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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ' VtM& TX-'  • •  ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALIGN, ILL.. IV EDNESpAY EVENING, HE I‘TEM HER 24.  I HSM).  NO 9*  Serif agonal Affair at White Plains, N. Y.  •Iud Ll t ’,# ii Turn IKM}, bit Im ber’* ruom. an I blew out lim bra>im v parricide it in jail.  The boy crspt into i« he ley asleep, «th a plato!. The  THE ANTICS OF EX-JUDGE ARCHER  Iii  The Ever I r\s~> POPULAR 1UC  Sheet Music.  (CHAS. J, REGEN HAUT, Hole Attent J  CHOICE SELECTIONS  ANO KOK nu I -1 oV TEACH lrSEr  ERS or MIK  PIANO AND ORGAN.  Lbopatirk Ha!ta, by .77 77 Fly Away Galop, by.  Gertrude Bream W a I ti, by. . Impatience (Ranlo Galop), by  In the Sunshine, by   ........  Jar* Em*t i March, by,....  Moment Musical, by..........  Playful Ronda,-by .....  Russian Grand March, by. .... Htar of Affection Maxurka.by . Shower of Rote* Galop, by. .  .....Walt*,    by.....  Wreath Waits, by  .....  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As soon ss he got inside he caught his wife by the arm, aud pulling a horsewhip from underneath his coat bogan besting her with it Jit the same , time he threatened to shoot her. Mrs. Archer’* calls for help brought several neigh hors to her assistance. lawyer | Thomas, a neighbor, tried to evict the I husband and was warned to step back. I Chief of Holler B ogart sewn arrived upon : the scene, by wbleb time SOO spectator* had assembled. He tried ‘to coax the en rage<i judge to come out, and only enc- I ceedod by threatening to break in the door.  Carriml rn Loaded Hovel ear.  He lea retied bim and found a loaded revoker, which he had purchased Munday and w hich had never been used He wa* lodged Iii jail. The ex-judge was acquitted Wednesday last of a charge of assault preferred by bis wif*. He is said to las insane, es st times bls conversation and action* are very irrational. la con vernation with a reporter he said that the cause of his domestic troubles was the in fat nation of bis wife fora rn u sic- teacher who until recently had been instructing hi* daughter. Archer also said his wife wa* insane At on a time be had lit I mw of hi* wife * runner (ti Wall street *p-ou Isling ond on the eventful HI ark Friday went down with the unfortunates. Chief Bogart says that Mrs. Archer railed at headquarter* Monday aud asked for protection, as she feared that bey husband would kill her Archer wae never known to carry a revolver before.  Two Rr«akl)H Snit lite*.  Brooklyn, Sept. 24 Chark* Krause, 19 3'ars of age, shot himself in the beati .Monday night at the rtMdeuce of hit mother, and diet! Tuesday morning. His retail v es said th ry con id not assign any cause for the act. An bur C Webb, who ••warded at l#i;t Browis .y, during a tern H*r«ry fit of insanity, MoQdty night threw himself in front of an elevated train on Broadway. Ha died from the effects of his injuries Tuesday morning  Two  Contested Election Cases Disposed Of.  A lively session of the house.  Hot.ImkI aud Murdered.  Colt*HTS Ohio. Sept. 94 -A special to Tile Dispatch from Logan. Ohio, says that four masked robbers entered the house of John Krimrn, an aggd farmer living Dear Gibsonville, Hocking oounfy, struck bim ami his aged wife with a blunt in a: I ti ment, rob I aal the house and escaped.  I Ii.- old rn in died from hit In june* No clew tis* been obtained that is liksly to lead to the Identity of the robbers  He Has Marderuwsty Brank.  Burrs lo, N Y., Sept M -Monday aft ernoon Frank Miller, a German plumber, living at SM Adams street, while insane from drink, shot his honsekeeper.a French woman, named Marie Kart*, four times, ••tabbed her twin.*, and then turning the revolver on himself sent a bullet ioto his head near the temple. Both are in a critical condition.  Kloped the Reclad Time.  SiBLET, Iowa. Sept. 24.- Frank Kllgen. a wealthy farmer of West Holman township, baa eloped with Mise Mabel Track, a pretty girl of lh. He leaves a wife and three children behind him. Kllgen eloped wtf.h another woman six years ago, but was taken flack by his wife All of the parties to the affair are prominent people.  A Feud End* la Murder.  BiioiixartAM. Ala, Kept. 94-Joseph Hackney, a well to do farmer, while visiting a neighbor at Tecumseh farness was attacked aud (Ired upon by two young men named Smith and Ferguson. After the shooting Hackney crawled to a ne gro’s bou*« near by and died. The trag ody was the outgrowth of an old feud.  Cataloon* FII KE on Application, or JHulled FREE to any AridrrMM.  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Pirn its. - Alton. Ill  My  REVOLVERS WERE DRAWN.  Blsgvaeaful Row Hrlw..« Frater Mea at a Uaivarsltjr.  Hamilton, Ohio, Sept. 34 —The fra termly men a. Miami university got into a row Saturday night In whic h pie.ole were drawn and a number of head*  Bled al Hts Injuries.  Chicago, Sept 94 -Michael Haggerty, who wa* so seriously wounded In a pistol duel with Jim Connerton last Saturday ti ght died’at id o'clock Tuesday morning. Connerton is improving the physicians say, sud will live un leas, as In the ease of Haggerty, blood poisoning sets In.  JEWS AND SOCIALISTS A Lively  New Yuck  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  tit  -AGENTS FOH THE--Lou ii Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS.  darter Oak Slows and llanos  Blick Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home nod White Sew lug Machines; $ii0 each. Agents for the  Celebrated Metter Farm Mn.  —FINE LINE OF-  Camaras. Bv and Sanaa tapas  broken. TW ani versify opened Tuesday, and Saturday night the Dolts Kapp* Epsilon fraternity hold a meeting to Ini. tlate the first candidate of the school year. According to Hie citatum of the chapter tbs candidate is carried shout the street hound in a    Tbs    row    oe  corned over an attempt of the Phi Delta Theta and Beta Theta mon to uke th-coffin away from Its bearers.  The Conin Was Used inter*.  Two or three hundred people gathered about tho spot, lh# men who pulled revolver* were overpowered and a vigorous anding sud punching followed. The Kappas *aved their man, gut bim into their ba l and completed the Initiation. Tbs coffin carried In this parade la the identic ii one in which United State* Ben au.r Brim was carried through the street* when be made a rn -miler, back bt lite N 1  s. At that time a raid was mail# and Brice was dumped in the street and pretty badly braised up.  Berths Best HOAD CART in the World for $10.  Harflware  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Al ion, IP,  Stabbed with a Lanwt.  LOU IS VILLX. Ky., Sept, 9*. -Silas Ors vees* subbed wish a lancet by Dr George W. Gresham at‘ New Albany and died from the effects Gresham had been la attendance upon Graven* daughter, 19 years old, and aa she waa not getting b*-tier Graves employed amit ber physician Tai* led to a quarrel and a fight The dotter wa* knocked down and was tmiug severely beaten, when he pulled a lancet from hi* pocket and .tabbed Graves ss vs va) tim -a in the breast sod slalomed. Graves wa* taken homo A day or two later his daughter died, and he was greatly affected and grew rapt-By worse His wife kl nearly erased Gresham la under arrest  K •** Stirred t> Ie City eng Brooklyn.  Xkw York, Sept 34 -The orthodox Jews of this shy and Brooklyn have been agitated over the threat made by a gang of Socialist* who Mil themselves The P-oaters of Freedom" and claim John Miatt as their leader, to ridicule the great Hebrew festival of the atonement. The purpose of the “Pioneers” waa to hire the Socialist headquarter*, the Brooklyn I,al»t>r Lyceum, and give to the Jews of both cities en "atonement" hall, st which the ceremonies end customs of the great fa*t would he car tool tired and Mort would deliver a speech, reviling the Creator aud urging all the Sodalist* to •Ie*troy Brooklyn and New York with dynamite  An I nj sn et I en Ornate*}.  Coroner Iwvy, Moeea May of Brooklyn, and a number of prominent Jewish (ti vine* or both cities took the matter in hand early last week sod made s formal pr * cst to the Brooklyn polio?against the ext) lint inn. fault year .Mast made a threat I . boid a feitniisr meeting la New York, but Coroner Levy pr*iv«uu».| ll Monday en injunction wee granted prohibiting the i* dicer* and mem tiers of the Socialistic labor party from permitting the meeting to be held in their had la Williamsburg Circulars bav# been distributed among the Kuaalaii Jews of this city, railing upon them to assist in the proceedings undet pain of severe bodily injury Many have la-tsnme so frightened a* to ha af laid to take part la the religions service* Titeeday in the various synagog aes.  »ely pupilar berinse thee muted.  Ara I  hr# strictly flrst-cla**, filly wai lad still only medium Ut price.  Are the beet la the world, aud have led] ■se.  Ires!,  Oar t either  _ prefer.'  Call tad see as, ar scad far Cat*-legate tad fall Inform xtten.  Very Sltek Messenger Hoes.  Bam Fra nciem, Sept 24.—Three mea sanger boys have been seat to the Industrial school for p*-*c ieiiiti a neat -chem# of petty aw lad dug. liny i. is ten practice of looking over the morning p >pera for the IIM of arrivals st the hotel*, an.) then sending there telegrams writtsn im blanks stolon from tho telegraph office, inclosed in sn envelope addressed to one <d the arrivals When the mes*ege was delivered the hotel rierk woald invariably pay the charges, which range.I from Ti to R5 cesta A prominent Chinese firm was swindled out of IU6 <* a telegram that "the Chinese must go."  Kell way Wreck Ie Idaho.  Nampa, Idaho, Sept. ii.—An accident occurred Monday night on the Oregon Hhort Lim- railroad, about three mi Im west of this place. Between Caldwell and Nampi a freight train broke in two and the freight train with the caboose ran down a grade et e rapid rate. The night east bound passenger train running at a high rate of speed crashed ioto the freight, reducing the caboose to splinter* and ditching the (might cars. Patrick tin. ie of Boise River, a passenger, wee instantly killed. Kaiser, the engineer, we* vc rd > injured sod the fireman IhmI ly m tided, The passenger engine was bad Iv damaged and the baggage car apii a lr rad. AU the passengers were badly .dinken up.  O’Farrell of Virginia lite Only Democrat PrMrsi It lim the Monte Met—The Hr*,.I iii ion I'nseai lag KiGntt Agra int lo VV lilt .el liivltltts—t beers and lf Ieee* Gum the Galleries - Th* female Bls « it**** lh* < him Lsbnr ysntlas.  VV a -hixotom ClTT, Sept. 34.—O’Ferret I of \ irg:ai« was the only Democrat in th# chan; bar when the house met Tuesday morning The clark immvdistely began to call the roll on the approval of Friday'* journa. The clark having cal lei the roll announced the pairs an I recapitulated tbs li*t of I hose voting, the speaker hesitated More bs announced the result, there I* lug but two lacking of a quorum O’Ft-rralt demand* I that the result should is announced, iu or ler to delay the annunceracni. Republican after He publican rose end requested to know how they wren recorded. Tke vote wee then announced, yeas IM. nay* I, no quorum, ami a call of th# house wa* ordered. Just a* the clerk began calling the roll, 8weary of Iowa, one of the Republican absentees, entered and wa* received by biecolleagiie* with applause. Shortly afterward • M udd of .M ti viand made bi* appearance and re«aiad a reception of mingled applot*.-sod biases  Tile Clark Note* a (/aurum.  One hundred and sixty-four members responded to the call, and without any announcement of the result further pm ceiling* were dispensed with aud the vote again recurred on approving Friday'* j .ii rn a1. While this roll call wae in progress, appease and hisses were given when Mtldken enters I the hell hor a time (‘beadle of (adieus, who is opposed to i*ag*ton’e claims, joined the absentee* and located on a lounge in the lobby, declining to enter the chamber Bat (he req teats end applications of hi* party associate* proved too et mag, and upon ibis vote he recorded bis name in the affirmative. The vote resulted—yea* KA nay* none—th# clerk noting a qua rum.  Langston Swore Ie.  The question then recurred upon the first of the majority resolutions to unseat Venable ll wa* agreed lo—yea* IM, nay*  I—(.'beadle- tbs clerk noting a quorum. Then «ame t he question on the seating of i.Aiig*tnh and ii was carried on edirtston, Olm all aud Che,wile alone vo’ing in the negative. Haugeti then escorted Lungs ton to the her of the house while tbs Re pa bl i tai ie and th* galleries broke into loud applause aud cheers, which were redoubled as the speaker admlutstered tbs oath Then came a chort!* from the Republican side "Call up another case." and in re spoil*# to th* churn* Howell of Illiuoi* (ailed up the Mouth Carolina case of Mil ler against Kllio t. O'Ferrall raised the question of eouaidrratioti ami on a viva voce rote the speaker alate I that the house had dr'ei mined to consider the sleetier) carn. O'Ferrall made the point that there waa no quorum passant Hi* apeaker declined to entertain the point, stating that th* last vote had show n a quorum and that aine* then several Democrat* had entered the halt.  Kilt*!! pHMaiH,  Tbs previous quest HH* waa ordered and despite a protest iroiu Kerr oi iowa, that cm* reason for its adoption should he given, the resolution unseating Elliott and vesting Miliar were agi**d to without division Then on motion of Henderson of Iowa th* boose went into committer of th* whole, burrows of Mchlgau in the chair, mi the ornate amend manta to the deficiency hill Met* rear y of Kentucky. who with a number of other Dem orrat* entered the chamber at this moment inquired what Mil wa* nuder coo aiders! iou    Henderson of Iowa in re  sponse wild that he did sot blame the I gentleman fur being a lilt ie bebled on general iegi*iatiou, and Cadwell of WD-cousin outcast lenity suggested that th* gentleman from Kentucky he sworn la aa a member of the house,  fee**** I* r nee sd I aga.  In the acuate Plumb's resolution to Investigate the charge* made in the (Demur Isl of th* Woman * Industrial league oou cerning the treatment of children In mills and factor c. wa* discussed at soma length, ami Hoar and Platt deoiad th# char wee lo the memorial to far aa they referred lo Massachusetts end Connecticut Then* ol ai .on we* referred to lh* com mitier on •• I oration sad labor. Th* sen at* then went Into executive session  COAL.  de  lhi) humous Giilrfcple Soft COAL livered.at live minute* notice in any quail tlty. Burna to a Clear Gray Aoli, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the West.  hard coal  In all  Pricer  Niz< a, Delivered at Lowest Market Quality I nsurpassel,  CU) NOW. BEFORE THE B;G ADVHCf.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TELKPIIONK 84- AND 21  STOP !  WHKElEir  -AT-  e. l. BOBcmunrs,  -ako aka mr-  LATEST FABRICS  •NO  —ll  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASHMERES,  Wki£t$ I will rn a Et* ii|i in the v*rv L4TftHT i un uv  M «i V ,  IU.-., employed I „,. f , £tj Would >» ( o.npctufon     mi,l »’    **»••    bul    WooOWosg.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  HARD AND SOP’P COA],  To our friend# would say we ar# if ow prepared lo psi pa r caW on a. dktiifartlon lo every cam guar an Lewd  na cee always on hand.  In f«rQM«g mal ag* Ruoond-hnmd hsr-  PITTS & HAMILL,  SIS BELLE BTHEKT;  ITS NO SECRET.  That our HTOOK ta trio MOST COMPLhTR ev«  Hi* can abow you Hotncthing New aa often aa yov nail Ire  to  ESTEY* CAMP,  Bastardly Flat UiseavsreA.  Lot'im VILLX, Ky., hep!. 34—At Frankfort Monday what appears to he a plot to blow up th* penitentiary was discovered. For ►otne days James lf. Cs rap be 11, who bas Just finished a two-years' term, baa been lurking about Frankfort, apparently In rommumeatiou with friends Holds the praiteati'try, A sachet ut C«midwife wa# examined, end It was found lo ooa-taln eighteen dynamtt* pat h age* a foot and a half each in length, together with •OO feet of fuse, lits believed Campbell wee planning to liberate some of hie fneeds during the excitement occasioned by th# explosion.  Vt Intl fall far a Foil** man.  Bf WTO*, Kept 34. Samuel Spooner, a po iceman, baa received a notice from a cousin ta 'Vela* that he, rn a (tired descendant of I ha HWinton Hpoouer family, ha* (allen heir to a street In London a*.rued (twinton street, the property being valued at f2,900,(k>0. Spooner will sail for Ko .(laud to investigate the matter.  233 State Street, Chicago.  iW-St. Louis* I louise, GIG & G18 Olive St.  Mealies glia Paper  VwvivftKi*•* ’**■ ***** sowialala, w.m Aff IT r k k a. iy. ----- -    aw.  y.vYFIT »«*Ka. ire  JjaOTWkXa, Use—rya**y <%»***». »*«  th* Mesa vat Hind at * I kist  DALLA*, Tex., Kept 94.-John John eon, alias F. M. Hinton, was caught early Moods) i norm rig in act af steailag from Chs Church of th* barred Heart. Ha bed about It,SUO worth of plunder, consisting of silver (saudis sticks, chalice, etc. Wit* a captured ha was making his exit through a window. Hs took into his oou I! den os a man named John Burke, and th* latter informed th* chief of police of th* custom pl* tad robbery. Hinton hails from Alexander, La. Tbs grand jar/ returned an indictment ag ai st him.  A He t*«* I Hum Agata** Ik* Fops.  feOKDOM, Kept. 94 -Tbs iiomau Catholic* of Limerick are very generally ref us sing to contribute to (Niter's peace, oe account of their hostility to D«hop O’Dwyer, through whine hand* th* money would pass, Tie tosh op I* unpopular because of his attack upon Billon and the plan el campaign.  ( tiarek awd Stat* at War.  UoMg. Sept. 94.—The BregllUn rpisco pace has pnbitsbed an energetic protect * gainst tbs reform* which the Republican gofvriiinsnt propoM-a, aimed at th* Ko man Catholic church, ti.ie result of this hostility, it i* de* l*r*d, will he th* sup prow.on of th* Brasilian legation al the Vatican  Vault Agral Ina at Falaisi, Mass, l'ALM it: it Maw, Ka pi ii - Firs was dis covered early la the morning la th* three •tory * (alden building occnpied by ll U Loomis im a furniture store Th* fire quickly communicated to th* grain store of U B Bo)hr *)k the Mock oci-uplsd by Ci«rk A Ma*ting*, agent* of th* Armour Chicago Beef company, A lama Ex pres* ooinpaiiv. Hr log ga. boot* and shoes and Tyler St Marse, in«tiraue* agent*. II. Q, Iyxxni* (ow-* f AUO/ on the block ami rf, OO" oil at oak. Holbrook 94,01)0 00 build ing C D. H'I brook, gram pi. on, Clark Sc Hast lag*, f.uuooa imtlding, aud ta non oil stock The athar ioase-i »w*U the tm tai to nearly 94*),0>t, on which there tv an insurance of over Cl do  OAPLPETSi  lapo'lry,    Body Brunsela,  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp  ZINT CURTAINS!  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portion  HNT RUOSi  rur Moqiiette,    Smyrna Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Ta Make a T**l (‘aaa.  Four Ik (OUK Iowa, esp*, ii -Th* Aret order to Pi force th- ritnmi**ioner*' jikut-rate tariff in I wa wav issued against th* Mawr* <hi* and Fort Dodge rued requu ing *rutn;d siree within sixty day* Tbs compaa) ref’ive* compliance aud will carry the > ase into the courts to make a first teat es-* of lh* constitutionality of the com in U«,otters' sui bority to make th* schedule*  Ladies likr* to nae the Newest and Finest in ifotMte DeouraHotki.  Kame iv* uay to aaa them la to Call frequenUy ai aor rrvn Nigh meat whether you wish lo buy or not.  A. J.  Joint Buras Believes la Xtrlkaa.  LOktKiX, Kept Ii —John Burns, add ceasing a Isrgs labor meeting at Batteries Buaday, declare I that out nt 2,00! st rf ha* during lH-d only th.rty had 'teen unsuccessful He regarded th* imt|t«k a* highly eoc'tnr(giiig for grwat improvement in tbs condition of * or king ten  ™ . _ x a ai’a* a a  I Usa* ensrsnuwg. Ssiarf mu ii  Murdered HI* Father.  BT Loma Bapt. 94—Th* Chronicla’x  IjttJi- Hark, Ark., sjpseial says:    Horao*  blere*aged IT, killed kis father Monday night at tis home, near Dardanelle. Th* f uller had whipped th* son for misoou  Nominated far C’oagrees.  Bl LWIN Sept, 94.—Th un*# G Prue* ►er, a veil known railroad contractor of tho city, *i« nom ti i it ad for congress by tho itepuhiiiaa • wove itiou in the Ninth district 'I use ley.  Bi* at arete sad Hts Froapeet*.  BKRLIY. Kept 94 la the course of a recent interview Prince Bismerk said, la re fc re ne* to tbs prospects of hit return to public life, tbst hts seat In lh# relchsteg would demand regular duties sud many discern'orts of life, hut in th* up|«-r bourn bs might appear when be cbuax. ll* had no intention of sleeping during lh* winter and licking hts paw* Uke a J hear.   HOWELL  FALL SUITS.  I AM WOW EF ADY TU Ft Bat Ina BUST MAM 19 ALTOM WITS A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  May Yet Cum* to America.  LiKlNiX, Bapt 34 -Mr. Paraell deairvs to wait until after th* trial of Dillon aud O’Br.en to ae* whether it will at Hi be possible for them to go to America, he bering the delay will not aff vc to* object of their rn iv-k>n. Ha ic-aith will not per ut it him to make a portion el visit to America  MADI FP'IM Chil ilg ag UC (TK I) It ► PM I ALL Y FUMhM  F AIjL WEAR.  TDK MOST MT) USU *J V V NXM,  Perfect  CU , IM  'Wittk  -o- AND HK  F"it,  At  H.  Fi^ureH that  0. Or.  will Please AU.  Moritz,  rn  -   

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