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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois A LTON DAILY TE LEGRA PH. OLUME 2J>. ALTOM, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVES ING, JUKE 25. 181)0 NO. OII) • ' tm* 1 Quadruple Execution at Memphis, Tenn. THREE NEGROES AND ONE WHITE. br Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, ILL. DB. ENOS announce* that he baa CHtabliahed in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITA MUM for the TREATMENT OF JLL (MBI E AMES. Tl»« lANtf Dm wa the Color Liar and Objects t«, tieing llugod with I hr Negro** ' Tile < rim.- for Hhleh the l our Hen Caid the La Ire nits reunify R. in oiler’* las*! ll ope I..me anil Ile Must Die Electricity. M km rom, Turn., June ». -Parker Harri*, Rd Carr and Bardie Ballard, | colored, g n ,| Frank Brenlah, whit**, were hatifest Tuesday morning, the colored murderers dx ing together at (LIM and the white man dropping alone at 12:'J8. Arrangement* hail Gen made to awing the four together, hut Brantail objected to being hanged with the negroes, and hit ibadre to die alone was gratified. The execution* took place in the rear corridor of the j til, and Here withe—<•«! by about Ilk) persons, iuclo ling relatives and friends of the condemned, deputy sheriff* and member* of the prea*. The death warrants were read by the sheriff at 10:5(1, ami ten minutes later the first procession started on its way to the gallows. The three black* walked up the steps with a finn tread and exhibited no signs of fear throughout the trying ordeal. AU eon-fessod their crime* aud said they hail made their pear? with (Iud. The drop fell at 11:24 and the necks of all three men were broken. Mf ii pe ti cd with SS tolstoy. A delay of forty minute* occurred, and then HrenUh, supported by two deputy sheriffs, half walked and half staggered up the -le|i* on to the drop. When asked if he had anything to say tie attempted to ON 1H C . G (AND TRUNK. A I 1 .ital Haliroasl Aeeldent Near Cepa* town, Ont. HAMIL KW, that., .June 2ft,-An accident occulted nu the Grand Trunk railway about a mile west of Coptetown Monday afternoon, caused by the spreading of the rails, which resulted in the loss of one life and injury to four or five persona Just where the accident occurred a small bridge is built which crosse* a narrow ra\ inc. All the can* passed over this bridge safely excepting the sleepers and tbr dining i ar. Fortunately there were few pi***ngcrs in the cars, The two sleeper* left the track and plunged down a thirty f<*.» cm bu ikmetit, both being bat I y w re< ked. The dining car hung over the cuib tnkment. In the slee|ier were KL J. M* Donnell and wife of Hyde Park, ChiCAKO. The Dead anil I nj ii n il. Mr. McDonnell was crushei between the sent* and almost Instantly killed, the is fly G iug badly mangled Mre. McDonnell received a scalp wound and contusion i,f tile head. Kite will recover. The other* injured are L’onductor I .amour, of Hie \\ ,i (tier (’«r corn puny, Chicago, scalp wound; Mr* J. A. Smith, rd Chicago, * alp wound and internal injuria*; T. 8. fann»r*\ of Chicago, *prained auk Ie. A train with a statf of city physicians went wit to the scene of the accident shortly after tin* occurrence, and after the wounds of the injured hail keen dressed they were brought to the Hamilton City hospital. All the injured will recover. The body of Mr. M< Dunn, ll will is* taken to Port Huron, Midi., where his relatives reside, for interment.' Hill Hill SIIIMMS Great Strike of Railway ployes at Chicago. Em- A Bargain. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL TIED UP. AN ALLEGED FAITH CURE. The (’ravers of rn Jesuit Maid to Usee Dons the (liminess. OswKOO, N. Y., June <15.—A remarkable faith cure was performed in Hi. James' Bonum Cat billie chim-fi here Sunday night in the presence of a large congregation. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. His experience during many^ears has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more micoessfully in an institution of this k’nd, uniter the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of moan* not other in the wise at command, than when Ult* patients are stmn by their medical advisers ki,l "d bls wife on the night of July 5, I—a, s|ieak tint the wound in his throat pre- For eight years Nellie Hennessey, now SS vented him shaking above a whisper, and years old, ha* been iii with hip dineaaf, he siam gave it up. He wa* stupefied with sud unable to walk without crutches. On whisky ami exhibited no concern. The Thursday Father Hartman, a Jeauit priest drop fell at 12.22, and two minute* later from Buffalo, came bere to hold a retreat life WM* pronounced extinct, hi* neck be for the Young 1-adi.V .Sodality of 8t. ing broken by the fall. AU the men were j John * church. Miss Hennessey was murderer* Dronish, the white man, j ««n bg the forty who were to join Munday it 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 roached by the Second atreet horse ears, and is near the Union Depot. The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect aa is possible Iron a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution. Electricity in all iu forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as tony be required by patients, in addition to such oilier treatment as may be deemed advisable. and then cut hi* throat, but physicians i saved hi* life. Parker Harris’ crim* was identical with that of Bri nish. DI Carr I also killed bis wife and Bullard murdered I a street car conductor iii a quarrel over the payment of fare A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided. Each patient is thoroughly ex .mined by Dr. Enos, and receives his daily personal attention. Now ODen FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information addrest Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and Third its., Alton. III. rifled mail pouches. We Announce Over S.loo,ooo stolen Hetaera Coonrll It I ii lf- snit Da* i-aport. Cd ic ACO, June a5.-*For over nine month* |>s*t < <>mplaint* have reached the chief of postoffice inspector* her* of th* loss of checks, jm.-UI orders, money, etc., while in transit between Council Bluffs and Davenport, Iowa. The total face value of mail matter lost Is over 1800,OOO. The inspector* detailed on the cane dis OO vert*! that mail pouches were stolen at Wyandotte J ti net iou where the mail matter no the Bock Island road is transferred to tile Burlington road for early morning delivery in Chicago. One pouch with IO per cent. of it* contents rifled was found at the bottom of a well. Another, containing nearly (USO,UUU of checks aud drafts w it* di-covered in a vacant house. Six railroad employes at Wyandotte Junction were placed under surveillance. Four of them, however, managed to slip away. 'J he other two, Wilson Green and A. IL H. I -tty, have been arrested and held for trial in Aft,OMO each. evening. she Dropped lier I nitrites snit Walked. Sin* is--eight the priest to pray for her that .-Im might Is* healed For three daya In* prayed with tile young lady and her family. Sunday night she hobbled to the altar to join the sodality, and when the priest put th* society medal about lier B ck sh * rise in *i ;ht of all and departed w it Ii* mt her crotches She left the church Wis ping for joy atli is now apparently as well us ever. The affair create*! much excitement in the neighborhood and is the talk of the town. STEERS STAMPEDE IN GOTHAM. A Great (stall) Shut by a “aesreher." Dei Moines, Iowa, June as.—Terry Chambers, keeper of a restaurant, wa* shot and pn*)»ahly fatally injured by Frank Pierce, the notorious “searcher." Pierce hail been through the restaurant a short time before in search of liquor, but found none. lie came the second time aud asked to go up stairs, but Chambers told him he could not do so uuless he bad s warrant. Pierce failed to abow a warrant, but tried to force his way up the stairs, which < 'bain beni sought to pre vent Thereu|iun Pierce drew a revolver aud ll roil, the bullet going clear through Chambers’ l*ody, Pierce Ansi another shot at a waiter without effect. Five of Them Make I king* Lively for a Couple of Hour*. New Your, June ’A—Five steer* em-.* ped from the stock yard* at the foot of West Fortieth street Monday and for two hours made thing* lively on the west si Ie. Go* was rapt tired on Thirty-secnud street, lie tween Eighth aiel Ninth avenues, and a second was overcome ami killed at the foot of West Twenty-fourth street. Two other* pawed down Eighth avenue and at Twenty fifth street one was killed by a policeman. In front of the Hoffman house an officer of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals attempted to stop the other, but wa* thrown down as WM a small l*.y, The steer wa* finally lassoed and led away. The fifth steer got over to Forty second street aud blxth avenue, upset an express wagon, aud created great consternation among nurse girls and promenaders. For Prices Killed tke Jailer aud ( seabed. I Ik a Tit I < X, Neb., June 88.—Jack Wort-man, a noted de*|*-rado com flued in the county jail for horse stealing, killed the jailer, George Mnxftcdd, by striking him over the head with some sort of an edged tool He escaped in the darkness. The assault was made as the jailer was handing rn pail of water through an outside corridor door. The sheriff and a poena are scouring the country for Wort man. Threat* of lynching are made, aud lf Workman is recaptured short work may be made of hun. If Wortman I* armed he will fight to the death. Tke tight Against tke Whisky Trust. NKW York, June 8(k—The wholesale whisky dealers met again Monday to receive the report of the committee ap pointed recently to devise a plan of pro-! red ii re against the whisky trust. The report, which was unanimously adopted, ‘ recoin im ads that the trust be requested to abandon the rebate voucher eystem, so ! that dealers can purvha*e spirits in the open market, If the request is refused, the report recommends the formation of a co operative distilling company with a capital of ♦’ski,(KM), the shares to be taken by the wholesale liquor dealers. The Trouble Caused by aa Obawslous Nu-per I ii ti ii tent Wkow IMsekarge tke at liker* Demand Suburban Train* aud Freight and Through Passenger Trains Mixed Iii t 'infusion Hi the Hallway Yards—One Thoa-and Men quit Work. Cg lr *00, June HS.—Monday altern.-rn I .(MKI conductors, switch men and brakemen in tb* employ of the Illinois Central ;ull work, owing to the ann maced in tell Iii ai of Superintendent Ri-li to dismiss Trainmaster Ii. rry and his a«*i*tant. Irvin K Bindi a*. Mr, Berry aud Mr. Bushie heard of this, and going to headquarter* learned that the story wa* trtu. They th ace u pou promptly resigned. Tim new* -prea,I rap illy through the yards md arou-ed the switchman and trainmen to sui h a piti ii of Lidlgnatiou tbs. they immediately dcoiilett to quit work. Sn,mc intendent Unload I ha* repeatedly given offense, it i* alleged, by promoting his favorites over the heads of old employ es, and the men wen* all the more ready to strike ■md remain out until such time aa Superintendent Bussell should be dismiss*- * from toe H-rvk-e of the company, Mldr-Trui-KH the Trains. Mon.lay afternoon all siiburtsm and Washington Dark trains wine allowed to nm. hut Tuesday morning it was decide I to take radical mea urea A meeting of the strikers wa* held at an early hour In the down town yards, and the iii n iftcide I to stop t)»e running of ai trains agee; t tho**- carrying tie timed State* mail. Accordingly, a* f**t iv* the Mi btl. Is* I (rains » atm* in I uea lay morel ig they wen vide tracked, the men avile it* i off. ani they iv re uot a1 low*.I to go out on th-south Iloiut I run*. Thew# train* re.e’i the ill moi* t*i tit rat downtown «|.*p g at interval* of ah ut eight or fen Mi intra, luring the earlv morning h un- a ni it wa* not long lefmv Hie true*, were com-p etely bbs Mil up, suburban trains, freight train*, gild through and way pas wager t rains lining mixed in alnio*t in-extricable confusion. The last Illinois ( intra] suburban train arrived at the I -ake street depot at about *':.T), and t lie men announced that would be the last Niihurltan train to come in or go out uutil the question a* to Btuiarinta relent Hu-mir* retention wag decided one way or the other. I Itlii.atum al the Wtrfkers. After Issuing the order regarding the -toppage of all trains exoept those bear. ing the United States mall, the men beld a short conference, ut which it was decided to walt, as soon as possible, upon the Illinois Central officials, and lay this ultimatum before them: Either ftnperln-tendent It us.-el must be dismissed, or the suburban and through traffic of the Illinois Central will be tied up. It U lathered that at this meeting some arnica) Ie arrangement will be made, a* both the men and the officials of the road are aux Umm to avoid trouble, if possible. An I mimenM- suburban TrsMr, The local interest in this strike centers in the fact that the immense suburban traffic of the Illinois Central is, fora lime st least, paralysed, and thousands of Chicagoans who depenf^lpon that road for transportation to and from their homes are seriously inconvenienced. The Illinois Central suburban system is one of most extensive in the world. An far south as Pullman aud Ken ingtoti on the tm* branch and Windsor Park and Cheltenham leach no the other live men «t**itig busine** iu Chicago, who have un oilier convenient means of getting into the city. BB! I III I Large ,, cidlar Va,K) W,Ul " a,ep 1,1 House lot 00x1220. n Splendid Neighborhood, Handy lo al a Sacrifice. Particulars See us at it. Lout* Highway mea Captured. Bf. I/M Ih, .June 25 — Shortly after t o'c wk in the morning three men signalled to a street car al the corner of E eventh and line streets, aud the driver •topped the car. Two of the me* struck the conductor a blow from behind, rendering bt in unconscious, while the third robbed him of shout lid. The driver yelled for help, and after a lively cha** two of the highwaymen were captured. Prominent Wtacwaata Mm Dead. Beloit, WI*., June 85.—K. C. Allen, ooe of the oldest and wealthiest residents of this city, died Monday morning from the elfe< t* of a fail received a few days ago lie was tho father of Charles Allen, the Chicago tobacco manufacturer, and hail large real estate interests In Chi • ago. Iu the evening his brother, Abner ii Alien, was killed by a train on the Chica o. Milwaukee and Hi Paul railroad while cd -sing the track coming into the city on aune matter* relating to the tor-mer * <1- uh. He was driving aeraa* tit* frat k ea*t of the city when be wa* at ruck. International Sunday School I on* rut low. Iterant WI, Pa., June A’. —Tile Sixth International Munday school convention opened in an informal mauuer at exposition hall Monday evening. The exercises were mainly devotional. The convention opened for bu*iue*s at I) o'clock Tuesday morning. Thirty nilriUte* were spent in i^j-xotIona! exercise*. Al .):.*• o’clock the call for the convention was reail. aud the enrollment of delegate* and appoint meat of committee* followed Three sesoiona will be b*ld daily, concluding Friday evening About I ..'SM) delegates front all parts of tire world will be present. Th* ('tty mf Farts Areolet!!. lax KUI**»L, June 88 —Tile board of trails court of inquiry that has beau Invew-tigsting the cause* of the recent ac* bleat to the Inman line steamer City of Paris concluded its Islam and rvuderwJ Us de cia!'*}. The court attributes the casualty to the wearing of the propeller bearing. It alae decide* that the safety of the vee set wan not sacrificed to the desire to attain high sp** si The court pronounces the City of Part* to Im outs of the finest ships in the menantile marine. Th* Cotta* Kelt Train Mobbers. Tit.\uk an a. AHL, Jute* Sh The trial of the cot UM bait train robhar* was resumed Monday and Mrs Ratcliff, gave her testimony. Her evidence created great excitement, and win u -be bad flu-isbtsi the court remanded the prisoners to jail without hail, It was not thought safe to kt* p them here aud the three men were chained together and taken to the jail at Clark* villi- Judge Law res**** Dead. W AHUM,TON Cm, June 28.—Judge James I av wren son. the oldest employe of the United Mates postal service, died Monday morning at bb residence in Bal* t:mon- lie was id years of age at the Unit' of his death. For fifty seven years, without a break, its held a position in the postoffice department a longer period cg service, It is believed, than wa* ever before rendered the govern meat by one man He wa* appointed during Jackson’* administration llllaats ID-pa bl ie***. hmiM MM.Ii, June A- The Illinois He publican State convention was (-Ailed to order at noon Tuesday l*y Gen. Martin, Horin e H Cl .rk of Mattoon was cho en temporary ch .irman Surprint wa* ceca sinned during the morning by the deicat of "Long” June* tor menu er of the state central committee for the Sixth district, by George A B*»|**r, of Bo, kf-<rd. Mr Jones hit* served on the . .anilintee for twelve jean*. The Globe. It em hi ter Mud Die by (electricity. Sauatoua, N. Y., June as. The court of appeal* ha* affirmed the of tyred jretg mein in the Kern tiller case. Kern rn br must be executed by VY arder Du (stoa Killed by a lash Kiylialna lloUoxKN, X J., June 88. Henry Drake wa-killed and two other workmen seriously injured by Ute explosion of a tank of ammonia in Heitii-r Ac Son* pork parking establishment, tilts city. An artificial he machine wa* being set up, and the lank was Is-ittg tested when the accident occurred. Drake * bead wa* blown off. The other men were lacerated and scalded Mr Henry Heftier was also knocked down and slightly burned sa.Men Death et a frrsMsst. HAX h XI.VAI*tit, Jane 811 President Manmdes dh-d smblenly Munday night •OOO a tar the cond us! Mi of a hauqueL During the panic caiiwsi by the president’s denth. Gen. Mar- ml and several ut lier ■* Ii* i« were kilbt k * th* barrack*. Gen i ii ** Excta, the I of the forces, I is now in coot mead. AU is qttirt at pres-ent. Mortality Aniung 4 lilldrra. ST. Lit ta, Md, June SA—The int st) ne beat prevaUiug is causing great mortality among children. Out of fifty one burial certificate* issued Monday thirty-two were for infant% largely due to summer voap plaint. Two deaths are recorded a* due to sn list roke- Minerva Carr, aged aa, aud I Cart J. Adler, si years of agr. Joliet airt hers rn the Ham page. Joliet, Ilia,, June 2ft —About seventy five quarrymen in the ('re*, eut Stone compt* ti} quarries mad fifty in the quarries of the liidls company struck Monday, and marched ever to the quarries of the Joliet 8tou< cm puny ani ba sd the msu toquit Work. Tire sheriff and a posse dbtprrwtsl Gu m and arrre **! five of their number. The ti., u want IU a day Swillvaa Fined SI .'UMI hr. Ism .'a, June %X A nj* vial frmu Purvis, Miss, says; John L Mull!van Tuesday morning pleaded guilty to tits md ut me is of prise fighting lls was flued f-VKl, which he immediately paid, and was UL rat,d He thru bed • rwrptkio. Frank 4 oilier Released. Chic Alto, June lift.— Frank Coiiier, a Chicago Igwyct, who has been held at tbs Kankakee Asylum for the Insane, on a com tun men t tor insanity, was ralcwwd Toesday by Judge Colima, who said that ha wa* not lusanw (turk lalei.<t Dividend. New Youk June 8'* —The director* of the t’uimga, Bock Island aud Pacific lf si In nil company have < lev tared their fegwLu quarterly dixi.U-iwlof I percent., pay m u Aug. I, isK.ks dose June 80, re- opeu July AU Died et Fright. Skit, Pa. Jim** A-Tbr baby son of John Terry, of Edinboro, died of fright, Th. cat -prang through th* window on to the child'* L-d, tarrying a Ute rabid I in its moot n. I lie raififit * cries of dial mw ; populi am at 8 H.5AA threw the little (ary into couvulsioua, front | rather tb-apiannting. which he died. Brooklyn’* l'»|ralsn«N. BR* )iiL1.v, July '.a - ( eitsus Mii|wrvisor hedgw.ca DHuhly estimates Bnsiklyu'* Thew figure* are it Idle; expected they wotted VUU up to at least WAI,UK) MUST BE SOLD. horsey & Mann 310 Belle street. THE HEST IN THE WORLD. Anti-Busting Tinware. Th* Circulation of sleet riel t> through the wa‘sr t< n«1»to purify It, to iii-troy inter..sc.q.icsi, atmid and vcgvUthie Ut#, to kce^ the water (Weft and Wi olesntlie Every Article Bears a Label which giv!-» ut mi'li aer an nhw*’ Ute guanin. tee agalma ru«t , I' 1 * * ware Ions iik<> ceared Ko be an experiment; eight year* <*r severe t» -J In all ctlmatre ba* or ven that It I* positively KATI Kl A ft NG. as new 0 *** ,D U ** ’ ,,,t ® r< “rP’iD ntly a* w >h\ F ir S ii ) by pins & SOLE AGENTS. A. J. HOWELL DKAEKK IN* CARPETS, CD RT A INS, CLOTHS, RD GS, Ac. OIL Our Prices WILL UK KOLM I LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- I tun in any other house in Alton. In consequence of tim GULA I' EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Bu*ioe«*g on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it it a rec-ognixed fact that we handle by far LARGER (QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTR KB BOUSE IN THE CITY. spniiu suits. I am now receiving a large and vatic.I stock of Clothe, in all the prevailing shade*, for i|)ring Suita, which I am prepared to make up in tilt Most Fashionablel Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perfect Fit, Reasonablt: Rates aud Complete Satisfaction. H. C. G. Montz. 112 Third st. .WL . fillip I j IR t liz IM; 1 11 1 is- 1 MJP iijjS Jill
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