Alton Daily Telegraph, April 29, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph April 29, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON LAIL I' '    i’’    '    I iWr 3 \ rn* g    ' ELEGRAPH. VOLUMK 20. ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, APIOL 29. 1690. NO. 270 Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DR. KNOR announce* that he has ewtabllshed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the IMT OFALL CURABLE DISEASES. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. me experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the ald of means not otherwise at command, than when tne patients are seen by their medical advisers st intervals of several hours or davs. The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free bom all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse I oars, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from s 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, In addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Hun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., la provided. Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his dally personal attention. UVTow Onen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrott Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third its., Alton. III. IKM) IN ON HAND —..... ii    til    rn The Outlook of the Carpenters’ Strike at Chicago. BOTH SIDES EXTREMELY VIGILANT. Th.* Hun < «r|M-ntrr*' AmnIMIon Ar-roagii * to I'm 4,OOO M»n at H nrh-Nan-I ii|«,ti Min Admitted by the Strikers I our Huns. «;,d I ni|>lo«of th* I nl<»n Stork Yan!* K«|»*rt*d lo (in Out on Mtrtk* May I fur Light Hour*. < nit v«.o, April ‘ill,—Th* line* laid down by lash ildea in th* carpenters’ strike ate welldefined, and Im,th ride* Im-*ait th* struggle anew Monday morning. Nonunion men. In nu rn I per* larger than even the strikers i m,re Up admit, are pouring Into < Im ago, and it is believed that the master easterners, ant ii i poling the fruit I ohm confervae** of (Saturday, hail agents in other cities seen ring all the non anion carpenter- they could find. The striker* are vigilant, however, and Monday morning captured a large number of non union mea and induced them to refuse to go to work. A I toe.*, carpenter name. I Smyt lie attempted to pat son ie non union men at Work on a building on North Svenue, hut tile strikers drove tile men away. One of th** non-un pm men was assaulted by a striker ami given a blackeye. The case was re;ioried to th.' police, and a dosen officers iu citiaens’ sffothre were sent out from the Lust Chicago avenue station to watch all Incomplete)! buildings where non union men were expected to go to work. AU offii its in uniform were also given orders to watch til* strikers. Chief Marsh says that non-union men will he protected In their work if it take# the entire polit* force. •toWn of lh* Ho-• ('arpent era. Iii the meantime th*- Hoe* Carpenters* association amt the carpenters’ council are making arrangement* ti* put 4,OU) men to work Heveml minor points not yet settled bet we. ii the two assn, i at ions have bi'-u submitted to arbitration, but it is not fa tory continues. The Int* (national union are fast supplying men in place of Iii** .lierbarged Knights of Istbor cutters who are endeavoring to dissuade out-oftow ti men from going to work. One strike Reach** a Settlement. (JossKLD*VILLX, Pa., April At. - The , Cs rn brin Iron company lock out at Wheeler ( A Morrell coke plants was settled Sat or I •lay and the HOU workers resumed work to-tiay, PROMINENT POLITICIAN GONE. John J. O'Hrien Die* After aa Illne«s of Me. erat Months. NKW York, April 2U. John J. O’Brien, the Republican leader of the Eighth at* sembly district and the chief of the bureau of elections, died at lined et’• hotel, Cooey Island, at 7:80 o’clock Sunday morning after an illness of several months. Up to the hour of his death Mr. O’Brien w as conscious ami recognised those alsmt    him. Gath ered around h I s Uslside were b I • sons, Jiss-pfa J. and John    L. O’Brieu, and his daughters, Mrs. Boeder and Mrs. L a a re t to JtiHM I. o’niugs O’Brien. Mr O’Brien was U>m in the Tenth ward of    Lh!*    city    June    It, 1W3.    Be was at *»ne    ti tm    a    Isxik    k.*t*|ier    for A. T. ‘■'tew nit, leaving this place ta art as private SM fetor) for ex Collector Thomas Mur phi 11,* office of the tmrean of slccUons be held until last Feltruary. The funeral will he Wednesday. S11 OIE THIS HIH. Murderer Kemmeler's Lease of Life Very Short. A RUNAWAY TRAIN. frightful Disaster .Mi th* f hr—fivakr and ((hi* Hall road. Et vt s ms, Va., April to.- The express train of the Cbeaapeake and Ohio railroad, for Washington, wa* (W***nding a heavy grade at H o’clock Monday morning, a mile west of hers, when the brake rod id the engine fell. The air brake was rendered useless aigl the wild train rushed — . kb) Staunton at eighty miles an hour, thought po.It*bl.* any consideraUle own (earing away the depot roof. The Pull bec of men will la* set at work before the m^n Latest in Dress Latest id Beaded Wraps aoli Capes. BH. Collar and Fallers Latest and Correct Styles in Millinery IVovelties. Latest ii Clotbine ane Ceil s Fandangoes — ALEO— Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE GLOBE. ALTON, ILL. week is out A teamster in the employ of William Even., itne of the largest carpenters aud contractors in Chicago, was Monday morning assaulted by strikers Die as sault incurred on the west side. The teamster was hauling some carpenter** tools and was stopped by a gang of strik* ars. Tile banes were cut from th* wagon and the teamster dragged to the ground Mid given a severs Is ating. The strikera cut the harness to pieces and wrecked the wagon <>t is H. Favor is acting as a sort of mediator between the new Bosses' aseociat ion and the mqaslters council, and Monday morning the arbitration commit tee of the Hnssea’ a-*tciation held a consultation w ith Mr Favor, the object being to obtain the ann se tit of several prominent business then and Judges to ai t a* an arbitration committee l<*twe*n the two SMSoriatkms. Mi .wk Yards Mea to Strike. It Is KOW practically cert ain that the est* ar* of the Union Stock Yanis will go An ike to the uumher of about 4,000 May I. It liai Wn arranged bv the men to go out Thursday rn unlug ut,ic** the linkers sound'he whistle* for conitnetiring And quitting work at * a m and LD p. rn. on Wednesday, thus Indicating their accept ance of the eight-hour day ami the other term* demanded. The employers are a unit In refusing the terms asked by the employes and ban* for two week# been preparing for the inevitable by Ailing ab their cooling houses in New York, Baltimore, ami Hilton with fresh beat The parkers do not express themselves as very strongly opposed to the eight-hour day, but they tofu** positively to engage men who are not beld under some lienalty af forfeiture of salary against quitting work without giving at least ten days’ notice. OUTLOOK AT ST. LOUIS. Th* Carpenters IV III strike May I tor as Eight-Hoar Day. Bt. LOVIS, April to.-—A canvas was made Monday of every representative trade lb this city Pi learn tim pnw|ss*t« of May I troubles. The carpenters will strike for I eight hour* and SS cent* aud will la* barked by tit.) federation. There are LUU Journeymen in the city, two-third* of whom are member* of the union. Of this nom ! ber 75 per neat, are now getting th* required terms, and the same proportion of I non union men are working on the Are j (banded schedule. A small strike of sine smelter*-- ii) men—Is in program in Car- j i amie let Th*- demand is for the restoration of four discharged mea. The cigar makers are working dight hours aret re- J ; port only naif one man out of employ ! meat. Til* printers will strike for eight hoars. < if mud brewers only JBO are in the j union They will demand ten hours on week «lay» and Vtw«#sn ti.re** and eight hours un Hu relay. Nota-of the <*t her t rads* show signs of a st rike. Miner* unit Min.- Opera!**!-*. Clin AUO, April 36.- The Joint wnvrn lion of Illinois miners and mine operators In this city to take action on the w ale of I price* prom u I gat«-1 at the re.eat Columbus convent urn wa* called to unlet at 8 o’clock I in the afternoon, with William Benito, of 1 Coal City. state president of the United Mine Workers, in the cheir. The scale make- an in* pease of ahoot IO <-.-uts a ton in all part* a1 the state A very amicable feeling prevails I* tween the operator# and miner* and there bi not much talk of e strike- ((we (toed Ui.M la. PrrrsHi iso, April to. -The Baltimore and Ohio railroad posted notices Monday afternoon granting the demands of their employe* They grant day conductors g* 75 per day, B'ght conductors It.ss*, day brake tutu pi .50, aud night brakemen 82 70. Ten hours is to constitute a day’s work, and men are to he paid for overtime Tbs Ii and O is the drek railroad to break. Nothing Lu yet lava htard from tho | Pennsylvania lines. PklUDIphia (a rye stir** Demand*. pHRAUtxi'HIA, April to —At a meeting of car;a-nit re saturday night deb gates represeutiag l,Wi union carpenter*. out at a total la this city of about t IB, wens preseiii H< solutions were adopted pledging themselves ^severally and odin. ti rely | to luadutatn the demand ft# to cent# sn hour, aud to In*.*' up*-is the payment cf I that sum on and ofter th# 1st day of May.* The employer, think they can compromise. Tire Strike at Haverhill, Ma*#. IlAvmmnx, Mass, April to Tho trouble bel w- en the Knights al Labor sad the International union iu Chick's sleeper left the track and was throw n on it# ride. Fifteen members of the “Bear! of Pekin* troupe were In it en route to Baltimore, and were announctsl to play in the evening. Of the -nipiui) Mi** Myrtle Kin At, iujurod, died white-being taken from the car. Miss Edith Miller# leg was broken; Mr* Kdw-rrd Webb, Edward Stevens, Min. Uenlr. Fisher, Loom 11 arr twin. and Mis# lone Dualism, ail »■-< a;*#! with slight nuts and bruises W. F, Kilpatrick, lumber mer chant, New York, had hi# leg severely ! tor®, aud L. M SIonian, commercial traveler, CincinttaU, was bruised THE DAY IN CONGRESS. The Legislative, Eteruttee sod J mf trial A pprnprist Ion Hill IW4. Washington City, April to —A memo-rial presented in the senate Monday In relation to the MiMMi#aippl river ca ii-a# I an ex ten. led discussion, the quest ion tieing whether the levee system, or outlet system was the correct one. or w hether there should lie a combination of the two. The opinioua differed widely but the majority of the speakers were in favor of th* levs* system. At the cloes of the discussion the bu#im‘a* of the morning waa proceeded with Ie the House. In the house Ute conference report an th* Fremont, Neb., public building Mil was ag re.-I to. The limit of cost is ton,Out). The pn-Mdent’s veto message on th* UU to a1 low Ogden, Utah, to lncrsaae Ma indebted ness, ws# laid l»*fore the house and referred. The U-gislat I re, c-xscntire ami Judicial appropriation hill waa pasted without division The house then went into comm it t «#• of the whole on th* Ilia trice of Columbia. Terra Ce! ta tins* Par. NAflomXE, Team., April to. The great rats, boree Terr., (’otto waashlp|ied ti Lea lug to go In I be stud, he bring hopelessly broken down. Trainer Riley has handled th. grand lo irs.* very carefully this spring, thinking hr might Im ahi* to get a roo* out of him, hut in the lari few days his leg commenced to fill again, and not wanting him to I xvi un i- entirely a cripple It wa# thought baul to retire him permanently Terrs Cotta has bern one of the greatest Mi well a# the rn sd unlucky horses of the lari decade Rays Ike Mtatemest# M wee I ut rue. NKW York, April to.- Mayor Grout stated Pi a United Press reporter that th* statements made before th* Fassett senate committee were ahoolutalj fslse and without any foundathin whatever Richard (broker cahies from Wrisliailen that Mn ami's ‘•tory shout huudlc being raised to secure Mr. Grant's confirmation as public work# commissioner la fain* | Mr (’roker denounces Met‘ann aaa blackmailer and says bs would not believe him Hadar oath. Kstsl Fir* st Milwaukee. Mil * ACEKX, April to - Fire early Mote day morning destroyed a small from* building occupied by Hubert VI riel as a grocery And da riling. Mr# VI rte I Jumped from an upj*r «o<ry with one .rf bur three children in lu r anna, the ut bar two bring reamed by firemen. All, however, were terribly burned, the younger, aged 8, dying of her I nj urb - Mr Virtel ie on a visit toto I SIU is Aw Alleged ll*al with I’lttaborg. Pi mutt un. p* , April ».«Ai Chicago, commem tug Tuesday, th* Pittsburg National league dab will try its players against th# < hlcago Nath ms) league club in eight gsim-s. At the and of this time, it is reported, I Ii# hest of the Pittsburg plsyers will hr sold to < iih-ago. ami tit* ratnaiader of Ut* club will Is- transferred to Iud tansp oil*. with th* Iftttslatrg franchise Killed IID Lit ll# Slater. ftmntlfmi, flit, April to -A young son of Theodore Span Mi cg who lives about six miles sari of this place, wok out shooting, aiel returning tate in the even lag st tem pb* I to hang ap his gun. It fell, and, striking the hammer, was discharged. Th* boy's sister, ag.#! II years, received the 'bot in ber left ride and was last sully kilted Jay UmM ak st. leafs. RT. Ida is April to— Jay Gould and party hare arrived here from an extended trip through the southwest Mr. Gould’s health ta much Improved He It iii He Lord Stanley of C-'eago. London, April to—It is report*'I that the qu*-<-»i will .onfer a title on Manley, making him I*ord Stanley of Congo. PREPARATIONS OF WARDEN DURSTON THe I i most ( aul Ion To Be t'sed Ie Preveal Oui-.tiler* from VV ttn.--M.lni the Kleetrornflea- The Body of the Murderer To Be Pl ared la tjalek l.ln.e and Bart rd IV It ton the Mall* of the Prison at Ankara. Atm HK. N. Y., April to Which day of t his week will it be that the fiery force that has accidentally destroyed so many pere sons will legally dispatch It* ft rut victim f This is tit* question that is on the lips of nearly every person in Auburn Yet only our mao can answer that question, and he is silent. Wartlrn Du ret. rn has a peculiar faculty of keeping his bust new. to himself Hut there la one man who apparently does Mot .are—Ksmnister. Hitting in his cell, catching occasional glimpse* of convict* passing iii* window, the i undimmed man eats with a hearty apjietita, st mile# his Bible, chal* with his gusrtteiumi and whist to# and sings his favorite song "(’all Me Rim k Again." lits fare shows no sign of fear He raoently said to Mr. Durst on: "You ha vs ls«n kind to me aud I shall try to make your work easy.” Writing IID Autograph. Kemtueter conversed but little with his death wiitoh Ha aday morning. Ile was bogy writing his name and address upon *'oiue plain white cards “I want to write fifty this morning,” attid he to Guard Wren pie. At ll o'clock the cards were all written and Kaiumeter looked relieved, During tbs pset two weeks he has written nearly 1,(WD -ff these cards, on which, in strikingly nest rharoctorei, with a few ornaments! flourishes, is "William Kcnitne-ter, Auburn, N. Y., April. I***)." Ken,me lev never hest faith that be would get a new trial until he wa* taken to Buffalo to Is resent*need He seem* well aware of the iuteront his case I* exciting ami wishes the carets he has w ritteu U» ie given to all who want them So strong is the autograph fever upon him thai be will undoubtedly write cards up to the te>ur he leaves his ceil to walk bi the droth chair. Th# Doomed Nss't Prlsen Ute. Kern meter gets only orellnary fare. Thee* are no flower# to adorn his room, no duiker!** from outside sentimentalists. In flu I, he is treated ss s prisoner, who, outei.le of his keepers and th.- warden's family, bs# not a friend in the world No sympathetic tetters are scut from Philadelphia, where he betrayed tin wife of bb tewt friend; no anxious inquiries come from Buffa**, where lie brutally hacked her to ple.es His »*nly friend* during the whole trial have been the alte rnating sh* t rn a1 current system <-capsules, whose only obJ.il was to defeat the scheme of a rival organisation. I’r#,.aration* tor the Kl.hi.Hon. Extensive pre}#.rations are (wing made foe the tmmm lesion of the details uf the execution by the telegraph rom (.a u ire The 'A .--torn Union will send fourteen special o|n r*tot# here who, with the regular fores, will Ii* aide to saud out lull,(so words in four hours time. The prison gate* will he closely guarded until after the execution. duly authorised person* will he allowed to enter and even then they will he closely watched Warden Durst.hi has issued tic kets to t hose to he admitted, ami the niff)--! caution will lie used to prevent outsider# from getting in. To Be Burlet! In KH Boa. At Hie execution no cap will he placed over the condemned man’s face ami every contraction of the muse tee will I# plainly aren by the Jury. TV physician* will bold a I*et mortem over the body, and any mark* caused by ilia electricity will br -mrofully noted. After examination the testy will he rfefsMiitod In a rough Isis partially filled with quick lime, amt Inirled within Ute prison walls. Were it hurled outside it is almost certain the body would be stolen by niudtoal students or curiosity seeker# Th* .teeth warrant im ail prepared ami notldng but tv warden's command stand* bet ween William Krmmeter and in stout death. H ease lOmorrsU Disagree. WamunutuX cm, April to The vacancy in tV house committee on ruins caused by Mr Randall's death is causing Ute I tem.*:rat* some trouble.    If they druid agree Speaker Reed would appoint Whomever they chose, but they can not igr># and are widely divided between Mr. Mills of Texas, Mr. I Hap of Georgia, Mi. Holman of Indiana, and Mr Bprfngrr of Hlinoia The Democratic mem ten of ma grr-* are divided, mn only in personal preterwMWs, but In M' tional different, Un* mrrtVrti men asserting thai if an other fetsiUiern man is associated with Mr. (WI)-.Ie it will afford the Republicans an opyMiriunity to wave the bloody shirt It te probe!de that either Mr. Holman or Mf. springer will tie selected The Combat of Klowers. City ut Mexico, April to. The dower fro#! or romlsH at flower* I- gen ai 4 o'rl « k Huto'ay afternoon Fully 100,000 pei>(d.i were on tV pi.mietiade at let Re# forma and IV Avenue Jurvi. En add! thai to nearly .IOO unadorned carriagfw cont.uulng aightrseers, there were over forty ewrriages, stlonud with flowers mid rildKHuv aqd fully l,U«> horeemea. The quantity at flowers was enormous, four <nr Usids coming in from Juleps alone. Building Lots    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. Highland I3cli*Isl. 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 snit purchasers, One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Hoiinoh and Lots parts of the city. Call and in different see list. n W HENEVER AND W KREYER YOU SEK THIS WH TTO IWM HIO BUW bm tioab if Its tnt tmSU.#* MU run IMM SMA TRAKR MARK CHON A STOVK OU UANGK YOU MAY BKS CERTAIN • * * That it la the VERYiBKST article that can he had for the price naked. A. L. FLOSS, Third Ht, Opposite Belle, HUR OUR NICE LINE OF Granite War© MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. OIL Our Prices WILL BB FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities, and Styles- I hen in any oilier bouse in Alton. In t'tiiiteqlienee of the (IUKA! EXTENT of our NALES we are enabled Ie do Butine'! on a VERY CLONE MAROUN and it Ie ognixed feet that we bandle by far a ret!* LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOI SE IN THE Cirt- * mm mw Hr (teslgweg tm Dtsgrae*. SUBTASK.N J , April m. Fred Wi-uuvr, cath ., r at the water emumiwioiem. and ss of tV chairman af th* board, baa resigned V# position, aud it is sal-1 that his father ba* made good a deficiency of in his s. .-ontits. He was permitted to re lf) ai a in oft! ie after his ran. ality we* dis rover*#!, and will now go nnwhipf of Justice, fur the te-1o-ftt iff e ls family. ■tabbed (be Moue) (Intl . Dapsrtmeat. TRK* row, N J.. April to. -Camper dome, th* I awd clerk of the Newark pustoffkst has Gen rom m ft ted to IV Trenton Jail by United Mate# (omniMuwr Row# rn do-fault of lA.OUO ImiII for etnVxxliiig from th# i money order d*i**rtn*rut. of (be Newark |M #>t I-fille Miens Bredi# • W ife MDvfag. NI W Yoke, April to Stove Brodie, the bridge jumper, eau#-.! a general pol tie alarm ti Im seat nut Sunday for his wife, #!-•* bai-1 wen missing tine# April IV. Brodie- iiyj hi* will i Ive ii,QU) for any information as to fat r w bur-about* I ain now reMiviag rn ler^ * etui v*rit* I stock of Cloths, In kU lh# prevailing' ebedee, fur Spriug Suite, which I aru picparrtl to teak* up ie Ult Pasliionable Stvles, UUAKANTKKINU Most A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates Complete C.G. Moritz, 112 Third st. and Satisfaction. The ohIi. LegDlatar* Adjuera*-Cou sin;*, ohio, April to.- The Ohio *»ar>r I'cid# lure siljannied llbudey morn* lag to inset agate next Jsuustry, II. A. UOFFNANX. \o RH 1-102 Iv IMI Second Mf. NIU! Ai -I N ■> Yuk tireb:icks WutmouHl u(JVIOX MEAL" VASQUES STOVES. /Vtoei k 8 to Lust Five Year^. Hoajimy, <fullering, Spouting el Lorn Jkcdwiy ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: April 29, 1890

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