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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 LTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 21).  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING. MAY IS. 181)0.  x.rr\ an yji  Latest ii-DK  Latest ta Beale! Wraps aal Capes.  Latest ii Sniiei Ms.  Frightful Result of a Locomotive Boiler Explosion.  TWO PERSONS BLOWN TO PISCES.  Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  DR. ENOS announce* that he has pHtahlinhod In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ALL CURABLE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced hfcn that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under the OO us taut supervision cf th** physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at oommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Seoond street horse oars^and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in a1) its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., aro provided as may be required by patients, in addition to snob other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  a large solarium  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enoa, and receives his daily personal attention.  Now Open  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  For further information addres* Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third Ste., Alton, III.  Th* ll.hIIra of the Ku()n«*rr md Fireman Fount) Hnndndi of Foot from tho Soon* of the I t|ilm>lan—-Cyrloe# Storms Conto (tu tti |i»\ or tit Dlfl'oroi.t Porta of the Country—Tho City of Akron,  Chia, Itmt I > Damafvd.  Buffalo, N. Y., May 13.—About * o Vleck Sunday afternoon I/•high Valley engine No, ‘JOI, George Pearl, engineer, and Henry J. O’Connor, fireman, -tarted for East Buffalo with a train of twenty-asven cam. The train wa* moving slowly and had crossed the Lake Short! tracks at the Buffalo Creek junction when tbs lo-c motive exploded. A roar was heard like the discharge of a littery of heavy artillery, the oarth trembled as though with an earthquake, aud the air was filled with flying fragments of iron, steel, braw aud timber, accompanied by acloud of mingled •team and dust. Engine JBI hail disappeared, and all that remained of its sixty tons of mechaniam were the ait driving  wheels, the truck and wheels at the for-,  lgf  ...    ,    .    ,    .    „  ward end. The tracks were ripped from    ^  ...    . . , A    ,    cern in the ditch.    These    hundred leat    of  toe ties and Wont of shape, the ground ]  tnuk    WM    WMhwi    ont     ^     A-tnfcl    HOt ,  number of person dangerously Injured. The storm wax gene re I throughout the county, but the deadly cyclone, only about k)0 feet wide, extended about twenty-five ml Ice. Everything in its path was demolished, trees uprooted, and bonnes and barns completely demolished In one instance a house containing an invalid was struck an*i the tied of the sick man lifted up tmdily and carried out into the yard, where it fetched up    a    tree. The man was  tiddly injured. A Inn*,- number of cattie were killed. The path of the cyclone extended from near the county lins to th* Allegheny river. No trains have arrived OU the Allegheny Valley railroad nine* .Sunday night on account of slide* aud a had w reck about five miles south of this city, where th* cyclone struck the river.  Great Cloud-l.urat Near OII City.  Oil GITT, Pa., May lh—The most de st native cloud burst and cyclones cter known struck this section about ll p. rn. Houses, tiaras, bridges, oil well * rigs, and gas Hues are in ruins At East Handy,-about eight miles from besa, th* resident* of William Nun tit-maker was blown down, burying tile entire family in ruins Mr. and Mrs Nun ne tusker are seriously Injured and their two childmti will die of their inJurim. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jackson were byrled in the ruins of their real deuce aud taken out de ail and nelly mqn girt! The eesMsnass af Fhuttuw herr aid William lambert!*® wars destroyed. Tbs Valley railroad also suffered severely Freight train No. Bf* struck a landslid*  JLI*  An Artilleryman Makes a Bon* fire of HI* Wife’s Clothes.  THE WORK OF A JEALOUS MAN.  was torn up for nome di*tanc«, anil broken telegraph and electric light win-* dangled from their posts in a tangled mass. Desolation and ruin bail been wrought in the twinkling of ah eye and two lives had been sacrificed, for there was no trace of either engineer or tire man.  II ar let! Many ll unit red Feet.  What was apparently a human body wa.-* seen flying through the air at an cie ration of IOO feet, and was observed to fall on the I.ak* Shore railroad at least 1,000 feet west of where the explosion occurred. The body of the other unfortunate man took a northeasterly course at a high elevation aud dropped into the creek MIO fist anay. In Ute ditch to tile west was tim shattered twenty fin ton ladler, on the other side, HJO feet distant, was the crown •he* !, battered and twisted out of shape, aud across the adjacent slip the dome aud a bug* fragment of the ladler lay ui*m the xml dumping pier of J he Buffalo, lh s inister  an ay. In striking it had crushed into the timbers and sent great splinters in all Ai  re*-tions. A switch shanty slongwMe the track wa* badly wrecked. Sam a search for the missing engineer and fireman was begun. The l«dy of I'carl wa* found in the creek It was brought to the surf c and hoisted to the coal duck, Its coudi thin wa* shocking, apparently every bon* aaa broken, the bead and face were frightfully mutilated, a* was alan the trunk, nearly the entire abu- men being torn away.  In a f rightful ( auditton.  O’Connor'* boily wa* found I atween the •tumps of two tree* alongside the lake shor<- tracks. The bean wa* ( rushed, the face disfigured beyond recognition, and in tile left side wa* a great gaping bole The man » shoe* had bam wrenched from hi* feet and hi* garment* reduced to shred*. Th* legs and anna were apparently fnu t-  smaller portions at Brandon. ware delay ad twenty bour*.  All mails  ('olllatoa at a Tuns*!.  ('n atta Not MtA, Tenn., May IX—On* engineer, two firemen and two brakemen were killed by the collision of two freight train* on the East Tennis—, Virginia and Georgia railroad at a tunned four miles from here. The accident was caused by a misunderstanding of running arder*.  TO SUCCEED RANDALL.  K«-May or Vees SI aminated by the Filii*-delphi* Demo seels  Pit I laid Linn a, May 10 --State Becs&tnr William hioAleer ha* withdrawn (na tbs oonu-st fur the Democratic uomirmtkm fur oongr— from tbs Third district, the (ll*  trk-t represented so long by the Ut* Sam aal J. Randall The selection at a cand! date to succeed ItandaU gut Into the oourta  ad'Pittsburg railroad, WO feet j Saturday In an attempt to annul th* returns  of the primary election* in some districts that voted for Gen tiler, but tbs judge ne fused to interfsro. raying that the returns were regular on their (mw. Tills is pcohe-ably the nm*on of Mc Airer’* withdrawal I.atlh —The Hon. iUrhard Vaux wa* Bonffliated for congree* by the Third die trlct Democratic eovwition Monday morning to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Samuel J. Randall.  Meeting of I. aal* I en*'* Lxflslstsn.  Ba Ton lh ii' ax, La. May IX - Tbs oon eluding term of the biennial session of the legislature will begin at noon Tuned ay Among the leading matter* to be oonrtd-ered will be the question of an extenaloo of the charter of the Louisiana Lottery company, rail we) legislation, and govern men! control of the levee*. It I* under (good that during the Aret week of the ..    steel on a joint resolution will be Intra  ared The Dslles were pbuwd on a flat  dnwd tUjt rongPeM  u* assume chan#  oar aud brought to the Exchange Hi rest •union aiel were removed to the morgue preparatory to taklrm thoro to the home* at the dx* i men. The caner of the cxpl i aion it is not likely will ever be definitely known. ftui«rintendent Broadhead said;  “It is one of those mysterious affairs which no one ha* ever yet bvn aide to sal I isfactorily explain.’'  Plenty af Water In th# Halter.  Its inurn-ll*-- fane first SUggertnl what is galled a dry exploeiou. but this theory wa* dies 11 (ated by the (act that a building MV era! hundred feet from the I re. k wa* struck by a volume of muddy water that it is belle' ed came from the exploded boiler The tank of the tender wa* not quite full, from which it wa-* concluded that water had been tromped into tile boller but a short time before It exploded. The engine wa* a sixty-ton consolidated Baldwin and had boun In service about ten years. It wa* overhauled in the shops about three or four months ago.  TORNADO AT AKRON, OHIO,  of the lev eon. The members of (be legislature ara arriving th large number* aero the  city now prawn* * a very animated appear-  Latest and Correct Styles in  Millinerv Novelties.  Latest in (Mn an! Beet's Fandangoes  -ALBO—  Shoes Best and Cheapest  AT  THE GLOBE.  ALTON, ILL.  A Falh Cal Through th* City sad Many  Ha I Iii tag, I).- mal Uh ail.  AKI*)*’, Ohio. May IX—Saturday was a bad day for this city. A terrible cyclone moved down upon us, causing graal dam-1 ago. Professor Kg lien , of Buchtel cut-leg*, who was out in the storm, calculated that it wa* traveling at the rata of four mile* a minute, so that it* track of about a mile Kiel a half through this city wa* traversed in little more than twenty second*. It moved In ainu** a straight line through a well settled pail of the city, ^ Mfl Vdera7.g*ri and scarcely a root of the mile and a half for him Id vein, traversed, but I* strewn with splintered timber*, broken furniture, uprooted tree*, aud leveled bain* and outhouse* In a trip over the storm'* path nineteen dwelling'* were counted that were el'lier ripped into kindling wood or en badly w re* bed that they can rod he occupied. A I*-ut seventy five pcnem* In ail, ara out id house and home and are being sheltered by friends  Ma*y People !»J«r«l.  Eighteen per**ms were injured but it is thought all will recover, fie rooty five building*, including rceldanee*. Lam* and outhouse*, were damaged by Ik*- wind and got one eat iticd that wa* ta a direct line at tbs tornado. Uprooted tree* arse* mn tad by the score. Many that were blown down or cut off ara from one to two frat in diameter, Buildings that resisted the winds ara in a dangerous condition and many will have to be torn down. Outhouse* in some rear* were transplanted from fifty to KIO feet aud set down in neigh lairing yards Thousand* of people incited the scene of  1  destruction -onday, and a fore* (rf spatial  Sutler stood guard over remnant* of rial awee* and h rose furnishing*.  I.ati it — All toe Injure! hj the I* made net Saturday night ara reported to be more comfortable aud the physic.aas rtpn a the la*lief all will recolor COMMtvfllf ml I in ates pin* (he brat on buildings alone et #*>*«», end other loss*"* atli make tim  total  re tl.su flub,O'*) A relief mara*  great vim started out & fund will be ral~<d to ss- st the homeless In rebuilding  A Heavy Defalcation.  Ai.man y, N. Y., May IX—Th* defnka Mon of Bouk Keeper Whitney at the Albany CR) bank la now thought to reach •Kl .ion. The bank la prepared to meet * run, other hanks having (Treed ti plenty of aid in ( ara of need It I* stated that several member** of firm* through which Whitney -.premiered will br ai rested and aim that a prominent busine** maxi had paid the bank •10,000 to cover worthies* paper that hts son had mads In collusion with Whitney.  tore#* ny a Tram.  Dibi'qie, Iowa, May IX—AtX o'cVrnk a Chicago, Milwaukee and Bx fhral train ■truck a buggy at th* Main street erouaing at Decorah, lows In th# hung) wre% Miss Alice Glover, Mf*. Aaron She*-tx, sad hfit daughter retd son. Mire Glover had a lug and arm broken and received other ttrfg-rte* which are fatal. TV other aoouoeOU at the buggy were abo* seriously Injured The vehicle 1    ‘    *  wa* broken iota splint.**  Aa Kilter Hts*! ag.  DcckTVn, Ills, May IX—J. A, editor of The Maroa Weekly ’Araca this county, ha* been mysteri rarely rale lag since May 7 when ha rant* to Decatur ostensibly to meet a friend from Kairhnrg, Bls He left Ills affair* straight and a1) hi* valuable* at Maroa, and bi* Mend* he 11eve he has met with foul play or ha* twill* friend* are searching  Jssqjot tate a Cetera* af ACX  M it>T L BTO wk, N Y., IX—Aaa Bishop, an employe of en *- id factory here, commit  ted suicide by jumping tate a anhima containing boiling acetate af Ufo* His fallow workmen pulled bim out a* ere a* possible, but he w*a *o badly *oebterf that he *oon died in great agony. Bishop wa* wxwnUic and it is thought ha wa* insane  A Colored VI uni ere r Caught.  Chicago. May IX- < ti arles Johnauti, the Milored heeder who I* believed by th* pollee to hare been co* of the ti clitia nr* of Jennie MeGarvL-, wa* returned freon Port* land, Ors, by I Arui* Kau* and Healy Monday morning. The aflare* went at once to their bontee, worn out by their long trip.    ___  (Mosel t»H*C Teh* Mea.  Pitts in tut. Pa, May IX—Four thousand employe* of the National tube work* at M< Rt e,port struck for shorter boun and a IO par cent advance Genera) Macogra Conv cree laaue* a statement bi which ha •ays that they are now paying higher Wegra than aay athar til - works to th* country  Bibiri AND DEATH IN PENNSYLVANIA  Two Dorsal! killed sad Men) Injured, sad go,It Mart* Wrought et I > sc kite.  Flt.AMKl.tKi As, May IX- A terrible J cycloti*' pa m  v:*d ever th*- a > ut bern part (rf this county Munday ensuing shout 5 people, Noah Jackson and * killed cntsM end e Issei I  Frra liid la a H* d a  Momtk ti G(. Ids . May IX—Haring for a pulpit th* be) (rf ash#* where the Bathe! Union church had stood, Rev. Mr Draper  I tnt' barf to immense throngs Munday,  ! morning and •frames *n A large subscription waa r*lw-d to rebuild the church ob  , the spot whi r* the old one burned  While His Wife Is Absent fcnrn the House Ile Buras I'M livery th In* He Can I'tnd  en the Fremlse*—The Mane ratters’ t'alea Attacked by a Cetfcoll* Fries! from the Alter—Von ny Would-Be Indian Slayer Captured.  Newburoh, N. Y., May IX—Pretty Mi** Mara, of Highland Fall*, had two suitor*. Both were soldier* of the legion. Plain Tom Maher, an artilleryman from West Point, rough but good hearted and nearly a half century of age, wa* one of them. The other wa* handsome Bill McGrath, something dudish a* to dree* aged 28-about the aam* age a* the girl. The two men kept Mia* Mara busy entertaining hor beaux on alternating night*, and when by chance they both met In the hallway of the hods*, one coming, the (Airer going bt, there was a rcmpfriag match |Lt*r*Lb w«s dU-tyurged hum lh* arui) SJO weul to New York Xtra Mara went also about tire same time, and Tom mourned his loss She returned, however, and accepted the reldmw of Maher, and a boms wa* secured on Pit*poet avenue, in Highland Falls Happiness is supposed to have reigned until lout week, when Mr Gmth pc id the fall* a visit Maher heard of IL end when ha returned home anti found his wife out, proceeded to wreck hi* Jealous rage on the household effects It wa* evening, but Maher threw all th* family goods in one Immense pile, broke open the trunk* in which hi* wife kept hor dresses, added them to the other article* aud then aet fire to th*- whole. Ai* job lot was quickly burned. While th*- startled villagers gathered to witnes* the ooh Aa g rat ion, Mrs Maher wa* visiting at the home of ber father, and hearing of the affair waited until the next day and them caused tire arrest of her husband for dr straying lier personal effect*, vs Pied at •HIO Maher will be tiled on Th I ired av next. Manor applied to the government a u th or! Hee al West Point for counsel, but they declined to furnish it.  Attacked from the Altar.  Kuxamth, N J., May IX—Father Gens Der. pastor at St Patrick’* church, Klixa hethport, aliened hi* batterie* from the altar ob the delegate* of the National Store Cutter*’ union, whom he blamed for eau* Rig tire strike of the men engaged hi build tug the new church He spoke of t be dale gates a* walking loafer* and tire band <ii striker* a* bummer*, who wanted to die tate to him, but he would never give In to them. The strikers are indignant over th!* severe castigation, which t bey Gal rn lo unfair and uncharitable on the part of the clergyman. They say h* will bs un able to get any lien to taka their place*. and now the union will fight him for all ll** worth.    _  High Mopes Blasted.  Milwaukee. WI* . May IX—Two young lads wearing eyeglasses and wig* attracted the Attention of < utterer Mueller on Grand avenue, and they were so eveelh* In their answers to the officer's questions that they were taken to the central ala lion When Marched a revolver was found no * aob of them They are front chicago, and a* vt. tiro* of dim- novel* bad started out to make heroes at themselves. Their names are James Lloyd, agad IX end Frank Keating aged IX Keating wa* turned over to hi* 1»ro«her, who arrived from Chicago, and Lloyd was sent bom* In charge of Officer Bumph#?  TK* Hied et a Partner *e Hew. Ooli'mma Ohio, May IX—Mr*. N B. Lute* appeared with ber host and aa attorney In the nupretn* court. Mrs Lutes ta her husband** law partner. Indeed, without her he would be unable to Hoe law. for he I* absolutely A af th* court addressed him Mrs Lute*, who sat direr sly in foot of him, moved her lip* Inaudibly and translated the words ft* ber husband through his eve Hr ca ugh I th* manning instantly and exactly, and the rase moved along with more than the usual dispatch  A Mayor's Keo ta a Had Bas.  NKW Yuk*. May IX-Raymond Carroll, son of the mayor of Rochester, we# held in the polka court Munday for trial, la •*!» hall, an Mw charer* .rf reasoning Judith Tovey, with whom he I* said to have lawn living for some time Miss lorry say* Carroll squandered XIX (kin of her money 4a gambling and then g<* drunk and black coed bar eye Sh* Inherited XA OOO from her father, a New Orleans lawyer  Fewgt*t a Fetal lw*rMsyts DoeL Kaw Your, May IX-Fraachoni Michael) and Pasqual* Mara*-** fought with a moor sod * stiletto early Sunday mom lag on the duck at the foot of Rooasvstt street, Injuries hat ag inflicted of a bleb MU-heell died yesterday af rn rn.job, while Marwreu* I* In a *m1oum cond non Aivr* were no wltni—re to the affray, ami th* eaurn la not known  A Strike el PL Wayne.  FT. Watkx Iud. May IX Hecretary Westing, of the Carpenters* union, bae received fl,um from (leiM-ral Swn-iary P. J. McGuire, of Philadelphia, with three word*. "Money sad aid will hr arui if anoesisry * Several of the master build •re hare signed the agreement for eight hour* and SS nu ta. but th* majority are etui holding rut for MI rents and nine hours The union men deciare that they 'will tie up the tows* lf a sri t lr riyal it I* not reached th t* week  KtUed By felling Hock Ashland, Win., May ll Andrew I4n nelson, a miner, wa* killed aud IX-vid Morgan, pH bora, prolwhly fatally injured by falling reek in the Miunratga lulu* Pit No I wa* Ailed with .iebrir L. a depth ion* .rf about WX-  > pmre WL. j,  FOR SALE.  Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink In House. Magnificent river view. Lot 50x120. For $1,250.  Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows,  60x120, $1200; 60x120, $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included, $1,350.  Magnificent River View to each lot  Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-hous), Cellar, Barn, (log) Granary, Smoke-house* Well, Cistern, Will sell for less than $35 por acre.  Money to Loan,  sey k ii, SIO Belle street.  Buckeye Lawn Mowers.  To HouselteeperB.  nasa Biirnaraffltorcd Through the Sam-mer Months.  PIUS & HAMILL,  315 little street,  A. J. HOWELL  I JR A LER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  Our Prices  WILL BK FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than In any other house in Ai ton. In consequence of tha (IltKAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled lo do Htteiuv** on n VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod it it a ret-ognixed fact that we bandle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  mm mn  at at at;  OOO  flMhe y mer,  left the pit just la time turn vt tb«.u*e!v«n.  V,  trt J  ut* alarmed sod  CGuck Two Ms wif% were  Mr. *|irtu« Wrelfcer la Mea*aaa.  Hi.ama, Mont., May IX—A rain and hu<! < a*.*,rm pre-' at! -d in ail parts of Mon UL-* yr-teed* y I a# eau Btry wa* greatly ta n^,i of relit, and lh* promnt rfufrn Inst! tv* plenty of feat! on th* rang** th*com outright and a large lug reason  Ka. Ira od airt hr MOM.  , CiKitniAn, Mer IX—Th# .tribe on th# <*h#Mftp#ake and Ohm railroad wa* iwttind Moro!ny morning Th# torii resumed work et tea bourn pet day, th* eonceaeioa demanded.    ___  A FHI.bar* Feller#, pimsi an, Pa May ID Harry Wraith, an (41 Wok. r operating on th* exchange I bm failed. Th*' failure is said to be (Int to recent bucketshop *u*pend >0*  Hun Dew# by a Train  ABUfuto*. 111* , May 1X-C. Ii lorrance, a hr ad lug ottiatB, wa* Instantly k flied by a train h* wa* trying to board at Galesburg.  I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloth*, in nil the  prevailing •bade*, for Spring Suite, which I am piepared to make ap in tilt  Most Fashionable Stvles, .  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit  ‘Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  ii w. joiixsrs’  ASBESTOST^=ap-ROOFPfG  rzns’PnooF.  TkU I* lbs,erf et 1*4 farm of lotut-l* Rorfttf nueeefw t«r«4 Ut *■ f<* tk«  r thirty year*11» etapu-l far aw on rtrapor Bm r.*«N in wit «!■■•*, ere pay opptl—t by ummLUb-I    a1    core*    eely    »*«"U    UMI ae mare  re It* Barnet** am kwoqrfir*/nm UU jrm 6$ tmtdL  H. «. JOHNS HF!. CO.. HO k MI Rnfclp SI., Ckiufi.  Hew Fork, f*klIn«IwlHkl«. l ourion.  <(,:« F,.» Y^-tur >«af ll. W. JDI1K*’ I, ,<i I I’Mev. A#kuto» FWrteaV iLute. HheM!. b. i, brfk)-*f Veit#, A-weiea bvaem l‘»ckiaj.% Jx cr Cerarisg*, ate.  vt la ami-.-, ion uouLOKO nrron-Hoo i*acki«u hi sun. ctixm ara  FOR SALE BY  iW. H. WAYMAN, Carpenter and Builder,  I    No, IS, First st,. Alton, IU,   

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