Alton Daily Telegraph, September 4, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

September 04, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30.ALTON, ILL.. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4. 1800. NO 77 UN MAL FOR IIM Congress Asked to Protect the Working Women. A STARTLING STATE OF AFFAIRS. Pencil and Ink Tablets, POPULAR 10c Sheet Music. An endless varlet; ut lowest prices. (CHAS. J, DEGENHART, Sole Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS UAKRKl’LLY ARRANGED FO MIG III ET ANI* rOR THE I SE OK TI *" Ell OK rilK (More than to of the most popular shades) For Paper Flowers. Beginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc. Etc., Hook explaining the US KB OF TI SHUH* FREE PIANO AND ORGAN. I hops tick Walts, b;.    ... Kljr Awa; Galop, Ii; ........... Gertrude Dream Walla. Rf... Imminence (Banjo Galop),b; In th? Sunshine, by. ........... Jack frost'* March, by.,... . Moment Musical, Ii; liar rut Ronda, by  ......... Russian Grand March, b; ...........francis ■•Gar of Affection Masurka.b;    Hartmann showerof Roses Galop, by.    stream*** **    “ Waits, h; ...... « Wreath Waits, I*;  ...............GI    use Ac., Ac., Re , Ac., Ac. ....De lain ... Wallis. Beethoven. •Mr cabling .... I singe. . ..Knight. . .schubert. ....Greene, A *•« mortal Prepared by Mrs. Smith, Presldsnt at (be Wnsn'i National ls- dust * Ult League af Anteri**—gaasatlaa* a1 aulrid* of a Wobiim lmpl<i,*4 b; lh* G«v®rnm®ut~ A Ksnnsylvnala Cnsgrsse met) Involved—The Dog In ( ^agrees. Washington Cm, Bapt. 4— The \A oman's National Industrial Lragut of America, whine headquarters are lo this cit;, has prepared a vigorous memorial to congree* upon the subject of protection to the working women of the country, and It will be presented in the senate b; Plumb. The president of the league la Mrs. Charlotte Smith, of Washington, who is Indefatigable In ber effort# to secure legislation In the interests of the women wageworkers everywhere. The memorial wa* prepared by Mrs Smith and contains some startling stat sabots aa to tbs condition of the wax* women in various states. This Information wa* gathered by Mrs. Smith for tbs benefit of the senate committee on education and labor, she having authors- I to oollect It by Menator been THE LATEST. Third and Piasa sis. ALTON, ILI. Sapping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. Vim Al, AM* DMT J MENTAL) I*’a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy* 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. Cit twit wile FIC KH <»U Application, or Mailed FltKH to ail} A il«l re nm. dias. J. Degenhart, Third and Pitta tit. - Alton. III. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils St - AGENTS KOR T1IK--Louiz Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES Aud JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves and lianes Blair, the chairman of the committee Veritable female Slavery. Tile memorial states that In the cotton aud woolen rn ills of New York aud some bf tile New England states women and children work tea hours a day for from th to TS cents. Th* memorial cite* the cases of the jacket maker* in New York city, who only g*t Ilk cents for each garment. The memorial ba* the most severe strictures to oink* with regard to the laboring pee; Ie of Massachusetts, where It is charged that parents find It necessary to born tbs family Bibles In order to conceal the agas of their children who are at work. A quotation la glean from the last annual report of the Massachusetts com, mi**..mer of labor, who stat** that tbs re arr SWI children between the ages of IO and Iii employed In the factories, is addition to fib,* 7 girls I at ween the ages of ll and IU. tbls uu rn lier being Al per cent. of the whole population of tbs stat* of that age. Ta Reduce the Wages. A quotation Is also given from th# Ma* nae ii us® its .ruins of PW, which slates that during tbs year suguig Juris Bu, I MAJ, l.\5ms women wen* famished arith wor t at boma, aud the amount paid to those woman for the whole year wa* HP,ML or at the average rata of (.13 IO each fur SIJ working days, equal to IU K cents per day The memorial also calls attention to the fart that the 41k weavers of Bethlehem, Pa. have announced that they will ebon ly make a reduction of RI per cent In their rate of wages, not withstanding that the tariff bill gives them an average pro tee t'on of Bn j*r oent. Tile memorial con dud*-* wit Ii an caruewt appast to congress for relief from this state of thing*. A MYSTERIOUS ' HOOTING A Pretty Girl Kowml wItll a Mullet Mala la liar I Ira ast. Hup,.1 Ko Ti iv. low*. Bapt. A—About midnight two pistol shots and a woman*• shriek startled Itta guests in the Union hotel in this city. Os the pavement outside the building wa. fouu I the proetrate form of Florence W I tons, a pretty waiter ; girl. with au ugly ti ill >t wound In ber left breast, from wh ch the blood was profusely flowing. \t t annie moment ( I yds Lula, tbs night Herb of the hotel, j quickly en tens! th* offleu, frightened and baw (Idsrad. Arrest at Ik. (total Clark. Shortly afterward l.ut* was arras ted on a charge made by the girl of attempting to murder ber, l.uu denies the I charge, but say* the girl, with w rom he hod iieeu in the habit of going, wee in-aaaely jealous over another young woman, and bad attempted to shoot him ami I ben com mil suicide. As there was no witness but a small boy, who tall* an In-confitent story, the matter Is somewhat a mystery. Lull I* in jail awaiting the result of the girl’* wound. WI in Frightful Holocaust Occurs at Philadelphia. THREE PEOPLE PERIS d IN FLAMES The Kira Caused by aa Vpeel Hag a Coal Oil Flange »f a Babe and a Precipice■■ ■ A Kir, Intoxicated Man Lamp—Trigs I to I It* Mother Over In flew York Me Other A Sensational ( ase. Bt'KPALn. N. Y., Sept. A—A decided se I) >a (loo was created in society and butine-* circles by the announcement that papers bad been (lied in the supreme court la a suit for (IO,ODO damage* brought by John K Mrlraugblln against Edward U. Bu rh hard! f*»r criminal loti* mary with, and alienating the affect!nos of the plaintiff*# wife, Myra McLaugh Bu The plaintiff waa, until recently, a postoffice clerk and Buffalo manager of Tim Elmira Telegram, and Ale defendant is « menitwr of the real mute Arm of liurkhsnit Bros, and ie quite wealthy, The complainant chargee that the defend ant. by (wet, violated the plaintiff s wife tn I) tuber, IW, and that by dint of threats and lavish promises, succeeded in combining the intimacy for a period of two year* Mr*. Mel. Highth. has confr srd aud has mids an affidavit to the elT«et as stated above. salts In the Deal I. of Un. Coes on Mishaps. I'n IL A dei this. Bapt. I,—Three unfort nu.tic*, * mother, her daughter and adopted daughter, were sud cated to death end burned early Wednesday mort) lug by a ffiv at their home. l>rj and 1501 Germantown ave#na Th® names of the victims ara Mr*. Sarah McInty re aged SR yearn; Mamie M I ii tyre, aged IO years; Agues Dodgers, the adopted daughter, aged IT years A Ism I (J) o'cloc { in the morning an unknown man. who w n «jriv log along (i -rn* otto* a .avenin- us t flash of Haim- iii the mound s-. ry front room of ISdl Germantown avenue, and immediately raised a cry of fire .Home delay wa* experi.-n—ti ut finding an off! coff, and It Was (Hurly •* minutes after the ii ting; Were Aret discovered In-fare an a.arm was sent to i.i« Mrs department Whisky Canned (Ss Tragedy. The building la wb discovered la a throe Th* Arkansas kisstlss. Little Hock, Ark., acpt. A - Return* from two-thinl* of the counties received by The Gazette maintain the large in- 1 in the Democratic ma J wit ic* ever ' last year Th* tact ms is anodally large ; in the white count I--*, while opposition ' majorities ta the negro counties, except' Jr der un., show a decrease The majority j Lr Governor tangle and the Democratic occupied by the i ti ma and Cherie* th* oldest victim. rapidly that before I*artiad by the H c tue by smoke. I* the t) (awning of g bande of Charles eldest victim, whu, home at an early ho an lh utxi< ated OHM I wen baaed up at I Hon hon-* to await oner's jury. the (tamea were ry brick, and wa* unfortunate vie yes, fee son of Ikwv- spread so victim* • Nu! I tai hffey were over was en used by oil lamp in th* tyre, a son of the is h! eg,-1 cambia the morning i-i n M' iUtl re has Tenth di»l rut st a I ac.Iou of the cor PLUNGED OFF A PREC PiC£. Distressing Ars.M.nl Sc * Rah; — Th* Mather-* D*sp* rustos piss**. Purm .wi, n J. sept 4 —Mre id via R. Isffsrtr, scout) jatuie I by th na- little children __    Kl    her    (.rather    in law, M.-i State ticket will'll.ti fall bete* AGWU, and | J*™*** Iraffertfc vitdted M mal Zt rn ame a still larger dgiire is claimv-i, owing to ***rf Tuesday. Willies* .a/ 01 ti gun the aimuat uniform heavy gelt s. Th* legislature will 'w overwhelm tsh ll-mo-cratlc, thus ensuring th* re election af Jams* K Jones as United Hists* senator, he having tm D.-niucratia opposition. A SCANDAL IN WASHINGTON. Black Diamond tod Asln-sto* Roofing. Building aud Sheeting Falter. Fore®, Lift and Spraying Pumps Sew Home ami White Stswiug Machines; AUO each. Agents for the Celebrated Slitter Farm 'Hum. —FINK LINK OF— Carriages. Bailies aid Spa lapis See lite Best HOAD CART id the World for HO. Hardware Farm Machinery, Alton, III REDUCTION SALE OP a«ield* mf tke Mistress mf a (’■suey I vasts CoSfrtMMS*, Wash 1 kotov Crrr, Sept I—Jennie Borel Cookllng, a pretty girl working in one of the departments, poisoned herself with morphine al har lodgings on Iff Grist. Sh* was a twat to become a mother, and It is alleged ainu that site was the si)stress of a distinguished Pennsylvania congress man The story of th* scandal la betag talked of about the botels and in many a midnight resort. Mr* enabling, as sh* oallad bereelf,although nothing is known of a husband, cams to the capital (rem Philadelphia about sigh teal) mouths ago. On May Ut, PMR, she introduced herself et the eeu*us offlo# with letters of tecum mendel loo from two i'eeusylvsnia eon. grreamen whose name* the census refuse to disclose Three days was splinted to a clerkship at AW a year, and within six months thereafter her salary was lucreasrt ta Al,SOU •he Lived la Clever. She was a fair-ha trad woman, fresh af fees and exquisite la figure. Bbl# dressed ripen lively and in good ta-I* She frequent ly cams to the oJtoe in tbs morn lug and left it in tbs sveoiag in a carriage She was quiet sad self controlled, and it would srvrn that ake did har work well For a while she lived at (hamberlalB’s hotel, tbs mort expensive European hotel la the city sud was visited there, It is said. by tbs ooegreasniaa referred hi atwve, She I* ft Chamberlain's a good while ago, and it I* not known where she lived afterward until about a fortnight ago the began to occupy the best rooms la Oui E street. Tbls is the house where Frank Wood* died mysteriously, aud Herminie Tfaiebeult, th# mistress of Cash tor JU loot*, lived. Uuarveled with Mer (raver. t rom t his bouse Mrs. (bookling cams and went la a carriage, aud no our knew ake was a govern men t clerk. To her dressmaker, a fashionable artist* on Capitol kill, sh* one day last week said: “I ain going to Ntw York for sarges! treatment, sud when I return I am going to enjoy lift*- I hank th* J .Ord I have no boss aud no care* lur the future.” Th* following day. it is alleged, sh* quarreled with her I protector aud kept mood ii* la her rooms, , sod finally abs oouimiitod • Mickle Tbs affair is likely to eau** aa tai mon** sense-J Goo before U is don* with. Bb* is tho daughter of a let* Philadelphia merchant, oos time rich, sad it la saki that the coo j greeeuiaa met hor first la Philadelphia ; before her father had mot with financial ; reverse* and died. kill*.! lur tS*S**Mlleg Ml* W lf*. UUU aru, kept. 4 — Fred Unfits, iii yr*re old. aud living at % 3 Mouth Clark at reel, w.i* fat all) etal br-! by « et-gro named liarr; Givin* Tnmdey sight at th* co mar ut Polk and Clark streets. Curtis was * liking with bis w ife when (ii vim. passed •md in Id* ap insult lug remark lo brr, wbvB her husband jmiiiel him into th* guitar. The negro dr rn ll long k.nfv aud •prang upon Curtis, culling him eight time*, fire In tn* tank ami three tilth* left side, inflicting total sounds Givin* WM arrested. arara overlook)# f lh* helm) Ikt.l canli Witli her 15 rn >i|t(t«-*itd va . • in a child'* coach by her 4 Ie. th* co 1 *‘1 1*^- ho d me ilia aa* liar.e l. nod rt(4t|/ii •ram I lug the incline, pln-ig-d prrprnd aslant off a for* f foot preraprae tutu the canal, (uiinv.nl ty, lim start!*t mo-her in bet frautic effort • to <hv* Umr child Wa* Tired *f Ll via*. Pate asok, N. J., Be pc A—Mary Patter •oa, aged TU, employed for the last thirty years In the milts here and np to last Thursday su operative in the Dolphin Jute mills, was found de* I la squalid quarters at rn Cross et root al • o’clock Tuoeday morning with an empty toro-on Dew vial of laudanum on a chair by her able. Tbs condition of the body showed that womau had bran daw I several days Poy arty sad pride evt,tautly prompted the woman to tab* ber life Mrs. Lafferty Grl«n>li Mart. In the fall the Late Gram* entausi-i is the tntppi ig- or th. uu*c > aud Mink with It under wa cr. Mrs L»ff. rty wa. stunned ani nu*-Ie n<»*Y-»rt to »<*,■ brr--elf. Jacob B Balita aud RI * ii i I. Mnttb were worknir la an ic. J a ,big livid, aud bes rill.- (he cr.** of from th* others pl un 4** I In and re***n® I tho woman, ami ofter repeated divoti found the lif. Ira* remain, of bill* Rut , Mrs Iraifrrty reoeived re rums iaterual iii juries COAL. The Famous Gillraple Soft COIL delivered at live minutes notice Iii ii ny quantity. Burns to a Clear Gray Aivli, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal Ii. the West. HARD COAL In all sixes, Deliver* d at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed. DUY NOW, BEFORE TKE B G ADVANCF. i f U Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TELEPHONE 84 A NXJ ai. WARM AIR FURNACES! HARD AND Hour C OAL lie 17 J rr s -f s;| MI ti h 3 sr © Bald Daylight Mobber;. (ll IC AUO, Aug. I—William Nuusmaker a jeweler st the curlier of lisdison sod Ira Ball* »t rest., while oui eg at his bv tx: h Wednesday morning repairing chab wa* robbod of ssvrai gold sod two diver watch*# by a sneak thief Mr. Xuueiuuktr noticed th* thisf just ss was u lowing the show roue, sad "»4f sa effort to cup'u re him. but without aval I, til* fellow making bls raceps by running down tit* crowded street. Th* Warm eat Blasties. Ii I' MU x UTO!, VL, Bapt 4. —Pro its bl; ob* IN*roo. rat ie s*aator is elected from this county. Titers will Im large Dsmoorotic gain* iu Ute house. Thirty seven Demo erst is saran, blytm-u sir *0 far known ha vt 1 sw! 1 storied Three were only sight rap Dummer st* in lls last assembly. I Hu UM-re' league cand ids tee sod aa nasa pet tedly large number of high Haena# Republican assemblyman are elected. (tov* Half a Mttftee to Urie*. Br. Pai l, Mian-, Bapt. 4—J. J. mu, the Ureal Northern rail rood magnate, given a total of half a million dollar* to aet ahi tall a Roman Catholic theological ar rn leary la HL    Paul. Two hundred thou rand doter* will he devoted lo grounds and building* end the remaining IKM Ute will be rat aside ae aa endowment (ua4. Th* met.iUtica Is to be under th* direct loo of Archbishop Ireland. SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADIE TO OHDKK. PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED —AT— BRUEGGEMAN BRO s, (Successor to A. Brueggemau*) Artis; ic Tailoring and Gent's Furnishing Goods Emporium, 221 IM as: i ntreet. (M|r*ol***L Waahtixotok GITT, 8*pt. 4 -la th* senate Wednesday morn tog Call offered a roe olutlon, which wa* referred to th* committee on foreign relations, declaring that th* murder of Gen. Harm mite on th* steamer Ampule* by th® ambonite* of Glisten**!a. whit* under th* protection of th® flag of the United (Hates, was aa ta-wilt lo the I-♦•<>ole of the United Stat**, and deni* i gi»< I prompt set loo by this gov-•rn men I for th* redress of th* injury sod for security against the recurrence of such eases. Th* tariff UH was then token «P in tin- house, on motion of Cannon, of Illinois. Burrows, of Michigan, wa* riveted apr.< her pro too), and took the chair amid applause from both aides of the house. New Verb Waste a Brawest. NBW Yuan, Bapt. 4—The hoard of a1 dermru have passed resolution* alleging that th* recent census of th* city is defective; that the local statistic* indicate that it is deft leat to the extent of not ieee than *W.u*Jb pen*.u* aud applying to the pres! dent of tu« United Stat**, the secretary of th* interior and th# superintendent of tho ceaaue to order n recount. fire se H* or* ae tee ess Plyer. NKW You:, Bapt 4,—About IO o'clock TIM*:#? fire was dissevered among some cotton In lh* boid of lite steamship Majestic, of the White mar hue About sixty bates ut cot UMI were damaged by th* Are. Many sferrng* p*e**ug*r* who were on board were panicstricken and hurried ashore No rate was Injured. Th* lose is email Bills were passed to regulate the greeting of lento* at lint .Spring*, Ark., and bill stabbed MI* Daa*btar. New Yowl fL-pt 4.-Andrew McNeill, father of Robert M< Neill, who was murdered Iqr Actor Chorise Webster two wraks ago, was arraigned Tuesday in th* police court on thy charge of having •tabbed bi* IS year old daughter, Katie, with a butcher knife, aud was brid in ll,KIO bail (mr trial. »■. boozing the construction of a bridge acrose the Savannah river by the Middle Georgia aud Atlantic Railroad company The house then arrased*! to th* further nonsidewtio j of the ClnytiN. lUhtyUm Breckinridge I iw) a® a Blvd tor a Kl** el. CoLt MKI a. O , Bapt. 4 -—In a quarrel be tween William Willis ami a pawnbroker named Bam del Free I ender, ta th* letter's shop ber* Tuesday night, a pistol which they were scrambling for was discharged, killing WH Ha Fatal fire at Hew turk. NflW ^ ORK, .‘tepL 4—Thomas Hogan'-ci.nile* factory at eft md YJH Host K.ity-sixth street, wa* gutted Wrdurada) b> rn Are which dealroyuti the whole in*rite of th* structure. The thud fluor of the build lug was nartipiwi by M. Abraham, of th® Hoaeuiore Cigar coni'any, wbite the two upi.gr floor* were untenanted Th® fire ie saki to have b®*-u wural by on ex pl (adon which occurred iu lh* U-.rm-nt wbrre frair or five iwy* were at work at I bv tim. Two of the hors were badly burned, whil® otto Ihiuiel Kl ilea. Bgnfl lh, was burned lo deoth, bbl iewly twiag afterward fouml in the rotes Mr. Hogan plscra hie U»*» at !45,(Wh. partly I eau red, and Mr Abraham bt* Iona at *5,(DA Tbeeauaeof the fire and explosion is a mystery. Th# two la y* who were lenity burned were taken to the Roosevelt ho pita! To our friends would :i *y -re are now prepared to pol pair old ones. Ba tie f action in every case guaranteed. nec«m always on hand. in furnaces and w-Seoond-hand Fui* PITTS & HAMILL, 815 Mkiddfi S'fftECT. ITS NO SECRET. Thai our RTtN’K ie tho MOST OOMPLBTE ever l.rougbi to Alton. Lirl,ig with a llrwhew Meek. YoKKueToWM, O.Iis, B-pi, 4-Frank Hairy, a n*(lroa>i ra Mnn employ®, I* lying la th® hoepiui with hi* neck brut, -a and Iwdy para I j aul, alt bough his brain ie clear sad Ii* Is abl® to con verse intelli gently lisle) attempted to eros* a rail-rood trestle thirty ftwt high sad f«ll . if, striking on a pile of bCmiss. Burgeon* visited him st th* hospital aud diseovered that hie neck wa. t-r-.kao aud the injury to the spinal nard hod [wednee.I paralysis. While there la Huts pnatinbiMty of hi* living th* *urg«>.as sr* Watching th* cass with great interest. Tape-try, Ingrain, Rug Leashed lata a M»tel. Bauk TON, Ha, req* 4-A coal irate on th* New York, Ow*»• and Western railroad left the track se MayviHe, near i’arbondale, Tu®-day »|, and er«*h«4 into Grytr’e hotel, gRHng a named William Lyun% Who was asleep in \ I »®nt y (iv® cars evrv pit sd about the hotel l h® acchieat wa* ennead by a trois breaking in two. Wo outi show you Something New en often an yon cell is: CARPETS: Body BruHttelH Art Sq intros, ? or Hemp. TINT CURTAINS! Dudo or Plaid, Lace or Fortier. HST RUGS: Fur Yloquetlo, Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies like to nee tho N») sr est encl Fittest in House Decorations haoh-st way to see them is to Call frequently at whether you wish to buy or not. our Tho establishment, ••»ooh sod Killen to Llgfctalag. BUM'S Cliv, iowa fleet 4 - I Jghtuing •truck the bura ut fte Hartman, near Peterson, early Tues ley in .ra ng killing John Whit aer, a hired man, and burette,; th* bern A bult of Ughzuiug also stru k Dr. I (art'usa un th® head, burning a streak to hi* toes, but 'elng bim no «*ri-eua injury, na ho is now ap and srouud limn llsss bf a Trets. PHI i.a i >ki.kii i a.    Hop*. 4 —Lawrence Le*I* J., * writ know.* young lawyer of tin* idly, sod the oui) ••** of th* retired miUiouaire, ib»b*rt M Lewis, was struck sud mat nutty kill* i by a (rate whil* trussing lbs track st Ft tour's station. A. J. HOWELL. spaisG suits Mig Kellers Ie Le et ber Amido Win, He pi. 4-The lumber td logging firm of ffoxie At Meilos (alie t Wrdnew>lay morning, with liabilities of gk IKJMX I, The sorb, consisting of k>ggiog. railroads, (ember, lends and mill*, ar* j ii need m AMU,UUU. Tbs firm employed n«i me*, bul it is not llltely thai btuMu®»• will be resumed. Tira failure ie attribjt*d bu flu I trade, and wee precipitated by th* ref seal of tbs National bask, of Oshkosh, to carry th* firm's paper a »y I >ugtr. I eta now recctvfiij| a large anti eerie I sUxic of Cloth*, in ell tit prevsiiing shades, for S^rin# Suil#, which I a a prepared to make up Ut th* Most Fashionable Stvles, GUAKANTKKWQ A Perfect Fit,    J Reasonablt Kates arid Usnrsw Hill Meers the Mews NKW Y« •HK, Kept 4 — Governor Hill Tuesday n. ut a special mesranger to lh* Grant monument fund com -dtte® to say that he would to glad lo co operate with them iu any way. Th* cum mate* will meet I berede) to codebtor th* plaits pre- erBted i*y various nrehitecu. Complete Satisfaction. H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st d a _ ii->us (uariitlM her Mtvsiitasa* Si iwsrlaoars. (OUTFIT f UKK. ITS UMUTKIKa, awrraryseoq, ;

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