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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY THUBSDAY ill RAIL Two Passenger Trains Come Together in EVERAL PEOPLE BADLY mwMagwfgjggir ii Enos BOTH MEDICAL and StrSSlton MZSSSiS bj tot A LARGE SOLARIUM doMr personal nt Them Stiuul but Little Chance of Five Men Perish During a flro In a Wlncotmln The Town of Visited by tinging Gonllucrutloii Which Destroyed the Kn tiro ItualneM March A collision of wo passenger trains occurred nt on Chicago nnd Northwestern four passengers wore sorlbusly Injured and everal others were slightly The rains hud orders to moot and pass at La valle and as 4 was heading on the siding the vestibule train struck It between ho baggage car and the throwing the latter on its side and telescoping the econd One man received a fract ured skull and cannot possibly recover two others received injury to thoir spine which nay prove fatal and another man ts thought a ho seriously Who Is Besponslblo T A lady by the norne of Miss Jessie en route from Pleasant to Nova was in the telescoped car and received bruises about her face to an extent as to be unable to continue her jour ney It cnnnot be learned from the railway officials here who is responslflle for the col but it is thought the engineer of the vestibule is at Although he remem bered his he did not take the proper precaution to see if the wrecked train cleared the main The names of the other Injured parties cannot be THEIR ESCAPE CUT Five Men Perish During a Fire In a Wis consin March At at night fire was discovered on the third level of 3 shaft at Germanla The alarm was givun and men working below wero quickly warned of their Will iam Jamie James Thomas and son at work between the fifth and sixth levels were cut off before they could come up to the fourth level and pass to 8 shaftrand hence to the Burracuand are to have Hugh foreman of the reached the surface but went belowto warn the nnd it is thought he perished with At 10 oclock Wednesday the bodies of James Thomas and eon were Origin of the flre is The damage is vary and it U estimated at and is likely to be many times that De fore being WISCONSIN GRAND ARMY tfce TwentyFourth Anmml Kncfcmpment nt March old slouch the Union and the little broniie button were plentiful In Milwaukee headed by The cause of all this was the twentyfourth annual en tiainpmentot the Wisconsin department of the Grand Army of the In ft there were over 000 delegates who came here to participate In the dfliberatlons of the executive council of the but with them came twice is many Grand Army men to meet the old tell the old and liaton to the old songs once Alger on Service When Alger entered the during the session of was greeted with entuustastto He was escorted to the plalform and spoke at ones on the pension Six weoks he he went to Washington to learn the prospects of pension He soon discovered on talking with senators and rep resentatives that there was no hope at the time of passing the service pension bill It was they to pension so many that not in requiring an additional appropriation of and meaning an annual appropriation of Unllo on the Dependent There was absolutely no encouragement for the They told him that a depend ent or disability pension bill would go through all ho meant an increase or an an nual appropriation of for alj This bill was mot on erery band with encouragement and he was assured that it would soon be Alger then designated the this bill would Under the ho con it was best for the soldiers to unite on the dependent bill The remarks of Alger were received with Testimony Qiven Against the LEGALIZING A Startling Decision of the Louisiana NEW March supreme in the case of the Laundry parish has decided in favor the de The accused had been convicted in Laundry parish and sentenced to serve varioiA terms in the stats penitentiary or entering the house of one Duplochin at midnight on 28 and shooting at him With intent to JdiU appealed to the su preme alleging that they had no inten tion Uiau dragging forcibly from the house Dnplechra a named who was wrongfully Inclined to disgrace the community in which she WhiteCapping Miwle Duplechin had interfered ono or the flrcd ft shot over Duplechins FOE THE BBOEFTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third THE CRUELTY OF OTHER One Tlmt He VfM 1ull ttp Then Knocked Uown by A Negro the Sword by os Hsuly ConrtltinrtUI at NKW March Uie Me inqu ry caiu was resumed Wednesday morniHK ujariy half an lumr was monoton ously takenrip by a numlwr or men wbo have already been to swear tliat their Testimony as read the Judge advocate was Corporal Dean edified that when Seaman Honing con fined to be but the re was rofUeJ by the officerof the Hughes and Arms Brooks as to treatment ami condition to iconflne Fulled tp und Knocked Wlliiam FitzgBiald was the next Be Is about the only man as to whoso drunk SnnesSatCronstaUt the Fftow witnesses had He said that one morning while on tuo poop deck told him to get ou his feet When be could not do lugeradl pulled him up and then knocked him the saw Ingersoll itrike Fitzgerald and afterward saw Fitz gerald triced Seaman Hughes also saw the A Colored Boys John a colored boy was amined Ho testified that during the time a call from general quarters vasimade lor tarirot the witnesi was late In lowering the port and for this he was taken 13 by Witness made no leply whereupon Lemloy drew his sword nnd threatened Ihe Lieut Lemley the wiuiesa niU him if ho had with any one since the ship had arrived in NJW Yoi The witness replied A recess XVM then THE 8TEELE In the Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from1 fifty front to one hundred feet and ril Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of the Call and see of a A Great Deal of Interest Taken CHUB Bt March attendance at the Hteele courtmurtial was resumed In the presence of a largo The pub lic interest Denied to have tweu increased In Private com RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED A Georgia Town Il March a town of about near this was almost swept from the face of the earth by the entire business portion of the village being laid The fire was dis covered in the morning about 1 oclock and an alarm soon brought out the entire popu lation of the little Efforte the blaze were and before dawn the principal business square was in Only one store is left in the The ex tent of the loss ia not definitely Fulling Walls at front por tion or the Bowen Merrill stiU standing after the disastrous fell with a crash Wednesday afternoon at i covering several men who were working in the The in so f ar George about the knees and Peter aud nnd William Their injuries are not considered ihot over was roeaUed They had no inten told the circumstunccs of his being nit tion ol doing nun bodily The de lhe lieutenant This closed the pror couton fendants allege that the belong to a baud of or and Crowder called and that it was M the witncss for the defense John now B posttrader at Fort Pein Witness said ho knew Wild as Daniel and he was a private intbe in which witness wus AHEAD With the aim of leading in my Business I have Received Large Stock of BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest in he in ell Sizes and A FINER AND BETTER RUMan the SYRMA at the Samf It lias Pleased his Royal Fatal Sawmill March Amer ican special from this saysThe boiler of a sawmill located at Petersburg exploded Tuesday IP stot7y killing Carl colored a 18 vearold and dangerously wounding Mack colored the Fatal Runaway March wife of County Treasurer John was out her team took SteManaran Battorsby was thrown violently upon the sus taining Injuries from which she died four hours Uiin by a MicrfruiB March aged ot while walking on the New York Central was struck by a train and instantly BISMARCKS Von Cnprlvl Appointed Chancellor of the March The appointment of VonCaprivi as chancellor of the Ger empire to succeed Prince Bismarck regulators or and that it was In the pursuance of the principles of this or ganization that the assault on the woman TUHe was The court quashed the holding that criminal of fense was not complete without felonious in notwithstanding the fact that Duple chin was severely A LOVELORN Be Marries His Forewoman and Gener ally March the probato court Charles Howland has been declared to be of unsound mind and unfit to transact Howland Is very being the leading photographer In tha also in a big Employed as forewoman in the laundry was Miss Julia Sul livan a very pretty About a month ago Howlaid gave her onethird Interest in the It was then noticed that he acted strange and when called to account he said he was in loveith the pretty laundry A day or so later he married He show ered sealskin and other valuable presenteon his wife and then went on HereturnedrThursday andsult was entered by his relatives bo have the transfer at the property set The suit was heard and Howland was declared An effort will te made to have the marriage set The Citizens of AHon and Vicinity ara Cordially Invited U Oal and Examine these I am not afraid of an Inspection of tbelr Severe Snowstorms In the Mriroh aaOne of the fiercest snow storms of the season is raging here The snow estcnds as far east as nnd Is the heaviest at Telegraphic communication Is badly Damaging reports of heavy snow are coining in from all parts of tbo md railroad traffic Is almost sus Sharp Gompetitlon tuereiui HE xa tothoemperor Prince Bismarck gives his ago and falling health as bto retirement from the ohan The emperor was subjected to o to settle the present diffi culty possible by the appointment of a the Wrong JOLIKT March A re of JUUIUpm n tlv iicross uio street from nnd throuah the window where ho supposed TiTvIc W Huugluw Nola to Jollet Bnd lodged In jail nnd Ohio March monthly of the hourd of directors of the Bal timore Ohio railroad was held arOHando Buiitb was elected president absuilCB 01 no March Is heaviiv The weather is not cold and thTsnow The telegraph service In nearly all directions is reported badly interrupted aud business Us subject to The In CITY or March a run of more than occupying nine the special tralni from Chicago con veylng the American Association of General Passenger arrived nere Tbe greeted wi the booming cannon and the cheering a large concourse of people who bad assem bled to welcome The entire trip has been marked by the warmth of the recep accorded to the American visitors by the people of the Mexican A Vote Against the March government was defeated in the house of commons Tuesday by the adoption of a motion offered bj Glatatonlan member for Wes complaining of the encroaol monto upn the public right of way In Bco land and asking that reform laws in regar to the matter be intrusted to county conn The motion was cairled by a vote of 110 to supported the mo know his reputation for truth and veracity T I Was It good or bad1 It was lt Would you believe him under oatur I would la Private William Wright testified Hint Steele was not tyranicul en listed and alwayx noted the RunUo The ChurjM Agulnut BAH Murch investi gation of charges of rrualty misconduct against of tho revenue cutter was resumed Counsel for the prosecution said he would not press the charge of as he could not mid to substantiate It to his satis faotloit Several merchant sailors that while at Ounalaska last summer they saw two sailors taken from the bark Kslolia toThe Bear in and heard Capt Hcaly order them triced They believed the captain was Intoxicated at the MURDERED JN CjOLD An Arkansas Deputy Sheriff SUotA Flsht with tho March Sheriff of this was murdered in cold blood at Monday lo saw two men in camp near wllsvlng they were wan led for a safe burg ary at attempted to arrest Ho was armed with a and had ono at who wus He invited the men to a and they accepted the inv While on the way they divined his Durooee and shot and killed They as capedTbut were overtaken by a whom they beat after wounding two They then escaped to the Blood uounds are now in THI AND BE IT FURTHER Ihut a Copy of this be sent to I MluuUon March wiormousto to ttll the Places of THROW ASIDE YOURfFUBL BAJTBM vu Si IIS Builders Hardware a t Finest Line of Carpenters t North March legisla ture has adjourned sine AH of amor Millers were returned ThTm without prejudice to the The senate In open by a voie ofiP U W took that metUod o disposing of the ap DdnMwta apology for action ffiaottbat wwwr bad not consulted the in tnalUng up bis An ArohhUhop Dangerously March friends of Arobbtabop Brim are seriously elarmed atnis condition and tear Uwt b Iws beaa TlTe Worlds Walr WABHWOTOS March ot Massachusetts presented In the house the report of the com mittee on the worlds The oommittw has riven careful consideration to the state f the of the flnnnce committee of the city of to the subscriptions of the stock ot and believes the subscriptions to be bona that th y are made in good and that they wlfl be IMule In the March supreme court has decided In tho of Weiss against the district Hoard of education that the reudluK of the la public yerjols is licoMirltin and there tore u victory for the who to tho reading of the Bible In the spools and brought suit agauwt tUJ Another Arrest for NBW March Heb bard a special deputy connected withtbB order of arrest department In the sheriffs was arrested in the morning by Detective Servant Hullly on an Indict nt charging lilni with The loner was takon before Judge FlUgerald Tn the general sessions court and placed un derWXW Floss Telephone lie wuo cannot i ball The Noland KWWWON Marcli outing Attorney of Cole has died an Information with Justice Wag ner cbarglnz Treasure MoUnd OUR NEW STOCK IS NOW NIWU COMPLETE U IN ALL ITS New Carpets and Oil Wall Paper and Window Lace Cur and Upholstering We Eospeottully Invite the Public to gall Examine yur Large WM Attnu gavs UaaM upi and was admitted to bail in tbo mm ot HV m TUe OvuUer Newark March the last of Uie tbreu steel urulsars buUt for govern uwit by Cramp of this was succsifully launched We4u MWW Congmsuuvn   

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