Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois
VOLUME 20.ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 27., 1890.
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Molt Terrible Tragedy Caused by the Combination.
BLOODY WORK OF A JILTED LOVER.
Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium,
ALTON, I LL.
SNOB announces that he ha* established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the
TREATMENT OF ALL MABLE DISEASES.
BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.
IDs experience daring many years has convinced him that all diseases oan be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under th* constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not otherwise at oommand, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or days.
The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free Irom all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse earxand ie near the Union Depot.
The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.
Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen And its compounds; Baths, Douches, Maaaage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pa-fleets, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.
A LARGE SOLARIUM
For Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.
Eaoh patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and reoeives his daily personal attention.
FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.
For further information addrtt# Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, comer of George and third Ste., Alton, III.
Se Ley* Ie Welt tor Hie Former Sweetheart, Fat* a Itnllet Th rom ult Her Heart aud Alw* Shoot* Her Escort—He Then Complete* the Htoody Work by needles • Mullet » rattling Through HI* Owe Heed—The Criminal Record.
MonTomiKnr, Minn., Feb. 27.—erased with Jealousy anti liquor Thomas Y india •hot ami in* tautly killed hi* sweet boart, mortally wtmndod hi* hated rival, (trod two •hots without effect at tile father of the girl, and they kneeling betide her lifeless body (rat a bullet through hi* own l*rain, hit life-blood rom mingling with that of the object of bi* adoration. The tragedy, the most terrible in the history of la) Nuttier county, occurred at the home of Frank VV anba, a well-to-do fanner living is the Boti titian settlement four mile* Konih of thie Oily. VV arba is prominent in county politics and oo* of tbs few recognised leaden of the bohemians of Minnesota, ami bae several pretty daughter*. It ha* long been a •object of gossip in the aefeUement that mob of the VV ualta girls would receive a handsome dowry in cash upon marrying, aud this ae well ae their personal popularity brought to their feet a bast of admirers.
Th* First Cease et Trouble.
Among thane were Thorne* Yindra, a young Bohemian fanner with considerable property, and Frank Weaver, an Ameriaaa youth, whose handsome face counted for m ire with the female portion of tho community than hie oash, of which he had but little. Yindra wa* a frequent visitor at tbs Watha bomeetead, mid wa* geoerally looked epos a* a prospective am in law cif th* wealthy farmer. He wa* madly in love with Mi** Little Wasba the eldest of four deter*, and •he in a measure reuipr<waled hie ardent af-faction. Kb* met Weaver at a ball New Year**, danced with him surer a I times to the mortification of Yindra, and finally broke off bor engagement with tbs latter.
Shot th* tHrl Through th* Heart.
The lad blood ettgan lered U t ween YIn-dr* aud Weaver culminated about I o’clock Tuwlay morning. Mi** Wash* ami Weaver attended a party at a neighbor'* ami shortly after midnight "tarted for the girl'* boma an the outskirt* of the settlement. Weaver cor WI Min* VViodin borne, bad* liar goodnight at tbs gat*-, and turned to go to hie own home, when Yindra sprang from behind a hush, drew a revolver and discharged it point I dank at Miai Waaha. The lulled took effect in ber shoulder, and she ran back to Weaver for protection. Ae she ca rut toward Yindra ti* rawed hi* revolver again, took deliberate aim, and shot the girl through the heart As abe fell a cor ins Yindra turned and planted a bullet in th* body of Weaver Th* shot lodged In hi* back Mid he, too, fell, a* Yindra supposed, ■lead.
The Last Aet of the Tragedy.
At this Juncture Mr. W aahs startled by the shote, came running out of the house and was met by Yindra, who withouts word •bot at him twice, causing a hurried retreat Yindra then knelt in the enow by th* side of hie •werthanrt and taking her hand in hie placed th* rn nude of bis revolver to bls tem-
E* and blew out his brain* A few minute* ter Mr. Wa*ha, having armed himself, went out into the yard and wa* horrified at finding the dead bodle* of bb daughter and Yindra and further on th* prostrate farm of Weaver, totally para I yawl by the bullet, which bul "track hie spine. Tbs neighbor* were failed In, th* two dead bodies were sent bere, while Weaver was taken to the Watha bouse and is not expected to live
both lived, and struck ber on Hic head with a club. Mr*. LU-we lien* skull
is fracture I, ami a1 ti lough she ie Rill alive (he c.innot possibly recover. Her unnatural sou has fled.
A Woald- Be gat* Htewer (aught.
Loudon, Ohio, Feb. 27.—Tuer* was intense excitement here over the ai rest of David Willoughby, a member of tbs council, on the charge of attempting to blow a safe in lh* Phixer house billiard hail end saloon. The testimony against him w • to the effect that he proposed to Matey Thompson some day* ago to rob the Mf* and divide tbs booty, and Thompson agreed, but sent for a professional, who turned out to be a detective. They laid their plans so that Willoughby wa* found in the saloon ready to do his part when be was arrested.
(tat Nothing for Their “Nerve”
Minnxapomb, Minn., Fob 27.—A Tribune •pee ta I from Butte, Mont., says: Tbs Pipe stone Hprmg* stage coach wm held up Monday afternoon by two masked men. There was no (me on the ooweh but th* driver, and ho had no money or valuable*. The robleg evidently Intended to Intercept a shipment of moony going out to pay off grader* on (lie Northern Pacific Homestead route They were disappointed in th la, aud gat nothing.
Mr*. KunilaU's Assailant*.
I .leu* sos, Ind., Fob. 27. Samuel Ball Mid Odver Lee, charged with th* attempted ae weal na Ut. ti of Mrs. Randall daring the progress of a prayer meeting at her nous* near this city on the evening of Feh. IT, were ea-aamini bere Tues lay. After taking th* tee Min on y of thirty wttuwMm they were bound over to the criminal court in tbs sum of FLUX) each. For want of bail th* prisoners were placed in Jail
Will of the Late Jacob Astor.
DSP08AL OF THE VAST E8TATI*.
With th* (exception el Lee* Thee SI.* 000.000 All the Wealth Is Devised to the Hen, William Waldorf Asta*—Tho TI blea Will realest About Ta Ba Bb Had—A fecal lac Accident ta aa Athlete—William K. Werner Dead.
Nxw York, Fab 27.-Tho wlJl of the late John Jacob Astor was flied by William Waldorf Astor, ie person in the •arrogate'* office. It is a short document; less than a
Building Lots for Sale.
Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $00, Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450.
Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.
Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $160.
Alton st-, bet, Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Paris-Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front
ooiamu. Among the various bequests I* tbs , J J / ii*i/
following: To hi* friend. Alexander Hamll- IO OD© [UWC! TOCI I08t ftDu thirty!!fOGt, &U VOty U00p.
WORLD’* FAIR TALK.
WRECKED BY A RASCAL.
Br tie Boob Citizens of ill and Yiciity
Moil Stoop and
WHEREAS, It lias Pleased bis Royal Nibs,
To remain with the Good People of thin Vicinity “FOR LO!” these Many Years after Inaugurating a dye tam of Hiuall Profit, aud Sharp Competition. Re it therefore.
A Chicago nim Farced to the Wall by a Tru.ted Employ*.
Chic AUO, Fete 27.—Another of Chicago's heavy manufacturing firms is mourning th* ahem#* of a trusted employ* Th* firm of A. G Leonard A Ca, boot and shoe manufacturers at 207 Monro* street, was compelled lo make sn aatiguineDt Tuesday, with amati and HahtliUw given ak $100,)do each. One of th* reasons uwigned far the failure by the firm is the emheulemert of » burg* aum at money by R M C utter, who was th* fore-man of their factory until Feb. A Mr. LmmpI, senior mmUf of the firm, had this to my:
•Cutter hati been la our employ about algktaan month* when on th* let of this Bibb ta «• found that he had teen systematically robbing rn avsr kine* ba Mitered oar Maplox. As tunn aa wa found out th* flondi-of things we told Cutter lo straighten Up his affairs. He went ant to pay some fails which hr had contracted in the firm's ——■ tut which wet* for hi* own personal account, and that was the last we have men pf him Wo ars now advised that he Is ta URfJk*
Mr. Leonard said the Arm nae unable to agy how much Cutter enriauled until they Investigated further
kaish Althea la Coart Agata.
Ham FaaKCImoo, Feb. 37 Harah Althea Tarry I* bow on trial ta th* Uni tel H ta tee dtatrl-t court on a oharg* of con ten pl for the sorts* arcate! ta the court room during af th* decision of Justice FWtd
What New Turk aad IL U«li Cl tis* n.
Have ta Say.
W ash I koto X Crrv, Fob, VI.—Chicago
has everything her own way. New York, BL Louis, and Washington have given it up, and through their reftresnntatlvss promise cheerful aid to make the exposition truly national awl universal. This Is what Chauncey M. Depew said alout it Just befur* he left for home: “I deem the action of th* bourn as final, and New York will not prolong the ooutceL It is now the duty of lbs whole country to g<4 babied Chicago aud rack.* th* fair a Mamas* aorthy af the re-I )U bl ic However other cities or states may feel New York will give a hearty co-operation. Chicago must ralae $10,000,MW or fall. Can she do It! Tilts Is now tbs question."
I* New for Ch lr ago.
“N*w York did her hmt,N wu4 Roswell P Flower, vbalrmeu of th* delegati***, “wed now I am for Chicago for th* world’s fair. I a IU do everything I eau to help brr along and make the fair a sucre** I believe it will la, Usa”
“What ar* you golug to dot * was asked of toovirnnr Francis, of Mtaouri, chairman of the Hi I > ai is corn int the on congressional action.
"Well, we are going home," Mid ha “Ho far as St. Louis is concerned we are through with the fight *
Hens Pe (Sherman was asked what be t bought the senate would do about the fair. “Olve It to Chicago," be replied promptly; “the bourn, in my Judgment, ba* settled the question.*'.
“What do you think tbs moat* will doT wm asked of Senator Hlerock, of New York, chairman of th* senate's world fair committee
"Iii v# the fair to Chicago,” he replied.
Son, of Irvington, the sum of fflU.OOOi He . dr rn dirnn
also bequeath* th* following legartm: BL irODl $50 tO$500. On t8nil8 tO 8Uit PUrCha80rS. Lo tai Si hospital, IWO,(MW; Metropolitan | A g t
Museum of Art, |fl0.(MU; New York ('anam I UDO OI th© DlC88t r0Sid0DC0 Dlat8 in AltOD.
hospital, UUU,Ult To bls oousta. Jams*
Hiinmnns Armstrong, fidu.twUi To 'A* tm* tees af th* Astor IR vary, $4e.i,HW, to be
ca?w Over KH) Houses and Lots
th* trustee* at thalr disatettoo, tbs in« hum of tim fund to be nam! only for the purchase of books, and not for the payment of salaries, jinn. basing furniture, etc.
TR* Will Mad* la IMH.
Also to tho trustees of th* Astor library th* m<n of #50,(WO to be Invested as a permanent fend the Income of which Is to be applied to paying the lr aet ms' teas for ntteodliig th* meeting* a* th* rat* of IU) to eaoh trustee for mob rn—stag. AU Ital rest of his prop-erty, real and personal, he barm to Ms VT i ll law Waldorf Astor, and hie I His ma and Chorio* P. H. olhmayd ar* appointed executor*. Th* a til bears date Jaa. k, IMA The wit*—ss* to th* will are J. A. Mequities! and Chark* HL Class, both of this atty, and C. Mf. Held win, of Orange, N. J. _
parts of the city. Call and
The Right Rind at Talk.
N*w Yon*. Feb 27, —William Htetnuay has written a letter to Mr. Otto Young, of Chicago, chairman of the sub-Ana ne* committee on the world's fair, in which he says: “Should tbs bdl Just passed in the bons* of represents ti vn toasting th* Ou'u minis fair of IAH# at Chtoago, aho (tass tbs senate sod be a|proved by the president, I hereby author im you to subscribe for me, as a cit!-am of New York to th* capital stock of said fair, the sum of IWO OOO, This *u I script too being mad* upot your assurance that there bino further liability.”
, RESOLVED. That we Consul# our Own Interests, when Iii Need of Good «<»**•"• CLOTHING, ROOTS. KHOfri, FURNISHING aud DRY GOODS, to Call on
th* reading bi
ta Hsptenber, IMA Little public interest ho. beau man lf r. t.* I TI*) pistol found ta Mrs Terry's sachet at the Urn* of ber ar-Tvmt was produced in court When th* pistol wa* shown by th# deputy marshal Mrs Terry- rue aud said: “That man" meaaing Marshal Flank* “killed ray buebaa-L" HU* gterto.1 to rep at the declaration when toe aas Induced by ber counsel to tak* hor sat. th* bearing is nearly Sub Hinted,
AND BE IT FURTHER
RESOLVED, That is order to keep bi" ROYAL NIBS with u« •while longer we all of us agree to send our Ntugh^r* to tti'l VV a1. A- HILDEBRAND, for all their (iood Goods at LOM PRICES*, *»‘l that a Copy of thia be aeutto PHE GLOBE.
told Tete* Rubber*.
(taw BSV HLX, Tex, Phb, 37 - Early at tagtlt two m*n enters I <1 W. lim termm's at,-re st tteogherty, I T., awl ccerin* two fllorks whk revolves, «jmp*n«d them to (*i»n the mf* Th* robber* took all th* money ta the safe, about 11,WW, aud then r<.l»U*d the e'erks of their wutohm sod mosey. Th# clerks wire marched Into the wood* for s mile and Mad up. The robber* (heo mounted their horses and (seeped. Th* der I. ( burst theta boud* in half sn bour, but Hp. inme of tbs robbers could be found.
TR# World’s Fair HUL
W aaa I koto* Citt, Feta FT.—At a meet-ittg of th* worlds fair eommlttm ta Wash ingtor. th* sub-coasmtttes were instdk-ted to teeert the word “t-’htoego" ta til* MU. They also asked ta* mcrotary of the toms try for estimates of the cart of mb building* as will be needed for th* government dbl UH*
A retd aal to aa Athlete.
Nsw You, Feb. 87 —A peculiar accident has happened to N. H. Wotherspooo of the cia a* of V2, ob* of th* candidate* for stroke in th* fkbamMa 'varsity bosh Wutherspuon weighs alout Wk) paunik and is over i fart ta height lo rn km*-ques as he ie rather ateixbw, ikeogh wiry and strong A flrw days ago some of bit fallow -uni*men noticed that bis shoulder biadm war* parttaularly prominent end forth ar mar# it wm o<'tined that bis training resulted in development on only owe side of his body. An exawiaate>o by a physician dkx-beed the fact that Wotaer* spoon had la aim* way mvarwi a muscle in hts beek. One physician says that the young man win never bs ahi - to row again, snottier physician say* that by the applirstioa of electricity the muscle can be reunited.
TR# Tilden WHI Contest.
New York, Feb. XL —Negotiations have besa opened between the executors of Rnm-o*i J. Ti Men and bls beirs-at-law for a mb-I i nient of the contest arm tbs will. It Is understood that th* estate has proved to be mudi larger than wk at find supposed, that tbs aggrgato ie nearer fill.HUO.OO) than $5,01.0.0(10. aad that tbs executors, finding themselves beaten in the general term of court, are willing to give up the fight ta the courts if the heir* wit! agree to devote H. 003,000 to the mtatdiebinent of a public library ta aoiswdance with Mr. Tiidan'e wishes. As the estate Is large enough to provide for that and make thorn all millionaire* besides, It is said the b irs ar# willing to catalo the propositkm.
neath af William X Warner.
Nxw Yore, F-b. 27.—William E Warner, who u as Intent ted in th* operations of Grant A Ward, and claimed to be a crndihir of the firm to the extent of IS.ixii.ohu and who was accused cf wrongfully rec** v mg th* firm’s rands, died ta England, where he been living for some time. Ile bad
fully defended vartou* mite brought against at tbs firm. There were
bim by th* assignee
rum cr* at the Rn* af the fat hue Mist he had mad* several mutton dollar* by his cunaeo ttoa with Cb# firm
ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN LIAO US
TR* Levant lea st Bprta*fi*UI— K tee* Ic a of (Ma ct*—Resold I tea*.
Brain or iblb. IU., Mi Ff.—The ooaven-ttun of the Repu bl lean league Tuesday •iertod the following officer* Pf—Id ant W. W. Tracy, of Bprtngfisid; secretary, James VY. Patterson, of Joliet, aau*tamte*<r*tarUi, Richard Yates, of Jackson villa, and Andrew J. Lester, of Hpringfleld; treasurer, Charha H. Dame, of Moline, and a vie* prestdent fur each dietrio*.
The (Liegatm to the national Republtoaa Uagu' ooh von ti* hi at Nashville Teen , March 4. ar*: John J. B«aly, of Chtoago; Mll'm W Mathews, <<< Champaign. Alter aatew- I ft Morrill, af Chkwgo, J. M I tar nee, of Peurta. Detoxetee were nkw> selected for meta district and also an executive
The reeolutioes adopted ar* a •tormmcnt of the Hepaidtean leaders, and national, especially th breaking down ta th* natkmal house of "that h ary fate* boud whish cue bled lueniber* to be aternt for legislation aud pre*sat f-r mterblsf.” The resolutions clum with th* follow big; “That th# Republican party ha* heretofore met boldly and squarely all sooaomie questions, and that we commend to the careful considers', ton of th# approaching state con-van clone all qucettone re toting to tat**, capital, agr.culture, manufa •toring, taxa-tion. aud suffrage, aad we vxpr<aw our un wavering faith ta it* wisdom and aUIRy to fairly all them living aad important
CITY OF ALTON AND SOBOBBS
Com mil Uh\
Hanged far Hie Olm*.
Watxbbbcho, FR. 27.—Oeorg* Glark, eonv1 rte! as on* of th* murderer* at Winton causlend, the Aitagheny aly drovm, was hanged bere Wednealay. The dr *p fall
gt UB7 a.mu, and be was pronounced (toad in t*ra1 vs minutes. At 11:24 the body wm out down.
•truck Ills Mottler with a (nab.
Coumii, Iud., Wt ft.—Henry Us wet leu, a young married man, living about
Al the Ksecattv* Man*tee The governor'* maurwm presented a brill isnt app* ar an ce at night The detogate* and poBtirtane attended a rc-wptico by tit* governor and Mrs Fifer, acetated by Attorney General and Mrs Hunt. Dr. and Mrs towards. Mm Haunter Kerrtrk and Mrs Ben Funk. of fttoomtaftna, Secretary of Blate Pearson, and Auditor Psvwy. The guests were received ta the reception Ha and were pmettted by CML H. O Reeves, tim governor*# secretary. Th# •perkna apartments were filled to overflowing all th# evening, and prat ably t,QDu people paid their to the official family.
OR to th* luau go ratios.
Cricaoo, Pita. IT.—Three hundred bern af tim Cook Omnty Democracy, attired ta long bto< k owrooate and eilk hate, and
I teeth of Albert (tell at In.
Kaw Yon*. Fab. af*—Mr Albert Bola* Gallatin, mm at Albert Gallatin, who wm secretary of the treasury under th# pn deary at James Madam, amt one of the serb lest and grwitoet of American financiers, died la the Out year of bis ag* at his rail deuce In Rest BrvsnUvuti* Mroet Th* de erweod was horn in His mother WM
Hannah Xiaiktn, deux liter of Commodore Jamw Nicoiann, the Ant ouutmodore ai the United Hutto* navy.
A Ceilan** ta Hast!**.
Nxw Yon*, Feb. 27.—C. L, Gar p. ntsr, manufacturer of bustis* aad rubhar g-ti*. ha* felted aith ItaUUtiM of atom! #lu0,UUb
A Well Raewa Wage* Maker Dead.
Hoi .th Him. lad, Feb. 87,—AtexHCo-q ai Hard, the well known manofacturer of Mm> Coqatltard wagons, died Tuesday morn lag at th* Battte Creek win i tart urn. Mr (T> qui Hard wm born ta Detroit A|rti S). IMA, and caaie to ta»ttth Rend ta Kfli*. Ha wm th* first gradual* of Notes items unl-vwrsiiv II* wm aa extentiv* tend ow row, and tat ainaassd a fortune ssUmated at or%.T $t,Uk>.‘U>.
Kaerwteas I sad Mild*.
CnuHMsn, Fab XI.—Aa emwmoas testy of mu th, im lading several ama of th* tar (sos of a hill. whkta sri* « abruptly frorn thai Ohm river un the k»n,u.ky dis, oppo-tit* Lawreuiwhurg, Iud., slipimt tat* th* Ohio rte cr with a fear!ul sound The tin-■tart moi a high wav* acne* lh* river. Trow* ami boubtere wen* carrtnl away m if •m bid had Lmm oJib laved by an earth* quake
Mig fir* at H**»k»#, Tea.
Him tm ut, Tex , Fhh 27 —Fir# derteoyed the large etethtag aad nock* store of Blaaoa Roo*, earner of Main and Cungrem Ste**la Th* teal to Roue la artlBMited at $3U.UU0, par petty tneurad. teevtaeou. J<ae A Ca. Lh* t*r»f»t retail rtotal'vs rn this rtiy loci #40,* OOO worth a goods by water and smoke; In-eurnse* IWM
Dorsei & Mal, SIO Belle street
With the aim of Leading iii my Line of BunincHS I have Received a Large Stack of
The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER BUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Same Price.
The Citixem of Alton and Kxamine these RI GS. Quality.
and Vicinity fire Cordially Invited to Call I am not afraid of an Inspection of their
A. J. HOWBUL.,
urn TOO twos MO SUDS
Hoe #10 at re ITI OO.
(Mi esmesi Ut UHM Mi ISAM IMM
TI ROW ASIDE YOUR TURL RATBH8 AND INVEST IN
liiirland Stoves and Ranges.^
Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the Finest Line of Carpenter's Tools in the^City.
Guile and Japanned Ware. A. L. FLOSS
Third Street, opp. Belle, Telephone 99.
II. A. HOFFMANN.
No 100-10*2 K:ih! Sccgim! Mf*
ii • alk.4 re FOK
“WICK MKAL” I*rum
ti AZULINE STOVES,
Lant Five Years.
Hoo/iny, (Juttarimj, ai Lorn
___..Bg a gttateheaded talk urn br ai la,
flftonn aul** soul beati of this city, ta Jeu Mfkgfif o’clock Tu«wlay Bkxutag to go
itUitce oouaty, quarrtiad with hie soother oauw ta# ref us*" I to (teed him the farm «
tbs inaugui atiomti Oov era or-Elect Botas, of l0«ta
Tbs I (web TR al TveubleA Hteas.
Rumta.FahS,—Th* sctaotd fasted Monday dight, bf a vote of 19 ta I, dropped Andor-sou's btetury frem th* IM of Int bouk* This is th* book Whish Nm caused as much trtiubta ta city pointe* for tbs part toro yfaiu, oa aeeouut of it# ref mumm to IR ligioui rtraturs
Rrbuwrsw Feraber la Court.
CIK* ikvaTi, Fete St—Ex-Oovmpuot For-J aker appeared ta tho ai pert or court Tuesday morning aa an attorn- y to Ute aartam pap*r# ta taken af tim tot teat Geaerai Else Ute o>kd|«> J o* New York. ll waa bi* ted ap-* pearauiw ta NVI for amani jaw.
I am now rectivi'tg; a largo and varied alock of Clotlia, In ail the prevailing shader, for Spriug Suita, which I am pi * pared to make up ta the
(HJA HANTKE I NG
A Perfect Fit .
H. C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.