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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12. 1800.  NO. ISG  rn  FE  mud  A T«rrib'e Railway Disaster  Occurs in England.  THE FATAL ERROR OF A SIGNAL MAN  PAPETBRIBS,  (BOX PAPER]  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  MT* Put up in wb'le enveloper, IO sheets assorted, of our best stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only 10c per Envelope. Alto:  One quire boxes, containing t4 Sheets of Paper aud 24  Envelopes to* rn a* cb. Only 25c per box  tnt" These Select and put up especially for OUR tar shades *  Superior Writing Papers, made and  TRADE, include the following popu-  WHITE, CREAM, P E A C H, RIMKUS  E  IRISH HON I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT. 'ELITE LENOX L1NENE.  far* Our Urge qusntity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR price*, although all Papcteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent.  «r* 'Jive these Goods a trial and you will find that they arc considerable less in pries than you have been paying, consistent with quality.  O. J. Degrenhart,  JOI and 103 Third st., Alton, III.  IF YOU NEED  A Spacial I'turnf.r Train Whit* nasals* at ta* ll<»lr of Filly Mila* aa llaa, Cra.hr* lain a (iumli Train— Th* Del,ii, Cair hr* Kira and Sis Porswaa Ara Slowly (toastrd lo Drat*—Iforrl-hi* Night* Witnasaad by Survivor*. Lommv, Nov. 19.— New* ba* bean Wived bare of a terrible accident on t Great Western railway at Norton Pita, j Warren station, atar Taunton, Tneadajr j morning. A heavily laden goods train crashed into a special passenger train from Plymouth, which wa* conveying to london the passe tiger* from the Cape of Good Hope, who had arrived by the | Mea mer Norbam Castle. Ten persons ara reported kilted and sight injured, several •eriou-iy The utmost anxiety prevails ; among iho-e who hail retail vee or friends on the Norbam Castle to ascertain th#   1  name* of the vie. im* Up to the press ut time, however, it bas been impossible to obtain anything more than the most meagre particulars. The railroad cum- (  party promptly dispatched relief traiua with a large number of physicians on board to th* seen*.  Th# Crash Was Tarries. lacer advice* from the seen* of the wreck elate that lbs special train front Plymouth to london was matin up of four Ioassnger coachs*, containing fifty pas Hingers. It was pitch dark and a drenching rain was falling wbsn st 9 o’clock tbs • ireia1, running al the rate of 80 mile* an hour, daahed by the little Somersetshire village and iato destruction. The signal man on duty had forgotten that th* heavily iadeu Great Western goo-is train was a anding on the iip-track to permit of the down mail passing on its way In safety, as it did. Th# danger signet* were not displayed to the engineer of the on coming special, and with all th* impact aud ' nome rn turn of its freight and ire men toil* speeo the doomed train hurled itself upon the good# train In Ila path The force of the collision wa# such that ut th* moment of contact til* first coach of lh® special was literally smashed into matchw.Kxi  Slowly Ii urn ad I* Deal*.  AI mo*! immediately after th* eoiltsloa spark* from th# engine furnace com mu niched to the debris and the horror of Are wa* added to tile terrors of the catastrophe lie fore anything could be done towsrd rescuing them, six of the oecii (tauts of lh* firs*, coach, who had escaped in lite awful crash, were slowly burned to death in the pnhwuoe of fellow human bring* who wer.i powerless to release them from the Amia* which gradually enveloped and slowly consumed their bod ie*. O.i# of th* passenger* who had loan killed at th* moment tho trains n*irv» together, prevented a ghosty spectacle, bis head having been severed from bis laxly as cleanly aa though it had bosn ion* by tbs guillotine.  b-fotv they would permit the oper a to go on. The manager of the theater sr as otiliged to come to th* front and announce the dismissal of Martel in order to prevent a riot.    ________  TIII! mull MID.  ■enthusiastic Marlin Socialists.  BEHUN, Nov. IS.—The Socialists of Berlin to the number of 8,<K>) assembled Tuesday to tender an ovation to Herr Tabberf, an eminent member of the patty who wa# released from prison by reason of tho expiration of hi* term of sentenoe. A great dval of enthusiasm was manifested when the late prisoner road* bi* ap (war a ne* before his friend*.  Arrest in Virginia of a Desperate Train Robber.  HIS BOLO WORK IN NORTH DAKOTA.  Armenian* Kohl the Kurds.  Emxxhoum, No*. Ii-nVO hundred armed Armenians, ooucentrated st Mad«>r on Ituwian territory, Bnnday mads a raid on several Kurdish villages, killing live pernous. Th# band was attacked and dispersed by Cos-ack*. The polio* bere have made a large seisure of Martini rifles aud ammunition intended for Armenian*.  Count*** Von lliaiuarek Rn  H KULIN, Nov. DL —Bo tiber la* on the Bel. gian railways appear to be on the Increase. In addition to that of the Baroness Rothschild last wa, k, the thieve-, have Ju-t obtained possession id a case of jewelry belonging to the Connies* Wilhelm von Mismate<, while see wa* paasiug through Belgium on ber way to K iglan I  Swept by Parlous Gales.  I/iMxix, Nov. IS—'J he Welsh and Irish coasts ar* being swept by a furious gale, sod great quantities of wreckage are being washed ashore. The rain falls incessantly and tbs mountain streams sr*  r *ging torrents. In the Festireiog dis tr et numbers of working mens’cottage* have bleu carried away.  With (he A«*lstsae« af a Parte-e ll# Girns Through a Northers Part Sr Trwla sari Vera re* A host *4,000 - (Wilber st* Kaleldw *f Gee el th* Nuterlea* Untie Harrows Gsag st th# Jackass, MI#*.. Pvalteatlary—Other Wished**#.  ( MicAOti, Nov. IS -Governrn -ut inspector William Watkins, Jr., arrived in the city with a tall, athletic young iii sn of easy demeans* end graceful earring *. Ile looker! anything btu what be la alleged to ie—the most desperate train robber of th# age. William A. Nvwlierry, tire terror of many a rail* a I route in the we-t, boa been run down and captor#.! after a cha## lasting ae vers I monthly the offl cr In whose charge be now is. Haturday evening, June 7 lad. as the Northern Pa clllc train was pulling out of New Salem, lu North Dakota, en route to Portland, Or* , two masked men soddenly appeared in the engine cab from Melt side, and com* pc led the engineer to run bls train several miles, and then Uncoupling th* baggage and mail ear, to run on again, ad the lime, however, in charge of the masked men.  COAL.  Tho Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any ot the city. Barns lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the  West.  HARD COAL  Mock Pays Metter Than Reata  London, Nov. it-Mr. Olphert, who is about to An Uh the clearance of th* tenants from his estate in Donegal,' proposes, It I# stated, to let out thj land for pa#* in rage purposes. This is said to be th# general p dicy of th# Irish landlords, the aiock paying better than rants form*ll/ did.  KflVet of Oar Election# la (t«»#ti  LONDO*. Nov. It-The Daily New*’ St. Petersburg dispatch say : The defeat of the high tariff party in America baa had a depressing . ffret upon the ultra protect Ion let* of Roast* who had expected to carry evurything in their favor bafor* the tariff revision committee.  A Typical tow buy.  I he rob her y being . ffect rd sail come W.t’W secured, th* train wa# coup'el together again and allowed to go ob. Inspector Watkins wa# assigned to the ca*#,  I and tracked Newberry all th* way to Virginia, where be arrested him last Friday. He mads no re-i»tance, and consent#! lo lea re without legal ate pa lie ie year* old, and a typical cow-I boy of the elegant type. He wsa known under the name# of A. A Heart and A. J. Barker. Although it is I claimed that he baa killed several men, ba will not be prnueruted, aa the govern-nieat ha*. It is believed, sufficient evi ■ deuce to keep him bebiod th* bara for Ufa. His partner, Hailey, wa* arrested in the Black Hills and Oct. 14 Was aentenerd lo tbe penitentiary for eight year*. Inspector Welkin* w.ll take Newberry to Fargo.  Iii all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market I’rlccH. Quality (JiiHiirpaHscd,  CUK NOW. BEFORE TNE BIG MUNCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TPI VK PH OX FC H4 AND 31.  ti  I  I  THE OMAHA  FOR BINNING COAL, COKE OR WOOD.  A FRIGHTFUL PLUNGE.  I welling tie,,. llimtK't t end.  liixixii, Nov. LL—Bancroft, the ae*or, ha* offered to give (rt.OJO to the fuud j which I# being raised by Gen. Booth, of the .Salvation Army, for th# redemption of the niK»ia**, providing ninety nine other I aubtcrip* iou i of att equal amount are mads  OTHER FOREIGN NEWS.  — A BOTTLE OF —  Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosinoline,  A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery,  * o OO TO o  MARSH S DRUG STORE  A I’m!ley That Wouldn't Work.  I>ivpoji, Nov. UL—A cablegram from Mslbonra# says that tbs labor anions ar* au» (lending their entrano* leas la some instances, and in other ca*** reducing them. Th# object is to attract the free laborers into the anion*. Before th# strike th* policy of th# union* aH* to keep their numbers down by high admission fees, and other Hilo isnt regulations Th# Wharf laborers’ union, who*# sd mission fee was IS, talked before lh* strike of reielug it to KIO. Now they have suspended the fee altogether, Tbe free laborer#, however, .do sot seem sexton# to avail themselves of the privilege..  ITS NO SECRET.  KleettSM Keen la the Argentine Repahile  Pa ma, Non, It -Advice# raoeived hers by cable are to tim effect that serious rlection trouble* have taken place in the city of Rosario, in the Argentine Republic. Party feeling ran so high that frequent fig nu occurred between th* sap-porter* of the various candidate*, the situation Anally becoming so serbian that th# municipal authorities were unable to maintain order Th# troops wars than called upoo, and order wa# eventually re-•tored, but not until several persons heil been killed and many wounded.  THE SNELL MURDER RECALLED.  Aa Open Letter Which Cwatalae finis  Klgw I flea*! Statements.  Chicago. Nor. in-Mr*. Albert J, Buell, Jr., ha* written an open letter In which ahu more than broadly insinugtas thai a certain member of tbs family wa# concern# | j„ the murder of her father-in-law, Sh* declare* that th* bol* bored in the safe of Boe 11 wa# bored from the ia-lde, that th* mod valuable palier missing wa# old Mr. Snell's will, and that sh* brieve* that one of Mr. Snell*# Im Hats wounded on# of hi* assailant*. Shu make# very pertinent and dam aging #tatemeat# attorn a wound In Mr. A. J. Bt one’# leg, about th* fact tkat the safe combination was open, and other, as abr claims, significant thing*.  What lh* Kells* gay.  At the same time not muck attention la paid to Mrs. huell's •tatemsnt* bf thew* who have moat carefully investigated tbe a*«e. inspector George Hubbard was chief of police at tbs time of the murder and says that Mrs. Buell is mistaken in many of ber assertion*. At th* tim# of the murder, bs says, ha received letter# from many people Every mem lier of lh* family fell uad«r the iuip<cion of thin letter writers. Every caw or even seeming clew was rigidly traced down. No member of the family bad anything to do with the matter Kl-Chief of Detect-Iv.-# John Bonfield seem# to think that Mr#. Snell has been brooding over tbe matter and that her letter I# a woman * attempt to satisfy a grudge which abe baa against soma one. Mr. Bion* says tbe charges ar* ridiculous  ((•liberate Bolete* J,„ j»«hsoa. tin* at the Kub# Hansel Gang.  J Arx*'»ji, Miss , Nov. 19.—Joe Jackson, tbs noted train roblwr, and one of the notorious Rob# Burrows gang, committed suicide in the penitentiary heir by jumping from a flight of steps to a br ck p*veuie it fifty feet balow. He wa# to  (  have bren arraigned with Huh* Smith, another of th* gang, for robbing th* mails at th* Buckatunna train robbery a few months ago The United M stew sent nu officer to lh* cell after bim, but be bad no sooner opened th* door than Jackson, with a drawn knife, ran up the Stet*. Ha wa* told ne could nut escape.  “I know thai." be replied, “bat I can kill myself, which I am going to do. aud and this matter I w.ll never be mr reigned lo this court for my crim##," "Look Get! Hare I Cols.**  Th# fAioer* reasoned with him for an hour and a half without shaking him  from kl* horrible purpose. They then went up th* clepe, but Jackson held them at bay with th* knife, tailing them would kill tbs Aret man who laid hands on him I ba penitentiary official*, seeing that bs wa* determine I. got n bed to catch him on when bs iu*d« the fatal leap.  “O, that will do so good." ha coolly marked. “I will jump over IL" Then without amotion ha said to tbow below 1Loufco«if lier* I come." And, making a dive Kith hi* beati down ward, he struck th# pavement, fifty fat balow, landing un the back of his heil arui shoulders His skull was crushed and af tarty lag uncos sc toasty so hoar ha died  COM FLETE ever Drought lo Alton.  That our STOCK ia tho MOST_______  Wa nail show you Something Now aa often aa you coll in:  CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Body BriiHseln  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  IN CURTAINS:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  IN RIJOS:  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Kaglan.r# li.ju.t ( easies System.  Loudon. Nor. lX-It is stated that Aubrey. th Liberal member far Horncaatlat prop'.mea to Introduce in th* coming sci •ion of parliament a (..ensure to give fairer pension* to satiated men discharged after horn raid# service, and to reduce the average of pension* to on m mi aal mi*, s offi cern. At present th# total of pensions to 118,000 soldier# aud sailor* doe# amount loth* total paid to retired ernU, admirals and other officer*  BOI  Raaia.I^ t*  10    anf *    Fin. at in House DeooraMoos. Tho  wh.lfatr rol wah'Z    ""#«»«■/    *    our USLM.  Strike mm Ike Hallways.  I> >x tx iv, Nor. IX—The employes of the various railways in toot land and th* North of Kagiaod have for some 11 nm p*#* born endeavoring to anear* aa ii Vance of wages, i*at th* compania# have not seen their way dear to granting the request. Matter* have now coms to a ort* 4 *, ami it I# announced that unto#* tbs demand for nu ad v»nce of 8 shillings per week is acceded to s general strike will at once Im Mrd*mi    —  A. J. HOWELL  TMI. Kl lf KST HH ATK k.  HOB  M«rw«s4 (to- Hang im sa', ftrtsts.  Lomicx, Nor. Ii- Tbs «ut* of the late Mar wood. for a number of years public cl re ut loos r in great Britain and Im laud, ta honestly paying fit) shilling* in tbs pound. Mar wood accumulated a comfortable fortune in hts pecqliar trite, but became somewhat involved previous to his death, and creditors put his astate la bankruptcy, fearing that it was Insolvent, which proved not to be th* casa  Violated (be Letter? Lew.  Nr.w Qhljcaxs, Nov, IX —J. Pinckney Claith, business manager of Th* Daily Stoles, wa* Monday arraigned before United States Com in is# loner Wright for violating th* anti lottery postal law in mailing hi# palier with a lottery advertisement in it Tbs advm-tommt was not S direct advertisement of th* lot  bul .  b#d  * •°**<kh advertisement telling where tuple* of The Beata with tbe lottery ad vert is# me ut* in it coaid ba procured. I ha States publishes two edit lo aa, one with th* lottery advertisement, which pw* Dr express, aud one without It,which it sends by mail. In th# latter it adver Used tho former Mr. Bmlth was bald tu •SOO bail to answer.  An Old (‘•missilery Bird.  J Err KBaoK GITT, Mo, Nov. M.-Augnat Mayer was received at tbe pent eatery Monday on a two J aam' sentence from St. Genevieve county, for obtaining property uudsr face* pretences He la TU years old, and has now commenced serving blaster •nth term in the Missouri penitentiary He int cam* here in ISM, and with tbe exception of a year that he spent in jail In Illinois, ba ha* never been out of this penitentiary but a few month# at a tim* alae#. Ha is a monumental liar, and rarely ever tell# (ive same story twice. He ha# been sentenced every tim* for working some kind of a confidence game, aud even while in th* prison bas plied hi* vocation on verdant guards and amateur detectives with gnat success  Radiant Home,  VKI a* aamtiMt a* .    _    -_ . _    _  HIK Hh#T UA BD GOAL RASK IU (digit.  Supe  nor.   MK  B9SirgyggT..COGB *T<>\ I. ti Aug Mkt KACH.# W VUKAS] KO JToK VIV tVk iU  Th# Peer Is Katy.  Ix>x ram, Nov IX—The condition of the poor cl me# of Italy coatiauo* to be deplorable. IX*# tit ut too prevails la many quarters, and a i who t an strange to do •oar. leaving tbs country in the hope of bettering ibsiuasivat, buttering that they anonol he worse off in any country than they are ta their native land Bix thou-•aud persona have emigrate Ut Pineries during th* psst tu days.  U-fuavti I* iMnpUSt lh* l ulus.  Bath LXU km Pi, Nor ( —Th# grievance committee of th* Ueothrrbnnd of Railroad Brakeman, whom members are in (Joy cd na the Lehigh Valley railroad, called on Goners! Eastern Superintend end Goodwin Monday to lay before him a number of grievances they wish th have (rimed ted Mi i p<» rl Ute rn ie at Good win, wh«-u Informed by lh* commute* of (heir being ms a I ber* of th* brotherhood, refused t" recons tb m ss members (hereof, and told them (hat had Guy com* sa am ploy ae of the road ba would listen to (heir griev anis*  Murdered by His Ken Heed.  Lex i xurox, Ky., Nov. IX-Tueeday morning before brook fiat Dr. R Gorman, a retired physician and prominent citisen of this county, went out to his barn yard to see about feeding stock. His negro farm hand, VV iii Wii*w, was at th* baru. Tbe doctor did not com# in for break f*»t and th* rook went to th* barn to tell him the meat was ready, but when ab# g,* there she saw th* doctor lying dead w ith a bullet hoi# in his eixwt, and Wilson mu nlog over th* bill Wilson has not yet been caught.  H. A. HOFFMANN,  IOO and lot s, SECOND ST  Had la (Nails# tbe GI raster.  Par#, Nov. Ii.—During a performance of * Faust" al Dunkirk a ire men,Ions tumult arose m tho sudMaea, due to i e abd ug French hatred of th* Germans. Having mi ideal/ mid# tbadhoovcry  lhat  the director, Martel, was a German tho tefotil* demanded his Immediate dismiss*!  Double Tragedy la Baa Krai*!***.  Ba* Fua Si IWX), Nov. It—Augustine OI ag mg. a aho# black in th* Baldwin botel,  0,1  * 0l "« home reproached his wife fur •aeonial lag with bad woos**. A quarrel •hatted when ho shot tho woman in tho neck He then cut bis own threat with * r»*.r. Otagues la auld to i,*#* bren toxmsted at tee Umr. Both wilt ju-otettey  A Chicago Sa trig*.  Chic AOD, Nov. IX-Michael Mal Ii van of th* well known firm of J. Ii. Bu I ll van it Bro , decorators and painters, MI North Clark st root, shot h nisei ( through th* head Tuesday morning, causing Insteut death. Th* suic-ni* was committed at his home at 910 Webster avenue, snout T AJ o’clock. Mr Buliivsu ha I been sick for a long lint* aud very despondent. He leave* a wife and Bv* childre a.  die.  A Costly Cg far Ids C*i?** r ,  New OMA a Kl, Nor IX—Th* Time* Democrat-.’ San Antonio, Tega,, #^,*1 aays In Judge King** court * Jury gave a Verdict against turn .-vomit,ri    *mi ii rail  ('UMI company iii f**,*  m     ■     s   Briggs for ISO dug damage* Bi .gr* *uU (or |6ii,(G0 for the ion, ut a Mg white in tho -obipuny’, employ  Kallway Maw Arrested.  SCHA MT OU, Pi, NOV It-William Health, lh* «ugloser, and IV)mas Kerns, th* cmdueior, who war* r**ponsib:* for th* terrible wreck on lh# New Yo k Ontario aud Western -<vad on W#.Jn»*.i*y l»at, wert* arrested a., arraigned in this city M unday on a chaig* of criminal nag* H gen to. Th* accusal men war* ne id Iii te.IL  Combined Coal  lr HA* BV xxv MIIDKUN  -THE OHLY KKKKKCT—  and Wood Cooking Stovo M&dt.  I MCK VKMKNT.  PITTS & HAMILL, J*  FALL SUITS.  I AM MOW ((CADY TU n^UMitlU h .’Kin MAM IM ALTUM WITH  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  ll IDX PH-»M  UKTMK ;K ELK CT (CD IAPCCI ALLY PUB J  pall WBIAR.  CV IM TH* MOrtT fiTYUfiH M AUNKit, gf.  With. Perfect Pit,  AMD  At Figures that will Please ail  H. O. Cr. Moritz.  J ulius H. Raible  Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in  WINES AND LIQUORS.  Havirig removed my buaioeu* to my uew building between Pina and Belle Streeff, I ahaii devote to Hic  ay  Ne- HS Fourth,  entire atteuUoo  WHOLESALE SALES  Of all kind* jf Wine* and Liquors, where all DEALERS  their Interval to Pure*bure their Supjiliea at  to  will fl" ! I*  Strictly Wholesale Prices.  The Largest and Most Select Stock o.' Fine WINES and LIQUORS  gsrsrssar - "™-^ iullUS ii Raihlp  1:6 Four,h ' b8t '  julius ll. ndlUie, B eHe andPiasa sis  FALL GOODS!  •agar Trust Ma«*i**ra  Bl*. XLV MN Y. Nut IX-Gvb. Hanry H BI«K.-uin, Henry a lUtvm v*r and R Y. >v hit* bar# nan NpiHtinlr-l r*cviv#r«  ut th* sugar trnt  bu (alg* al MS Gig K ta,  At-cl am, Mich., N«v, 19 VtiiiiiD p. I rvbiss, agt-d nu, wa# found l .rgiiig by tb* IH-I'k In ins barn on his farm u«-sr this cl y. Ile left * note stating that si! bt# debt* we rn paid aiA that Ire wanted neither besra* nor minister at bis totter ai.  I he bi# lop of Lincoln, K igixnd, has de-riaitid biiiitelf in favor of thorteniog the bouts of labor for woiklngmsn  AND  AMOTH** LOT OW  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERE,  JI "T EXGKlVkG KOK  If A. LL, VV I-; AR.  AUO A nut UM* Off  Cloth for Overcoats  VO* VALL AMD WI MTK*.  HW    ”    *    —    ***'    *w*-a^    VY    *    *W    a    rn«  E. L. BORCKMANN.   

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