Alton Daily Telegraph, April 10, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

April 10, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. \LTON. ILL.. THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL IO. IHiML NO. 254 Executions in the stone State. JUch Taylor, tho ut horn boing rn lf—ml. At the trial. Uenrg* Clark an i Each Taylor worn found guilty. George Clark wa* respited half a do#ra times, but was hanged Fab. *, last. CHARLES CARTER. Urn the last scenes on the scaffold. Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DK SNOB announce* that he ha* established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the MHT OML CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many yearn has convinced him that all diseases oao be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers al intervals of several hours or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse csn, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements Are as perfect as is possible from • knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, rn addition to such other treatment as may he deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hit dafly personal attention. IVow ODen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third its., Alton, III. Mer tie Si Best TWM Ont. THE CELEBRATED— Jackson And Waist Corset Combined. HAS— NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT. ITlcelSl and 51.25, EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE ONE. NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN Goods. Mag for Milliner^, Bools aid Shoes. Hats aid Caps. EXCEEDED BY None I. in Quality anil Price. a. loin William n*rth«l*int«, Who Murdered H ta I'm in iii..nr’, ll ti*li*n<l, («rih th* Wt»ui»n Mini OfiMMmU Th»t Sh* lf* Hanged—Alfred Andrew* flanged for lh* Murder of mu Innocent Gill—Ka*, cation of Another of the Murderer* of Wllli*ni Stet mmlMiiil. Ka.HTH*, Pa., April IO.—William Barth- ole me w we* hang Led here W mines lay morn Ong tor the murder ot Aaron W. Dullard. The drop tell st 10:34 o'clock. bartholomew walked quietly to the scaffold, but after reaching it became violent so I cursed his accuser* and his a coom; >1 ice, Mr*. Billiard, demanding that the latter be hung'*!. HG last words were —tit*. A few moments aft-r the drop fell Baribolemaw we* pr< nouuced J. ail, and tbs body was tented over to hts friend* Early in th* morning religious services were hell in Bartholomew ’• nail, but he refused to Join in them, declaring that be wa* Innocent of I the crime i barged to hi* account, His funeral will take place at Weaversvllia next Sunday. A l>e*p Laid Plot. Tile crime fen- which William Bartholemew wa* espoused was the cold-blooded murder of hi* fi tend. Aaron W. Hilliard,on Friday, 3<pt 5, 1*1*41, after having led his wife astray. The (reparations were made with coolness, Bartholomew making bold his pun* bi Mr*. Dullard. At first she would not listen to bim, tmt finally be persuaded her to play hor part In the terrible crime. On th* Wednesday night previous to the murder H or thulium* w went to Billiard « h rue while h** wa. absent, bartholeni*** son* Jack Billiard, the ifi-year-old son of his victim, on an cr fend and then he and Mr* B 'nard arranged the final detail* lh* Murder of Dullard. Bnrtholen*. or took Ddliard’* gun, which •too.I behind a door, ami removed Hie pin Wuk h strike- the cap hi th* -ar (ridge when the gun u fir od, thus making the gun ii» •• tem Bartholemew was to <‘ou>* alter mi I-night, and by disturbing the chick ti. make thorn them ca- kl* This wa* to he the mg ital for Mr*. I>iliurd to roil*** brr husband, tell him that some one was trying to rob th - bon roost, an I so vend him out to bt* J<ath. She was to give him bi* gun aud also a lantern. Sh* wa. to toll Urn to go toward a certain tree, which stood beside the road, h< > i ap the lantern and look dust if any cUrL-iu war*- up there. Bartholomew WM to he behind the tree, and he would tit ot bim. It is plan was carried out to the titter. Billiard was riddled with shot, and though hot killed outright, he die-1 before be could g-t into the bons*, toward which be ran after receiving the fatal wound. Went It ac It on Her Paramour. Hart h> dr mew hastened home, and next morning went to work as usual. When told of tike murder be evinced no surprise. Mr*. Dullard called for help, and sent ber son to roues the neighborhood. The neighbor* same, but nothing could he dona Investigation by detective* I-si to the arrest (rf the lb ardor-* ix Mrs. Billiard turned ntato’s evidence, and ber testimony, sri th that of other*, partly circumstantial, eau*-I the oonvicti n of Bartholomew and berrdf. Her I SMttence was comm»toted te tm pct* anneal for life. and she is now confined in the east-! ain penitentiary at Phi lade* phta ALFRED ANDREWS. B<- Diet on toe (.allow* fur She Murder el rn Young Girt. BnxxroRTK, Pa., April BL—Alfred Andrews wa* hanged bere Wednesday morning. It was just 10:45 when the march to tit* scaffold tx-gan The prisoner wa* a* oon I posed as it was possible for a man to bu, When on tis* scaffold he read th* IStn chapter of Humana and exhorted all present to i.-rank* their situ anil meet him in bravura Re then prayed and bid all good bye, altar which the Rev Mr. ii rn ck pronounced the beuudlcttora Andrew* neck was not broken by the fell, bot be lied from I strangulation. About 300 people witnessed the execution. Evervthing passed off very J well, and there were no mishaps of any J kind. Andrew*' Terrible Crime. Tho crime for which Alfred Andrews wm hanged wee the murder (rf Miss (Tara Price, I aged 10 years, ut unblemished ch-tractor, J the daughter of respectable and Well to-do 1 ..a r.-nt*. rmilling at Kart hunt, Center oouuty, on Nov. A I*** Three bunter* discuv.rwi th# body of th* young lady lying face downward in the pa bite highway, half a mil>- from ber hum*. She bed bren . •hot to death. Clara wa* returning home from visiting a neighbor family Andrew* I wa* seen following the girl until »h i lied euwe* a dense wood throng* wbt<-h the public r ad na AU of the evidence of | trial was cir umstantinL After convution J by the Jury Andrew* v.rtunterily cor.fessed hi* guilt, A story of the heroic bat futile ] struggle* af On** print, in .laten** of her j bon-<r. and the barbarous end rke»d.»h .aru- j atty of her aaxntiaat bas hem fully love! aped.    ...... ZACH TAYLOR- Ini pl I ceto<l In the Murder of a tit til by mock Keeler. Waist.rn mi, Pa. Apii- Bt- Z»ch T»J* . lur was huig I hereat ILIA o' dusk Veter ; lay rn •ramg He walked firm y np..u the scaffold, mil    brave to th- i»*t Ina apeedb be .aid he wa* tenanted - Vt never j M«r the man who wa* nmrdered, and that be WM geo g time to J-»u*. Aller rellgi--u* . gMteste Tayiof ti»«"kiwi tow own ankles. It,. iM.ie SM. k.*d ail present goodby*. W bro all * fi ready a’ H JA he (Mopped a white ban Ik reb*, f a* a .tgoal to spring the trap Th fnlt wa* three M, nod bi* nark * was broken. Mw body • <• noffteed aud Mken to hi* ti -me in Ms-ontown Fayette comd y TU* Murder af William Met sari sad. On Hatunisy, Bapt*oilier IO, MMI. Will-tora McCan*'and, a well-to-do stock dealer of 4lie.cn y (Tty, wa* murdered in (ten- J beriaud towiiahip, ttrrau county The murder us. ivcudariy atroekHte, mu i was eons nu' 'el in a mountain Mon*mah**5® river. M (. viiii I w *ti in ( ut 4W Killed a Man Iii a Quarrel Over a Disreputable Girl. Edxxsbcao, Pa., April Bt—Charles Garter, oolored, the murderer of John Matthews, wa* hanged in the county Jail at thia place, at IHM) o’clock Wednesday afternoon Carter met his death nalmly, walking to the Rcaffoid with firm tread. II* int Ie no speech, and his neck was broken by the fall. Carter's Crime. The murder for which Charles Carter wsa hanged wm comm tied In November, I1*#, in Johnstown, in the house of John H. Roberta, Colo rail. Roberts wm married to a white woman, and his residence wm a resort for dtaroputobie characters. Carter and his victim, Matthew*, became ii.fatu-ated with Emma Dunn, a white gift, who wm also a frequent visitor at the Roberts house. Carter and Matthews quarreled abote the girl Carter shot Matthews through the breast and -wcap ti. Carter wm : *ti Im q'lently arr sated in Harrisburg while trying to borrow money to get out (rf the state, He wm brought to B>ien*l»urg and since convicted. His friends have made every effort to secure a new trial or change of sentence. For several mouths Garter ha* Keen very attentive to the intimations (rf I his spiritual adviser. - MRS. CHASKA^ DIAMONDS. Sh# Charges That Her Cousin Hoe Stolen Them. RIOUX FALU. A D., April IO.—Charles Shaw, aged 1A arrived in this oily under the protecting wing of a deputy United Beatee marshal. Whew halls originally from Chicago, where be claims his parents live in affluence He My* he accepted the Invitation of his cousin, Mr*. Com Brite Fellow* Chaska, to visit her at her whiter quarters on the Cheyenne reservation, and becoming tired of it a we It ago left for hit home in Chicago. Soon after he hod gone Mr*, (luuka oilseed her diamonds, valued al several hundred dollar*. Hbaw wm ar-reetod, ami his cate will come before the I grand Jury. Mr*. Chaska is the reboot j teacher who married a full blooded Indian Rh# Iim bren mibparnaed. and will testify before the grand Jury. A GEORGIA ROMANCE. Married He Was —AT THE ravine near the _ Cautiand was die-few minute* after the without regaining eon- Globe. Alton. Call and See Us# HX-a revolver b^i.w toitiak, •J IC." wa- found I aside McCausland, Nod urea the ains wbi.-b ted to the arrest of John T. Os* aueutiy -mm »' a-    Taylor, (brr** fort, Frank Clark, Br . and Maggie Clark, kousm (rf George Clark. The grand Jary totted true Uh* against Owrge Clark and BLOOD ON Bt. nun, Gorman ■ Up* ' A Probability That a Duel Will Be Fought. CONGRESSMAN AND EDITOR AT OUTS. at 16 to Her Lover While, He Wa* Probably Dying. C*da*T"WA, Os, April IO.—A romantic •tory ie Just now encaging the attention af the people of fbi* may. Professor CL F. Toeauingee, a musician and newly acquired cit ton of Cedartown, was critically 111, and expressed a desire that Miss Eats Elliott, of Lincoln, Nab., be informed of bi* eon d It mn and of his earnest wish that she come to him at once, and that they be married b fore he died. Miss Esto set out without delay, and arrived In Cedartown, having made the trip aion - in twenty -four I hour*. She wa* met by friends of her lover and conducted to his rick oooch at the Clow bourn, where Rev. J. B. Robins married them. The bride is only IO, a brunette of rosy cheeks and death rig eyes Horrible Suicide el a Michigan Mea. Chelsea, Mich., April BX —Jacob Wureter, aged fib year*, committed suicide by cutting bis throat and abdomen with a re gar, then shooting himself near the heart, and finally taking Parte green. After catting himself, severing the windpipe, he put the rsaor bito a ti uuk, and after shooting be put the revolver under the bed. About two year* ago his wife committed suicide by sitting on the railroad track and being struck by the day express Minco then he ha* •bown symptoms of insanity, which rn thought to be the cause of the prsesnt trag- i ***F-    ______________ I ad or se ti by Termers. Mr Vnufoa, Ilia., April BX—The Farmer*' Mutual Benefit eau s tation brid a county convention in this city and indorsed Caph John P Mom for Kate senator and Joseph > CY mao for representative They nominated the follow mg county ticket: County Judge W. C. Blair; dark. Newton Bim masts; treasurer, Benjamin Brank, sheriff, John A Reed; imperii, ti od en I of srbools, tv b. Pm It] a Of tin-above ticket M«m, Blair an t PhilUpe are Republicans and th* rest are I* moo rat* Not So Very Casiuri. GOLL'Mats, O., Apr ll IO —The unusual tight of a woman horsewhipping a man on the street attracted a crowd rn Rpnng street, opposite the state prison. I he man wm L j O Patton, sn cfi’K-ial of the prism, and the woman hi* wife. He sought refug* in a Ste bls near by. Mr sought to follow him In, but be Closed the door hi such • manner ae to entrap her band, and thus bald bar a prte oner on the outride. Friend* (-ame to tb«-ir mutual rescue and induced them to arbitrate the crim    _ Carien-heed OII Mill ttnraad. QtLVVTof, Tex, AprU BX—The Texas (Hander I cotton seed oil mill and refinery burned Tuesday night, about a mite west of ibis city. It will petite a total lorn The mlh employed IU; banda Tbs vain* of building* and machinery and stock lest r oval wm I-til. J WU, fully covered by i» surana, meetly us northern and eastern con: tan tm __ CWwte*' tea Committed deletes. Ralimn, N (’, A|»r.I IO.—At the Horner military academy at Oxford, owlet Arthur VT ( owtea, aged .ti, son of Congressman Cowles, cva.n.dtei suicide by shooting him mil. The young mas hod been in pour health few some time, and wm dtepom l to be melancholy A Ladle*' Bigbt-Oered Team. Lox nog April IO —A popular monument ie on to *’ with good pr apert# of success to mak- up a ladies’ sigh I-oared teem lo rags over tti uni* cr-tty courm. There Is a considerate purse and the en trim ars opaa to ail girts UU KW tbs age Of JU, Irrespective of rank    ________ national AM ie Kdeenrien. Nev Yon*. April BX—Th* New York M K confer«u<w adopted a reeolnt'on Tuesday asking song ram to give to the southern •tate* such national aid to education as hM been so largely beneficial to the northero and weetern stgtm hi the past. tees red a Nine-Hour Day. Low H L, Man* April IO. —Th* carp rater*, plasterer*, stone ani brick mw**!*, plumber*. ga* end st nm pipe in a ar* m w working nine boom, by aa agreement with the Meeter Budder*' asMetatioa. f ait Dr. I*nappe. Af... in— Dr Knapp., lately I. Jot (Inn oa, Iim I- ii placed t I *t, owing to hi* "ductal ''^driers to thn - Phelan, ef Tease**##, Mend* a Telegram to th* Kdltor of The Knoxville Xentlael Cailiag Him a Liar end Coward—Herr*, tery Kush flee* tem# large Bars ot Cora from Kansas— Propped jag* la Congree# -Other Capital City Hem*. Wasmikotom, CHI1, April IO.—A report gained wide circulation that It wm probable that a duel would be fought between Congressman Phelan, of Mem|»h>*, Tenu., and John M. Fleming, editor of The Knoxville (Twin. I Meinrad. It was said that Mr. Phelan had sent a telegram to Mr. Fleming which would probably induce the latter to Issue a challeng*. Mr. Phelan wm notified by wire from Memphis th et Col Flaming had written sn editorial r *p y to bls dispatch It wm al#* stated (hat Col. Fleming ba* I ad nit * ted thai he ba* I not punished tho (Itipatcb la fad. Following is a copy of tbs tiie—sge:    ' Yakking roe. Cwt, April A-Jonx M. Kl.EMiMO, Knoivtlle. Tenn.: When I wrote fr*>ui Aiken I bal not oeen your letter to The MMhffeii OMMHnteL You ere a liar, a wmar-l. and a #<ouudr*l Will await your UMMeagw here and come to Knoxville lo arrange prelim!-.grim.    John    Pun.an. Mr Phelan's dispatch to Col Fleming wm based on a letter of the latter to The Memphis Commercial The quarrel a roes over alleged pique on the part of Fleming, who bad failed to receive a book written by I*beina.    _ ACKNOWLEDGED THE CORN. facie Jerry Rusk arse Nome trig Ken from Ken***. Washixotox City, April IO. —Secretary Rusk wm cha I leo god to a show-down on one of the pet trophies of th* department of agriculture, and eooo fin.ml it necessary to acknowledge his defeat An ear of corn twelve Inch**, long baa for some months I teen Uncle Jerry’* (ride and joy, but Dr. Wolfe, of R oo county, Kan., walked into the department ate I Wan tel to talk -WU "We already have the longoet ear of corn in A monos," mid th • «--cr<-tary confidently. Kate Koan sea Inches Lung. "Well, trot it out aud put it along*! Ie them," replied th* railer, bring out of hi* va'lee a he if-J..* <n huge ears Coe lo Jerry ivnt fur hi* b.<*t nuUbiue, and the clerk-gatber -d around to #■»> tho result of the eon-teat The ar* brought by Dr. Wylie measured fourteen iachm, nearly two inches l«R(vr than the pride of the department “Well, I *wow!” exriaimod the ecretary "I gtuaa lit have to acknowledge the oorn." Dr. Wolfe is the most enthusiastic corn-raiaur in the United Hts tee, ani mad" Uncle J -rry’s ay rn buig<* out by telling of his la-t year's crop of to,hoi bushels from 500 acres. the World's Fair Committee. Wash I MOTOR City, April IO.—The subcommittee of tbs -enate committee on world’s fair met Wednesday morning and Hieruok, the chairman, pr -e uted tile stete-rurnt forwarded by Lyman J. Cag- at the rvqii el of Mena tor Farwell, giving lbs number and charadter ef the suhecripUone to tire (1ii<ago guarentee fund, etc. The subcommittee considered the -teteiuent et some length, bat thor * wa* a diversity of opinion m to the reliability of the »i. tempt ions, and no ionriiisson tt-uid Ie* reached. It wm determined finally to ca l the fail committee together F. Play morning to consider the matter. ( iingrrsalonal. Wa*Hi.*«T«x city, April IO. —Tho senate IV dueedey pamel the NII appropriating mousy to rcim'ar# member* of the house who nu fT< red I rom the ftdoott defalcation. The many "lection oa»« were then takeu ap, end Pugh return cl bis speech. The hoOM concurred in the senate amend-im tits to the bill to admit goods frow oer* t«< in parte of th* world Intended for the St. Louie sipotitkMi. A coof--reno# was or der sd .rn the Oklahoma town tit* UU. 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 & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Migmand Parlt. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyHront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houses and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list. Dorse! k Mid, I Belle street. WHENEVER AND WERIVKB TOU SEK THIS OYER TOO KMM AM) Iii LU a    ™*    *•««<•• A JU BIM I NHI TMjt MMS. MO* 111.00 TO $76 OL That TRADE MAUK THON A STOVE OR RAUCK YOU MAY BE CERTAIN it in the VERY.BEST articln that can be had tor the price naked. A. L. FLOSS, Third Bt, Opposite Belle, SEE OUR NICE LINE OF G-ranite Ware MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN Fessed th* Anti-Treat HUL Wa*hi*utiix I ITT. April IO —The wast* Toe* lay ,* seed the anti-trust I .ut, which pr vide* heavy penalties fur the members of any trust or lotiibination formed for th# pur,•>*#» of pre von ling competition or in rr#t» n{ the pries of any product, or commodity, raeept in the case* of fanner* or lab raw*.    _____ C«M|r,MW*a Kaw<lall Much Worse. VV a-hiMoro* CITY, April IO.—Mr Ran Jail u csportel nim h worse, and It is not unlikely that the -ud wil< oome thia week. Hpeak r H --I catted al Mr fUodril'. b«ua- W.vlnewlay nmrmug He wm not admitted to ac* him Mr Rendall's friend* beltsv* that he he. but • few Amy* more to Hee.    ____ Assistant Iteeretery Moore Merrled. ti a•'Hrxum* City, April IL-John B. Moore, third aas*aleut secretary of state, wm oinrried in the morning lo Miss Helen Franc a Toh.od. niece of Mrs lieu. Rick alia. et fi*. Putti Protestant Episcopal rktird) in the pre*snoe of • large end dieting w .hot company. nominated by th* PrestdenL Wash:Soto* CtTT. April IO.—The president baa amt lo the adnate the following nom ti*-Ilion*- Hum ti A. Hnrper, af WI# ti* hr I nitial Hub* attorney for tbs wean .ii divlri.I of Wi*<-<main: J C. Kerr, of |».-. <>* * re, tubs poet (-hep ain lathe army Approved hy the President. ti ASH I XU TO* CITY. April lit—Th* pre# Meet rat* approved th* set yr Tiding toe r.uww tei<lg.<a sn«*m the White river, Ar-hanriri and ecras* the Mtssouri river in th* •Bual; .if H u m, Iowa. I allure el * Kanas* Hnnher, Mash AITAX, Ken , April IO. -K B PUT-o*ll. prtq *1.0- of th* M«nhnttau bank, bas mmdm nit assignment to John ti'. Webb, cashier of th* (mak. Mr Webb my* th* MabtHties ara fito ,QUI. A statement of th* masts onn not (•* given for several day a but they era ae kl to he equal, nominal y, to th* I lie tell Use Th* failure ha* <int sad a tier vous feeling among th* tiber financial ra»utu ! tkm* of th* atty and county, but there ba* beau no rim on any of th* other bunk*. Biniou. Doings la Vlaaaa VntiM, April IO — Aa Immense meeting I of sinking work men wa* beld lier* Tu«a lay. abut) tower I* its clo-.# bac* ne turbuieaL Ta* I# ii *, int rf-rai ani were attacked with at rn j* ii <f<»r.. th# mob could be Us-p-rsed tliny ba.I -iltaged a num'c-r of Jew i i*h ti»*p* an i ■ • rates wine *fv p Th*y * pravvirtcd th i -.p,. >•» b -rf fi ra engtiiae unt.i the shops • r • I-»tr-,jr*d. Th . troops wjre Salle.: uu* an I fit -d uiau* volley* a. Ut* mob whirti » m tin <>ty di.per** 1. CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Thin in any other house in Alton. In coniequence of th# GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled tn do Busine** od n VERY C'LOHE MARGIN and it ia a recognised fact that we handle by fhr LA RUER QUANTITIES OF 000DS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. SPRING SLITS. I nu now rechtriog • Urge nod varied stock et tint Le, id ak Ute prevailing shades, for Spring Suits, which I nm prepared to tanks ap in tie Most astiionable tvlea, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st. IL A. HOFFMANN. {\o I (MM 02 Kant Sim-oikI st.i raiLn AUKS ft run Cook ^ Sloven _ Flrebacks Warranted ‘to La»t Five Years. “QUICK MEAL” (JAHULISK STOVES. Baffing, Ouifnng, Spout** el r Mms    jsaax    ly HO Lh Agen TS rult i.iiiatas^wrior^ ;

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