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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON TELEGRAPH. ’ VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY AND PIPETTES AT CONT. WTWe must have Room for our mew mxx k of ALBUMH and PA PR* TERI RH mow andor way. Hence, we offer our presout'wtock AT COST. tint* Terrible Accident on the Colony Road. Old A ►'AST TRAIN JUMPS THE TRACK. The Fver POPULAR 10c Sheet Music. {CIUS. J, DEGENHART, Sole Ayimt.) CHOICF SELECTIONS 0 ODC ITI.LY .MOUNDED FO BECH YET AND FOK TH*, USE OK TEACH EBS DK TDK "PIANO AND ORGAN. I hnpsttck Waite, l»f ..... ........ De    Lull! ny Away Galop, l,y G< rtrndo Dream Waite, by Impatience iianjo Galop}, by In ttwSuncbtne, by. ,,............ Jar* Frost's March, by ..... Moment Musical, by......... I’I av rill I tun (in, by ......  . ,. Unman i.rand March, by  _ •'far of Affectum Mazurka,ny shower of Roe*** Galop. bf..,.,. Walt*, by Wreath Waltz, by  ..... Ae., Ac., Ae . Ar.. Wallis, Ili*ptho*#n .atreabbog. IBilge. . . Knight .. schubert. Greene. . francis Hartmann streaking. at a Glees Ae. Third and Piasa sis* ALTON. ill. THE LATEST. Tho Stepping Hone. by Sidney Rosenfeldt, VOCAL AND iHaruL'MlCKTAL) lee a Copy OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* -$1.00 for 15 Copies. til# I (ijftae lwm>dGt.ljf Topple* 0%«r hbA the Pint I'l^nc.r I •*««•), Lands on lop of It- Matey I'rreiiM Frightfully (Wattled by • •« .ping Mnra - The Ared-dent Happens Near Quincy, Mesa—A Large Nu in her af Victims. Bdhtiin, Aug. A).—A terrible accident occurred Tuesday on Ute Old Colony rail* road by which eight pawm-ngere and the fireman tv, re instantly killed and Ute en gluer amt twenty paaeengere Injured, soma fatally. The train, yhlch WM the Vineyant express due in Huston at 1:10 p. in., and entwisting of live or six parlor cars, when within MO feet of the other side of Praddent's bridge aud running at the rate of forty miles an hoar jumped the track, the unglue Immediately toppling over and the first passenger oneek on the top of IL The engine wet Ute to the train. Counted Right Hod Ic*. The dom*-gars wdre for the moat part injured by escaping steam, many being frightfully scalded. Tins Quincy fire department wan called to the sortie as quickly as pow. I hie, and shortly aftewarda the lire aas extinguished. The dead and injured were minored from the eoene, the latter being taken into private houses and to the Quincy hospital. A passenger who wm« in the mooed car of the train says that he think-all the killed and injured among I he passenger* were occupants of the fourth cor. He says he saw eight d ad bodies, and state* that others ‘ay they saw more. A Survivor** story. John Harrington was a passenger in the sixth ear. Ile arrived at Baton at HUO. He was f,(.» injured To a reporter he said: ‘L ail happened so quickly that I can hardly amount for it, hut it seems to me that the engine jumped til*-track fir'!, roiling over partly on the bank. the first four car* pa . I by without very much •I..range, but the fifth struck the locomotive .-quatcly, or «im the locomotive 1 toppled over ob It. The forward cam were derailed and overturn* d. and the [miss* liger* taor** or lee hurt, but the filth cor was terribly eiuaelp I and the occupants were nearly Cl either killed or ae vend y Injured, The Passenger* Kb trapped. The middle of Hie caw was a muss of •haltered timtor* and mangled human j dead or alive. tieing, the seats I* mg jammed together : "•»!•<» th* tteaOiag. Midi., I* tab or en no. Hi IWM!, Midi, Aug ;3.-The bank of Heading ton loan swht Hint In a claver manner. Barly in * week a bual moi* like appearing man walked into the bank and told the cashier that he vt a* selling groceries at wholesale to farmers through that section and wanted t<. know lf the bank j would purch v« augh notes os be should get from tile farmers, Mr Northrop, the , cashier, answered him in the affirmative | and the at ran got departed. On Thnrsday the grocery agent" called upon Walter A June*. a former, living bu the smith part of A lieu township, and displayed samples cf gr*ie*- - Jew which tie wa* sidling ic farmers at extraordinary low prions, Jones went through the list and gave fur about |4t.30 worth of FON MB News Notes of Interest the Capital City. from LIQUORS IN THE SENATE WINO. Mr him an order go* als. Es c»* I Ie a t Purged ca. The stranger then marie a list of the goods ordered with prices affixed on thin paper and Mr. Jones signed the sam** as a guarantee that he would receive the goods. The str inger then w- nt lo Isaac Pherlff and by the same tactic* obtained hts signature to a bdl of groceries On Saturday the stranger again appeared at the leading bank with two blank notes lilied up, tach for Kl jo, and signed respectively by Walter A. Jones amt Isaac Sheriff. . Hoth Mere known to the liauk to lie re- i spored hie, and the notes were purchased i diacouut Monday the farmers upon being not I fie, I that the notes wen* at the bank, carne to the bonk and denied hav lug made any such notes. The signatures are excellent forgeries, and were obtain ed by tracing over NII of groceries. the signature on the HORRIBLE BUTCHERY. A Nut ber of l’< oplr Murdered In Cold blood h» Bandits, Home, Aug. 90.—The ors*rations of Italian banditti hare become very Isdd of late. ->nly last week they attacked gpeoo iron-•etvry at Warn! iii broad daylight iud carried off much valuable booty, besides killing thr>*«* monks who were striving to defend their property, That outrage has flan.b * Resolution Ie fret. ut Their Dele Comes Ip sad Huller Mr set* a Dally Inspection of the I mu milt ,>e Rooms to two* That No Intoxicant* Ars Smuggled ta—Minot tty Upon la tb* Clayton. IkNwkinrMge Contend Klrctlmi lase. 'VAalii vt,tux CITY, Aug 41-Quay's resolution providing for a vote on the tariff bill on the 30th inst., and to postpone till next D. < -nitor consideration (rf the federal election Nit and some other matte:*, was laid befora the annale Tuesday morning. Hoar said be (led red to addr* ss the senate on the subject, bat would prefer to do so Wednesday. Quay said he hail no objection to tho resolution going over without prejudice and with the nuder*!anding that it w«msM ba taken up then, so tin* resolution nut over. lh I in bs re i o u ti* >u offired Monday to prevent the sol* of liquors In Ike adnate w ing of the capitol w as taken up, and Bailer moved an amen Im ut directing the sergeant-* t-arm* bi make daily lnapec-tloti of the commute- rooms sud other apartment* in th# a,-u ate wing, and to re-P sri to the committee on rule* whether he hid found liquors therein. The It. solution U<»es Over. Gorman wonted to refer the resolution and Mrni'iiduient to the committee on rules. I Hair said something alanit making a fourdiour speech nu the resolution rather than have it referred to the committee on rules and defeated by delay. Gorman at once withdrew his motion few reference* and the n * dot'on went over. Th# tariff filii wax taken up. the pending question being i>a I'iumb's ain* ml men I reducing the duty on tm plate from 9 J IO cent to I l» r J*mod and allowing a bounty of I cent a |KHtnd on American tin plat*. Upon re- A ROOM BRICK ROUSE (Thick Walla) I sarge < VI la i\ - with Water In House In Depot, lot ooxiao. to must be sold. '.a    . t*t. I# iqs rn a rn- * Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. In ell f,>liowe l by one equally a* daring at J fl' 1 **'" for a ’I vision of th« qm -ii rn, th* the monastery. Their frt* rids. who had prodding ( Hi -**r, recogMs.ng Its dividbll- f»en making a tour of that district, stopped at the convent for some refn-wh meat, which was spread for them In the refectory. While they were dining they W * re Hurprf .e l by a bund of armed tognmla who burst iii mom them and murdered them in cold iil>eel, afterward robbing th* tMxiim of all vslna,des. Tin**- re-prated acts of brigandage have attracted the attention of the government, and Moidiers will to- M itt into the infected ais-Meta with orders to capture the bandits * qts lek !y a- to entrap the I r.H ar.d p.uweng, prom iheir live* out to an install:. Then Catalogue FICEK on Ap pl im-Hgd, or Hailed PHEE to titty Address. Cbas. J. Degenhart Third and Piita its. Alton, ll rill* Steam from the locomotive rushed [ Info the our and scalded thane persona ■ who wert- ma already badly enough wounded At ieaat five or six were, hided outright aid four or fin* times aa many were Beal dad and O’ ii twIm: buiL These to our car were Bot At rh italy Injured int flu us I could see, fin n- J. tit oc urred between Quincy and NYoIiaet ii, where they were mending tracks. Before I left I tward that the cf cam from the looateotitt en-terrxL fti*o tin forward cars but the daman** t.' them I don’t know.” Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGENTS KOR THE -St. Lctiij Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS. darter Oak Sillies aud llanos Not!•'»sl Firemen » AswHstlm. Dr. maut, Mich., Aug 9u—At noon Ts!ea-|*y th** convention of the National Fit* mea 1 * association wa* called to order in our! room Ne. I ta the city hall by Ch ef C. i Hhu* of Kau *a<> City, and Chief Hat tit-of Detroit warmly welcomed the visitors on i>« half of the fire depart menL at d Acting Mayer Griggs extended the freedom of th, city. Chief Hale and (ie, rge W. fierier of Richmond. Va., r« spouted on tobalf of the association. Tile roll call showed delegatee from twenty-two states present. After appointing a committee on credential# the convention adjourned antu Tab in the evening in the afternoon the delegates enjoyed a rid a on the river. She Had Her Last Huh. Tb iii qi’K. Iowa, Aug. Al.—The wife of Judge C. I, Granger, of Waukon, one of the justice* of the Iowa supreme court, was placed In Dr. Darla' sanitarium, Du Niqti.., four w,h k* ago, to lie treated for an a , 'dofti»< a1 a boom* n-Halting from an tttia k of la gti, |w last February, bb# failed gradually, and saturday the family were summoned to Dttbuqiu- benday ahi-wa* told aho eonid mn lire twenty-four i»our*‘ Hhe then said she had only mw re-qneet to made, and that was -hr wanttx) to die In her own room At once a spiv,ai train wee mad** up, and left here at & 4ft p it* Munday, with Mr aud Mrs Granger and son aud daughter and Mrs BUU*, ll, i aint, r of Mrs. Granger Th* train reach cl Waukon at Ilk*, aud at ll o'clock Mrs. Granger wa* dead She wus the second I ' wife (rf Judy*- Granger. Au In,(mr(ssI M •< ting London, Aug. §0.—Theft Is no doubt that tho forthcoming (m otmg of the An*-Man and German emperors, followed eUvmly on the I nu is of the tatter to Rug-land and ltiuwia, is of the highest political Itf, decided that th,- lint park the reduction in rat,-. had alr-.i ly Is-en Votixl on and deckle! In the negative and therefore could not lie again or In <• >ni!nitte* of th* whole, I Tie rote won 11 tie t akee on the N*nnty< !«uh% but th.H , bange la the eon-(litnm of the (imposition wa* not arnept-able to ITumii, »i< I be rn ll!, drew the whule amend meat, with the nmierat anding that he would offer it again In th# -*-oatn Owings la tb* Dot*-*. The leu so I neaday tabled the motion D, r*H-<in,. ,|,. r the motion bv whim the Nat McKay bbl was pissed. This finally IHMweelha NU. The otll Ut attend the oil-n and law was taken up, dlaeuMa-d and went over Without edkxi. Cannon, from the eommlrtM# tm rules. r»por;«-,i ree -i iHen* m (ting apart I ared*?, Wed-newtay. Thursday anti bot matey and Turo* day rod Wedmmday i.f a xt wi-ok for con-alderatbm of Nil# ropwned front the eom-tnift. *• »m sgrleidliD* The fir*, bi I to l M Like:, UBI* Ut# scii.1t, Iii.! to abl ag, in! I tun! co I ie/, *, the (trtivlons qiw siimi to ie Ordered alter two hour*’ d, loo#. Next shall iw taken up the Iii I for theitlepee-tion of meat- for capomo,-n, and voted on after two hour*' ti*lane Th*»u the NII defining lard shall he inset! up and the pre vinos quell* OI I-red at 4 o'clock MhHthf t ‘a Toe twiny ofmxt w.ek Ila l»ill defining o,: t<,u* absit bi talc n nj* aud D e previous q .,—tb*ii order aI at S o'clock Wwlues lay t hi th* -lays f,welled Ute hmwc ahull meet al ll oh lock Th* order farther proridos for a tm.rn ag boer each day. WARM AIR FURNACES! HARD AND SrtKT CY)AR r* i nae Ta our frionda nrould say Me tm Afire pr- imrwd to tnrf to rf pair ol I ones. Hat infant ion in every case guars ii toed Becotkd- naeoa always on hand.     T    ™ and re* Ft»r| importst,ce It is lo un. place SepL IT at i .T T a* ,    ,    *    I/" < astir iloiin»toek, to MU -io. *i.i w I lkn) " has '' * tnlti rtty rep-.rt in Bl*( k Diamond and Asbest!.a Rooting. Build mg aud 8bt ei-ing Taper. Force, Lift anti SprayiBg Tumps New Home and White Sewing Machine*; ITO each. Agent* for the Fan las gas. —FINE LINE OF Carriages. Baggies aoli Spring Wagons la C ardinal Kewmsa's Memory. IgrffMvK, Aug. 90,—A grand requiem to ss* WI* celebrated to the oratory at K igbsHtou, Birmtogham. Tim church was drnpini to t4ock. Th# eoffin containing the Nslr of Cardinal Newman rested to a tatufalq ie in front at the high slier, G.-or the cofil i was a pail of . violet velvet and around the celalfalque w -re tiuno roue candelabra. Til# cardinal’* bai and red be -tin, with the late cart.in,ii'* heraldic arms, Were on a palm tai below, The bishop of Birmingham eel* braird nuuw, „ .    ,,        ARbongh described ss a strictly private discussion certain weighty politiia1 queethai* will Im ‘ HrTK l ‘i!ir1.lge and John VV'. Clayton facUilattal by the presence of the Kltig of    distrk . of ArkatuMa, The Saxony, Chancellors Van Canel et —» r,-|H,rt dn'tsree that l!,e sui, c •alinit ic* Th* ( brliHi-iiri rklurtS| r (w. Wa; UNUTOA (Try, lag Ai—Through Muiah of IVunsylvania the D-mocrattr members of the house c-uu tuft tea on si, o- the eon teated election case af C.tfton It Rreckitiridge and John VV'. PITTS & HAMILL, 318 HKLLK RTKBET. Snathe Bret HOAD GAUT in llil ^orld for HO. Hardware •ays Only *74 Ware Takan. KT I/it'k Mo , A*i / PO Su(» riI,t* >i • dent I aller, of the Pacific express, re* iterate* the atetetnent that but #74 to aero wcurv.l in the train robbery near I Otterville. Conductor Al Marsh stated that several money perk ages had been J token, but im saki nothing na to the amount. The pureed! of the n bG-rs is I progressing, and Mr. Full. r says that his I company is using every end, av,.r to ratch them K.dnoky, and Count Wilder*-,-. The I bike of Eiliuburgh sod Prince Htsmank are both toking waits- at His •logen. Their exehawg • of formal visits baa led to dose Intimacy, and they hare since taro cowtpankMts on sevml lung walks and otherexcnreiotta ■<*sn<lsi„u* Mevelatloa* Eiprt-M Bt *•«« AVitxa, Aug. JI) -The overdue Nils of th,- Cordova bank are said to amount to fn.iKDdZD Further scandalous revelation, ins az p.-.. ted    Honor Lo pan, minister of fiasmn, baa declared that the government wl:| nwue m> im tea based on the security of land. It Is intend,,! to cancel th# law for lite emission of f 10^-i*JU.UA> to hy pot beest,wy note*. Benor Lopes hogws to four m ouths to are the moral and economical position normal, and to a year to bare the entire finance* on a sound working bads. President Pal legrini con firm* three vinas*. which investigated Clayton'# assawlna God tit Arkansas, failed alniu-t entirely •rf its duty, and that tit* Inquiry wa* a farce, dictated by party malignity; that the district ll al return# I ntoa»<-r*t*every time < xee.it on o, leaving in# preearnp lion iii favor of itrerkinrtdg,: Hist the stealing < rf the Pliimnierville I si I lot box did not chan/e the r»-«ult, sud that th* peopl, will rebuke th* «> arage of unseat tug Breckinridge and right It by their vote*. A. J. HOWELL |DFALER IN Presidential Mont I na I loss. WXKHIX,.mn CITY, Aug. JO —Th* president has scut to the renat* th* following nominations: Ig*vt J* Wright, of th* district (rf ColumbU, to bo register of wills In the district of Columbia; vie* Horsey Claw it resigned. W P. Hail, of California, to U receiver of public money* at iuseavttln, Onto.; VV. JC. K.uims, at Vlr-gtoia, to U< oui-. 11 of K,e lulled Ste ton at Colon IA-pin wall J. CARPETS, CURTAINS, OII, CL0TUS, RUSS, Ac. I Our Prioea WILL BK FOUND Hardware aud Farm Macliiiiery f Altun, III. REDUCTION SALE OF- They Ootvud the UiWestty. Aku land. Win., Aug JU - William Phil-li(e,. a \v«l, to-do bachelor, and Alice Fisher, his housekcc|ier, were arrested late Saturday night, charge I with living together illegally They solved the diffi-cultv by (ailing a Jo-.I ie of the peace to the city jail ut midnight Sunday and toking the mart i age vow*. SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS (’•Melds*! Gel Wort, Ko Urn Hied. Busto*. Aug rn—Frank Hickey, aged 4b, formerly a aret end street railway motor in t l, shot and killed bitnwlf at his apartments, tv«) Shawmut avenue. Monday, became* ut des;-,ud,-ncy at hi* ma bl I tty to get a wk. Hr wa* married, but did not hive wish his wife Pel sa* ta the Pood. BXU. UA I'X, Aug. JU. A Un q I let at To-poia was at totaled by the OOI* mitt*# of the Hervim Progressist party. MoImf , qneatly all the members of th* commit tee were token HI, aud their symptoms indicated that th*y were suffering from I th* effects of arsenical poisoning A ana- LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles*- The Tariff Mad Lo • Go* Bill*. VV ash I motox City, Aug.. JO.—Reprearta- J tall vs Keane,Iy of Ohio has put ta dreula Go:, aa agreement to he signed by Me (•uidiean me rn lier* of the house, pledging tii*Mii to prevent the tariff hill going to the ' ores, lent until the elre tlou hill I* (wooed I ..UU, Ut .b. —OU wm pUc-d -T”*?* 1 **'*    "*    *» k *” '"»» i in the food iutcattoually. with the object rM?L*zi    ‘ B    Attor in    of    Urn <iRE AI EXTENT -rf our SALES we pre cabbled to do Buaioena on n VERY CIAJSR MARDIN Ofniiu d fact Hint we handle by far rn rtw*- LARGER QUANTITIES .OF GOODS TUAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THI CI I k. *    TI    rf rec.. F with Of killing the |,ersouM w ho had partaken of it. it is also thought that the crime wa* tho work of th* political enainire (rf th* Frug racists PERFECT FIT IND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT Premet* J,w|i' Itti , littxjr. Vt XKK a, Aug Bi— Til* lifrthday cif the P aperer Fret’ e s J v»pb k the , Mi anni Ternary of which » w it .eeurred Munday traa otoervts! aith ea'hu4e>RI through eat the A !*»tr:.;n empire. Atsoag those j tebgrapktng their u>ngratahvikxi* was-tie* KfiU| ct >r (d li< rngwiy. OswrsMvsl Hallway MatMtag. Lf* Ms J.Aug. JBL— lh# German govern. man I bae moi ere i a railway battalion to make the expelimcnt of laying an army line crf railway ‘ut sr ecu Hpt-ran berg and Inzb rburg. ca-t l'ru«-ia It I* eX(a$eto<l that the entire wm k will tie flu *h*-d w.thln four (toy*, ft i* iou ndwl that other similar experiou as nball lie tun I , the lines in ,• ach o*K»* to remain permanent I y aa portion* of the ga ae mi railway system. frightful \V rec Ii en (be Ifalaa Peel** I iiikidau. Colo., Aug JW -A terrible wreck occurred on th,- I’Ilion Pacific rail road just to low Barela XI Imlay morning, j In mulch mven men are- reported to have i h»*t their liv e ami f u » -u #erln«*|y (n- I jured. A aprot ii tram rn id* up of ail the I surgeons thai roo d to acc tired left thU city brr th- w en# of the accident, bot no pert! uu«,N I,#.** Uvu received. The wreck,<d (twin left thi* city Monday mom in / t,. r» j air a bridge that had town waahrei out near la tvia, and It la sup (weed that the engineer failed to atop the train In Gnu ami that all ware duel,,*! SPRI1I1 SUITS. BRUEGGEMAN BRO s, (Successor to A. Brueggemai,.) Artistic Tailoring and 6tnt I Furnishing Boget Emporium, Tia^-a Ntret t. W DI i unit are it..- ti*,, i,tai, lo,tag liioa. Mui .(.MU', Mao. Aug ga—Frank A lf,cuter, of Great Burring!<»a, ha# lawn elected prest(Uot of (Aahit e.tllege, the priadpai «4u> lUonal ,ntt -b!i*lim«iut of ii nolulu, and baa adopted th* poettioti He u» ISI year* ald. aid agre, blate of Arn* here*. The Lafayette Mat ae Arrives New YoUk, Aug NI—I be at at a* of U-fajrstte, gtven by th* French g> .emment > to tto I'tilted Jute,, which arrived tora Monday, will to erected la {.atoy.-tie square VVnohlngtoe City It la a beautiful wor k or art It* height, with pedsa-tai, ie fifty fiat, and tto cwt wna ffu>. UXI I he (* •»• ala. •>• ara on IU fonr sides hrouaw gr Mips, mu bb mot ic of IgrfayeUe'a career in America. L'Jl Ped »l I Im War. (SALVADO*. Aug a' Don Oaltndo, th,. Balr adurlan agaffi et (HtotemaU city tele-graph* to Pre*}.lent Kreta that « peace honorable to Ktlvador haw been arranged. * Irea Wort. 1    BYK Pits-VI 1,14 I son lr, I V , . .» I Maid „    're.-.' i by I -nukiH, can* !>• -('..vt-l bv Pin*. O.. tug. Bk- The Jeffer -ere dastroywl by fir* >• fXlfssF, partly rover-fl - H. pn u the rtre is appo*ed to have lamb w mok stock 4 balii* Mi.u,’a Wife 4IU««tt<L Dvplix, A ag JU. * A ee'imtianU snit hi now (lauding la the lr. n conite of jest ie* which, It is o na ’.deny *xp . LvI, wUi c lipse the Dunlo ca**- in Int, mat The fa-Mtloner B a fcMvlgn nolrfrtnan whoee a f -, a Ie* ztltif'll an I oeoompllahmi lady, h allegri to hare been abduct**! aune tinw ag >, and whoe* whereabout* hare ti,A up lo uow been dt-covered, in *pit« of (be fact thai every me.na have been tak-n Ut H aw ber hiding piece. I an tow momtrintf » lu# gad va riel stock of Cloth*, in nil (Bo prevailing shade*, for .SpriuK Snit*, wfcioU I a, 0 prepared to make up ii Ute Most Fastuoimble Stvles, UU A UA NTE EING Perfect Fit, Reasouable Rates Complete a D<t%    -j Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st ParliwMieel Tsk«, m H *t. loYPtff, Aug KL—Parliament woe pro rogued Mon I .jr. Th qttian’s s.Kvch wa ae usual a to . f l r- uio. iit and very dry It icier* to lite ll Iii bu Ken dtifi cultre and saya the iv nm, ut ha-of fered to arbitrate the matter. otiso

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