Alton Daily Telegraph, September 30, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 30, 1890, Alton, Illinois P dr*-*- 4:    ’ ■ * -1ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUMK HO. ALTON. ILL.. TUESDAY EVEN!VO _'    *    *    -*■    •*—    •    -K-*    »    .*    v    VS    y t! P I VIM' I « IM I TiAI HI' GREAT it# Wo have had manufactured for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the East) complete Line of the LATEST BEST STYLES. and PAPERTIES. (BOX PAPER.) These Matchless Goods’ are now under way, and will reach us in about IO days. W'We have cut deco into tho prices of our present stock, and offer you same at root OWN PUCE. are Remember all oflr goods open to your Inspection, arni you will every article distinctly find each and marked in I Main Kiguresi. DECENHABT'S Plant of the Anglo*American Proviiion Company. the origin of the fire unknown Miaetv Thnuatml lln(* Centum*,! bv IS* I lainThirty.Two Tanka af Lard Et. plod# Ona Altar Anni bar-Th* I ira,. Which ta Over Hall a Million, rally t'nrrrni by lnauraaae—A Peoria, Ilia., Church la Kula*. The Ever I On POPULAR HJO {Sheet Music, (CHAS. J, I UCG EMI A UT, Sole Arent,) CHOICE SELECTIONS GAKKVPILY A It HANGED fu ^ EQ III ET AND roil Tine IMC or TI EIS or HIK PIANO ANO ORGAN. Chopstick Waits, by........... Fly Away on lop, by  ..... Gertrude Dream Wait*, by.... Impatience (Banjo Galop;,by In tie- tuQihlM, by    ...... Jack rn,ars March, by  ,. Moment Vinal cal, by ...... Playful Ronda, by ......... Ruaalan Grand March, by ...... star of Affection Maiurka.liy .. Show ar of IPmk-s Galop, by..... "    *•    Waltt, by ..... W ret th Waite, by  ......... ic-. Ac., Ac., Ac. .... De Lain ......Wauls, Beethoven *t residing .... Istnge . Kntabt .. Schubert. Greene. »,..rrsncls Hartmann. Streabboa ..Glee* Ac. THE LATEST. he Stepping Stone, by Sidney Roienteldt. VOCAL ANO IN STRI' VI KNTA I.) lOcaOofJ. GREAT OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies. Mi los Third st., cor. nasa. ALTON, ILL. Catalogue Kit KL on Application, or Mailed FICEK to any Address. Chas. J. Degenhart, Third and Piasa Ste. Alton. Ill Ready Mixed Paints I Oils St -AGENTS FOR THE— Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS. darter Oak' Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building aud Skeet-Ing Paper, Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; #30 each. Agents for the Celebrated Stutter Fan fans. CRK AUO. Sept. HO.—Three building* of the graal plant of the Algo*American Provision company at tbs -tuck yards-the phi king house aud ware bouses K, F and B—were destroyed by fire Sunday morning early, the flames not being en tinily subdued until noon Suuday Be sides the buildings ths following prop arty wss destroyed:    Kins thousand dressed boga, 000,000 pounds of sausage, sod the product of 90.000 porkers. Ths plant was only recently purchased by sn Kngilah ay tidiest*, sud was running with * fores of 1,800 hands, all of whom are now Idle just aa winter is coming on Tile loss is estimated st *730.001 being divided aa follows: *500,000 on sides, hams sud shoulders; *75,000 on dressed hog*; •tin,OOO on machinery, and t»i,00l) on buildings. I bt loss la entirely covered by inaur snw ll J. Straight St Co , 150 lot Salle street, say the entire amount ta placed in foreign companies. The plant was Insured st ll..Vt),IOU. The First Alarm. The conflagration was one of tbs fiercest the fire department ever had to battle with. No one seems to know how the blast- started, but Mr. Fowler does not be liave it was of Incendiary origin. Flame* were first discovered at 1:80 o'clock in the engine room of the packing bouse. The first alarm was turned in by Ham Shapiro, » boy employed during the night ass driver. When he saw it the winds int* riot-of tbs packing and engine rooms was in a blase lie ran to bo* No. 8,1:9. a' Packer’s avenue and Transit street aud i pulled the bo*. As soon sa the firemen arrived on tho scene s "4 ll" alarm was turned In, calling out nineteen engines A little later a special call was ma le for seven more engine*, end twenty-six were soon throwing streams of water on the biasing buildings. Kl pl,,,loo* of Lard Tanka The firemen worked against obstacles from tbs start. Water had little effect ob the grease soaked floors, and the firs soon (•oohed the Unk-room. where thirty two tanks of lard were located. These ex pits led one after another with loud re ports sud ths bolling lard burned fiercely. The heat was so intense the firemen were continued to work at a distance. Ths pocking room is about 50*150 feet, and the whole Interior was biasing when the firemen reached tbs scene in moons# to ths first alarm, The Hamel spread to ths oooi room adjoining and ootnmenmd burning th* carcasses of tbs hogs hanging there. In the room were it,top bogs, aud they burned like oil. Water was runless lu fighting the Are, and It seemed that nothing could be done to stop th* conflagration. Th# roof fell lo about an hour after the firs started and tbs conflagration became more furious. The bisie lighted op the heavens and rendered everything lighter than day. Scores of firemen directed a hundred streams (rf water into Ute burning acres of lard aud meat, but with lit tis effect dour* aud ware carried away by outsider* who had arrived. All the fire engines in the city were callid out but the church and its contents were totally destroyed. The bulldmg wa* a large frame structure, erected about seven years ago at a coat of *0,000. lbs organ, carpets, and furnishings incensed its value to *10.000, on which there was an insurance of *7,730 in five compo mea. Fortunately no oue was seriously injured in the mad rush. The fire spread to residences near by, but these sivod. Tho Awful Deed of a Greedy Father COAL. ONLY A BRIDE OF A FEW HOURS. were A Hon fir* of Whisky. Madison, Ind., Sept, aa —The old stone Yare house of the Richwood distillery, situated in Ken tm ky, opposite this city, aw destroyed by firs Munday afternoon. I he house contained l.hx) barrels of tax-paid whisky, ail of which waa destroyed The property and whisky belonged to la-vy Ar Brother, cf Cincinnati. The fire department of .Madison crossed the river nd succeeded In waving the distillery sud adjoining were house which con tamed over 7,000 barrels of whisky. The firs originated In the brick yard and e communicated to the ware house by high winds prevailing at the time. RESCUE OF THREE GIRL8 On Thai* Way tn Bourne Mamba,-* af a Disreputable Hoes*. Thor, N. Y., Sept. SO -F. F. Donovan, a member of the state board of arbitration, was lounging about the New York < antral depot Sunday morning, waiting for a train, when hts attention was attracted by the suspicious actious of a fashionably dressed woman, who was accompanied by three girl.. He watched them closely, and woe satisfied that something was wrong. In a little while he hod .cen the woman bay ticket* for Albany, and ♦ben for New York. Then he questioned people about the depot, "and teamed enough to intisfy him that It was his duty to notify the police. r°n Th*,r w,7 *• !*•» York. Mr. Donovan aent for sn actor, and the woman who gave her name aa Eva L<* was taken to the police station with the three girls. A little Instigation dis I closed tile fart that th* girls, who were Cerris an » Kiltie Campbell, .Utero, and Mamie Osborne, the latter only I*, years old, were on their way to New York to become inmate* of a disreptuable bouse. I ne w man and girls were locked up hath of the throe girls ha. a good home in this city, and their parents ars respect able people. They seemed quite pleased thai they h**l qui iron* fa New York, bul are, nevertheless, in low spirit*, caused by the fact that their waywardness will I* generally known. —FINE LINE OF— ems. Bullies id Sprint Nips See, the Beet HOAD CART in the World for I til. I. IL JOB! Hilt Cl Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, Iii Fi-Awisros ll Are Immensely popular ere strictly ilrst-cln**, fully warren find BUU only medium la price. becense (hey teds I Are the hest la (be world, and hare led •ll ethers fee years. Over ase. The people are bound hest, and will have none but Oar yr’re* are the lowest either time payments ar canli tenters prefer. Call and see as, er scad for taffies and fall informantu. ESTEY & CAMP. ■w; i 233 State Street, Chicago. "St- Lo Ll I a House, 016 & OIS Olive St. Meetlee till* Paper Hunting of Malt BTesla. The wast wall of the peeking house fell soon after rh# roof went down. On a switch (amide tbs building were three freight t aro, and th* falling bricks crushed them. No other well fait, but two ate uow in a dangerous condition, la the basement of th* building was stored sn immense amount of salt moat. This caught fire. and while ths flames wars not furious end were prevented from hissing high they destroyed ths sides, shoulders, and hems stored layer cm layer. The roof and floors covered th* smouldering meats and kept water from reaching them, and the firemen were busy all day Sunday with axes and hammers In removing ths m ****** of debris that hindered their work. Th* building that burned is a pert of the plant that wa* recently erected. The entire scries of buildings wa# under one roof and surrounded by a high walL This kept the nightso-rs at a distance, aud _ few policeman were able to keepevsry on# out. I hoaaasds went to th* seen* during the day, I rut they could see nothing aud dill not linger long. Will Beaume Opera! law* Ta cedi ay. At ll o'clock Monday morning the Ara at Fowler Bros’ pecking establishment was entirely out, and there was left a MMB of smoldering rums, tbs stemth from which does not rise to the heavens, but bang* in toe atmosphere, offensive to the nostrils. But two firs companies were working upon the ruin# to subdue soy lingering blase that might start out afresh, while a large fore* of men sr# engaged in clearing away ths debris, so that the work of rebuilding may start st ooee Fowler Bros. have engaged the packing house of 8. W, Allerton and will antu mon ce operations Tuesday morning with 3,000 bogs on hand. Ths fores of men to be Immediately employed upon ths work is Bot on yet determined upon, but as soon os ths new plant can be completed th# old fore# of employes will he rehired. No paper has correctly stated ths loss, which will be slightly under POO,(IOU. This tutor matt n is obtained from tbs firs insurance patrol, and white their report ie not entirely complete it is sufficiently so to make a conservative estimate. Fowler Bro*, state tkat their new establishment will bs ss perfect as mousy eau secure sod the old plans will he modified and en target upon. Work will be expedited aa much as possible, and white no date ta stated when everything will bs completed lh* lime will not he far la tbs future. Th* Italian premier Interviewed i' a his, .Sept SU.—Is an interview with the Ib«mc correspondent of Figaro, Premier Cri.pi denounced the attitude maintained by France toward Italy, Aa aa ll lu.tratton of the unfriendly policy of From*, the Italian premier instant*d the annexation by thai power of Tunis de spit* her nrombwM to the contrary. Signor Crisp! defended the Dreihund negotiations for the renewal of which were still pend lug. and declared that there wa* no dan gar of war unless ll was sought by rratios. The premier regretted the nee** shy which existed few maintaining and increasing ths enormous armaments of toe European powers, which he believed could only result In the ruin of Europe end tile great advancement of the United State. Cl,arle* Bettor* KIU. IID Mewl, Married Daughter awd thew ('amosite Suicide —'Tea Indians D <iiC«,ron«ly Wound ml by a Drunken Man-Bow Among Kenney I vaain Italians, Ob, of Which la Oerloutly W mn I •«*, Lacon, IID., Sept, 80. — In a little cot tag* In this city It* th* dead bodies of a father and a daughter, the latter a br bin of a few boun. I Ast M .y Charles Seifert and ruttily (ame to th-, city The father aud daughter were employer! aa weavers b» the Lacon woolen mill*. A young Englishman named Joseph Baxter was also employed la the mills and counad tin-daughter. M.try, against Hie father's consent. The iou ag man d*v#r called at the house, but managed to Ute th* girl •rocwhere, and the young people finally bees n» engaged. I-tat Wed teed.y cern-lug Belton. bist the young couple out walking, abused Baxter, ami threatened to k ll loth and shoot himself. Th# Marring* of the Daughter. ID vier boarded two doors from Hatton sn«l Saturday night he and Mary were martini there by a justice of th* pear,.. Hvifcrt when b* heard of thU went to the bou-e and aahed to see th* marriage cer-liflrate This being alto wa him be warned aatiafled sad told the young wito to lU hnu'® Hnd Kd liar trunk, which she did In company with Baxter. Sunday morning Seifert aunt a little daughter Hi Hinter wi h th* information that he wDh# I to tee •rite reconciled with hi. eon In law ami would ap.dogix. to him f*r t brunt» «m<|    intigUH^t* Unit*? went over and Mel ten treated bim kindly abow e I him where be hail made a record of (he marriage in the family Bible, and tvqHealed bt u to Jet Mary cora* home. Baster c lieut d. sod after much path suasion M try, who Monied to be very much afraid, went, She passed into the front room with her father, h-r slap-mother r-mauling in the kitchen. Mar> bail not teen in the room five minute. when a report wa* heard, followed by another. and neighbors, attract*! by (he scream* of Mr. Sri ort, rn. ber I over to th* holt-S aud found fat I.cr and daug- tor dead wit mn two (eel of rut. b other. A don be barreled brr- eh loading shotgun ■ a, by Nnfert’s »i lo Th# callas OI th* tragedy IS said to have h*.rn Seifert’s an «vr at tieing deprived of his daughter’, wages The Famotia Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice In any of the city. Burna lo a Clear Grey Aah, no Clinkers or Cinders. Beat heft Coni ii, the West. HARD COAL In all Mizes, Delivered at Lowell! Market I rices, duality UnourpaHBi d, Buy NOW, BEFORE THE B E (DUNCE Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TELEPHONli H4    A NI)    ai. WARM AIR FURNACES! I'M th* Hearer af a Grier awe*. Cl.KVkI.AMD. 0„ Bapt aa-A J. You, chairman of th* grit-vano* committee of IxM-oniotive engineer*, who cam* her* Saturday from Fort Wayne, was Interviewed Sunday evening it, regard to anticipated trouble on th# Fort Wayne roads. “I am (bv* chairman of th* board of adjustment of the Brotherhood af Locomotive E„ ginre for the Vanderbilt line*,* he said. I came to thin city on private busine**. and os to that dispatch, it b without foundation in fact Th* grievance committees meet annually, and one of them is now lp *e*»i in in this city. Only roo ti ne bual-nee# is now (wing transacted.” The Rreeler Italian Weekly Mow, H Almost, Pa, Sept HO. -There are iw . faction* of hoi .ans In thi* oily su ( *ur rounding country—those who belong to a •arm order, and ' bo** who ar* opp ee l to ll Saturday night both faction* mal at a rem nod began lo Ugh*, ami for * time thing* looked desperate. They wire final y ejected from f-he hell and renewed (hr fight on the street Th# amt so duty nim were y,c orion* Our of (hem. wl,lion his way home on th# outskirt* of town, uvea fired up- n from • ut bu «h. and hi* hod', aud limbw riddled by Ie i <*h trg#* of biol •hot Hr had a miraculous    SI death. TD our friends would say wo Bro bow pro pared ho pal paw old onei. Satisfaction in every (mum guaranteed noon# always on hand. Im famaosNi awd re* Second hosed Ffcr* Twe Indian* abet by a Drank** Man. Bl tea Hi van Fall*, WD, Kept «i-Mark Greene, an iutetligeni young In di«n. rame in from the cranberry region* near Scranton on th# Green (toy rat! rood Saturday Morning, aahing for a w an at*! for ll,* arrest of a drunken man. who shot and d mgero i-ly wound* I With a doubt# lntrrwiied shotgun Frank M kr and Wait# Taunter, two Winnebago•«, bo live at the Indian mission no* fat from (his city. The aboottiig, he cia-ut* was unprovoked. PITTS & HAMILL, ais BKU .BJ BTRKKT. STOP ! WHERE The Celebrated Ttld.a H UI Coe*. NKW Volta. Sept «L-The neuter* of th* late Samuel J, Tilden have appealed from th* decision of Judge Beach, of the supreme scurf, bolding the Tilden trust claus* for the establishment of a large library in tbb city invalid. The case will now go to the general term of the supreme court, sud subsequently to the court of appeals. In the first trial Judge Lawrence sustained tho will, but ou appeal the general term reversed him and or dared a new trial, which was before Judge Beach. •wits Against (wading striker*. Bixor AMTOX, N. Y., Fe pc *>.-Three cigar manufacturing Arma Saturday brought actions against about thirty-five defendants, Including the publisher and editor of The loader, and leading striker*, to restrain them from encouraging the strike Patrick Quinn, a strike tauter, teas summoned Saturday to give testimony preliminary loth* issuance of a warrant, and upon refusing to anssrer certain questions eras Imprisoned W. Annite sag siesta la hart Lindon, Bapt. MU—Monday morning -Mc A al: lf- aud Hie vin surrendered them-•Wives to the polit* end were arraigned la the I vial U th polios court charged with having committed a breach of the peace Previous to thdr surrender the men bod learned that the authorities Intended to prosecute them for fight.tiTm* »ri« outre were remanded until Friday. Kith man w-,» r< quired to fural*h his |»r«<»aal surety In kl.CXD, ard two hondsuten each of whom must qualify for £i,Ouo Th# sporting fraternity, who hod beau in •gouy of anticipation for months over (Im Mf.\ ii Ii flu Hi av i ii m<**t t rs*, mr* no* lo a highly disgusted frame of Mind over the brevity and tameness of the mill for which they had planned and risked so much and for which they paid such extravagant soma. It is claimed that AfcAuliffe's poor showing wa* due to kl* having te-n weakened by too fine training tu the effort to reduce bis weight. —AT— E. L BOHCHAirs. -AMD IKM MT- LATEST FA lilt ICH -IN Which I win make up la the very I.ATNXT RAMTKRM OTTUM men employed. I defy all Would be I otupetitlou. CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASIMERES. •HO Moo* bot Good Wark-se ltd lr ITS NO SECRET. Three Mea Ooahed ta Death. PITT ex mu, Pa, Bapt. ag-Tbs wall of a tenement boun* adjoining the tannery of Jam*a Callery St Ca, River avenue. AU** gheny City, toll with a en burying seven workmen In th* ruins. At th* Whlppiag Feet. WILM I SOTOS, Del , Sept. am-CNM loo* culprit -.total pi Bur tel for on hour In th* ruin and it ft ar want baign! th* post white Miter if Alfi n laid on thirty    at i Ne#in-ti# jai Batnrday morning. Ii #»« K tarted Urn by, a ne^ru. who had i bren •-utivic’ed of asaaulti'tg Mn \farg*. ravenn* an* I V tll4km' * »•*»• worn »n t he eh*r IT r aveuue. Aile pit#,I the cst with More than usual vigor. •eh Saturday. I bot n*> binal aa* unwit. Danby stood • t m „    .    I" rulna I th* orth- ii wit mw ll vrni tg. then bemired wr ,uk*n ,,ut ^ * •*** * '*>****> Matthew Vuawell and Joseph Yogi* died ; ceil laugtung That our 8TOC We can show you Bon. Hut MOST New Ari CC' RTR over Drought to Altun, you aall tm and went bock to his within a tow minutes after resetting th* hospital; Juaaph Mack twits sod G-orgs IU. I way were seriously burl, sod another mon employed on the bonding is missing CAMPETSi Tapestry,    Body BrmMoia Ingrain,    Art Squaros. Bag or Hemp. HVT CURTAINBi Dado or Plain,    Laco or Portier. IN RUG-* It Fur Moqnette,    Sinyrri & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. FLAMES IN A CHURCH. rive Deetreys th* Ore** Trashy ter I aw H«tiHc« al raorta. Hie. Pi.IU A. ilia, Sept SO—At IO JO o'clock Munday morning th* Grace Presbyterian •bu reb mt Madison avenue was bu rn sd to the ground Tho sd I flus was filled with people, and the first warning they had of im pending danger waa the falling of a portion of the roof. Tbs fire had caught In ths loft from th* furnace fin* nod hod gained good hoodway before it was discovered. When th* flame* were noticed greet consternation pre va, led and there Woe sn immediate stampede. People rushed over each other in their frantic •nd'-avor* to ascape, sod me% women and children jumped from th* high win I II Im.,ie Mel* Pair, PADWA Ilia, Up*. IO -Th*    fair opt-iird up Monday morning with bright pro-pvfte fur th* most elaborate and soc-cre-ful • (fill iii,m ever held in this stet*, •r an O’ the Maoism country. Tnt board ti a, rod ire are all bere and ar* ready «tmo lait th* large crowds that -    ....    ^    ,    are tSleeted to vtoit this city. Peoria Is Wilmington Cool company' n "^i ^“^ate ov*r Af the in mere Kov I IfcBryd* soys this lawn • to cj*l practically settles th* matter of a strike    ____————. in northern illinois and possibly In tbs    I    »M»    w«rhe    view*    I>. Lndioo like to tow* th© Newest and Finest in Homo I tee rations Kaajcot way to ae© them is to Coll ' whet (tor you wish to buy or Bot. frequently al our Tho eokabitshuwat, Will Grawt lh* Men's Dr mantle. t PRI no FIELD, Ilia, Sept. KI-Patrick McBryde, of tbs executive committee of th# minors, returned from Chicago gun* J toe... day, where he had a eon tonne* with A. L Sweat, president of the rveu more (hon had state I in.-im nu, Pa, ttept. SU.—A special (lorn I oron lo. Ok lo. say* the Attn# Torpedo t <mi|>any'« Murks on the West Vlr- C'oedliloa af MelloaO's King. TIE Hauck, Kept. WI—The condition of i -    .    ,, -    *    ----------- the king of Holland, who on Saturday    Gfiio    eiv.    r    was    blown up a relapse, has become of tho !    ,    f    maru,n*    ""d    Dalph    fichoeff, aa ap##, aaa recoin* of the „Iip,„r, wtlo tu kIom glycerine, killed Port ton* of BchoeflTl body were blo mu acio s lite ruer. Th# loss la in.uiu. tbs suffered gravest character. Dr. Roaenstain. famous rn cl teal expert of leyden, has base summoned front thai city to the king’* bsdstd*. A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS. I AM NOW KEADY TO VT'IS trill KVMKT MAM IM AI.TuK WJTQ A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES. Th# Nihilists "Gut Left." ST PgTEitkiiruu, Bapt. to - A train on which it was believed that the roar would trave' from to Peter-burg to Wars* rn na wrecked Saturday by *■ liking a aumter crf Nii*|«r« which has b • m placed (HI th* track- The cair wa# nut on the train Aa Ks Gwvrrwwr's Deaghter KaiciAe*. llvpk Pauk, Mom,. Sept. to -Mra Ha) es, wife of Dr, (Xiarie* C Ha vs*, drowned her* lf iii th* Neponset river buud iy morning. Hhe was AO years of »gc Her body, which was recovered, will ta taken to Madison, Win, where her tether, ex-Govsrnor Mills, of Wlsoon sin, ret dsa made ru m currno akucttkd kkpw iallt fall wear. IN TMK MOOT HTYLl* if MAX XKK, Perfect cir: Witti AND Pit, At H. Figures that C. Q-. will Please AU. Moritz, .-M Oh.    am    ,    -    L..gM. ^jfik fiH^R,s . littlliMi Ii i'll I is.. ;

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