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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELE VOLUME WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER A Terrible SmashUp on tlie Wall at Rock PAPETBBI BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY up in large white 10 sheets of our beat with 10 envelopes to Only 10c per En Also IfflT One quire containing Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes Only 25c These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include tlie following popu lar shades C RE A P E A 0 P R I M R 0 8 IRISH ENGLISH ELITE LENOX large quantity purclmsed of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per SSf dire these Goods a trial and you will find that they are considerable less in price than you have been consistent with 101 aud 103 Third EED A BOTTLE OP A Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO RSHS DRUG STORE FOUR PERSONS LOSE THEIR Wlillo Two freight Are on it Mid Inir to Lot a Train ihe Upernlor tlm Station thrown tlie Sullen nml ii Frightful Is tlio Itmmll uu Qun OIliiT nc client occurred lit ooook itUinoon on the mil Western mllroHd at Rock miles south of in iiccoiiut of the undue offlcloimnepH of a boy telegraph The blunder reunited in the death of four the Injury of many others arid the destruction of several thousand dol lars worth of rolling Huforu the New York aud Phlledelphla day expriuis train from the due In Syra cuse at passes Rook Cut at oclock every It dos not stop tinre but PHSCS the station at the uaunl rate of about forty miles an Before the express was due at Rock Cut Mondaytwo coal trains from bynicuse had arrived at the station and had been run In on a switch on the uorlli side of the malii The engineer of the flrst train went In on the switch stood well up toward the east eud of the side Engineer James Doyle of the coul train was iu tlm cab of his engine waiting for the express to Michael a was also in the cab cleaning his Tha second coal train was behind Doyles about sev enly feet from Die caboose of the forward the was in his room In the a few rods east of the Kwitch and was on the outlook for the A Fatal The lattur was on and as the head light came into view it flushed through Clarks mind that the switch was and thai if it not closed the express would diiHh iuto coal No sooner did thu thought enter his brain than he dahed out of the rushed to the Hivivcii and swung it Then he real too As the switch was turned the express swung on the side track and the crash of the engines told the Like mousters they ground eacii other to The fire man and engineer of each engine were caught in the wreck and Killed and James of Pa Martie his fireman Alicbael of Syracuse Jeremiah his The nnJ express our of the pas ctnger train careened over into the ditch on I he north side of the In the ar wore Coppenall of George iKrby of and Joseph Kl INK of All were more or less nj n though none Michael Liurney was also badly All the were severely shaken though only Julia Corcoran of Buf falo was seriously A RIOT Two Men Shot iu ciuno nf n PHUilly old family feud coupled with an attempt of H man woll known to the polios to voe a gang of caused a nt the polls in pollltiK place of the flint division of the Fourtfi Front and South Tuesday Two men were and man who caused nil thu trouble Is Kill at tho jxillce having failed to iirtvKl Between John who live i at Third and Gorman and of Front below Ann tlieru been A longstanding morning it is aliened thiit ODonnell iiealed a party of a dozen or more of louglis from vnrioui parts of tlie city and attempted to vote them In favor of Ho himself tried to tint when win lives iu ihe divis fl An Iiinoieiit Almost before the pnple ulnmt the liolls that of the usual run wan going on Dunn and his crowd lind drawn revolvers and ware ug awuy at ODcfnucil und the Int ttrV who had crowded about him at i ha sign of drew aud lor two or fcfl a min utes a perfect of was kept Hunry nfwl 38 an who lives at TIM front and who had taken no part whatever in the was ihe tiriucipil He liaJ his back inward the crowd und fell at the first n pistol bullet having struck him iu tiie He was tukmi to the Pennsyl vania and widle he Is seriously the physicians think ha will re Tho other man who was shot was oiily slightly injured in the right SHADES SUMNERI In Thin the ot Henry Wattursoni Florida daughter of a wealthy Sa vannah cotton and Miss Maude daughter of the collector of the port of both colored girU of were last fall ad to the Kujcland conservatory of music In this Some of the other tj re eilingand those young and Lir some weeks the executive buird of tha conservatory not know whether lo send them away or to take the chances of losing a law number of their wealthy whitu Tho Solution 1hoy illiedlreclora written to the par ems of tho young colored girls ask inn tillin to either withdraw them from school or biinrd them and these letters have been given creating quite a sensation uiuug the friends of the It now as though the directors will get into warm water for drawing the color i UP IN A An Exciting Time at a Bull Fight in FRANK RETAIL DEALER IN ner AGENT AISTECEUSERS BOTTLED Goods delivered to any part of the city free of Southeast cor of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice of WINES and LIQUORS Always on BRUEGGEMAN Tailors and Gonts FALL AISD WINTER SUITS Made to Order Prices IXWKK tlinn any other Tailoring Houie in the Good WorkmanHliip and Perfect Pit Guaranteed Call and Examine Our Stock Before Buying ST MISCELLANEOUS Iluytid a Fatal Game of August lihiuie went hunting When be timed he forgot that his gun con tained a charge of and placed t iu a corner of the Two of is Freddie and aged 14 and 11 years vent into the kitchen soon after nd began to play Freddie took is airgun and Henry picked up the gun ended with bird They stood facing ncli other at short placed the two their and at a given gunl both pulled the Freddie ropped to the probably fatally in Tho shot tora away most of his the flesh of the and riildlod thu bone buck of the ear so lliat nix or hevea pices of bone were ro There is little hops of the boyj Futally Hurt at a KANBAR caught i he basement of 15 Oak R board ing ami made such pro tiivw 1 efnru discovered that it cut of all exit y the doorways and Woodruff Jumped from tho neoond story and wus fatally Samuel Martin OK Jimpiid from tho second story win and broke both Oeorge Sto ver s 11 down a from tho third story and cited an The other boarder wore Tim Minors Uuioutownex vsi Monday evening ran into a party of Slavonian miners on their way to the Westmoreland Coal companys Tha killed were Joseph aged 84 Michael aged A girl was thrown down the but with out hurioun The mtn had been working huru about u Both leave families in Cuught In His Own time ago thieves entered the store of Henjamln postmaster at this and he arranged a spring guu to shoot i hem should they Tuesday morning be was found shot dead fu the The guu was found discharged uid Hubur 1s believed to have shot hlm self while setting the A Wieck In passen ger train on the Chicago and Northwest ern road WHS wrecked Tuesday morning and Kiremun Welch Instantly En gineer Kgim was badly The unclics wale badly but no aeriously The accident iviiti by nn unlocked PLASTERS Full with it Lighted SOUTH wlilU coming downstairs with u lighted coaloll lamp and carrying bur 1yearold stumbled and full to the The lamp aud moihurnnd child weru Neither can Tlm JPu Hull A little child of risUlug in Mythe town wiw bittern by a rabid dog Batur diy Ihe has liuce dlfd In Tuu uhll IM jui outs have j it A Short anil Siiccemful EAGLE of the and moft aucecaafuf sTflkps oh leeord occurred Monday in the machine shops belonging to the Mexican Internal Rallroal Shortly after noon the bulletin In the shops announced a 10 reduction in Within ten minutes the shop whistle blow and every man in the shops quit The trainmen made common cause with the mechanics and simultaneously quit When the result of the reduction was re the general manager rucousidered the and the men resumed work at the old The Hun Fmnoltoo Uotul SAN origin of the Ore which destroyed the Burlington hotel und badly damaged the Grand hotel remains The only Insurance on the bock was which was held by tho owners of tho There wusnotadollarofiusurauceou the The heaviest losers are the Burlington ho to I building the Grand hptel building OOOr Hueter Ions of the total loss in estimated at between 009 and Kuildmi ut Itoliort Xnw special to The Press from Baltimore says While liobort the expritsldtwt of the aud was at i he Maryland club calling on an old acquaintance ho was suddenly taken with u fainting due to heart dis and sank lo tho ground Ho was taken to bU residuncu near where restoratives were which brought him back to His friends are very much aimwed at his con Not 80 Demi HI two weeks iignuu unknown man was found dead iu ii chair iu the Wiloox The family of John of l Identified the body that of Joliu and the remains were burled the family going into Monday the genuine John Croft returned and the grief to Ilobbud of u Lurge MO agent for an Atlanta guano was robbed of In money and Iu at Burglars broke Into the where be was sleip Ing and stolo a satchel containing the notes and Tho with thu notes was found but there Is tio the money or the TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE And Ittvoiiilng Knrtiucd ut the tlie Fight tondmtrd Stiirtvd Ono ot TliMr Hull Seolt SHfoly In Flight lo mid In ii CITY or Jockey iluh held its second nutiiinii meeting and tliu was uenerally ob TVU I iis H les In the Culuii ring a il was give at whicli niire tlinu 10 Kl xptctatois PiiMluis lilt i Hint In celebrated Juti s with and tVrrir n fiiht nnd recdud thn I IKfirst fought badly far the wiw to kill thu third bull ho watt ciiiiglit ili Hpiiu us though ie was an I m tlu He vlltoihiKioiind mid was gored v tlm liifiirlittel IIu WHS taken rom thu rliiu tor entered but win no permitted to mil while retiringdroppt I in n It van fuiiiid be ihroa dcep is beliuxv will lia faial llnIolltif Fivu MMiolet none fought Thu spectators lw ame enraged and lights were sturted on ie sunny le of arena among the Pieces ot wood were lhruwu n I he ring from this which started u general demolition of the After all theelulM had beim pitched into the ariiiii wrenched off and ihe of the police In I he Tim Ii ill they would IHJ enoupeil from the mid httfiiiy in tbe endeiiv to quie tlie tumult and used thiir clubs but their foriN prove 1 us It threatened that if they not hey nould hurled into ihe At the commence ment of the disorder and timid men rushel into the passage to cheapo Intothu choking tUiin and musing u partial In nobody wan COLDBLOODED The FaniouH GiilrHpIo Soft COIL vrrtil at five iiihuitfH notice iu any ot tho Burns 10 i Clear Gray no Clink er H or Best Soft Coal in the t HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality GUY BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCf Dor sey Maoin 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 Two Shut Down by n Iluveniceful MiKCriiunt In a Bhot John a Motion Monday afternoon as ho WUH wulklntf on the street with a the ball entering the imck just iibovu the poitfltrating thenbdoinen and cunslng a ihoii shot a through the killing him During tle sirlke the Qnlncy Monuetl ran HU engi e on thai und havu deiiignated llira a Home Uenucnri bmslKH and ifctoiit destroyed and lie Uamud tlie He mined a mom of Soon ami itm ordered to Vnciite lost Tnene grievances Ud to the lienuatt had been wai not does noi deny the crime and aonoiinciw a de leiniliiiitlon ton lie the cuns He arrested inimuJliilely after the The Output of the month of October ilia output of copper by the Calumet and liocla mine was the largest Iu Iu hulng The production of other minus for the month 460 tons 400 96f Much lixoiltiiiiLiit In WASHINGTON clerks in the government departments were in a s ate of repressed excitement About 10 of tho government em ployes havu youe homo lo vote and consc queiuly tho female employes are seemingly in the Little work won the clerks spending much of their tlmo the Secretaries 1raey and Postuiaster General Wiimtinukor and Attorney Gou eal Miller voted iu their respective A larite number of other officials Of leaner prominence have also gone The telegraph offices and the newspaper ollles wen surrounded by crowiU com posed principally of offluultotdorn who nimble to withstand thu pruvallliin excik und keep lo their Thu day was one of groat excitement In Wash A Vuteriui NKW John Wright died at Lukes hospital on Sunday After thirty daysservice wllu tho Seventh roglmaut at the out break of the civil war Wright or Kiinizoil a company in the Fiftyflrtt regi ment of volunleofii Shopard to the colonelcy of which be mouutud by sucoei slve dually becoming a brigadier His bravjry was conspicuous In every Iu which he took Want to Lnoute Near party of gontle men from New York city have been look Ing over a large tract of laud just south of the Llitlo Calumet river at Now Chi with a view lo locating woolen mills i Three of the Incorporators of the now company are C Corhrmi and of New It in nndoistoud thai the eipilal stock of the new company which has IKIOU Incor pora ed In York Is Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove PITTS in to tk ness pliclty and thUKlejrant Stoy0 That our STOCK Is the MOST ever orouffht to Alton We can show you Something New as oftoii you call in m Rag or Body Brussels Art n A Dado or or Fur Smyrna A Oil Wira and Cocoa M Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest iu House Decorations 1ulltlra hi u Uulvuralty M A lively Is going on among the electors of Glasgow the Conservuilvus aqd thvlr ullliid Iwvlua pu up ihluf Uilfour for thu of ord The Mberal candidato Is Lord 5 crown con cluded Itri ciixe itgiiliui tlie acuuiul Nil iouidistn M irid the trial win ad ourned for one wuok to enable the do euco to prupuru tlielr sidu for presuu tu Mruok u FlliuBiilliirrel Tim well lii i lie new oil In Island Crmk in lieu fruiu lit in li fliiwtd Iu ooo Knot lor Ubol liy u Griiml a muni lie r of thu grand jury of thu criminal IIUH HI oil a suit for f ugalnst The 1ostDispatch Publishing company anil Florence riiiiiilnys Issue of Tint IjostDlspiitah con taliKMl a arraignment of the grand and wvuroly criticised Lancasters oonduot as H niMiibur of tbat A Diiugliler to Ncuntur WAHIIINOTOS llawluy is up in Connecticut the j but hu keeps up telegraphic communication with his liomo huro and luarnel Mojiday morning that he betininu thii fnihei ot a duuglitor to malcli the little sou that was boru to him about H year I Worn Mliootliitf fur King ston Monday John the tnwu waj nhot by Jamus Kd whom liul win trying to itiii in luru shot buth mun iiro lie H iinltlvi mi Tlmt West WHH uliot und killul suvun miles from liaru Monday liy iiiii u luirl olalrn cuu t iil Alu WHS u HOWELL FALL GOODS AKUTUBlt WORCESTER8 AND ISliUIClVttl KOB AKSU A FINK 1JNK OK h fr AMI F01S VriNtISI TJIK Radiant Til 1C lltiHT IIAUO UASIt Supepiorj UK M I8T IWlWKCrP COOK BTOVK rlJUt WAUUANlVil yoit HVt 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