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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                A Y VOLUME nSt Tl10 SECOND ever TISSUE All Sizes and The Ever POPULAR Sheet Sole CHOICE SELECTIONS ARUANGKU FO AND FOB THUS USE o EES OF THK PIANO AND AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE VERY LOWEST Calt Early to avoid the le 101 103 Third Fly Away WiUlls Gertrude Dream Impatience Banjo In the Lange Jack Frosts Moment Playful Russian Grand Star ot Affection Sliowor nt Itoses Wreath THE The Stepping fay Sidney VOOAL AND INSTRUMENTAL IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50cfor 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa HI Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR THE St Louis Varnish Fine VAKNISHES aud rterOak Sbm and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the Murder Caused by Jealousy at Grand A BRAUTIFUL WOMAN SHOT John on a Former Sweet hoart Who Had Hurried Another Her Dead ami Tarn Filled Full oy Ule Husband the Womanouter Deeds of a Criminal GiUND of shot Langdon dead here Monday and was Im mediately killed by her who sur rendered to the local and Is now In the cngtoily of the Three years ago young Bovan and Miss Mollle Smith were attending school at Ihere they fell in love with each other and became Soon after they Mollle going to her home at and Bevan to hli home In Molllo soon after transferred her affections to William a man lu hor and not long ago they were married and came to this Sevan appeared here Monday morning and wont to the house of a family named Twogood where Langdon and his wife He rung the and when Laagdon appear ed asked to speak to his A Dastardly His successful rival knew of the former love affair and of threats made by BuVan since he was jilted and at first He finally and went up stairs and told his wife Bevan wanted to speak to at the same time goitiK Tor his fearing As ho i was about to descend the stairs he heard three and rushed down to see his wife lying with a bullet hole In her head another in her The third shot Bovan had directed against Langdon rushed up to Bevan and empiwl his revolver In his face and Sevan fell dead beside the body of his fair young almost crazed with grief over the death of his to whom he was devotedly her re mains into the where vain efforts were made to revive Lnngdon Gives Himself Both Langdon and her were 22 of Langdou then gave himself up to the local and was subsequently taken in charge by sheriff A coroners inquest is being but no verdict will be re turned until the postmortem elimina tion of bos been Langdon is a member of the firm of Lnngdon and has n contract for building the double truck of the Chicago and Northwestern railway from Dowitt west to Cedar Lit tle la known of him except that ho cauio hero from Paul anfl that his parents in Chicago are said to be Mrs was a beautiful and accom plished young and her death IB deeply Is Loaded for town of Ava has been treated to an unusual spec Prosecuting Attorney Watts bus been walking about that quiet settlement armed to the A pair of murderous looking revolvers are strapped around bis mid on his shoulder he carries a and a hangmans rope and a bundle of switches were in liU The latter bad been left his house mysteri The life of Watts has bieu threatened by the friends of the Bald Knobbers whom he has been engaged in He says that he will stay in Ava thai they may succeed In killing but can not drive him out of the THE DENNjTT 1 LMter from n Frltst on the Hoard has received HIM following letter from the Futitor Dwulel Toomey Mary8 ehuroh at Permit me to congratulate you and your worthy ooworkors on the noble and truly American stand you hare taken on tho Bcnnet The prayers and best wMios of all true Americans of every creed are with yon In your I not see how any or who is a true American and has the best Interests of America at heart as well as of those under his can be far forgetful of bis duty to tho coun try as to try to supplnnt the language of his adopted country with one he has ab I hold that It Is the first duty of all men whoso homes and interests aro n this country to foster and protect that language which has been to them the only true exponent of liberty they ever Members Should It Guard C O A CLOSED WITH A WHAT BLOUNT OF GEORGIA A long ntndo by tho Southern CongroMinan In Arguing a point of dor liaised by Gronvonor Against the Uoiolutlon of Kn I oe Ilelntlve to the Kennedy Tho llonie AntiLot tory Bill by the WASHINGTON bouse Tuesday morning proceeded to the consid eration of the Enloo resolution relative to the Kennedy The pending ques tion was on the point of order raised against the resolution by Gnwvenor of Blount of In arguing tho 4e A Horrible Sight Witnessed by People Leaving n New York NEW Sept the audience was leaving the now Park theatre at abjut at night a lineman was seen to climb the electric pole In front of the and many stopped to watch Suddenly It was seen that some thing was The man became limp and the sizzle of burning flosh was heard by the crowd who etood It happened that Superintendent of the Brush Electric Light company hod visited the He Wiw Past Human He came out at this momentund taking In the situation at a procured as sistance aud roleased the man from his terrible But the victim was past all help and died before reached the whither he was taken as soon as The mans name was Tho Famous Gilltspie Soft CQAL livcred at five minutes notice qmn BiMns to a Clear Gray iio Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAI tiiu ln a11 at Lowest Market DOUSfl in tJinf nncn m e house in that The gentlcmafc from Mujsncliiisettn Labor labor party gathered in Dexter hall Tuesday forenoon In state Charles K Hills of Haverhlll was made The con vention voted to reaffirm its former plat adding the recommendations of the condemning the pur chase of legislators us a weak spot in re presentative government and advocating the placing of legislative power in the people without delegating It to roprosen The following state ticket was nominated For Marks of Somcrville lieutenant govoraor Poarce of Lynn soeretiiry of John Dowd ol Hyde Park treas George Moultou of Boston attor ney Johnson of Greenfield ONeill of Tlie Firemens SAN time was devoted ot Tuesdays session of the convention of Locomotive Firemen to the discussion of the report of the bene ficiary claims committee nud in clearing up miscellaneous The election and installation of grand officers followed Grand Sargent vice grand Hannahan grand secretary and Debs board of grand Hynes aud Charles Main executive C J John OReilly and The delegates left on un excursion to Mount oftnr which they go to Angeles and thence totholr respective FINE LINE See the Best CART in the World for IJ01 Hardware and Farm III Are Immensely popular because are strictly fully and still medium la price Are the bett In he and hare led All otbertf for Over in The people are bound to liuro tho BMtf and will hare none but the Oar prioel are tlie lowest aud tornm Alihtti1 time or as cus tomers Call and see or send for Cata and full TTlll Try to Save la learned from one of the detectives wbo have been working on the New York Central train wreokera case that the whole flghfc when the wreckers are brought up for trial will be centered in an effort to save He said Klernnn wns a Rhrowtl falow and bun beenadmitted to nil thecouncils of the knights aud knew all while the other men were only the tools of Kiernan and acted under his i us true All but Klernun it ban been learned from a reliable mode written confessions which implicit the five men now in custody iu being the Outrage masked men entered the house of Timothy Carroll Monday night with drawn and ordered Mm mid his family to throw up their and to turn over their CJmroll iitiouipiml to when thoy flird at striking him In the and then heat him Into They secured 113 and A Murder nt Momla uight about midnight Murphy clerk In Singertnan dry goods Nhot uud mortally wounded Charlis another clerk In tho sam at the residence of tho former Brown made an Insulting remark to Mrs when husband drew a re volver and 233 State Louis 810 918 Olive Mention Paper Iliid Drinking Laudanum thn of Curtis superintendent of the Plttnfleld Street Railroad Ho hod been drinking heavily of and wim sus pended for that The disgrace was too much for and he committed sui Suicide of a Cleveland Potur a well known German resident of this committed anlclde early Tuesday morn ing by cutting his throat with a small Orlef over tbo recant dciiih of a favorite child caused him to become mel ancholy and partially lose hU PlckeU Nine acting nu plokets were arrested The charge thorn U that they violated a city ordinance In Idling upon thu Fred lfeffern Hotlxr Roslna mother of Fred thu sec ond boatman Of the Chicago died Monday morning at hor home Twemy sixth street ana Portland ave Until Sundayafternoon she was ppareutly la the bout of but trloktn Strikers A Colored Alans Mont the nngro addressed the constitutional convention Monday in sup port of tho franchise committees nnd proved himself by far the ablest man of his race in this state for He de clared that the work of tho In order to be must restrict the franchise by preserving qualifica tions for as would reduce the ne gro vote oonaldorubly boiow tho white vote of the Ho believed this would eventually bring about a solution of the race The speaker made an elo quent plea for cooperation between the Robert Kay Hamiltons NEW uncertainty which surrounded tho report of Robert Ray Hamiltons death by drowning In the Snake has changed Into a conviction that the exassemblyman has mat his Two loiters have received by S Iiuylor which give further One Is fioin John keeper of the ration at which Ray Hamilton was stay and tho other is from Cussimir De It of Sing who was on ft hunting expedition lu tho vicinity of Bar Douth of un Old one of the oldest inhabitants of Ibis died at his house In this city Monday evening of old He wan born in Aug and came to this country with bis parents be fore he was 1 year Ho came to Columbia county In and settled on a farm In the town of whore he rosldud till when he sold his farm and moved lo where ho bad since Industrial StugniUluii In Is grout Indus trial stHgnution in particularly Ju the larger Tho uuintmr of the un employed In Turin and Bologna la so Iiirgo that tho nuthrltlos aro and it Is feared that unless some remedial notion Is soon takon bread rloUi and other disorders mnst Found a Hloh Vein of GHEBN rich vein of nliiu foot sU Inches has been found at a doptU of sno feet In the mines of tho North Pabst Mining com panyot Shares which could cattily je purchased at 8 a few ago can not bo secured now at Will iriglit Out tho Urlok NKW VOHK brick inanu ttotururu met at the Astor houte Mon ey and ruaolvod to I lit out thn brink war ou Its prcmmt lino U It took all win The asHoolntlou uUo resolved to em ploy no moru hunillurs lu Now Vork until tho boycott U llaught a Iruttur fur of litu sold to the millionaire of UIH Jyenrold Illy who recently umdo a record of or aixjuivuiuii it Ohio Kennedy had been so Indignant at the action of a certain senator that be had proceeded to denounce him In vigorous The senator had been de nounced as a felon and as a He bean charged with colleaguing with another senator to betray an obligation i he owed to the Whenever a member of this body arraigned a senator us a felon and a traitor by reason of his conduct In regard to there could be no question but that the charao ter of the house was The Dignity of the If there were any question about It the public Interest manifested throughout the country showed tho llo concept Ion of the attitude of the sent Io nian from Ohio and the duty of the Blintiit WHS not hew to vindicate the clmrraoier of the senator from Pennsyl He was not hero to investigate whether or not the charges made by the gentleman from Ohio were true or lmHe were matters with which no mem ber had anything to do but the question of the character and dignity of the house was one with which members had somo thiug to do and for which the people would hold them to a rigid Merely a Here wag i case where a member of the other body was oarefullv and solemnly denounced for his public conduct In the Would It be said that the gentleman hod spoken of the chairman of the Republican national commltteef What had the chairman of the Republican national committee in the senate chamber to sayf The gentle man hod referred to the senator from Pennsylvania and the designation of him aa the chairman of the Republican na tional committee wits merely a device to escape Overruled the Point ot Xho speaker In rendering his decision said that there could be no doubt that the legislative proceodings of the two coordinate branches of the legislature would be very much Impeded If improper reflections were allowed by the monitors of the one body upon members of the This was so so well estab lished that It seemed unnecessary to say a word in regard to It It was founded on that principle which caused members of the house to speak of each other by a phrase rather than by It was In tended as for as possible to keep personal feeling out of and the chair was very not only for tho advantage of the relations betweuu the housa and I the but for the advantage of the relations among members of the house that this question should be passed upon in eueh a manner us would make an Im pression upon Tho chair therefore overruled the point of order raised by Work lo the The senate met at U Tuesday with Vice PKsldont Morton lu the The sen ate proceeded to consider for an hour bills on the calendar unobjected Tho con ferenco report on the railroad land for feiture bill was agrood toyoas nays Democrats voting in tho negative and the Republicans In the The house anillottery bill was thon taken up read and Pennsylvania JDomoorats annual meeting of tho Democratic societies of Pennsylvania held hero Tuesday was fully Democrats of note from all portions of tho state were present Black and the candidates of the party respectively for lieutenant governor and secre tary of internal were on band Tho convention of the societies was called to order In the Grand Opera house at 1 About delegates wore Ciiauticoy Black pro aided and opened tbo proceedings with an address of considerable The Meat Inspection Standard says A more outrageous enactment than the meat Inspection law was novor in a civilized It is more Irritating in conjunction with tho MoKlnloy No foreign ntute can submit to such threats without tibjiot With Liiglonrf reprisals aro out of iho but the unfriendly attitude of America will do nothing to force our Aooldnnts on Ooriuun the lost few days thuro have been Hoveral accidents on the main German mil mud In a collision between two puiMeugor at a point between Jule and Kulterher berg four passengers were killed and four teen A brakeman lost both Astullon inuMitr was arrested for cauulug tho ucclduiit through culpable In the other accidents no one was Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Mann 310 Belle 84 ANt FURNACES PITTS 315 BELLE LATEST FABRICS Rag or JLKT Dado or Body Art Laco or Fur Smyrna OrieutaL Oil Wire and Cocoa Perron on tho conclusion of the uiftiujflitvfus in ro com mnmlor of the army la sued nn oruVr of tho in which ho cays that the of HtnokeluiHt powder will make no change In defensive but will render offensive tuotloii more It Is therefore Imperative hut command Ing offlcew display grout Intelligence lu churning positions for 1111 Caunu funeral of tha latu CHIIUII Lulildtt tnuk pluuj nt Pauls oathoJral the largo edlflw being crowded to ivirtiwlnjj with peoplu gnlhurfd lo IUHI cetipucU to thu muiiiury uthu niihblHiiDji 01 mxliil i liu whulu of the catbe tlniI cui HOWELL FALL I AM NOW UEADV TO SUPERIOR SPIT OF OLOTII8 IN At Figures a AND that will   

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