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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 12, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                AL TELE VOLUME WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 186 I T JE3 BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY i USf Put up in large white 10 sheets of our best with 10 envelopes to Only 10c per En Also Ono quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes Only 25c These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially OUR include the following popu lar shades C E E A P E A C P R I M R 0 8 IRISH ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large qmntity 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 eonsiderable less in pnca than you have been consistent with 101 aud 103 Third IF YOU NEE A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO XSHS DRUG STORE A Terrible Railway Disaster Occurs In THE FATAL ERROR OF A SIGNAL MAN A Spcolnl IttusiMntor Train While Ban ning at the ttnto of Fifty Mllei tin Hont CrnnhcK Into n Ooocln Citlclinit Flro nml Nix Patgum Are Slowly Konntncl to Horri bln Witnessed by Sm lias boon re oeived here of s terrible accident on the Groat Western railway at Norton Warren near Tuesday A heavily laden goods train crashed into n special passenger train from which WHS convoying to London the pasaengetH from the Cape of Good wno hud arrived by the ituamer Norlmm Ten persons are reportel killed and eight several Tho utmost anxiety prevuils among those who had relatives or friends on the Norhnm Castle to ascertain the names of the Up to the present has been impossible to obtain anything more than the most meagre The railroad com pany promptly dispatched relief trains with a large number of physicians on board to the The Crnnh Later advices from the scene of the wreck state that the special train from Plymouth to London was made up of four passenger containing flfty pas It was pitch dark and a drench ing rain was fulling when at 3 oclock the running at the rate of 60 miles an dashed by the little Somersetshire village and into The signal man on duty had forgotten that the heavily liuleu Great Western goods train was standing on the uptrack to permit of the down mall passing on its way in us it The danger signals were displayed to the engineer of the on coming and with all the impact and moraemtum of its weight and tre mendous Hpeeo the doomed train hurled Itself upon the goods train in its The force of the collision was such that lit the of contact the tlrst coach of the special was literally smashed Into rim tcli Slowly Burned to Almost immediately after the collision sparks from the engine furnace communi cated to the debris and the horror of flre was added the terrors of the catas Before anything could be done toward rescuing six of the occu pants of the first who had escaped In the awful were slowly burned to death in the of fellow human beings who were powerless to release them from the flames which gradually enveloped and slowly consumed their Quo of the passengers who hud boeu killed at the moment the trains came presented a ghastly his head having been severed from hla body as cleanly as though it had been done by the lliey would permit the opor a to go Tim mannger of tho theater was obliged to como to I he front and nnnoiinre the dismissal of Martel In order to pro vent a Bnthtulnstlo llnrlln Socialists of Berlin to the number of assembled Tuesday to tender an ovation to Horr an eminent member of the patty who was released from prison by reason of tfiu expiration of his term of A great deal of enthusiasm wns manifested when the Inta prisoner made his appeanmca before his Armenlnm Knld the hundred armed at Mador on Russian Sunday made a raid on several Kurdish killing flve persona The band was attacked and dispersed by The police hero have made a I urge seizure of Martini rifles and ammunition Intended for Count em Von lilmnnrck on tho Bel gian railways appear to bo on tho in In addition to that of the Baron ess Rothschild iast the thieves huvu just obtained possession of a case of jew elry belonging to the Countess Wilhelm von while she was passing through Uelglum on her way to Swept by Purloin Welsh and Irish coasts are being swept by a furious and great quantities of wreckage are being washed The rain falls In cessantly and the mountain streams are raging In the Festunlog dis trict numbers of working menscottages have bieu carried Stock Payg Hotter Tluin who Is about to finish the clearance of the ten ants from his estate in is to let out tha land for pas turage This is said to be the general policy of the Irish the stock paying better than rents formerly Kflfect of Our Elections In Daily News Petersburg dispatch The defeat of the high tariff party in America has hml a depressing effect upon the ultra protect ionlsts of who had ex pected to carry evorythinK In their favor before the tariff revision Swelling lluotlig the net has offered to give to tho fund which is being raised by of the Salvation for the redumption of the providing ninetyriino other subscription of an equal amount are THE SNELL MURDER OTHER FOREIGN ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton Wo ou Something New as often as you call Rag or Body Brussels Art n A i Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Utke to Beejhe Npweab anrl Finest in House The froquentiy at HOWELL A Policy That Wouldnt cablegram from Melbourne says that the labor un ions are suspending their entrance teen in some and in other cases reducing The object is to attract the free laborers Into the un Before the strike the policy of the unions was to keep their numbers down by blgh admission and other strln gent The Wharf Laborers whose admission fee was talked before the strike of raining it to Now they have suspended the fee The free not seem anxious to avail themselves of the priv Election Bows In the Argentine Bepubllo received by cable are to the effect that serious election troubles have taken place in the oily of in the Argentine Repub Party feeling ran so high that fre quent fights occurred between the sup porters of the various the sit uation finally becoming so serious that the municipal authorities were unable to maintain Tho troops were then called and order was eventually re but not until several persons had been killed and many Unjiut Is stated that Au tliLiberal member far proposes to Introduce In the coining ses sion of parliament fcieosure to give fair er pensions to enlisted men discharged after honorable and to reduce the average of pensions to commissioned offi At present the total of pensions to soldiers and sailors does not amount to tho Total paid to retired gen admirals and other Strike on tho laTbe employes of the various railways In Scotland and the forth of England have for some time past been endeavoring to secure an advance of but tho compimlw have not seen heir way clear to granting the Matters have now come to a and it s announced that unless the demand for n ad of 8 shillings per week Is ac ceded to a general strike will at once be An Open Which Contains Some Significant Albert lias written an open letter In which she more than broadly that a certain member of the family was concerned in the murder of her father She declares that the hole bored in tho safe of Snell was bored from the that the moit valuable paper missing was old Snells and that she bMievea that one of Snells bullets wounded one of big assail She makes very pertinent and dam aging statements about a wound In Stones about the fact that the safe combination was and as ahe significant What the Police At the game time not much attention la paid to Snells by those who have most carefully investigated the Inspector George Hubbard was chief of police at the time of the murder and says that Sneil ig mistaken in many of her At the time of the he he received letters from many Every member of the family fell under the suspicion of these letter Every case or even seem ing clew was rigidly traced No member of the family bad anything to do with the ExChlef of Detect ives John Bonfield teems to think that Snell has been brooding over the matter aud that her letter la a womans attempt to satisfy a grudge which she has against some Stone says the charges are Arrest in Virginia of a Desper ate Train HIS BOLD WORK IN NORTH With the Aixlgtiinoo of n He Goes Through Northern 1aclfle Train nnil Ahout Rnlchle of One of the Ilituo Uurfotm Oniig at thu Government inspec tor William arrived In thu city with a athletic young man of easy demeanar imd graceful lie looked anything what ho Is nlliged to most dcBparuto train robber of the William thn Icr ror of many a rallrrn 1 route in the has been run down and captured afier a clmse lasting several ruonthfby tho oflUer In whose charge he now Saturday Juno 7 as tho Northern Pa cific train was pulling out of New in North on routo to two masked men suddenly appeared in the engine cabfrom each and com pelled the engineer to run his train sev eral and then Uncoupling tho bug gage and mini to run on all the in charge of the mask ed A Typleul The robbery being effected and some the train was couple to gether again and allowed to go In spector Watkius was assigned to the and tracked Newberry all the way to Vir where be irrested him last Ho made no and consented to leave without legal He Is 29 years and a topical cow boy of the elegant He was known under the names of Heirt aud Although It is claimed that he has killed several he will not be as the govern ment it is sufficient evi dence to keep him behind the burs for Kin was arrested in the Black and 14 was sentenced to the penitentiary for eight luspec tor Watklun will take isewberry to A FRIGHTFUL Deliberate Suicide of Joe Ono of the BuDe the noted train and one of the notorious RMOO Burrows commit ted suicide lu the penitentiary heie by Jumping from a flight of steps to a brick pavement flfty feet He to have been arraigned with Rube another of the for robbing the mails at the Buckaturma train robbery a few months agd The United Biates sent an officer to the cell after but he had no sooner the door than with a run up the He wua told he could not I know be bnt I can kill which 1 am ijoing to and end this I will never be ar raigned in this court for my Look Outl Here I The officers reasoned with him for an hour and a half without shaking him from his horrible They then went up the but Jackson held them at bay with the telling them he would kill the first man who laid hands on The penitentiary seeing that be was got a bed to catch him on when he made the fatal that will do no he coolly re I will Jump over Then without emotion he said to those below Here I making a dive with his bead be struck the landing on the back of his head and shouldera His skull was crushed and afterly Ing uncon sciously an hour be The Famous Gillesple Soft COAL de livered at flve minutes notice in any ot the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink er 8 or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all Deliverecl at Lowest Market Quality V CUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Mann 310 Belie TELEPHONE 84 AND THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COKB OR ONLT jCombined Coal and Cooking Stovt PITTS HFAI7 Violated the NEW Pinckney business manager of The Daily was Monday arraigned before United States Commissioner Wright tar violating the antllottury postal law in nailing hlx paper with a lottery advertise nent iu The udvortUerneut was not a direct advertisement of thn lot hut bad a coluifcu advertisement elllng where copies of The State with the ottery advertisements in It could be pro The States publishes two editions one with the lottery goeij by and ono without which it sends by In the latter It adver tised Smith was held in fiUO bail to Radiant TUB HK8T UAKO BA8M UK MOST ilAOIti Bfarwooil the estBtu ot the late fpr a nuinber of yeow pub lic ejecutlonor In groat Britain and IH honestly paying 80 shUllnga in the Murwood accumulated a com fortable fortune in bin peculiar but beouuie vouiewhat Involved previous to liia aud put big eilnte la fearing tbutlt was tnioivent which proved not to be the Voof In couditlon pf tha poor of Ititly ooutlnuea to be de DwttUutlon prevails in and all who can arrange to do leaving the country in the hope of betiorlug bjllttvlug that eannot be worw ofl In any country than tUny nro In thulr native Jaud Six thou sand pemouN Imve during the W 108 8B90MJ iff lUil the a perforraauoa of Dunkirk tremoudoiu tlie due to ot Itrfumid to the griev ance committee of the Brotherhood of Railroad whone membors are employed on the Lehigh Valley called on General Eastern Superintend Goodwin Monday to lay oefore him a number of grievances thoy wish tohave Superintendent whan Infprmed by the committee of their being members of the refused to receive them us numbers told thorn that bad tbty come as employes of the road he would lUtoii to tholr arlev Double Trugoily In Buu HAW ashooblacklo tho Bald wm on going home reproached bin wife for ttsaoolaUug with bad A qunml eunuud whim be shot the woman in the Ho then cut own ibrout with n Olaguos li said to have been In toxioated at the Both wiu probably A toitly Lug fur tlm Nuw Tlmw SMU Texas apuoial lu court v Jny gave a verdict agalutit Mitt 4outhan mi l rail road coaumiiy m arlKKH uamagus ilng or for the uf a wv lu tho An Old PeultButiary Meyer was received at tho pcnl entiary Monday on a two years sentence from Genevleve for obtaining property under false He IB TO years and has now commenced nerving hiselov enth term In tho Missouri penitentiary Ho first came here In with the exception ot a year that he spent lu Jail in he has never been out of this penitentiary but a few months at a time Ho Is a monumental and rarely ever tells the same story He has been sen tenced every time for working some kind of a confidence and even While In the prison ban pliud bis vocation on ver dant guards nnd umatour detectives with great Murdered by Ilia Iurm morning before breakfast a retired physician ond prominent cltUen of this went out to his barn yard to nue about feeding uogro farm Will was at tho ahe doctor did not come in for breakfast and the cook went to the burn to tell him the meal was but when the got there she saw the doctor lying dead with a bullet hole in his Wilson run ning over the Wllsou has not yot been I AM NOW UEAUY TO FUUNiBU MAN IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADE FPIM 8ELKGTKD ESPECIALLY FOB J IN TUB MOST STYLISH MANN At Figures that will Please Julius H Baible Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my between Piasa and Belle to the business to my uew building 1 shall devote my 116 entire atteutlon TiUf t fti Jlmr limiry anrt IMWII u A OhloiiKii Sullivan of tbu wollkuowu Hrm of Sullivan decorators and 200 North Clark shot IrmncU through tho bead Tuesday causing Histum TliM uuluiilo waa committed at his hoitiB nt 810 Webster almut 73J Sullivan had buou lick for Jong lime ami very He leaves a wife and live lUllwny Uuu Ilium the and Tlioiuiw the who were responsible for the terrible wreok on the New On tario aud Wwteru oad on Wediuwluy wuro arrontud an arrulgued lu thin pity Monday on a charge of crlmimil neg I bu aouused men weru iteld iii Suicide ut HII Ulil V WlUJnin ugid wiw round by tlut neck In barn on his furm lie left u noto nlatlng IW debts wero aiA tbut ho wanted neither nor minister at his fu WHOLESALE SALES Of all kinds of Wines and wuero all DEALERS to tlieir Jntorpst to iLeir Supplies at will Strictly Wholesale The Largest and it Most Select Stock Fine WINES ars ssssr and 116 Belle and Piasa ais FALL GOODS ttH JioHiB of mlor for ANOTJIJilt LOT OJP WORCESTERS JVHT ItKOKITKO AND ALSO A IINB Cloth fo Of   

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