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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME MONDAY OCTOBER SSI Three of Them Occur Slight Losa of With I PECULIAR IN FAPETBBIE BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up in largewbite 10 sheets of our best with 10 envelopes to Only 10c per En Also Ooa quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes Only 25c par These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades C R E A P E A C I R IS H BO N ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and although all Papeteries Imve advanced from 15 to 25 pur HOT Mire these Goods a trial and you will find that nre tonskterable less in price than you have been consistent with 101 and 103 Third To Relieve a Cough gel Whllo Workmen Are Impairing a tt Train Precipitat ing the Mnn to the Ituokft Number ol People Injured Wreck on the SantH Fe Itoiirt Near In terrible ac cident happened six miles west of here at S oclock in the evening on the Illinois Ural Freight train oming went through brUfge ver CatHsh A gang of twenty five men WHS at work on the bridge at the All of them were precipitated to the rocks and water The only one killed outright was Robert n water The injured are Dan Don otby left arm side and head crushed John left arm nnd both Four others wore twribly but their names are A nipping The men had beeu working on the bridge for several changing ft from a crnzy wooden trestle to a steel girdjr The freight gave warning of Its approach by a shrill blast and the men stepped aside to allow it to The freight was running about twenty miles the engine and eight cars passed la Just as the niuth car struck tfe trestles the workmen were startled by ripping and in an tne went crashing nio Every man on the bridge Jumped for Ills and unfortun ately several of them Jumped right In the path of THE HAIft CUTTER He Attaoks n Girl While ihe Is of the hair out Uog and tliers U no longer room to doubt the of accom plished the boldest feat of the wlgn ot terror Lvim 16 ytars was cleaning the windows of her cm I plovers As she sat on the window sill with her ftet inside and her body A stout man leaped over the buck fence with a long pair of shears In his AUs Miller saw his rofloctlon in tha newly cleaned window as ho grasoed her which was done up In a and saw him brandish his big the Ilnlr nnd She scrtnmed and wiggled but tho wlmlow was down on her lap and wim her heard her screams and rushed to her The haircutter dropped the hair but held to the shears and vaulted the fence separating tho house from the al The hair cutters now numbered thirteen and written letters to prospective victims rhene letters are In she hands of the po and Jack may be Jack the Ripper His Agittn a THIS TIME AT SOUTH HAMP8TEAD Throat or Syrup Tar and or White Pine or Any Medecine You at RSHS DRUG STORK FRANK BETAIL DEALER IN AGENT FOR AJSTHETJSEBS BOTTLED Goods delivered to any part ol the city free of Southeast cor ner of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Pall ISTovelties in WOOL and DRESS BLACK UNDERWEAR and SUITS Made to Order nt It oasonablc Perfect Fit and Satisfaction at BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors and WRECK ON JHE SANTA A Number of Injured but No body Denver express train leuvuig Topeka at 1 oclock on the Sunta Jumpuil the truck two miles wvjt of here while under full head way uenr a small station where this train does not The en gine kept the track and the tender Ivtt the turning upju its The ex and baggage and three Pullmuu vestibule all luft the Ihe mail cur upside lying diagonally across the main while the expreas and baggage cam fell upon tneir The two front cars dU not turn but lay cromwlgo upon tho chair and tour Irt curs were thrown on their The track was torn up for about 400 Tho Llit of Fortunately no killed A relief train with a number of sent out from brought the iujured to this They are cared for lir Bantn company at the various The Injured ares Mattio Chi Herlously Injursd lu the back and head F mail Kansas injured Internally w FadUy Kansas internally Injured express Kansas City injured in the badly hurt Dr teeth knocked out Lisbon dislocated collarbone Me Kansas arm Iron Ueu In VVABHiKGTutr Three hundred memliers of the British Iron and Steel association who arrived in Wash ing Friday night assembled at the ton hotel Saturday morning taking set out to visit the various points of interest In the There were hull a doaun tquadg each under the guid ance of a member of the reception com mittee and all took different Ihe members visited all the public build the Washington monument and the navy where modern ordnance isnow At 3 oclock the delegate hail luncheon and at 3 oclock proceeded In a body to the executive mansion where were by the president An Herald special from says that of flame that desolated a large portion of that town Friday was of an incendiary origin is pretty well The wire which connected the factory wltl hree alarm gongn win cut so that no slg ial of alarm could ba given until the Br md gained great The hos ised uy the fire department of FairchiMs niljs wan cloggud upbystoues and the of the doom of the quarters of io iiorth end euitlno company were lugfel up umkiug it to force oe wiudows to get tinapparatus out No one thu mjtive of the crime if it A BRAKEMAN8 It SATISM IrhAvi Bifv IN THC KIDNEY LAME tha or Two Others Futnllr wreck eo irrml oi the Cincinnati and Indianapolis rood near Oxford on a siding known as The south bpnnd train had been sidetracked to allow the up train to A brakeman carelessly negleated to look1 ha switch and In some manner it sprung Tho up train was running at a breakneck speed and dashed onto the siding with terriflo Thecars piled up on top of raeh other in an Inde scribable Two coaloll cars caught Ire BOOM tweutyflvecnrs were blazing Two Man Killed Every one was loaded with costly mor obandlse and completely destroyed with thwlr Involving a loss rarl usly estimated at to In he shook of the colllsou Engineer Myers was Instantly killed and his James so badly wounded that he will die before An unknown man was caught in tho jam and burned o Brakeman Powell will die be ore Four other men were lu This information comes by tele nnd Is perfectly The rail road officials here say the loss will not ex ceed and that no one was killed but five two A Wreak lu Pottsville and Philadelphia express met with an accident about a mile north of Potto town nt 888 Saturday which resulted In the killing of one man and tho injury of six James engineer of tho pinned fast beneath his but was gotten out a short time after the He sustained a broken log and was slightly Fireman Thomas Welsh re ceived a gttHh on the bead and alight buruH about the Joseph Maro a Hungarian 14ho was unloading coal from the was instantly Throe were aUo hurt but not fa Governor Hill In a Slight or Hills special train on the and road was run Into by tha Chicago express Just east of Moundsvllle station Monday The only dnnuga resulting to the governors train was n demolished cowcatcher of the No ouu was The other train had UK engine aud platform oftt cur Trutliid Duiiblu unit HttUl lln and the double I rotting wore Hutu to bust worlds record held by thnm and mn1o it in Tho day WIM cold uirl Hfil the weather baun fnvorablu itia would have btim an oimy Tne two suirt tiguln on Thu Wliolu FtiulHy NKW Knuwltfri niiii wlfw Wdru twu tfucuil at Lltoiillwlci Friday totun Hy Strike In New wrfiu nn strike Friday trains which muue up are sidetrucked men claim tUcy have been glv itiK Siulu aud Paciflc twelve liourV work for elerun hours aUo state that thu com huve tba agreement iuto several ago with them and refuse to The assertions of the men are emphatically denied by the wlio say that tbeswHch puy for every hour thgy work aud that are the onm who broken tlivtr Punlihed for MU a sensation was caused lu Macon by a horsewhipping episode which oc curred there gjma months ago Dr of mar ried a of a a promi iiwit eltizen of Marea It appears that since the marriage Hooyer has been making remarks derogatory to the char acter of his Bean met Hoover la town FrMay and dtmandcd that he makt a public This tbo doctor refmed to do and gava iim a ssvere chastising with a buggy Found Onllty of vho has been on trial In ths criminal uun for the past four for murder his grandmother and his aunt sonic nonths was Saturday morning udged guilty of murder in tha flrst de Tlie Jury at 8 oclock Fri day night and ruachtd a conclug on tbrua hours A motion for a new trial at once mndo by defendants conn It Is thought that Blancy hnd an no complice In the but he stolidly refuses to dlscloxe who he Pretty Slick Ornvo KANSAS OoU police Thursday were notified that two graves nt Union cemetery had been Detectives were put upon the case and Thursday night tho bodies were rein How they were ta ken and how replaced la a Tho graves robbed wcru those of Robert Taylor and a man mimed botli recently Holes had been dug near tho headstone of ench grave down to tho and the bodies had been pulled oulty fastening a rope round the IIB Itlmr Out thu from Hor 86 years of blowout the gas nt the Ix Grand and Kin ze si reels Ho was found at oclock SittufjJiiy morning by H chambermaid but to revive him were of no In his room wore found W and a It Is believed he did not Know any bntte when ho tho flainu nlih hi Thu Okluliuma liapltal The oouuot Friday passed tno house cbaiiKln the location of the tflrrltorlal capital from Uutlirlo to It was slightly amended but not maivrlnlly Il back lo tlm IIOIIHO now nnd a spccla session Is cullol in coiiHultr tliu Should It jmKS ihu novernnr will again do called upon to sign or vqlo a cupltol Kiiunit liouiii roundhouse of tho Cairo Short rail road was by flro Friday morn Three loconiotlvas were Tho will iinioiint ti flru in ilio oil but the U ouch nnd tUalr sou Guorge to seven yean for shooting John at Bept Malilied liliiuuir JJIfclit fiS yours In llio Uud ford bank of tliU unluidu nt his liuinu on Humn T ittnut Friday ulglit by slabbing hiiimuir uluht Morbid U talit to liavv byuu Hie Tho In Vicinity of tb fcone of Mimlor O trolly Exelle Over tha AtTiilrTlia of tl London llvuouiipud the Approaching Trial of Nlhl 1st rrUouorHFurelffu body of a mur dered woman wiw found at South Harnp steail Friday with the head almost sev ered and otherwise The woman Is Htipposod to have been of aban loned character The finding of the body ms revived tho Jack the Kipper I he condition of the body Indicates that itr murder was the most fiendish of any that has occurred in England since Jack the Kippers horrible Whltechapel The character of the wounds clearly estMblUhes tbo fact that the woman was stabbed by aome one behind after which her prostrate uody was and slashed almost to Is It Jaek the Hipper AgalnT The scene of the erime is a lonoly pirt of the section haunted by tho lowest class of abandoned It Is supposed to bo frequently patroled by tho but the constables admit that perform that duty with of trepi and the suspicion arises that their visits are not as often mode as they ought to The Iwllef is general that the mur dor is the work of who has changed the some of his crimes in order to buffle the The police aro track Ing a man who was seen to enter a han som cab tbo place wiiero the body WHS found and drive away at a furious and are confident that they wHI run him The in the vicinity o the scene of the are Intensely ex cited over the affair and rtmmiu indoors muoh as p FOREIGN NEWS Public Opinion opinion Is be coming very strong in con of the attitude of the Lin Jon d ck lub and equally strong In ipp Of fie posi tion aHsumvd by the Ndivs papers which have hitherto t the dockmen in canteuiloiis witu tho companies are aow thvir course iu vigorous irtlcltH JumuO the men shall not in iku fuul Jounmls plainly pointed out to the uivu tliu vtjr tulnty that can flu 1 lietttr grouiulu tUnu thotu upon irkUib now in oypoujtiju w tlivir wtnployers their vrLJI result lu The Figaro on I an clc commenting on the mrlff of the United thnt on the of Francs would be when hi had to Inmiraticc companies doing balnes in the Thrte ths paptr an dally Tha tl aro that w an to ruciut Amnrlcan it sulHce to uaks the insurance companies strictly maudable to Uielaws of tht Ilftllours Mlsiloa In U mak ing his visit to is to with a view to furn ishing snipUyuieut ivffrrors from hs potato whloh Is moot suitable route to eonslruot a Ht will also make a personal M to the truth of the statements regarding rht condition uf the crop A for Cardinal Duke of Norfol is chairman of a of emiusn Roman Catholics whose purpom is I erect statue and found a seholsrshlp I raemoryof the lato Cardinal I IK staled that iiufflclrnt money to on out those objects already been sub a portion uf it burin beuu coutrlliiitwl bullotii heen Isitierl setting forth the condl tion of Graml nneln o It that glnco the gruui duko was removed to in ihu he tins sufltirod from oonvulslon and of The action of heart has beun and his tempaturo Is 88 and hU pulse lliiftntn In n Hrfint pnrty of Poles who were attempting to Prussian territory lu order to emigrate t were haltod Kridny by tliu Ktmsiati frontier guiird and to They refuieil to obey the onlor ami the guards fired upon the killing six two women and n and wound ing a number of others Thtt Hinge an a govern in of Its policy of Uikaii Idn to crooi niil n numlisr of in the the condition of tlioir mAinfiiiiuur that only Itun sinti In thn Unguage anil performfrt ly Utmlnii actors Nlmll bi Nnblo MhlllHU To llo A special meeting o theUuMHlim Mitinte will bo ronvono I a Piturn burg on 4 lo try tho case of Nihllldt iif tho arcired woman aro of tho bmior iinl HovDial of thoin nra o iiolih b a lnriilKii Cimiruot Lithiir Uo S7 The Uiiidon nMtlved ti p litlou jmrllament to prnliliiit iliulmpiiridtlon of forelgncou tract Ihu Khlpplng federation Ing to eugitKa foreigners to tuko tho pUccs of Airlklng dock In inn Iliam ix Jiidgo of tho Wash illid viidduiily at hU lurn Friday while sitting n a Btiell WAS born in Julne In nurvcd lu tho Miilne logla attire niiU and for ulghtoen wan puliiju uuiirt Tho foreign Iruii ami inuii woro ondewl H Ixixriuoi nt night by Knmtm COAL The Famous Gill i spie Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice in any ot the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all sizs d at Lowest Market Quality BEFORE THE I Dorsey fe Mann 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COKK OR Combined Coal ONLY 1KUFKOT and Wood PITTS Cooking FALL GOODS uwov WORCESTERS JUST MCBITHD AND ALSO A flKRMNK OF Cloth Ovtti KOU AXO I mm AXli vriKTM ITS NO That our STOCK is tho MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We can show you Something New as often oa you call 1m Rag or Body Brussels Art Dado or IIST Fur Laco or Portion Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladles like to soo the Newest uiul Finest in House HOWELL 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