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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, FKBKUARV 18110. NO. 213 SHOT WWE IT PR WFR Cliv I n i.iiiii n I i Ila i bu Ths Supposed Crime of Worthless Son-in-Law. MKI Smith** «wn i* now in Jai’ for amanitin* Ilia fatlier while prolactin* hi* motlier in one of their quarrel#. CS THREATENED TO KIL’. HI FAMILY, Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium ALTON, ILL.. dr. KNOB announce* that he ha* efftabltahed In a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. HI* experience during many    ^ilT.^tTnn    of    "ti oan be ;S™»« »uTy .n »T, (mtitution of thin kind, under to Huper^ion .7 to Mto. »»'■ with th.-d of me^ no» ^tor- rfSXto    ~    by    their    medic-    adv*.* ,t interval* of »v*r»l hour. or day. free -CVSfiSS ll'U.VKtn.nd rrnnnen.ente ere „ perfect ch I* Ktoltofrom nervine nim are \fX 11    —    ■ %SS3SS^Ss^^s^p tionta, in addition to each other treatment aa may be deemed ads A LARGE SOLARIUM For Son Bath* and ererci.e in wild and    ®7id    reSdveaUi Each patient in thoroughly examined by Dr. Enon, ana daily personal attention. Anti Filmily ffnceeeded iii .•'(ting a Mullet Into th* Head of Hit M.rfher-ln-l,uw—Tin Miscreant K*. »|>e« but His Capture I. Confidently Fl)iPStc4 I hi* Latent Arr. *t ti. H r Cretin Hurrier ( Hit -Hrr.pi i «•I (rime. Lebanon. Iud, Feb. UBL—Edward Ran (id ll arid wife, ng*d respectively 7 snd 68 ; year*, hive lived on the same farm, in the .same house, for tho last thirty year*. T»i«*y ain held in high tvtofin and known for milt** around aw goo i Christian people. They ar*1 la good circumstances financially. Th* neighbors have a custom of holding prayer tm (dings ono night in each week at their homes. About forty ladies had gather!*I at Mr. Randall's Taeeday evening. After sp ading several hours in prayer and singing a id during the closing hymn tho report of a revolver startled all, end tile next instant Mrs. Randall staggered and fall, feebly cry* ig out that she was shot. vin account of the old man’s ftwddcnese au I tie* exci teutont of the women tho assassin ma'k* good bis escape without leaving the slightest evidence ai to his I leu tit v    All attention wa* turn * I ti Mr*. Randall and a doctor wa* summoned. Immediately upon his arrival no examination was made, which revealed tho fact that tho hall bad paw-od through the window gin** anil also the stove pip-*, then entering Mrs Randall’s through ber right eye aud ranging clear to the bark. of her head. Supposed Cause of the Nboullag. After making several un-uceessful attempts to proles for the hall it was git n up. The old lady is 'till alive hut anemious. Th. re Is not the slightest hope #n-i-Ulned of her recovery. The entire neigh b ir Loo J was up In arms in a short wlnls after the tragedy, aud the country scoured, b it as yet with no result. As soon aa tie* n wk reached this city a d twit ive wa* sent 11 the sc*ne, anil through his effort*, it i* rumored, a warrant wa* issued for 8an u«l bill eh urging him wltn the crime. In May, 1667, bell. a young man sud omddered a Wirt hies* art of a fellow, married a (laugh tor of Randall*. They had bid fern ll? quarrels, and had (erlel for weeks at a t ine, and finally dec! ling to have aa more to do witli him she returned to ber father As the family had no kindly feelings toward Bell be wa, alhiwed to come arouu I It Is rumored t hat this mode him angry toward them, and, It is said, lie frequently. wt*u at Miitedgevilte, a small village in the ami th part of this county, made Dream ped with •40,0(W>. NATCHER, Mi**., Feb. SIO.—Four weeks ago R E. II. Smith, who represented the Corbin Hanking compauy of New York city and who had opened a large plantation store at Elniey, La., disappeared. An investigation of his affairs, which has just cl wed shows he decamped with fully *•»,«». The Corbin company's attorney, who bas been here, has left for New York. A Dastardly Barrage* Loc is VILL*, Ky., Feb. HO.—News was received at Frankfort that a young man named Booth, about I® years old, wa> laid a minister, the Rev. Mike Whitman, near Compton, Ky., aud fatally cut him with a kniie. Whitman had once punished B«*oth while the latter was a school mjJ aud Booth threaten *d then to he revenged. The P coalitions Takm Against Stealing T*ienn. PLACED IN AN OBSCURE LOCALITY. Poisoned Her Own Child. Madison, Ind., Fab. HU. —The wife of V\ Ul-iatn Richmond, of Trunball county, Ky., who deserted her hudiand and cam# to this city, is ( barged with having secretly returned to lier. former home and admin!© tored a fatal draught cf poison to her baby during Richmond's temporary absence. The Cronin J wry Hr I her*. CBICAuo, F*b. *).-In the trial of thaal* legal Jury bribers, in this city TAediie*day, »x Bailiff Salomon swore that John (I rail am, the fugitive member of the conspiracy, was the man who superintended tbs illegal work. ________ TI red !.f Wrestling for a Living. Ah boy Ilia, Feb. SO.—Joseph Myers, a German living about tan nill## west of bere, committed suicide by hanging himself in his cellar Monday morning. Financial embar raftsmen is supposed to have been tile causa A PUPIL OF PASTEUR. Thousand# of People Who liar# Visited the Temporary Tomb of the Murdered President Have Looked on aa Empty Hareophsgae—How Friends of the rainily Took AeSlon to Prevent the Mealing of the Krutaias—A Heavy Task. Cleveland, Feh. na-The Garfield monument la coo,plated and preparations are now making for the dedication early in the spring, In view of Urn approaching transfer of the remains (rf Ureal* lent Garfield it is now possible to narrate an astounding story respecting tho disposition which has been made of Hie body of the late president for the leat four year*. When Garth* id kl return’tis were deposited in the vault In the Lake View nam attry It was announced they would be kept there until tho time came to make p. ruin naut disposition of them. Aft t the funeral the casket was placed in a sarcophagus I within the vault, which could be viowad from the path outside through an Iron grating The suspicion which tbs robbery of the grave of Mr. Htewart hat occasioned respecting the existence of an organised band ct grave robbers Induced the government to take -uncial mmftures to prevent any mu4i violation of this tomb, and a guard of soldiers wa* maintained there five years The (leant Bemused. Herretary Endicott removed the guard which caused the personal friends of the Garfield family In Cleveland serious apprehension, for some Intimation had beau re^ calved from detectives that the poeri busty of He Open* Up a Laboratory la the City despoiling the temporary vault had benn of New York.    ■uggetftcd to certain Chicago ghoul* It was New Yohk Felk 20—In a Uttle brick presifted by friend* of the Garfield family boiler at ITH West Tenth Street Dr. QI bear, a to remove rn Hie dead of night tho ——* »■ pupil of Pasteur, has opened e laboratory Building Lots for A I sale. Comer Main and Dry, 150x120, for $00. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450 Ninth and Market, 50x100, ----- $350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st-, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Paris.. One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front » one hundred feet and thirtylfrout, all very deep. Prises from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houses and Lots parts of the city. Call and in different sco list. Dorse? & Man, SID Now Ooen FOR TITE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, George find Third sts., Alton, III.__ corner of H V. HOFFMANN. 100-102 Last Second ut. mile agent* run the assertion that he would kill th* whole Randall family. Mr. Hand nil Eliot AL I .ast Thursday owning about 2 o’clock Mr. Randall started to hi# barn- When about half-way between the bouse an I l*srn he noticed a man stealthily approaching, and the next instant a revolver wa* fire I at him Ills dog being stirs ted by the report chased the man away. Tlia ball had Just {Hissed over the old man’s head and b**came imbedded in a lr** close to th* wait. II loin# dark the old man faile-1 to rec (gut*.? th# man. He went back to the hatse at mice and reported to the family what had hap* au*i institute whare hydropholrfa will ba treated and stud ut# will be Instructed lu the Pasteur uietlio L The doctor has fitted up the tat tora tory in as to be prepared for au> wri of the disease that may occur lathe city, and he talked to a number of doctors and reporters shout th-.* Pasteur treatment and hi* plans for the new laboratory. Dr Gibe ar sp >*« at some leugtli. giving hut own Hpsnsuw in ixprhutsh In wfai.rfi he had engaged with Pasteur, Bouiey, Cornil, Paul Bert, and other*. Heady for Inoculation-Afterward he conduct**! hi- hearers through the lehorab.ry, whare lie showed them a rabbit whose train and sfanal aulu had been exjxxied ready for inoculation, and another that had been Inoculated. This one was fiaratyted and, Dr. Gfiwar said. would probably live tim** days mom It* only sign of IU# was an BBBB#Ina#! quiver. A supply of the virus, an odd looking gelatinous substance, was also shown. The title of the institution is to be New York Pasteur institute. Its protect uuartecs are tem future will depend upon it* porary, SUCCUBI. and lls future doggo Kelley’s Nuece**«r. PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Feb. ».-The Repute {teens swept th# dacha They selected Ben-ater Rayburn to fill the vacancy in congress caused by the (teeth of Judge Ka Ll*/. roned After talking the mauve ow they  ----    — ,n the lookout and * apter* the or got sufficient evWemss to so*-•ga against some one. Not un i lo off er of Tuesday evtoing dbl rcvuai th • narrow caca!*? he hud Firebricks Wa* ranted “QUICK MEAL” HABOUSH STOCKS, lHce$     '    ..... Cook Staves to Last Five Years. fluttering, RESOLUTIONS ai UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTEDf By tis Bood Cilrns of All and Viciaity Mailing temp Jersey WHEREAS, It has Pleased his Royal Nibs ■ A. OIL To remain with the Good J ‘“’’P,1 Vicinity “FOR LO! I hose Many Y ^ Inaugural lug a System Sharp Gomimtitioii. lh’ it therefore, lait to Iv scoundrel ti, I ii a <• ' : (Im? tefTt1 tl.e frttnU run. Irxi-'.lenient In the Neighborhood. lntcnw- excitement prevails in th** neighborhood, and th# I a t th#t ttw »>l» Wf we# •hoi down in her horn# during -rvic.w brings out a determine! an*! nntted body of men that will sui ly bring th# right xiv b justice. E HTV little theory that u Luggostol is sifted (iowa Bell wa# soon to iittfts Ilan lsii’* boner a little while before the shooting, aud his boot answers to the print left by the towwin The## facts, together with tile throat# he has made, lend evktence that he is the guilty one. ll# had bson noticed by several in the Randall neighborhood together with a feeble minded boy who liviw near Milledgeville, and some think thai MI ha* ted th.- hoy In w!th him to aealst in gvoting away wttli tho Randalls. May He a Lynching, The escape of the guilty parties is hardly prolmMe as m»n are 'let cr iii I ne* I to capture them. Parti.* were out on horse bn <k a1 night in every direction, while others wore d toiled to go through the w-*^-te lf much more evidence appears aftainst Bell an is captor I by hi* angry pur*.non. they may 1.1... .... th.* first tree. It Is gcoer- They for recetver of texea, and fourteen cau*lkiatos for prfto* mag'ct rata, tether with Chwte* T* >'»• wick for city rn Heitor It U about th** big-—-st vi'-tmi y the ltepuWtoans ever won In - ■ * ----- they    of remains of Oar field from the sarcophagi!* and place them in some s#cure spot, tho identity of which would be known only to th# members Of Garfield’# family and to those who undertook to carry out the plan. Four mon, three (rf them prominent in budneee affairs end coe known professionally in Cleveland, decided upon an obscure v»ult in a remote portion of the cemetery where few visitors go. The Remains EplHtod Away. Them from whom the vault wa# procured had not the slightest idea of the purpose for which it wee to ne us* d. (in* night these four mon went to tbs tomb and removed the lid of the sarcopbagu*—a very difficult teak on account (rf ti# great weight Thay then undertook to rewove the ca*ket. compos*! of h**vy oak and    It    wa* with grim test toil that they were able to remove it from He place, and one of them ss severely st rain wl himself that bs never fully reeov-(.raj from the effect# (rf this Bight’s work. The safe* phagus we* tiwu ckwed and r*-Mated, the tomb door looked, and th# casket removed to the obscure burin I-place, it taking the greater part of the night to do IL Aa Era ply fo*rc«»phagas. AU evidences of any recent treatment of this tomb were then car-fully removed and the four men returned to Ctevelan* I and reported tothe member# of the OerflcId family what they I lad A ne Frcm that tun* until th U it b understood th* rem* ms bae# lain in th is re mot.* nook .rf the ©we*- ry, while thcusan.*. of per* *ns in tbs Uwt b ur years have stetted the temi»»r<«ry tomb of Garfield an't, a* they supix ac*I, {-lid silent homage t«» the memory of the president, wbtw* reman** they sui-w!* Mn the earcophagisa ALWAYS AHEAD With the aim of Loading in my Line of Business I have Received a Largo Stock of BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA IPG, at ma Sami Price. The Citizen* and Examine these Quality of Alton and Vicinity arr Cordially Invited to Call RCON. I ain not afraid of an Inspection of their J. HOWELL ort! 7® fRC j ANO tine I’0cc< to $75 Od. tm# «asu<fti (OH Is** tSttl-E*1*' IWK! *v assn* nosed to be report..rf  *    .    .    „ SI (xmfidcnt vert* they (A Th friend* .rf th ' nUy twllee#' th. ir tr'umph that they auterteak to oerry artioo was fully JuitrfteJ by the circum Randal Domocrat OO their ticket tor mag- ,t«no«a a JVI Ii* *» I MVRBWI mw wrwe    —--’    - us rate and in this th-*y made their only rnU- t»kv*. Th-* rmtular seven candtdalse seem to ta Ii * Th • regular seven ca na maw. «*-..* ^ j l». elected. The Randall man, Fig an. who beaded th# bolting ticket. poUerf nianjr tbou-Mfii of vote#, tail fail# short of #lecticn. fire string him up to th# first Inn It t* g- mw ally fcuppow I bs is lurking in the woods, and his iwpturv I* looked for at any moment. Big Fir# at South Amboy, K. J* Bouw Ameot, N. Feb. »).—A which originated in the cellar of Howell & Gordon's general store on Main »tr eet *le stroyed the structure and spread rapidly to the wight adjoining buildings which wen* ing we* of brick, thru# etorko hit w«r, located the Maam and ^ Fe|lo7B ,<Miffs# who tort aB of their paraphernalia. Among the other ploiwi burned out were the hat store of Jacob Harris, Wohoded* etoite ,„ff s*orc, Afi-crtOiater’s t-trber shop. Philip Btu in pl#’* dwelling, W*** • m vto’Aiit bn I WI i bu. TiW km rn The Pendleton (»hse*|ete#. C’incin a ATI. Feb. i».-A movement is - n foot bere to make the oheequiea **f the let* Minister Pendleton a national affair, to a public statement Mavor Mo*rf»y my#: “Mr Puodleton wa* a national figure and I think it looming Ills native city should howor him. I would Ilk# Senator Sherman, us colleague, to Oliver an oration TVm th# governors of Ohio. Indiana aud Su.uid to invited, together with lh* Ohio <r.*wwftl (twvtnMy We would have the Fuvt ^nncnt end ibepohc- -rf the city EEE military escort and too (rfvt,' l-Wlte* an imp ain# I /hiuh Muric hall would be th# most appropriate ptec# »» which to hold the service*. * store end a vacant building. placed al »70,0U>; pal tly tefturM Kl.LED HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW. Queer Verdict fotsrswl la a 'larder I <s»e In Indiana. Vevay, Iud.. Feb 5k).—A terrible tragedy wa* coacted Monday night at Flop n c, a •riling'* OU the riv.ff- above Told, a morntier of the firm Told, shed and kilted Kr-d F^tnan. Ida brother-in-law, mistaking him for a man— with whom he had trouhlE Baldwin had folio her.*, IV 11 ham of Hcbrumpf A Important Ulverra Casa. M* wi-i a LU Ma, Feb., The met un-nortant divorce cam this motion has expert ingrain, ap ta the oireult court before J udge Richard Field*. It I# lh# co## of Mrs. Mary K. KJ»»g *ga»n#t Will K. King for di eerie th** custody of four minor children and alimony. The defendant ta the Mi# wealth I* *ri Bise in the county .hriag ««• of the chief stot-kraisers In this mctton. tliit tiui dtfefHMMlt plaintiff had to do- chok#*l abused ber the ©tee. od beaten lier end had oihcrwtes Much intermt is being taken in Ie of this pars ii Hor anil RESOLVED. That we ^Ji^mid'Good" crest H, when to    VI!    11 MS ll ING cmVVh'ing, HOOTS. SHOES, and DUY GOODS, to (nil ‘m furnishing THE GLOBE. AND BE IT FURTHER bi* RESOLVED. Tbit la order Ste .^htor, . i«kUi longer we ill of *.» ■,“„l, it LOW PUK KS, ind HILDEBRAND, for all their J'**    * a Copy of thii be cunt to IHE GLOBB. A. that HOYAL Nills with « to ..Iii WM. Goods Et CITY OF ALTOS AID toffee* ta hi# lief ore midnight -OUml. The painty , over the remain* rf death from acct * the I nu,), Co in in 11 tee- Lew Balds in late iii Urn afu-i mam    __ . lowed ToM home snd had mad#    «r,,r* enter tin* I. us# * V lite front d ^, hut faUtag to KH* ta had g**n* av«r- K^rn»n fo*a » <rf tbe trouble and csine to TokTs l.omc through the hack yard, ami was taken f(*r Baldwin by Tote. wim ca!ted to him two or ttoeo tines to stop. bfit not doing so. Teld fired et him. the tx*’! taking fureboad, Ewinsa ‘lied fro'u th** * ff‘ d# **f I* ' * ©>rot»«*r te'id an toques! i*l rendered a * rdict * dented shoot *ng.    _ EepiHMod To He Elm—d# Br. Lona. Ftb Ifi-Th# Chicago dto^ ive Who Ka# mad. the arr .at ter# of “J. R Kelley,» has par; *riy thrown all rep rter# oft me tra* k I) Nekimi    too-.v* man under arrest i* ital * •* port sent (*arh -r. It is tearnwi really J. B,* id*, th# man furniture I ut to th» t aria two men who arrived here from CL1-Lieut fip-nnan, of th# (1®^ ch^* Office, and Marti lima, a who ban ted th* furniture and by Kl. ,nuax Th »y htentitt**.! to* man a# Snnonda    - .........— itll VI ll* -Murder. Fe*' ‘.— Henry Smith, ,4wgc I elk th# mur-,..,r. Wit ber horn# .g dmiMrth troubles l e o bour# after sh# that bl* wif* bai kill#*! herself,,m tho 4foe I* uud ter (toad with b v head twrvibjy The couple bad lived unhappily Operation ss G#a. Hatter*# if** Lowell, Mem, Fab. JU -Oeu taithE ba# •ut .ml iud to an operation by Dr. Gilby, of Beton, upon hie #y.»U Fur wvweJ »«#ks th# rn rn er has o#um4 aud interf##*#*©’ with bi#    .    J aration *oasisted of aa metric and luff (rf Ute eyelid. It Is not suppuswlto to 7..u..ur^ .IM.-.;- ,(,1, ,u    «>■ *##*J “J “ nie*w, M!>s Fnrkor. Bv «*    ^ able to keep an engagemeafc to R oshtngtun tho latter part of the we-k_____ Big Etrlhe el Hllefc*rs Natick Mom.. Fib 20—AU the stitctefu to IL H Brown's factory »“*»* riruck, <»wtng t„ the diwhar^ of .me ..f num»-*r who was a hasnt from th# factory for b caua* of ric fUosptlee So James WhlUSWk IsDiAMAEOLia, Feh to—Ttoappr.*ctotiou „f Joan* Whittxwnb Riley by lad tana polis was shown ta the reception tendered him Tumdav *ncuing by I # Indianapolis Literary club Address** and short talks were made by th# Ref. Joseph *1    th* Hon 'V. F. Fifth back, th# Rev IL A t leve-tond th# Rev Hyde, J»d«vJ Howland, the Hon. John L Onmtbs and Uhcr*. Mr Riley rerited two poama of hie own ooraposition- He said be meant ■erve respect hereafter Union Peel fir Affaire. Boston, Fab to-Th# official *UU*i*>nt cf the Union Pacific railway's entire system •bows: Gru»e earnings for December, ^ 354,8641 mcrsoe*.    Rx| on-*#*. •-* 6W,7«; hwrmffi. litri.H' Fbr_ _twsfve moot)., midi ag Dec. »L P-    JJ* in,.ri-ai-# •«»*•,727. Ripeness, 226,016, tucrsem. 2U7,4to; mri earnings. WM 219; tamtam, #108.**> « ummltlee na Claima. Wahhinoy »S GITT, Feh. to - Th* senate committee (*n ctolius at rf* tow-1 tug ordered a favorable report on the bid to sutUorise tto e<retar> of tbs timoury and Urn proper ! aes-ounting o«.ers to rotate mtto. and I sty to th • owner* of private die* the bal- THROW ASIDE YOUR FUEL KATBHfi ANH 1NVKST IN ((inland Stoves and togfs. Builders' Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter s Tools in the City. Grain aud Japanned Im. A. L. FLOSS Tilted Street, opp. Belle. Telephone 32. nam at commi-siona due them. prof*late* 2S5d,(WU. The UU ai# that he Is rho had the oitta,;*. The are .‘kneel Tb# Iwo day* *trik«rs teHmI um. u-    *** the in*’tel, ami they a#*T( iiinv, ferluag int...... .. A. ^ (.wing to the a* gk '*t or [f#liv*ry of The Panama CaaaL CxIcaoo, Fab to-The eommtefcm « French etigtiwwr* who have been examining th** f' canal, ar# her. on their _waf Tb#v .leeUn# to my whether ten** will be favorable as to the |<racti* ahil- l»r^fW© *mD« tag the cenal or mot, tai fnm» I 11    11    .    ,    _    ^.1    (hot    It    Will Sl'SSSOTli rn... i. SIM tL.1 (.U.I..OT.M. ( Iiftrgcd * Ixixijc!**, Oft., • god 68. we* arr*** #d cia (tor of his wit >! cs- • on Monday <»* acc* »ni» but rvturn*«d at night. in uperly toloog* to th# foreman. Heavy Dawa»v Cemmeaeed. to - Th# victims of tbs Grand Trunk Georg*, near Hamilton, about have U*fuu Holt for damages ToBCtoTn, Ont., Feb. the railway accident on railway at bt a year against railway company ten datlag th#'r V.lite. th# algate amount of •tick is |3I),0MP.    ______ Bayard Tayler’# »«elh#r t»#ad. * |gx«jmatt Kqcae*. Pe, F-b. to-Mn. Hfttocca Taylor, mother of *te lat#jUmta guiriied author ami G-aveter li-yard Tay-Wdted her# Tuesday fit Iter <toth X®^* ofter a Utef Mn. Taylor hmUgrow u quite fo ol# physically, hut y.yed t)(- es’icty of her many fritofiE TUE IMPROVED “BANNER LAMI*. bouse of ft* beaten. It Waft Feted li*wa Ottawa. Can,, Feb. to— lo th* B.woUir« ‘tJSfc earthy’* bill for th# aboBtioo <*f th* French S^lfit tai tauguag# IU th# m^^wm i,«*. Th# a mend un* ut em that anair* Uu»uld remain vxactly as they ara. M#w Yerh's World Fair Mill- Au...., S Y . C U ft.-TU. "g# conferenoe oommrftoe on the in the anwmbly Tuesday »• rf I IV to L in tli# mn*to was (x>ncurr**d ta and the UU paamd. th# WU wa# adopted morning by a vc _    _ ■mr* •af* __ ..    *■ Hoppe’s Cliina HaU| lit) West Third bt. ai.... V ;