Alton Daily Telegraph, October 21, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

October 21, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. A LTON, LLL.. TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, IWK). New Orleant Policemen Make Many Arrests. THC ASSASSINS ANC NOW IN JAIL PAPETERIES, IBOX PAPER] FINE LINEN STATIONERY MF“ Put up In largo white envelope*, IO sheets assorted, of our best stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only 10c per Envelope. Also: *ar One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheets of Paper sud 24 Envelopes to maU:h. Only 25c per box. These Select and Superior Writing Papeis, made and put ap especially for OUR TRADE, Include the following popular shades:    1 1 WHITE, CREAM, P J! A C II, I* BIMBOS E, IRISH BOND, ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE. Our Isrgc quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all l’apeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. &ar (live these Goods a trial and you will hod that they are considerable less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality. O. J. Degfenhart, 101 and 103 Third st., Alton, III. To Relieve a Cough get Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at MARSHS Th. MIW Cl .I m Th.* th. Mgrd.r of Chi.! ll .ti nr Mr WM Ordered by th. lh. RI.lr.d(m an I That All th. Dc LII' Had lim. Arrange Lm| Ago— How • Prominent Lr adar Will Pro*. ** Alibi— Oth.r Vendetta (rime*. Nkwoklkaks, Od ai,—TS. polios auth© rlth* in ai at that they ar* making gaud progre»» in lh* Heatless/ aaaaaalnatioa ease; that they have th. murderers in Jnll, .od will br abl* to attent* th. ntctttarj •vldenc* to convict the na. Th* assassination, they sawn, wa* ordered by th* Mat rang**, the head of on. of th* Sicilian gang* hor*. It had bara planned long In ad vane**, and tha detaila fully arranged Th. polk. regard the arrest of th. Mat rang aa and Macheca aa th* mod important mad*. They .re nim of great ioflo-ano* among tha lUliana, and vary atrong politically. Macbara paid for th* rant of th* Maatero houae in advanoe. At th* moment that Hannmay was murdered Mfichrca and tbs Matrangas war* at a public Bopper in Ka bar hero.’ saloon, ao that an alibi, aa far as tha murder itself I* concerned, ta proved. Macheca was wen four houra afterwar.! (4 a. rn.) in the rear of th* city in consultation with never.! Italian*. " •**» Ar* the Lttdrrt. As yet the polios have made little pron em toward getting at the bottom fart. e •nrermng th* Mafia. Tha queetlon la who are It* leaders? This honor la as aigned hy some to Macheoa, and by othera to one of th* MatraiiKM. Giovanni Pro vena.no, Pietro Provenamto, Nl<-ok> Uiuila, Antonio ltollagrlnl. Anumio G anfurcarro, and Ga, pa rd , Lombirdo ham beau in the pariah prison since hart MBy, charged with wounding, whii** lying in wait* Salvador Bunx*rt, Vincent t.^ru*o, ..Mf Tony Matron**, all three o whom have been ar mated in connect Ion with the aaaaaaiuation of Chief fLmureay T try talk quell freely of the Henneaay moiler and of the Mad., which, they aw aert, aaa controlled by the Matranga* Otho* Vendetta Mu rd ere. "Are titer* any Ballant In th* Mafia be aide* the people who Work on ah I mf* Proveiigano wa. asked “I dou’t know. Tuey have got tha Mail. ai cirl y everywhere They ham it J® frandneo, «W Leola, Chicago, New York, and her* “ “D.d you ever belong ta Ilf “No indeed,* wan the reply, attamd with <<>n.idarable vehemence. W hare does this Mafia society tneetf “They meet soy where—out near th* Urn*, back of town. and In Carrollton. I think." Prllagrint, Gin I lo, and Prorencano alw recalled ether vendetta murder* where horrible alroot ll*, were committed, and tha witness** made to heap perfect allene* through fear af th* Mafia’* van geauea. The Proven aano ease conte* ap for trial on Wednenday, when th* whole nubject ai th* vendetta aud the Mafia will ba investigated. There**# fifty w I in#.** •nmatoned for lh* aute and JIO for th. d.fen >«, a majority of them Italian. CRAZED BY RELIGION. Aa Old Lady Nard.red by Two r.aatto* I* Michigan Punty, Ml.b, Ort Pl.—A horrible murder occurred about thro* mile* from hem at noon Sunday. William Filiingtr and hi* wtfb have lately become erased With religion. They have a chil A, a bab* In arm*, killinger’a mother, who reaided with them, an aged lady, has been tick for some time. Sunday It oociirr*d to this crasy couple that th* obi lady ahouid be bapt (sail, whereupon Fi Hinger'a ‘wifes*, eared a backet tff water and while ha sat on the old lady*, feet bolding the child bu wife poured water into her face ai d she expired in a few ta*nut*. When outsider. arrive I they found Flllingvr’a wife throwing water on him and .the baby. Ha re I, gated ||,4 Bab*. It was only by the greatest effort that the two men and th* servant succeeded in aaving the babe. An officer was immediately summoned and tile couple were taken lo Perry and arraigned before the I net bv They were beld for trial and sent to (he county jail at Onion. An ta-qoeat will be held Th* perpetrator* of the deed have bawn respectable people, and although the man bai shown an in •ane tendency for a long time be baa not been considered dangerous. Hu wife ha* only lately become c r*>u*l Yard* of the Eliza Furnace, Pittsburg, the 8cene. BLOWN THREE HUNDRED PEET. COAL FORTY ITALIANS ARRESTED. FRANK BUDDE, -o— RETAIL DEALER IN —O— Wines and Liquors, —©— AGENT POR —o~ AJSTHEUSKR*B BOTTIdKD BEEH. Goods delivered to any part of thn city fret* of charge. • Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth st*., (Kaible’a old stand.) Alton, HI. Choice Brandt of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand. Fall Styles. JL&test Novel ties in SCARFS, TIES, WOOL anil DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR and MAIS, TS# New Orl.aaa rot Im Make Haul ut SutteeU. NKW Ouuusa. Oak ti.—Th* police San day night arrested forty-odd italians at tha grooery of Carlo (J raff a re, at Barguu-dy and Coml a treat a Th* police had seen many Italians dropping Into tbs place in two* and three*, and believing that something was wrong forced their way in and found n man addressing the orowd in Italian. Charging that it was an unlawful asse rn bl ag®, persons prew eat were arrested and carried to Jail. AU si Them Iran Cbleegu. VV b.u tnay wore brought to the station it was discover, d that not on* of them had a home, and that th# entire party hail arrived here Haturday from Chicago aud had been told to meet at Graffero’a place Aa th* men could give no alpieu a I Iou of themselves or why they cam. to New Orleans, or met at tin grocery, th.) Were locked ap, charged with Ewing dan gvrous and a us pl clo na character* Whee Hunting While Drunk MjLwaCU* Win, (Jct. 8I.-Alb.rt En glee, IT year* of age, is at St. Mary’s hospital with an ugly gunshot wound in hie leg, and his three eider brothers and a companion name I Jullu* Dad are under arrest for the shooting. The five started out hunting, aud all of them were weU under the influence of liquor when they reached th:- bunting grounds north of the city. When a farmer named Methane at).rnpied to drive them off his pramtsM lh** rider of the Kngtre brother* turned hi* gun on him and threatened to shoot Th** farmer grabbed the barret of the gun, and in rn ecu ITI lo which all took a hand the younger E igles was s'lot. Ile may to** bi* leg Two Hen Killed and Hernial fierily Injured- lh*- Holler Split and Flattened Out Like m Pea- Iii. Meant Berg* Anni. I uung Durned ll.r Captain and Fart of the Cr*, kneed—A Double Col. Halon na tb. Lath. Hbnre Road. Funking, Pa,. O.-k 81.—At ll o’clock Monday morning, shifting elaine Na I ^■longing lo the Monogahela ooutteotlng j railroad while poshing a tram of empty oars along a a do track uetr the coating house of the Kill. furnace, on Second I •'«* me exploded her boiler with terrific : fore*. Hog! near KJaherty, aged 88. was blo* » from tim endue cab into tho Nonogs bela river a distance of IMO fret His body bu not yet been reov, red Fireman Thorns* M Guff, aged 81. was hurled against rite tiro k ald*of the radio* house aid Ina atiiiy killed moi. I actor James f oraker. IO years old. was per hap* fatally scalded Brakeman Joseph Ferry was frightfully cut and anatta! about the head and shoulders hut may recover. The Lug in** a ('maolele (Free*. Thomas Clark, a laborer, had bls leg* I token and Iwrk Injured. Never*! men at work in the furnace were slightly injured by escaping steam aud flying del.ria Whit remains of th* wrecked •tiguN- st aud* reared up on en I. The steam dome, uaud-bos and stock have not been found; while the boiler h a„,i| a1 m at the entire length and flattened oui like a fan. The Cines of the ex pl os! oil is bot known. Tho Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at live minutes notice In any of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal ii. the West. HARD COAL In all Hizea, Delivered at Lo we* I Market Prices. Quality UnMtirpaMned, BUT MOW. BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Mann 310 Belle street. FLLEP1 LOKE 84r AND QI DROWNED IN LAKE HURON. THE OMAHA K*coSK.“SoS“- The Marshal Aaa Away. WlXPtSUI. Kan , OK 81.-At Grenola Sunday morning, just as the train on th* Southern Kansas was palling la, J. CL \ tndyk. wa. shot and fatally wounded tty Hoi Ling. Both are brakemen on the Southern Kansas railroad. Vandyke aa* "t ti** lima under arrent and handcuffed, having be#'I arrested by the marshal in Grenola for stabbing ling's brother haiti rd ay at W infield. Long came In on th* train, and without a word walk*! up Ie Vandyke anti shot him Iii the lawk, lie then went over to tit* hotel, handed bi* revolver to a lady standing in the door, aiel gave himself up to the poi foe. The rn ii re I mi wa* so frightened wa* ti th* shooting began that he left his primmer live and ran away. Vandyke eau not Returned After Forty-He*** tear*. V ax PA Ll a, Ilia., Oat 81,-Forty -eewen year* ago Charles Adams married Miss Sarah Houston. A fear after thatr marriage Adams suddenly disappeared and wa* never afterward heard of. A few week* after Adams left home a eon was bore to Sire Adaw* TU# mother sub**-qnentiy died and the child wa* taken to the home of its grandparent* Adams heard of hi* Wife'# death and was Informed that th* chLd had died alae. Hand ay be returned to Olla city, after forty-seven year*' abeeuoe, to learn that bls son whom he thought had died to Infancy,' wa* a well-to do fanner living th re* mil*. west of Vandalia. Leaking far Bm Husband. SYKAO ht, N. Y., Oak «l.-Mrs M R. Hartwell, of Westchester county. New Tork, Is In this city looking for her husband. M. FL Hartwell, who wa* a guest at the Inland botel on the night of the Ar*. Mi* Hartwell came her* Wed nm day night to meet ber huabaad, aud ahey intended to return bom* together. Sh. WM Stopping hor* with n friend on Harriett!) st t est, where her husband visited her Wednesday evening He afterward returned to the Leland hotel. That wa* th* Sight of th* Are, aud Mr*. Hartwell bas not seen or heard from him alure Hartwell traveled fora Providence, I firm. The K.lim ens Herder Case. LSAVKNWukTM, Ka*., OU. BL-Th* United bt*tee grand tory that has been sitting la this oily for the lect ««k Hat uriay returned a verdGt indictingI'harlea Alfred liensoo and rev. Mary Rnutthan for tbs n,arder of Mrs Teres* Maumau Ok the government reservation the 2toh of last March. Mn dell mao, th* Huntland of tho murdered woman, who hail Usa arrested charged with (wing an ** complice in the murder, was exam!uad at tim same tim* with th* real, but there wa* no evidence against him and he was ordered discharged. Mira tit I tar u«- Awat. Young Durn.-,I aret Fart of lh* (ret. a.tonUt . J. P*»8T Hi non. Mteb., Ort. Si.—The cleam Urge Anni* Young caught lire off Islington lo (sake Huron about V it Monday morning and nine member* of t he crew who tried lo crape In n anisil boot are supposed to Im drowned. There wa* a terrific sea matting at the lim* the fire broke out ricing that there was no bop. of saving the barge, th* captain had 1 the mon lower the boats The crew coo aisled of about twenty men crowded into two boats. Ona of the buat* was missed ] Ic tile heavy sea hut the olh.-r est. pl. bed ! up by the steam barge William Edward. aud I-rought bere Gap*. Hugh Miller * aa In charge of the Anoia Young. He sud and bb two engineers were in the neoned party and they chartered lh* tug Kittle nnlgkt and have gone beek to where the bunting large was abandoned to lotto for th* n.re.lug amal! buat and ha crew of nine mao. Owned tjr Anchor Yrs asp. eta ti aa Ca The Anni. Voting left Port Huron at • o’clock In th* morning with a cargo of coal and general merchandise for Kaca-n.ab* and GIa.1 atone Hue was hwnCd by •J* Anchor Trona pert* lion company cf r-rie, Po., wa* built in IWW. and valued •t IN, WO. hhe wa. a rn me of flame. • hen t aps MUIer-wad th* crew with him to the Mf. boat pulled away from her. and ah* undoubtedly went to th* bottom A later special to Th. New* from PWt Huron, Mich., says: When Ute creamer Aunt* Young caught fire the captain and crew took to tbs boots, mo* gulug Iii on* boot and thirteen in the rn her Th# thirteen were picked up by (he ates mar Howard Bmith, hut Ute ether bal ni^et and all Ire nee u pan ta drowned AiAoag those lost arere George McMan nu* of Port Huron, J. (fconclly, G ( roo by, T. Gallagher, and Gettrg. Goo 0*1 ty. -THE GM LY l*::ilKiXT- CombiDed Coal and Wood Cookiiis Stov® Mads Bolo Agent*. HAMILL *»• FALL GOODS! TO# F.jrtea IMveree (Mea Ca UTH AO«, Ilia. Ort. 81 -Th# Peyton ccm went lo th* Jury Friday, bot they were unable to agree and Haturday morn ing were diam laired by Judge Bagby, before whom the case was argued on th* aam* evtdeuc. am before lh* Jury. Th# (marge of at tem pled uolaoolu* was with drawn by Peyton and Mrs Peyton ad milled the charge of ortwiiy by scratch Ing aud stopping Mr I'rfUm Judge *fofi»*y firantod Mr. Pay urn an absolute divorce Mrs. Paytmi, however, was given h,4*i add! lion al attorney fee* WAB A TERRIFIC SMASHUP. Married sa th* Tesla. Achusta, Ga.. Ooh ti.-John F. t’are-well, of this cdty, eloped flu Dday with k o Mamie Fuller, of Colombia county. M bile on the train In Richmond county th* groom called on Rev. 4<whua Patter son, whom he caw in on* of th. cart, to marry ika at ones, aa ha feared the lu' Vi tother wa* la pursuit They mpUy united, with the agers as wttnaaaea. NU VTR Made lo Grilrr al It (Dimmable Price*. Perfect Fit and HatLsf action Guur run teed, at BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s Artistic Tailors aud Furnishers. Aa I aprwveked Harder. Lima, Ohio Oek ti.—Little Martha i Zimmerman, a 8 year-old ah lid. was isrvw!Iy murdered. She was la front of ber home whop several boys came along with a gun They were going hunting. Frank Bolton raised his gun aud saying “wonder if I eau bit her," discharged the weapon and (ba bali passed entirely through her body, killing her aim-ret in. stoutly. Fright**#* 1*1. Marriage. Racini, WU, Ort. ii —HadIe Cook was induced to Visit Milwaukee Wednesday by a ii,an named Thorns* Cook, when he proposed Grey should get married Kb* refused sod he threatened to shoot ber, putting a weapon from his pocket They Ibm went to a Jostle* of th* pean*, where the knot aaa ired. Th* ne ii day sh* reaped and caaM hum* Bb* began aa ac Hon la coart to her* th* marriage annulled. D.*kU Collie!** aa Mi* Lake Shore with but (to* Casualty. brrr AIA N. Y., Get kl.-A Lakeshore freight train loaded wit!, saute, gulag •ast, broke lo two un a heavy grade three udee east of RI leer creek Sunday mom lag, Th# rear section started backward and crashed Into snottier freight going east. smashiag seveaal ear* and killin* a number of est He, and throwing two mrs in the path of th* fan! It tulle I VI pre vt. whish col I idol with the obstruction smashing to. mig rte sad baggage ear*, and rearing th. aldea oui af two cooches Warned by lh. Ilaggag*iaa*t«r. No ane was killed and hut *«• Injured —C Indy pssseogee. who had tire nit. br torn Both track* Were blocked tor aomr tim*. Th. hags*g«m«*rer asw th* obstruction arid noli fled th* passenger* to get on th* Other *14* of th* car. there by prevAuUttg go at lo** of Ufa Th* Ms**ag* Was Delayed. Kalmar, N. CL. Ort. 81.-The an pre me court ba* Just affirmed th* finding of th* Ieww ooort awanting I. T. Young too,OM) damage* in hi* aait aga)ut th* W astern Lulon Telegraph company. Young* wife, who vu token til ta Greenville, r C, telegraphed ber bn*band lo oom* on. Redid not get th* message until dx day* rater, and in th# meantime Mn* Young had died and been buried, Young not knowing of either fact until all rn tm ov.r Terrible Arride! ta Tau (Andrew. IM MV KL low*, Ort 81.—Two children ©» Nichols Brandt, agw I    tiv*-ly and I year* aud 8 mouths, wrre fatally acaided torn lay night. They were play log about a stove on which tat a large pan of boiling water, when they overturned the Move, the water pouring over them On* of them lived but a abort tim* and th* ether died In the moraine TW* Me* f atally Injured. Philadelphia. Ort 8 .-Ata few min ut** before I o’clock Huntley a co] I ta ton occurred on th# Pennsylvania railroad near th# station at Frau k ford J. Mhear-an, the engineer, an I Harry Shield*, a firemea. ware fatally Injured. They were taken to a hospital, «i.«r* they nr>w lie la a critical condition. DR.GROSVENOR^ Bellc&P'Sic PLASTERS. Hwaged by ae Armed Mob. Maook, Ga.. Ort 8L—William Bingle ton, a negro hackman, wa* token from foil Friday night by aa armed mob and hanged to circe UU body was art col down until I o’clock Haturday afternoon. Fir. *e#kv *8° Haturday nigh* (Noflrtoa com mf ted a rap* npoo a young lady, wlr ae nam. la suppressed tw« aum of bar aortal prominence. THC BIST POROUS FLA8TIBB IM THC WOULD, ISMS" RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAIRS, LAME BACK, bt. ■woowsam nam.-    mmnmm*    Mpimtihiw)m a* Tarorn TauiMA, Week., Ort. Ha -don Haturday resulted lo victory. Tbs new city chai by a large nytj. rity. The * lloan ticket la elect* <1 (OU IU WI Keen Ola Money. Pnm itixatfx, K I, Ort 81. -John Dean Benton, th# Inventer of the best known “drop a nickle In the .lot" model* el machinery, died ber.* Saturday, agad 97 7rare Though be made a large fortune frem bb Invent Pm he yet died penniless The moat noted ideo. of his work wa* the model of the Monitor. Fell Off a Hallway Bridge. Th* DALL**, Ore., Ort. 8.-CapL Nicholas J. bk st tows, of tha British army, and his Wife fell from a railway bridge a distance of twenty fart, Milking on rucks and sustaining serious Injuries probably fatal In the rare of Rkottuwa. They were making a tear of th* world. hi rn cb by a AewalL Atlantic City, It J., oh, ii.—a squall rtrnck and upset sail boat off Rum Point Banda/ In which were two men, Curtis Conors, god Edward O'Brien. Th* former was drowned, bat O'Brien caught held of the centre hoard of the beat and wa* rescued. Killed by a Falling Dwrn.b. Chu aoo. Ort 81,-Saturday morning Fe! * Young, laborer wa* ln«tontj killed; James Turner, lab ore*, badly Injured, and several others badly bnibwri by the fall of a derrick at the tmtldiug now (wing «on st ruffed at Madlau* street and Michigan stone*. ah*miKH toy ag Y CLOTHS, WORCESTER! AMO CASSIMERE!, /UHT RHUtlYIP FGI KA LL WEAH. Al A* A Fib H UXI off Cloth for Overcoat# FOK FALL AHD W1VTHK BORCKMANN. ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK la the MOST COMPLKTB ewer i rajhl ta We can abow you Homething New aa often ae you oaf! Im CARPETS! Tapeotry,    Body Brussela, Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. IPU CURTAINS! Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. UST RUGS: Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & OrlentaL Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. I ad ion like to cee the Nowert and Pineal In House I to* a ma ti one.    'Bm Kaaicat way to see them La to Call frequently at cur whether you wiah to buy or not. Was a DtmvKacel Kaad.r. Ntw \ toto, Oct. 8t — Preston Turpi*, a yiKlh 14 yearn of ag , committed suit id. riuu.lay «veotag by baugieg biiuaelfia bis fattier a ii' Uia He ayu un Inveterate reader afd! us neveU sud It is supt«wad thai hi* rn ad ha*! I oootue thereby affected. Cbrt sad Killed Itta Wit*. Mr.units. Teen., (J#.. Si.—Bunds/night, IL K. Peterson, a mecnaiiie, employed by UM iii,IMH# leu ira! Railroad company, aiirt and kil ed his wifs at tlirir boma In this city. He had bren away from home, and a* h* oaUttd (he bona* fa. found Mr-*. Peter*** 4>*d a <>eider uamcd Maxwell la a cvmtpr .nu* ug aRuatiun Maxwell e-* a e l, b u iv,«U-MUI shot bis wife in the Ie t Lira*., «itMilh ensuing lo a few Hi BH-Ca. J. HOWELL. THA TIX KAT ll RN TBH. Radiant Home, TKR ll ANT ll AKI) GOAL BAHK HUHJDMK. Superior, t HK Hoer im.KPT* r tx> to wroth siadh rum Ii ,< K« VV A KUA A AAU r<>K VIV A I HAKA- II A. HOF FM ANN, IQI and I UU E. 8KOOBHJ tft ;

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