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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois AXTON MARCH HE WANTEDm7 MEDICAL and A LiARGE SOLARIUM daiy personal attention More About the Disaster on the Lake Shore THE CONDUCTOR 18 He Ordered the Engineer to Stop tho For 1art of the Truln In Direct Viola tion of tho Kuimwny Accident In People Badly Women and a Man Drowned In March patients kt the Pitch who were injured in the Lake Shore are all doing Baucus is suffering intensely from nerv ous but will His brotherin law and of are with Moyers was able to be moved tothoTlfft The condition of Miss of Is improved though her broken arm and rib causo her much ot whoso right arm WBB is getting along of will be out in a few ol is a pretty sick His head is badly cut and his side He passed a fairly good night and is resting easy and no dangerous results are of and Julius of New both with broken are much Improved and getting along The others injured arc all doing The Conductor Was to Coroner Tucker and a jury visited the soeno of the wreck and made a thorough examination of the road and the The Inquest will be held Tuesday As additional faote are learned it becomes clearer that tho responsibility for the acci dent rests with Conductor The rules governing the case a train breaking in two specially The for ward part must not stop until the engineer Is sure the rear part of the train baa Prom the statements of tho Is evident that no step was taken to asiMrteln the position of the detached portion before the forward part was What a Hyacinthe of says tho train ran along for three minutes otter it broke in He then saw the con ductor pull tho bell rope to stop the Beauchemin ran to the conductor and ex For Gods sake dont stop tha train or we will be The con ductor gave no heed to the Beau chomin ran to the rear platform and behold the detached sleepers gaining ground Ho cried to the passengers to jump and then CHUB the The bodies of five of the victims lie at the That of Baucus is at an undertaking establishment Baby Stewart was vei7 foverishduring the night and could not be continually calling for SAD END TO A KIght People Injured In a Run away March persona wvsre seriously some of them fa in a runaway accident A party of Now Suit for Crim Ula Inn March an old and physician of l i an o has tedloted tor criminal tod thereby hangs ft told Fifteen Charles Twppe contracted ft bill for with The dootof tried to collect and ITappo died and his family was paid life Than Nichol renewed his efforts to collect hU and again mot with 111 Tho good doctor waxed wroth and bad a score of tin signs painted and posted conspicuously about Theslgns oontelned tlie naiiie of the delinquent Trnppe and woundup with the advtas People should pay their houest debts or not Uve In uiu pay honest The signs pulled tuis Increased ttta doctors Ho had another lar to the with the woijdsadded Pull ing this down is not tho waf olJay The grand jury took the found a true bill for criminal libel against the physi A Cleveland MnriKlilsfihmileif tmmedl AfterHit MarchilOJohn Bervlees Over the of Minister AN IMPOSING FUNERAL Governors and In AHenUancprrTh Political Various Turn Out to Pay taut frltoU OldTime Isaac Jordan FronounoM the March rertatnsof Minister George Pendloton arrived in this city in tho and wore deposited In state lii the chanet1 of tha ClirUt A detail each company of the Mrst pomthanf of LluuU Huna Building Lots Oorner Main and Eignth and Ninth and jlPl50 Bluff two each for Alton Fiftlr was a young with three houses and and banjt account For saven years he had been engaged to Ad dle May Friday went to Miss Bishops ami thajt the mar riage take place at the probate steurid and then repaired to the j where they1 wertfinttriei They then to nwWencei OF For further informatton address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers RESOLUTIONS UNANIBOU8H ADOPTED Hilly lU tt 8lKhteen people was out driving in a four horse sleigh when one of the reins broke and tho four spirited horses dashed away ul breakneck running into a sidewalk and throwing the occupants of out with terrific Eugene Do Marten received internal injuries which it is feared wm prove fatal Miss Minnie Pittman was badly cut about the head and is George Plttmaus right leg was brokeanear fa George Pittman was cut obout tho head and and fi Brainerd was terribly gashed across the top ot the Five others were but not A Workman Blown to Maroh from saysi axad a nitroglyocrine was Mown to pieces at 10 oclock in ttie at an oil well nine miles from in the Grimm He had Klycorlne out to the well and was to put to a torpedo In some unknown maCr it The boiler hpueewM Parto of the mans remains were JAA TlA In posssesston of it I may be f re by the No one knows why killed AND DIDNT GET SHOT 1 A Nose Pulling Lottery March Uve Walsh pulled General Goodwins nose la one ol the dors ot the capital FrUayaftwftoon for naviug mentioned his naroa in withtherecent lottery seandatt Goodwin made no effort to Later there were reports that a dud would grow of the but it is not generally believed that the attorney though not lack In will attempt to got even accord ing to the Trouble at a Prime POKT March of and Angus of Port fought eleven rounds with hard gloves at Point The fight was to a and King failed to show up for the twelfth Both men were badly used George Kings erso to the a Serious trouble was averted b the The battle was witnessed by a small but the battle was a fierce flt houpr during the orning the eet front Prices Over 100 Houses Iftiiif different Call and see Ono HuudrsdVM to one hundred feet from on One of the ni t Jihson and was sunt aril tho jjaj taksn up In a small one and King was badly stakes were Th Omaha Linemen on March than 100 linemen employed by the Western Union and Postal Telegraph Thomp sonHouston Electric Light the Omaha Motor Railroad company and the Nebraska Telephone company have struct for increase in telegraph and telephone Itoemen demanded an cUs per electric light men demanded per The Postal company have granted but the re and not a city to at srhe Line ol of CoL PhtfDoKscbV cortimwiding Governor Jamnbeli andrtatf First band Smltb and starfIlirst rogimsnt f 04 with pallbenr JtirawimnWi by tfce Old Woodward club n hollow square theImmwllatofamily nnl deceased in carriages Ira Buck and eiOuvornor f FcyrakM Binor B axGovernor A Taft and Qoyjrnur Lyou third carriageMayor Berry ami Craigheiulj fourth French and Norway and Sweden and Esbergers Hamilton county bar as Cincinnati Memorial members of Cincinnati chnraHsr or com members of board of an 1 members Cm oinnati Ptoneer Gurinnn Pioneer delegation common city state and federal Ohio club Blaiue Duvkworth West End Republican Ycnin Mens Demo cratic Sherman Elliott and Ruffln Kinoon o Halstead James North Cincinnati Exst Democratic political orgauizationii from Coving Ion and private and The Memorial The great hall where the public memorial services were held was suitably ilruped and the catafalque adorned cvurtTecns and tropical was pronounced bv the lifelong friend of the Isaac MV after which tho woVe the family to Spring Grove cemetery lot With the aim of Leading in my Line of Business I have Large Stock of BYZANTINE I The Latest in he in all Sis The CitiKena of Alton and A Examine these I am not Invlusd to of l iT OVER 703 KINDS AND SIZES FROM TO Worlds Fair Cwgter has a wife nnd two Han and Two Young Women March special to Tho Tribune from Mason MTII Friday as James of wo oiui ta bodies could be found and Boy and Horse March at a short turn on the bank an Ms Boyal Nibs wiUJSJflAbt Caught Under a Sand Maroh Bummlt atont two miles from n With ol a Young itoting that house are preparedoto tart tag of Siworldsalr x i March specWsays the Northetn X stotqi ttwt slgwd THE Bowman at formal trial of tpe JBfVangelipal ohuroh mi trial began thelnvestl to since the red at by thefcHal the pffBoti that the Blvhop Bowman entire for An BipreK Agent l March CUng the United States ess dlsappoarodfrom the el 0 Interertfc when vr ana DRY GOODS to Call on Own THE AND BE IT lojiginK Ln Bhe left a note 0 inspectorr baj ta aSnlng or two before his Mo shortage been Treasurer Nolans Br Maroh The committee pointed to investigate the affairs 9 Mo Kecasb announced a 110 which it was said wouW ed later an ton books and papers to the College Oratory annual oratorical oontastot Wabash college was held Friday a Btover wo M Plover imo and wffi reTreCt the college at to held mopth be be sus jfiWw a bishop and from wouoi TOB emrfentfoe will meet In 8ep SisUop Bowman tho whileairBlrW the work of a tonU and utterly at Tarlanoo with the senH the dominating majority in church establishment The i trial was made and mbrooad under the wme about church TMROW ASIDE YOUB IlliailU j f Builders Hardware a Yl Jave we Finest Liiie of ftpls J6 6 Telephone March big xwwW caused here by tho IHlng of suite nJxtyeightcttiwnsof by Jacob tho pwnw of a ttluttnv dO Vlfty noeifloij wd yariod Ike for Spring whtou I BUI up their ayor being to They are make a vigorous A Vfewher a will known CfeowIT Jordau ing liu lukd enough He anTlio token Hlttiw March and dub In the indJana Btote gfjjjj ore ooinpoiMd ot lalaritd taoiwdby ngortufuesB March It that the minister has fatltd to secure any ds attitude to l il In Lisbon Bates and Complete 11 Ui Mcvoh Orders haw tvod 10 the bulls of aiut will of ttie ww will jrphjbty f It
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