Alton Daily Telegraph, April 2, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

April 02, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois vollm k ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, A PHIL 2, 1800. NO. 247 me SIMES ABE ON The Ball Opened by the Plumbers of Chicago. ARCHBISHOP HEISS BURIED. NEARLY ONE THOUSAND MEN IDLE. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTO]NT, ILL. nu. SNOB announces that he has Mtabltehed In a building purchased for the y    purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases oui be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* vim* at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers ai intervals of several hours or dare. Tbs position of the SANITA RillM is high, and the surrounding are free Bom a1) noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse ears, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all it* forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., arc provided ae may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARUE (SOLARIUM for Hun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. Now Coen FOR THE RECEPTION OP PATIENTS. For further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer ol George and Third its., Alton, III. Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria. THE CELEBRATED HAS— NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT. Price: SI and $1.25. EVERY LADY SHOVER HAVE ONE. NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN ll Milliner^, Boots ail Shoes. Bats and Caps. EXCEEDED BY None in Quality and Price. 1.1. IOMI — AT THE Globe. Alton. Call and See Us. About AII the Shop* in th* City AStrtH by tbn Strife*—Th# Men Want IS.TS Per liny for Good unit Hod Workmen Alike War A I.,,.i 14 tho Knights of Lr bor ot St. Louin -Ihuh of th* Trouble— How tort Bricklay.-rn. Ch ic AOD, April a-True to their resolution* adopted at Monday night's moating, tho journeymen plumier-, struck Tu aday morning, and it is sud that thor** ar** nearly 1,0)10 men out. Plumbers have teen getting. 10.15 for second-Wans mon and $8 AO for tlrat-clas* men, but th * m<**i say that ail of th** master plumbers in Chicago combined Un vt* but thirty-ilvs MSB who are making Ii- ti* a tiny, while acme men, til ty say, are impelled to work for a*, little as Ii What the Men Waul. It has bern announced that the men wanted uniform wages of $3 75 for good and had workmen alike, and that . in y wanted a U.ilf-hohdsy Katurday. The * Ie rn and was £3.76 as the minimum wage*, and, if the Saturday balf-tioli day is grant ti, a daduo-tion of half a day from the week's pay. Nearly every shop in the city is affected by the strike, all the men employed by the Master Plumbers' association leaving th lr work Tuesday morning The hoes-** will call a meeting at once to discus* the situation. Ttie striking plum tiers held a meeting rut#.lay morning at their headquarters, M La Sal lo st re?, They are enthusiast Ic and Nmrtd *nt of winning. TROUBLE AT ST. LOUI8. sad Jackson Corset And Waist Combined. man w pie* brot distant a In lesion*!** Ital ween lh* Ksfllih tfefwss Knight* of Labor. Hr. Lur*. Mo., April ti—War hut broken >ut afresh among the knights of Labor, and Us* upshot of th* film is that district as-l oilily No. 191. including all the German I** mb i s in the city, has returned its char-t r to tile Pow ;*r|y headquarters la Phila-Mpfcin, and lid * action hu l***u followed by h * nut it proc*** ling oil the |*art of th* •I* local H**.*mhiu*a which cm ti lute that Astrict, lh** charter has not only been re* turn**! to th** national h eudqoarterx, hut to I clition t*> tins r< solution* were adopt** I de* •tar,ny that the lirewery workmen were 1 ired of the inirtKites in the orgamsatlotia, and ha*! dec! led to trave it and maintain an indepth lent aaa » i itiou Th * trouble grow* out of old jwlomfes hrtw«M*n the English sod German ass* in Wile*. New V orb In Iou Bricklayer*. New York, April ti—The bricklayara have enter,*] Into a contract with the firma Nn}4oYinr' urn*in men for another year’s work under tin* nine lour clau-s. Many of the men desired an eight bour soh*duie but a compromise was effected no an advance of 5 cent* un hour. This makes a dally rata of f4.06 for th* succeeding year. A CIRCUS BOAT WRECKED. The Passenger# ( sniped na a Aawduat Monad with th* Wild Beasts. Cairo, Ills., April ti—A detailed report of the ar* eking of tho cir u* steamer City of HL Paul at Island No. 8, twenty milos below here, by Thursday evening's tornado has just b**n r** wived The craw and the wild I teas I- saved from th* wreck ara in dis tram ‘buy the stern of the boat la visible, aud ti rest* on the hank. The ca (an was carrus 1 away by th* storm, and a cag* of tigers and several 1 rained dogs were leat. The rest of the* animals and circus |tara|>h*rnalia tears nvd. bu 1 1 >*'Haled by Miles et Water. Th** ci .1, constating of twenty-three people, six of w nom are women, ar* encamped on a m adust mound about a quarter of an acre In dimensions, which is the arty spot above th* ft od line in sight for mitts around. The women ars in I small hut. but (be men have titan without shelter foe 1 brae days and Bights In rain and cold. They have run short of tarot want, and the wild boasts have become ravenously hungry. The boat and circus are owned by George Edwards, and ware bound fur St. Paul. ( He bret tug HUmarek's Birthday. Heki.iv. Ap* ii ti—Ail Germany is celebre ting Prim** Uwmarckh birthday. There has never ti-cn such a demonstration at any or av ions anniversary. The feet! tit.*# at Kruwlrk-bsruhe i**g»n with rn lorchligbt procession Moo nay night aud continua*! Tues-<lay. Bund re t* of depuUtmu* and soci ties are arriving by rail end trooping to tbs castle Upward of 2,(JOO tangrams of con-gratulatk ti from all parte of the world have been receive I. Prince Hismarok will r* main at Friekrtciwiabe until May I, when he will go to B *dvtt. tried of Hts I nj or Irs. Chi*'so* 1, April ti —Louis Melxold, Mia .Math victim of lite sugar refinery explosion, died at the county hospital Tues*lay morn* mg after sulf ring the rn**! intense pain. lie whs taken to th* hospital after being dug out of the ruins aw lh* night of the disaster Hts head and body lied **» n terribly hurtled and bis iutoMteai Injuria were of .urb a nature that bls rn*.very «*.u d hardly I* bop**l for. Ha lived at int lh Move# stfvwA    __ A Moi*unsent Ie Bismarck. IfgHiJN, April ti—The psvsndent of the nlciotag. ii* rf Von I a. vet sow, as tis* chairman < f a • omn Alae made up of prominent (Old nf.u ital Germans, without regard to politico prod I t,(MSS. has f«*»mutated an address to ti* «• t otals |*ropte inviting them t,,-ii* wr »*•• f< r th* erection of s national mot*urn tit 'n Herbu to Prince Bismarck. The tai r will bs ask*I to patronise the enterprise. „  _ ('ear and Lmperwr Ie Meet. Colob-vk. April ti—The Ga stile bas a st petersburg dispatch winch says that an arrangement bean made for rn meet mg uc. w *-n th** German emperor and the czar dun, * tie* •'•ming * ammer Th. az ne- paper atop -ays Bn* trie Hissian army inanusuvTsa ai Marti*    eighteen at- *« * stk***! at Hi jVteftdrtirg. will hr attetnteti by the Emp**n r W tiiiatn. Oar Mea lite*a to I n **.*. PuiLAPKi.riiu Apr!! ti — An cxpioeion occurred et tbs m Anilic cap wo# he at B th-ayres, un th * i ■< *u od Brook re1 trued Oua killed, his izsly t --ii*g 1 h.wn to ll 1 HUIT** wont die .on. and glass i*.; •- — •Af n-r*- a, f *r miles , th* • »•> * Gn* expkntb ti Pout I ft*'lit I Requiem Mass Celebrated by Cardinal Gibbon*. Mu.** ackee, Win, April ti—The obaa-juies of lite late Archbishop Michael Hem# if the diocese to La Cross**, too . place at BL Johns’ cathedral, where the remains have been lying In state linos .Saturday. Admi* don to the edifice was by ticket, but every portion of the sacred structure was crowded. Inside the chancel, clad in full vestments, arere Arch bishop Ireton I att St Paul, and Archbishop Feehan, of Chicago; Bishops -fcwrdetti, northern Minnesota; Marty, Atemx Falls. I)ak ; McOolrich, Duluth; Cotter, Winona; Spaulding, Peoria; Hen •M*eey, Dubuque; Jann»*u, Belleville; Foley, Detroit; Richter, Grand Rapids; Kiter, dread Bay, Wk; Vertiu, Marquette; Fiaach, La Cram#; and Ryan, Alton, UL Over 200 priests were also pres int. The Ceremonies. The funeral ceremonio* w. re of the u aal imposing nature. Car final Gild*ms celebrate*] the pontifical r qtiiem mass, Bu*h*.p Heinie**)-, at Dubuque, preached a sermon in English, and Bis top Katsnr, of Green Bay. one in German. At the concio-Ion of the exersism the casket was conveyed lr* NL Francis seminary. Here it was watched all night by tie* Mu lento of the institution, and the final interment took plaid next *tay In the vault beneath the chap ii of Hi. Franck I bikie the remains of Rev. Dr. Haltman, bk I life long friend. This was the last expressed wish of the deceased prelate. Th* prneee-don was the longest in the history of the j date.    ____ OUR LIBERTY IN PERIL. The Krona* Woman on lledloe's Island Likely to Take a Ita’h. NBW YOHE, April 8 —It k reported that lledloe's kinnd k slowly sinking into the waters of New York hay. A suspicion that web was the case has exist**! in th* minds »f those conversant with tbs locality for UM paat year. An examination by a few practical engineers during the past few days Corinna this belief, and leave* no doubt, it k mid, that the statue of Liborty k eight feet lower than when erected. Radius's Gland k « rock and was supposed to be aa enduring ta the world itself and wool I ba, war* it not for the fact that it k the extreme of aa enormous shelf underneath which k a bed bf quicksand which eaten Is across this section east and went. Cmm of the Possible IHswater. The Central railroad of New Jersey crosses It at (nm, and it bas ham tbs os use of su immense nmomit of trouble an i work to that corporation to keep its track above ground It k thought that the (tart of the shelf rook wfetch forma th* island be* broken off, and th** rock foundation of th. statu > is slowly but Burely sinking out of sight into the watole of New York bey. Of oouras the . cause of the breaking of I Im rock shelf k not ! hard to toll; that calamity was undoubtedly eau****i by the immense weight of the I stone pedestal on which the statue k placed. DROVE INTO THE TORRENT. An Obstinate Farmer Loses Hts Own and Two (Blier Lives, MILFORD, Ilk, April ti—Grant Adati, bk wife, bk tiyaar-oUi child, ani a young daughter of Elmore Thomas attempted to drum Sugar (reek ford, four mite* northwest of here, and three of the party were drowned, Mrs. Adati being th* only on* left to relate the sad story. Tbs stream was ragtag and the wife protested In vain against attempting to clum The wagon bed was lifted and bunts down-straam. Adati threw aff his heavy clothing and plunged Int*, the water, trying repeatedly to push the floating box to the shore. The Little Babe does Ile wa. After daaparata efforts ba succumbed and •auk. Miss Thomas was thrown out and ako drowned, Mrs. Adati clung to the wagon bed after her babe was drowned fan hire ber eyes, and afterward managed to grmqi the willows which overhung the sir***ni and drag bi real/ aabore. H subbing parttsv have been *1 pion ny the Creal, but no bodies have Item recovered. A CATHOLIC CONVENT BURNED. A Number et th# Inmates Barely Kaeape with Their Lives. MtAWAi KXX, Aprti ti—Fbi torahs out in th* evening abiut Ii oklock in HL Jismpb’s Catholic convent on Greenfield avenue, and the entire budding an I its contents were Burned, the seventy-llva occupants of the building Iwrely escaping with their Uvea, and having no tim# to aava any of their be * longings. Mister Blanker, who was on the fourth Bour, finding ascape cut off J loped from a window, breaking her left leg aud *11 tow riba Hie* can not live Two young candidate*, Rose Mine! aud Mary Weimar, jumped from the Mud-aiery windows and were acrioudy injured Two firemen war* ako injured by th* falling walk, Ult not mriously. AU th* other mutates sucosedsd in getting • ut safely undsr the guidance of th*- A*tor- who prevented many young gtrk from dinging 1 bemeet vee from the windows In Distr fright. The kite k fro,MI), un which there k aa insurance of only #Jf* UUU An lee*Mattery Mammae's Attempt. Fbbdkju* h, Md., April ti—George W. Tobias, aa Insane patient, attempted to burn tho M‘>otovu* hospital surly Munday mom-I lag. He scrap si the plastering off the pap* titbit) wall ta his room, pulled out several lathe, and broke them Into kindling wood. Forcing the door he wl»» I e lantern hangtag to the bs]I, and with it ignite] th# kindling. The amoks soon filled the corridors, and when th* watchmen hurried to the burning mom they found Tutees dan*aug ' about the fire hi hut lire task He grappled with Ute watchmen, hut was soon overcome. ; They succeeded in extinguishing the flrx.wl la the excitement the cruay man swap*I. A Bad State of Affairs at the Laconia Circle. HOUSER AND STOCK SWEPT AWAY. Mrs Marsh Whorl ridge I Gal IBPI A* kl “LDL Ap**! ti—Mrs Mardi E. Hbortridge, secretary of Lh* <Yr.titan women's board of mi * im*, die i at ber road-denci* In this civy et 4 Ai u'naaok in Ute iworu-ing. Th# Turbulent Hew Agata. Lot'isviMJI, My., April ti—A Hungarian walking on the railroad track at the Fort HUI cobs works, Baar Dickerson Kuo, ww struck * by a train and instantly kill ad Revers! of his com nae ton*, aagared at hb death, attacked th* trainmen with SUnww. HUMM interfered and nverted n bloody fight The riotous Huns were ap rested ami taken to jell. Thieks me Jesuits Are Safe Mew. MftihKitoi, Iowa, April ti —Father Kjrwuerh, pastor at BL John's (xUwdrtl, and head of the Jesuit school nee**, hee announced hie tnteuUon at returning to Germany. He thinks tee retirement of Ute mar ck will be followed by a change in the annu le of the imp-rial government toward the JoMiii* In Ute old country. ft aet* Ie Bell e Penitentiary• Coll WM a, ti, A|*rtl ti - A reauiutw-* baa bea u off*red to the Oho house of represeuln-tiv*« to r< (|u* ti th*- (.>1001 ougr*^sa#eo to urge th* •;< i.rrni gov. rsiwui to pur- he** the In-terua**lwte |» i> 1 out 1 >i * now m course of roistiructkm at MkBtiMi. and to cun vert M Into a na lienal prison. The Baler en sn Average of Fight Pert In (ha Ct role--The Calamity Happened Tarp (hiddenly and People Mad Ne TI Mi e to Rave Any of Their F.fferts—The List of Dead at Loakvilie Now Plowed at Ninety-Three. Bf. Louie, April ti—Information from what k known w Mtik* Laconia Circle," a tract of country between Helena and Arkansas City, which k practically surrounded by the Mississippi and White rivers, k to the affect that the people there are in a deplorable condition. The water jx.ured uv«*r the levee un all aldea, and in tim** hours the circle was filled even with tho surface of the rivers, the water averaging eight feet deep. TWtr hoiisrs, stock and everything eke they awned was In the water aud in some caw* •wept away before they realised what had happened. Arrival of n Relief Boat. The ritlwna of Helena sent the steamer Houston Coombs down there last Thursday, as a relief boat, to aid th.* people. A correspondent on board writes that when the •teamer air!red at the circle a number of houses were found to have hron blown off thai) blocks, or stilts, and others were badly cart* nil over into the water. People had been living In the lofts, and when them mm*nod they could only escape by knocking hotel in the roofs. Several people were blnwn into the water and swam to tm**. where they remained all of last Thursday night, and a number of cattie were blown from the I awee* and drowned. On Friday men went over the whole cirri 1 in skiffs and teat: afer red people from their roofs to Ute gia bouses, which ara geaerelly large and tut»Uattal bull tings. Mawy Planter* Kulaed. All those bouse* are now packed with people, ti 41 pere as being in some of them. Toe Coombs brought out Lid people and ISO bead of stoat, and took them to Helena. Wti. n the ('(Nubs came out of th** circle, the steamer Titan with larges was going ta, arid It is thought thnt t’wy mn * 1 mg out all the r«m«iuing stock so t as many of the people as de ire to g**t awny. Many of the planters in the clr**.** ar*- utterly ruined, sal the rems miter have no seed to plant ev« ti should th# water subside in tim* to ;sit in a crop. The suffering ties ls*eu aud will be grant, and aid of ail kind* wi I be neoea*rv to carry the people through their sfilkUon. VICTIMS OF THE CYCLONE. Tile Tula! Number of killed at Louisville Pieced al Niwely-Tlirce. LoumviLUL April ti—Th* total numU-r killed here by tbs tornado of Thursday Bight is ninety-three. It t- feared that R R Barton, of Plttal-urg, Is dead in the ruins H>* far alout IAU badly wounded [arsons bav* tues found. Hrv« rat of ih«e*t who were worst hurt ar* at the boeotia!* In a dying condition Frill D lp I* am >ti< those known to have brot ktlh*'. W r lister « .Manti V lr limo. Th* total of the killed in Wetwter county ie forty, and of wounded righty. \ relief our;ws bas gone out from H.nderson. A OI et I foo iv! near Henderson eoBtained |tapsr<* which showed that M tm I Ueu blo zn from Pwiucah, IO) loo*a* away. A e ack mat* bere for Ifidti, la favor of a LoutsvUW* lo banco firm, was lound in a yard twelve mite* outside of CitictnuaU. Building Lots for Sale. Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - : - $450 Ninth and Market, 50x100, - • \ - - $350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st*, bet, Fifth dc Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higliland Paris.. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton, Over IOO Houhch and Lots in different parts of tho city. Call and see list. Ort & Main, I Bi street A.    J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOT KS, RUGS, Ac. OIL Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Than in nnv other home in Alton. In uooMNjuence of th* (•HEA I EXTENT cf our SALES we are enacted ta do Buxine** on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it I* a recognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. WHENEVER AND W KREYER YOU SEE THIS OVER TOO DUDS AKO IU til MOB SIO OO IO $75 tm Msu>*« AU tux ms IGW-Sm ht ..««/ JmwiMa* Vetoed lh* Hallam Ballot UHL Albxky, If. Y., April ti--Governor Hill baa sent to th* legislature rn massa f vetoing tbs •o-caUwl KUxluii IsUiot reform l*UL lls auld the hill ro*tain»l the mum pro-vtatoos which he bed far th.* past two year* das tared to bv um*. .out I tot binal. He wk* jested to tbs each;moody official ballot I*-canes th* prevteloua for it unrt-a*ou*bly butter and Imped** tbs ax cr Has of the eh cliv* fnutobtas aud diacruuiiUkte against the individual elector aud iiit|<uww uj on bim a bs lot Bot anthol tz»*d or tv ut em Dialed by tbs carotidution. The pruvkkaw for aa 1 a* elnsivsiy 1 tile tai ballot [invent an (LIU rat. elector from voting a sane. ballot They alt olutaiy compel bim not un y to publicly conf**, bis Kilt. racy, I Kit ako to dkckKw tin-o.ntcnt* at bu lialloti to two election ofti- Llfs la West Virginia. HVBTlBUTUR,W,Ya, April ti -The bassly Brumfield-Ituuy*ki feud hi Llaou.u county, which baa 1 oat ax lives, k now Mug Knight That out hi th* courta Th* feud orlgiuated over th* ownership of a large amount of limb r. and John W. Runyou k now suing Altern j Bruuifiekl for IL Allen Brim ti Ii is th** man who was -bot. with bk wife. by hired aaa* sal rn* who sate! Runyon pail them. Both of BruuAetd's woukl-h* murder r* w**r lym bed. whlk Rnttyon bad to By the "nun try. Four other porous were ako kill**! during the outbreak Both Midas aru attending th** trial of th* en*** rn Lincoln county court fully armed, and a conflict la court ta not improbable. Get Notice to Galt. I’tTTHacMti. Pa., April ti —Up nnti- Monday evontng there was every promkw of a fracas at th* Allegheny t’lty puarufii.a John A. GiUaiand, the IG put team recently afrpelated pasrtmaster, bad expram ti hts determuutitou to take oflLw ai 18 o’clork Monday algid. John Kwaa. th • D rn --raiic inrun.twat. however, asw-rted thnt he told net lawn ofltetally relieved, aa bu c.»*ouitendon rand for lour year* ft* tu April h I**. Ha Arc lax ti that he would uofiui render pussaa-•ton until April ti* nan Al 5 <*’«.'ack, however, Mr. Hsu Tm'vi*•• t a t* 'sgr.ini from I'ut. t in a> tar General W.namaker giving bim “notlr* to quit,* and he yield -I [MMioeable posses a *mi   ___ I .oui11ton of the Lily •( Perla. (Jt XBxaTOWH, April 8.- The MCiiuoa at the engine room at the diaal*) ti steamship City of Furls have bee finally frawl of wit- A a amber of addit .ooal steam pumps were mt to work and tbr waler was eoUrcly [intoped out. The si. mnstop now appears to have tear u»ual draught rh* divan haw sucres tied In stsuintiung th* to-gree* of water. IJulte a large took was found hi th# bottom of Ute atom oar. Thu rifle isis at Ute Inman Un* steamship com puny have <toctda*i lo have th* dkablad few eel towed to Liverpool. The fslUu Karwaa Meet Ga. Wase 1 mill# tiff April ti—Th* c ca-luteal-hi r at la (bi aff d'* Iii** direct ti In-dias at* ole I wiUii 1 th iii iiiu t -ri o turf t>* am 'h ti in a*owrdwii‘V with U.» pc et lent'-* • r***l • *mti > 1 of Fib. .1 (ted, ad Mil1* and Bv at.vs ii d 00 t z# Orul * oatoti ara VMMVtti from thow tan ta by bi* lot of GctoOer next TRADE MARK UI*ON A STOVE OR RANGE YOU MAY BK CERTAIN It I* the VERY BEST article that can be had for the prioe aahed. A. L. FLOSS, Thin! st, 011|MLsiIe Belie, SEE OUR NICE LINE OF Granite W&uro MOST COMPLETE LINE IN TUE CITY. mm slits. I am now receiving a large ani varied alack #f Claik*, hi aE lie prevailing shades, for Spring Suite, which I am prepared to make up la tit* Most Fashionable Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. H. A. HOH MANN. No 100-102 Hast Keonnd nt./J uLk Au ICH re rim Cot k StOVf N Firebacks Wa rantcii lo Liifit Five Yea rn. “VU/C’A" if AAA” 0 ABOLINS 8 IWM 8. 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