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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 20, 1890, Alton, Illinois DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME ~i'* ALTON. ILL.. TIIURHDAY EVENING, MARCH 20. 1800. NO. 236 Two Passenger Trains Come Together in Wisconsin. SEVERAL PEOPLE BADLY INJURED. No all Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, jr\ T .TOIST. XT iii. Tlir«>«* «f Them SUnd bat Little Chaste# of Rtravrry-fl*" Men Perish During • KI re in rn IVUroimln Witt#—The Town »r >1 »rv»»ll!r. Un., VUltra by a K l*Ing thin ’Iagratluu IVItlcli Ueitroywl th# Until-# Hasta#** Portion. Boul**!, Wk.. March JO -A collision of two passenger train* occurred at Lavalle, on tho Chicano and Northwestern railway. Four imaums rn worn seriously tnjurnd ami several others worn slightly hurt. Th* trains had orders to meet and jaws at I>«-j Valle and as train No. 4 was heading on th* siding th* vestibule train struck It between the I sgga ;# car and th* smoker, throwing the latter on it* ski* amt tewscoping the second coach. One man received a fractured skull and cannot possibly recover; two et he"* received injury to their spine which may prove fatal and another man is thought to be seriously hurt. Who Is Responsible? A lady by the nan)* of Miss Jennie Hunt, en route from Pleasant drove, Minn., to Nova Scotia, was In the telescoped car ami received bruises about her face to such an extent as to be unable to continuo her journey. It cannot be learned from the railway and DR UMOfl wo»» that he ha. e.tahU.hed in a building purchawd for th. purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. official* her* who is rraponslflle for t h* col Halon, lait it is thought the engineer of the vestibule is at fault Although he remembered hi* order*, be dill not take tho proper precaution to at* if the wrecked train chared tin* main track. Th* name* of th* other injured parti** cannot be learned. THEIR EaCAPE CUT 0FF’ Fire In a WI*- *. „p.rienp._dunng ™»ny yea-hM — “Th^fn“."uS b. manW««m«n. nototh.r 5sa=5S£ •I iutenraliiof «»Tentl hours or.    ,    h,    .    and    the    surrounding    are    free gJS    SSfiJKTfiJS’JM W th. 8~>nd SS* ho™ Sleet Maaaage, twats, in addition to such other treatment as may be dee mea aa\ iraom. u I red by pa- A LARGE SOLARIUM Five Men Peri**) During a remain Min* Hurley, Wk, March 26—At 11:36 at night Are was discovered on the third level of No. 2 shaft at Germania mine. Th* alarm was givin and men working below were quickly warned of their .laager. Wilk tam Ii .nits, Jamie Kullivan, Jamc# Thomas aud ton Joseph, at work between tho ttfth sad sixth levels were cut off lief or* they cold so®# up to the fourth level ami piss to No 8 abaft, and Inane® to th* mr ac* and sr* supposed to have perished. Hugh Wailer, foreman of th# gung, reached the surface but went below to warn the men, «n.l It is thought he pwk^iwith them At IO o’clock Wednesday th* bodies of Jam#* Thomas and mn w ore foun I. Origin of tbs fire Is unknown. The damage is very heavy, aud it is estimated at *100, OOO, an i Is likely to be many for* being extinguished. and «*. ta .SU For Hun Bathe _ Mach patient ie thoroughly dogy personal attention. TSTow Open FOR TUR RECEPTION OF PATIENTS For further Information addrm Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIA, George and Third ate., Alton, 111. corner of times that he ft Georgia Tew* F»r*-kw#pt. ATHX**, Ga., March JO. -Maysville, a toe a of alout 1,000 inhabitants, near this dty, was almost swept from the face of th* earth by fire, the entire busine#* portion of th., villa(skag laid low. Th# fire was discovered in the* morning about I o’clock and an alarm ax* brought out the entire population of the little pi ace. Efforts to check th* I las* were fruit!#*, and before lawn lh# principal busine** njuart* was lii^ashe*. OdU on* store I* left in the town tent of th* !.** ta not d-finitely known, WISCONSIN GRAND ARMY MEN. Th* Twenty-Fourth Auawsl I nrswiusssl at Milwaukee. Mu,* auk.Ut, Wk, Wart.t 20.- The old slouch hat, the Union blue. and th* little brouse bulten were plentiful in Milwaukee Tuesday, beaded by Gen Al c*r. Th* eau*# of ail this was the twenty-fourth annual en cam pit i ut of the Wisconsin department of the Grand Army of the Repuh ic In there were ovtr WI iHsgate* w!to caw# to participate in the deliberation- of th* executive council of th* “tate, but with them came twice as many Grand Army men to meet the old boyg, tell th* old stories, listen to th* old songs once again. (lea. Alger aa Bervie# P«*»ls*«. When Gen Alger entered the hall, during the •Msi*in of th* encampment, he was greeted with enthusiastic ch,sups. He wa* escorted to the plat form au l sputa, at otto on th* pension question. Hi* week* ago, b* said, be went to Washington lo prospect* of pension Ie; islet iou discovered on talking with aviators and representatives that than* was no bop* at the time of pea-mg tit* aervio# jwnsiou bill. It was impossible, they claimed, to pension so many that wsre not in need, n quiring an additional *|ipropriatioo of |l.VJ.(XW,i«0, an i meaning an annual appropriation of 2280,-000 OOO. * t all* aa lh# Dependent Hill. There was alraluteiy no eucouragirtiwnt for the bilk They told him that a d*P#» ent or disability pension WU would go through all right. This, he explained, meant an increase of $36,000,000. or an annua) appropriation of $136,000,000 for all pensions This bill wa* met on scary hand with encouragement and h* was ensured that it would MKH) bs passed. Gen. Alfet then designat'd th* classes this WU would tam# tit. Under the cir , uuistancra, he (-on eluded, It was beet for th* aoldtars to unite on th* defendant WIL The remarks of Gen. Alger wet* received with cheers LEGALIZING ^OUTRAGE. ft Btartltag Deelslaa af th# leshiias So pre mc CaUft. New Orlkar*, March 20. Hi* supreme court, in th# caw of the At. Laundry park* regulators, baa decided in favor of the defendants The accused had been con vkted in Bt. Laundry parkh and sentenced to •err* various terms in the stats penitentiary for entering th# bouw of one Du pie* ti in at midnight cm Reb. 26 and shooting at him with intent to kill. They appealed to the supreme wort, alleging that they had no tntan lion otter than dragging forcibly from the house of Deptechln a woman named Time, who was wrongfully inclined to diag race lh* community In which sh* resided. tt lilte-Cnpplng M*.ie Legal. Duptachln batt interfered an I on * of Gie crowd, Fagout, fired a shot over Duptach uh haad to fright#* bim. They bail no intra lion of doing him bodily harm. Th- defendant* allege that the belong to a "haad of regulators" or “wbite-cap*," airt that It wa* ie the pursuance of th* principles of this organisation that th* a*hiuIt cm the woman THU# was committed. Th# court quashed th* indictment, holding that cr. rn mal offense was not complete without felonious in tent, notwithstanding Hie fact that Duple chin was severely wounded. m mm Testimony G>ven Again$t the Commander. THE CRUELTY OF OTHER OFFICERS Building Lots Sale. One fbar irs West, Mr Ingen« »U af ut ward saw Kits* Heaman Hughes also saw Th* ex- RESOLUTIONS railing Walls at Indianapolis. lait!ANArOUI, March aa-Th* front portion of Lm Bowen & Merrill building, still standing after the disastrous calamity, fall with a .th ,h Wednesday afternoon at I belock, covering several men who were working in th* debrte Th* injury so far a-known, are:    George    Harter,    about    the kilo#* and hand; Fe tm- Alban, Up*, back mad lewd, and William Meadows, Hid* Their injuries aru no*, considered dangerous. (loner UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED Bf Ile Good Citizens of AIM ml Miff Ii..... .ii and Jersey * WHEREAS, It lins Pleased his Royal Nib*, Fatal haw mill Eaploslar. Noun VILLX, Tana., March ‘JO.—An Amer-k*m special from Fayetteville, this state, tars- The boiler of a mwmill located at IVUTsburg exploded Tuesday morning, Ir .Uutly killing Carl Davidson, colored (* » year-old boy), and dangerously wounding Mack Green, colored (th* fireman). Fatal Hu aa way Accident. Albany, N Y., March 2h.~WhU* Mr* BatU-rsby, wife of County Treasurer John Rattervby, was out riding, her Gam took fright and ran away. Mrs. Hat I*ruby was thrown VI,.bully *F» the pavement, «m-taining in juries from which she died four hours later.    - Uun Howl by a Train. Uulrtm. N. Y., March 20,-Grarg* A love-lorn MADMAN. He Marries Hts Fernwnwnn and ally Misbehave* Himself. Cmd** art, March *1-1* th* probate court Charta* Howland has teen declared lo be of unsound mind and unfit to transact bual lites Howland ta vary wealthy, being the lf-*fiTg pbuUigrapkw In the city, ako intwisted ta a big Uun dry Employ ai aa forewoman in th* laundry was Mi* Juda Haiti van, a very pretty girl. At*nit a month agt, Howland gave hsr one-third inter#* hi tbs euorarn. It wa* t)wn not!aal that he acted Mr.ugly, and when calleJ to account he -aid ha was is love with th* pretty laundry girl A day or so later he married ber. He sbuw-*r*d sealskin sacque*. diamond*, and other valuable wraraUou his wife ami then went on a trip H# patented Thunxlay and suit wa* entered bv hi. relative to have the transfer of the pr-qert) wt rate* Tbs suit — heard ami Howland was declared Insane effort will I* mads to have the marriage set To remain with the M Vicinity “FOH LOT these MMI this ears aftei Good People of vicinity    ass*    profit,aud Inaugurating a Hyatem i Hliarp Competition. Be It the Irl*h eg*-! VV of Peru, » Y., while walking tU New York Central track, bern bere, a strut k by a train and instantly killed. Ore. BISMARCK’S SUCCESSOR. Y,,i, caprivl Appealed Chaaeallnr gavera laowstsrsu In th# Baa*. Ptrrshuma, Pa, March IR—On# of th# fioreMt enow storm* of the mason ta raging here now. Th# snow extends as far east as Harrisburg, and ta th* heaviest at bal font. Pa Tbtagraphte rout mantra DOU ta badly crippled Damaging reports of heavy snow dud- are coming lo from ail state, and railroad trait!,.* Is **"n*w YOH* March I* —It ta sn*" heavily bern Th# wanthar ta not cold the snow ta melting rapidly. The telegraph service In nearly all diiectiomi ta reported badly Interruplad and hueloe-s a subject to delay. __ (Hie Wltavss Testifies That He Wa* *’“n sd Up and Thee Knocked Down by Mr. lngorsalt — A Negro Hey Tbrraic*cd with lh# tword by Meal- hem toy Charges A amn't Clapt. Healy — Th# Steele ronrt-Marttal at Chicago. New York. March JO —When th" Mc Calla inqu ry ram wa* rrauttv i Wednesday mornmu urarty half an h. ur was mouoton-ously taken up by hotrod# tef a oumter ,*f men win* bam, already *w*n beard, to nwear that their reethnony as rra I bi ti cm bv th# judge advocate was correct Corporal IH'nu UM tiled that when Beaman Heiling wa- roo he wish* I to be shaved, but there 'nest was rofu #1 bv th# offloer of th-watch. Bramau Hughes and Master «t-Arnu Brook, gave tvrtiwouy •* b‘ Hsuing reatmeut ao<l condition while tai n#nt. Fulled I p aud Knocked Deem WH lam FitageraM was the next witness. ti* ta about th# only man aa to whoa* drunk-at t’ron.Lvlt mort id th# previous we had agriot He saki that on* j morning wWta on th# poop «Wck Mr. Infer- J toll told him to get on hi* feet. Mr hen lie .nuld sot do so. Mr lnuersoll •ad the# knocknl him down. th# raptam’s steward, strike Kitigvrald ami gerald trlrad up th* striking. ft Cole red Hoy’s Tertlmonyl John HUlm in, a color* I boy was next examined Ii,, testified that during th# time that a call from general quarter* was mad* tor target practice, th* wttnea* wa. late n towering the port aud for this he wa* taken to task by Ideal. Utntay. W noses mad* no leply whereupon Is intay drew Ids *w, n end threaUn# I th* uouipininaot Urni. Laaiitay eros* examined Uh- wi mw# an ask(.1 bim lf h.* had ever talk.d withlauy one since th* ship Imp! arrived ta > *» ' °* “ Th# witness rejdied: “No.* A recess es-(Inn taken. THE STEELE COURT-MARTIAL. ft Great Deal et Inleres* Take* I* ‘br I sm al C til* a*®-(HK ado. Mar, ii SU.-TW attending at the Mteeta nmrt-marttal was nwuiued In the preeenee of a large audience. Th# pub* Ho IU term t seated to have bora Inrreaeeil In the *M#. Private Mid was rraalh-i ami told th# ckcumetaiir*-. cd his being bit by lh* lieutenant This rimed th# pros),-ution for th# pr erat, end Lieut, frowsier cal *d aa ti ,- first witnra for the defense John M Commas, no* a frat-trader at Fort ivm- bma. N l» Wit staid he knew Mill as Daniel P. Ward. and he wa* a pm*!# iaTh# Fifteenth infantry, ta which wit*** wa* a serge «nL “Do you know his rejmtatam god veracity r -I do." "Wm it good or badf* “It wa* had. *    4 “Would you believe him under oathr “I would not " Private William Wright Do died that Lieut 8 lee ie was not ty rani, “ii toweirtl >»-noted men. and always aer sd the gratta* man Th# Cbargee Again-* Tapi. Healy. Bah Fuaik ukx>, March A) — Th„ iuv,wt, gallon of charg,w of <melty ami imwomiuct agarast tapt Healy, of the revenue cutter IW. wa# rammed Tueedav Counsrt to. lh# proaecation said he would not pre#* ti*-charge of druuksnii”*,, as he could not fiiel th# wi til, wee* to bu let ant tate it tu hi* satis faction. He Vera) ta* i chant sailors test 11 -I that while at Uunataaka last summer they mw two sailors taken from th# bark Artel a to th* Hoer ta Irooa, and ta-ard t’apt Hsssly order them triced up. They believed ti captain wa# latestaated at th* tune. murdered in COLO BLOOD. Arkansas Deputy Hisrlf abet—A Fight with lh* Criminal*. Hawaii-trow, Ark., March A—Deputy Hhertff Jam##, of this ptac*. was murd red ta cold blood at Oar tanto wa Monday night He saw two men in ramp near town, believing they were wanted for a safe burg larr at Dover, sttemided to arrvet them • ,**    ___a —- —^    .I iiait on Chomer 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. Higliland Paris- Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet aud thirtytfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Over IOO Houser and Lots in different parts of the city. Call and see list. Dorse! & Mal, SIO Belle street ALWAYS AHEAD With the aim of Loading in my Line Busine#* I have Received a Large Stock of of BYZANTINE RUGS for truth The Latest in he Market, in all Sizes and Colors, A FINER AND BETTER RUG than the SYRMA RUG, at the Sami Price. The Citizens of Anon tad Vicinity aru Cordially Invited to Tail and Kxatnine thwie RUGS. I am not afraid of an Inaction of thtir Quality, HOWFiT .Ti. A. J- Oft* roo IMO* INO sun cr. $ to |75 oft VWS sew aes at Mu im mm IMM Au TUROW ASIDE YUi;R|FUKL KATRIS AMD IKVMMT IN tiiirlaad Stoves and Kanges. He parte of the almost sue* was arum! with a shot-gun, aud had on- ab ira,taut    was    unarmed He invited th* to a sa non, amt they scrap*#*! th* tori- n Whit*1 on ttu* way th-y dn m-l hi- nuruoa*. aud shut and kiitia* bim I tx v -, alod but wet* overtaken bf a pome. w nom th**y brat off. after wouudtag two mra TUra th»*n    to    th * swamp* Blood* hcuods ars new ta pursuit Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the F,nest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in thaCity. Own RESOLVED, That we    Goods, Interests, when In J.iApj FURNISHING CLOTHING, ROOTS. SHOE#, tin and DRY GOODS, to Call on THE GLOBE. AND BK IT FURTHER af th# fiuiplv#. Rxr.UK, March JO.-The appotatment of a n Yon t'sirlvl si chancellor of the tier-rn.. -plr-V is anaoaaraA In a tatter addr weal to th- eirqwror lYtne# Bismairk give. hi# ««•    “ ^. for tis retirscneot from to# cten-T7w emperiw w as subj ,-tod to r»t^ng )-r- ^r« ^uu’ tl,“ Jim; ealtv    •• I-^bta by the appointnwut of a suecr-s* to Btamarck._ MardersMl lh* Wrong Person. Join, IU*., March -JO.—A murder re-sulting Iron, whisky ami an old .rmige wa. aumni t«#d at Braidwood by Joe^h N.siak, X toot ami kilted the l^y^r-oWdaugh- u*r id Hi* I * other-in law, M ira sutra rioko- U, u * -wi Of hi-taton,IM victim, lier fa-Kodak, who was drunk, crept up to L will’d,-w Of K.kolorti’s house, which ta serous the street from Nodak’s, aud USG r..ugh tb* window where he -upporad ^i^rta- sta'pmg. instautly khliug hi. Sughtr Nodakwas brought to Jette! aaff lodged to jail.  _____________ Bel I mar.- rad Ohio Earning*, u AIV tut tax. Md., March SO.-The monthly , Of the board of director, of th. Bal lim<a* & «tai'-railroad was h^ W -lira-Uy. IL Orlando Huiith was toectM pr.rtdsot tiro ten, duridg Mto ahaonce of Mr. C. W. Mever The summary of the earnings aud :W K.-uruiry of to# en tiro L w. aa *• <* -5 * IW‘1I,U ,,r ?0; L !‘* * *•*■*'>' net ‘"cream, $1,024,- 0(4     —---- Th* Pass aw get Agents In Maxton. City or Mexico, March aa-After a run of more than 4,000 mil#*, occupying bid. day*, th# special train from Chioago Tit* Wnrld’s Fair HUL WaantniJTOg City, March JO.—Cand tar of Maasacbnsetls prramtid Wedamday th* rwport mitt rn on th* world’* la the boos* of the -pedal com fair. Th# committee wring th# American Aseoetattui „f General ^|vra careful coottd*-ration to the stnto I' x-seng-v and Ttokrt Ag«(>u arrived here]    „f    the n-prt-ratotcv,v of th# flnanc# Wert Tuaniay The rtoitori were greeted with th* tax ruing of cannon and th* cheering of a large concourse of poopto wk# had I,tod to welt ohm then). Th# entire trip ha. Iran marked by th# warmth of th* remqx tx jus accorded to th# A mw wan visit-** by th# prop!* of th# Mexican ropuhiks. A Tnt* Against th* Tnrtoa Logo.,a, March JO.—The guverament wa# defrated ta the house of commooe Turaday t,y use a-ioptioo of a mot** offered by Hurhanaa, OMAttk* member for Edinburgh era plaining af „^,ta upon the public right af way ta Scotland ami asking that reform law* ta regard to the matter be intrusted to county coon* etas. I to* motion was carried by a vote of I IU to VT. Ch .entertain supported the I Woo.    i    ........- Mer th Dakota LeglsUtnr#. Ill I ll N D , March Al -The tag tate Inn bra adjourn**! tan* din AU -rf Gov •r,M,r ll filer’s appointments war# returned to him without prejudice to the appointee*. The —to ta Open MWfiOL by a vote <>f *$ to HKSOLVKl). That Id order to keep royal f i»s- Ti to amid vt ai. of dis** -dog of th* april* apology for this actioo w, commit toe of UM city cd lY.ieago as to th -rara. npti-ae. of »to Stock of $t.U».U0O. mid t»).^vre» UM) subss-riptlou* to to buna fide, that th J *«w "tad* rn good faith, ami that tic y wiii ba pant Th* nible I* th* Behen!*. Mambos, Wia, March JU.-The suprwiM aoart baa < tech tod in the ca*# of Wed* automat th* dirtrtct hoar I ,jf education lUai the rending o.’ ifc- BU4* in public w) ads ie “»«-*,riva hratru -.i im." and there toro t>n> "B*titut i‘m d ffhta ta# virtiry for Ihec'atholtaa, wk'* ol'j c'.ed to tto of tte H hta in t Im ** taw-* awl brought snit against th- boor L ftMotker Arrest tor gstoitlon. Kaw YolUl, March SD -CharIra K. Heb-iMgg, a special d-puty -tenff. cmnectod with the order of arrert department In shralir s ofllra, was arrratod la the mot mug bv Detective    R-*d»|    oa    an    Indict Bunt charging him with extortion. Th* nrisosMf wa* taken bel .tv Ju Ig- Kitigerahi in th* general westaae der $*.UD hail coart and placed un » system #1,870,- bfai •while longer we all of u* aKg-c* lo »♦*»» >    URIBES,    whI A. IIILDKBRANI), tor .ll th*r .;«o> Copy of tbit be eehl $• IH K * 11 tat Cill OF ALTON ASI) airtk# ailuatlon at Llvrrysel I IV nuts)', March to.-Tho enormous in a OI a, W U’-rrers to fill the pl*,es of th# ‘ iock- a -.rsrt bra utmrty d«oon, Zr<’ Ttfas ph'O* OI WM leader*, who cannot eon,,.,) toe mew ta th#    snob    comp#- », ,,,    Ii    to    it.:** *7 -'n-' Cir" ii, gu**r**« too oat etaaahoA lb- mn ati XT hi making up hla data Aa A wk bishop I»n*g*rm*sly HI-La ca,ms*. WK. March to,-Th# !n#«d. of ftrehUahop Heiss are serum*) y atarnrat at hM eomUtioa aud fear that he ran not rally He Us bran gradually growing wanter during th* ta* $Wo day* bara kept up oulf by Th# Nslssd l»rfal« altun J amen-”* Cm, Mu. March to —Prra* fayi.'i Attorney Davidacm, of t'ota eounty has ii sal aa information with Juetioe It ag nor charging alditol# Trrasuror NuUud with nmbuaaliug state fund*. Mr. Mutate was prraaut at the tim*, gave himaalf up, Granite aid Japanned Ware. A. L. Floss Third Street, opp. Bello. Telephone SI. OUR NEM STOCK IS NOW NEMLY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. COMPLETE New Carpets and Oil Cloths, Rugs, and Window Shades, Lace tains, Poles. Chains and Upholstering Material. Wall Paper Cur* $a,* and his deter min *i war- night ijm« IS WD bere, aud W ad!»••»- J. It), Oomuilttee. day th* striker* w«ve*ag<rty rrauming tteir I Mf st cr th* com pantos wuuld en- old pi»“v' gaga th. 'a. Murderer Chenthnsn Hraa#d- Oti>iUA, M s*, March to-M i; Chee them was hau„-»J at hslf-pett I a * meg tt',Hiu«~ii,y nft<-ru<«>n <ur th# murd era • negro u.imud J amra Tillman. a,Quitted to bail in tho earn of MA    ——- The Cruiser Kewerh Lnunrked. PYH i p. nm JSM la. March 2tt—The Newark, the tart ar th# three steel cruisers built for the gov *3 u at by Cramp A Mons. of this rity. was kii.d ,rfuily ii,un*hed • rliiisns) nfUsWMh ta u birn ling sn »w storm. Tbs Tomidul WH# r*lif hwiv* t by Miwi Orttot : tsita, dAUghtW Of “ Dei Besra, dei Mi. Ben C'-sI Prices We Respectfully Invite the FuWlc to call mhI Ez»min* Large Stock. oar Bun tells. A. NEER MANN fe&LtajuLu . . - 'LMjfrtemk JL ) , ;