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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY VOLUME MONDAY NOVEMBJEK 128 BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY Result of the Amours Pennsylvania of a Put up in large white 10 sheets our best with lOjenvelopes to Only Also of 100 per En One quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes Only 25c pat1 JJ6T These and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades ORE IRISH BON ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per Give these Goods trial and you will find that they are considerable less in prie3 thai you hava been consistent with 101 and 103 Third IF YOU N 13 ED A BOTTLE OP Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO MARSHS DRUG STORE FRANK HIS REAL WIFE RUNS HIM tb After tiuffitlni fur tforgtVoneiM nml from Islnif to Muke n Proper Explanation Ho IlctlrrB lo u Idiom and Nunlly lltotvi Top nl HIM HOBU Off with a Cavalry Hlii Wife Cunflnned Her pistol shot at a oclock in the morning attracted Henry Irwina and her two daugh ter to the room of They forced the door and found him dead in a pool of with a large pistol of the cavalry pattern iu The top of his head was almost blown and there was every Indication of a most deliberate Irwins located here about ten ream and was regarded aa cnterpris nblo and He orected a number of lulldlngs and secured a con trolling interest in Halplns lumber tho business of which he In his domestic life he was considered rery A change occurred about our years and us usual there is a woman in the She is of to all appearances a lady of cul ture and weal and she herself a hiinc in a cottage In an adjoining Tliera WHS some nlystury about and to this was added the scandal of an intimacy between her and Irwius that resulted in his neglect of his family aud Followed by Frequent absences from homo on the part the sometimes fora week at a finally aroused suspicion in the mind of After preparations for a weeks absence ho homa Thurs day but was shadowed by his wife and followed to the cottage of tho woman referred She secured admlltaucn to the cleverly and pre tending to bs in search of a cottage for sale or to During tho conversation between the two women Irwins eniorud the piirlor wheio they but did not recogniz his As lie entered the woman occupying tho cottage said hiiHbaml perhaps be able to direct but thU house rent nor Irwins was unable to con trol herself any but rising to her threw off and exclaimed Your malam Hpgged for Quickly drawing from the folds of her drtss a small cowhide she used it with a vengeance on tho The assailed woman fled for The confounded liiisbaiid kuelt aild implored his wife to sive him from by re turning home atone1 promiilng to fol low her and explain everything to her She went home and in the evening he appeared before his fam His two Graco and respectively 15 and 1 loft the room where their mother was as lie irwins told his wifo he was not wtll to the matter hut would do so in the Then he went and the sqquel baa already been Tiinmti of Irwins a touching letter wherein ho his and justified his wife in thu couse she had He snid thatliu had allowed himself to fall iimler the domination of the womana tho who had usad her power over He had rented and maintained the uottage for and had visited her at the time of the denouement of his evil ro mance to pay her taw bat she had da with throats of expooure it it were not Tho letter also hinted that the suicide was financially II is stated that Irwins was not in debt beyond heavy mortgages on all liltt prop orty excepting his family Irwina was fi4 years Worlds of tho Womans Worlds Temperance which is ilestinud to bo the tryst lug place of the temperance advocates ol tho and which wlion complete Will next to thu one ol TIIK BtJILDIKO WnEK the larppst and mojt imposing structures in the was formally laid Saturday ivltli e aborate and appropriate curofup This remarkable enterprise is the offspring of the Womans Tempcranen Building composed nf a larue aiimber of ladies belonjlng to the C mill In sympathy with Mies lurd and tnr THE POPULATION BY A Table That Shows You Uow Many There WASHINGTON 3 drat report on the national population was com pleted Superintendent Porter pivsents theroin the following titVih show inn tlie population of each and ter rtory aild iho increase sinet1880 It will by observed that tha census superintends ent lins Kfoupe I thu Ktaes divis each of which he presents par ticular conditions of For in tho north Atlantic inanufKC uivslike the lei in the orn division minint anil griiKtij uro ihi principal i mi list while In south At Untie and southern central groups it is Seventy Five of Her Ore w and Passengers EIGHTEEN PERSONS WEHE No KliowteilgA at Itvurkit uftlin Lum of Jfi mi lliu OoitlLailell Mini Into lie Aliiiont Itulim the City of Two Clilldnn lliiruiil to J NKW 3 News has boon re eel veil at thu offloj of the agents of the Spanlali Colinllos person on the Httanivr Vixcaya wiio wcru drowned is S itunliiy iiiorniiiy ilu mar itiiuj exchange n from Lw that fix more of the sallow arrived linking a total of Just how nitny went the coal schooner cau not yet be Whut As to the cause of the call in on and who is 10 sai 1 lay iiiurnintc ean not lie determined until a thorough him been naie From all I Imvj heard it seems Itutjthe bohoonor wus to but I do lot assert I wish to hat the report In I lie morning papers sliinltiii when tho col islon occtirrcd is diil appear until 11 fun r ho s fter cjllido night was not buo it was very thu ciml nf night innst favorable to those ac Ceballos denied Hut lie Idjii tho purvlyors to talk to bitsill ih IIIPH were to ex it i eel thiu he advised them to go tin boiinl t 10 Citidao Coiidul and iost them A RAGING The FaimniH GllltFple Soft GOAL de livered at live minutes notice in any oi the Bui us io a Clear Gniy no Clink era or Best Soft Coal iti the i HARD COAL V Iii all Dolivertd at Lowest Market Quality BOY BEFORE THE BIG i at KOHTHhllN In I 0 28 m Iu M mi I Ill IW 4i 4 Xe Kuiira B KOHTIl 87ss il B 2 15 I Colii i J 1 Dul int i Mil BOUTHEIIN GKNTHAL Texas W i SOUTH ATLANTIC ULVISI N ui o Illl Uu 45 12MOI 03 1 0 84 ill BETAIL DEALER IN AGENT FOB BOTTLED Goodfl to any part of the city free of Southeast cor ner of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on BRUEGGEMAN Tailors and Gents FALL AND WINTER Made to Orflor Prices JXHVKJl liouno In the PeWeot Giuuimtccd tliiin any Tailoring Oood und Jail und Examine Our Stock Before Buying To Preserve the Petersburg Uattlefleld and Li mil meiit company is the name of a j stock company to bo oiKinizMi wltli a cap iliil vt not less The objects ot i he ciinpany are the preservation of the liattleliulds near laying iiff of building lots for suburban rtisl At the Crater it U proposud to isnbliah a home for maimed and disabled Federal aud Confederate The company baa on acres of land in Prince George on which are a number of Federal and Confederate forts which aro still in good iMir Hill IlotuU for y Governor illll Friday mailed a letter to No ble asking that a new census of New York city be Iu It he notoi the lilTercnco lietwjun o uisiis ant the municipal and nays us al the estimates are bated upon all fair standnrils of comparison and confirm the general accuracy of the tho tlon of a reoouut ceaipH to bo local In its nature and involvoi sorlously Iherghlu of tho niiil perhaps in futuio the poliliciil c mlrol cf the The Vliiftnla Ioanut 8 of the Virginia peanut crop has been gathered lo fmiilbli tho eitlmale that will be dug thin This limate Is so enormous that there has been almost a panic in the peanut in whioli peanut distributer In tho the nuts solil as low an 8 cents a It U rumurod thut a trust composed of the vlnanlng In the principal cities him boen formed and have tiilcun charge of tlie inurket Mi Uttt Deere 8ivMO lllo i Cause a of i At 11 oclock night the city of ten u lies above was reported to bu b The fire in a livery I and soon It appeared that the entile buvinoss portion of the ciy was in dan ger pf being swept Ths Hrj was finally brought under control at 4 oclock Saturday The loss will not fall xhort of on which thero Is only a partial The Peorla fire company un and a hose cart arrived at 1 oclock and did noble work in keeping tho fire Irom spreading and In eventually xupprcHslug It city is desolate aud will need the help of sister K lied uii H CroMhiK shocking ao cid iccurred at aViossjug on the Co lumbtiH illvUion of the Pan hiindfo I 13 Ohio railroads thN ntcotl apd Mra Aoilie ugod as to t lie track in a A Panhandle pas train was wjvural hours and as the ladles no train Kturc ed to Just ILH the buggy f iiirly on tho rank tho engine ytr uck 1 1 hurling tlie ocoup nits yard and kill lug them B we ro horribly mangled and mutilated Mead was a bride of throe months and resided at 310 Belle A i THE FOB BURNING COKK OK Combined Ir HAS Coal lild the otnto board at arbltration oiiniu hare but thi proposed looking to a settle ment of the Htrlku of the morocco work cm was no owing to the pirHlstunuy nltli whiuh master work limn of tin1 Knighti of liisltitud iioii in he conforunoi wan milnil i io i u ii jirirniB utif the m iiiuritcLiireri aiil uij U lirrnlilrnl lit iluiit lluyon arrived in town Thursday mul paid a vlilt to thu Juluu llipkini uuivtiniUy ait 1 ilii til hid visit wui to u It wi in I pivKi lent of thu u a i In U 0011 with thu und fpr Uis dlu of wlyrtM oiilMivii the A Alimloroui o Uurko was murderously assaulted at a pullctloal gathering at McDowell While WcCall was Mills hint some which McCall refused lo Mils soan aftor lefi I lie meotinu anil walked tothcstotv of While there he was attiitkeil nmn named ex Deputy United Marshal mul three rle was felled to tho and when down Patioti jumped on him with a knife and cut at ills making a glumly wound Just beluw the is iMilly hurt ami 1enrn eu torliilnud fur his CtfUKrvMmnn BlnnoiiN Child nmn Masons little who lias been ly ing tho point of death for twentyfour hotira wltli diphtheria is s III very Tlie physicians Bay that the little follow U milking a hurolc an an he u a and otherwise hearty there in one chance in a hundred that he may pull who arrived itre has passed two niinciH Mason arrived on Iho niion ruin from and both pamits are doing everything to Niive the little Tlu uuy Is 4 years old and very promising Tho rest of the MHUII children h ivo boon Hunt awny from the Iu Thulr 8 Mason Saturday morning shot and killed his two brothers In Charles and Malhiw while they were asleep In Masons hoiiHo two miles from After com mitting tlio deed M IMIII Id Into the woods armed with Ills Aloru shots wurtt a id It ii has killed others or hi No ciuso as fur 1 tXerpi in as MnDii and thu brotliots were appmeiitly on Mn on l lying frum the OIlluurH iroin horu aruHcourlng the woods for tho Misses Katie ami Jilti dHUghters of a prouiineul of tliU were overeonie by coal yiw at an early hour in the canned by a leak in the heating Iu their sleeping apart The young ladies were uncon scious wheu A younger whohlipt in thu same room and near a window the air was no heav ily invoke and discovered tsriiping gas and Tho prompt ness of aphyaician iivertud adoubie tragic A Ailau Kutlilod to At West Sparta a number of men were engaged in liulclirring hogs on a They were making a scald when Charles Tliomps loMlng his fell liuiid long into a caldron of boiliug waior When tiiken out ho presented fearful thefiosh droppinif from Ills Ho died afier nevornl hours of ter rible lie of Two Clillilrun llurnufl to special to The Journal fnuu IlitIake house at Starbuck wan biirtiol Kriilay Two children of tliu wore buriud tii Two others xveru no badly biirneti that they not expected lo Thu origin of tho lire IN Died of NKW Kdrtanl the llruiiinn who was hor ribly biirntd In HM attempt to saw ihe life of Wil iuiii U has illed of his QNLV and Wood Gookiug Stova Hack uril And for boauty simpiicjiy anil thlsKlotfaHl Itawn That our STOCK is tho MOST COMPLETE ever orouaht to We pan show you Something New aa often M you call ig Rag or Hump Body Art Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Cop Ladies like to sue tha No west and Fineat in House BasiaBt wuy to see them in to Call frequently at our establi whether you wish to buy or HOWELt Faiiidiu The Hun nays Mllletit flitu picture Tha which WHtiiold to the American Art elation or this city cm July hau lieou so il once Tho nogntliiMuris only jut iicen completed in 1iiriH by repii but it U IIIH who thu ptiruiiKHer us iliu UfLli carried nn AI h him Aulil till ili mo lor nst a year Tnv 11 h uiitiil i n i liirni ut a few nilii Irmi Xnv A Illl iti K tillnil SiIU IllllUCliiy Or Ml II W MIU if IT I liiin ri In thu viuinly n i i II I Is wldi tliu il Hj U Thin Irttiivlier It H U far this week J K a I miniiitor In t Ills who rtiiin a has linil a llv ly Sumiuy nioriilug he preach d S imlny aftornonn he had whtier mill In full liliin Hunilsy night knoukuil a man In thu liemi iu prtNeiiue Uwulay afternoon he liiitke ii ho ivy tiiicup uviir liU wifes Moiiilny n Lht ihoru wan a lively row In his Tuemliiy he a nn I Uidnesday he was biifore thu ru Nigrn In ITyeiirold daughter of whoau home in in TwlKg while alonu at her homo was assau led by a negro named Ortnn The yitiiji lady wan bru lally who had iiiiulu no Htutinpl A privilege WAK nllowuil h in ami that wa to the liinii of tlm true which he was to bu His bmy wimlvft Imiiglng fur It wui ttiou cm iliAtn and nmv j e In n The uunt fur NKW Cuimt oi Piirm mid Miiu homo gaiurilay on illrtrvla lust Ufuio living was iliu ihMoniii who wont on buaiil ine tii hid him bun vinajjo thaukii fur Iiiii i wliowii him In FALL GOODS ANUTJIHlt LOT OIT WORCESTER8 JIWT KOR AND ALSO A KINK UNE OF i Cloth for Overcoats KINK8V 1114 Radiant TIIK IIAUO BAHli if 1KUKIiUT tOiK 81OVK II 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