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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                AL The Fver POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS CAREFULLY AnitANQKI BEGINNEP AND VOll TIIK UHB OF TEACH EES OF THE PIANO AND Chopstlck Fly Away by WuUls Gertrude Dream by Beethoven Impatience Banjo Streabbog In the by Jack Frosts by Moment by Playful Rondarby Russian Grand by Star or Affection riartmann Show er of Hoses by Streabbog by Wreath by THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE onApplica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa Ill A Sensational Affair at White THE ANTICS OF EXJUDGE He Way Into IIU old Home mid wife with mill In Shoot griinnrnl Uuirerilty Men Swlnilllins Opamtloni of Sun FrnnoUou NEW YoiiK excitement was occasioned at White Plains by the announcement that exJudge whose domestic troubles have been many of Imd horsewhipped his wife and threatened to shoot who in separated from his wife and three chil paid u visit at 7 oclock to his old 1wme on Lake and only secured admission to the house by climbing in the As soon as he got inside he caught Ills wife by the and pulling a horsewhip from underneath his began beating her with At the same time lie threatened to shoot ArcherReal I s for help brought several neighbors to her Lawyer a tried to evict the husband and was warned to stop back Chief of Police Bogart soon arrived upon the by whichtlrae 800 spectators had He tried to coax the eu ruged judge to come and only suc ceeded by threatening to break In the Carried a Loaded He searched him and found a loaded re which he had purchased Monday and which had never been He was lodged In The exjudge was ac quitted Wednesday last of a charge of assault preferred by his He Is said to be as at times his conversation and actions iirj very In con versation with a reporter he said that the cause of his domestic troubles was the infatuation of his wife for a musicteacher who recently had been Instructing bis Arclier also said his wife was At one time he had of his wifes money fn Wall street npsou laling and on the eventful Black Friday went down with the unfortunates Chief Bogartsays I hat Archer called at headquarters Monday and asked for pro as she feared that her husband would kill Archer was never known to carry a revolver duel in t in The boy Into iiig us he lay asleep blew out his bruins with a The la in Two Ilrookljn 19 years of shot himself in the head Monday night at tho residence of his and died Tuesday His relatives said I hay could not assign any cause tor the Arthur C who boarded nt 120 during a torn fit of MoiTday nlglit threw himself In front of an elevated train on He died from the olruote of his injuries Tuesday Jlobbed nud special to The Dispatch from says that four masked robbers entered tho house of John an aged farmer living near Hocking struck him and his wife with a blunt in robbed the house and 1 lie old man died from bis No clow has been obtained that is likely to lead to the identity of the He Was Murderously aft ernoon Frank a German living at 850 Adams while Insane from shot his French named Marie four stabbed her and then turning the revolver on himself sent a bullet Into hia liead near tho Both ore in a crit ical Eloped the Second a wealthy farmer of West Holman town has eloped with Miss Mabel pretty girl of He leaves wife and urea children behind Ellgen eloped another woman six years but was taken back by his All of the parlies lo the affair are prominent A Fond ISiuls In a welltodo while visit ing a neighbor at Tecumseh furnace was atiacked anil fired upon by two young men named Smith and After the shooting Hackney crawled to a ne gros house near by and The trag edy was the outgrowth of an old Two Contested Election Cases Disposed A LIVELY SESSION OF THE OForrnll Of Virginia the Only Democrat Prencnt When the Home IlRKoltlUon Undenting Klllott Agreed to Without tioiii the jcunte ihe Child Lnbor of Virginia was the only Democrat lu the chamber when the house met Tuesday The clerk Immediately began to call the roll on tho approval of Fridays The clerk having called the roll Announced the pairs and recap tualted the 1U of those the speaker hesitated before he announced the there bcing but two lacking of a OFerrull demandeJ that the result should bo lu to delay the Republican after Re publican rose and requested to know how they were The vote was then yeas nays no and a call of the house was Just REVOLVERS WERE Fraternity Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Stores and Raop Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the Fan LINE Best KOAD CART the World for Disgraceful Kour Between Men at a fra ternity men Miami university got into a row Saturday night in which pistols were drawn and a number of heads Hie university opened and Saturday night the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraleruity held a meeting to ini tiate tho first candidate of the school According to the custom of tlie chapter the candidate is carried about the street bound ina The row oc curred over an attempt of lie Phi Delta 1 heta and Beta Theta men to take the coffin away from Its The Coffin Used Two or three hundred people gathered about the The men who pulled re volvers were overpowered and a vigorous poundlnK and punching The Kuppas saved their got him Into their hal and completed the initiation The coffin carried In this parade Is the identical one in which United States Sen ator Brice was carried through tho streets when he was made a back In the At that time a raid ivas made and Brice was dumped in the street and pretty badly bruised Stabbed with a Graves was stabbed lancet by George Gresham at New Albany and diet from the Gresham had been In attendance upon Graven 1 rears and as she was not gettlnt JiIter Graves employed another fills led to a quarrel and a The doctor was knocked down and was beiug loverely when he pulled a lancet rom bin pocket and stabbed Graves everal times In the breast and Jravcs was taken A day or two ater his daughter and he was really affected and grow rapidly His wife is nearly Qresham Is under H1J01 Hardware and Farm Alton popular because are ilriotlf fully till only medium iu the belt In the and hare led all etbori for Over la The people are bound to luivo the Mitt and will hare uonn but the Oar prices are the lowest mid terms either time payment or us oiu mneri or full 233 State Ixjuis 91G 918 OHve Mentluo thU Very Slink SAN mos enger boya have been to ihe Indus rial Hchotil for a nuat f potty Tlmy practice f looking over the morning papers for 10 Hat of nrrivuls at thu uiul then indfng there written on blanks atoleu from tho telegraph inclosurl In an envelope addressoil to one of the When the uiosnga waa delivorud the hotel clerk would invariably pay the which ranged from 78 to 85 A prominent Chinese firm wan swindled out of on u telegram that the Chinese mnat DugtHiilly Jlot Frank fort Monday what uppearn to be A plot to blow tip the penitentiary waa For Home dayw James who hiui just lliilshid a twoyuarn has about upparumly In communication with frlumU the pen 11 en 11 ii A Baohel ol Cnniplxtllit was and it was found to con tain eighteen dynamite u foot und u half each in together with BOO feet of It IB believed Campbell wan pluunlng to liberate some of Ida friends during the excitement occasioned jy the The Moaiiuit Kind of Johu Jolm ttlloa was cuught early tfondtty looming In Hot of stealing from lie Cljiiroh of the Suorsd lie had about worth of consisting f ullver oandlo Wnuu aptured be was making his exit through a He took into bit confluence a nan named John and the latter uformed the chief of police of the cou mplHted Hlntou Imllt from The grand jury returned a Indictment ugalut Mmdertd Chronicles says Horuoe uged killed father Monday night ut Us near The ilier bad wblpped fonuUoou Died of His Michael who was so seriously wotimled In a pistol duel with Jim Connerton lust Saturday night 10 oclock Tuesday Connertoa is the physicians and will live as in the case of blood poisoning sets JEWS AND A Lively BIIW Stirred Up In New York City and NEW Sept The orthodox Jews of tills city and Brooklyn have been agitated over the threat made by a gang of Socialists who call themselves The Pioneers of Freedom and claim John Most as tboir to ridicule the great Hebrew festival of the The purpose of the Pioneers was to hire the Socialist the Brooklyn httbor and give to the Jews of both cities an atonement at which the ceremonies and customs of the great fast would bo caricatured and Most would deliver u reviling the Creator and urging all the Socialists to destroy Brooklyn and New York with An Injunction Coroner Moses May of Brooklyn and u number of prominent Jewish d vines of both cities took the matter 1 hand early List week awl made a forma protest to the Brooklyn th Last year Most made a threa to hold a similar meeting In New York but Coroner Lovy prevented Monda an injunction was granted prohibiting thl o Ulcers and members of the Socialistl labor party from permitting the meellui to be held in their had in Wllliauisburg Circulars have been distributed amonj the Russian Jews of this calling upoi them to assist the proceedings under pain of severe bodily Many have become so frightened as to be afraid to take part in the religious services Tuesday in the various Hallway Wreck In accident occurred Monday night on the Oregon Short Line about three miles west of this Between Culdwell and Nam pa a freight train broke In two nnd the freight train with thocabooseran down u grade ut a rapid The night enstbound passenger train running at a high rate of speed crushed into the reducing the caboose to splinters and ditching the freight Patrick Boyle of Boise a was instantly tho was severely injured and the fireman badly The passenger engine was LiinlIy damaged and tho baggage oa All the passengers wer badly shaken Windfall for u Spooner a has received u notice from cousin In Wales that as a direct de scendant of the Swiutou Spoouor family has fallen heir to a street in Londoi named Swlnton the property belui valued at Spooner will sail fo England to investigate tho A Uelielllou Atfiihut the The Human Catho lies of Limerick uro very generally refus slug to contribute to Peters on ao count of their hostility to BUhop Uirouub whutu hands the moinjy would The bishop Is unpopular because ol his attack upon Dillon and the plan ol luiroli and Mtnte ut Brazilian episco pacy has published energetic protest against the reforms which the Republican government aimed at tho Hu man Catholic One result of this It Is will be the sup presslon of the Brazilian legation ut the Jiilm Iliinm llelleveii In address Ing a large labor meeting ut Batteries declined that out of during 1KM4 only thirty had been Ho ivyurilo I Ihu outlook us high ly encouraging for great improvement in the condition of NmiilimlKd fur Thomas Pros a well known niilronil ouiiiruelor of UMH nominated for congress by the Republican lonvoutloii in ihu Ninth dUtriul I as the clerk began calling the Sweney one of the Republican entered and was received by hiscolleague with Shortly afterwards Mudd of made his appearance anc rccei vud a reception of mingled applause and Tim Clark n One hundred and sixtyfour members responded to the and without any announcement of the result further pro ceed Ingg were dispensed with and the vote ngain recurred on approving Fri days While this roll call was in app ause and hisses were given when Miliikeu en tore 1 the For a time Cheadle of who 1s op posed to Liiugstons joined the ab sentees and located on a lounge In the declining to enter tho Hun the requests and applications of his party associates proved too and upon this vote he recorded his name In the The vote nays clerk noting a quo Kingston Sworn The question then recurred upon the first of the majority resolutions to unseat It won agreed nays clerk noting a Then came tho question on the seating of LangKton and it was carried on a O1 Fenall and Cheadle alone voting In the Huugeu then escorted Langs ton to the bar of the house while the Re publicans and the galleries broke into loud applause and which wore redoubled as the speaker administered the Then came a from the Republican side Call up another and in re spouse to the chorus Rowell of Illinois called up the South Carolina case of Mil ler against OFerrall raised the question of consideration and on a viva voce vote theapeakor stated that the house had determined to consider the election OFerrull mode tha point that there was no quorum Tho speaker de clined to euterMlin the stating that the lost vote had shown a quorum und that since then several Democrats hud entered tho KIIIoll The previous question was ordered and despite a protest from Korr that some reason for its adoption should bo the renolution nnneatiug Elliott nnd seating Miller were agreed to without Then on motion of Henderson of Iowa the house went into committee of tho Burrows of Michigan in tho on the senate amendments to the deficiency bill McGreary of Ken who with a number of other Dem ocrats entered the chamber at this mo ment inquired what bill was under con sideration Henderson of Iowa in re sponse said that he did not blame tho gentleman for bein0 n little behind on general and Caswell of WU cousin sarcastically suggested that the gentleman from Kentucky be sworn In as 11 member of the Pollute In the senate Plumbs resolution to in vestigate the charges made In the memor ial of tho Womans Industrial league con cerning the treatment of children In mills and factories was discussed at some and Hoar and Platt denied the charges In the memorial so far as they re ferred lo Massachusetts and The resolution was referred to the com mit tee on education and The son ate then went into executive Confliigratlim at was dis covered early iu the morning In the three tory wooden building occupied by Loomls us a furniture Tho flre qnlukly communicated to the grain store of the block occupied by Clark agents of the Armour Chicago Beef Adams Express com boots and and Tyler Insurance on the block ami on Monk on build Ing C Chirk 000 on and on The other losses swell the to tal to nearly on which there Is an insurance of TII Miikc a Text Fiittr flrst order to Infnm thu commissioners joint rate turilV in Iowa was issued ugitlust the MMOOII nnd Dodge roaii requlr a luimplluncn within sixty The company refuses compliance and will curry the citxe Into the courts to make a first test case of constitutionality of tho eornmUsiouors authority to make the Illiuinrok and I ho course of a recent interview Prince lilsmauk iu refervncu to the pronpucls of lili return to inbllc that his soat In the relchstug roull demand regular dutlea and many ilscomftirtu of but In tho upper 10 u no he might appear when he le had no Intention of sleeping during ho winter and licking his paws like u The Famous Gilltsple Soft COAL de at five minutes notice In Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal lu the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Mann 310 Belle 84 AOV L IBB MY FABRICS AND WAR SOKT To our friends would say we are rfow prepared to put ta lertMWM and r old on in every cnse fmrnfl hiMMl F naces always on owau MM PITTS HA 315 BELLE l l That our STOCK is the MOST OOMPLBTB or we can show you Something New as often as you call II Rag or Body Art Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladles like to see the Newest nnd Finest in Home Tha Oau HOWELL FALL I AM VOW KKADY TO FUKMHII KVKUY UAH IV AWOM Wilfl A SUPERIOR SUIT OF Hay Yi I Cuiiiu lu Purnell desires wait until after the trial of Dillon and 3Brlon to seu whether it will still be for t lie m to go to be lieving tho delay will not uffuoi Ihu object of their IIin lioalih will not per mit him lo make a visit lo UADU FKOM OUTII8 BKLKWMU KSlKUIALLT IN 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