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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON VOLUME THURSDAY OCTOBER ITBBIBS BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up in largehite 10 sheets our best with 10 envelopes to Only Also of 10c per En rOne quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes Only 25c per These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades r i P E A I 8 H ENGLISH ELITE LENOX f6f Our larga quantity purchased of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they are considerable less price thanyou have been consistent with Degrenhart 101 and 103 Third To Relieve a Cough get Throat or Syrup Tar and or White Pine or Any Medecine You at EtSHS DRUG STORE A Doubly Married Wife Seeks THE REVOLVER DID NOT The Wife mid Hnibaad Engage In a Des perate 8trnwle for the Man Now In tavee Kons Hitve n Genuine Vir ginia Negro Murders MM Mother and Tuelr Mothers Fun long since Thomas train dispatcher of the Northwestern road at dis and it was learned that he had two In Kvanston and one at Jefferson He returned to Jefferson park ssveral days and Tuesday the Evanston whose maiden name was Emma discovered the Hue wont to Jefferson park and getting a policeman to accompany her went to Markbams after sne entered the bouse the who had remained heard screams coming from and running to rescue found Markhaui and the woman engHged la a terrific struggle for the pos session of a revolver which aha Tbe Revolver Dirt Hot The woman fought desperately and time and again palled the trigger of the the muzzle of which was pressed against Markhams The revolver did not explode or Markham would have been a dead The officer succeeded in disarming Miss Krueger and locked her up at the Jefferson Park Polios sta Justice Jnllen had the woman brought before She was released on bail anil her own bond with out additional Miss Krueger Im mediately took out a warrant for Marfc tmins arrest and he found himself fa tbe jolice His frlendfe attempted to Ind bail for but he not bean re FUNERAL fUuwelpraette ana Ona Utubiiwl Autarn Their NilUUiASBSTt K Sfc The fnneral of VtMllam eniieklsd tojk at W ehflpel hero Towrtny accord rag tbe rvgntar iGpheopal the William Ackley Bx Oovcrnor Spragno urid rflith Wbarion and and Willlnrn ra cue side of the while on the other stile WHS tbe mother of the Kute Chase her Ellth ana Por Byron Amnsa Bpriiftue and Oa the com pletion ef the services it wag arranged that the interment should be made in Touching Scene In ExGovernor Spraguo and family fol lowed the up the and Cliase Bprague followed half way np tlie Tbe latter wne overcome with and sank sobbing into a A tooehioa kissed old Canouohet who surrounded and who also wept like The pariy embarked at Boeloek and reached Providence by ears at RUL The were interred at Swan COLLISION IN A Terrili on and Crescent FIVE MEN KILLED AND OTHERS llniilbio Accident on the Union Pactflo In MlmiourlKnny Engineer Iroliubly In a Wreak Near Two Moot JDunlh mid Twenty Are saAt 9 oclock Wednctdoy morning the southbound passuugor trniu B on the Cincinnati Southern nulroiid cai into a freight train in a tunnel a few mllfH south of Somer One ftremuu and a conductor wre IdUod outrigUl white several fatally to the hor i of the Httmiflan can of the uprras A DISGRACEFUL George Thomas Olnbi His Brether at Thulr JHotheri JVaueruL Get who for many years past has ived on a farm about out mile northeast f Peufield and on Monday afternoon the funeral services were j held t her late The dead wbman was wellknown in the neighborhood and he funeral was attended by a as semblage of friends aud relative Among tie latter was Alphem of ie who lived oa a farm adjoining that of bis with whom the other The Btroig of the latter for his brother was eo Frightened Donth hy revenue were in wntah ot in Johnatoa Toeeaajr nnd miprised two white at Both fled and pureutly took rvtage In a bouse near by To Ibis bonse toe deputies hastened and found there only B woman named Bne was in a delicate condition and was UrrliHy frightened at tbe rnde entry of the of named Flow cnrsod her she would not re the whereabout of the In the midst of Flowers abuse Mrsi Creech fell to the floor aud expiced Flow ers became frightened and Ole people are terribly aroused over the af and are out in of who wfll be lynched If FRANK RETAIL DEALER IN FOR hition oflfcellng qn his part the relatives requested one of the town constables to be preient at the The unable to comply with Ma In order te prerent any trouble Instead of entering the house during tbe stood nntfj the service was Whan the efflciat Ing hadlan nouaced the last words of the Dealt Bli Alow on i Alpheus entered the house iand walked up beside the Seated la the room wae his and as Alphens bent over the 0eoge seJBJng a heavy rushed up to the aod Unmindful ofthe solemnity of the struck Bis brother upon the head with Weapon several inflicting severe Several men who were to the room quickly sprang forward to end disgraceful scene arid pinioned the In furiated The bearers Quietly bore the casket to the hearse and the funeral cortege proceeded rOlage cemetery where the body was laid at rest Many years ago Alpiieus purchased a frw of land of his and Geerjre took exceptions to the fulfillment of the oim Since that time he has shown a bitter feeling against bis violent was this dislike Alpheus never called at his mothers A warren t Issued for the arrest of George A Wild Hide Down a New a Burttngton switchman at the yards had a thrilling experience Ho wns on a box ear which wns violently out on Che mstn line in trlie coarse of some Tha brafcs WHS broken and In a moment New stead reiillzad that be was in for a wild ride down grade to a dte tnnce forty mllei Ho figured on all Hie tlianoes and eonolude4 te keep hfe the hurrleaue Itiere wnn no trrdne on tlie road and oattie kept off the oar ran three be yunJ IB exactly torty NtnctwUe thtxiulit B dozen times that It wvHld Junjp but the rickety old eoneera stuck rht The gafeit Way to TraveL Du snpcrvtslog tmtpsctor of scat his annual report tolhe seerMnryef n it he says passengers xvere carried OB staftm vessels Ik this eonntry during the aad on Mils sabjeet saysi nnh9sltalingly rolterake wtat WM said in my report of chat no of travel at the present whether by korse or even the farm so low pereenUifeor aoeldente travel by sUam train took fire fflad an mwweujter and postal elerk iwew burned Following te a list of the killed aud Injiirwd forutohad at the Reueral of fice of comply hi tbfe filled PoMal CWrke DooHen sad both of CinelanaU tVemea Walsh BnAeman lujuivdx ICngtneers Pinolott ana name unknown name nn All of injured reside at Som erset and are being oured forbytfae rail road None of them aw fatally CBIKW of the AooMont 1 he accident was canned by tbe freight engineer without it side tracked Sloans Valley until one southbound passenger paswd nod fol lowed tbe enjrtoeer btaHuvIng he oonhl make the truck before meottng the other puaseuger wbloh was ouly a short distunou behind tun nret ODO When about mldwny the tunne there wns a terrible foliowod by P the were demoTlHlmd IQ addlnon Ho rierentl eonohes and To add to the horror two ot caught flre Clcrks uayle and Doegen wereburaixi Tlie more fortunate nnd orews inrued their attention to thoaj mprtsoned tn fche wreck who ware ebe Tiiose taken ont were rotneved M neijrhlxiriBj whom they were utlfendvrt by pliycieinns on by the The Joss to rtH railroad will bo fcS A wrecklig krnta has bten Beat oat w clean a way and theiv be de lay to traffic ONTHEMNIQN A Wrcott la WhluU ataiiy IVuple Are In bud i C O A The Famous Gillespie Soft de livered at five minutes notice in any dt the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal In the i HARD GOAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Sb 310 Belle l 84 FOBBURNING The a Got John paitor ot a nonsectarian ehnreh to aow lu iall Grand afWrtlons ef Foco iiat her husbwd Lint k a member of Kerters and the arrest has caused a Mg Ltet dam anfl eajitw Is the oanie of Kostvrs It is oharged that Koster is a freeloven He Was Immensely popular with the ladies of hit and they defend while the men are bitter againsf the BOTTLED Goods delivered to any part of the city free of Southeast cor mer of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Fall Latest NToveltios in WOOL and DRE88 BLACK UNDER WEAK and 4 SUITS Made to Order at IteiiBoimlilo Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guarranteed at BRUEGGEMAN BRO Artistic Tatlors and PLASTERS riHQmMr KIDNEY LAME Uprising of Colored Got There was a genuine uprising of the blacks on the levee Tnee ay and Laura 18 years received fntnl 17 OUrk became eonvlneed that Laura was attempting to alienate the ot her She marshaled her forces and with fourteen colored ami all armed the marched to the homo of Annie Fish where tht Johnson girl Breaking in the front they rushed into the driving the inmates into the street The Johnson girl barricaded herself In a front room but without The door was forcei and Sallle White rushed in swearing to kill tbe who jumped to the pavemeqi from the window and received fatal in ternal Murdered BU Mother with a a negro quarreled with his mother and then murdered her with n hoe He struck her five time over the The trouble was caused by tbe woman objecting to her SOB paying atten tion to n girl she did not want him to Johnsons brutality has aroused the entire especially as this is bis second he having killed bis sister about eighteen months ago aud es caped juHtlce because there was not suf ficient evidence to convict Ilniband and Wife lladly Oct special to Tbe News from Port sayu Tuesday night a man named Pellett called at the house of James a wealthy farmer living near and asked for a drink of which WM while OHarus win turned Fclfctt utnliDeii him OHara Interfered and also brutally pounded and aud It Is will Pullett but offlcere are In Hob bery was he object of A Utiuil JUuclor Iiioluurntett body of who WM a prom I ueiH ot WM In cinerated at the Buffalo crematory Tuet duy A of promi nent Cleveland KOQOinyaafed I tbe remiiius and ffltuenmil tue Thus tua only state to eaaot Loes lnto boll de pnblishea the final Installment of the series of articles entitled las Coullises de Thin article sets forth after the de feats of the Oonlangltti at tie last gen ernl election fur members of the ehamber of dtslred to seek a retreat in Re how persnansd hy Roeberort to flee to the Island of Jersey The Plgaro snys that the articles were published In good faith and with tbe purpose of expos ing Soulaogers Great Prairie Fire partyof ters jnst retorned from Morenu rlrer partly through the Bloux report a vast Ore whhjh Is derasiating a large scope of Thfiy were camped Four days ago at Gave wnich have been bnruing coal beds sines the knowledge of the and asrart that they saw flre blown from a burning pit liy a whirlwind which flred the prairies all Death ot Kobert NKW Kobert Coll yer died Tuesday at iQW She was M years and was married o Kobert Col Iyer In in and soon aft erward with him to this and Colljrer lived fer twenty one years In oeoisrred eti the a shert dlmnnce af tlie suburban town of sJwnt ccloek WMntnflaf x freight trala and left thts city atraod of Union Paolfle end was stopped west ef on count ef an acddenl of one of the Pacific passenger train whieh deee hind WM a wes tent back to warn aa expeoted ttjaoa train wklefa Ubtoa Into avoeuat of the heavy the engineer ef tfan Rock Island train see the flagmans sfa nals ouUl too law stop train and tbe looomoWve oraahed Into the tfeeptni eav ef the PsolflB The engine was a eoraplptPB wrest hit engineer waekarted The nnd caved frh Hfs peveral passeigers and traftiraen wsrt so rionsly The Rnclneer frobablr following is a fist of tfce Pat of the Reek lelaad probably fatally Jolin about head nnd shonldern EMward Jnek oolornd both phlltnan left leg badly A Kinj severe bnilses In Chilngo J right tmdlr Lin John left leg broken below the speelnl census agent back hurt and brnlned nliout the A wrecking train was nt onoe sent to tbe scene of the and Mm Injured were brought to this elty aud taken to the Sisters The track was cleared about The damage to the company u estfroated at IXIM i JWIT Wood Cooking praiis 801 FALL GOODS tCHotliirtr To Re Unvellad WA8DINOTON njoo ument to commcmorAto the herola officers and men of the United Slates nary who perlshid In the uaforluunti Jennoetta Arctic will bu unvullud at An ObpolU In the grounds of the aoa demy ou Assistant Secretary of ilf will moke an ITIvlteil to u ilulut lie Democratic stato com in I tee Invited the Republican stain coininlttee ton dUoumloa of be lobby iiillnoica thu aud lii party responsibility tf take hutween Henry Lodge and George niuimiir to 231 ho eldest daughter 9f I bo AmiTlcan minis1 William IH bclrotlieij to UIIB of nioHt pofiilnr young of thii wniiy inlnUterH Uuron In HUM RAN INTO A PREIGHT Two Killed nnd Twenty Bertautly day night n pnsnenger train on the Kansas Memphis and Birminghamrailroad pulled out of tjte here without a conductor or a the engineer mis understanding a signal Five miles out the engineer discovered Ms back ing Iriln without lights or a mnn on the platform of the be ran Into au outgoliiR killing two per sous and serininly fnjarlne twenty The dead are J traveling TLat our STOCK is the M08T OOMPLBrB ever can show you Something as ofteri oal oroqgde Rag or Body Brnsscla Art Dado or 3COXT Lace or N Fennell New Orlmuio O lier4 nahics could not be supposed to be fatally Engliiaor R IKS M ot the pastengur train Is held rispoiiMljlo for the Train Wrecked on KANSAS A freight train nn the Milwaukee nnd 8fc rimd wns wrecked on a trestle forty font betwovii and by unknown Toe ore John of was In stantly a a brake IIM hit ankle simrely Iliu PAIn had bren lootenel and lee nds prlfil apart wlrh a which win IjDMvuun the endi to M to pre vent ihelr Smyrna Oriental Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to HOO tho Newest uml Finest in House NOWELL llurrlltlv liinli ul H i liiMiuu t nj illline HO1I1UU met n liHTihlu iu hut t oouuty Miry Tlie poor I ill or jliu from a biteuuy mi iliu fnu th U io the did iilvil on tiuiL J8 A vigilance eomrait tee lnu beeu foraied here to avenge the death of AUrf a youny girl who nm Moadoy meriting by ttailliill UTIIIHI rofUMxl to no oept tliu lutuirs HI ioux It imported lint tlie inoiliuiis ilylnif ffom tht of IIIT d Joiitli aud her father Is nearly btrofl of THE riKBBT Radiant 11IK 1IUST IUHD OOAt IMK lllii IMCItKKOT COOK BfOYK KJVH 11 aud 108   

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