Alton Daily Telegraph, October 6, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

October 06, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., MONDA! They Did Not Want Knights on the Central. SECRET OF MR. WEBB'S MANIFESTO. Ct HK AT Jtai~ We have had manufactured for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the Baht) a complete Line of the LATEST and BEST STYLES. PAPERTIES. (HUX PA 1‘Klt.) •OF* These Matchless floods an? now under way, and will reach uh iii about IO days. •arWe hare cut deep into the prices of our present stock, and offer yon same at YOUR OWN PRICE. •af*Remember all oar goods are ojien to your inspection, and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in Plain Figures. The Ever I POPULAR IWO Sheet Music, (C ifAH. J, DEGENHART, Hole Attent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS GARICH'!.LY AKRA KUK|> ro BEU INN EP ami koh Tine PHK or TEAOr EBS DK TUR PIANO AND ORGAN. Chopstick Wnltx, by............... De    Lull! fir Away Galop, by............... Wain*. Gertrude Dream Walla, by . .Beethoven, Impatience I Banjo Galop), by .strcabbog. In til** Sunshine, by .............. tangs. Jack Kroat’a March, by ,, ... . . Knight Moment  Schubert. 1‘layrul Rondo, by ......... Greene. Russian (.rand March, by ........Francis star of Affection Mazurka,by    Hartmann. Shower of Hoace tm lop, by. ...    Htrsabbog **    “    **    Waits,    bf.......    ** Wreath Walts, by  ..............Glees Ac., Ac., Ac., ac., ac. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. VOCAL AND INSTR! RIC NT AL) IOC a Dopy. OEGENHART'S! Tar GREAT toi l'd Third St., cor. Ptaaa ALTON, I J i ILL. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue FIC LE on Application, or .Malled FICEK to any Address. Cbas. J. Degenbart, Third and Plata its. Alton. Ill To Relieve a Cough set Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecino You Need, at MARSH S DRUG STORK Ile Was Asked by Other Labor Organ!* ration* to Drive the Knight* ol Labor front the Net* Tosh Centre! Hon*! The Comte De Part* amt Carty Enjoying Themselves—Arrested for Arson—Gotham Notes and Gossip. Nkw York, Od. ft—It is reported that tho management of the New York Centra) railroad was aahed by other tailor organisations to drive the Knights of labor from the service of the company. It is not generally known, but it Is asserted Webb'* latest order not only ha* the approval of some of the other organisations. but thai tbs Central management has been ad tinily requested by the representatives of tho Ixrcomottve and Fremen's brothel hoods to drive the Knights of I .abor out of t be system. Mr. Webb Had to Choose. A committee of the Locomotive Engineer*' brotherhood, It Is asserted, went so far aa to tell Mr. Wsbb that the Central company would have to choose between the engineers’ organisation and that of the k nigh ta There is no opposition ob the part of the Central's management to tiny Mhor organisation whatever, excepting the knights, lo fact, all of the others ars encouraged and supported. THE ROYAL PARTY. The Comte De Carls Making the Most of Hts Stay la New York. NKW Youk,Oct. ft—Evidently tbs Coant de Parts and his friends have determined to make the most of their present stay In N.-w York, for they were stirring about early Saturday morning. They had flu I*bed their coffee by K S) o'clock and announced their intention of golag out for an early morning promenade on the avenue. When they made their appearance an hour later there was a crowd of people about the hotel entrance who watched them with much curiosity. Dialler et the Pslss League Club. The Comte de Paris, who has bsen in here before, led the way up the avenue with bi* old friend the portly, gray-whiskered Comte d'llauaeonvlll, while the young duo, with lite Due d’Uxsa, Mar nub de la ftteyrle, (’apt. Morhain, and Lh* Keen niter, followed. Afterward the royal party took a drive in the park and after dinner they went to Morris Park to see tbs races, for they ere all enthusiastic lo the matter of horses. At night they attended the dinner given in their honor at tim Union League club by Gen. Hut erlteld. Delegate* ea a Jaunt. NKW YOUK, (hit. ft —Hot h the English and German delegates to tbs Iron and steel convention which closed ii* labors here Friday, left at 0 o'clock Saturday morning over the Pennsylvania road for Philadelphia, the first stopping place In the projected trip through inc in ami fa« luring and milling sections of the United States. The party occupied three special trains. At Chicago the party will divide, one portion going north Ic Canada aud tbs other will visit the south era state*. ___ Three Misters in rn Hug Scrape. New Y«*hk. (let. ft—Mrs. Kate Qappaod her two shiers, Mary and lkdta Bilk, wen held in VI,MO t ail Saturday, charged with setting fire to tike former's apartments at 83 East Has Hundred aud Twenty-eeoond stied, velu re they ail lived, lire Marshal Iii obeli said that the women set fire to their room* in six different pine ** at nos lima Ha beearn* suspicions at the tardiness of ths alarm ami found the pines had been heavily insured and had them arrested. Rich fine! af Gold Dr posits la Carbon County, W y a. Dc*VBR, Colo., Oft ft The reported finding of gold deposit* near Saratoga, Carbon county, Wya, is being confirmed by a number of persons who have, within the past two day*, visits I Die camp and sathfi<d themselves of the truth of the discovery. Gold Hill, as the new camp h called, Is located afront twenty tniise east of Horsing* in the Medicine Bow range of Rjountalnr. Prospecting baa ben going on for year*, and the region ha* always been look-*! on as the scene of future mining operations of an extensive character. Mill IqiMil the TIM Cup Camp. Up to this tim fittcen distinct abd separate gold bearing quarts leads have liven disco vt red and located. The quarts lies in Hell-defined walls of stone, and the lend* a c from six inches to seven fe-t thick. While n » assays have be n ma-Ie, It I* believed that the Infest flu I of .ort* will run a' least 81,001) to the ton. A gentleman who has Just arrived In Denver from the si cue of the excitement says; “lf the ore pane out as It promise*, Gold Hill will rqual ths fam ms Tin Cup camp of Colorado, I bs Vs *• en piec es of qusrtg no largtr than my fi t from which I could pick IM to ll*) worth of gold. line man has lawn offered tfttXIU In cosh (or a half Interest in a prospect, and bs ha* refused lf TrouF e Over the Location of Oklahoma’s Capital. NOVEL SCENE IN THE LEGISLATURE. STOP WHERE ? E. L. BORCKMANN’S, -AND SRK HYLA TEST FABRICS -IN    o CLOTHS, WORCESTERS AND _ _______       CASSIMERES. »    “**c*    2 i_*K—I I*MSI'    *....... Which I will make Up in the vary LAI KMT RAMTHUN KTTI-Rf* None but Good Mort men employed. I defy all would be competition.    y__ Arrest of sa Em brasier.. NKW Youk, Oct, ft — Ernest Biali, cashier for a business bouse in Omaha, Neb., was arrested Saturday morning as be was g> dag aboard the steamer Bervie to sail for Europe The arrest was la consequence of a telegram received al poller hem!q iasters staling that Biali Is an eta* becater. The prisoner was taken to Jefferson Market police court and held. His counsel offered to produce ball for him, but the justice iv. used to accept IL Milk Weavers uh strike. NKW York. Oct. ft—Ths silk weavers of Johnson, Ohm dtu A Co.’* Hive nude mills struck Friday in consequence of s proposed reduction of IO per cauk in wages lh several other mills notices of reduction have been po t ti, and strikes are an u i{Mated. The general depression of the ouaiBess is the alleged cause of the red net Iou*. *• tawiensely pepnlfir bee«a ;• thrv a air let IJ first-da**, folly warranted, >d still eolj medium In price. Are the best in tho world, and have led ell others for jrrer*. Our I HD,OOO in esc. Tin* people ere bound to bove th* best, end will nave hone but tho I'atey. Oar prices Ar© the lowest and terms either time payment* or cank, ** co* turners prefer. f*ll And see aa, or send for Cato* log sea tad fuU, Infer muRIcd. ESTEY & CAMP. 233 State Street, Chicago. MP*St Louis House, 91(3 <5fc 918 Olive St. Mset*os tin* Paper___ ISI by Lucatt Pfelflen berber ARCHITECT, GENERAL superintendent AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN •Yfflce oo Third fit., one doorwoa el Pieee* Third Floor, PATENTS. To amy persons wishing to >nt*in letter patent ca new Inventions, Improvements or designs, I will execute dr* win ut and specif), cations sin* make applications for I‘ate mg sit ci nvi Italic ti. in person or by letter, free Lucas Pfeiffenberger, ALTON, ILL. lilt a l*i« eat Oui ut Her (’Meek. UMH ago, (Jct. ft — Molly Wilson of Wet Monro* street, wee arrested Officers Whaler and Welbasky of the lh* (dames St Del station Friday night Bd* I sc* ii ie engaged in a fight with Annie Austin of iii Washington boulevard, sod taking aa unfair advantage of her enemy bit rn piece out of her cheek. The row tis'k place iu front *8 Wast Madison .(reel    _ Escaped frees Mate Prison. Huston, Od ti —William IL Kelley, alias ‘’Jocko* Kelley, who was sen ic need to the stats prison at < barieatowu six Bt nth* ago for twenty-five year* under the habitual criminal act, caca pod Iran that I Halil Ut ion amus time Friday Dight. Hi* last crime was the robbery of Keeus Bros' jewelry store ha Wash.agio- street.___ Muir let* ef aa GM Monitor. Nashi A. N. Ii., Od ft — Varnuro T. Wilitby, of Holily wa* found dead Saturday morn lug. bs having committed sub eId# by hanging from a Irts lls was 61 years of age and an obi * tidier. No ceu*e cen he assigned for h>* act other than tbs a*is*i ns of reseat ilunwvtic troubles Hts wife left him two weeks aga. The Cssksvlvr We* kassl*| th* Motor. Codicil Bu'rru, tict 6 — An electric motor train ran over aud killed a 1.1 year-old boy named Pleasant Doty Friday. The fault of tbs aocideut appears to be with the motor company. The rautourer was sating his dinner in erne of tbs sam, and the conductor w a run dug th* tram. To Tunnel Niagara Palls Niagara Falls, N. Y., Od ft—The ceremony of turning the first sod In the work of constructing the great tunnel, which the people of this place finally hope will chnfge Niagara hails from a roam summer resort into a great manufacturing cantar, wa* perform**! Hat or day morning. The drat shovelful of earth »•»« lifted at DM J o’clock by Cap!. C H. Gaskit', billowed by the official* of the tunnel company and the construction «otupany. Hon. T. V. Welch, super* Intendeut of the state rcservatloa, made the add re**. About 8,000 persons were prise ut, and aa the first ms! was turned all the steam vt kist la* ware started blowing amt th* church and fire bell* ringing. The day was observed as a general holiday.    ___ Horrible story from Little Hock. , HT. lad'.*, Mo., Od ft—Th* Uh rout-cie’* Utile Hock. Ark . special says; Al ens lidar Frailer, a noted colored pistultir, was In poiicu court Friday morning charged with drunkenness, The testimony gave a sen al loual oulor to ths case, it Wing shown that Frailer'* wife had recently died In o'did birth aud that be had sold the body of the infant The purchasers, who ars presumably medical si ud> at*, w ut to Frasier's house and disserted the body of th* woman, leaving pieces of tbs remains scattered ail over the room. Warrant* bars beer Issued for all the parties implicated. •ala of a Valuable Horse. Louisville, Ky, Oct. ft-The gieat trotting sire Paiicua t, by Harold, dam Bicara, bu, bren sold by John ll :-hnltx, of New York, to Hon. Hen Johnson, of Bardstown, Ky., Pane ast «as sold to Mr. hhuhxat iii - brsakl ig up of "Glen-view1* farm, near I hit city, thr-c years ng i for 8.'NGG. Two year* ago ba was struck by lightning aud slut e then ti ta I eon par ttally retired Kentucky nome men ai* now sat sll««i that his value w «* not Im pat red by the accident and that he is B<111 aa valuable m ever for breading pur poses. Changes I* the recto (lire Department. Washington City. (let. Capt. J. K White, superiuteiideut of the Chicago division of the railway mail service was Saturday appointed general superintan dent of the Bervie* In place of J. Lowrie Bell, who become* second assistant post master general L u s L Troy, assistant superintendent of in# Chicago division has been mads superintendent of that division. The pustmss'er general Saturday issued the ordei placing the railway mall service under th* supervision of the •eoood assistant po*'master general. Cersvrtd by the ttsstari. Fin PLAT, Ohio, OoL ft—The Standard Oil company ho* ordered a I eduction in th* price of crude petr daunt from 67.4 cen is to HS cent* a borrel. Thu Independent oouipanie* which aide! in forcing up price* have been cornered by the Hi aud-ard, and th* price of Buckeye p troleurn Is likely to MI ss rapidly as It advanced Tbs producers who have lawn p tsking drilling operations are alarmed The Btandard's agents ere buy int all tbs lands aud leasee they vin ob.ain. but at great loss to th* original owner*. A Frtvate Soldier Harder**!. UMKYKNNK, Wyo., (Jct. ft—Frank Bsh-ar, a private in th* Seventeenth infantry, wa* murdered near Fort Bunnell Friday morning. He was shot from bvhind, the buJei lodging in hi* brain. Baker had lawn gambling with two comrade* named Miller aud Wise, and they ars held on suspicion of commuting the murder. Baker came hare six months ago from Columbus barracks. Disaster aa th* Northers Pacta*. Helena, Moat, (Jct. ft-Information was received bars at midnight that th* Northern Pacific east bound paasonger train was wracked near Butler station, twelve mile* wast of this city. Kngiiieer Frank Mac* was instantly killed aud Flremau (’bisie t fatally injured. It is reported that several passenger* are killed. A relief train left lo re at U:8U. Th* Okie Es press Rsbksrjr. Bx nr. n>NT AUE, Ohio, Oct. ft—Then press robbery still excites interval bere. T wo matt were arrested who answer the dascripi iou of the roLhers perfectly, and the) have tsraymrtially ideal Hic I They give their i as Anthony Smith of New York, aud Karmet Young of Cleveland Has. Gordon K. I ole Head. Mivkkafolj*, Minn., (Jct. ft—News has beeu received of tire death in lam Im. of the Hon. Cord-*! K Co rn, of F^'baalt, Mina. Ile wa* tor many year# a IL-pub bean leader iu this stat; aa I was (roe of ths Burnt widely known mea la th* north Ow# Hundred Armed Mea, Friends af Nesbitt, Ga to Guthrie to Me* Fair Flay for Oklahoma City—A Hr...Int inn ta Bemat* Them frnm the Floor of the Hows* Voted Dowa—Speaker Daniels Frost rated. GtmtMB, I. T., (Jet. A-The excitement over the o i pi tai location, which ranched Ila climax Thursday, continue I Fit lay. After th* demons! rat ion against Mc mrs. Daniels, Ferry and Nesbitt Thur-day evening had suit*!.led A. Ii M idled, city ktD-rney of Oklahoma City, who chanced to « in town, sent this telegram to one of i is friends at home: * i our represent*!; vee were mobbed on the .*rapt to day. Send Bk) armed men.1* The armed men arrived on the first train Friday morning, and were among the first to secure sc its of tantra* In the hall of the lower house before the body met in the regular session. Fully as many friends of the Guthrie measure, equally armed, were also present. Their } present * caused interne feeling, and It would have taken but the slightest out break to have caused serious trouble. Speaker Daniels was too III—euffering from nervous exhaustion, caused by the exciting seen* of which bs was th* center Thursday—to preside over the session. Would Nut KJi«ct the Spectators, As soon a* the house was called to order Itepresenialive Terrill introduced a resolution tailing attention to the presence of armed men lo th* chamber, declaring their prearm' > to be nudest roble, and directing Ina sergeant-at-arms to eject all »|wc'ators, newspaper men ex cej ted. The resoiut on wa* voted down by over two to one. Considering the probability of a repetition of Thursday's riotous ave tea it was des mc I advisable to prs {sine for awhile further action of the Capital qui* Ion Speaker Daniels, who wa* utterly p?< a raiod, consented to sn Interview against his phys.clan s advice He saidt “I have stood by Oklahoma City as long aa I think I t an. I signed that bill under a misapprehension, and I have so Informed th# governor." A Lively rim* KiyrctML The speaker summoned ap strength sufficient to writ# rn communication to the h his. , staling the fat ta in Ids interview. Ila also framed a resolution which will be i ii trod nee I, providing foe the recall of lh# bill from the scil at*. When this resolution la presented s lively time is expected. The Oklahoma City fore# Is s. iii bere, and it* motto Is “Fair play for Oklahoma City." Tbs Guthrie force I# determined that It* dty shell also have fair play. and unless both agre* aa to w hat constitute* fair play trouble will doubtless ensue. COAL. The ruinous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at Avo minutes notice In any of the city. Durns lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the West. HARD COAL In all sizes. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed. BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TEI.EPHONK H4- ANI) ai. WILL DISFRANCHISE MANY. A P weal In r IG gist ration Law la lh* Etat* of Maryland. BALT! lf UKK, (Jet. ft The political situation is Maryland hi curious. The leg!* Liar* of ths state recently passed a regia tretion law which disfranchises a large portion of th* population, aa It provides that no man snai. be a legal resident anises he sleep* within the limit* of the state every night for six month* before the November election. Therefore a drisen of Maryland, no matter what the reason may be for hie temporary departure or how short bis absence, lf he makes his a lay Ie and habitat ion for a single night outside of the state, is in danger of being his right of suffrage, unless within thirty days after the passage of the aet, which was approved lh April last, be made affidavit in person before th* clerk of the circuit coart that he was compelled to absent himself from htr regular real dance and intended to rat urn. Thaw Who Will He Affected. By this act Maryland has deprived of th* right of suffrage all ber sous who travel outside tile limits of the state between May and November, all who go hi summer resort a, all who stoep one night in New- York, Philadelphia or Washington, ail her soldiers and sailors, oil ber appointee* In the foreign service of the federal government, and lier acustom and representative* a* well WARM AIR FURNACES! II AHU ANDR JFT COAL. To our friends would sty we hup non pnir old ones. Satiafactk .» In every annet always on hand. pre pw d lo pot case guaranteed. In f’invades End re* Second- hand Fhr- Contained a Lottery Advertisee*est. St. Louis, Get 6—A spec tai to The Chronicle from little thick, Ark., rays; The edition of The Arkansas Stoat* Zeitang, a weekly German newspaper, was soloed at the once Saturday morning. It contained a lottery advertisement. Tea tear* for As.auIL Lto,an, Iowa, (Jct, ft —William Walla, colored, wk • was charged with a criminal assault upon Mrs Human, of Clinton, some time ago, wa* found guilty a* charged, aud Friday Judge Waterman sentenced him to tau year* at hard labor. A Fast tor aa Indianian. WashiMiTux (’ITT, (Jct ft -Th# prosi drat ha* appoint* I J B Turner, of Indiana, to be an utber at til# White lions* Flee K W. White, of indian i, who recently resigned Nominated I* Congress. Cleveland. Ohio. Oct. ft -Tom L Johnson was nominated for oo tigress by the IMuocrata of the Twenty-first district Haturday forenoon. Johnson ran ae s free trader two year* ago, aud wa* defeated by Burton, the present congressman from this district Tbs nomination w as mad* by acclamation. ST. Lot IE Oil ft—Hon. Hath W. Cobb J was uo iu lusted for congree* from tbs Ninth dl.iriel by tbs Democratic convention. TE# Idaho Klrrtlun. lh »i** CITY, Idaho, (Jet 6. The Mates-man in an editorial on the result of the Idaho election, sa * it Insure* th* election of Du Bot*, ll ,.r***«nt congressional delegate, to th* I' tilted Hts tea It claims that nearly every Republican member of th* leg** alure I* pronounced In Du Bois' favor. *«<• rec I. Houp, the governor-eect, ami William ii (’lagged, ara th* only prominent candidates mentioned in connection with the second senatorship. Mr KIU lr |t Weir.,lord Hume. Uantdh, Ohio, CM. A—A mile of procession and s general turnout of citixens greeted M*j McKinley Friday night upon hi* return horn > from Washington alter an absence of ten months The streets were ablate with lights end resounded wit I martial muse. After in addr*** of welcome by George Baldwin, a prominent torsi attorney, Maj. McKinley ad dr* aet* i th* public. To Hi ar rd tai. Darla CM ic ago, (Jct. ft—W. J. Campbell Ie th* lutcenur of Cot George R. Davis hi a member of the national Republican com rn it lr* from Illinois. The state central rominitelected hint by a vote of IX to 8 for MrNulta ami 4 for ll F. Marsh. PITTS & HAMILL, 815 HK ULIS STUK KT. ITS NO SECRET. That our ST(JUK Ie the MONT OOMPLKTE «v«i orought to Alton. We cen show you Bomething Now as oftnn na yon (UU log CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brits*) la, Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rug or Hemp. HNT CTJRTAKNTSi Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. HNT RUGS: Fur Mo|iiotto,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies like to ran tho Nearest and Finest In House Decorah!ans. Tho Easiest way to Me them la to Cad frequently al ear sstohRshmenl. whether you wish to bay or not. A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS. I AM NOW READY To FI UNIS!! EVERT MAR ll ALTOff WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADE VV IM ( •■TH'* SELECTED ENFIN (ALLY Podia Ii1* yw ■■ _ TT _ mWK7‘ TGT* A TC* J mJB ll i E    JCLb    JL W.* cir iv TIIK MONT NTT LINH MANNER. Witix Perfect Pit, AND At A Failure at Ftttskarg. PirT»Ki‘ho. Pa., O.-L ft—Ths well A ut* a ii firmer Fleming Bros, pruprleton of Mvlwan's pill*, has failed. Their paper went to protest. Attorney* ara now engage I in preparing the paper* for an assignnleu*. Gap! limo has been appointed assignee Tbs firm ha* been in existence over sixty year*. No statement of the lUbii tio* or mss ■ bos besa made pa bl ie. H. FI#ii reg that C. Cr. will Please All. Moritz. ;