Alton Daily Telegraph, September 22, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

September 22, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. a I .Ti )>j iii A.M ft    ,    A    I    jLi(| IfnVlA 4 It Lf IX I ■ Air fi V The Ever I Ho POPULAR JLVJC Sheet Music, a (CHAS. J, DEO CM HAST, Hole Ax*n'.) CHOICE SELECTIONS CAREFULLY ARRAN'OKIi Po B EQ I SM ET AND POK TIUC UMC OF t£aCIP EES or PHK PIANO AND ORGAN. Chopstick Waite, by.*'***    Dc Lulu Fly Away Galop, by ........ ........Wain*, Gertrud* Dream Walt*, by..... Beethoven. Impatience (RanJo Galop),by streabbog Id th# Sunshine, by ................ filar* Jack trust's Marrb, by..........Knight. Moment Musical, by.................schubert, nayful Ronda, by.............  Greene. Russian Grand March, by    ...Francis star of Affection Maiurka.by .. llartmann. shower of Hoses Galop, by..... streabbog M "    •* Wait/, by....... Wreath Waits, by   ...... Glee# Ac., Ac., Ac., AC., Ac. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. VOCAL AMD EKSTRUM IC VTAL) IST a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. CkUtloKiio I'KKU oil Application, or Mallet! FULK to am Add rt •ss. Chas. J. Degenhart, Third And Pieta sts. Alton. Iii Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGENTS FOR TURSI. Louie Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves anil Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Rooting. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pump*. New Home and White Sewing Machines; $30 each. Amenta for the Celebrate! Studehaker Fain Yaws. —FINK LINE OF— Carriages. Bingies aa! Spring Yaps Km,the Bwt ROAD CART 111 th« W«hM ,or »10 11 IWR"' Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton. III. I Inmeeaely popalar becaune tiler itrirtly flrsLrlaxa, falljr a an anted. I aUil only median la pi iee. The people are bound hest, and will have Hone bet Our prices are Hit low, d either time payments or c*>h, touters prefer. _ Call and see ss, er seal far Cat** leaves md fall lafemaUon. ESTEY & CAMP, ■ 233 State Street, Chicago. *rst. Louis House, 016 tSb 018 Olive St. Ideation th la P.per I MU Gathering in the the Victims Score. by FRIGHTFUL WRECK ON THE READING. Th* "I’Minoa Hall** Train, WUU* Rim-nlng at Lightning • peed, I, •«h*. Into a Mu rn brr of Wr*rtu-<( I .nil (ar* amt Thru PInngr% lh nu UM I Anilau k men! Into a « reek Thirty root Moi ow — Tornillo So*aaa of Kti Waring—Tbs Work ot Kes-**♦ Ofkoe l.iftaatorft. Ka ADI MO, Pa., Rcpt. ‘-W.-Khoemsksr Mille, a alation on the Heading railroad fifteen nit lea north of thia dty, wa* the scene of a terrible railroad wreck at MS Friday evening. The Ill-fated train la Nu ii express, better known a* th* Can- ! non Hall train, which l< eves Philadelphia j at 4 o'clock In the afternoon. It left on time Friday at Philadelphia, but wa* aer* j erat minutes late tearing the outer station I bere owing to the large crowds who were returning home from the Berk* County fair and who had gathered at that station to take the train. Several extra cars had to he added to the already filled coaches, an I a delay of fifteen minutes was reused When the train Was ooee beyond the nuns- 1 •roue side track* about a mile north of the city the engineer hogan making np the lost time and th a few seconds the train was running at lightning speed. A Heartrending Keene. Suddenly there was a crash, a rumbling of the passenger coaches over the ties, and down went the engine, tank, baggage, express, and parlor cars and the pa-.niger coaches into the week which borders the road at ilia* point The sight wi a a heartrending one. The escaping •team from the loco mot I re added to the horror, and but for the baggage and express ears which preoeded the passenger conches hundreds would bare I wen literally cooked alive. The clash was beard for a great distance and hundreds of people from the village and the surrounding country were coon ct the aoene of the wreck. The accident was caused by a number of wrecked oosl cars which had i bren thrown In the way of the passenger train reuse si th* Calamity. This first wreck wa* caused by a co'Melon I*tween a freight and coal train. The j coal train had pulled psst the station at J Hhoemskerivide, going south, and was running at a moderate speed, pqrt of her train having torn loose, when suddenly a freight wbikh followed came thundering around a curve, and befur* the engineer could stop his trrin it dashed into the rear of the coal train and threw a number of loaded c alcar* across the north bound j track. The Cannon Bdl express was then duo arid before the danger signal could be given it came In sight Engineer John White did all he could to avoid the accident, but without avail, and when the engine struck the wrecked coal ears it left the track and carried the cars as above mid inned down a steep e in Iran kn "jct aud precipitated them into the creak thirty feet below. Thens followed an airful so-ne. Women screamed, child ten oried. and men moaned. Willing hands at once set to work, aud within a short time thirty injured had been removed and several killed were also taken out Awful Merrors Revealed. The full realisation of tho Indescribable horrors of the wreck were more fatly revealed st da> light Hat u rd ay morning, The engine lay lo four and a half feet of water with the body of the engineer, John 'N bite, still pinned beneath IL The engine Is (tattered out of shape and Its machinery bent and twisted like a toy. The tender, luggage, mall cars and passenger coaches lie in the succession in which they left the I rack, the timbers broken and the oars overturned, pinning the un reedits I victims in A death embrace at the bottom of the river. The distance from the point witare the engine left the tracks going down th* steep twenty-foot embankment and then dashing over the rocky bed of the .river ie fully ISO feet, •bowing that the train at the time of the accident must have breo going at a terrific speed. TweMty Hedies Recovered. Th* a orlr of searching for bodies was carried na without cees*lion throughout the night. A large nu rn tier had been taken out by 8 o’clock Saturday morning. The number of bodies recovered now foot* up tardy. The body of George HL Kaerrher. general counsel for the ii -sdirig, was taken out of a «recked |airier car early Saturday morning. It was almost unrecognisable. The scene at the wreck is a ghs-tly one. A long row of dead lay along the hanks of th* river which In-Arrests as arioth*r hody is recovered from th* river, There Is a large fore* at work, but ti will bv difficult to moo th# heavy cars. Thousands have fi eked to th# scene of th* dis miter aud their aid though kindly proffered is of little service where experienced men ar* required A Lls! of th* Dead. Th* identified dead taken from the wreck arr: John F. Miller, Orason; G. ll rev n wale, mail aged, Pottsville; John Whit*, engineer, Pottsville; James Trrap-lia, fireman, Pottsville; W Ii. Shoe man. Heading; Harry Jacoby, stone cutter, Pottstown; Joseph Hocker, chief burgess, Mabody City, boloman Hoover, aged A), I‘ot t st 11 Ie; Mrs. Edward J. Fox, aged el, Pottsville; George R Ka* re lier. aged 48, ■ Pottsville, Harry toughie, conductor of express; John Osburn, Philadelphia; Mrs. J. & Frederic k*. Pottsville; J K. Fred sr-leks, husband of the above; Joseph Barnman. Philadelphia. N. C. Vandcrslyos, Pi ten i xvii I*; John Shved Ie, Philadelphia, Philadelphia ami Heading engineer; Michael Hummers, Mahoney City, Frank H assman, Mahoney City. A fun! wr:*ek nee arr*! *»•* the Valley railroad Thurud ty a tem ion, a few miles from this city A north-bound train lumped the truck. TU rs were eight or nine passengers h hoi rd. Frank Sweet, one of the shingle mill mn, was kilted. His tsaly wa* embal cd aul forwarded to hts home in Mic'ng ti v d wen others were injured, but not fit*! f. MISCELLANEOUS "CCI2ENT& Gasoline MMfl h bl IIN « igar. I Loon I votox, Hts, feepc. fit-Conductor !,»* rey and Brakeman Mrockmiller, of th* Ch tea 40 Sh i tot at Voiles Friday morning, wert endeavoring in rid their ca boons of vermin by using gasoline. Th# ga-oil ne caught fire from a cigar in the mouth of on* of the men, an explosion fill ii»v. ad and Lowrey was fatally burned and Br< wk mi lier very critically burned about the brad. N NO 92 11 1 .W—W* Statue to His Memory Unveiled ed in New York. ELOQUENT ADDRESS BV MR. DEPEW. Ms PersoHB Drowned. Litti.k Hock, Ark., Sept. ti.—Word w is Mvdved Friday of the drowning nrar Evansville, Ark„ of six persons Two famine- intend Foreman and Ranshaw, rn route for Indian territory, campal for ti»« night on the bank of a stream near town. A »t**rm arose, swelling th*stream to unusual dimensions and ingulfing the calili*!*. Four women and two children perished. Neutral Ga* C'ate’ta* Another Victim. PITT m ite. Pa., Kept. ai—William II. Belt, of Bellevue, was killed Friday by an explosion of natural gas while cleaning a cistern at his home. The cistern had filled with gas and was explode I by a light. He Pay* a Kitting Tribute af Respect to the rounder af The New Turk Tribune —-Death af a Prominent Lawyer Wha W • a Descendant of Dean Swift—Causal General New at New York —Gotham Gleaning*. NKW York, Kept. 28.—The statue of II ors re Greely, st the entrance to Tile Tribune building, was unveiled Kitttrday at ll a. rn. Col. John Hay prodded at th* ceremonies. These a en- Oj1 wit Ii prayer by Bishop Potter. Then the chair COAL. Tho Fmiiiouh GII lr pie Soft CO ti, livered at live mlnutea not I es Iii ail) quuu lily. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no think-or Cinders. Best Soft Coal Ii. the de- Y\« hi. Iii all PrlccN. HARD COAL M /.os Deliver, d at I owent Market Qualify Unsui pass* d. FROM NEW YORK TO CHICAGO. An Air Ida* Railway To Hr Guilt He- IWO. ti the Two t itle*. WIIK* Ii MUK. Pa,, Kept. 28. —A gi-gitntk railroad «c'.ieme is made public by ’I tie Kecord, a very- ■ oust-r va I iv* ne wa pa-|er. It la nothing mom nor leas (ban an air tin • from New York to Chicago. The It turd says English rn pl tai tat a ars at th* I.ta<( of it, aud also several American Keene, -rn, such aa Ka-ae I Sage, Kidney D Boo, J..cl ll ivden Sh Uo, G. Neiil, and 'I bornan IL Land Trust company. Th* j new road will not parallel other Ibis*, hut ! will run through ai unoccnpi*I belt of . I err. tory it will br ISM mile* shorter I than any other r .Ute T m road will j •tart at Jersey City, ru » fifty mite* j i h i-nigh Joy* >y, cross the IMI a wars river, AM into th* heart of th* anthracite re J (don of Pennsylvania. It will eros* an I | • vctiangii (Moines, with %ixtv r<»ad* in- : eluding lh* Midi un.re and Olin, Pius-I hun, I-\»i t W .fii# and Chicago, Wabash. i E. ie an I ('imdauati. task * IC if and West 1 Kt. 1/iuii and Kansan aru, and Tole.lo. Cit y    _____ Terrible Ksp.-rtsaee af a X-Tear-Old. Ii Cia. ox. N. V., Sept. m-After wandering in the a.,ola since Tuesday morning th* 3 y. ar oid boy of (Seorge Weaver va* found In a swamp not more than thru* notes from his home by William I cai is and K/.ra VanfJux u whit# hunt* ing Friday. When discovered the ebild was playing (ententeBy bi the mod and water, and apparently will tie none the worse for hi* experience. He was still accompanied t»y hts pet dog, which atta, ked the men as they picked up the little fellow Word wa* immediately pas-ed by signal to the (marching parties, composed of Nil person*. All are sur pr.sed ar the child s recovery alive after Ina exposure In scanty attire in the sever* rain storm for nearly four days. Gee. Mile* luke* Cum maud. Chicago, Kept. At—Gen. Nelson A. Mile*, the new commander of the department > I the Missouri, United State* army, | err.red Hat unlay morning and settled down to work in a very quiet, uneaten la Dom rn inner A party of officer* from headquarter*, (bm Williams and Col ; Corbin Hm<Mig the number, met th* general at th* Wisconsin Central depot and e-corred him to his hotel apartment*, where In* bell an informal levee during ; tile early morning Accompanying Gen, Mile* were hie three aids -Capt KU L, Huggins, First Lieut. Charles R. Gate wikmI, and First Lieut. M. P. Man*, ail of i whom hsve won considerable distinction. Are Net Lssklsi lur Trouble, kntm;rttbn, Ma. se pt, la-Th* nm-cvr- of the Illinois Miners* union, located in this city, were considerably surprised ; t« learn flout the papers that Patrick McBride was on his way to Kpriugfleld for the purpose of in*"/orating a miners* •trike They know notidng of his miming, He ha* not arrived hire and neither I hi he expected. J. B Has. the national I president, has been expected, but has not aa yet arrived, sad it is uot known that he will. Tbs reports, received from all !»artu of tit* state by Hi ale Secretary Hon ells are such ne to justify the bel bf that ther. will bs no trouble upon the question of prices, The (’lib el the Mississippi Idea. JACKSOM, Mise., Kept. Sd. —The impor teqi »ecri hi of th* new constitution tor tbs state has been adopted. By It th* | convention expect* to redoes the negro > vote sofficirntiy to b satisfactory It p ovid*** that on- quai ti-at ion for a voter Khall ie .bal he "shall ti* abl* to read any •retbn of in* constitution of tate state; j or he shalt he all • to understand tbs aam* | when read to him, or give a reasonable in ! trrpreiai on thereof." Another section I adopted provide* a senate of 45 members < and a house of (aa, which by ingenious gt-irj maud- ring ar* made bi insure the ! white* a majority In both hotises. TNK GRESLEY MAI I K man Introduced Chauncey M. Depew, who delivered an address, at the close of which the statue was unveiled by Miss Greeley. Cappa’s hand played "A merles” and Bishop Potter pronounced th# bene diction. Mr. Depew** Remarks. -Mr. Depew said, In th# course of a long and eloquent address: * “Horae* Greeley la our hest type of th. •elf made man aud of the career possible | nuder American condition. He was far above the popular Ideel, which rise only I loan appreciation of the arqnsition of ; money. He was very poor in bb youth md never rich, but lib poverty was of a kind peculiar to our people It neither '(•grades nor discourage*, it accustoms to self-sacrifice; it e I acates to fertility of r wourue; it spurs to ambition; it sternly enforces the rule of the nrvival of th* fit test It has !«*en th* parent of a majority rf the presidents of the United Hi a1 es sud of all our Laders of ptrti xand of idea*. Kl**! rifled the v >>*«-»; r>. •Tile time bet we n KW Wien Horsey ! reeD in a Ur.e way intl u r c »i ptiii.h •pinmu, an I t*V| w»** n he died, wii, ai •.'ays rrmaiu remark tide foriLemapmi ti*de of the event* w th w .ten a wn* crowd...!, Ii inhcr.t* I « r originatisl mid w Hind questions of v i-f import aura not mly to the United S ates, but lo th. world. I- was pre cnd-ieiitlv it jicetad of revolution and recons r ictim t2re*!ey died at the clo*# rf oh* of iii* moat p s s .mate and tnvennmisi of pi<-aldm, tai coot est* ll# had cl.- 'rifted the tminsr) by a aer lea of <• inc ai cl sywfi bes nu eqnnlcfi for brflv»*-e and v-r->a'«i.ty. at.d iiad been a large f»> u i>. -e I* > • I situ-der and alwise, Hi' r » felt de, .arith/ •pint lite clouds were lilt -4 a rf kb mu -trymen saw their g»dn in his life, I brit I'M In bi*death " t*es«r||>i lea ut (He at st ae I he stat ne is a rdiMul one of iuMux It rrpr« «. nim Mr Urn-- y ft-..usl and look tug as lf iii* atli to tom i.ad just t«*«n iii--trotted from the copy > f Hie Tribune which he holds in nu hsntia, Ksrfin# erec tbs statue would U* lie. rly elev. ii feet high. A plait! twit handsome block of dark poUsttwd grande form- the i*a*e Its or.ly IMC I* i (Ilion is “ilara*?e tire.Isf, Founder of The .Sew York Tr I. i«t<* * I Im weight of the stat rn* l» ale ut J iou pound* and the etitiiw tov to T.ie I rd buna i» something Ilk• tAi.OJn .Scul ptor J. Q A " aid a pent eighteen months on the work. OTHER NEW YORK NEWS. A MewsMll.twal New -psper Ari lei# Rrfleet- lag »w Mr. Pewdwrtf. New York, Kept sri—Th*- Mail and Kxpr.**e prints a • *>«•• lonnl nricle which It he*' s, "Powderly** Alleged Mch«.-m* to Boh Kttighu of Ltbir * The article aa sent that a se. rv• re*I inter db(Nttch seat i by th* executive board last Aughst ft.r j fund* to aid the striker* wa* very ob-n.ixkMM U th* 'knight*, especially in Brooklyn It b said that it b generally I believed that ti >t a doilar of tl.ese sate script tons will be devoted to th* relief of strikers on the New York C -ntral, and equally a* strongly and generally sun-peeled that tbs cash will lie utilised na a wind fall to relieve Powderly and his comrade* from Koan, tai strait* and enable them to rig th« nest general assembly ie their own interest*. Cur NCV BEFORE THE 3 C IDMI5F. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TELEPHONE 84 AND ai. JI AIR FURNACES! HARD AND HOOT COAL. r* To our friends would *«y we are now prepared bo pul pa r ol I ones. Satisfaction in every chm guaranteed na. es always on hand.    gwwrwnraoM. Seooad* iMSRd Mw- PITTS* HAMILL, : {I r> It I-: LL.K .STREET. MTOP J WHERE ? -AT- I I BOfiCDUKH’S. -AMD MT- LATEST FABRICK -III CLOTHS, W0RCE&1EHS CASSIMERES. • NO IV (itch I v. til in.it" up in tho v ly I, Tkrf KANTE MM toTTI.Kfi men employed. I defy .tit would I* Couii>eMttou. Non* bul Good work s* lid lf —— m « ■ im|v ti... - v sftrsutswt flatacf w*k K—-——- ^.-h*r advaautfs* lo    twee*    sxmp.s**.    etui bl Sglbfl «l l PIT » MKI. m pmmimtM *** w* ***** r*** amOTmMJGS. »s***rrsw% Ch tv TD    b>«** Assthsr Fatal Wreck, MlPDLKloWX, N Y, Kept. Si —An *k tm train on the Kris* road, east-bound, •topical at the Kummit switch, just wsat of Middletown, to allow the Wells Fargo express to pas- faturday W'umlng It I* supposed that th* conductor, flagman aud trainmen in the oabo.ee rf th* freight Dais Were ail aalrep, having neglected Ie tend out a flag. The result was the asprete train a* It rounded th* ourv* dashed into th* mar of the freight train twfore H oould he ran into the switch. The ca boose wa* crushed and the conductor, Cherie* I/*pp«rt and the fitgmao, WIW-tam H Du tty, w* re instantly killed aud their bodle* badly mangled. Two brakemen, John Miller and Frank liegeman, ware injured. Miller had borh legs broken end so ll-red internal Injuries, and liegeman was badly brubed about lite bead.    _ A Miehtg** Ma* Rilled. NKW OituuJMK Kept HS—Th* Ti mea-Democrat's Fine B tiff, Ark., special says; TU# tire at the Alhambra. Lo*took, bpt ft -I' is . (tidally stated that it will coal Ilk,duo to rwpnlr the portions of ti.* Alhambra which were dam ag.rf tty the recent fire Th I* anat cover* rn* re!) the (Mitchlug up of the st rupture sn that It w I. not pre-cot the appe.trsrioe of a min No no De rf the tost of re .torii, u wh*( tins lawn dc-tr -yr.> is attempted, I for the reason that th* loss is irreparable, New wai's nod corridor* din he suppliad, btu moderi. art cannot dup R-ats the p> j til liar lictutics of the origin d. Workman tm Mpp>ai *melall*m. I IjOMmuv, Kept Rf—A society of Roman I Catholic workmen has fawn formed at i H mi'- for th* purpose of opposing Ko la! i Istle duetrindt Th- |M.p- take* ait active Interest in the orgnnlx it ion. which it based on lh# line# rf hts la «*t -i»c> el ic cl tut social subjec m .“>•<«• all-ai has not rn .-Ie no tautdi bra I my In llaljr as iii G.-. iuaay and Franc.- hut It is slowly g.rloiag •trengtn, and i- occasion tig (Mime utteasi heft* to to* secular a* w di as to th* rs* Bg. a- authorities. The St. Louis Pres'.ytery has adopted re .olm.un* vigorous! / co:td«iutiin 4 the pr<.[HMal to I et * * World’* fair at Chi-cag., ops a »>•' s * • ny. Was rn Ito»M*ea>l*Mt af Dean Swift. New YmIIK, Kept. TI—Frederick & Kwift, tor many y ars mu eminent lawyer del Katurday in .rotot of heirt failure, awed 94 He wa* a graduate of Yale vol lege ta-the same cla-s ms Chauncey M, I) pew Ile was a man of hr.!'.ant talent sod IU rtcogida# t Minong lawyer* ga having no sup. rho in certain branches of th* law, notah'y q e-ti..n* of real estate and laud tenant. II’ was formerly counsel rf til* Adams Express company and enjoyed sn income of ISI I,OJO a year. ll s family connections were of the highest, and he was a lonesl descendant of Dean Swift. __ ( ->i.•»11 Geaeral New Arrives. New Yoke, k pf -•.* -John C New, American consul g i -ral to London, arrived in New York Fr day merning on tim City rf Berlin rf the Inman line, and b stopping at th* Gdsey house, if* told a reporter he . ame over to look after hts private aff tim Ila has sixty days* leave rf absence, aud will next *im» go direct front bete to hts Indianapolis horn*. As the president, Mr. Bisme, aud others of bb friends are in <dber places, he said be woald not visit Wa llington until they ratarewL (‘re.!It• It to tile Itt ttluley nill. New Yoke, Kept, At. —Charles Brice, chairman of the gold end Silver bsetera' national tariff 'Him mi it ne, escribe* the attern** rf tbe strike of file gold beaters to the .VieKinlry bill, which provides for sn increase rf duty on gold leaf of 18 lrf per cent. A (ort l»«r Mote K splusioa. WiLKt. hacks, Pw. S.pl. 21 — An ex-plosion of ga- in the Murray shaft of tbe Lehigh aud Wdk.siiarre Coal comfsny et noon Saturday set tbs mint* on fire and it is Mill burning Kl ward Batson- has been taken oat fatally burned sud there ere still four other men in th* mine whose rnecue is doubtful. ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK is t e MOST OOM PLIS TH Aver onwjgbt lo Alga* We can show you Something New ae often ae you mil Ut: OARPETSi Tapestry,    Body Brussi ln, l.igrain,    Art KquurcH, Hag or Hemp. HNT CUTlTAIKTSi Dado or Plain,    Lace or Fortier. IN RUGS) Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & ‘Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies like to ace the Noweat and Finest In Hooaa DeoaraHoaa. The Basinet way lo ara* tb«m is to Call frequently al our establishia**4, whether you wiah to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS. I AM MOW KEADY TD Ti KNISH EV EKV MAM IM ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADE rHQM CLOTHS fELKCTED XttPMCLALLY Aob J FAIjL WEAR. CCT IN THM MOgT STYLISH MAM MEH, With. Perfect Pit, AMD that will Please AII. Moritz, ;

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