Alton Daily Telegraph, December 5, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

December 05, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois TELEGRAPH. , J VOLUME 30.ALTON, ILL.. FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5. 18:,'0. NE# CAMES! POPlftAB GAMES! NO. 153 THE LATEST CKA2E: T1DDLEDY WINKS. (A u«*w and Interest fig game’) TUR POPULAR OAKS: I ClliSII (IN TUE Kill Fatal Accident on the Chicago and Alton Road. TWO OF THE PASSENGERS KILLED, UL Ii. Po 19 SMCI reratrkably fascination for t or aa and old. (lf you would ba happy, play “HALMA.” (By Hie author of • Raima.”, It is equally interesting to children si well ai adults and is learnsd to play in three minutes. The great Military Game -'Should bs in every family, •dr We alto carry in stock the ever papular Parches*!, Progressive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Toss, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety of other interesting and pleasing Board Games. -Cr — Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles! The LATENT, The ll ENT, The HOST PUZZLING I faTThe famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doobt the most interesting and Fascinating Puzzle vet introduced Nothing like U. Mutt bs seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c. HERK*8 A NOTI I KR, THE POCKET DE KHY, A new Rat e Game for Yorno and old, a fascinating and exciting Game of chance. Only 10c. CHAS. J. DEGENHART, On* of Them Mm HU Head Torn from th* Body Mid PrrMnti rn Horrible Right-Wa Oilier P«rwM Injured frightful Acridest *t * Joliet HI*.I Furnace-Mematmr Twrpie’s Moth*r Rnnirri to Other *f Uhnp*. Rf. Ig>utg, Oh h—-Th# CUoifo Aud Alma passenger train, hound for Ka hmm Lily, leaving Chicago Wednesday night, wa* wrecked at Jacksonville Thursday morning at 8 o’clock, fred Smith, mer chant, of Pekin, 111*., and J a me* Riffler, of Fountain Place, Ilia , were instantly killed. Six were more or I*** injured The Chicago and Alton ex preen bad «toi>|Mr<l on th* (naming to take on passenger* whew th* heavy freight, coming from the *outit and which wa*, according to the statement* of the Wabash official*, unmanageable. came thundering along and crashed into tile rw*r aiceper, *plittlrjg It entirely in two piece* The eugin* ruahrd through the aieeping car, throwing the sleeping pn-aengere, dead and wounded to the right and left, piling cam of coal In a huge maun upon the demolished passenger coach. Recovering the ll.Mile*. A few momento afterward a headless laxly was found »U( king oat of the ruin* a id tak. n out. A little while afterward tile head wa* found and placed W-lde the trunk. The body wa* identlfled a* that of Jai ne* Rimer, of Fountain Place, Ilia., who boarded the train at Delavan The ! “***f    recovered    wa*    that    of    Fred j Baith, a merchant of Pekin. IU*. Ilia | body wa* rruahed. Six other f ta-ti j were taken from the wreck with broken | limb* aud internal injurie*. General j Manager Hay*, of the Wabash, la of the opinion that the Chicago and Alton train had atopp*<| on the crossing to get a *tart and by ho doing got in the way of the freight. Ll*t of th* Injure.I. William B. Knight, of Kanaa* City, was bruised and badlj -caid.-.I by .team from I tile heating apparatus of the car; Edwin Giles, a j oung man from Mount Vernon, N. I,, wa* cut alMiut the Head and badly hurt: James K Clark, of Clark, Van Ta* roll dc Co , leather dealer*, of Boston, wa* »l»o «iuit* badly bruised; Mrs Fanny Klinglenburg wa* much prostrated by tile shock and somewhat bruised, but wa* able to go on The wounded were removed to tin* city hospital, where they received the h'-t of aftculion aud will doubtless re aiver, with the possible exception .rf Knight RAISED THE PRICE OF WHEELS. I’m*)**** »f Buggy 11 an it fee lurer* at J ack son, Mich., Paralysed. Jackson, Mich., Dec. S.—One year ago the A mer ic. m wheel trust wa* glveu th* use of the great shop* vacated here by the Smith purifier int free. The w heel trust of today wa* not a wheel trust then, aud agreed to constantly employ git) men. Not half that many are now at work. On the strength of tieing furnished wheel* cheap several large concerti* were started bere There are a score of manufacturer* of buggies, and the great rise SB per art (rn the cheapest grade of wheels—ha* paralysed their bit-foma. The rise I* heaviest In “D,’ rw common wheel* used in cart* and cheap buggies, and tbs price being nearly doubled they must either go the wall or lose their contract*. Manager White Was Not Posted. J. W. Whit*, manager of th* wheel trust * works here, wa* seen Wednesday lie solemnly declared he hadn t beard of a cise of fft per aet, making wheel* that cost St SO uow *7.80, but admitted there had been an advance of from ll Soto *2 per set. When ack cd if there wa* any cause for the advance at thl* particular time, Manager Iota Skid that lf there was any he wa* not |mated aa to w*hat It was, He might know later on. The Grip of the Trust. The fact I* well know n herr, where IOO,-Ult set* of wheel-are annually used. that the wheel trust has its grip upon every carriage and wheel manufacturer in the country, and the advance in thia city would, outside of the National Wheel company * shops, bleed the owner* for f^)O.IJOU. There are four shops in Indiana and one in this city where wheel* are made outside the trust. HK INDIAN TROUBLE. It Comes Up in the United States Senate. COAL. ! * OORHEE8 FAVORS FOOD FOR REDS LOADED FOR LEGISLATORS. Solon DISAX.Kit IX Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys. IO! and 103, cor. Third and Piasa sts. Alton A HORROR AT JOLIET. FOR HARD TIMES. A Sc BOX COUGH DROPS. IGC BOTTLE GOUGH .SYRUP. ID* BOX FAUE POWDER. 10c BOTTLE COLOGNE. 10c PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER. IOC BOX GOOD LIVER FILLS. IOC BOX HOOD SALVE. -o— AT -o- MARSH ALTON AND UPPER ALTON. IT’s NO SECRET. That onr STOCK is the MOOT COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton. Wa can show you Something New aa often aa you call in: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussel* Ingrain,    Art Squares, Bag or Hemp. IN CURTAINS: Dado or i’lain,    Lace or Portier. XIV RUGS: Fur Moquette,    • {Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Catlap** af rn III**! Va ruse*--Twelve Mea Reported Kilted. Joliet. Ill*,, Dec. A—A terrible accident, aith Ina* of life, occurred at th* blast furuse* department of th* intnofr Iron and Steel company'* work* Thursday. I he blast furnace, which was blown out tor ret! id ag and repaire, made necessary since the relent explosion, which was al-o attended with lorn of Ute, Ml to the ground Thursday,when about twenty men were en g iged at work on It. Eleven men were at work in th* inside st the bottom and about six on top when th* accident hap lamed Mix have beeu token to Ft J tv a ph's hospital, few of whom arr expected I* live; and three dead have been taken t » < luunU-rlain * undertaking establish HtoOL Very Meagre Detail*. Workmen are busily engaged digging among the ruin*, but those that remain are certainly dead. It is reported that at Uast twelve men have (sum killed The cli v I* in a state of excitement and grief, and the company are doing all in their power under the cire uti»*tam-es At present writing, moly a few nam-* are known, aud th* number killed cam only I** conjectured, as laborer* around the boller* and blow pipes may have lost their lives. Daring th* present excitement it is impossible to get details. A FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. Thi Turpi* Ladle* like to tea the Neweat and Fin cut in House Decorations. Th# Kasiaat way to see them ta to Call frequently at our establishment, whether you wish to buy or not. Agad Mot hr r of Kenstur Hurt im I to Droll). DELPHI, Iud., Dec. A- Mrs. Mary Turpie, over WU year* old, the mother of the Hon! Divide. Turpie, United State* senator from Indiana, met with a horrible death at her hon** near this city Wednesday. 8 ie had Item living for the teat thirty live >ear* with her sob. Robert Turpi* Wednesday morning about 9 o’clock hr stepped (tut to transact nome busine** with a neigh I* >r, leaving her alone in the sitting room of the bouse, in which an open fire burned. He returned within half an hour anda most horrible eight met hi* eye* Ills aged mother was lying dead near the tire place, with nearly all of her clothing burned from brr and her body frightfully disfigured byth* flames Robert Turpie I* greatly prostrated by the aad occurrence A Outkrte, O. T.. I Uttar sad Yearning fur Gore. OPTM hie, O. T., Dec, A—In an editorial reference to the council proceeding* Frank H. Greer, of The Daily Htate Capitol, saki W edne*duy: “Foster's remark that Brown, of Oklahoma, ought to roast in b—, I* a naube!I report of the situation." The Brown referred to is “Cock eye” Brown, the Republican councilman from Oklahoma City. When he heard of the editorial be arrayed himself for active hostilities god went forth ou the war |iat h after Editor Greer. The latter is a small mao. while Brown IsaBOO-poiindcr, but when the councilman finally found Grier the aew«pa|ier man showed no lad) Cation of weakening CDM flat Their Artillery. On the contrary be reiterated hi- statement in picturesque language, referring incidentally to some alleged discredit*!.)* passage* la Brown searer. Finally the lie pawed and Brown produced bl* six •hooter. Editor Greer was also armed •ad an impromptu duel was impending when several members of the council Interfered aud disarmed tbs com I ai taut* It I* believed, however, that the trouble Is only over for the time, aa Brown Will veam* tor vengeance, and Greer is bladed up with artillery Ut anticipation of a fight.    _ Th* AlUaac* C«*i»iilIon. Ocala, Fin, Dee. A— Thursday morn Ing s session of the Alliance convention was devoted to the reading of reports of officer*. The national secretary’* report made a good showing The committees •re progressing well In their deliberation*. The colored delegates were received in the white convention at noon. and were greeted with fraternal expression* of hope and good feeling. A. II Gallaber, frater na! delegate of the Workingman’s Reform league, of New York, and W. HL Carey, of Washington, delegates of the Anti Monopoly league, addressed the (un veu I ion. They advocated close union of their organ nations and the Alliance. I Rather Thaa th* lour of Arms ta th* State* af Worth and Sooth Dahot* sn# NVI.r»-ha—Th* Day’s rrom-ltafi In th* House—Death af Surgeon l.rnrrtl Ital-tor-Pre-ldestlal Nom inst low* (spital I tty ( ailing*. W V SHI MOTON CfTT, De*, k—In the wa ■ to Thursday after petitioae, etc,, had lawn presented aud referred, the Joint resolution reported WVdnwida) by Hawley providing for the iaeue (rf arms to the -tale* (rf North aRd Mouth Dakota and Ne brank* wa* taken up. Voorhees read from The (’inrinnari Enquirer an interview with ex-Governor Foster, who had recently served no *„ Indian ctffnmi»*ion wherein Mr. Foster stated that in hi* opinion the whole troll bk* arose from bad t*»Hcy. I noon i p< teticy of some officials aud starvation of the Indians. Voorhees said that was Hie reason be would rather vote fur the issue of rat iou* than of arms. Adopted the Resalntlou. Davis and Teller tbt* defended the administration of the Indian department and Allison -uggreu-l that In order to prow the matter to the bottom sn inquiry •a* made; although be did not believe the trouble arnee from the mistreatment of the I ii., inns. The joint re*. .I ut iou was passed. Morgan offer d a resolution, which went over, for the appoint meat of a committee of inquiry into the Indian trouble. I be senate then pnseeded with tho, eon toleration of (lie to,feral election WU, thigh arguing in opposition thereto. Proceed legs |R mr House. The house Thursday passed the IAH pro vkling for the punishment of every guard lan or other person for the em hr ie tem* ti t of the |*>u*kMi of hi- ward. Atkinson ca]lad up the bill to facilitate th* settle inent of military aud us val claims against ! the I tilted Ftstee for paying bounty and J allowances. Feeding act iou th* morning i hour expired and the house went into j committee of t he whole on the pension ap ■ pr>.print iou MU. Th© FamouH Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice In any ot the city. Hums to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clin k era or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the West. HARD COAL In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality t'nsurpnssed, CUT NOW. BEFORE THE SIC ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TELKPHONK 84 ANT) 31 A -OF- WASHINGTON MISCELLANY. Drslh ut xvrp-iiM (.ruers! Heater. W Asg I KOTO* CITY, Dec, A—Burgeon (General Baxter of the army, who wa* stricken with paraly*!- on Monday last, died at his redden©* in this city at an early hour Thursday morning. Dr Bax ter was bora In Vermont In HOT He practiced law when a young man, aud toter became a physician, aud ta June, IHM, In-filtered th# army as surgeon of the Twelfth Massachu**tie* voluuteer* and the next year became brigade cur genii After the war Mnrgeon Raster was appointed OMMi-tant medical purveyor with the rank of lieutenant colonel, and In 1*72 President Grant promoted him to the chief medical purveys mb >p of the army, and he held that position until Aug. lilj last, when President Harrison appointed him surgeon general. JOST RECEIVED, -AT- Th lain There Will He Fight ing. SAK Fa A SCISM), Dec. k— Capt. K H. Higgins of the Second cavalry, aiders eaniQ to (ten Miles, god an excellent authority on western Indian matter* ie in the city from Chicago speaking of the en nut ion, he -aid ‘‘I have no doubt there will he tight ing Homier or later with til* Sioux at Standing Rock awl Pine Ridge agenete* I know the more prominent leader* of th* Indians at these agend** intended to start out next spring and raid cattle ranches, but some of the young men on th* reservation favor fighting bow. The trouble must come eventually in my judgment. ” A hew tssfrrMioaal Alta*. Wash I KU TOK OTY, Dec. I —Clerk Michael, of the acuate committee tut printing. ha* just prepared a supplement to th* emigre*-I<mal director), giving eurract maps of the slates, ahu* tag the buuadari* * of congressional districto and uountie* giv-tag the population of states by counties according to the recent census, sad the to tai population of - isles as shown by the return* of 18N> and of IMH The supplement contains in addition to other valuable Inform orion the apportionment law of IfiMT. and a IM of titles of all congree* -tonal references to representation in congree* pins & Mm's. READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS! A Young Lawyer’s ( lose ( sit. Ox roup, Neb., Dec. A—A young Omaha lawyer named H. S. frau* was the central figure in a sensational scene at th* depot bere Hr was pun ti ding ticket* for himself and Mims Loa Holdrege, a young girl who had come here with bim from Ara ins hoe two Week* ago, whim the girl’* father, a Im) had followed them, stepped up to the window, and, pointing a pistol at his head, fired. 'Hie bal! failed to take effect, ami another which wow sent after him aw he run by the indignant father also went wide of its mark. Mr. Holdrege say* Crane abducted the girl. I’resMestial 1’u.t maul era. W (MUM,TUN CITY. Dee k-Th# pre*i drat ba- sent to thereunto the following nomination*;    Post master* Iowa, John Bush. Kl (xviii#. J. VV Stocker, Is<gau. slat birl Ary Mapleton Kansas- Fred J, Krueger, Hays City; J W Graves, Norton Minnesota >amurl Owens, Tower .Michigan Janie* Brooks, 8t Joseph. Ohio W, B. Gamble, Akrou Penn-) I-vania T. U Maiieir, Forest City. Wis-ouaaio <) P 8ten*mon, Menominee NEW GOO] XCoine and See Them.: E. H. Goulding lire Jeweler, Alta. A. J. HOWELL. TUE FINEST HK AICH. Radiant Home, |TliK BLAT BARD GOAL BAIK lit BUER. Superior, HK MOf*r MCITKOT COOK 9TOV K lf ADK FIKE HACK* VI AUICANTCD F«»K IIVI VK ARA. Weal Dows a Itll AU Haag*. HALIFAX* N. &, Dee. Intelligence wa* received in thi* city of a fearful die aater in the Bay of Fundy off Harbor*!!!*, Coni wet Us, a two-topmast dc horner betag en prised aud going down with a1! hand*. Tile diaa-tor wa* witnessed by person- on the land, who, owing to a heavy storm, were unable to render ansistance The vessel sunk in ten minutes after turning over The identity rf th# schooner i* unknown Wreckage !**g»n to wash ashore two hour* after the disaster. There la no name on any of the wreckage. No bodies have yet bern washed ashore. Katal Fir* at Ptttabnrg. Pf TTM? no, Dec. I—Fire at midnight last night burned the building at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue aad Ninth street. There were about forty occupants la the building at tit* time, two of whom, Mr. Irwin (toe janitor) and hi* wife, were boread to death. The fire caught in the ha*eru#«it tad ascended up the flues of the heater to the third Mud fourth floor*. There were many thrilling escapes from the burning building but it is thought Bo other* were lyiously burned. L'eSt to Ko etal* th* G«|*r. Dr SUK, Dec 5. At a meeting of the Catholic hierarchy held at the residence of Archbishop Walsh in thia city, it was resolved to Issue a manifesto declaring that th# archbishop* aad bishops of fo. land mealier that Mr Parnell i- unfit to reuiatn the leader of the Irish party. The objections to Mr Parnell are based mainly oa moral ground*, but it is also the opin km (rf the hierarchy that hi* coot Iou ance in the leadership would Inevitably tattle di-union in the party. A Mere*M»r to artolater Minter. WAnaixoTo* City, Dec V A special to Th* New York Press Mays that the presl-deut and St- retary Blaine are seriou-ly considering the appointment of Congree* man Morrow of California, aa minister to Guatamata in place of latuatug B Mix aer, m a I led. Datjr os “the Angelus.'* Wakhim.TDK t’tTY. Dec A—Assistant 8ai retary Spaulding of tile treasury department ha* rendered a de* i-ion holding that the hnad*meu of the famous painting the Angelus” are bable for HAKA duty oa the [Minting re Ff CJM CliOCKB GOLD and BILY KB , JRjL    la Urge V artety wATCHE8!    Accordians, JEWELRY ^WAl> SI LV KH WA RE ^%|rffc¥Cr!LSllVERWAREa«. uUIIarS. ^ And instr Unppllee. Hoiisebold, Domestic and Standard Sewing Mc’s. Sawing Machine Needle! and Repair# of all kind*, Mold, Silver and Steel Spectacles to Suit ill. Clock*, Watches and Jewelry Repaired. tCapres* Rebbarjr at ZmmiIH#, Okie. Zanesville, Ohio, Der k—At « o’clock Wed ti reday night th* United Heats* Ex priss messenger left a sachet containing several thousand dollar* in packages bang-big up in th# office at the Baltimore and Ohio depot white be stepped out on bud-ncsM. He locked the d(*»r, but when he returned five minute* afterward th* door ( wa* uulucked and the contents of the esche I gone The Express official* are vary reticent, nfu-mg to say how much I* the loss. Detectives are at work. FALL SUITS. I AM MOW BRADY TO to KNtoll KVKRY MAM IM ALTOV WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, Would Net Relieve 111m Dead. May* Lamuno N J., Dec I Th* body of George Fay, a prominent druggist of thia place, wa* buried Thursday afternoon. Mr May died fifteen daya ago, but hie three sisters, who are Spiritualist*, would not eon-cut to hi* burial, believing that he would return to Ufa The corpse still retained It* life life appearance, the cheeks twin* red aa rn era. The sinter* took turn in watching th* tifeleea form of their brot her and have not doubted or Urn faith in the Aptrita. ii. A. HOFFMANN, IOO and IDS £. SECOND ST Horribly Ha mod by Cl Tab a's. CHK tx si Al I Dec. A Th# too I of [lotaxh it the old chemical works on Yunghluth •ventre, exploded about • o'clock Thoro lay morning Two men living near by wire horribly burned One was as black a* a negro from the shower of chemicals, aud it is twlieved that he will not live. Several other [arsons were more or lea* injured. Several fire eom pan tea were or-ie red to the scene rte* ta a Rune* Hews*. Rolla MD, Mich , Dec. A—Wednesday morning an early fire was discovered in Ute round house of the Chicago -lid Wast Michigan railroad, ami In -Toe of the heroic efforts (rf the firemen Abe building wa- entirely con-umed. The * were seven engines in the building, which were badly damaged The lo— U retune!-I at aahlgh aa I Md,1 GII but Superintendent Agnew Iii ink«It will not exceed fSh.nuu Thirty Years Sir Warder. Chicago. Doc. I- Jaau* Hreedergaat, who on Jan. ll last atabhad a fellow-workman named John Bain In front of ie Wast Quincy «treet iwcauee they were rival* for the hand of the same girl, was Thursday morning found guilty in the criminal court and write mod to thirty year* in the penitentiary. MADK FFIN LOT IIN PKLKCTKD KKPKClALLY KOK F AIjL, WEAR. CMr IN TUM MOTT STYLISH MAMMBR, Witt! Perfect F^Lt, ’ANI) rive Manti Cremated. Lam amtt ll. Du., Dec k—J. 0. Zook’* huge frame 4xbk on Uh riot tea street, to-m>tLer with five horses, was burned Wednesday night At) lux:npant named Abraham has been arrested charged with letting fire to the stable. At Figure* that will Please All. H.C. G. Moritz. FALL GOODS! Me Micks to Paean London, Dec. k«-Mr. Jam t L (’arew, lri-h Sat tonal int mem lier of lou-e of rom mon* for the northern di\ lagrn of Kildare ha* * fit ten from a sick (—1 to hie col league* bere, aunounidug hi* adherence to Mr. Varnell Dr. DIM* Marek* Water, Bf) UK, I tee S.—After making an <-xam-t of Prof ©asor Koch's curative '.ympk, Dr. Dixuo of Philadelphia, bra ykl led hts claim to priority of discovery. Hal Mincy Alter the ti Uh Yale. I/)*DOK. live. h The New* ray* tost I/i-d Salisbury is again angling for tire irish vote and demands that he state the main provisions of his home rule WIL AXOTtfBM U>T Off CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMERE), JT'T BSC Bl V BD FOB FALL WK AK. ALSO A riMB UNB Of /I Clat tajfur Overco&t* rot FAIX AMD WIKTBB. BOECKMANN i    ri (k . SIUu.    A    *    a    . ;