Alton Daily Telegraph, October 31, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

October 31, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Alton, Illinois DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. -- ALTON, ILL., Fill DAY E VEN! NG, OCTOBER 31. 1800. NO. 120 I AW Items of Public Interest from the Capital. ANNUAL REPORT OF GEN. RUGER.PAPETERIES, [BOX PAPER IFINE LINEN STATIONERY Mf* Put up In large wblL? envelope*, IO cheet* aaaortrtl, of our best stock, with l> Jonvelo|>«s to instill. Only IOC per Kn-velope. Also: 99T Oae quire boxu*, cootsining 24 Sheets of Piper sud 24 Envelope* to* match. Ooly 25c |»'if box. IQT These Select sod Superior Writing Papers, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shades: WHITE, CREA ti, I* E A V H, P It I M It 0 S K, IRISH BON I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT ELITE LENOX LINENE. tar Our large quantity purchased of these SKI,KC I' Goods, ensbles us to maintain our LOW DOWS and POPULAR prices, although all Factories have advanced from 15 to 25 p*‘r cent. Stir* Oise these G Kids a trial and you will find thst they sri considerable less in prier thai yod have been paying, consistent with quality.0. J. Degenhart, 101 aud 103 Third si., Alton, III. DR.CROSVENOR'Srn Bellc&p sic PLASTERS.IF YOU NEED - A BOTTLE. OF - Lotion for Chapped Hand*, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmotine, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, -o— OO TO ■—©—MARSH'S DRUG STORE FRANK BUDDE. -©— RETAIL DEALER IN -©— Wines and Ijiquors. —©- AGENT FOR ~o— ANHKUBl lH’H ROTTXKI > BEKB. Hoods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Soutbeaat cor-mt of Belle aud Fourth eta., (Kalblo’a old eland.) Alton, IU. Choick Brandi of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand. ((Milan* In Pakula Nut Likely ta OI«( Xenon* Trouble tn (‘(‘Ilium I'pun the < t ded I.ami. II tbf H«ur(«l fire-*•(•( la Ko|»l Oat ut tho Rod MhR'I Reach—Naval (’reparation* tn Receive tho Hrnaillan Fleet. W ASH I KOTOS CITY, Oct. Al — Brig. Gin. Tti<>maa H. Huger, touamandiog (ba do-ptrtmeul of Dakota, ha* submitted lo I bu w*r department bis annual report upon t i.i condition of military aft (ira in thai • I part meiit. He saya Hint uoevent* have occurred calling for nctunl cam pal go o|m rations, although the sorriest* on #*v-oral occasion* bare been required of quite strong detachments from a number of p ‘*1* to support the Authority of Intl nu agt*nrn on the reservation to confine thereto Indians not controllable by their agent*, or to protect and ana ut* wife*, y to Mitier* in the riclnity of the bion a mer* ration who bad become apprr hen vive of trouble. Alco, It became u-cjniry to prevent intru*lon ou the ceded aud* of the Hloux rwaervation. Th* Aal* a I Liquor ta lad I an*. These dutiea were well performed by the troop*, whose presence and di«cr*tioo undoubtedly prevented disorderly occurrence*, lf not wore*. Gen. Kog>r saya that there la no re avo u bi gen Til to ap* prebend molestation of nettlers upon the ceded lands aren by the moat di.stf cled Indiana, lf the latter are kept under mil* ltary observation for a time at a few points were fraction will mud likely result from settlement. Respecting the threatened trouble at Flathead lathe, Mont, Gen. Huger ewys: "It appear* that t ere ie little probability of serious trouble ad that rn fore* me tit ,y the civil officer* of the statute prohibiting the sale of hqawr to Iud lait* anil half breeds to the principal usee ality of the case. Th* Fast Cantara Mjrntein. A de ailed history of the movement of the troops la the division ta given to show that although no active campaign wa* called for during the past year, considerable field dalles of a quite Important na* lore have born well dour. Torre has tavti at aune poets a decided decrease la the per cent of desertions, but the deer •'aa* it slight for the depar.uieut as a whole, owing to the comparatively large number a; a few poet*. Gen. Roger says It la fair to expect improvement Iii future, owing in part to opportunities wh ca recent legislation and action thereunder will afford OMO who may hedia,*o*ed to leave the service to do so in an honest manner. Tbs post canteen system baa bren in operation sufficiently loug at enough poats to afford a baal* for conclusion aa to its merits and, says Geo. Hu* gar, beyuud question tho results have bren beneficial    _ NEWS OF THE NAVY. F reparation* for the Arrival of th* Brest 11 a* Fleet. NY gad I1IQTOI Cm, Get. ll —ll ta said at ti* navy department that Rear Admiral Gerrard! will sail from New Yo k with tbs vessels of his squadron for tbs usual winter cruise In the West In tire on uf before Nor, IO. Should tho lire adieu fleet, now en route to (bu country, a rive before tho date mentioned the departure of the squadron for tho south may be deisyed some days longer lo ordo! th «t there may be a respectable showing of naval vee ss! a to rooolve the for eigu first. Not Mech el a Display. It will probably fall to Acting Hoar Admiral Walker to extend the proper naval courtesies to the Brsxdian visitors during their stay in New York. There can net ho much of a display, however, In' the way of naval vessel*, Lur th* Atlantic aa I Yorktown are the (Wily two of the squadron of evolution that can possibly be got rawly for services by the time the visitors arr, va. It is not oxpeciad bere that cither th* Chicago or Busto* will he ready for sea before dan LFall Styles. Latent Novelties in SCARFS. TIES. WOOL anil DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK I) NOER WEAR aud 11A1S, HIITS Made to Grtivr ut Hpnaonublt* Prior**. Po rf ort Kit and Hatiafactlon Guarrrtiit* od, titBRUEGGEMAN BRO s. Artistic Tailor* and Inrntxber*. Mat bed 1st Bishops la LoaaelL W ask I vc Tux CITY, Get. #1.—Tbs semiannual council of the bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church began In this city Thursday morning. bishop Bowman presided. Four of the bishops were absent, but some of these will he in Washington before Tune lay next when the sound! will adjo ira. Business a routine character ooly was transacted at the morning session Rev.ret appointment* will In* male st this nutting, and they will be anilau ii# I st a see* I OU to be beld next Monday night. another t'eeslee Lase Derided. WALI I toros CUT. Ort. ti.—Assistant Secretary Bussey has overrulsd th* de ctatoo of the ponsioa office, which rejected the claim of Lafayette F. B ck, compaa/ G. First Tennessee cavalry, on the ground that tho lose of the claimant's feet, occasioned by a fro*! bite, did not occur while in tim. of duty ’lh* appt isnt, while a prisoner of war In cwt, was frostbitten In tbs right foot, a bleb was subsequently amputated. Freakiest tai P«*t westers. WaaHtvorox City. Ocl ti.—ives.den tial postmaster* were appointed Thursday a* follows:    Edward C Williams, at fights Crua, Cai; WiUlam Murders, at Clifton, Ran. _ A Cowardly Assassin. MiDPi Krth'Bot'ou, Ky , Obi Ii —W'htle Norris Watts was bunting in the woods at Cumberland Chip. Teon , a roan sprang from behind n tree and shot hint through th* groin lull‘ting n p«obtbly fatal wound Walt* is a son of KI ward Henry Watts, of London, England, reput* I to be the most ssisostv* coal de d r in the world sad rn man of great wealth. Watt*' assailant bas na* jet mea captured. TI - in— Frert nag Hard. NKW Tomb, Ort ti * Billiard is* Georg* I tmn*m Is practicing faithfully avary day ! foe his belk ba* matc-i wits Jacob j H< bs* er, aud ta robing th* »v*r»-s >v#r I in.- gr.-«*o in go -I *« fin Ie a ma* >* fen* wit ti Arthur T wnse» I. th' a t»*«ur champion, HOU puns up. fil«a»*ou mad • a roo of IST. wit 1.1 Kl* Surspi was ;3 He baa freq< aatly mads run* of Aw in practice Over-Mo.UUU Bi“i*s sod Galilei* * I:*vc emigrated from Hu*«i « to Bee* i rn tibia the tart six mouths, aud double that a umber would bar* sailed lf allowed to by th* government. TMR. VV NIM INTO THE HRI-BOX ti >w Two .4Marissa. kl .raped Puni aliment la Mitirs. 8AX Antonio, Tex. Od. 31—Th* iron id* of Amirit sn oigl .«*r# aud Ai© rn.li and railway employe* generally en lines operating In Mexico tv I it the Mexi* cen aul borities in cases of the accidental killing or maiming of Mex>r*ns bus bern the sulij-ct of con*! ieralde coriipUint lo Uu Am -rlcan g iV. rum - »t which has b -en po* e I •** to aid American railway men in Mexico when a kilting occurred in iIm,e usury. American employes haws beau confined in Jail ninety hours toforn their cit-ea were ai tended to. An engineer from M< x co rec ally stated that »n American engineer hail told him a story about i ii lim; g O' r a Mexican peon and killing him. To escape Incarceration in f r ant Ii.- and his fireman took the bu y of tee dead lo ill an I CTeiU lied it IU th -lr lire ia.x, i ii us covering up ad tr » ms of the acc.dent. The disappearance of one caused no Inquiry and the Americans were safe. ACCIDENT Oft SUICIDE? A Man and Wife A.phystated ky Dos at • nit ago Chicago, Ort. SI,—William Mottling amt wife were found dead in tod in a Utardiug house at 44.*»7 Kilt* avenue. They batt been asphyxiated by g w W Hellier or not the (-ase wa* one of suicide ha* not yet l**en determined. Thursday morning they d d not appear, ant * servant, oeoomag suspicions, opened iii* door to their room I i.e couple weir found dead anda phy.l-c an who was railed m .aid that life bad lawn extinct for sev-rat boars. Til* room was fillet with ga*, toe Jet tieing turned on. The fact I hat Ut* couple had long bee n srenstomed to th* use of ga* gives color to tbs theory cf suicide, ibough th* <«ccupani* of the house say that the coup e acted naturally Wednesday night. Nu reason is known why they atoould attempt self de. ruction. The ca-*- ta tieing closely investigated. A Daring swindling Scheme. GALT (anon, Tex,, Ort, Kl —A daring md success rn I swindling scheme wa* un-i trtbei Thursdny morning, the ex eat of which can only be eocene ii -d by careful comparison of ail the vender Hen nit.-* given on Galveston property and a ten in anon of th* «tg alure, altar not. Wednesday Jam*. I) llnwetb, a young re I e.tate agent of tbi< city. wa. arrested ou warren's marring him with negotiating note* with forged sign*'are* of pioiuttteul busine*# in-u of Galveston. Ii la said that th* amounts of the d IT r* em no:et will aggregate ue.trly film, LAI outride ut aa (lid Maa NKW York Oct, ii -William T. Tan nil ill, a former director of th* cotton ex change, < ‘routined suicide by shooting biio-eU ai his bom - in Englewood. Mr. I auidhiii wa* AU > s s obi In UTI he be ■ sin -load of iHr firm of Robert Tsnnt-bill h btu, He was a dashing operator • id a.way. kept ow th* safe aid* of the market. Mr I aunlhtil was very popular with hi* fellow broker, tu th* cotton ex Change. Hr was s widower without chil I.-I. fie lived wdb a a.sU-r in-law who Had an interest In th* busmens. A Hose (tall Humor. NKW YoKK, Get. ii —A rumor, ranting Dom sn unusual good source, wa* current Wednesday night that Prsrtnsut Goodwin, of the Brooklyn PUy»rs' dub, •ad Fte-ident Byrne, of tut Brooklyn Nut tuna I dull, had met during the evening aud had a conferen e looking to a consolidation of the clubs ll wa* - lated that iarth practically came to an agreement sud that they talked of the players they will have next season, and the salaries the players will receive Ho*** ti Im Over, A ay How Vt* DALIA, Ills, Ort. 81.—Rom I wick*, a nephew of D. It Lock, in en ai tertial ton with Charley Mod* in this city three weeks ago, shot th* lattsr In th* he* \ the wound proving fatal ton days later Lock* was Wednesday given a prelimio-aiy tearing, the tridents* adduced showing that th* defendant was forced to do i Ii. shooting. Luck* wa* bound over f ir trial. It Vt ..units I heir Sensibilities. Kl TI.AM* Vt, Got. 81 —Judge Wheeler, of the Unite I KtatM metrist court, bae decided that lh* law prohibiting the mailing of envelop--# hating on the outside w.-r I* calculated to r*rt et Injuriously on the character of any one is violated by (ending • brough th* india letter* eon Mined m eavelopM bering the worts, *Fa(c* slur Collection Agency H The Wav Skip JVewaih. I ut; ADXLf iii a, Ort ll—Th* United fit st*, war ship Newark, bu ti by Cramp Si :*( ii*, t a. started on so umfficial trial trip. HH** is required to do lees than any ut th* olio# ‘KC i. of ber class, tbs mini retail hors* po* cr development being but I taiI Capt. Canty, on* of th* heotkuown an rn tat p ’puler ■ f?l:*r. of the navy, (.■••ii.man Is her Terrible Wark with a Bailo. Wichita Kau., Ort ll.—In a brawl at a bagnio about daybreak Harry Dill, a lei- graph operator, slashed Will Ford across the rye with a p-' hotfo. pul ei the mr* front ll. s - iud, threw ti on the ground aud bi en stabbed blo opponent in lh* abdomen. The I at Mr cut will probably prove faMl. Dill escape-1 Hume*! Ie Death. I*, tTSUI*uo Pa., Ort ii —At mtduight W e.1 ncd ay a fire broke on t In' he It very stable of B P Dyer, on Grant street, and An toitoi Uyatilio, no Italian, who, with hi* fatudy cd Ave children u#sp;« I tb« up* per story, was burned to death Hie wife sud youngest girl. Mary, were nlao badly burned. Five sad Tea Coat One*# Damaged. ClSCfXKATI, lief Si.— F.re was dtecov erwl ta Tettentwro'e A and IU ova store st It# West Fifth street early ie tho rn nu tug. tmt too int# to .*vy the damage to co..Un is of the laid UA The building WM si** la tty datwagi d Low will reach lh) >uu Insurance noknowu. Hr Huio a in,OOO. fit Lucia, (kl ll—Further examine turn of the tav-ks of K.*v1 C lf.hi, th* sin-tossing l»okk.eo-r a* M ;#llor Bt <* de Volo pa th* far! that Hi# shortage, ins I of pi,HUQ t« over ItO.ouU wiih a proto lilly Gist tho defeic« i »n will reach evm more form id* ii- figure. I'srrhcd Whsat I altin t« d WALI v W AU, 4 Wash, Dc ll -Weda m. lay th- Norttom Part >c ab «i -lev si Nr st E ink * Ju.icile i ta - ii y aid-* (Nut her*-, w I* to a y Im r *y* I by fi r, iogrtbrT web A*urn) hiishets of wheat. to a- lo * fido,WD, fully insured. A WIFE FOR JNK DAY. The 8*d C*«« of Ben. Butter-worth's Daughter. COAL The Famous (iilhhpie Soft COAL ile- 8HE MARRIES HAUGMWAIT NOWE I if VTWl lit [IVO Ill1llUt(‘S IlOtlCO ill ti ll}’ Oft t ftl© city. Burion to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinker a or Cinder*. Beat 8<>fi Coal tis til© While lh. Mea Is on His Dsalh-Hsd at lh* MelrMgwlllaa (Tub la Was tingles t ill HH* Itslasxs Ie Annul a ll«-rp-tlwa al lier Father*. Moas* awd .lait with lier Husband Until tbs (Gad— Ills Wedding ('resents. WasmivoTux City, Ocl si.-Mi*. Mary Butterwortb, daughter of Heprem-nUt!va Bul ter wort ti of Ohio, was Wednesday uiarr.e I IO llaughw* t Howe, of the state de(iar«mcaL Tile marriage w.ieto have I ken place Tim'••a1 *y. Last Friday Mr. Do.i* wa* taken 11 at his room, at I hr Metropolitan club chambers, ami ha* a nee grown rapidly worse. His mother and sled*father, Dr. and Mr* fit. Jobti K ks of New York, were sent fur sui nirtved tora TneaUf nl^hL Mr Howe I. suffering from lrifl.mm.tory rheumatism and (xx-unto ti*. Ilia illness has been very murh aggr.vs;* I by UU trees of mind aud d1-appointincut Im#(ase of hi. Inability to ke.-p h . we (ding engagement, and when Mi*. Butterwort)} learned this fact she propose! that all forniaiillM be d «p n.*d with aud the bedding (vremou) take piece at once in Mr, Howe'* sick room. The Marriage Ceremony. The physicians in allen lance held a ci nsttlMtiou and came to th* unanimous decision that a wedding woul I to the tost possible remedy for their pctea*. The latter rrartved the snggeatt ta wi h a si^h of relief. Acc«>r lnidly, av 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon an siakum par y amembied in th* chamber of Mr. Howe and (be marritg* cr.-mon/ wa* per forme«l by th* R#v. Ile, Ba tie A, at I t* New York Av.'uuv Piv.Hyterian church. Tho** who WUrirs-ed the wrrui'nif were Mr. aud Mr* ti tlterworth, Dr and Mrs, BL John Ronan, ll.'. A. F Magruder, of th* navy, W. K Yurt is. Ins three tooth era of the toils, Mi.. ll illard of Cele «go, and the daughter of At'oruey G 'n Oral Miller. A large number of the friend -, many of them rttlxens of (Hat nu.tl, co led at Mr Buiterworth’* bouse during tn# rvsnlng, where a purely inform d gat bering was In progress The bride was not present, however, bat remained at the bedside of ber invalid hush iud. II a a* so air Writ ding (‘reseats. Mr aud Mrs. Howe received * large and various assort inca t of Iwautlful and emit iy wed ii ig p'eeenti Pre*I lent aud Mrs Ham* >n ar >te auloira.nh letters coo gratniaiing the couple and pre*enied them wltn a Uauli ul Mil o salad i.Woew aud spoons Mr* M<-K seat a tow! of rare royal Wma-r.ier bou bou doibr* lh* contribution of Mrs .M iler, th* wife of th# attorn*/general, WM a ruaguificeut imported D eod.-j cl*#* and a prier!*** bit of old black -ace of Urea ten manufacture Mr. aud Mrs. Mural Halstead mu! a magnificent set of Individual butler dUbM of solid gold, and Minister Ryan, at th* City of Mexico, gaw a aet of Melt can gold after-dinn#* c *ffee spooos. A pre. jut I hit WM not duplu aled WM a large Bible from J. W. Mmtb, of Clade in Death af th* Bfstw. But I Here la a cod sequel to the wed ding Mr. Howe die! at a quarter past II o'clock Thursday afternoon. For see-•ral bourn a tar the wedd lig Mr llow-reaied easily, bot toward, night he be came drill Iou*, and tho-# in attendance were o*4iged to use fore* to prevent hist from doing harm This coal In ued through the night. Ai limes the sick man fancied bs wa. »n hi* wedding lr p Thu net ay morning an attempt was made ic quiet him by en Injection or morphine, an I this operating wa. accomplished on if after a struggle. Mr*. Howe, who, with Mr. Roam, Mr Howe** mother, and Dr Magruder had remained with him during lh* night, went to tor bom* fur breakfast after her husband beearn* quiet. 8b* returned about haif-paet 9 and remained si his totable until the end Tbs Bod t ame ('ear, tally. During tor absence he had gr >wo much sorer, and his heart wa* f*.l u^ rapidly, During th* early morning tn* tout jug of Ria heart was so strong that It emld to beard all over 'to room in which bs lay and his toe* king wa* •teutorion* and heavy A lam t IO o clock tbs phya!c,t*'i« dei I lei I that he con Id oui/live a few bourg and Mr* Howe wa* so Inform el From ibi« time ba grow gradual!* winker, the ac ion of the heart toto,* ic* tog, uiar, and at ItnlA death cam t lo h ut calmly ani quetly Mr* How*, Dr. IL Hies. (Mr. Howe'* We dither) Mr*. Roue*, his moi Her, and I# M*gru-ler were at the beside wuee he died ta IM Meet Us sa Oar (Jim Drownd. Pm# nu MO. Pa . Get. 81. - W. It. Isrkia, a manufacturer of Micftielii, wns in the oily Wednesday. “Our lr de, to snid to a r»iM»r;#r. "ii *« lously Injurwl by y- ur new tariff bill In I hie country. I am here en behalf of a number of our English cutlery manufacturer# to look over the country and lf we ran possibly get sties tore a nu in tor of Eugilsh concerns a- ii I amt* works in (his country in a (birt limo, and then we will compot* with you light *m four own ground.1* Torn Mea (tilled. PHMD DK MX R I., Gel ti.—Just before IO o'clock VVeduewday an occldeat occurred on the VAH rotator division of (be New York. Pinvtdetee sod lh -ton r*>ad, no.r the Branch avenue bridge, at the Bi t tora part of th* city, in widt h two me ti wore almost Iii.'am lf kilted sod an O'hr probably fatally iujured. Daniel Mc Der ut ut. of Pawtucket, and X Q. Peabody, residence nnko«wa, werckiliod, and Fred Bennett, baggagemaster, wounded    _ * Wa* Marled Alive. NKW PH I LA UK LPS I A. Ohio, O I 81 — I Fred H. Leider, who took aa overdo** of morphin# Ort X< and was supfoiaod to ! have died. was baned Ort 87. Ills brother, who oould not get to the funeral, arrived and wanted lose* hts body. When the i ffin wa* opr a rd It was found that th* auf p wed dead maa had been I* a • ufWM s d had coma to life In the cask**. I Hi* f*< * wm scratched and th* glace la th* coff! > took ii Aw FMineat Editor Maid. ) In LAPI I th I A, Ort ti.—At tto bearing hcfoto Magi.'r.’e O'Brien lo the lib-1 ' esw of ex Governor Pattison aga u*t GS.)ton M dieH el. proprietor of lh* | North Am riean, M> Michael waived a hearing and wa* held Is ti,IVW hail to answer at ©our*.HARD COAL Iii all Hiz'H, !>©)lv©r»tl at liHwest Market PrlceHs Quality UiiHurpaHAed, GUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey <fc Mann310 Belle street. TKLKIM ION I;    84    AND *41#THE OMAHA KOR BF RN I NG COAL, COKK OR WOOD. I Ilk OMA Pl Ut KUT Combined Coal anti Wood Cooking Stovi Mad#. lr ll A* XVI Hi M‘d>KU\ i VI I' It \ I- VIK! I And Tor beaut) of llslsh, liehnti J of ( astint f**rfeofioo of i qHriu* un. upitclty and tturahJitly, title Kiexaat *W>ve atones I re eminent    _____ PITTS & HAMIL, A guntm. ITS NO SECRET. TLat our STOCK to the MOST COUPLETS •▼•( orought lo Alton. Wo own allow* >ou Something Now aa often aa you call Im CARPETS! | Tape-tr),    Body Brussel*, I Ingrain,    Art Square Bug or IL nip. UNT C URT A.IMS: Dado or 1'iaiti, Luo or l'oiTior. fivr O    arbt rn JI. we JL ML LJ l ur Coquette, Ninyrnu & Orioutal. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Lodiea Bkt lo ae# tho No weal nod Finest in Houoo DooonxUona. Tho I Easiest way to oee them la to Call frequently at our eaUbltohmonh, whether you wiah to buy or not.A. J. HOWELL______FALL GOODS! AMGI UKK IA« OF CLOTHS, WORCESTER# AND CASSIMERE*, JI at int XIYBD FGB KA Jal* WK AH. ALIG A FINS UNK GF Clot Ii far Overcoat* V 'It FALL AXD Vt iXI BRE. L. BORCKMANN. ran nxKor bk irs iiaiiant Home, HIK ii st it VUU «• IAI- mask hi kobb. Superior, I a lh I ,« V t <niK a * "I * MA* E FIBK blk- VI ALLUM kl* FOB riVil I KAH#- ll. A. HO V I ti ANN, IOU and lUi M SECOND ST ;

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