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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON VOLUME ffBIDAY NOVEMBER He Will Be ReElected to the ben A TALK WITH CHAIRMAN PAPETBBIB BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY Piit up in large white 10 sheets of our beit with 10 envelopes to Only 10c per En Also ft Jffi IflfOne quire containing Hi Sheets of Paper and 24 Only 25c per JW These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following lar shades IRISH ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large qimntity purchased of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced 15 to 25 per these Goods a trial and you will find that they ars less in price than you have been consistent with 101 and 103 Third IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO S DRUG STORE lie Claims That the KMUM Senator it no Popular M He Wiu and Has No Doubt That He Will tutnroed Grants Kleatlon Some Lute Returns from the Kleetlan KANSAS the stories that are being published In vari ous sections assigning Ingalls to magazine writing iu New York city after MHroll 4 nest are the Veriest figments IB by Chairman of the Kan sas Republican state central who hut just returned from a two days conference with Ingallt at his says I have no doubt what ever that lugalls will ba reelected to tils present I were I so give the names of the men who will vote for and elect On the firtt ballot he will have seventyfive votes eight more will elect Eight out of the ten men elected to the legislature by the blliance are old The old Republican instinct wiil return to enough of them to return Ingallt to tlie Was Fairly There is no break in the party on the Wnatorial Ingalls was fairly nominated for United States sena tor as Humphrey was nominated for Nlnetythrjwe Republican county conventions instructed for All the congressional conventions in structed for The defeat of In gallsmeans the defeat of the Republican straight Republicans were elected to the Every one of thete was instructed for I believe the thirtynine Republicans in the senate are for with one or two There are a few Democrats for him and there are a few alliance men for him So that he will be elected the Orst day of the At Popular at I tell you that Ingnlls is as popular as he ever His meetings Ic the late the largest ever held in the During presidential years we did not have such large The demand for bis speeches was overwhelm ing and came from every partof the The hot winds and corn crop re sulted in what they call a but did you ever notice that the only two con gressmen elected were from the eastern part of the where the corn drop was fuirf Everything went for the alliance out where the cprn crop In ualls has much easier fight now than in when he had a faction of hit own party to The Republican party in Kansas Is shaking itself and it self la for POLITICAti NEWS the R liy from four to SHVOII on YbfttcMiiiM eormUKrabte to who ana wssor in the United States sunatu may be Some claim that Congressman Pick ler would draw enough independent bat D nearly all think tbiH Bartlett Tripp or Ma dura will be the A SENSATIONAL A Han Who HM lieait In Jail Two Awaiting of Was here this wtek looking up a casein wbloh he was White fmrsnlng his inVestl gallons be made a sauiuilOnHl discovery the Lewis county In that prison IsJJohn In 1868 he was urrested for the munlerof a family named He was tried In the state court but the case taken to the U fitted States court on the ground that tlje state laws did not allow colored wit nesses to testify against In the United court Blyen was convicted and sentence 1 to hang The appealed tlie case to the United Spates supreme After a delay of three years that court remanded the case U the state There it somehow became 5 Grown Gray and Year after year has gone by without Witnesses have died or moved Blyena family bundled and lie has grown gray iu Jail awaiting He was poor and without frlendsOinU Ma case was forgotten even In many persons not even knowing he is in He baa become more or less daft oyer his long imprisonment and takes no interest in anything outside the Tjfaebloody ax with which the murder is kept In the Jail and that all left outside the written testimony tnkeu at the trial on which to try the An effort will be made to try Blyen at the next term of i Southern Pacific Tralh Goes Through a MANY PEOPLE KILLED AND Un j the Italian JNBW fuct that Gio vanni the Italian who is trying to fast fortyfive days in this teemed be growing stronger as his fast pro ceeded puzzled the doctors who saw him The record he made by grip ping the little oval of steel that registered the muscular force of his hand was fifty four kilos more than it has been for sev eral Succi drank a little of his mysterious new uniritive elixir Thurs W in He drank altogether twentyfour ounces of up He Is beginning to show the ef fects of abstinence from food In the sink ing away of his aud iu ITS NO our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to MD you Something New as often aa yon call in or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or I3XT JELTJOrS Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Finest In House Tbe t our HOWELL Talk with a Mutual BoneBt Buolatlon Owing to the peculiar division polltloally of thecom Ing legislature of the state of JUltiiolv the attitude of the three Farmers Mutual Benefit association members upon the election of a United States senator U a question of much James Cockrell of this being one of the three farmers who are said to hold the balance of was asked if he would vote for Farwell or Palmer for United States My man for said mutt stand on the alliance platform with both Will you be a candidate for speaker in the next Owirgto circumstance over which I have no control st the pwtetit time I will not be a candidate for not untU after I get my corn any He Used the WASHINGTON Represen tative of who tbe only Democrat in his seat when the Be publicans the photograph of the house of representatives during the LauBstonVetiuble it lii It to lutereatlbg that OfFerrall used those photographs in his S with great at illuttrating how Daoipqruts fought to umeaHug of one ofthelr The photographs Wiev sial districts to show the Democratic pol icy of but OFerraU is the only man who bad the ctfurage to use them as an argument on the other Mayor Bloetlou NKW expense ao wunt of Mayor and Mayorelect Hugh during the recent campaign wot Bledin the county clerks It put h s expanses Mayor Grist Oled a stacement at folio Georae H De beadquaetars at Uulon Square George De aS livery and petty James expenset at I She iluiiiud Him PORT worked for Buntaburt a a domestic in Germany ten years After tjvo years work be owed Bertha f but departed for America without paying hwv Miss Koling came over and sued him fr the moneyand and gar nlsheed his bank accjint of Wednesday a Jury decided that Miss Koling ought to baVd that for which she bad over miles and waltodTelgbt years and gave her a verdict for the money With interest and costs and Buntaburt will have to as she has his bank account tied Express Company and Lottery Act board of managers ot the Adams Express com first meeting Wednesday of the antilottery The board were unanimously of the opin Ipn that the of the law were niorally as obligatory upon the company as they were legally binding upon the postal board adopted resolutions Baking the regulations which have been Issued by the postpffloe de partment to Jts applicable to the employes of the Eapresg Denet on 8mokelesa j hit of the ordnance says that during the past year extensive experiments hove been made abroad with smokeless powders although astonishing results have been it can not yet be flald that these new explosives will su persede the present service powder In tjbls country the tests nave been nnsatls He that the Springfield rifle is out of aud that should be re pjuced by nn efficient magazine The North River Bank w tolVolook Thursday afmrubon the state bank exam iner had not prepared bit statement with rpaard to the condition of the North liiver At the It learned that one a large con was debtor to the bank to the ex tent of alto that there were six ar tevuu other alto contract who were also to the bank lor large Tbe for the security of the loans are said to be claims against the Tho Plromiui and Two known Men Klilrd Outright ami N Jill of the 100 Some of Whom Win Probably fttie Oocur Ht Might About Five from south bound went through the trestle over Lake Lablsb near Salem at 8 oclock Wednesday the trestle gave way when the engine run onto it and the trestle and all went down the engine bejng over turned and half buried Iu the Fol lowing the engine came the baggage and express smoking car and tourist all of which were The the Tim and on unknown mail were killed and a number of people lirnken Into The firstclass day coach was saved from going over by alighllua with the front end on an old tree broken off about even The seats In the car were every one broken to splinters and tllv partitions in the car were broken into kindling Then followed the smoker the seats in which were nearly nil Next was the tourist Which wore some twenty five or thirty Of this number only three Next was the Pullman car with seventeen ouly three without Tlie next and last cur was the Pullman in which were fifteen passen gers only four of thesu escaped witb slight Iu tlie smoker and day coach every seat The express and baggage cars The total number of deaths from tbe uc ctdent will probabiy reach as high ax many have siiHtulned what it is feared jvlil prove serious internal The body of a tramp was tnken out of the miikiig four iifw i Arrival of the Fires were built along the side of the to keep the wounded warm who had removed from the wreck to the way of the who hud biistened to tha rescue from this city and Laid out on theground the mangled corpnes recovered from the and reclining oil improvised buds about tlie fires were uiri wounded while standing lending what assistiince tbiy were those lesi seriously and around those and every where were the crowds who had COUIB to help or from In the couches on the trestlework were the same every availably cushion being occupied by sotno nnfortnuate one more or less As soon as the doc tors from Salem about fifteen mlnulM after 11 oclock they set about dressing wounds and administering to the needs of the List of the Injured The following are among the Injured Jack the poet bruised Samuel New York city side and bock sprained Beer ley and May and Nellie Wilson North In jured about throat Ells back sprained Fred Internal Injuries Hammel and both in jured about the were return tug from a trip around the world Neenah back traveler for the Val Blatz Brew ing J Pleasant painfully injured about throat James Mo United States gait Lake nose leg probably broken and badly Injured feared be will The train carried over 103 per nearly all of whom more or less Due Uull NEW base ball war is practically The new organi sation has died a natural The New Brooklyn and Plttsburg clubs have agreed upon terms and itud the Cblrago club has offered to sellout This leaves the Philadelphia anoV Cleveland cluba in the It Is barely possible that these oluba win continue ntxt season in another but this rests entirely with the old es 1 T The Famous Gillispie Soft COAJL de livered at five minutes i notice in any ol the Burns to a Clear jGray n or Best Soft Coal iri HARP In all Delivered at Lowest Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 THE OMAHA FOB BURNING COKE OR Combined Coal HAS IVBHY rr ONLJ and Wood Cooking IHlR iw uoa Sluiplicltyiaud Stovt PIT FALL BUTTS I AM NOW EEAUY TO FUBN1SH KTKKY MAN IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT j OF MADE I8KLROTBD ESPECIALLY FOB 3 IN THE M08T STYLISH i p ge TUB FINK8T Radiant TKK mcSTIJAUO OOAL BA8B Will Him f education a who wot elected judge of the Twentyfourth Judicial dUtrlot by the farmers having been found to be not quite up to the standard of district It bat been decided by bo alliance w put tilin through a course of Jeoturet In be law school of the Uniyertlty of tan at Ann Arbor that be may adorn the portion 10 which be has been He will assume the Judicial robes Wand therefore bjw tlxty dajt in which to prepare The Mew special wuvoMiof the New Hampshire turns tbowt that Hiram Clmrles giving Pluwjlty of No ffom Weu wore but iifc v in not ihsHge the result too votes A majority required to to the wiil have to be the final tt the iate win Stan Fired the Ilrothorhood DBS Union Telegraph iwuipdny hat ejUeharglng the brotherhood operators In this Wednenday Brandenburg rilgbt and a one of the Might were These two were the best men on the force aud are dismissed tolely on account of their sup poted connection with the Wnn the Journals Alauist tpeolal of and of tlod for the office of qpuutjr prosecuting attorney at the recent The law provldet tbat In IOJB tlmll be Blggt won la by In the bloek in Bouth Suilna The outu JDakom UU evil a at i oclock fnuwday inornlug lire wtui aisoovermJ In the fourytpry building Itti and lot Batt Secwna bulling occupied by the Buckeye Bratt and foundr UJ Into a at TbuMay a ger train ran into a bandcar on which were flve track James Fluley was inttantly John Gurrady uad hit iegt cut and the other three re ceived that may terminate fiital Tbe fox was so douae that the eer did not tee the handcar until it was too Biduejr Appletou NEW Daniel Sidney Ap the well known member of the publishing hpute of Appletoo Co died before 10 oclock Thursday taorniiig at hit 9 Uuiyertity Sunday he ttricken with upo and he had been In a critical condi tion up to the time of bit Collliluii on the an early hour Thursday morning a train on the London Noithwetteru which was crowded with working people gulng to tholr daily collided with a uoodt rain lu the tunnol at Chalk Farm A brukemun wot killed and several of the patneugert were tevaraly At ANt that will Please FAIL Raible Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my husinees to my new buildmit between Piasa and Bollo l eliall devote mv to the J entire ntteu WHOLESALE SALES WASHINOTON AO oldurly woa found doad hit royin at a liotel here Wednesday He bait been atpbyxlated by He went on a tnree Monday and went tp bed in a drunken to turned It on The ever juent Strictly Wholesale uLB7eI 5 Julius lie Belle and Piasa n MX mitllpu ilgbt the gat after be had I Douulo at RBxilHrt Nbot ana family ttged bvonuoe tK to umrry than iiut the uilol to lead wild Thu wowaa lying at the Memorial hotpltal ng A FttUum in wid and FALlTGOODSi   

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