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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME TUESDAY SEPTEMBER NO 03 The Ever POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS OAKEFULLY AIMIANOED KO BEGINNE AND FOK Till USE OF TEACH ERS OF THK PIANO AND Ohopstlck Fly Away Gertrude Dream Impatience llanjo In thp Jack frosts Moment Playful Busslan Grand Star of Affection Shower o Itosos Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND 1NSTUUMENTAL 100 a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FllEE to any Third and Piasa Ill Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VAENISHES and darter Oak Stoves aiid Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the Farm LINE Seethe Best ROAD CART World for HU Hardware and Farm Jl Are Immenselypopular becnuso thw itrlctly fully and lUll only medium in price Are the best In and have led etheri for Over in The people are bound to liuvo the and will nave uono but the Oar prices arc the lowest turtns either time payments or as ous toutert Gall and tee or send for Cata and iall 233 State Q16 918 Olive Mention thin Juper A Terrible Railway Wreck Oc curs at FIVE PERSONS MEET THEIR An KxpreM Train Cnuhei Into tlie Hear ot M Ilonlo Trnln In Which Were of a Oermnn Latlieran Orphan Asylum and it Frlghtrul Dlmwter the Fatal Wreak on the Wabanh tho result of somebodys criminal cnrelessnoss five luirrmu boluga wero crushed to death and nearly a score of others more or less biitlly hurt In a railway slimsliup on the Burlington tracks at Kedzle avenue and Eighteenth street Sunday Sun day morning sixtyfive carloads of Ger man representing the church patrons of the Germdu Lutheran Orphan embarked for a station Bomu fifty miles from this city to hold their annual Theywent via the Illinois the train being divided into four The Illinois Central trains run over the Q tracks far as At about 5 oclock the pie nickers embarked for the four sec tions starting within a few minutes of each The Fatal The fourth in charge of Con ductor Carrlngton and Engineer reached the Kedzie avenue station at about 7 A freight train being on the track ahead Seuvers brought his train toa He was obliged to wait about fifteen minutes for a clear Just ai he started his engine the Bur lington and Qulncy suburban train known as Downers express came dashing down the line at the rate of thirty miles an hour and crashed into the rear of tbe excursion Then followed one of those terri ble scenes so often chronicled of The night air was filled with the shrieks of dying and injured women and tbe groans and curses of The car next forward of the rear was sent crashing half way through the coach It was driven like a wedge propelled by some mighty power into the crowded with seventy men and It carried to four per sons instant It broke the cruelly tore the and ground into pulp tbe bones and muscles of a down or more poor Removing the Dead and Kediiie avenue and Eighteenth street is a lonely spot at There are but few houses in the Hence the work of rescue was delayed for several Kirk Eastman was ono of tbe first on tbe ground and he directed the With aiB little band of helpers the task of re moving the dead aud wounded was begun aud every fresh arrival was pressed into and in half an hour tbe illfated rain was By this time a crowd numbering 600 people had The police and fire departments were quick to and everything possible was done for the Lliit of the The killed are Misi Tillle 21 rears of 4W Ashland avqnue Miea Martha 19 years sister of Til le Theodore 18 yeasg brick residing at 500 Hasting head crushed to pieces Otto IT years of 163 Center was taken to the county hospital where be died at 11 Monday morning uriknowu prob ably bead crushed beyond recogni At noon Monday six persons had died from injuries received In the The sixth fatality was reported at the coroners office at The death was that of Minnie 22 you re who was taken to her homo at 718 West Twenty first street rit midnight Tne body which was unidentified was Monday morning recognized as that of Albert a boy 15 years who resided with his parents at iMHWaoh burne Tillle who1 was Blip posed to be not dangerously was at noon Monday in a critical condition at her 106 Burling Lena Res who was thought to be in danger of is getting She is at her 1JJ Orchard The A WRECK ONTHE the Death ol Disaster In Three wreck oc curred on the Louis and Pa cific nenr here iitiout 8 oclock Sunday iu which Engineer Martin Esk Fireman Joseph und Brake man Williamson were Tbe accident occurred at n trcntle about 800 feet long which a cut mnde by a creek through the The bridge Is at the end wf n curve so sharp thnt n person standing 100 yards to the eutrt enn just Mee the end of The which emulated of seventeen loaded cars and K was just coming round this eferta from the the whole western half of the brldga wm disuovered a mass of Ttoe brakemon wore at their as he gradt is steep thhs aud the engineer revergid his Imt it scarcely ohockjad the The struck the burning whlo the ours were piled above it In a shapeless The Awfal Brakemun Williamson was hurled against a tree and his skull orushefl so that be died hi a few minutes after being and Engineer WAS un doubtedly to death In the although tbe body basuotytfttvm found Fireman found wlbh bis left hand ptntouod under a other wlte Above him wns a lank of tbe lower end ot wfcloh already was In and he tanned tho conductor nod rear brakenmu who found him to out off his baud us thoouly of saving him from tho impending ex ploilon of the oil Aiey rondo n d wipe rule effort to pull htm but bo ing unable to do 10 finally started for an ID the but before they could get to him the explosion look place and Burke wan burned tu MISCELLANEOUS Tho 10YtmrOld Him of n Wealthy Now York Ilroker Hunted tp Ire which caused the lost of the life of n young boy tbe injury of several parsons started at 10il5 Buuday night at Straits Syquway villa on the Hootlok Street about a wile httyoud the alty Irmlta Tbe IIDHSO was buruod lo a mats of ag DO wtitur WAS at hnnd to stay the progrws al the Tuwflrels supponed to have caught from Die hoir burned WHS Ralph the bright lUyinrold sou of and Gconto Those in the lionso at the titno of the fire wera Pat Hancy and his wife Ann and Manchester and son ulstor of Smith and Thorass Strait Itosn alwo A and her daughter aud Hiram mother of Smith and Thomas Strait oho two house Narrow Escape of lie Manchester jumped from a second story window and wrs Ixidly His hands and were burned until the flesh dropped aud his wife re ceived a severe nervous She made efforts to resuue her but he ran crazed with and never seen Wing was out on a ladder by same of the men employed about tbe Hunley nnd bis wife made their exit from the foof and she was severely injured Internally by the The house was valued at about and the Insurance amounts to Val uable jewelry and considerable money WHS lot us well an everything In the houKo Manchester inny but ho lote tbe use of b3tli his He la a wealthy Now York nnd came to Troy about ayenr ago unit purchased Sycaway villa of Smith Strait and made it his summer Uloxvn to 11 oclock Sunday night the boiler of an engine at tached to a freight train on the East Virginia and Georgia railroad exploded at Sherman five miles from The engineer and fireman were blown to atoms and the brakemun was severely The name Of the victims has not been learned as the wires are He Drove a llllncl and John father and while riding in a Sunday drawn by a horse across the trucks of the East Tennessee near were struck and instantly killed by a wild en The old man was thrown sixty feet aid the sou about fifty feet before they struck the Shot by a Young Sept the express messenger on the Elberton rail was fatally shot in the neck by a pistol in the hands a young lady on whom he was She supposed the weapon WHS not PLACED IN THE Funeral of the Luto Dlois Houclcuult at New NEW funeral of the late Diou tbe eminent playwright and took place Monday morning from the Little Church Around the of the Madi son Square who had charge of the arrangements by virtue of his office as president of tbe actors with the pallbearers and friends of the dead gathered at his late 103 West Fifty fifth and after viswlng tho remains the black clothcovared cas ket was Healed up and carried to tbe bearse in It bora on tbe lid a silver plate with this inscription Dion Boucicault died ajted 08 A special train conveyed the party to Woodlawn where the body temporarily placed in the re ceiving It is said that Bouei cault had expreAsud a desire to be buried in and his wishes may be re Suicide of a Michigan Two sous of aged and somewhat Into a boyish con troversy Sunday afternoon in their fathers house at Frank had benn sick and Tbe quarrel terminated by Victor saying to Frank I dout have to take He then proceeded to the Later lu the after noon the beys mother found that Vick had hahged himself with a rope bmaller than a SIJHffiS SatBack to a Proposed Przt MCAULIFFE AND SLAVIN RUN ArriilKnftd In Conrt lo Tito Two mill Itinind Ovir Tim MlnjtllH li nil Id In n A Oonil fur Other Foreign Notos of NEW London cable gram reoulved ut The Police Giizette of fice states that the American who was to meet the An Htrnliaa in a flight ton finish nt tho Or monde Ims been unit that the police are looking for A report In In circu lation In sporting circles to the effect that both Slnvin and MuAullffo have been ar McAulillo was arrested at his lodgings In this Sluvin WHS arrested while entering a call after his arrival at the railway station here from fcis training quarters at They were ruralgned In court today on the charge of conspir ing to commit a brand of the pence and both were bound over to keep the FOREIGN NEWS Suing H Hallway for a Blow after noon the Kings Powder Mill com pany sued tlio and Louis railway company to recover for damages arising from the explosion at the mills several mouths The Pe ters Cartridge company Hied a similar suit to recover A badly con ducted running switch of the defendants cars ctiuiicd the blow They Heny the special dlnpatoh from vein nd says Miat John Ward aiid At Johnson emphatically deny the from Philadelphia that a lead liitf nmguate hud announced that the Cincinnati club hnd pnrulmsei by the Johnson says ilo negotiations for the pur chase of the Cincinnati club are the prlcn asked by Stern bolng too Iioffnn Tnlks to John who has been the guest of and Lothrop lu CoucorJ the last aUimifud the Sundayschool of the church Sunday aud spoke briefly and cordially to the She aim tonic part in the presentation of books to tlie primary and as one canto up to receive the book Logan presented It to the chMd wltili appropriate and loving A Now York NliW YOIHC 38 Qodtt rteing Imul liens al 00 New have announced their Hpf Qodet ip and the firm ccmalsrs o Farts and Godot Si say We liavo no contracts in the A customer got Ugly find roportod us o the We had lu sottle dlf foWiicntf with The CKohniiKu MU landed A VluruyniiMi Pies uii pastor of the obnroh of Uiia wttul liiW MM pulpit Sun day moiitJrM In bin UMml iwid had proceeded through about half of bin ser monit he and without warning fell to Ilio ft never rtujftlned coil mid expired In abont tun mlu Jliwrt dlwinso was given us tho Dnutli of KuvuiUs CAIIBON at died of typhoid lie hud held muny imbllu The duHth ot ftuaift Governor Davit ago the state without a Carnegie Given til n llrlton Somo 23Andrew ScotuhAmerlcan Iron has partially made amends for his recent Dundee speech in which he offended the English people by denouncing their In an address at a banquet in Liverpool he took occasion to ridtculu the notion that Great Britain was in danger of de clining in wealth or and tickled the coinmero ul lirilon by that Englands trade could not be injured by foreign fur Empurur Times Berlin says It is tho clear deliberate opinion of those entiiUd to judge and not mere fl itcery that Kin peror William during tho recent nti uenvres displayed slngulir Btnitugical both as an active commitndcr and UK a critic of the conduct of olheru in the fluid and that he shows indications of a iniliiary genius of the very highest Itvfnacd to Hoar a Labor rauibers of the church have been endeavor ing to secure a hearing before that body tnrBen labor who WIIN ready to present the ethical Hide of the labor question Lo tbe distinguished di The opponents of the idea xuccodd ed in having the on the ground that not belnn a member of the Church of was not qualified to address ihe Vlnlvnt In prevail throughout In ihis ciiy the dam age has been At Morsel a tempest A Rullapse in tho banks of the canal en six hquarus of the Mallement In be Hnumi Were flooded and luilly diim aged at various p i i southern Butperor WIIIUui nnl Cnuiit Viu William drove with Count Von Moltke Sumluy through ttie liillurs park itid visiiul the tuansolem of the counts wifu anil At the dinner giv n in eulebratiou i Von MollktB UOth birllnlny there werj twuniy two Van M HI ku feeliiiKly the umperor lor tue WnntH a Mill 28 Dally News pro tea s against tho McAullffuHlnven fight being permitted by the The pur terre will le it unless they bet blood for theli in shameful lhat they should be allowed o indulge I heir depraved tastes in open defi ance of the spirit of tho A Ilunilrtid People overflow of the Maritzii river was attended by great loss of Fully 100 peasants were and nt a military post on the Bulgarian 100 Turkish soldiers perished Ln tbe Well conflict has oc curred between the Armenians at in which forty persons were The Turks suffered the greater Great Strlko of Eight thousands Ince makurH are idle in and rioting is An extra regiment of troops has been ordered to tbe Out of Kiglit thousand luce makers are Idle in Calais and rioting li An exlru regiment of troops ban been order to A Oimlt Nuiitlnnl SAN Fiif from Tahiti sitylnnl ikiiry of Sun Kraiiflsi performed Hiicnesgfully the feat of Nailid nn fuot from this port to and gained lie ffiOO WHtjxr which hail already ennt one man bis The yacht In Fruuoli lor mid WJH ownod HI Tim steamer company refused tn lake HO she hud to b Wiiilworlli lint but lie hiid juit Gindcn Gate when n bin wave HI ruck ilin upset her and 11 owned The mil I or with him lifld n narrow Peterson niitl At Hi tVlilppliitf Tbrw hundred iriiuclators wllnossud tlto whip ping at nugToot and two whiles for vnrloun Inicunloi tvcotved from five lo I wntuy laches One of tho Onuifte cimie o Ilia pout wvarlnt pnlont leather nhooi uiid nhl twenty lashos wliliout ixlilblilng muoli UiiiHiio tiuorga a culure i John con vIctiM of murderous and Samuel for cauh stood one hour lu the I1U Wound 1rovud n Is of wlio riocivtii a fnintnre of ihi nkull in a qimml ut lluui ii I who bait beou lying In nn inn I us condition diaii Sunday The Famous Glilispie Soft tOAL de livered at five minutes notice ID any quail Burns to a Clear Gray Ash ers or Best Soft Coal f tbhpv HARD COAL In all Delivered at Market Quality GUY BEFORE THE BIG j 1 r i Dorsey Mapn 310 Belle Which I will make up In the vry L men I doty all wouldbe WORCESTERS KOM but Good Work WARM AIR FURNACES som To our friends would say we are now prepared to put in fwumm tod Wr pair old Satisfaction in every onae Seoonflksmd fir naoes always on 315 BKLLE ITS That our STOCK Is the MOST OOMPLBTB Ofouglit to We can show you Something New ns often as yon omll lo Rag or Hemp Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladios like to see the Newest and Finest in House Eaaieot way to see them Is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to huy or HQWELL Tbe FALL I AM NOW UKAUY TO FUUNI8U V SUPERIOR SUIT OF NADU KIOM OLOTIUI BKLKOTKl KSlKOUIXT VOttMl T J IN THK MOST BlVUBH AND H Figures tint C will Pit ase   

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