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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18. 1890.  NO.  SABAH ALTH ACAIN.  THE LATEST CRAZE:  TIDD!,EDY IHS,  FRIGHTFUL BOILER EXPLOSION.  fkrloailf  Judge  Terry’s Widow Breaks Out Once More.  HER ATTACK ON LAWYER CALDWELL.  (A new «nd Interesting Kame’}  THE POPULAR G*MK:  BALMA.  Possesses remarkably fascination for young and old. (If you would be happy, play “HALMA.”  (By the mutaor of "Halms.*') It is equally interesting to children as well to play in three minutes.  as adults and is learned  The great Military Game -Should be in evory family,  We also carry in stock the ever popular Parcheesi, Prog*fl**ivt Angling, Tsble Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety of other interesting and pleasing Board Games.  Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles!  The LATENT, Tb«* HCKT, The MOST PUZZLING!  etsrThe famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the moet in* terestiog and Fascinating Puzzle yet introduced Nothing like it. Must be seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c.  HERE’S ANOTHER, THE  POCKET DE HBY,  old, a fascinating and exciting  A new Race Game Game of chance. Only  for vol .so and  10e.  atte Declare* The! He Had MIhkimmkH the Etui* of Her Late Hti«Uew<! end Take* Cmbr»|« st the tleai«rk« the Lawyer Make* Im Cetirt—After Court Adjourn* SAC Step* Hie Knee end Make* Thine* Generally klaeonifortable.  Presho, Cal., Nov. IS.—Sarah Althea Terry, who ha* remained quiet for aev-arni in on tim, broke out again Saturday aud savagely attacked lawyer M. C. Caldwell, who I* attorney for the administrator of Judge Terry’s estate. She declared tie had mismanaged the ait ate, and several weeks ago they had a collision which came near ending In blows. Saturday Mr. Caldwell appeared to confirm i certain aalea of real estate. The motion was opposed by Mrs. Terry, who appeared In ber own bebait  Wouldn’t He Called “That W«m»s"  In bis argument Caldwell referred to Mrs. Terry as "that woman,” and used other expressions to which aha took umbrage. When court adjourned Mrs. Terry : stood In the corridor talking to an attorney, aud wh a Caldwell parsed within easy reach she slapped him in tho faro aud smashed her parasol over hi* legal head. He reviled her In coarse language I and threatened to toe* her over the belue trade to the floor below. Afterward she had him arrested for disturbing tile ■ peace.  Mrs. Terry’s hide of the Caca.  Mrs. Terry said in explanation: "We  had iron hie last October, since which time I here not been roar his office. He would hare everyone bdtove I ain ►mlG I ten with bim, but lf be doesn't look out I will show ap aims of hi* letters, and they will tell a tale 'My own darling.' My only loved one,' and lu conclusion, •from your jowliest or.-,' arc tom i of the ex press (Otis of i-ndear.nent he used to me. That was while I wa* in Ran Francisco, when I got a letter from him every day."  Peeltive Deale! (rum Caldwell.  Mr. Caldwell asserta that to* I* the victim of (hr persecution of Sarah Althea, who bas fallen In love with him He po* itively denha writing auy erotic lf trie lo her. HL friends fear she will shoot him or do something equally desperate, a* she la in the w~>r«t humor she has been In ainee Judge Terry’s death, co they say.  fare# Man Killed and gereral Injured.  I Ira iii no, Pa., Nor. It—A frightful I boiler explosion and Idea of life occurred aith* cooper work* of Trailer & Bro. at Mertxtown, this county, at d o'clock Monday morning, eau -<*1, ll is said, by a defective boiler. The killed were: Charles , CLwald, machinist, aged SA, who leave* a widow aud (Ive children; Henry Kpler, aged ::4. -ingle, aud Saaaaman Hilbert,   ;  aged SI, who lee vee a widow. The injured i arr: Charlo* Walborn, a jointer, aged >*5, fatally; Samuel Eider, aged 41, badly : scalded about bande and face; Alfred Epler. aged HH, engineer, slightly injured; Frederick Long, aged 14, seriously scalded about face and legs; Coat ie* Hurts, aged DU, scalded about face and hands; Jainee ll. Tusker, aged 40, received two u^ly gashes in th# bead, very serious; P a* Ila usher, Hged IS, scalded about face aud body; William H -ppert, aged 80, terribly scalded about the face.  The He.ler Torn late Three Pieces.  The boil r wa* thirty feet long and wa* torn into three pie-#*, one of which, twenty three feet long, wa* hurled adi*-t*noe of IM yard*. The three men killed were thrown 140 feet away and lay akia by side. The bodies were not much mutilated. Tbs Injured were found in the debris nod removed to their home*. The mill waa Duly partly wrecked, but the boller hou* i aud sited are a meas of ruins, including the engine. The lo** to the Brin hi estimated at 83,900. The work* were owned by K H. Ac O. H. Trailer.  Deeds of Lawtessrffitt Com-* mitted by the Wicked.  AN ILLINOIS SENSATIONAL CASE.  Is Now Earning an Honest Living,  ST. Lf) Ila, Ma. Nor. IS—Peter He ha poach koff. a vender of collar buttons and  Trial at Kathnn Poston for Attempted Murder to Hegln Wedn«-*<lay at Jack-sonnlle— An Alabama Man Murders His Wife st the Rrqnest of a Woman— A Doable Murder In Tennessee—The Life of s 4-Tent-Old Child Taken by Ite Mother.  Jacksonville, III, Nov. lh—Tbs trial of Nathan Po*ten, colored, charged with  au attempt to murder Miss Frankie Keener in January last, will btgln here Wednesday. Postan had been In tit# employ of Miss Keener for a number of years, and assisted ber In cond acting a grain and cattle business Their relation* were such aa to attract some comment, and in July, IWS. an allegad white cap raid was made on Mise Kaeuer’* residency bat the re Id sr* were repulsed. After this adventure Patten left town sud made Mount Pieaaaut, Iowa, bi* place of abode, where shortly afterward MI** Keener shipped all bar live stock and considerable other property.  MU* Keener Eliot by Tusten.  In January, INK). Potted reappeared In this city with a view, aa he says, to see Mi-* Keener lu regard to the stock In hts charge, but he having grown distasteful to ber she declined to see him. He, however, gained admission to the house dar  ker  lead pencils on Broadway and Olive | *«>« hee absent*, sod whea neartng et rests, ha* kill— an object of much ki.m* lu ooiu;mny with Ralph Bancroft, curiosity on immM <4 a discovery Ju*t  1  «»**hbor, Dosten stepped f.on. the house made that he Is a Ku*.iao prince. Peter afd Immediately began shooting at tbs has paper, and letter* which show hi* | coupk- One of his shorn took effect In lineage way hack to the days of Peter  the  1868,  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  TALE OF A STAGE-STRUCK MAIO.  DEALKK IN  Stationary, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys.  101 and 103. col. Third and Piasa sis. Alton  IF YOU NEED  — A BOTTLE OP —  Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Nyrup, Perfumed Cosmoliue,  A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery,  ~o— GO TO —o—•  A Pretty  Omaha GI I Wha Will Uni Dress In lights.  Bt. Joe) KH, Mu, Nor. Ii,—Miss Isabelle Heatings, of Omaha, Neb., left the Pearl of Pekin company bere Saturday evening md went home to ber parents ie Omaha. The cause of Mlea Isabelle’s departure Is sums what novel aud Is made more so by the fact that she Is a very pretty girl with a wonderfully graceful figure. Bb# ta the daughter of a prominent Omaha family aud some month* ago became stage struck Her firs’ appearance was to be before a Hi, Joseph audiencia, and wbcu they arrired hare Mr. Stephens told bat that he would assign bs r to a place among the chorus of "French maids,” and that ah* would bare to appear la lights, She refused without ceremony.  "Can't do It then?” queried th* mans-ger.  “No, Mr,” replied th* girl, “if you think I arn going to eland iii tights before every bald-beaded man in th* eountry for 86 a week, you are mistaken ”  Mr. Stephens could not use her lu any other part, and ah* was foroed to leave the company. She left Si. Joseph for Omaha in the af ter noon.  Gieai. Ile waa sent into exile in aud lauded in this city, where he was supported la expensive style for twenty year*. Then the source of bls revenue wa* cut off an t the holdings of hts family went confiscated. He lived on fr auds for five year*, until even borrowing petered out. Now lie to earning au honest but a very poor living.  Hesppearaitee ut a Dreaded Fever.  GALLATI*. Tenu., Nov. Id —The dreadful spotted fever that ma Ie Its appearance last March near Fountain II ad, about A’ e n miles from Gallatin, killing about to per cent. of those woo were attack d, bn* reappeared. Ju an Simpaoo, living in the affected region, lost three giyiwn eon* In two days He has siii'e moved within a ta) Ut three mile* of (islln-tin, aud ana bls daughter is suffering from the fev r. The doctors do not know how to handle th* disease. Spotted lev.-r Is an epidemic cere bro spinal meningitis it* average duration to about fourteen day*, but doeth often ooeura In a few bour*.  Haucroft'a arm and another in hi* right hip. Miss Keener was soot In the left breast. For some time ber life wa*  dn-palred of, but In a few months she fully recovered. In the melee oui* -hot flied by M ss Kroner struck Posten on the right arm. Patten was taken to the city prison, and fording *gain*t him rtu high, amt had anybody volunteered to take the lead undoubtedly be would have been lynched.  HE KEPT HIS PROMISE.  COAL.  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in auy of the city. Burns lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinker Cinders. Best Soft Coal Iii the  ers  West.  HARD GOAL  Iii all Prices.  sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Quality Unsurpassed,  DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street. 1   TKLKHHONT3 84 AND QI.  THE OMAHA  FOR BURNING COAL, COKE OR WOOD.  MsrrM a Hanker'* Man.  Chicago, Nov. 14-*Took my laat degree at ll o'clock ami am now a full-fledged member of th* ancient order cf married men.” TUI* we* the telegram KL I* Nathan Snyder sent to bls father in Washington City, announcing his marriage to Mias Laura Moore of the “Merry Monarch” company. Mrs. Snyder will stay with the company another month, according to her contract, after which she will retire to private life la Washing ton. where her husband to employed in the Net towel Cavings bank, of which his father, B. P. tiny der, to president  A Wrun|*d Wits Murdered at the Request  at a Woman.  Bl BMI* GR AM, AU. Nor. 14.—Saturday Hight at Woodlawn, five mile* Id in this city, Henry ba under* shot aud killed his wife. For some time baumier* has been devoting himself to another woman, and recently furnished a cottage for her near hts bom*, lit* wife learned of this and threaten.-1 to have the latter arrested unless abe moved out of th* cottage at once, rounder* went home, accompanied by the woman. “Going to have mo ar-reefed, ar* youf We'll see about that.” said tbs woman to Mr*, blunders, aa they entered the bona*. Mrs Maunders I natantly ordered her from tire bouse, when the latter turned to Maunders and eaid: “Now fix her like you promised.” Saunders at ouoe drew a pistol and shot hts wife dead la the pressure of their two children, lie then fled with the woman, and up to th:* time they have not beta apprehended.  MARSH S DRUG STORE  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK la the MOOT  COMPUTE ever Drought ta Alton. yon call la:  Wa ann abow you Something New ae often  CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Boily Brussel*  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  IN CURTAINS:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  IN RUGS:  Fur Maquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  ('apt. Nstlss’i Kearney ta Toulon.  New York, Nov. Id-The fifty eight-foot yawl rigged steam lifeboat in which Ca pl F. I* Norton to to make th* journey of 4.000 miles from New York to Toaloo lies off Staten Island preparing for her long ocean passage. Cs pl. Norton is tbs skipper who sailed the thirty-a Is-foot yawl yacht Neversink to the Paris exp*aition last year, and the man who made the passage from Boston to London In ISS) la th* yacht Ocean Pearl. The pees liar feature of the boat consists of a double bottom divided into six ballast compartments, lying on each side of th* keel and extending out around the head. lh* boat float* on her inner bottom aud still on ber outer bottom, the water oo the inside leading to keep her in true position, (/apt. Norton expects to tusks miles a day He will start next Wednesday.  I gad im like to ae# the Neweat and Finest in House Decorations. The Easiest way to nee them kl to Call frequently at our establishment, whether you wiah to boy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  THC fixE«T UK ATER.  Radiant Home  TUR HAST HARD COAL HAS* HURDER.  a  Superior  UK MORT t’KEVM T DOOL STOVE MADU. TIM Ii ICH* WA RHA SITED FUR FIT* * KAM  AI* Maw Ifisgustad with Morts outset.  (/ham HHK* mc nu, Pa, Nov. IE—Last spring aud wtater half a doaan Mormon mtostonarias mad* their appearance la various parts of Franklin, Fulton and Amarna counties and arduously but sr. retly, pursued th# work of prnsiytiug farmers aud their families to the Mormon faith. They succeeded lr making twenty-fire or thirty convert# A few days ago fifteen of them reached Wadesboro penniless, hungry aud ragged, having returned frtui bait Like ob third class tick eta. with short rations They declare themselves to he utterly disgusted with Mormonism and all th* custom* that go with it _ ____________  Throe Bays Drowned.  Phillips. We, Nov. lf.—Three boy*, Charles Oetermaa, Edward Brown and Fay Bart re, ,4. 14 and ll yr ars old, broke through th* (ce and were drowned Bu# day while skating on Elk lake. Oster-nian aud Ba rte* left horn. in th* morning to go skating They did not return at noon, but nothing waa thought of IL Late la the afternoon young Brown waa drowned while skating with a large party of boya The accident caus*! a a-arch to be mad* for (Merman and Barlow, and their bodies were found only a short distance from the place where young Brown broke through.  New Yorh Broker* Fall.  Kaw Yore, Nov. 14.—Randall dc Wie-rum, brokers, have announced their suspension on tbs stock exchange. Mr Randall to lying critically ill at bto boma Mr Wtorutu stalaa that tbs en gage mc ii ta of th* firm are very small aud that he expects an easy adjustment of the affair* of the firm will be made. Gregory, Ballou Ca, brokers, of I New street, have announced their suspension on tbs stock exchange. __  Kilted by sa Electric Wire.  HT. Lot Ut Nov. IE —Two horses going st fa I speed were instantly killed by an electric wire on Kltoal«th and Olive street* Sunday night. The burse# were attached to a carriage driven by Thomas KeDy. He was driving down Olive street at a ic al top. when a live wire suddenly dropped from above and struck the hor*** on th* back. They dropped dead in tbs street. Keiiy bad a narrow escape    „  And Now a Lyaeblug Is roared.  HtnUM,Tux, Teen.. Nor. It—A tar ribls double murder occurred near here Bat unlay morula* in * bleb ( on* ta Id# High R*>se aud his nephew, Jim Ross, were both shot to death by a farmer named Wad dis, against whom they held an account for lawyer’s fees incurred by Wadd s lo defending him from an *#-ss ult with attempt to commit murder some tim# since. Th# murdered men were ioadlug Waddle’ cotton in a wagon, having levied on it, wfat-ii bs rushed out of his bons# with a double barreled shotgun end fired on them. Bolk men were killed almost instantly There to great excitement ie the vicinity, aud lynching to feared. Wadd to gave himself up and to in jail at Huntingdon.  -TMK ONLY PERFECT—  Combined Coal and Wood  lr MAS EVERY modicum IM PM \ KMENT. And for beauty af Ifinish, •“•"•“J* of t listing. r*rr«*. tton of Operation. simplicity and Durability, this Elegant Move amaas I r# eminent          _  Bol*  Cooking 8 to vt Modi.  And for beati att DuraUllty,  PITTS <fc HAMILL,  Axenic*.  Mrs. Parsoa* misted Ie Fiend.  NKW ARR, N. J.. Nov. IS —The Anarchists, Mr*. Parson and bi moo, Gordon Mel Mr and Hummer, arrested for inciting a riot at Slinger hall a week ago. were placed on trial Monday morning in the court af special sessions. The men all plead* I not BUiHy N'* Parsons refused to plead. After some argument bf co antal the ca** wee postponed UU next Mon-day, th# accused in the meantime being belli ta |1,0U0 bait tach.  Assaulted by Their Hired Ma*.  MaobiLLTowtt, Iowa, Nov. lh— Mar-itus biune, a wealthy farmer residing in this vicinity, and hi* wife, were murderously assaulted Suuday morning with a hatchet by F. L Pelbenoi, their hired man Leaving Mr. and Mr*. Stone lying unconscious on th* floor, JVI beam fled and being pursued by ueighbormg farmer*. drew a pocketknife sud cut his Ihn at. He waa captured aud placed in jail, where a surgeon sr wail ap th* wound in his thrust, Mr. and Mrs. biune are in a critic,J condition. Ii to thought Pel-beam to crasy.  FALL SUITS.  I AM NOW READY TO I t KNISH EV BHY MAN IN ALTON WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MADE FU- IM ,1>>THa .SELECTED ESPECIALLY FOE  FAIjL WEA R  ar: is the mort stylikm manner,  With. Perfect Fit,  AND  At Figure! that will Please Ail.  H. C. G. Moritz.  He Hlm trd That Klupsmset.  PITTARI'HU. Pa., Nov. IS.—Mr* Charles Friedman, an opera singer of some talent, was arrested Sunday just aa ah* waa  board ag aa east-bound train with Mr. Vol lovitch, th* baritone of th# company with whish Mr*. Friedman wa# recently connected Mrs Friedman’* husband, a Cleveland tailor, was the instigator of th* arrest, be alleging that hts wife waa about to etoile with th* b triton*.  C'apsissd Ie rn Gel*.  VIENNA. Sow. Pi--Information has been received bere that a ship, which  Murdered Her 4-Year-OI4 Child.  Topeka, Kau., Nov. I* - Mrs John bwiuaon murdered ber 4-year-old child Annie by giving ber a does of laudanum. Mr* hw .t son has been morbidly lo*aas ever since last winter, when ab* had an attack of la grippe, bu# to now la th# leat stages of consumption, bb* coa-frased lo th* crime, bt * said she knew she wa* about to die aud coaid not U-ai to leave ber favorite child behind bb* determined to Mnd It before her to heaven, where it would meet her when her own death o. cured.  •erleusly Woaaded * Deputy aker IK  VICK SKI m, Mm, Nov. It-A serious Hot occurred Saturday night at Glass fjfusaiiig, a station on th* Valley railroad about ten mile* south ut this city, in which a negro named Health Bummers wa* fatally shot, another negro received a painful wound in the foot, and lh*  II, Hiinrall waa serious  r,  WM oou„ytl,« l»bof.r. lo t*. -HW tor-    tb.    .Id.,    Th.    dHurt.^c  Veal* lo the Island of Braxz*. la the Adriatic mo, cupolaed iii a sudden gale of wind off the < »n#t af Dalmatia. Thirty-eight persons wsre drowned, and hundreds of bead Of cattle, which the vessel was carry lug. perished.  IC A. HOF CHANN,  ta^jMRBaMLn* e- ***>»> Ut  ares*.  T* It* blowess "Parateleld.” Betuk, Nor IE—A large number ot foreign doctors went Sunday morning to Dr L*vy*a private laboratory la Fronta-lauer striae*, where Dr. Lei f sh Ated a number of patients cured ol -u v.(Miosis, The Horne u Courter ae re that there are 1.S0U foreign doctor* here al really here. The supply of Professor Ko< h’» lymph hasbeen temporary exhausted. Professor Koch baa suggested that the remedy ba irnitod "Para tot old” in preserlptiona to be headed to cham tats. It to said that a bUI will ba presented to tbs reicbetag to to Prvieeaor loch.  Prominent CUie*a# round (Join kl lug.  Co4LMalta, lad., Nor. IR—Tbs marshal made a raid on one of the gambling bonace at this place Sunday aud arrested fourteen prominent citisea*. The news of th* arrest was sent to other gambling resorts, which were promptly closed. It to said that ai the lime of th* arrest some ‘JOU men aud boya w to playing for money. ________ _    «.  a..  grew out of btmrali’s efforts to break up a game of crap* la which tau or more negroes were ct-gaged. About forty shot* were fired by the mob.  J ulius H. Raible  Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in  WINES AND LIQUORS.  No. 116 FourtM  entire atlcutio#  Having removed my buemeee to my uew building between Pia»« and Belle Stretti, I *I>r11 devote my  'wholesale sales  Of all kitMU of Wines And Liquor*, where all DEALERS wUl AMR  to their lotereet to Purchase their Supplier at  Strictly Wholesale Prices.  The Largest and Mott Select Stock o!  ever brought to Una City—ou baud,—sad i meat RstablUhed. Call and Examine.  Fine WINES and LIQUORS  complete Buttling Depart*  116 Fourth, bet.  _  Frau* Deever ta th*  Dekvbk. Col., Nov lk —Th* Colorada Midland railway, Pikes Peak routs, opened Ha mw through Hue to bait Lake i (Sty aud Ogden bunder, carrying through bulimus bet wean Denver, Ogden and ail Pacific ooast points with two througti trains daily each way. This *a»k«e a eiancard gung* due front D nv ?r to the Jena fit  St rusg Mio* la a I lash.  Birn I UUU VK. Ala., Nov. UL—Near Hillman, Ala. eighty mils# from this city, Hasty bm I th, colored, waa lynched Munday night for a brutal assault on Mrs. Mary Calhoun, a respectable white lady Ai years of agr. The assault was commit -sd a week ago, but th# negro was not captured until Munday night. Aa soon aa be waa identified a crowd of white mea took him to th* wood* and F raug bim to a limb.  JlillUS H. riel. 'LO- j e and Plata sn  _  FALL GOODS!  Ended Th* lr Domastt# Ti — eire. (/AUTOX, 111*., Nov. IE—About K o'clock Hominy morning at Utica, a village six miles east of this etty, Phil bmith shot his wife dead Then lying down by her  side. he put the mu isis of a pistol in hi* mouth aud killed himself, A violent temper aud ‘own*lo troubles ware ton  ANO  another Ult Off  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES,  JUST RICH VED FOE  U’ A Ta I-J \v K A H.  AIMO A FIVE URE Off  , Cloth tor Overcoat#  FOK FALL AND WINTER   

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