department related tho story which they hud told in tho county Story of the Crime Paul Bchenk was a night watchman at the Bee Hive store on State street and lived with his at 086 North Park They had no children and Sehenk had to spend tho nights She was naturally timid and implored her husband not to leave her by but work was hard to and Sehenk had to provide a living for his so he could not resign his distasteful On the evening of IB he and his wife had sup per and about i oclock ho loft home for leaving his wife to attend to hoi household duties and spend tho night alone as The Woman Awukca a The next morning ho returned at his unu ally eurly hour and found Sehenk lying insensible on a Sho was only partial ly and her long and beautiful black hair had been cut from her A lock or two of the hair was found scattered around tho but the muss of tho tresses had disappeared and there was no clew to the perpetrator of tho strange For hours a local physician worked over the unfortun ate woman before she was brought back to and when success finally at tended the doctors efforts und she opened her eyes tho Jight of reason was re placed by a terrified The woman was a maniac and answered all questions by jiteous appeals for mercy and screams of She was evidently uleodlng with some ono who had visited her room in the night and whom sho thought wus present and prepared to attack her No Murks of Violence An examination by tho attending physi cians showed that Seheuk had had not been criminally and a few marks about her throat and wore so slight and indistinct that no one could say thoy were souvenirs of the nights For lays tho unfortunate woman lay in a de irium and she was then removed to tho Ooruiau hospital on tho north when tho fevar loft the was pronounced a subject for an insane Meantime Seheuk commenced an investigation in hl own way and found u boy in tho neighbor hood who said ho looked through the blind of the bouse on the night of the assault and saw a strange woman kneeling beside Hchenk Tho story is not but uo furthur investigation was and Sehenk wus brought before Judge where o jury listened to the finding her she sent to the asylum at Hoheiik is about ii yours of ago and of a very prepossessing She woo evidently very pretty boforo her but now her face is deathly and her eyet wear a constant expression of terror pitiful to Her husliand is now an applicant foi a positiou as conductor for Chica go Street Hallway and hius no oth or residence than the North Clark street whore ho spends his time waiting for a regular Tho police are looking up the Burdick said ha woul 1 put the matter Into the handsof n German officer foi thorough An Tho Congregational church nt Duiwrs Centre wiu burned this i he loss is nnd the insur ance Tlio church is a historic being tho successor of tho ancient Salem vil lage parish In which tho witchcraft troubles Tho present building wui erected about wus remodeled about u your and was struck by lightning lusl The urih was known as thu Bra mil the Brumuu having preached in it for nearly fifty Thu fire caught over the although there boon no fire In It for several A flichl A pi I I Saturday night about UK puddlnrrf of the Birmingham Uolling mill orguuJzud a of the Amal gamated Association of Iron and Stoil Monday tho men joined the lodge were whereupon the other in Ihu puddling department usc quit Tho taken by the com jmny is Unit it will not aduw the mill to U brought under tho Flooded with Silver FUUT Northern lunu boing flooded with what bankers pro iiouneu thi licht imitation silver dollar thut 1ms buun pluccd in circulition for Mm coin thu IXiut nml color ol thu gonninu und in It it u lighter in weight than tho good dol Thi counterfeits huvu houn placed ill very hUccoHHlully uud thui lor nithout any duo to the Onuivoi und Fnrin alliance of this In its recent meet Ing at prepared u memorial to congress which recitco the difference be tween rail freight from Florida arid water freight from Italy to Nuw which In tbn llrat IX In thu latter from 10 to W conU u and thoy ask that thli ilitroroncu shall bo equalized by a tariff ut 1 tt lux on foreign Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and all very Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of tho Call and see EVERYTHING OUR STOCK OF CURTAINS aud CURTAIN Is now complete nnil on exhibition in our Salesrooms It Is THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST ATTRACTIVE OF GOODS IN THIS LINE EVER BROUGHT TO It will do you good to look It over you buy or But tho attracting w greutaml tho prices so reasonable that we clou 6 tljollovo you cnii resist Tli TJPTTQQPT C this season Is The dosleas In DH U OO LjJLllO Tapustry tiro Ijouutlful and Tho specially and tho iiin Our A larger Blioep Nlcln Black Jioar TMTIT A TTkTCI are or olcc tloii so wide ns O to at QfYTT AT LQnro aro needed to make OUUxLLlXJO stock than over of TDTTrtC In Wlilte Bl rii CURTAINS UVER 700 KINDS AND 8I2E8 TO THE OENUINt DEAR THIS TRADEUARV I HAVE IN RKCOMMENDING fiarland Stoves and THEIR HIGH REPUTATION FOR ECONOMY OF ARTISTIC FINISH STAMPS THEM AS THE tlxo Itis the constant nim of lie manufacturer o make the very Best Stove tlmt cnn be THEY AUK Sold only by FLOSS Telephone Cold Weather Calls for Warmer And so I would state to those in Need to Call and Examine my Stock of An nil on TorloB vutxl hy Lord Kullsliury mill Hinith to Uio of Ihu Kovunnmiit in tliu liuiixu nf coiuMiona tlmt tlirir iituui cltiniU ut thu o tliu buasiuii anil tilt following IK tlvuly iifivuKiry in nnliT Uj tliuiuUr entti of the ministry In ImporUuit juentlonk wlilcli uru to bo And many other things which tend to make a person Comfortable in Cold At Prices to Suit   

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