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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON 1A US DAY AUGUST AND Terrible Accident on the Old Colony A II on V rnuet have Room for our SEW of ALBUMS and PAPE TORIES uow under we offer our AT The Fver POPULAR Sheet CHOICE SELECTIONS lARRPULtY AKMANGTCM FO BEOINNEP AND KOK TUB U8K OK TEACH EES OF THE SIANO AND Third and Piasa Oliopstlclr Fly Away Gertrude Droam Impatience Uanjo In tup Jack Frosts Moment Ilavful Husslan Grand Star of Affection Shower of Uoses Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies 15 Catulogmc FltElS on Applica or Mailed VllEE to tiny Third and Piasa II Mixed Paints Oils FOR THE Fine VARNISHES and A FAST TRAIN JUMPS THE Inimmllutoly Tupplm OVor tind the First ImutfiiKor Coach Lull els on of Frightfully Bctililect lij lUcupliig Acci dent Iliippenn Near Lnrjse Number of terrible accident occurred on the Old Colony roil by which eight passengers and tho fireman were instantly killed and the en gineer and twenty passengers some Tho which was tho Vineyard express due in Boston at and consisting of live or six parlor when within 100 feet of theothersWe of Presidents bridge and running at tho rnte of forty miles an hour jumped tho the engine immediately toppling over and the first passongor cosoh on the top of Tho engine set fire to the Counted Klglit The passengers were for the most part injured by escaping many being frightfully The Quincy flee de partmcnt WHS called to the scene as quickly as and shortly aftewards tho lire was The dead and injured wero removed from the the latter being taken into private houses auc to the Quincy A passenger who WHS In the second car of the train says that he thinks all the killed and injured among the passengers were occupants ol tho fourth He says ho saw eight dead and states that others say they saw A John Harrington was a passenger in the sixth Ho arrived at Hoston at Ho was not To a reporter he said Ic all happened so quickly that I can hardly account for but it seems to me that the engine jumped the track rolling over partly on the bank the first four cars passed by without very much but the fifth struck the locomo tive or else the locomotive toppled over on The forward cars were derailed and and the passRii girs or less but tho fifth car wan tarrihly Ktiuujipil uurt the occupants were nearlyall either killed or severely Tlio PnsHciijfors Tho middle of the was a mass of shattered timbers and mangled human the scats being jammed together so quickly as to entrap tho passengers and press thoir lives out in an Then tho steam from the locomotive rushed Into the cmand scalded those persons who wero not already badly enough At least five or six were killed outright and four or five times art winy wore scalded and olhittwlftu Those in car were not jterlously injured as 1 could Tho accident occurred between Quincy and tvhero they were mending Before I left I heard thiu tlio eteam from tho locomotive en also tho forward cars but the dam to them I dont Mm of bunk of Hauling has I in a clever Early lat wooh a liuslmto like appearing man walked Into tho bank and told the cashier that ho was selling grocer ies at wholesale to farmers through that section and wanted to know if tho bank would purchase such IIOIIM as ho should get from the the answered him In tho affirmative and the stranger On Thursday the grocery called upon Walter a Jiving iu tho south part of Allen und displayed samples of groceries whleh ho was selling to farmers nt extraordinary low Jones went the list and gave him an order for about worth of PoVgcriotk made a list of the goods ordered with prices affixed on thin paper and Jonos signed the same iw a juarnntee that he would receive the The stranger thon went to Isaac Sheriff and by the same tactics obtained his sig nature to a bill of On Satur day the stranger again appeared at the Heading bank with two notes filled each for nnd signed respectively y Walter Jones and Isaac Both were known to tho bank to bo re und tho notes were it a Monday the farmers upon being notified that the notes wero at tho came to tho bank nnd denied hav ing made atiy such The signatures are excellent and were obtain ed by tracing over the signature on the bill of News Notes of Interest the Capital from LIQUORS IN THE SENATE Cold HORRIBLE A Number of People Murdered in by operations of Ital ian banditti have become very bold of Only last week they attacked mon astery at Warni in broad daylight and carried off much valuable besides killing three monks who wero striving to defend their That outrage has been followed by one equally as daring at the Their who had been making a tour of that stopped at tho convent for some refresh which was sprecd for them in the While they were dining they were surprised by a band of armed blgands who burst iu upon them anil murdered Ihem in cold afterward robbing thu bodies of all Those re lented acts of brigandage have attracted the attention of tho and soldiers will be sent into the intected dis tricts with orders to capture the bandits dead or Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift arid Spraying Now Home awl White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE Buggies anil See the Best HO AD CART n too World for ft NiiUoniil Firemens noou Tuesday the convention of the National Firemens association was called to order in court room 1 In the city ball by Chief Halo of Kansas and Chief Huitle of Detroit warmly welcomed the visitors on bohalf of the lire and Acting Mayor Grlggs extended the freedom of the Chief Uulo and George Taylor of re sponrtod on bohalf of the roll call showed delegates from twentytwo After ap pointing a committee on credentials the convention adjourned until in the In the afternoon the delegates enjoyed a ride on the In Cardinal NeivmiinB A grand requiem mass celebrated in the oratory at The church waH draped in The coffin con taining the body of Cardinal Newman rested in a catafalque In front of the high Over the coffin was a pall of let velvet and around the oatalfalquo were numerous The cardi nals hat and rod with the late carninnlH heraldic wore on a pedes tal The bishop of Birmingham celebrated Shu Hud Her Liut wife of Judge of one of the justices of the Iowa supreme wns placed in Davis Du four weeks to be treated for an abdominal nbscoss resulting from an attack of la grippe last She failed and Saturday the family were summoned to Sunday she I was told she could not live twentyfour turnl She then said she had only one re quest to and that was she wuutcil to die in her own At once a special train was made and left hero at with and Granger and son and daughter and sister of The train reach ed Waukon at aud at 11 oclock Granger was She was the second wife of Jiidgu Hardware and Farm REDUCTION SALE OP SUMMER SUITS AJfD PANTALOONS TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT Successar to BrueggomanO Artljiio Tallorliifl and Gents Furnlsliing Coods Piasa Suys Only 8T4 Wnrn BT dent of the Pacific rc tonilos the ntjitument that but inoash vcro Becurcd In the train robbery near Conductor Al Marsh Btoted that HovonU money paokngos had been but ho wild nothing iis to tho Tho pursuit of tho robbers in progressing and Fuller ways that his company IH twing every endeavor to catch ThojHulvml thu Phil a welltodo and Allco liiw wero arrested Into Satunlay olmrgud with living tOKothar They solved tho diffi culty by culling a Justice of the peace to the city jail at midnight Sunday und tak ing thu manIngu Cniilcliit Out Hu llu aged formerly a wont end street railway mo tor shot ami killed himsulf at ttlu Shu win ut Mon because of despondency at IH Ina bility to gut Ha was but lid not llvu with hlM uirU aiThi birthday of tho Kranois thu illth atint Vdruury of whleh occurred Monday was oliKervwl with umhuulaHiu through outthd Aiwlrliin Aiitong those their imngnitulallonH was tho of An Important is no doubt that the forthcoming meeting of the Aus trian and German followed closely on tho visits of the latter to Eng land and is of the highest political It la to take place 17 at Castle in Although described as a strictly private certain weighty political questions will be facilitated by the presence of tho King of Chancellors Von Caprlvi and and Count Tho Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Bismarck are both taking water at Kis Their exchange of formal visits has led to oloso and they have since been companions oh several long walks and other Bcumlnlolia ItovelutlouH BUENOS overdue bills of tho Cordova bunk are said to amount to Further scanda lous revelations are Sonor Lo minister of has declared that tho government will issue no notes based on the security of It Is intended to cancel the law for tho emission of in hypothecatory Setior hopes in four mouths to see the moral und economical position and in iryour to havo the entire finances on a sound working President Pel legrini confirms these IoUon In tho banquet at To pola was attended by tho committee of the Servian Progressist Subse quently all tho members of tho commit teo wore taken and their symptoms Indicated that they wore suffering from tho effects of arsenical A sus picion that tho arsenic was placed In tho food with tho object of killing the persons who had partaken of It is also thought that the crime wosjJio work of tho political onomlos of tho IlpAolutlan Provcmt Their Sale Up ami Uuilcr WmiU Dally of tlio Committee lloonia to Sou Thill No Arc Smuggled In the Claylon liruoUlniidffi Oaiitimted KlootliKi WASHINGTON resolution providing for a vote on the tariff bill on tho 00th and to post pone till next December conMlderatlon of tho federal eleetlon bill nnd gome other was laid before the senate Tues day Hoar said ho doiirwl to addrms the senate on the but would prefer to do BO Quay said lie hod no objection to tlio resolution going over without prejudice and with the understanding that It would ba taken up so tho resolution went Plumbs reflation offered Honday to prevent the sale of liqunra to tho senate wlrigof tlm cltpitol was taken anil Butler moved un amendment directing the Kcrgeuntataruis to make daily inspec tion of tho com mitt ou rooms and other apartments in the uauate and to ro p rt to the committee on rules whether he had found liquors Tho ItuHolutloni QOOH Gorman wanted to refer the resolution and amendment to thecommlttee on rules Blair said something about making a fourhour speech on tlin rather than havo It referred to the committee on rules and defeated by Gorman at once withdrew his motion for references and the rceiiliitlon went The tariff bill wait tnkori the ponding question being on Plumbs amendment reducing the duty on tin platn from a MO cent to 1 per pound and allowing n bounty fit Icent a pound on American tirj Upon re quest for it division of the presiding recognizing Its divisibil decided that the first the reduc tion in had alreuly voted on and decided In tho nextllve and therefore could not be on in emnndttoe of the Tho vote would be taken on the bounty but this change inthe con dition of the proposition was not accept able to and lie withdrew tho whole with the understanding that he would offer it again In the rci7is in tho The house Tuesday tabled the motion to reconsider the mutinn liy which the Nat McKay bill wai This finally pusses the Tho bill to amend the alien nnd law was taken discussed and went over without from tho committee on reported resolutlonx setting npart Wed Thursday und Kutimlny ami Tues day und Wednesday of nixt week for con sidoriillon of bills reponod from the com mittee The first bill to be token up is the Beimie to aliV tural the previous question to tie ordered after two Next shall be taken up thu bill for the Inspec tion of meats for and voted lifter two Thou the bill defining lard BhrtH be tnkcn up and the previous question oiiKirud oclock On Tuesday of next week the bill defining Almll taken up and tho provloiiB question ordered at 8 oclock n the dnys specilicd tho house shall meet at 11 Tho order further provides for a morning hour each Thn ClaytmiUrcctdnrldtfti Maish of Peunsjlvanlii the Democratic members of tho house committed on olco tions have flloJ a minority report In tho contested election case of Clifton Brockinridgu and John Clayton from tho Second The report declares that tho subcommittee which Investigated Claytons assassina tion in failed almost entirely of its und that the inquiry was a by party malignity that tho district returned Democrats every time leavingtho presump tiou in favor of Brockinridge that the stealing of tho Plummorilllo ballotbox did not change the and that the people will rebuke the outrage of unseat ing Brecklnridgo and right It by their IlvitlUuiitlnl WASHINGTON presi dent has sent to the the following npmlnutliiiiK jjevi of the dis trict of o bo register of wills In the district of Columbia vice Dorsey Clagott of Cull to be receiver of public moneys at of Vlr to Ixj consul of tno United States at Colon arain WV1 U sia Mann StiUJI street WARM FURPCJS IH W S 25 s SM 2 slj I5I s3 s atg S R O M r CLOTMi ivaw IsaS WILL Thu Tariff ami ICIiiUoii tion an agreement to bo signed by He publican membera of the pleilglug them to prevent tho tariff bill going to the president until the election bill Is punned by tho Ho claims to havo forty LOWERConsidsring Tbap ID ady other house in A GREAT EXTKNfTof our S BuniniSB on a VEttY CLOSE ognteed fact that handle b by ARGIN ftnl far i of do LARGER THAN A Clilllviitii Dm Uiiuiillun VOIIIIK I if Ureat has buen elected piusidout Of Oiihii tho prnclpal wliiciiiliinal imtalilUluiuiut of and has aeeujitod thu Ho is llf yvars and a gralinitu of AMI Km nl tinWins Hull tho BulvHilorittu iiKuiit grapliH to 1ruNlilutit that it pence liouurabiu tu Bulvtuloi1ms boeu Oovoiiiniunt Ilitllwuy Gorman guvem mont has ordered a railway battalion to j make thu experiment of laying an army j Hue of railway between Speorotiborg and It Is uxpoclod I that tho entire work will bu fliilshed within it in inteudud that other Himj llaroxpurlmoiu shall be tlio In enoh ciiHi to ruinaln permanently HH portions of the general railway ilici fitutiio NEW statue of given by tho ftuvoriunant to tin Unltixl which nrrlvatl here will hu urniitud In iMtnyuttei Wiwhluglon It beauti ful work u Its with IH IIfly uutl thu iwt wan The bwirn on Its four emblematic of caruur In I run Uorlu iMMlruynd by Tho TIT U on tlio Union A terrible wrouk oceiirrnd mi tlie Union Pacific rail road Just below Hurelu Mniiduy in whleh KOVCII men un reported to have lost thoir Ilvox nnd rnrtycri In A tniin miulu up of all the vtirgeoiiH that cutild IKI socurod loft thU I oily for scene of tho but no piirtleuhiiH beon Tho I wrecked tiitln left I his city Monday moru liilflo wpiilr n brldgo that had boon washed out near and it Is sup poned that the falloil to stop ho train In tiiuu and that all wore suTiiiiilniiil suit U uow ponding In tho IrUi courts of juntlou It IH wtll eclipse tho Dunln ease In Tho petitioner Is a foreign nobleman whoae u beautiful and iiooompltuhud It ulluKod to have bean abduoUxl sumo II me anil whoio whoroaboutu havo nut up to now boon di In spite of the fact that every have been to truuo hor hiding now by f iIiMtroyod by llro partly ctivciruil uf tho liro In in hnvu 1itrlliMiiiiiit TukuH n Thu qsiiMiii H win im tuuiil i and U U liio U ami wijrt Iho hm ui furud to urHtrale tho A Perfect Fii Reasonable Kates Complete raol FtnVf iTOtt ill i   

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