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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 30.  ALTO  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22. ISIK).  « «r«  SHOT HEH DECEIVER  steamIoaT disaster recalled. I  A Young Man Badly Wounded by His Old Love.  DREW A REVOLVER FROM HER DRE86  PAPETERIES,  [BOX TAPER]  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  aer Put up to larga mbit* envelop**, IO theeU MRorted, of our best stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only 10c per Envelops. Also:  aer One quire boxes, containing *4 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelope* to match. Only 25c per box.  tttT These Select and Superior Writing Papers, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE include the following popular shades;  WHITE,  CREAM,  PE Af! II,  I' Ii I « ll ll S E, IRISH BOND, ENGLISH PA RCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE.  Abr Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent  Give these Goods a trial and yon will find that they are considerable less in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality.  O. J. Degrenhart,  A»4 Tot * Rn I tot la nim la I Hr Prrnono* af HU Nowly-WodJrii WH*—Ha Vail to ‘ha Floor tad HU Hr I* a Fain tad Attar -—A Jeilgr's I Im. I Marktraaailtip Sava# a K anana Cit/ Bettor’# Ll fa—Cowhided ky a Coaaart Siagar.  Chicago, Oat. ti. -It Is not tho fault of FloreBOt Tyler, of Butler. IHA, Eugene K Mea*.- wan not in a rd trad by hor hand* M i aa Tyler walk ad Into Maaaa'a room at WA Waat Lake alroot a few mi bu tea bo fore 7 o'clock Monday evening and shot bim down. Tho moot annaaClonal feature of tho shooting la tile fact that Meat was married leat Saturday to Mias Taw ie Raymond, of US Curtis a treat, aud tho young oouple bad J aet started house keeping at the number given above The cause of ibm shooting, according to the statements misdo by Miss Tyler, was revenge. bas formerly been engaged to her sad they were to have been married last New Year’* Hey. Ile put off the wedding, bovver, and began paying attention to Mian Raymond. Their friendship ripened Into love, and Friday last Mesas took out a rn arriage license. Mine Tyler taw the uotioe of the Issue of the hoe nee in tbs daily impure.  Come I od od to Had HU Ufa.  She brooded over her former lover's marriage aud dually concluded to put ab end to iii* life. At « o'clock she hired a bons apii buggy sad drove to his house Mn. )4'a»« answered the bell She called her husband and entand th# front room with bMu. “I want my rthg aud my photo* graph, eugene Masse," said Kiss Tyler. Meas* left the room, and returning In a few ii. hi ut** baaded her a package She started to leave the room, bot turned when ahs reached the door, sad running up to Mfraae, dnw a revolver from the folds of ber drew. Abe pieced the muscle of the weapon directly ever Mease’s heart. He turn rd slightly to the left Just as weapon WM discharged aud the bullet entered hie left shoulder in the ar rn-pit and lodged under his left shoulder-blade Mesa fell to the ftuor aud hic bride fainted away, falling upon n lounge A greeted with Revolver ta Head.  Miw Tyler started to walk out, hut rust at. the deor by OIH our Kl rile of the DwpUdnw bt reel station, who wee peas lag un the eppuaite able of the street and bear I up the shot sod s woman acream started to luvueligat*. Miss Tyler tbs resolver la bar hand when amated. She whs lacked up at tbs Dwplalnw Sires! station end Mssm was eon toyed to runty hospital His parents reside W wt loll*aa Street. Ha Is M years old and em played w a atty sa I win an by Moody fa Water*, pie sad confection bat ars at GFmu aud Feltoa street*. Hs ad mils th# former love affair with Miss Tyler, blit will not explain why bs broke tbs engagement. The physicians at tbs county hospital think bs will recover Miw Tyler ie alae known aa Ste Us Der sn pots.  Obis River Rivers Dissever a Snakes Boat af Over Fen* Yearn.  ClKClFNATt, Oot. ii-tausun! excite. meta wa* created In river circles Monday iver a discovery mad* by divers wha ate preparing to sink n caisson for tbs now bridge In digging the men asms across the bull of a steamboat sunk over forty year* ago and sought Cor a long time, but without snoozes. At the time named the steamer Moselle with 900 emigrants who had coms aboard at Pittsburg for southern points, sank somswitern la tbs neigh borhood mention* I This stream was high and many live* were lost.  A Cafe aud (toed Hod I sa gonad.  In the safe of th* buat was a large sam of mousy, never recover* I. The wreck ie four fest under ground. When the news of the find became known thousands flocks.) to tbs scene and old river men recalled ti** wreck. Th* divan fastened ropw aitd chaute to the bull, aud it will be pulled out. The divers say the wrack is la good preservation, aud they judge tost neat of tho aa bin ie goo*, but from the cabio floor down it is all right lh*ad bodle* nod th* safe will be sought for.  HW OOT Ills limits  A. B. Mullet, the Well-Known Architect, Suicides.  STORY OF THE STARTLING AFFAIR.  THE PRICE-BOOTH INQUEST.  AU  • oel a Bloody Keqnel to SU* Tragedy af Sa ta rd ay.  QtTiacT, III*, Oot 22-What might have been a bloody sequel to the Priee-Booth tragedy of Saturday was prevented by th* disarming of a nu rn I mr of men. Th# killing of Price by Miw Booth has engendered rn nob bittern*** and threats have been made by both aldea. When th* coroner’s inquest ss corn manned It was noticed that a number of the mal* relatives of both part Wa to the shooting were prearm, mud the ugly looks exchanged between some of them recalled th* threats.  •very Relative Armed.  To prevent po*-.tide trouble IS wellordered that every person in th* room ho searched. Th* search showed that every relative of the victims of tbs tragedy WM armed, and when It vs concluded enough revolver* lay on the table to etait an arsenal. Then an tffloer was stationed at the door who ware tied every one who entered. The inquMt res a ltd in s verdict In aeon rd anc* with the facts a* reported.  Weal ta th* Federal Instead.  RXI) Bl.UFF. Cal, Od 93 -Colt Herrick Wa* to bn married to the eld net daughter of Burt Johnson, the well-known botel keeper at Big Meadows, Pl tim aa noun y. He WM in Red Bluff a week ago, sine* which tun* he bas not been seen or beard from. Kneed* gal tiered from ai ii se about to attend the wedding. Herrick'* disap* pseraaos impelled Slum Johnson to take to ber roam, which she did not leave even tor her meals flvr sister slept WUU ber, and whail eh* awoke ta the morulug she dLoovered that her sister was IU Rh* con ti* tied to get worse aud died. Those who gathered to attend the wedding went to tbs funeral Instead.  IQI and 103 Third st., Alton, III.  •HOT AT BY A JU DOC.  To Relieve a Cough get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any MedetiDp You Need, at  Bad II ar bs in saint p SevM a Baa* ae (By Man's UM-  ST. tofu, Ort. 9A—Gavon D Burgees, judge of abe stale slreuit court and aspirant for a seat on the stale supreme bensh, shalt twice at ti U Preston Man-day at Brusk field. Mo. Prs* ten to editor at The BUoday Sou, a dtamptaabi* paper, a* Baa sad City, and was charged with ii latens artlelw shoal Judge Be wps tried at Breek ll.Id, Me., sad acquitted. Judge Burgaw hap  Heath from ntarvatten cai Repasses. GtOKKX, Iud.. Oct. 22.—The aud* body of an aukoown mas, with only on* arm. has bean found in a barn ussr Millers burg. Ind. The clotslug betongiog to It WM fount nearly a mile away ie th* in cid* coat pocket we a niemoraadum ooh trining the asms J, Shield*. Brie, Pe. Thor* were no rn arks of violence or the dead man's borty, aud tbs verdict of th# ooronrr was that death resulted from starvation sod exposure Coroner John sen telegraphed the chief of police at Brie, and received n reply that a man aaz J. Hhislda WM miming from there, bul that he had two arms.  Mood to he pawing through the town sad he secured * gnu and hanked Pre*Urn up  and shot at him    without    effeot  TVT A PQTI'Q JKLdXuSJtl Q  Burgaw gas arrested sad released os IL  OU) bail This affair causes a big ceasa  Hon la the atotu  FRANK BUDDE,  Bi  —o— RETAIL DEALER IN —o-  Wines and Liquors,  —©— AGENT FOR  ^JNTHEUSER’S BOTTLED BEER.  Good* delivered to Any part of the city free of charge. * Houtheart cornet of Belle And Fourth et*., (Raible’e old atAnd.) Alloo, IU.  Upheld Hee Own (lignite-  Cl eof WATI, Ort, IA-Them eras a sen •ailob la Fetor's oooeert hah Monday night A nato Suite, e petite and comedy singer and male Impersonate*, wee en the stage doing ber ’Yarn," attired lo a jockey * anet nm*, when a wealthy young reside*! air this civy cleeked al her very loudly sad lo other way* made &1m**(f obaoitoua MIW Butts to married, bm her hue hasid was art on hand to prefect bar, so ab* upheld her own dignity Rn tiring to the gnats-room, she procured a •tent aewitide, nod selling forth Into the a ud is ne*. Mi* mode fur the offending •well Before ha oeuid disarm her she had -enmity whaled him, to th* Int*,** dell*bs at the spectators.  Aa ladlaaa Jail Delivery.  Vixcag*m, lad., Ort ta.-All th* priapuses la Jail here have decamped through th* dry-air cloam. Among th ow whe ob-talked freedom warn three who were awaiting trial for onrumittiag theft* In and about Wheatland. Th* aam* night some burglars bruke bito |th* confectionery store and bulbar shop of Jo* Hoetl in Wheatland. Monday moraine ;tb# born and all it* content* of Mrs Frat.ow McKinley, near Wheatland, were burned; bes, 18,000 Th# people there are terr! fled afd afraid of their Hew slaw th* tm cap# of those prisoner*.  Veld by aa Indian* Farmer.  I ADI a A Po Lls, Ind., Ort 23. —By I-w tar Johnson, a farmer living near this city. em attracted by the humming cf bl* hee* while la Ma garden Monday morulug, and upon Invwilgatlea found many of bb reap berry floe* in bloom, while others had half-grows hems* on them. Examining his strawberry beds be found several oinsters of berri**, solo* of Which were quite ripe,  Choice Brtndf of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Fall Styles.  'Jack. tb* Hair Catter.**  Dit Rorr, Ort. If! —•Jack, th* Hair Cutter” tackled bis eleventh victim Monday night. Miss Tulle Kuhn was stopped by (be fellow on Miami aveooa Ha  grasped ber byjhc balr and tried to cut  betiding  ber urn br*  Latent Novelties in  SCARFS, TIES, WOOL and DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR aud HATS.  Miw Kobo rigorously reals ted, ig her assailant over th* bend with   ’ umbrella until he let go and ran up  au alley without his usual spoil of hair. Thaf* WM blood cm Miw Kuhn's umbrella, and tt to thought she must have caratehcd the fallow Mverety with it  BUTTS BUdc lo Order al It roe oms Lie Priced.    Perfect Fit  Arid Krill Af At; Clou G Ult rrtui toed, a1  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  Artistic Tailors and FiirnlnherH.  Tb* Tramp She* Her.  UAAktrAirix. IMn. Ort SA —Tw* trumps •ailed at th* house of Richard Morgan and demanded food. When Mr* Morgan refused to aeon bi mods ie them on* of the Isl low* drew • revolver and shot ber, inflicting a painful but not dangerous Wound, i  He Laved the OIH.  Bafta Bassara, Cal, Ort <a-Ramon Lopes shot end killed Mary Deaiaall Monday and then tried to shoot himself. lie WM err wa ted Re loved the girl aud bad town rejected  •et A tide HU WHI.  (Xrii Mora. Iud, Ort 93-In the circuit court here Judge Keys rendered a decision setting aside the will of Mrs. Holton whit ii Involved th* title to AD aire* of real estate, worth 840.(DO. It was the in-ton lion of Mr* Bolton to place th* title to th* land in her two granddaughters, but the will WM so poorly worded It would not stand.  Will Try Ie Break the Will.  Bt. Loch, Ort SBL— A sensation was sprang in th* probate court when th* will of Frank O. Lloyd, a rich druggist, we* flied He bad lived amicably with his  family and left the in eooiforshly provided  hi* pro |  for, but bequeathvd th* bulk of _  -arty lo an old sweetheart, Mr* JenuL. Walker, Th* widow will fey |* break th* Brill  DR CROSVENOR S  teitc&P'Sic  PLASTERS.  Twelve Few ai Drowsed.  PH I la delphi a, Ort A—A private ca-Wagram from China, received Monday la this city- stated that Caph Fowpaa, hts child apd ten of hi* crew were dr word with bls ship, Mrs Ie C. Troop, which went ashore on ‘bs Loo Cho© island*, while bound from Philadelphia via rib to*hto Puget sound Th* captain’s wife, tho mate and th* balance af the crew were saved, and are safe at th* Loo Cb oo ialaada  TMK BIST POROUS PLASTCM Ii Tiff WORLD.   w ,iSSEr£rt" RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK, Ie.  —-- GRIMY    AMOK    dr    Kit HARP*, Acct** Mas*  Dashed Se Death.  ROCM un KA. N. Y., Ort XA - Amir w Aud re wa a workman employed os the •oast run Ion of in* I nudge Merom the Gen-cee# nth r at th* lower fails. Alii e venly feet Monday and na* (torte I to death.  Bal ti bi a re Coacting Mace*  BALT!MOAK, Ort tx - Th* dissatisfaction that has bean manifest bant aine* the Tailed Beatee enumerator* made their returns, culminated Monday la an order tor a recount by th* po rice of Ute city's population, it is not doubted that a careful recount will show a population of at least 470,Qua  I feet peer to Flgkt Filiates es cee.  NKW OHL* a na Oat. Af -Jack Oemp*ey AM signed ort ic irs of agreement to fight Bob Pitnsirqmans for a puma auld th* I middle-weight championship of th* world before the Olympic riub of this city about tbs int i ll* of Dumber. A ! telegram from D -iipsvy sty* th# articles , ar* on the way ny mali.  Ill Health end Financial tit mr ult la* Lead to the Deed —Sketch cf th* Mnl Ufa end Ut* Wark Ie Different Cit tee—He  Had s (’reman Ilion •( HI* Fete—The Mete et it* To Be Tekoa to Claeleeatl far let*re***A.  W aam \utox Cut. Ort Ai-A. B. Mullen, one of th* heel known architects of this city and for many years supervising architect of th* treMury department, shot himself Monday evening at hie reel-deuce. Ile bad been la poor health for a long time. suffering from rheumatic and other complaint*, hat H to thought Ananda trouble was th* chief eaurn of Mr. Mullan'* act, lls wm feeling poorly and hi* wife went dowo-atair* to get him some bmf tea. Bor hod hardly reached th* foot of the stairs »lieu she beard a pistol idiot and, malting bart, found her bus-I-and gasping for breath, wish the blood j oosing from a wound ta his bead. A dor-| tor wa* Immediately summoned, bat Mr. Mullelt died in a few minute* The coroner wm summoned, and, after an examination of the holy, gar* a verdict OI death from suicide due to melancholia.  . Th# d mains of Mr. Mullet will probably be taken to Cincinnati for Interment bevaral year* ago Mr. Mullet! remarked to a friend that his death would Biti-Blately mull from self destruction. He was told that he ought not to think of | i scil things  “I don t think of IL" WM the serious (•ply; ‘it comes w,th<»«tt my thinking. 1 * •balsk af Ilia Ilk.  Mr Mullet! wm boro rn England M years ■ga He came to lilt- country when a young man, I -.tin* lo Cincinnati He went to Wa-hie if on Ii IAU, aud wa* ap pointed to a clerkship In the oflke of th* supervising archit, ct of the treasury un tar Hwcretary Chase. After Secretory CbaM'c apl-liniment to the supreme bench he wa* promoted loth* head of the supervising architect's office by Secretary McCullough, nm mu. n ; in that position until President G un,second term,when he re* goad en amount of a db agreement with .secretory Bristow. Hi* *alr conner lion with go torn meat work afterward was a* superintendent of oooatruition of the Chicago govern taunt building.  Hts lull Against th# Units* State*. WLL* »u j »r vising archt teat of the treasury he droignod many of Ute largest end ut IHI I im per uuit public build,Bg* throughout the Urn Uh! guise Af'sr  Uaviug th* office of she so poi vising art i.iuot he Instil ated salt against tho United Male* tar eouipsoeaUon for the d«eige of stair war. and navy bttUdtogs thee In roar** of aonssrturtlaw Ibis sui) wm derided agata** kiss com* months ecu by th* court af alenu* This docisb.u weighed lieavUy on aim and brought •bout a stats ai depress oa and Us*pood suey. Doe of Ms. Mullet's greatest aru futons some years ago wm lo ba emu misadded to rebulid t,.* central perttnci of tits capitol with marble, in keeping with th* two wings, and to replace the present tree dont* with asia of rn sr bin  COAL  A IO  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL do-livered at live minutes notice In any of the  city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the  West.  HARD COAL  In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed.  BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Mann  310 Belle street.  TELEPHONE 84 AND QI  OMAHA  FOR BUENING COAL, CORK OR WOOD.  What Is to (tocsins of Hts WM**,  NKW Yuma, Oak XA-A sp*moi to Th* Atar from Washington ityi: A eomswhat painful problem prcMnts itself I* conner lion with the death at the late Associate Justice Miller as to what ic to broom* of hts widow There ta oa sea to support her. Kh# has iw# married daughters, en* widow, who ar*. I k* herself, wit beat adequate means of support it la etstod as a positive fart by th nos ta a po* Ilion know that the wife of rte greet Jnrist, Abraham Uneole’s friend will either have to keep a boarding hence or real ar sell her homsetoad to tokkaa Mrieg Jus tic* Miller left ae ether property of any amount exoept hi* hot*** ob Ma*.*, et sate avsnua  rensrol af a (tam** talk ct Is Tri art  PfwOKLtg, N Y., Ort rn-The fit seral of Rev. Joseph Fr sari site, pastor of Bt Peter's Roman Ob th Aile sh sr rh tort place To rod ay forenoon from that ekureh Th* edifice wm crowded to Im fullest capacity Among the song reg atmo were reproesut* live men ef every walk of Mf* sad every phase et religion. Bes ref ary of th* Navy Tracy, wk* was a parse**! friend at lh* deceased prioat, wm assoc* th* pall bear ®*w bo were fica. Janisa A T fftr*aah*n, ax Mayer firth Low, Mayer Staple and ochers. A solemn requiem mass Woo est* bra ted. and the ralugtem wm delivered by th* Rev. Martin Cs.roU.  Falls© I* Cep!ars lbs Prisoner*.  Kalakaeuo, Mlab,Ort 2t-rh*offi,wrs have failed to capture any of tbs six prisoners who escaped from th* county Jail Sunday night Dan O'Day, under Mutation Of two sad a half yea es from Ionia, wm the last man to escape, but in doiag rn ibm absst broke and he fail aud sprained his an kin Monday morning Ba gave hltnMlf up lo a crippled condition but refused ta inform on bis fellow-con riels. Large towards an offered for their capture. _____  Will Os to Jail ead Fay rn Floe.  NKW Ymut. Ort XA—Mayor Patrick Jerome Gleason, et Long Island City. who wm eon rioted et assault In the third  degree for pounding sad kicking Reporter R- Crew ley ta MUior's hotel a few  Georg*    _    ____________  wert* ago, wm Tuesday morning sen-truced bf Judge Cullen to five gays’ im prison merit In th* Long Island county Jail and ta pay a fin* of I Jo. MI  The Jersey Gloss Iii swots' Strlks.  Williamstown. N. J., Ort 21. —Indications of tbs break i eg of the great strike of the glass blowers of South Jersey are apparent, aud a,me of the rn ann for-liers ere confident that It will soon ha derided off. Fever*! of th* far tori*# are runntag aud others claim that their eld bands ara willing to return at the old twills of pay.  G**- Williamson Vary IIL  Kansas Cut. Mo.. Ort ti. Gen. James A Islander Williamson, of Washing! os C t), is lying vu,y 111 at the Midland hotel hare ll la acoouipsnied by bit daughivr. Pa nil us. A rupture ie the eau-# ai i.i* Ilia to ti a \V,|,i,iut on was on bt* way from Alb- qn» .que, X Ii, to W oohington when iaheu iii.  A. M. Wright - # Fen sr si.  CaiCAOOt Ort ti -Furler*! MrvtoM over th* remains of th* tat* A. M. Wright, ax-president of th* board of trad*, were bold at the family ray id en sa, 7bl Jackson boulevard. Turoday after n don. Th* Interment t -ok place at R ace-hill com et ary  TMK Oh'LY ITitPBCF—  Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovi Modo.  msaEftmaa^3B|  of t’ssrtas    Ll    j. ’    * ur    r >*-*u'I or natal, ai  Ira op#r4Uf,B ' *NNH>dV and l»un»l,illty, this au»^m>i abu  HAMILL, 4SL  FALL GOODS!  AMOTHKB UHT OF  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMERE^  DTT KBC BI VKL fog  FAI#D WEAR  ALAO A FINI UKK Off  Cloth for Overcoats  FOK FAU. AID WI KT KH,  BOECKMANN,  ifs NO secret:  Tl.at our HTIK'K Is the MOOT (X)MPLUTH mr Wa eau show you Something Now as often aa yon eall rig  CARPETSi  Tapestry,    Body Brugge I*,  Ingrain,    Art Squareg,  Rag or Hump.  UNT CURTAINSt  wa ^    •    ———    reeetow  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  rn RUGrSt  Fur Moquetto,    Smyrna A Oriental,  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Matt.  Ladle* like to nee th* Newest anil Finest In House DaauraMom. hasicfft way to ae® them ta to Call frtHjueuUy ah wa whe thai you wish to boy or not  Thrown free# a Wagon aa* Riling.  Bloom! koto s. Ilia, Ort ft-Jemro WMtorwortk we* Mouday throw* from * wagon at Ma—n City and killed. He wee aged to. His grand laughter, who was la the earring*, wm Mribesly Injured, bring al*o thrown out  HOWELL  ■DOAK IIM  tui. riNggg ii as ma.  Radiant Home.  THM KKbf HARD (UAL BAKI  Superior,  id mom noranf irovi mad* flu  ii lek" It AUK lh i al* run Alva I Bag*  ll. A. HOF FU ANN,  IQI and IOC E. SECOND CT   

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