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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14. 1890. ISAYS INGALLS IS SAKR He Will Be Re-Elected to the (Senate. A TALK WITH CHAIRMAN BUCHAN. PAPETERIES, IBOX PAPER] -Cr - FINE LINEN STATIONERY our ▼elope. Or Put up in large wb'te envelop#*, IO cheet* beet stock, with IO envelopes^ w^tU. ^Only. Alto: assorted, of 10c per En- One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c per box. These Select and put up especially for OUR shades: tar Superior Writing Papers, made and TRADE, include the following popu- It HITE, CREAM, PE A (I H, P It I M It 0 8 IRISH HO ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX L1NENE. E, N I), •UT* Oar large quantity pun based of these SELECT Goods, snsbles us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although ail Pspeteritn have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. HT Give these Goods a trial and you will And that they ars sonsiderable less in price than you have been paying, consistsnt quality. rith G. J. Degrenhart, 101 and 103 Third st., Alton, III. He ( Islms That th* Kaaawa kMlw la sa Popular aa Ma Im Wa* aud Ha* Ha Doubt That Ha Will Ba Mataraad -Mayor Brant'* acleetle* Kapaa*##— Sow* Lata Katarn* Dam th* KlaaSloa —ralltlaai Mates. Kansas Citt, Mo , Nov. 14-Tbat tbs •torisa that are being published (a vart-Otis s^rlions assigning jseuator Ingalls to in age si us writing In Naw York eitjr altar Msrrh 4 next ara the veriest figments is claims t by Chairman Buchan, of the Kansas Republican state central com rn it tea. Him hart, who has Just returned from a two days' conference with Mr. Ingalls at his home, says: “I have no doubt what. set r I hat Mr. Ingalls will Uj re-elected to his pre cut pueblos. I could, were I so iudiawl, girt the names of tho man who will rote for and elect him. On the first ballot ba will have seventy-five rotas; eight more will sleet him. Right out of tbs ten men elected to the legislature by the alliance ars old Republicans. The o.d Republican Instinct sri*I return to enough of them to return Mr. Ingalls to tire senate. Was Fairly No im I na! ad. “There is no break in the party on tbs tensional question Mr. Ingalls wa* as fairly nominated for United Matas senator a* Mr. Humphrey was nominated foe govt-mor. Ninety-thry* Republican county conventions instructed for Mr. Ingalls. All ih« congress anal conventions lust rm tad for bim. Tbs defeat of Mr. lo foil* means tbs defeat of the Republica* pirty. Thirty five straight Republican* were elected to the legislature. Every -me of these was instructed for Ingalls, I behav* the thirty-aine Republicans la th* senate are for bim, With one or two I exception*. Thee* ar* a few Democrats for bim and there ara a few alliance men for him Ho that he will be elected the first day of the balloting. A* Popular as Kvae. “I tell you that Ingalls is as popular as he ever wa*. His mealing* la th# lata campaign were th* largest ever held in I he st ate. During presidential year* we lid not have such iargs meetings. Til* demand for bis speeches was overwhelming Hurl came from ovary part of the stat*. The bet w nil* and th* short corn crop resulted in what they oat I a landslid* but d «i you ever notice that the only two congressmen elected were from the eastern part of the slats, where th* corn crop wa* fair! Everything went for the alliance •ut west, where lbs ooru crop failed. Ingalls has a much easier fight now than in IWK, a hen be had a faction of hi* own party to fight. Th# Republican party la Ka ii ow. is shaking itself and getting itself together. It ic for Ingalls” Hie R -publicans by from four to seven on Jolut ballot. Th lex eau so* cmistdarabi# speculation ber* aa ta w>*o Moody*# sue-cessor in th# United States senate may lie. Bom# claim that Gong res. ut an Pick* ler would draw enough Independent VO*es ta elect him, but D ingrate nearly alt think that Bartlett Tripp or P. lf McClure will la, ii,* A SENSATIONAL DISCOVERY. A Man Wha Ha* Bean la gall Tweaty. T»s tears A wall lag Trial. VauckBi igi, Ky., Nov. ll-Detective feater, of Oo-umbus, Olde, was here this week looking up a casein which ha was lutenist ad While pursuing his iuvsstb gat ions ha mad* a sensational dieoov*-ry in th# Lewta county Jill. la that prison Is John Bijou, aged to In I MMI he was srrwud forth* murder of a family hasted bosier. Ha was tried in th# state court s<*.u after, but th* case was taken to the United States oourt od the ground that the stat* laws did not allow colored witnesses to testify against whites. In th* I ult#*! St*:*- court Bijou was convicted end sentence I to hang Jan. Ti, 1800. Th# s alg appealed the ease to th* United Mates supreme court. After a delay of three years that court remanded the cace W the state c .aru. There it somehow became forgotten. firsts tirejr sad Daft. Year after ye ar baa gone by without trial    \\ Unrests have died or moved away. Biyvn’s (ami;/ bae die-1 and he I*na grown gray to Jail awaiting trial. He was poor and without friend* a od to lilt rase was forgotten even la Vanceburg, many persons no; even knowing he is in prison. He has becout * more or lee* daft over his long imprisonment and tahr* no Jut* rest lo anything outside th* Jail. The bloody ax with which th* murder w»a commuted bi kept lo lh* Jail aud that I. starlit ail I hr • vide nee left out*. J* the written ▼#« Imony take i at th* iris! on which to try th# man. An.fT.rt will he m«d* to try iii ye a *t the next term cf court. im MFE PLM Southern Pacific Tr«in Goes Through a Trestle. MANY PEOPLE KILLED AND HURT. POLITICAL NEWS NOT CK Awee#* the Italian Faster. NKW Y mix, Nov. la —The fact that Clio-vaunt Mum , th* Italian who is trying to fast forty-rive days in this city, seemed to he growl rig s’ronger as hi* fast proceeded pnsa.rd tbs doctor* who saw him I'huraday. The r. curd Urn road* by gripping th# little oval of steel that registered the muscular forte of hi* band was fifty four k lo-, more than it baa basil for aer-irai days M ire: drank a little of bia my uerious new nutritive elixir Thursday in water. He draok altogether twenty-four oui.cs of Water lip iota*! o'clock. Ile is beginning to show the el-f*« La of eb»t iueuos from food in th* alnk-‘fig away of his cn«ek« aud in irritability IF YOU NEED — A BOTTLE OF — Lotion for Chapped Hand**, Good Cough Nyrup, Perfumed Cosmo line, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, OO TO MARSH S DRUG STORE rain with a Far atar*' Mutual Hm«I| Assaria! law Man*bara. C r v THALIA, Ilia, Nov. >4—Owing to the peculiar division politically of the coming legislature of the state of Ililuoia the st land* of tbs three Farmers' Mutual Lh-ne fit assoc! a'iou members upon tbs •lection of a L ulled Slates senator ta a ,Static. of much important Cockrell of this county, being on* of tbs three farmer* who ar* said to hold the balonea of power, was asked lf ha would rot# for Farwell or Palmar for Uulted States senator. “My man for senator,* said ha, “moot stand on th* alliance platform with both feat." “Will you ba a candidate a tile next legislature J* “Owls g to circumstance* over which I HAV# ac control at th* present tin.* I will not Ii* a candidate for speaker—not until after I gat my corn gathered, anyhow. ah* ll un I rd Mias Daw*. 1HJRT limos, Mich., Sot. 14—Bertha Holing worked for Carl Buntaburi a* * domestic in Oarmany tan years ago. After two years work ha owed Bertha IKA), but departed for America without paying bt*. MIK* Koiiug cams over and surd him for th* money aud interest, and gar uisheed his bauk arc .’int of fl,(J00. Wednesday a Jury decided that Alias Holing ought to ii a v v . that HUO for which she bad ira vela I over 4004 miles ani waited eight, years and gave her a verdict for th* money with interest and coala and Iii u ta burt will have to pay, a* she has bt* bauk account tied up. for speaker ITS NO SECRET. Wn fiver Drought to Alton. That our STOCK la th# MOST COMP LETH in show you Bomething New a* often as you call in: CARPBTSt Tapestry,    Body Brussel,, Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. IN CURTAINS: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. II\T JFlTTGrS- Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ha Ueed th* ('holograph. VY ami i koto* CHT. Nos. 14 —Reprseco-(alive O'Kerr*! i, of Virginia, who wa* th* •aly Democrat lo bi* seat when th* Repub, lean a took th* famous photograph of lh# h HW* of representative* during the Langston Vcuabls fight. Is In town It fc rn a telestite f MC | that Mr. O'Ferrail used (boe* photographs in his eamoaian sud with great «u*cess, as Illustrating how t he Item.irate fought to prevent the i usee ii up of otic of their party, Th* Rn-tmU.esaa used the photograph. | n eev-rial districts to abow th* Democratic pol-cy of obst root loo, hut Mr. O'F^rrailis Adam* Bepress Company sad Lei tar/ Am N*w Yoga, Nos. *4—The board of managers of tbs A lama Express com pany h«ld Ha first meet log Wednesday sin*# th* passage of th* antl-inttary act. The board were unanimously of the opinion that th* provision* of Ik* law wsrs morally aa obligatory upon the company as they wars legally binding upon th# postal aul bori I la*    TU hoard adopted moi uiioaa making tU teguiatiots which have been Im Dad by the postoffice department to ita subordinate*, applicable to the employee of the Express company. Gee, Itaaat es Smokeless Powder. VV asmnotox CITT. Nor. 14-In bb annual report. Geo. Benet, chief of IU Ord aaa ce bureau, says that during th* post year extensive experiments hare been mails abroad with smokeless powders; but, although astonishing Wfiuiis have besa obtained, It can not yet be said that thee# mw explosive# will so-p-reede th* precut service powder. In this country th* testa have bren unsatisfactory. H* says that th* ttprtagfitld rifle to out of date, and that it should be re-pi ‘owl by aa e Ac lea' msg es! as rifle. i the only mao who had th* olhr#g„ to bm J them ae an argument on th* other side I aul im like to sea the Nut Easiest way to IM them to to whether you wish to buy or not. •fit find Finest in Honea Decorations. The Coll frequently at our establishment. A. J. HOWELL Mayer Ureal'* Ai settee Kaw*****. New YOOK, Nov. J4-Th# expense so. *>unt of Mayor and Mayor-elect Hugh J. Grant, during tbs recent campaign was filed la the county clerk'* offlo. It pm hie expenses at #7.** to Mayor Grant filed a statement as follow* Georg* H Dc R>-vtr«, real of beadquaetere at Uuion •Vqaore hotel, $417 fit; Georg* B. De Revere, livery sad petty charge*, *7?* *    expense# at headquar- Ack MU. 04; p r i a tiug and distr that mg, H, i to Jo, L* I. Chapin aa, to ding uiall- 11    *4veriiaing, SiSSto     ,1(JU '     toi »l. TI*# Nerts Miser Meek trssMe. New Yotix. Not. 14—Up to I o’clock Thursday afternoon th* state bank examiner had not prepared bls statement with n-gard to th* conditio* of the North River beok- At th* clearing house it wae learned that one customer, a large eon tractor, wa* debtor to the bauk to the ex taut of ffiutMMk, also that there ware six ur ae vt-ii other customers, alae contractors, who were also 'ta bt ort to th* bank for largv amount* Th* collateral* for the seeurliy of th* lean* are said to be elal ms Big arnut tho city TM* PIM KST HNAT**. non Radiant Home, OF I* MI Mi*nm    _ THI HK HT KAKO COAL MAA* HU RDK*. Supe nor, Will geed Miss I. Setae! To** xx A. Kau , Nov. 14-TU education ** h McKay, who was sleeted judge of (he Twenty-fourth judicial dtotriot by th* Far mete' all laura, having been found to ae sot quite up to the stander.! of district judge*, it ha* been decided by th* alliant* » pet Lim through a anura* of lectures la (he taw school of lbs University of Miohl-(aa at Ann Arbor that he may adorn th* xj-uiioa to which be has been chosen Ha will amarna th* judicial rob** Jan. Hand fee therefor* ha* sixty day* ta which to preps re himself. Fired th* Hr*tis*raised Mew. Du MOIXX*, la., Niv. 14-Th* Wee* arn I cion Telegraph company has begun discharging the brotherhood operator* la this oily. Wtdue*d«> E A. Brandenburg night cbiof, and R. C VV ii son. one of the night force, were discharged. These two were the best mea on the force and are dismissed solely on account of their sup-posed connection with the brotherhood Miggs Woe the OM**. Mimnk a caus, Mina., Nev. 14 —The Journal s Manistique, Mich., special says: W. 9. Higgs, of Manistique, sad J. J, The (engineer, Fir-rn sn awd Two ta baewa Hew Kl lint Oeiright wwd MV arty All af th* IOO I'aaaewgers Injured, tome of WH»Mi Will PretMshly DI T#.e Dtaaster tteewr* et Might Ahu*! Fie* Miles trews Sa I oui. Ore. I*oi<TLAM», Ore., No*. 14—Th* south bound overland Pacific train Went through th* treat I* over Lab* Labish near Ba'em at (o’clock Wednesday night. Th* tavetIe gave way when th* engine mn onto it and th* train, tresti* nod ail went down tagnther, th* •agin* being over turned and half burled in tb« mud. Pol lowing the engine came th* tender, rn ill, baggage and express cars, smoking car aa I tourist steeper, all of which wee* -mashed. Th* en gin MMT, Mc-F .ddt-u, the fireman, Tim McNeal, sad an uukaowa tush were kill*.) and a number of people injured. Hrnhew Into Kindling Woad. Th* first-cia-* day coach was eaved from going over by alighting with the front end on an old tree broken off about even with the t n-r I*. Th* seat* In the caf worn every one broken to sp Intar* end th# p u t Ilion* in the car were broken int o kindling wood. Then followed tit* smoker, the seats In which were nearly all broken. Next was th* tourist steeper, ie which were rn rn* twenty fir* or thirty passenger*. Of this number only ti.rec w, re uninjured. Next was the Pullman ear “A tat ta.” with a.-vi-nteen pa#aei>grr\ en I only throe a c*p-d without injury, rite next and leat car wa* th* Pullman •Roseburg,” in which were fifteen passenger-; oniy four of tliesu escape! with slight bra tarn. In th* smoker aud day couch every aret wa* occupied. The ma. I, expo-** sod l>»ggagtf car* overturned Hie total nam lair of death* from th* »e-eHent w(tl probib j reach aa high as tea, a- many have attal ai tv I what it is feared will prove serious internal injuries The body of a tramp wa# taken out of th* wreck, maki ig four im w .1« ad a ms al af ta# Physicians, Fire# wi re built along the aide of the tm k to keep the wound* I warm who hod bt«n removed from the wreck aud to light the way of th* work re wko hod hastened to tbs retitle from tbit city end vicinity, (asid out ow Urn ground were tile iiMsagled corpses rvouv.red from th* wreck, and rec) I ai ii .; on Improvise-J b-to about It.* fires Were me wounded; while -tan dug almut, lend,ng what a-si.Uoce febwf could, were thus*- Ieee aeriottely wounded, and around thoea aud everywhere were th* crowds who ha-1 co un- to haip or from curiosity. lo th* ©ouches sanding on the fallen treat Ie work were the sam* ectme*. every available cushion being occopb-d by some unfortunate on* more or lese injured. Ae soon at the doctors from Hatam arrived, stout ifiecu minute! after ll o'clock, they set about dressing wounds and ad min tat aria g lo tbs needs of the injured. List el th* lnjared Th* following are among the injured: Capt. Jack Crawford, the poet erout, bruised, Samuel Aoaon, New York city, side aud back sprained, Mr* T. C. Beer-ley and May and Relit* Boyle, Missoula, Moot ; Wilson Berry, North Dakota, lo J‘ired a limit throat; CL M Barrow. Ellsworth, Kau., back ■ peal Dad; Fred VA aire, Ellsworth, Kan., internal injuries; Dr. Hammel and wife, Philadelphia, loth in jowl about the apio#—they were returning from a trip around th* srorld. J. L. K iii er.ee, Neenah, Wt*.. bach hurt; C. Gibbet, traveler for the Val Blats Brew tag company, Milwaukee, WU., (J (J. Newham, Pleasant Porks, Gas., polo fully injured about th* throat; Jams. Mc Garry, Unite! lit ale- marshal, Bali Lake Utah, Dose hr .ken, leg probably broken and badly Injured iaierualiy, feared ba will die. Th* train carried over MU persona, nearly all of whom were more or Ieee injured. COAL. The Famous GI ll (spic Soft COAL deli vered at five minutes notice In any of the city. Barns to a Clear Gray Aah, no Clinkers or Clndera. Beat Soft Coal lit the West. HARD COAL In nil aiz‘*a. Delivered at I.owest Market I’ricea. Quality Unsurpassed. DUY NOW, BEFORE* THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street/ TKLKFHONK H4 AND 21. THE OMAHA FOH HIRNING COAL, com OR WOOD. Combined Coal 11 max gvrm Mo()Cmn —THI OS LY PKKriCCT-- . and Wood Cooking Mwl#2?i52^a* rf *‘ ll '’" ° f *' ~ '    " v '” :    : A    I»- ■ I a f *it / ‘ll*) s Megwat * **" SOmmC Stovo Mftdi. PITTS A HAMILL, Bol* Agents FALL Vee* Dell G.-satp. Naw Yon, Nov. 14—The *nitv t—1| war ie practically over. Th# new organisation ha* died a natural death. The New York. Brooklyn aud Pittsburg club. have agreed up..ii term* and consolidated, aud Iii* Ch lr ago club bae offered to sell out Th I# leaves the Bouton, Philadelphia and CtevcUud elate la tbs lurch. It tm berate possible that thee* club. will couiiuu* arxt*ra*au to another organliatte:*, but tale lusts entirely with th* old magnate*. SUITS. I AM MOW BRADT TO FU g» IM Ii IC V EKV MAM IM ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MAD): FV IM /LOTUS pl ICLK! TED F 8 FICI ALLT FOB] FALL WEAR. oir,‘ im th* moat arr LUM ma** bm, Witb. Perfect Fit, -a- AMD -a- Figures that will Please All. At H. C. CK Moritz. Crashed late a It end-Car. L»U lev ill*. Nov. 14-Ne ir Milter .burg Ky., at tik) Thursday muruiog, a peaeeu* gar trnia ran toto a haod-car on which were five track repairer*. James Fuilry Ids tautly killed, John Gerrady had hie leg* cut off, aud th* other three re-o ired injuries that may terminate fits! ly- Th# fog wa* so de use that the rug, ii-err did not ae* the hand-car until it wi too late Des lei Side*, Applet*!, Deed. New YOM, Nov. 14 -Dante; Hiduey Ap-pinon, the well known mea brr ut the publishing hone* of D. Appletoo 4k Co. ..>.i ii  _’’ J ulius H. Raible Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. dud .bowly iwfore lo o'eiuck Thursday morning at hi* home, I University piao*. nl/iy he wa* stricken with Having removed toy Lusioeva to my mw building between Pus* and Belle Street. I ebati devote lo th* my N«. ll* FMrtk, •■Un atteutioo lait Sunday ■trickaa with apo-plexy, aud he had be^n in a critical condition up to the tim* of his death. WHOLESALE SALES Brows, of tit. Ignace, tied for th* office of County prober ut i ag attorney at the reoeut alec (iou. Toe law provides that in such •bali be drawn. Riggs woo la br lots th* draw sud to now attorney-elect Virtue pf his good look. •HK MOAT PKRFgCT tJOOk RTO VK BAIK* W A KUA \ IEI* rug FIVE MA OIL rug IKA**. H. A. H0FFM ANN, IOO sod IO! fi. BKOOND IT The Mew Hampshire Bieettow. Co SO ad, N. RL, Nov. IV-A apodal • of tho New Hampshire riels relenta shows that Hiram A. Tauts, K*p Mtolvm 4J.4W; CI,arle. H. Amedeo, Deu..,‘ t,i»B Prih UtVofi, Lam, gtviag Tattle a plurality of IOO. Mo re:urn* fv«,, n Want »_ortfe wars received, bai into % ill not toAMge th* re*u t tan vote* a . u«r way A ii aj-.ritv to required to alee , so th* lee-« slur* wit! have to be the final arbiter •a the matter lh# **uat* will .(and f uur l tem He pub) ic,, a* aud ten Democrat*. Fir# et Mf rase*a, M. V. Si bac i *k. N. Y., Nov. 14-Fire in the Dtilay a block ta Mouth Ballas street did about nu,(WU dameer Th* •ufferera ar* A. trail to Co., furniture, carpets, ate; Frank Dial, stoves md hardware;#. W. Wool worth to Co. notice*. ’l*hi* Ago re iogiude* shout 140,000 to tbs ston-s that •re owned by Daniel aud » moo It..#, n tdoout. The insurance cove* (he lues. Cai I lei»« *■ th* (tall. LxtMPox, Nov. 14—At aa early hour Thursday ic urn log a I rat a cm the Loadoa sad N orth wrester u roll way, which w as •toweled with working people g,i„g to their daily labor, ooliided with a good* train lo th* tunnel at Chalk Farm A brakeman was hilled aud several of th* passengers were severely in jure. I. Of all kimig jf Wines and Liquors, where oil DEALERS will Am R lo lUeir I ii tores t lo I'm chase tlivir Supplies at Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Largest and ever brought to line merit Ketul.li.-hid. Most Select Stock oI Fine WINES and LIQUORS Cl tv—on Hand.—and a ooaipleu Bottliog Depart- AepUysletad by Use. Wabmi.nolox Cltr. Nov. Ii—August lleee. sn elderly German, wa* found do*d Iii hi* room at a hotel hare Wodnciay He bad been asphyxiated by g** H s went oe a epree last .Monday aud went ta drunken bed in a light the ga* after he had tor Stupor, forgetting bed it oo. Gail and Examine, Jnjjijs ii flail,ip 116 fourth, bet. iuiiub n. ndlUie, Be || eand p jasasfs FALL GOODS! lh* ewth Dab eta legtelataiw. I ll ui.K, 8. a, Nov. 14-From i fully compiled table on th* teeialei*** n .a tvhtei tibet huck hmm aSSloS^J A ass.e'j* Fir. •( de. xvi. Cl hciN AATI, Nov. 14—Al 2 o’clock I'huraday morning fire was dUooverm! ta the four-atory building VMI aud IM East Seoood street, lbs butling to occupied by the Buck-ye Braes sad Bell foundry, Veil Du ken to Tift, being proprie’ore. ll was almost gutted. euteUiog a lose of 110    a2 , ee^ ttU<|toa    «« u si red foe IMkQdQ    «.    , 1h*u bid Tragedy at Or saga, M. J. New You* Nev. 14-R .ten Kerr, aged SA abet and fatally .roundel Aire! Knoble, aged to), beeau-e h*Fa»ed to merry him. He theu put the put el to hi# head aud blaw oat hie br# I us Th* -eoujeu I* IJ lug st the Memorial bo# pl tai ta* dying condition. A Fab ere ta torsi# sad Fleer. *V* T !? ALl MOV. 14—J. a ueudroo whole.#ie grain .ml Boer merchant of Uabtdtts. ova* I a koth ait uar atf CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ChSSIMERES, •H ST BBCBIVKD POI Fall wk ab. A Leo A fib* LAMS OF Cloth for Overcoat* KOM /ALI AXU WU ■ _   KOM /ALL A MU WifOB borckmann. ■' Hi

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