Alton Daily Telegraph Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 4
Previous Edition:

About Alton Daily Telegraph

  • Publication Name: Alton Daily Telegraph
  • Location: Alton, Illinois
  • Pages Available: 24,376
  • Years Available: 1853 - 1962
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Alton Daily Telegraph, May 02, 1890

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois AXTON DAILY TELEG A A OTT VOLL ME ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 2. I HOO. NO. 273 OH IN HIL FORCE. A Monstrous Labor Demonstration at Chicago. Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium, \ ALTON, ILL THOUSANDS OF WORKMEN IN LINE. Mr«ot* Along the I.Im* of VI arch Th run*#.I with • Den** frowd of Sightseer*-—Real* Ut lr Bvprmntilion. of th** Occupation* of Mom* af (he \T •irh*ti**n Ntrlkr at th* Cont Wilier# In th* Peoria, Illinois. District Tiny liny Note*. ClK.'AOO, May 2.— In two continent* DiurwUy organized labor, like a mighty fimt awakening from Bleep, arnee, ap-fen'-tied it* towering proportion* in the bright May sunshiu*. while the world wondered at the Night, An tnt* of the great citi**H of the world and a* the center of the ho|x*N and Nt niggle* of organized Jailor in tile t utted State*, Chicago maintained her reputation and title to a place in the foremost rank. By ll o’clock the first *-vid«n< «# of the demon*tration were inm if if I. From every portion of the city the induttrial army U Tan to move in converging line* toward the general rendea-voua at M in roe and Peoria at recta. They came by tom pan tea, and regiment*, and nay corp* They bore banners and kept time to the »uncial rhythm of music from many banda rf all degree# of excellence, from the *hri I di*conlant air cracking of the “life aud drum corps? to the aonoroua atraina of expeliaivc braaa hands. They Carried the Nt«n and atrip**. Everywhere tha rtjuw and #tri{»e* floated DR. ENOS announce* that he has established In a building purchaaod for the jQ th«. <.|*mi»g bree sc ami it* ch.#*rftil hue* purpose a SA NITA RU. M for tho    new    brighter    in lite glistening *unahiD*. , grew tirighter in the gluten!ti* I In the pmcexNion were SU,OU) men. They I *r ii ■ i *bmhi ii ■ tit*i uvaw iilttiat i if nr % BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. Ilia experience daring many yearn has convinced him that all discases **n be managed more successfully in an institution of thia kind, under the constant nu per Vinton of the physician and with tho aid of moan# not ether* W1H(, &| command, than when the patient* arc seen by their medical adviser* st int**rv ala of several hours or dave. The position of the SANITARIUM In high, and the surrounding are tm from all noxious influence*. It ia readily reached by the Seoond street horn cars and la near the Union Lie pot.    _ The building la large, and arrangement* are an perfect aa is poaaibIe from * knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Institution. Electricity in all its forma; Oxygon and Uh compounds; Baths, Douches, Kaaaage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided aa say be rcQinredI by pa* p tm lh, in addition to such other treatment aa may be deemed advisable. A LARGE    HO LAU ULM For Sun Baths and exercise In cold and Inclement weather,    provided^ Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. too*, and receives hi* daily pe rsonal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. For further information address Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third att., Alton, III. represented every elm** of manual labor, from tbs unskilled **wtr ditch digger to the skillful aud tw ieiitifle engine builder. Thou.Hand* of them had no grievant-* of their owu about which to grumble Th*y m-eive adequate wage* ami work only 1 eight hour- {#r day The presence of such men to tie dtiuoONt rat iou wa* an ex pre.saion of symjiathy with their lew* fortunate brethren and a declaration to the World of their lielief in the principle that an injury to ow* is the concern of all. Warhol White Parading. Many of the trade# escorted to their rank- gaudily decorated "float#," on which were realistic repress*! t alloo* of mein her* of the craft pawning t b**lr dally occupation. Then were brick layer* building a miniature boaic; boller maker* pounding with deafening din a mammoth steam boiler; coo; ie r* plying with ai I se and driver on hug* cask*; shoe maker* Imitating ti** labor* of St Crispin; carpenter* shoving plane aud driving saw through aai*etsmelling pine; stone cutter* -mooth-lng into polished beauty th* rough, uncouth stoa*, and many similar exhibition* t f skill. I hon.nn<t« View th* I’eMvalou. By the time th* procession WU- really to move the street* along th* published line •ii march had bt* oui* impassable by rva- of tin* to** framer* hail the de-uruhtN of the workingmen, w hich prae Ucally decider tho queatioit (J fur aa that line of trade Is concenter! Everything about the city so far aw the laboring interest* were concerned wore holiday napct. The police *ay that no quarrel* or disturb-an cee have be»-n report-<1 to them. I he red flag of Hociallsm Aeried over the headquarters of many of the labor organisations. Detroit Carpenters Oat. Detroit, Elch., Yay 8 —These are 1,500 union earpenters on strike. Three con tractors employing about HOO men lp»v® agt-eed to the eight-hour day and to cents per hoar, but the other contractor* are In for the battle. There has been no disorder th* carpenter* keeping do** to their anion hall* (.od their receiving report* on the situation. Only a few contractor* have non-union men at work. Boston Carpenter* Mirth*. Boston, May 2.—Th# carpenter* employed by th* mein lier* of the Carpenter*' Builder*' association struck here Thor* day morning for an eight-hour labor day. About I,SOU man are out, while turn* i,t*W remain at w« rk for uon-asMHtaiion contractor*. working eight is >ur* a day at the Mute rat* per bour a* was paid liefore the ■trike begnu. Everything bt quiet. Carpenter* strike at PHlUdripte#- FHti.AHM.Hllx, May 8.—In accordance with the action taken by the union car Bratovs of Philadelphia, at a meeting held in Natal Foal hall, under the auspice* of local union No. M, of the United Brother bood of Carpenter* and Joiners, about I, UUU carpenter* struck work Thttr*»l*y morning.    _ Samuel t.limper* at Louisville. LoCikvili e, Ky., % ay 2.—At least 18,000 men were in line here, making a procession over Ave miles in length. After tho parade a monster meeting was held at National park where Samuel Gomper*. president of the Federation of I ail Mir, and other s|a*ak cr* addreaaed the wage-workers. RIER RN Til GALLOWS. James Palmer Hanged at Concord, N. H. A Holiday at HI. Louts. ST I xii tis, May S.—1Thursday wa* gen emily celebrated by un too men as a day recreation. Nearly every latmr organisation was represented in a monster street I en id** It is estimated that *v*r 10,030 bleu were in line. line Strike grit led. llAHfvs k, Mleh., May 2—The Atlnntii adm* strike has ended. Th'- trammer* and day la!Mirer* resumed work Thursday morning ut an advance of |5 per month in wag**.    <__ ACROSS THE 8EA. Meetings Prohibited ta Purls and Lou Asb -A Blot. PAM!*, May V -A deputation front lite workingman pf Paris went to the cham lier of deputies, where It pnwtitel h jv tit ion urging the inauguration of th* eight-hour day. The rout* to the cham ber wa# occupied by vast crowds who blocked the thoroughfare so seriously that the cavalry escort wa* assigned pi the duty I (rf quietly clearing a paw-ug*- for the depu-tnada by th* FOR SALB. IN BUOYANT SPIRITS TO THE LAST. Th* Crime for Which Ile |B» Elevated Was lh* Hunter of Henry W hltrhoo** aud tha Motive Wa# Revenge— W right, tha W ealthy Hi, biga* Lumberman rk-n-teaeed to LII* Iniprtaonmeut for Mantel OOKCORD, N. II > ay ft-At 4 minute* after ll o’clock Thursday morning James Palmer expiated a ith his life th* murder uf Henry T. Whitehouse in Portamouth May m, I KRS. Fifteen minutes after the drop fell he was pronounced dead. The prison officers remained with Palmer in the matron’s room all uight. At a late hour he retired and slept MMB tim*. He awoke sism after midnight and partiM.k of touch. At intervals he conversed with th* officer* upon th* various incident* of hi* post life, but to no instance did he re ter to the killing of Whitehouse. Wept |tp HU -pints to the Last. Deputy Ward'ii Robinson stated that no man in Ute prison was In mon-Jkuoyant spirits than the condemned. 'Hie crime for which Palmer vt** executed was the murder of Henry Whitehouse, at Ports mouth, on the evening of Mav ‘J1, I"4**, lkdh men we tv employed iii the elect rh light works, Palmei being an engineer and Whitehouse his assistant. Palmer was, a few day# liefore the murder, discharged for dishonesty and Whitehouse was given bkt place Revenge was the mot Iv*. Nut* Id* uf a Farmer. ALTO*, Bl*., May 8. —John Hellrung, a farmer living about seven ml lea anat of this city, committed »ui<ide alamt 5 o’clock Wednesday night, Iseavlng a note to hla wife, sax ing that In* wa# weary of life and was going to die, he took down his gun, aud goiug out into an adjoining Acid placed the in hex Ie against, his breast and pulled the trigger with Iii* toe Tit* charge of heavy siiot peened through Lh* body, causing instant death, lie had for some time been trying to rid himself of the drinking habit and It ta thought that his rash act was the reault crf a despondent lit caused by repeated fail urea Hut my tai Their (‘on Allene*. New Youk, VAy8 - (’barie* V. Henkel hit* been locked up to await requisition imper* from Chicago, The prisoner wa# ie** rotary of the t’liicago Gillis Light aud Ural company. Martin Maloney, pre*! dent, ciiargea the primmer with stealing Ii.St kl of the company’* money and alter lug tile book* to conceal his theft It la mud that while he was employed In th. New York office Im* discovered that an em ploye had rohlied the company of some k'U*»i This discovery aided Henkel’* ad varn ement to the office and enabled him to become a defaulter. Eight room Frame House, good Cellar, Cistern, Sink iii Houso, Magnificent river view, Lot 50x120 For $1,250. Splendid Building Lots on Fourth street, as follows, 60x120. 351200; 00x120. $1,000; 63x120, with rock foundation, included* $1,350. Magnificent River View to each lot Thirty acre farm 2 1-2 miles southeast of Brighton, all in cultivation. Four room frame-house, Cellar, Bam, (log) Granary, Smoke-house. Well, Cistern. Will sell for loss than $35 per acre. Money to Hioan. Dorsei k Man, i Buckeye Lawn Mowers. _____  tat    ion.    fkvMtl    attempt# eon of th* crowd# that t In < aged them. The J work i ugli a* ii to hold meeting* were fru# popular' wa# a solid, unbroken aud anan- Late! tin tis r breakable phalanx on the sidewalk# and on th* street*, leaving a narrow roadway in th* center scarcely wide enough to permit th* pasMtgv of th** pc K-eaaiuinsU who marched in chm on lor four abreast, it farmed as though half of the I .HOO,urn* of Chicago’* population had oopontrated in the small territorythroughwbich the parade would pa** Th* Arri comer* Mi the choice of situation. Till# was ait her on the outer edge of th* sidewalk or near the middle of the street And how .-ut bust Mile that immense crowd wa# U cheered everything and everybody. The telling motto** on th* banner* carried by th# marchers were repeated til rough the crowd from one to tin other with laughter, and appro'a1, and cheers After mart hint through the principal streets the prow* Aion was disbanded at the lake front,where speeches were made. All Qu!•* at the Stack Yards. Then* wa* no sign of a strike or disaffection of any kind among th* ll,(JOO men •ai ploy od at the stock y*rd* aud th* sow cial detail of eighty policemen tm ground had a dull time of it looking tor j t rouble. The on* cause that mead strongly nitrated against trouble was th* absolute j refusal of the butcher* to strike, without whose ak! a strike of the laborer* would be futile.    _ Twelve BM, Collar aul Pairs. Latest and Correct Styles in Millinerv Novelties. -ALBO- Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE GLOBE. ALTON, ILL MINERS ON STRIKE. Hundred In the Peoria District (Jail Work. Pcoiut, Bls . May i All cual minor* ta , this Motion of Illinois have quit work. . There are sls.ut I .UUU miner* la th* I nim* dial* vicinity of this city, ami every out of them is a number of the Mine Work , era* A'N** int ion of America AU mines | will pruiiably 1st olosed for an iudeiiiiitat : of Un** The Hllnoia Coal and Coke company’s inlno- at Reed City, ten I mile* from here. are dint down and the men ar* all bile Fully forty coal mine* are chm*4 up Th* met. ask for t«nt» a toe for digging coal. the lecogultbm <rf their union, the abolition of th*- truck stores, and the price of p*wder and u#»l# to be regulated. Th* udn*r* sr* thoroughly organised, ar* in g**»i tinatndal ; circumstance*, and prep****I for * hard tight The campania* have th«giaaods of tons of coal a beati, and an* also ready for a long. hard fight. A Quirt Day al tl.M-lai.ail. Cl* iv*Att, Ohio, May k—Thor* wa* no notable eigbt-hour demonstration in thia gfty. Th.- t’arpMBters’ uni*ms bad a pH* Maud on and picnic un th.* hill tops in the aft* i u “»*• They were joined i>y two or tbrw other orgamsatf<iu», lait the gather ma was not large, and was only intended In *«pres* sympathy with the eight hour movement A meeting of the I^rt, M'dder*’ union will »* held ratnrday night to da- ride whether a strike shall las declared Monday next In ca*** th. bus# -* refuse to grant them IO per (Wirt Increase. Re DewMMwSralUM. al Mllwaak**. MiiwAi LEK. May 8 —There wa# no la-hor deni uatratiew w hatever bar* Thor** I    The AMW csrpentjfre (.f this city were aflat work aa usual having given the I bo**** until Friday to re, -gniie the right-hour day. The man, with tow exception*. ba* e only bm n wwktng right h*. ir«inthl* oHy for many mouths post and tie only demand th**/ uvshe Im that the bi ewes official!) rwwgeia* th* eight -hon r system In ! the event of * refusal, which la improbable, I (he men will go on strike Tke Red Fiat ta Kaw York. New Y**ke, May 2—Th* United tier man framer* who were engaged rn build tm tod by the intervention of the troop* During the day AWD |*r*Ha wen* ar fantod,    ____ N* Meet tass Allawed Im Lon.loa. London, May A—Only a tow hundred {#• ne ms marched In prowwlua to Hyde Park, where it was exj^ ctod a meeting would las held. On arriving at their de* Dilation, however, and attempting to organ tar a mass-meeting, they war* at one* dispersed by th* polio* In the Hackney district a meeting was alao broken up, while In Soho th* procession of th* demonstrator* suffered no opposition. A Riot al Peat*. p»>T»r. May 8 —A crowd of workingmen collected in front of tin rolling mil*, th* proprietors of which ba* I resisted I heir ih*ru*nds, attacking th* building and precipitating a riot. Th* military wens hast fly hurried to th* scene, but ware unable t., di#|**m* th* mob until they bad charge) with the I si yo nets and wounded many of the rioter* The mill continues In epera-tion.    _________ Throughout the (ieruian F.mplre. BEHL im, May 8.—The latest adtices from the principal cities of tbrmany rcprswetit pun* and good order aa very gen.* rally pre-served The various industrial occupations ar* tieing followed as usual Peace Prevails ta Italy. Roux, May 2.- Report* from th* chief Italian cill.*# present a general partial sus|#*nriou of is hor with peace prevailing met ysrWf*  .... An Inc veatfal Day la Hi u car Ic. Betlseui, May I—No dMiumstratioti was made by the workingmen of this city Thursday and the day waa an uneven! I fbi OM. Roped la by ” Ore** lined. " He*. Pit I LA DK I rn I A, May S.—Alkm. of Phillipsburg, Ms**» sod Elijah H**he, of Ru-perior, Neb , paid KED to a Newark, N J oiwa whom they met on their tgay east, for what they supposed wa# K,<at In c.untorfrit money They started west again, but wee* observed by the police at the <Upot ben* ae they were opening the cat cb. I to count the supposed iiumey and on Iwiag questioned th** story cam.* out. The satchel WI'* found to coatalo tU#n* paper urrappe.1 iu a few good billa The two men were allowed to continue their homeward journey. Tke lr Early Love Was Dead. Balu Moult, Md., May t.- After acetol months of married III* Mr* Isabella Mar tin, baa, "Malned an atssdute dieorce fHun her husband, George Martin She was a widow when alw married bim aud prominent in s< -etal rin lea They had b***n lav mate* in clilldbood and swtothaart* in I tbelr youth They then drifted ajurt. and ch.- married Dr T Clay Maddox. Flv* ywan. after he died she met the lover qf bsf girlhood in \tlanta, • is , and. after twenty four hours «ourtohtp, they weir married A sot her Levee (.Ive* Way. Ba vol’ Haha, La, May t—Th* old lev** In front of Hermitage, pointe Coupee ride, : caved la at 3 o’clock Thursday morning, and toe water thus forced against the new tov.- caused the latter to give way at «a rn This cree aas* will pro** disastrous to Fab* river, West Raton Rouge and Ds*r Ville sad will alen put th* Or*as* Tri* Ie vie- to a se vc tv lest “Lay os Ha. Dug." «ay* Pulluer New Yore, May 8. -Th* World say* editorially in regard to Judge Hilton • In dirt men' against the paper for alleged lital The Weald repeats the charge that Hilton preyed upon Ste wart aud Life lu.pri».»«me.»l far Wright. Detroit, Mich,, May S.--A special U The New# from Benzonia, Mich., say* CL T. Wright, the wealthy I limb* naan and president .4 th* < ut. r Greek Ixtnjls-r (#*oi {any, who was Wednesday eonvicted of murder In th* first d. ane for killing Dr Thurtwr and Under Hie-riff Marshall, was Thursday morning sentenced to life im prison in int at hard IhImt Hi Jackson prison Wright’s connael protested, claim tug that this court had tnt jurisdiction, WARD ANO HIS WIFt. Article# *f Separative Drawn Yp sad Itlynri by IN* Cauple. New Youk. May 2.—Khori-8top John L Wan! and his wife, who wa# Mise Helen Dauvray, have settled their do-meat ic difficulties by arranging to live apart. A rite las of separation were drawn ap and signed Wednesday night. Th* *e-crvt caus* Aor this aejiarathm has at last transpired In a divorce suit just instituted by Mr* Jease McDennrit'agslnst George McDermott, a welt known lawyer and polittt iao Hi* couple were married six years ago Mrs, McDermott I* but now aud is very handsome When her hustiand entered politics and !>egan to stay out lots night* ber tomb’** rom nu-1Mud. Tbs wife asserts that in March while walking on Broadway with a lady friend, John M. Waul, the I hon* ludliat, spoke to her The Husband Dr. am# Jeal»n». The huslMod was following near by ai d coming up engaged in an slier, at i«^» with Ward, I wen me*, ae she alleg**#, Ward aw trying U» b* simply poilu ’1 Ward hit Pc Dermott in the eye and then was quite fracas. During it Mrs MdMrnndtpt Into a cab and went home. After this ber htodiaiid assaulted her and i*la<kened ber rye*. Then she left him aud want to live at the Everett house McDermott railed th* virtue of hi* wife la question, Abs I# now studying fur th* stag. Th* suit will prolathly show whether he rightly or wrongly suspected John Montgomery Ward Trouble Over a Real Ratal* Hat*. NEW HAYEK, (.mn, May 8.—Tuesday James W Dorsey sold a pises of land and .-opted a cherk to bind the bargain. Dor ary pre-anteri the check at the bauk twice, the I .(ink ofllihris demanding an bl* nil fica Run Dor#«y then got angry and return.#! th* chec k to the maker, aud declared the wall rf A few hour# later I>or***y again ar. Id lite land to another part vat a good advance in price, Th* original btiyer theu bail Dorsey backed up. I oral Kl|'lu#t>>n of flaeilt*.' A, Neb , May ft—By the etfdnrion can of ga#.line N ii. Drake'* tai* >! shop wa* I sally <isoiag«#l and the poqvri. t tr iiurned to death. Forty girts w en.. ut off from escape from the building an I bad the chemical engine h.en Av* minute# toter all rf them would have lari their live# Ins* in various ( aru rf tho .ny Struck politest Mrs B»*wart, aud ft invite* him to Thursday morning f«ttha aaloraMMRl ti tsri th* truth of th* charges in th* ti* rig ut hour law. At noon fifty ala* I *ourla To Housekeepers. Bane Buruers Stored Through the Hummer Mont Its. Pins & HAMILL. 315 Itelle street. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. OIL Oui* Prices WILL HE POUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles** Than in any other bouse in Alton. In consequence of the DUKAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled ta do Bullae** ou a VERY CLOSE MARGIN nod it ie a roc* ognixed fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUKE IN THE CITY. mm slits. I X*. I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloths, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suits, which I am prepared to Bake ap ta tha Most Pastiionnble I Styles, GUARANTEEING I tv K a A Perfect Fit, • Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. The Pope Itofb ( bagel n**L I# »M*># Msy »—The pop* in said to foal it# ply chagrined over the failure to sa tahlUh ivgular diplomatic n-iatl<>na with I, for ii i« now Kmcederi that Lord ria I tabu r>* government will take no step# in that di rn Aion, although daairou* of auvit,tainiag frieodly relation# with th* rata an _         • Ret (.littles ta Faraguay. BC Rims A Tata, May ft—A rsvolutlon baa broken mil in Paraguay. Several persona Ikive lawn killed and many wounded. Telegraphic comm un lost iou has I wen in-terri'itteri, aud th* detail* that hav* barit received ar* meagre. Th. Sun Rhine* tar (.o»*nwr Mill. H. C. G. Montz, 112 Third st. ii. w ASBESTOS JOHNS’ ROOFING PATKNTKD FIRM’PIIOOF. Tbi» I* tke perfected I toted for... of I liftable Moat ag aauRctiri tv a* fee tke I U *d*pt«d for *-« on *t»#p ut Bu roof* in ad (MR rn l-jr uxskll'xl woriuu#B. *r.J caw* oaly »UaU half anwk Mwttvrty yew# J UU    »*i iUMviptt" jwto tut/TM fry mag. H. V. JOHNS UFO. CO- 240124} Rutolpt St., Cli CUI. New York. FhlUdclphls, I oweUm. ______ gnu, R*onf*ctorrr« of H. W. JOH**’ UfiM P»t*t#. Artesto. rite r*rw,f USU, Mkrrihiux., building ?r,u. A.h*.un KU*.. FMkjS^ Ibster_ _____ VIJ LA’A Ilk. STON MOI LUKO KISTOg-ROD FACH INO RISUS. CMKNn. WKL  -—----i?oj»    SALK BY w. IL WAYMAN, Carpenter and Builder, nom male* ■ tint a IMI No. 18, First st., Al Iou, 111, ;