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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois Hr: VOLUMK 30. (KANI) CARNIVAL. ■ Th® ©KOON ft HIW and OOM PL! TK HHK’Kbf P * FESTOONING, FLAGS, bannerettes, TISSUE PAPER, LANTERNS. (All sum and Shape* ) SHIELDS, MOTTOES, AKO A OOM IM,ATK STOOR or Murder Caused by Jealousy at Grand Mound, Iowa. A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN SHOT DOWN. John I* Rim Call* on . Far*., Sweetheart Wit* Had Married Another Man, Shoot, tier Mena .ml I. Tarn rilled Full mf Hole, b; the Beehead Women Other Deed. of . Mature. of the Criminal The Ever lA n POPULAR -LUC Sheet Music. (CHAS. J, DEGENHART, Sole Agent ) CHOICE SELECTIONS CAREFULLY ARRANGED FO RFOrwirr AND FOR THE CMK OF TEIS*? EM or TDK PIANO AND ORGAN. < hopRtlt it Wait*, by-- Fly Away Galop, by ..... Gertrud© Dream Walt*, by ... Impatience (Banjo Galop), by In th* Sunshine, by ........ Jack Fro*t*a March, by... Moment Musical, by..... Hatful Ronda, by .....7....." Russian Grand March, by ...... *torof Affection Maturity... Shower of Bose* Galop, by..... M “ “ Walts, by ..... Wreath Walt*, by................ GI**# Ac.. Ac., Ac., Ac —WTB* ...Wallis, Beet hor en. ©treabbog ... I An*©. . . Knight ..Schubert. ...Greene. ... francis Hartmann streabbog Ac. AT THE VERT LOWE8T PRICES. to* Call Early lo aroid the Bush rate! Celebrate! THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL) IOC a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: lOc Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. CntiiloKiic FICKES on Appliiti-ti on, or Malled FIC ESK to Addrest*. wily 101 & 103 Third st. cor. Piasa. Alton, 111. ta. J. Degenhart, I Third and Piasa its. • Alton. Ill Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGENTS FOR TOBAL Louis Varnish Co. Fines VARNISHES aud JAPANS. Charter Oak Flores aim Ranges Black Diamond and Albeston Roofing. Building and Sheet* ing Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Putnpg. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; ISO each. Agents for the Celebrate! Metter Fan law. Grand Mound, iowa, Sept. IT.—John w. lievsn, of Chteau, shot Mrs. W. M. K'lon dead here Monday and was immediately killed by her husband, who ear-rendered to the local officer*, and la now In the custody of the sheriff Three years ago young IU*ran and Mlaa Moille Hmltb j were attending school at Valparaiso, Iud I herr they fell i n to*, wtl |, other and beoom* engaged. Soon after they ae pa rated, Moille going to her home at Madison, WI* , Nt) <i Ii*ran to hi* horn* In I liicago. Moille »,h>u after tiMuaferivd iJtr Alfin r if»ti« t« William Ieung<loa, a mao in her city, and not long ago they were married and (-ame to this county. Besan appeared hem Monday morning and went ' to th,* house of a family named Twogood Where Langdon mid his wife board rd, IU rang the hell, ami when Imngdon appeared asked to apeak to his wife. A Dastardly Murder. Hie aiuceaefni Heal knew of the former lore affair and of threat* made by B van . dam be was Jilted and at first refused. He finally consented, however, and went up stairs and told hi, wife Bema wau5ed to apeak to her, at the same time going for his revolver, fearing trouble. As he waa about to descend the stairs be beard three »hots, and rushed down to sen h<* Wife lying with a bullet hole in ber head and another in ber neck. The third shot Beran had directed against himself Langdon rushed up to Hevan and ea.p-u-d his revolver in hi* face and Bwan fell dead Iv.i,I* th* body of his fair young Victim. Langdon, almost erased aah grief over the death of hta wife, lo whom he was devotedly attached, earrtel her re mains into the house, where vain efforts were marts to revive ber. Langdoa Gives Hlaiself Both Mrs. Langdon and ber murderer w«r© tg >ear« of age. Mr. Jangd-u, then grtve himself up to the locU otte rs, and w,** subsequently taken in cb.rg# b/ HberifT Desmond. A coroner’* inqu.wt is •h'lng held, but no verdict will Im rn turned until the postmortem van mins tloo of the victims bae been flubbed Mr. Langdon is a member of the firm cl I jingdiiu Sc Co , contractor., aud has a contract for building the double track of the Chicago and Northwestern railway from Dewitt west to Cndar Rapids Little Is known of him egoept I bat he oame bere from Ut Paul and that hi* parent, In Chicago ar© said to he wealthy Mrs 1agriot) was a beautiful and acc mu |»li«hed young woman, and her death i« deeply deplored. ™ E D£NNETT law A Letter fro ai a Cat hi,lie tabfeM, Mambo*, Win, Kept. lf.-Governor Hoard ba* tec«dv.>d Hie following letter from th* Rev. Fainer Daniel B. Toomey m* 84 * M * rjr ‘ GbU * oUu church at Polo, "Permit me to congratulate yon and four worthy oo work-r* im tbs noble and truly American stand you liar* taken on lh© Hen net law. The prayer* and bent wi lies of all trae American* of every freed are with you In your undertaking. sn not see how any bishop, priest, or minister, who Is a true American and has tbs beat interests of America at heart aa ell aa of those under hU care, can be •o far forgetful of bl* duty to thecoun try a* to try to aupplant the language of hts adopted couuirv with one he ha, abjured. I hold that it la tbs first duty of all men whose bontee and I ii ie re* ta are in this country lo footer and protect that language which has been to them the wily true exponent of liberty they ever knew.* Member* Should It Rigidly. WHAT BLOUNT OF GEORGIA SAYS. -FINE LINE OF Carns. Boules and Spring Waps See the Beet HOAD CART in the World for $10. H. K. JOHNSTON, Hardware Co. Hardware and Farm Machinery* Alton, III. Is Loaded fur Hear. Hi arx, Ma, Sept. af.—The town of Ava ba© bean treated to go unusual spec tad©. Prosecuting Attorney Watts ti** hen* walking about tint quiet aettlemant armed lo the teeth. A pair of ruurderooa balking lerolvers are strapped around bis waist, and on his shoulder he cames a Win cl ie, ter, aud a bangniMu'a ro|>e and a bundle of switches were in bls hand. The latter bad besa left ai his house myn*ri ously. Tbs life of Mr. Walla ha. town t bt safetied by the friend* of th* Beld Knobber. whom he baa bren engaged in pawer toll g He says that be will star In Ava; that they may succeed In killing him, but can not drive him out of the place Will Try t* nave Alerse*. ALBANY, N. r , bapt IT.—It I. learned from ooe of th* detectives who have been Working on the New York Central train wreckers’ ame that the whole fight when the wreckers am brought up for trial will he centered in en effort to save Kip man Hr said; “K'ernan wa* a shrewd ft- low. aud ha. lawn admitted to all the councils of the koight* and knew all til dr secrete, while tbs other men were oniy th* tools of Kienian and acted under hi* iiistruc ti* ne All but Kiernau have, it haw been learned from a reliable Bourne, made written roafe««ioiis which Implicit tbs five men now in cnatod) a* being the wrecker*." CL08ED WITH A TRAGEDY. A Horrible Sight Wltneeeeg by People Leaving a Mew York Theatre Sum Yore, Kept it.-Aa th* andleoo* wa* leaving th* now Park theatre at •butt lhti at night a lineman was seen to climb th* electric light pole in front of the theatre, and many stopped to watch bim. Suddenly It was seen that some-thing was wrong. The man became limp and t he msxle of burning flesh was heard by the crowd below, who ntood horrified. it hap), tied that Superintendent Fmpa, of the Brush Eectric Light oompany bad visited th* theatre. II* H o Past Human Help. He canto out at this moment and taking in the situation at a glance, procured ae-• DU nee aud released the mao from hie terrible position. Hut til* victim was past all help and died before bn reached the hospital, whither he wa* taken as warn a* possible. Th* man's name wa* ■appt Ms mac bu a* it* Labor Ticket. BonTON, Sept. 17 _Th* labor party xafhered in Dexter hall Tuesday foreman In Stale con vent ion. ('harlee K UUU of 1 Haverhill was made chairman. The eon-Yen Hon voted to reaffirm its former platform, adding th© recommendations of the prvftent committee cunueraulng the pur-chaee of legislator* as a weak spot in toft rvNentatlve government ami advocating the placing of legislative power In the people without delegating It to repress, iativc*. The following state ticket was nominated: For governor, diaries K. Murk, of Somerville; lieutenant goveraor, Georg© It I’aarce of Lynn; a©Yr*tory of stale. John F. Dowd of Hyde l*ar<; tr©aa-urer, George T. Moulton of Manton; atter- n|, f general, J. Johuaon of Gre©afield 1 auditor, P. F. O’Neill of I) ..ton. FI-A-JSTOS •aly popular bec an sn th©* U * Oatrag* at Ustml, III*. I.KH*IMT, Ills, Sept. lf.—Two masked men entered th* bouse of Timothy Carroll Monday night with drawn rvvo!?.*re and ordered him and his family to throw up their hau l. and lo tun* over their money, Mr. I’*..roll a>'nti pied to realer, wheu they fl©d at btm. striking him in t « leg, and lies heat him into insensibility They secured 11'J and fl«l A Martier et Seattle. Ha attle, IC aah., fispt 17. —Monday night about mldaight K P. Murphy, shirk in Tok las. Kl liger man A On.’a dry goods store, shot sad mortally mounded Chari a Brown, another clerk in the same •tom, at th* residence of th© former. Brown made aa inanlting remark to Mr* Murphy, wheu hor husband drew a revolver and shot. Tb# Firemen's Convention. Man PRAMIK**, Kept IT -Considerable time waa devoted at Tuesday’* eeasion of the convention of Locomotive Firemen to the discussion of th* report of the beneficiary claim* committee aud In clearing up ml Heel l*n*ou» business The election and inst illation of grand offioers followed* Grand Master F. P ."argent; vice grand master, J. J. Hannah rn. grand secretary ad treasurer, K V. Debs. board of grand trustee*, Daniel HL Barry, W. F. Ilynm and Churl** Mila; executive board, G J Kin gift on, D A. Ball, John F. O'Reilly aud r. P. O Bu arks. The delegatee left on an excuridon to Mount Bliest*, after a bleb they go to Lo* Angeles and then* # to their respective home*. A Catered Men's Flea. Jacefui. MIM, Kept. lf.-Mr. Moot-gont«*ry, th* negro delegate, addressed th* constitutional convention Monday in support the franchise committee's report, and proved himself try far th* ablest man of hi*, race in this elate for years He declared that the work of the convention, In order to be successful, must restrict the franchise by preserving each qualifies Dona for voters aa would radar* th* ne gru vote ooh I der ably be ow the white vote of the state. He believed lim' ibis would eventually bring about a eolation of th* race pro hi©in I he • (waker made an nlo-quent pie* for eo-operation between the renew Art Immensely popular bemuse th ar* r.rlcilf flmt^laes, fully wnrraRi Aid still only media ta in price. Art the beet In the world, and have le.1l all other* for years. Over MMM ln| ■ae. The people err hound to have lh. I bast, aad will navs Bom* but tho Oar price* are Lie lowest aud term* either time pay men is or (aah, aa customer* prefer. Call and tee at, er send far Cats-lafftaa and full inferuutUoa. E SI PF y&c JAN IP, 233 State Street, Chicago. ••rst. Louis Houso, 010 A 018 Olive St. Mcot)©a this Fspsr i VArtrl I LU Uom* taaointeed Rehary wa* RsfMiaeee FaiA ItomP WH Elf OlTriT FREK. Wft faeraato whee aa IhrtD Wma lotto to* M MOTRI KMB, Nape* ry wa *, Chleag*. III. (Thli heaea J* fain. ti la Hag It*** Brisking Heavily, Pin * FIELD, Mass., Kept 17.-La od en urn an dad th© trouble* of Curtis P. L'psoa, superintendent of th* Pittsfield Hi reel Railroad company, Hondas. lie had lieeu drinking heavily of fete, and wa* suspended for that reason. The disgrace wa* too much foe him. and h* committed sal ald*. anilid* mf rn Cleveland Man. I I KVXLANii, Sept. If.-Peter Gsaaner, a well known German resident of this city, committed suicide eerly Tuesday morning by cutting hie tbrm with a «m«ll krift Grief over the reoent death of a favorite child caused him to become melancholy and partially lose bis ta I od. Strikers* Fir he ta Arrested. Bi Mitt agPTox, N Y., Sept lf.—Nine striking aiger maker* acting ae pickat* ware a rree’.ed Monday. The charge against them U that they violated a city OOI nam© in idling a po a the street*. Fred IfeWer'ft Nether Dead lAjftsViu.lt, Ky , Kept IT.—Mr* Rosin* Pfeffer, mother of Fred Pf offer, th vase end boe©man of th* Chtcngo Player*’ club, died Monday morning at bar home at Twenty al* th street and Purl land av* Boe. Until Hu od ay afternoon abe wa* apparently in the hest of health, but was stricken with paralysis. R«»l»ert Ray llamitlaa's Death. Nxw k OBE, Kept. lf.—Tbs uncertainty which surrounded th© report of Robert Ray Hamilton's death by drowning in the Snake river. Idaho, has changed Into a conviction that tb* es assembl) mao ha- mat his death Two letters have been received by Mr ft b tyler Hamilton Jr., which give further detail*. One is fiu'u John D. Sargent, keeper of the rsnah at which Ruy Hamilton wa* alay tug and th** other I* from Caanimlr De ii Mourn, at King Biog. who wa* on a hunting expedition in th* vicinity of Sargent's ranch Death ml aa Old I ©ti abl taut. Pout AUE 'Via, bapt. lf.—Archibald Byte, on* of the old ©at inhabitants of ti.,a county, died at his bouse In this city Monday waning of old age He waa boro iii Glasgow, Scotland, Aug HS, I AOI, sod • am* to this country with his parent* be-fore be was I year ©Id. He came to Columbia county in May, IRAN, aud Mauled on a farm la th© town of Martvdion, where he rvGU.ti till IWR when ba told his farm and moved to Portage, where he had elm* lived. __ Industrial ktagaaitoa ta Italy. IgiXtMDN, Kept, lf.—There is great Industrial etsgnation in Italy, particularly lu th* larger cilia* Th* number of the unemployed in Th ria and Bologna I* *o Urge that the Au thrill©* are alarmed, and it I* feared that utile** some remedial Action is eo*m taken bread riot* sod other disorders most ensue I-on* Beseek Made by the Southers ('nagre#***sa la Argalas a Point of Order Raised by Grmtrnnr Agataet the UeeolatloA of Raise Relative to tho Kennedy kytrek The Noes* Anti-Lottery Hill Teased by the Beast*. Washington Citt. Kept lf.—Th* boose Tu©sriay morning proceeded to th* ronald srAtuni of the Rnloe revolution relative lo the Kennedy speech. Th* (lending question wa* on the point of order raised Against th* monition by Grosvenor of Ohio Blount of Georgia, in arguing the point of order, recalled tbs Bro >k* Sumner episode and cited the action of th* hone* In that ca,* The gentleman from V. nu©.:,) had so indign tut _ the act i<m of a certain ne na tor that he had proceeded to denounce him In vigorous language, Tb© senator had been do* nouneed ae a felon amt aa a traitor. He bail teen ©barged with colleaguing with another senator to betray an obligation be uweil to the country. Whenever member of this body arraigned a ae tm tor »* a felon and a traitor by reason of hi* rondo, t la regard to ^.elation, there could be no question but that tbs charas-tor of the hone* wa# A*a*iled. the Dignity af th* (lea**, if there were any queetion about it her*, the public interest manifested throughout th* country showed the mib- r ‘>u<©|©k»n of the attitude of the gen) la- rn n front Ohio and th* duty of th© bouse * Wil! * ,lf * I ®ro to vindicate th* c.iarracier of th# aenat4Mr from l^nnevl Yanl*. Me wa* not Item to inveatlga'e w,let’ber or oot the charge* made by the gentleman from Ohio were true or bol lo©*© wero matter* with wbioh no m-m-her list] anything to d »; but th© quest tun of th* caracter amt d gutty of th* luma® wa* on* with which member* had tome thing to do and for which lh* people would hold them to a rigid responsibility. Merely a Drvlee. Here wa* a caaa wiu*ia * member of tbs Other body wa* deliberately, carefully aud solemnly denounced tar his public conduct In th* Bena ta Would It is* kmhI that the gentleman hail spoken of Iii* "chairman of Urn Republican national committtof What hail the chairman of the Republican iou loo al rom rn I it** )n the aenate cbatntier to say! Toe genUs-niau b*l referred to the senator from Pennsylvania and the deeignatiuu .rf bim as th* chairman of th* Republican na Goo a1 <o rum ii tee was merely a de vide to ©•cape responsibility. Overrated lh* p n | a t et Order. The speaker in ren<iering hi* decision •alii that there could be bo doubt that the legielatlve proceedings of tbs two coordinal* blanche* of th* legislature would be very much impeded lf Improper reflect loo* w>r# allow. I by ,h© me rn I awa of the ob* bo.lv upon member* of th* J # WM *° *‘ kM "' "° eatab I leu sd that It Menial ntiur«*a*ary to ar a word lo reg©rd to It It wa* faundrd ob that principle wbiob causal meiuber* of the hou•# to speak of each other by a phrase rather then by name It nu In totul*d bs far a* p-subl* to keep I * n .on*l feeling out of legislation, and th* chair was very glad, not ©n y (or the advaotage Of th# relatioQ* between the house and th* senate, but for the advantage of n,* relation* among mein ben of th* bouse that this question should be passed upon In Born a manner aa would make ab tm presamo upon alL Th# chair »berob,#* overruled th* point of order raised by Grosvenor. * YI ark In th* Aeaat*. The senate met Bt ll Tuesday with Vie# resident Morton lu tbs chair Th# sen ato proceeded to consider for an bour billa on th© calendar ii nob joe .sd to. Th© roo feronc. report on tin railroad land for felt tire bill waa agrewi lo—yea* Ai, nay* lh—th© Democrats voting in th* negative and the Republican* in I he affirmative Th* bouto amt lottery (HU wa* tb»n taken un read and p*s-i*d. Iliii i ainouri Gfllihpie Soft GOAL Ae-llvcrnl at five mluuteH notice in any qoan tlty. Burna to a Clear Gray Aah, no Clinker.. or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in tho West. hard coal Iii ill! MI/,-a, i ’•■ll, fix at lowest Market Prices. Duality Unsurpassed, BDV NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. i;Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. i i-.J.KI'l IONIC HT AXD ai. WARM AIR FURNACES ! I IA K I) A N J > HOKr COAL T° our friends would say wa Ere now proptrwd to pair old OOM. Satisfaction In nae** alway* on band. every caw pat guhrantood. to/MUMM Rad BR* fltooafi htod FRr- PITTS A HAMILL, HTREKT. 315 BKLLE ST OJP! WHESRK ? 11. BORcnunrs. -AXD BMR MT- LA TE.ST FA URICK IN CLOTHS, WORCESTERS mf-- CASSIMERES . r > l-'TRar EtHKKN MTY LEM * IWO mw. employed I ,l©fy all wuul.l bi ivmipetltlou: I'ewnayIteiiia D-murreta Meet. Bk a pi Mu, Pa., Kept. IT.-Tbe annual meeting of the Democratic societies of i IV iuaylvanla beld bere Tuesday wa* j fully atieoibwi. Damocrata of note from •ll portions of the stat* were proeeui VI.—Patfitou. Block and Barclay, the I candidal©*, of the party rtwpecliveiy for j governor, i.eateuant guveraor and ewers tory of internal affairs, were on hand i early. The convention of lh* sodeti©* wa* ceded to ord ‘ 1 house at I qV*'© About I.ox! d©!©g'»te* I . , - were present C auucey F Black pro I ll frril I ti •bled and opened th© proceeding* with an I — ® address at considerable length No*# tm* Mood Work -•eitoly ITS NO SECRET. Tl.at our STOCK is tho MOST OOM J’LETH aver rtol ho __ " e tun abow you Something New aa often aa you or!] ^ w** a* I ixia VI Hit I ffl order In th* Grand Opera! I JlDO'irV lock. About I .(IOO delewiktM I - ■ " w Y CARPBTSi Found a Risk Vela of Ova. GHL xx Bay, WI*, Kept. lf.-A rich vein of or*, nine foal six Inches thick, has been found at a depth of MO fee* in th* mine* of the North Rabat Mining rom pany at Ironwood, Mick Shares which Cuuid easily .** purchased at pi a few day* ago ca i not be secured now at SS. Will riant Oat th* Uriah War. Nxw I OME Bapt lf.—The brick luauQ* f*otur*r» met at the Astor house Mon-dry and resolved toilful out the brick war uu Its present line lf it look all winter. The association also resolved to employ no more handlers in New York until th® boycott to raked. Dought a Trotter fur RIO,OOO. Locuvill*. Ky . B pt lf.—Jacob T. Hugely, of D ,uVille, Ky , ha* Mid to J. Th# Meal ln»|MM»ti«Mi Law. Loudon, Sept. 17.-Tbs Standard aa va; A more ootragoous enactment than th* rn at inspection law wa*, never framed In a civilised country, It U more Irritating in canjunctloo with the McKinley bill. No foreign aute can sabmit to such threat* without ahJroA humiliation. " uh K igUtnd reprlfta!* are out of the question, but the unfriendly attitude of America wilt do Both lug to force our hands * A or Ideate mn Germ** Railway* Bt hi - st, Kept. 16, —During the last few d*>e there have been *ev©r*l acctdrnui on Iii* ti i hi n German r«i|i„,,.i I mea. In collision between two p:i,*ng<>r train, at a point between Mont Jot© and Kalterber-herg four (Maaengers were kiiiw! and fourteen Injured. A brakeman lost both legs. A elation master wa* arrmtad for causing ti*# accident tb rough culpable neglect In the other acc ids ut© no one wa* killed Gee. Ferro* aa Bwftakelaoa Powder. UumlkaL’X, Kept. lf.—At th# conclusion of the maim*avre* u* re G.-n. Ferron, commender of lh# High en th army corps, Issued an order of the day, in which ho says that the us© of saxdteiea* powder will make nu chang* in dnfduitt tact I im, hut will render off uslve tactics inure d ificuit It is therefor* imperative that commanding officer* display grail intelligence in choosing (aw11iou, for aa attack. ('••IHI L'dtl'ii,'* Funeral. IaiKDUN, Kept. lf.—Th© funeral of the late Canon L U Ion took piac at At Ratil’a cath* ira! T< ca lay, tile large sd Am being erowdftd to nv©’(! .wing with people Rag or Hemp. Body Brussels, Art Squurtw, ii IJ> T„ 9URTAUVSI Dado or I lain, Lace or Portior. Fur Moquetto^ ^Smynuf* Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. - l*di«B liko to so* tho Newest aud Flnoot in Hottao bmninM !aa<ost way to moo them kl lo Cai! froquouUy whether you wish to buy or not. RI our Vim •SMU J Mb meet, D Creighton, the rn, ll Ion*; re horseman of gathered lo p,.y t....r la*) respect, to th* Oma bt, th© -J year-old filly Kvanga'lo©, numur) at the groat prolate Rev Dr wboj-ect ntlv maile a ro*«or.| of tor ii u-am.. ... bbl* . ,,, u, Canterburv as lio.oot) Kvangellne by Red Wilkes. bi by Dteuator, dan* bbls i eu*l©d i#y ' I.© whole i bm ;>trr of Hie cathedral rondo*awd tbs cst emu iii**. A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS. I AM MOW READY TO nitMIga EVERY MAB IX ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADI FROM CLOTH* SELMOTRD RBFMtTALLY UMI F AIjIj WES AR. _ a CTT >» VHR MOOT STYUIH MAN NRK. Witti Perfect nt, AXD -o- At Figures that will Please Al!. H. C. Gr. Moritz.
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