Alton Daily Telegraph, September 9, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 9, 1890, Alton, Illinois A LTON IM I LY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL.. TUESDAY EVENING A The SEPTEMBER I). IWK). Notorious Gleason to the Front. Again Scil ii Sopite1 Pencil and Ink Tablets, An endless variety at lowest prier,. The Iver I Art IO Pl'LAH I UC (More than fto of tho mo* pop**,    , Fop Paper Flowers. Music, (CllAfc. J, DRUEN lf AHT, Mole Agent ) CHOICE SELECTIONS PIANO ANO ORGAN. Beginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc. Etc., Bowk explain!!!# tho Lisles OF 'nssuie FREES on • i-pm-ation. t hopsack malta, by.......... My Away Galop, by ...... Gertrude Dream Waite, by ttnpatlaaea (Banjo Galop;,by In th*- Sunshine, by. .... Jnrk Frost's March, by . . . . . . Mont.nt Musical, by ..... Playful Ronda, by .... Russian Grand March, by ...... Atar of Affection Mazurka.by shower of Heme* Galop, by. "    "    Waits, by_____ Wreath Waits, by ......... *ci Ac., Ac., Ac, .... ho l.ulll  Wallis, Beethoven. Mtrsnbbo# — I.ango. Knight .. Ach u bart ... Greene, .... Francis Hartmann Mtraabbo# BRUTAL ASSUALT ON A PRESS MAN. Tbs Starer of Long la)**# oily Amuses Mlmself by Keeebln# a Nm Down -"•I Klfkiag ma ,n ,1,, r«ee—Allege# Train Wreckers Arrested—A Mil*Maker Men Minot* His Wife end Mother-In-Law -Other Crimes. NKW YOM, 8*pc 9. -Mayor Gleason, of Lon# Island city, committed an an provoked and bruUl aasanlt upon George A. Crowley, the Igmg Ial«r»c| represent* live of tho Associated Pre e, Sunday Mr. I,rot*ley stood ulktn# with a mini b r or prominent #entlemen in Miller's J/mg toi!? ul2 JHS* w>,Pt,th* mayor en-* Vn«,’    Crowley,    ex, Istmedf You are a loafer and a thief- Mr. ■wT /T    ,h* accusation, where upon Gleason struck a savage Wow la the face knocking him down. HL mayor _!' * * 'IP' kic^    prostrate Crowley ET225 ai    u<~' •piittin# bi. li^’rlu teeth 1*    a0m *Dd kUOCk,n‘f OUt Another Brutal Assault. “l*Von w« BoaHJ draggy away and wS.I »JrMK,!."4rn lnto the ««Uurai.t ii I .'Lblo°? was washed from bis . i» . .    ? Crow,*L who is near S. I »*?’ i i tlaeeea ami returned to And them. At lie entered the bar room Gleason again rushed at him and kn<a k si h rn down. Toe mayor was finally induced to desist and Mr Crowley went out in search of a warrant for Gleason's ar ret „ bill could Aid no niagiiirdt# at home. Mr. Crowley Intend, to take step. lo hare the mayor indicted. Hiatus ™E MAtNE ELECTION. « Rewarksbly y«;#» I>ay-l|r. HIU Not Vote. At otisAA, Me.. Sept. 9. —The election In f iiy aud adjoining town* was carried on with remarkable quietude. The weather was beautiful. Ullin or no active work was done J>y,-} (her party, and the indications are ti,at the vote In thin •Ty will be yer light, not over 1,000. Congressman Milliken', name Was scratched rottshtorably on acc mu; of the Small JhJrild. ur'aA i*‘Uer fn,ra Milltke*** physician .\f,mday in.,ming stated that he to h"houm f°r (lays with acute rheumatism Secretary maine was unable to come to Augusta as wnsh.si,, epim. b d** kept at liar liar-'*> **« »*»!» >Maut engagement. Chairman Manley cheered h p,ir fur him. NO 81 I I OTP J TUE RAIL Terrible Freight Wreck on the B. and O. Road. COLLIDED AT A TUNNEL ENTRANCE, th* - Glees Ac. Third and Piasa sis. ALTON, ILI. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. VIM al AXD MUTA! MCN TAL) Me a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies, Catalogue FICEK on Application, or Mild,,! Fit EE to Adtlrena. any Chas. J. Degenhart, Third and Pi wa its. Alton. III. Mixed Paints I Oils St I - A GKN TS FOH TRK -LouU Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS. ■ Oak Moves aiiu tecs Blaek Diamond and Asbestos Roodo*. Building and Slating Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying pumps. New Home anti white Sewiug Machines; $30 each. Ageota for the Celebrated Metter Faro laws. —FINK LINK OP- RUN DOWN BY DETECTIVES. Several Attest* Im Connect low with Mew Fork Out rat Wreck. Ai.nsst, N. Y., Sept. 9.— Detective Tom Bryant of the Hudson police force Sunday morning arrived in this city having in custody a man named York Reed, of eau Albany, who uhs served an freight brake-mao on the Hudson river division of the Central road. whom he arrested in Hud •on on suspicion of being one or the wreckers of the Montreal express Friday morning.    r Heed I* kept in cloes confinement at the » j I? railroad depot in this city. No-body Ie allowed to talk to him, and hie rainily are not even permitted to »•« him hnperintendent litaawll and Detective I inkerton refused to answer lion*, hut ii int to reporters sensational development*. Two Mere Arrests. .J!* 1f«wal im preeslou ie that Kent I. bald for information aud is voluntarily a prisoner. The reaeou for not jailing bim ie said to be fear of a suit for false im T![Ink,n*0.^; Tb* ,|*t»ct|ve« are ail busy and the A Homy police force is |„ UM. la,-ride* Aa a direct result of the Information furnished by Res.!, Detective, Pinkerton, Humphrey*, Devine end Jack-•un. together with the local fore# rat down two men Monday morning. The men are John Cordial. M years of age. acuductor, and John K«ar-u*n>    ■««.    a brakeman. Both are Knight, of Labor and strikers. They were arrested on warrants sworn out by Justice Griffith of Troy at the instance of the New York Central road. and charge hr train wrecking. A Light Vote et ll inyor. ICI NOOR, Me. Sept, 9 -The Ugh tost vote r-*r years was polled here and there was great m rat thing nf ticked Men who ave been in politic* for years say tiiey have never known anything like th., manner I* which ticket* were cut. The regilt Is. the city I* greatly in doubt, and Republican* are not claiming th*, city by over |9p Ht the oulsule. The prospect ie goo I for the election of at least one Democrat represent att ve, but nothing definite can be told UU the entire vote la counted Extreme quiet character.xed the ejection proceed lug*. Two Logint-er, .ag Two Fire*.. Killed awd « New.bee of Cr.    cd I., Flame*—rifles* Men Killed by a Ter-nile I.a plosion of Dynamite at Mpo-fcaue Falls, M ash. —Fatal (allision ow the JI ‘ w York feat rat Road i ^ wr-ck (x curr si at Hoard Tree tunnel ottthe Baht u *rt and Olio rid-•Gad early Monday morning Two List freights coni,|e*i et th- rut ranee to the limn*! and Violh enfin-, .nj urn <-«re were wrecked and burned up It j, known that engineer, Charles Lick larry and Dominick hr Ay, together with bo*h flymen whom names are Not known, were killed Tile body of an unknown man baa abo b en found |K tb« H. veraJ other trainmen rae§iv*.t hut not fatal injuries. COAL. Ihe I-anions Gillespie Soft GOAL de-ycred at Ave minute* notion in any quai, D- Burns to a Clear Gray Ash. no CU liker* or Cinders. Be*, Ho ft Coal t„ the WFate KARD COAL wr»-c k. serious In al! HizoN, Delivered at Lowest Priers. Quality Unsurpassed, Market At RI>l<lfiord. Bl Dux mn p, Me, Kept 9.-lh* election opened very quietly here. In the first hour* a large vote was polled and no dis luThence, owiug to naturalisation trou- S°    P°bc*    officers, i Ii J*    °r    olficer*    were stationed at the {Kill*. «i.tiin nil* IF HUI; tfu i**-kport, al 4:10 Monday •t aural railroad in which At Pertlxnd. f**HtTUAMD, Mr., Bapt. ft-At noon the H, publican ticket was ahead in six wards out of seven in this city with the indication that it wonitl hat e about I.ODO major • ly. Heed will have fully that and hap* more in HortiamL pcr- •ny quee-of coming Robert Garrett Ha* a Relap**. All LAOtArn.Lt. 8-.*pt 9 -Mr. Hubert (iarrctt I* Very ill »t this place, where Iuka* been under careful we lion} attendance fur more than a week. He had engaged r oms at Hum .urg some ten days ago and intended to proceed thither at once; hut he na* taken so iii th it he could not leave. It was n ce .ary to hire a villa for him, as his old trouble cams tuck rather suddenly, Mr*. Garrett and her father anti loci brr have been with him Dr. Jacob! ha* been in attendance, aud ex pc* I* to pull him through this relapse all right in * short time. tbs I p In the Mtlllawa. , S^fTLf- 'V;u,h - y -A mortgage for f9U,000,11(10 WM filed here on tho lines of the Great Northern and Ut Haul, M u-tiesota ami M tnitoha railway* Monday. IxANCAirrRK I»a. Sept. 9 -A mortgage for *1,9R.ogo given by the Heading and Chwapeake Coal a id UaiiroAl company of Pennsylvania, coveriugal! tim pretty of th* road in IVnusyivanla nod Mary land, n> ti,* Farmer*’ Dmri and Trust i company, wa* recor*lt-d here Monday. S^thfi lint HOAD CART 'n the World for $10. IK. JOHNSTON, Hardware Co. Hardware ami Farm Machinery, Alton, IU. Fastest life tract in FOURTH EVENT OF THE Tbs Bastardly Wife ah..afer. MiLWAt KKR, Wla, Bapt. 9-Ed R.|n ingor, a laia>r*r living at ion Thirtieth street, Sunday went to th* house of hi* mother in law, Mr*. Hamer*, and re quested hi* wife, who deserted bim mv era I week* ago, alleging cruelty, to eon* »Mck and live with him. Mr* R*ln1uger refuse*!, whereupon be drew a revolver •nd fired thro* times at hi* wife and twist, at hi* mother in law. Mrs Boo-!»g»r received two hulist* in th* head and one in th* arm, her mother receiving two in the head Th* two women w*r* taken to the I Wa vent hoapitAL Both will probably recover    Rein I ager wa* cs rn ii red.    p Malar* Assert sd Itsslt. Kpgkani FALU, Wash., Sept. 9-Whll* John Wolverlla*, a sec u on for* rn an on th* Northern Pacific railroad, wu walking on the track near Hope station Sunday evening ha inst two Indian*, who ap ties rail to b* intonicatad and turu*d aside to allow thorn to paw The Indian* ■topped him and demanded liquor. Wo I ver 11 ne said he had non* and wm about to proceed when one of the Indians named John Deer -truck him on th* head with a club knocking him seoMisa*. Bona* tim* later Wolver ii ne recovered conscious ne** to find that be had been scalped. Mu Ic id* sr a “bifer. *• Od UM WI’* Ohio, Bapt 9-Henry Mer*. man, a life prisoner confined for murder In tbs Ohio stat* prison, committed aui-cid* Sunday evening in his cell In a ne cullarly ingenious manner. Taking the pages of n newspaper, he roll*.I them into tubas, and telescoping them together bs mad* a long pip*, on* end of which bs slipped over a gas jet, and. taking th* other into hi* mouth, lay on hi cot and sucked th* ga* into hi* lung* death re suiting in a few min mea    n lf ow Mfd lipid, Flint, Mich . .iepj. W.-Judg. Bumiwr Howard died Hunday at I nearly a year of fee bi* health. he I a-, aine district attorney in Utah. wht-ra lie a**I*ted in convicting John D Lre f«*r complicity in the Mountain Meadow mOOM* re In IWTfbe w-rTed aa speaker of the Mu logan legislature, aud in I VG he was ap|K»int*d sins/ Justine of Anions In im b* raturne i u, ami resumed hi* law practios. Another l!t*o*ter un tbs Rill lh chic ITM, N. Y., S pi 9—A celli |,m bet wean |wn pit t rain* No* 19 sud w OCCUtrsd near * niorntug on the Hjg-a*,m *n Fi.idlar. of New Ysrk. wa. kills I ami K •gimwr Bra* I ley and F.r h.,- J’ ^    By mc na*, wens bolly hurt, Bradley * leg, boing broken. So pa»*ngar* were hurt. The acc! lent is attributed to a semaphore light goiugnu;. A FRIGHTFUL EXPLOSION. rifle*. Me* Killed I.,    ^ bane Fall*. Biti# ARK I Af,I a Wash,, Hopi 9—Tit* dread „I    !,,*» of dynamite at Die Won hem Pacific yarl* s dm Jay nj(<ht Wa-the nll-engro—in to,.ic of cmv. raa-*"’n 'b the city 8undav. Co rh wily |M| bund re!* to vDlt the f ae of th* d#n» Although a larg for,-* worked nu * *11 *'•* r“ck <Ii»lodg*il by th* prvin*. fora tdaat wm rem*»v,-d, no more bodle* wen* found. Th* amutter of dead found wa, fourteen. In a id ii iou th,.«e, on* man died from the . ire, ta of id, |nj,„| ^ | U s reported that two others w ho wen badly injured have db* I at thrir horn •* Many of (hora Injured wee-solely i.„rl recovery I* almost Impoedid#. G n-et.ra! Foreman Cherie. Hoi states that forty two men Wore |„ Uh. ^ ;(||() <jf that nu rn lier fl'tee,, ar.- rh-,, | vi , ,t Hr, fll I hihr,,!,t1’ "n‘' “ ,u *" ,Hr * hie to determine the wb,rr*bout. of th* other nineteen men. Of tl»Ke many (;re vHpptami lo I* burt. IJ„,li roll call th* un rn Ur of mUing cannot U determined I be List mf Victim**. H,TnrVj,,',Tin‘r lV 1U ,f th* kilMt V h« t P ii    Axtell,    ('liartex It V J i Il|ort;,M*. r. Holm. Joseph Ky, John («,; imp,. Jauir* \!, i*i„.r^)B I Koy Pinkney, Ii Vetter. J r«i»*,. a W v arrau, I-, ta* Johnson. D«u Jt« Arthur II outer 11, a*hi. Tilers W.n aiaiut Ia>umi* of giant powder in CbT NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. Turn,EPI loisri-: 84 and 31. WARM AIR FURNACES! I IA RD ANI > HOFT COAL,. which caused the rn Men*, Th* tbs Flint Tall Fail of » Cyclone at I’astua. PaKTo#, IIL, Bept. 9.—A heavy windstorm. a* (Him p.* nisi I by rain. oocurre*l here Sunday afternoon Chimneys were bkiwn down, houses moved from their foundation* ami building* badly wreck#*! Th* principal damage wM done to the Congregational church, the st**pl* of which wa* blown off and driven into th* roof, the punt almost touching th* Hoot. Fbsni Fight at Msltfaa. Halifax, N. B, Sept. 9 —The war ship* Comus and Buaaard attseAsd th* harbor fortifications Bat unlay. The Weal Riding regiment, th* Halifax garrison artillery and tit* Royal artillery defended the work,. Heavy firing wa* maintained for half an hour. tusking a grand display which was hugely enjoyed by thousand* of spectator* ashore and on the water Wee**’* Loeb R.gbt am It Stands UfltDot, Kept. 9. —A sensation ha* been Mused among trades union men by th* rmult .if th* prosecution of Frraident Inwood, of tbs National it • >* .riskers’ union, OO s charge of atternp tag rn influence the manager of a fac. ny st Daventry to join th* striking employes of the establish meat. Inwood wa* convutad flued Itll SAX) Ida it,, o’clock after charge of lh* I^Tad'hUih^'^.t^utl - iu ,Hrft       -HbZSiZ'S prapsre the bias)* ani cl,ara,- .hem st the hours of Isl noon nod 0 o’clock nft*r the nii-ii have left work ami gum- }' M*e* of safety. In ibis can*, however it "•cuts that on* blast nod hmm pram,ted sod Foreman C McFasraoo wa, prejwr work r^“    h,M,    “,l    Buished work and were putting on their coats and picking Yip their lunch palla ready to un U> their I tunes when they met * horrible aud tiii*-x(M cled death Either the rock wa* too 1,0; fro® lbs sci iou of drills, or else tamping cxplo-imd th* smmod blast ' and that exploded th* first. A Terrible Seems. JnS.riur-M.'r, “"‘j;1"" rw» a. pwnalt) with hto life. Th. man who •mod lte*i.,e (Ira man who wa, lumping •soups*! with -hghi bru.sea, although 90,. ft*> cubic feat of rock were hurl* I »„in. .Ired* of frat in every direction Another man who was near tits deadly blast and who wa* supposed to he dead wa* shortly after the *xpl.%ion in 1 eroa#d condition walking arnuud S S rn si F lr h To our friend* would nay we are now nreoared t** ,mi pair old ones. HnUafucf ion In every ^e guarAnuid Mo— Alwayt on hand.    guar an Lend. in furnoeo* and rn* Second-hand Fur- PITTS Sc HAMILL, Bl-V DI-:i.l.E BTH EMT. ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK in w..bow jo,    ••    *““»• bi* clothing tom to shreds 0*99 MIM ' In^rUlll’ wera at work in the adjoining cat. and st oooe were on th* scene of th* accident and began with nick and shovel to hunt for the buried bodle* From ail over tbs huge mas* of upheaved rock groan* and •brisk* leaned, sud the air wa* filled with ^ “olm* .Ud th* app**!* of the wounded and dying. A short half hour Md all was still except for th# w.rklng men, who worked late into the night rte mov.ng dead bodiea. ^LTap^try, _ 1 Hag and SEPT. 24th AND 25th. $1,250 in Premiums. and ParUcu- For Programme of Races Jars. Inquire of C* A. II KUB, Sec. • Alton, III. Tm Fill Urseklnrtdg*** Tse! Littia Itta.®, Ark., Asp*. 9. —Oorsrnor Eagle wtfl im u* a proclamation shortly calling a special election in tho Second Arkansas oongrensionni district to fill th* vacancy caused by the ousting of Mal C R Breckinridge by tk* Republican majority in tbs house Th# date of th* special election wUI b* Nor 4, th* time fixed for the regular election in ail the congressional districts. K nicer Bitty Cm mph ms sa Is His Wife. But MX, Bapt. 9, —Count Haysntiow, president and other Bch is* wig dlgnatarts* gavw a banquet to Rmpsror William at Cincha burg. Replying to toast*, th* em I»ror expmmd Us grnUtud* rn Ac nim-wig tor th* gift of th* Jewel now at his side Th* empress, he sold, wm a model wife, who, more than any on* eta*, helped him to fulfill Joyfully his utah* a* sovereign. A Fright fa I Mo** mf Delude, RociikstKA >•' Y .Bept, 9. —A dispatch from Honeoye Fail*, to Th* Herald says that Artemis Bennett, a farmer living nmr that village committed suicide Ban day la a horrible manner Usa nett out hi* L«**l* open aud pulled them out and •tamped them on th* ground, and afterward* cut his throat. Temporary in-Malty. IHsttilery Re*(rayed by Fire. Cniovtowx, Ky^ Br pc. a—Th* Blob distilIrry, at this place, recently par-cbaMai by th* .Mutual Distilling oomnanv of i'Liiadclphia, was burned Bandar morniLg I he bonded wnre house ton-tabling lgttW Urn-1* of whisky, sud the granary, containing a quantity of wheat •"dcorn, w*ra raved, ihe total lo** is Keiperur Vt illlsim’s Iroaatlea. V1KXX4, Heft. 9—Th# emperor ho* contributed nearly Ho,(WO for the benefit of the stiffen n by the recent flood* It i* elal died that the appropriation* made for the purpose of providing for protection , against floods bos Wen Inadequate un i th* niggardly policy of th* finance mini*. tar is ssVereiy condemned. He Veiled tow Merry. Tonosnro, Out, Bapt 9. - William J. Mr!-cod, who wm sentenced to forty laebsa, to Us given In two in* tai I ut en to, aud two yrara impriauomeet for criminally assam-.ng a IGM* girt, raw)ve< 1 the first installment of the cat ^Saturday. He took bb punishment poorly, yelling p,r nj*ray at every stroke. A I4-Tr*r-t>td AmsmI*. KagoOMVILLg, N. Y., Kept 9.-Charles Graml»o, aged 14, murdered bls adopted sister, Knee Grain bo, aged 9, bere Hat ur-day. Young Grambo loaded a shotgun with Mad and gravel and, platting the Utmuia olm* to Hose * head. flre.1, kill lug Imr instantly. A cakiest at a FuueraL RALTinogK, Sept. 9.-A aer,nation in the Pikesvi Ie Rapt Ut church Munday WM caused by a section of the floor giving way while th* funeral of Mr*. Sarah Pl iJoraoy was lo prr»greaa A daughter of th. dead woman, U»# un iertaker. and two pall brarar. srara pracipitate I into the cellar The other paii bear*?* prevented' thecoAn from going entirely down, although it wm tippml almost on end. Many persons, thinking that tue entire church WM about to fall dowu. rushed for th* doors. Th* clergyman managed to yirt lh* crowd *fl*r Which thew, IB a and those In the ralUr were ext rivaled from tbs timbere. Mr. Wagner woe badly bruiM-d aud hi* shoulder was dislocated. Th* others wee* not much hurt Kilt*# by a M *d Mutt I 4jf'°“WAL‘- L>h>0' Bapt. 9 Sylvester | Miles, a prumiucut funner of Hsrtiaod township residing at Woodford station on Uie Wheel lug and l^k* Kris road while |>s-,lng through hi* field with a basket on his arm wa* gored to death by a Durham bu IL Th# body w as badly bruised by the infuriated animal. I Ive Were Drawn#*. Powmiih:tm. Ohio, Sept, ft-A party of traveling men who have just returned from a pleuure trip to Johnson county Kentucky, Iwiug news ut th* drowning Sunday af five por*ons by th* upw)tt|„g af a soihII buat whit* attending a Uprising. th® MOST _____ New a* often as you call la* CARPETS: Body BrimelH _ „    Art    Squares. or Hemp. 1. . CURTAIN’S: Hado or Plain,    Uco or Portier. KIST RUGS: rur Coquet to,    -Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloihs, Wire and Cocoa Nuts. Easiest way to eeT*'“ Hotwe Decoration*. whether yoii a .sh to buy or ta '* C?aU frt^UMnUV our alwSSbbtn^L A. J. HOWELL. SHUM SHITS. prevailing ma*, for Spriol MgM l'.‘'n' p'-epar.aw    up't', Im Most g^^ionable (tUARANTKKiNG * A Perfect Fit, Ncms Ie ate* ta Caagrees. XKK. Bept. 9 -Col. John I* Mitchell wm Monday afternoon nominated for congree* by the Uwnocrata of th* Fourth district, which inc u-ies th* «Uy of MUwatUtM. A Rom- Hall Ft peri WU* “Selgiare* “ HlTFALO. N Y., Sept. ft-Pitcher Had-duck. of tit* lJudalo dub, bra been sue pended without pay for an indefloit* period 11 a< id ack has hweu iayiug -iff ,,n •ecoaat of an alleged Umu leg but Capt. Faat* claim* that Hraidoek dixiiko* work. The Mac- Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. ■I*ae iv ■) Freud- •Iceti*** in bulgaria, which took - iv, ie-ailed i* a triumph for * t‘»*il<dE ;

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