Alton Daily Telegraph, July 8, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

July 08, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois AT .TON HAHA TELEGRAPH. VOLU TUI? IVX.* ■* y«». ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 8. 18!K). TAIT MMI.,:” FEELING IN THE 80UTH. 11 IJH Law—A Its First Knock Out in the Up- per House of Congress. SENATORS REFUSE TO TAKE IT UP. for Infants and Children* “Cart artal*as well adapted to ehOdrre thai I Carton* rrrr-j C/ilks, CoerthWIon. (recom*aeadlt**Mperiortoaoy proscription I £?*>*    Uiarrbrm, Erwtauoa. rtmoM- BL A. Aarrim M D , I    ^    <U‘ iii Im Oxford BA, brooklyn, N. Y. | Without ugurtoo* msriireBnn Tim ('oscakt, 77 Murray Street. ft T Beady Mixed Paints I Oils — AGENTS FOR THE— St. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES sad* JAPANS. Charter Oak Storrs and llano s Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps New Home ami White Sewing Machines; $30 each. Agents for the Celebrated Metter Fan —FINE LINE OK— Carriages. Seethe Beat KO AD CART in lh<' WwW for ll0‘ I. K. JOH, Min Cl Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, JU, KE KNOCK ILL COMPETITION. C ira rid Bpoeial Bale iii Snits or Pantaloons Made to Order- PERFECT FIT MD SATISFACTION GOARANTEED AT BRIJEGGEMAN’S Artistic Tailoring and Gent’* Fumithing Good* Emporium, 221 lMasa street. Are Immensely are strictly ffret-elK"*. folly warranted, and still only medium la price. ft ISI MSS Are the best In the world, nndha? eled nil Others for jeer*. Over    in ase. The people are bound to hair the! J ft hest, and will ha* e none but I lie I»(•*».^    ¥ Oar prices are the lowi nt aud terms RI IS either time payment* or cash, na ecu- ^IWIU tamers prefer.    Mi, Call and see os, or send for Cntn-loffuv* and fall Information. ESTEY & CAMP, 233 State Street, Chicago. WSt. Louis House. OIO A 018 Olive St. Meal loo this Pip" An Anlmntnl Diwutilnn Over the Matter Hi t wi < ii I <1 vii.i i>1.. I’luniU, Frje amt Other ("rot tin. ut L,UUtorr— I »*nnhl -rat<•> . ... On *'hip,>.mf ttilD It.-, •inned rhe CiMilerrei» on Hie silver Hilt fliiallyr Beach mu Agreement. IV a sn inc Tow Cirr, July A—In th* senate Monday the confervae- report on the consular Mid diplomatic appmpri* tloo bill wiw i /reed to. Morrill moved that the twrifT biti be considered Ile mild that after the tariff bill was taken up, it eottid lie laid aside informally until the two shipping bills were diiqKreri of kl reply to au inquiry by Harris the presiding officer stated that the two shtpptug bills would <'Oine up as the unfinished business at 2 o'clock. Harris then aug gen ted to Morrill not to make hit motion until after J o'clock. Morrill said he preferred to make It at the present time. Frye said be bad given notice that be woald call up the river and harbor bill, hut he was not personaliy concerned about ita considerat ion at present. He would certainly, however, feel obliged to ask for ita consideration l»f<*re the tariff bill could be com plated. He would not now antagonise the tariff bill with the river aud I arbor bill, but if the tariff bill was "going to consume two or three weeks, he would not consent to yield that length of tim* What Edmond. Wanted. Edmunds—We will take the Judgment of the senate upon it. Dumb—It will not do to ask unanimous consent to take up the river and Ii ar bur hill during the pendency of the tariff biti, because, certainly, one member of the senate will object to that. Frye—I shall art ask sent. Plumb—Then th* senator would have to mqve to lay aside the tariff bill. Fry*—I would do sa Gorman—I understand that the shipping bills are in order at 2 o'clock. The presiding officer said that those Mils would Come up as “unfinished business” at *J o'clock without a motion. Gorman—Hoi understand that the senator from Vermont desires to take up the tariff bill, and have It considered only from 12:9b to 2 o’clockf Edmunds—That Is what be wants to da The clerk will evil the roll. Gorman rej»eated his question, Morrill—I have already stated that I will give way to the senator front Matu* for his shipping bill, but I desire to have the tariff >411 before the acuate aa the regular bu rf mow. I expect, of conn*#, to yield for the regular appropriation billa when they conte up. A Pew Words from Carline. Carlisle-I arn unable to see, for mr part, (with my limited acquaintant with the method, of proceeding in thin >«<rfy> that anything ta to be gained by taking up the tariff bill at lh!, time; certainly , not, lf It ft to be laid aatde front time to i time. I have understood that the senator from Main* desired to com pieta th* cob-i acieration af the shipping billa; aud that, after that he desired to take ap the river and bari** bilL I have alan understood that th* committee od appropriations, has, or anno will have, ready the sundry civil appropriation bill, and perhaps j other billa that (Wight to he considered : and (Mowed upon by the senate. I hope, therefore, that the senator from Vermont I «rlli Dot iu»irt od Kb motion; or, lf he docs, that the senate will not sustain it. So that, when the tariff Mil Is taken up for consideration, we may proceed with It la the regular way, until It la completed. An Op|K»rta*lty to apeak. Morrill- lf we are to bring the sealion to a cia** st An early period it la necessary that we take Dp the most Important bill that is before ’ta My purpose was merely that the tariff UU shall bs in order a ft or the dis|KM*Uion of the two shipping bills. so that senators who may desire to speak on the subject at large will have an oppor tunity to do so. Then we can go on aa usual and make amendments ae the Mil progresses. Harris -I do not know that anything can is- gained by taking up the tariff bill at 12 #j sud then baviug it laid said* with the fall of the gavel at J o'clock. Morrill—We will have gained the reading of th* Mil Edmond. I object to further debate. (ti I Ie Take Up the Hill. The vote waa taken on Morrill's motion, aud th ‘suit wa* yeas W, nay* SM—so quorum Ai: ti Then there was a call of tlie roll. ta which forty-nine senator* responded The vote was again taken, ami tig Senoia vatu**! th Uke up the tariff hill—*y• vs 20, nay* S®, a* follows: Yea#— Ald* Ii, Allison, Ha vis, LHiou, Dolph, Edmond*, Farwell, Faulkner, Frye, Hale, Hawley, Htoouek* Manderson. Morrill, Hah, Hugh, quay, Sawyer, Sherman, Stock bridge JU Nays — Allen, Bate, IP fry. < arils Ie, Cockrell, Gibson <»-<ruran, Ham Aob, Harris, Jones of Arkansas, Maw*. Payne, Plumb, Hanson, Ii* vgan. Squire, Stewart, Teller, Tnrpte, \ eat, Voorhees, Walthall - Si Senate Mil loeatablbn rn United Huts* land court and to provide f«»r the settlement of private land claims in the territories of New Meiioo, Wyoming. Arisona and I tab and n the states of Nevada, aud Colorado, wa* taken up and discussed antu 3 o'clock, when it was laid aaMft without action, and the enuald. rat nm of the two shipping Mila, (reported by Frye from the committee on commerce) was re-att me* I.    _ Aimasst aa the Wiver HUL Wa*# I koto* CfTT, July ft—Th* non fen re. on the stiver bill have reached an ag re*-meat, and it Is understood it i» ob the basb of the purchase of hSftW ounces of silver monthly. IHA »ke C’etlertleg Tkeosselvea, KotrrM Yakima, Wash , July ».-Th# •ast bound Northern Pacific freight train waa boar ted near hers Munday by two men. When th* condue tor e«h#d for their tickets they drew revolvers and compelled the conductor and brakeman l*» hand over H«m Th* robtwrs tbeu ) tut]# rf from th# train and **cnp*ff A po^se arent in pursuit when th* news roached lo re and soon captured the rafcbc.a,    ^ Hot lim the Klectlnn Boycott Threatened. C von’KATf, Ohio July ft—A prominent whe t- ale merchant of Cburlestoa, Ii C,, I wh mmh v not wish to Is* mimed, Is In the ! city, and talked freely Sunday on south-J em sentiment regarding th<* federal alae Hon bill. lie says the pc iple of the north have no Idea of the luteum* feeling that exists among all cia*-*** In the south over the prop -<•*I measure, There Is no disposition to talk about it or make threats, but the passaga of the bill will be the signs. for the creation of the extremest bit-. tern ess, a feeling that will undo all that , the ye irs of peace have accomplished, and that will Un I manifestation in action. A Drastic a .heme l’r<.pined. Find of all ever? northern product as faros | ss*-1 bl* will be boycotted. M#t-< t hants will Imp ort from Europe, anc toe peopD wilt lf eager L* buy, even at ad* VARI cd prices, so that northern merchants J and manufacturer* shall suffer. Following this will rome the most extensive aud effectual boycott on class labor the world lins ever known. Arrangements are already tinder way to secure abroad thousands of white laborers, and every negro employe in the eutim south will he ii ire charge >, and no southern man will, under air pretext, give one of 'hem employment, the obje* t being to drive them into the north and west. Will Kvqttlre an Army. The man declares his people are deter mined on this course. They are quite certain the bill will pass aud are preparing for It. Nearly all southern authorities declare the bill unconstitutional, and say that instead of 35,(HO extra government officer* to carry out the law, It will require KIO,(KW to properly execute It, unless it be a farce in the north, ami this Is what nearly all southerners believe It Is iutended to tie. TW He Stole 3132,000 from State of Maryland the AND GETS FIVE YEAR3 IN PRISON. A Light Penalty lur a Kerlttns Cl I me— Terrible Bittie wttk a Murderer ta Brian <*re » aunty, I*. V,—Horrible Marrier of n M tins Via** --Terrible Double Tr<-g <1 y st Knoll Ute, Tres. —Other Heed* ol a Criminal Nature. H ALTI work, July ft—PU Slate Treasurer Stevens--ti Archer Mon*lay morning came into t he criminal coart In this city, plead guilty to the fndhtment charging bim with emltt-uling statu funis, and was sentenced by Judge Stewart to five years in lh# penitentiary. The sudden and unexpected ending of this cd**brate I case caused considerable commotion In court circles. The trial of the case was aet for Tuesday, but Mr Archer decided not to stand trial but to plead guilty. Mr. Archer's counsel read a long statement which waa signed by Archer, in which he 'mggod the mercy of the eourt. He >ffsrs no ex-cure or palliation of hla conduct and realises the enormity of his crim**. No blam* for any part of It, he says. attaches to any OO** but himself. Mr. Archer, after the sentence, immediately left the toutt room and was driven to the penitentiary, Archer's defalcation was ll kl, OOO. A FEYEN BOOM BUIT BAE (Thick Walls) Large Cellar. with Water In Hourne In Depot, LOT 00x120. Splendid 'Neighborhood, Handy to at a Sacrifice. MUST BE SOLD. CURIOUS KIND OF MADNESS. Mad SERIOUS PRACTICAL JC>KE- A farm** Nearly Kilted by a ihoek (llvss ta Pan. AMttUKKN, 8. D., July ft—Lot Dennison, a farmer living fourteen mile* from i Westport, lie, in a critical condition at unanimous odd | ^ Howland house as th* result of an I electric shock turned on at the Sherman I house, this city, as he was about to drink > I a cup of water front the hot**! cooler. For J I over a year pant a battery strong enough j ' to give a severe electrical shock has been 1 ’ atta; lied to the water colder at tM* hotel, J I arni has afforded the proprietor, clerks j I arui traveling men infinite amnwment i ; Dennison steppe! upon the rim anti lifted tin chain cup to his lip* It Ktu eked Hire Over. The next moment he fell, overcome by the .hock, an I wa* restored to colation* nae* with d fileuliy. During the i Ig ti he I suffered from several sever* sinking .pall*, i a difficulty of the Iwart and debility mak J ing his recovery for a time doubtful. Great indignation is expressed, as the occurrence is but i»ne of a series of Jokes of this character pcri«-lrated upou the old and weak. Dennison declare* that in th* event of his recovery he will prosecute th* proprietor, and that the city authorities will order tim batterie* removed at once A Heroine In (Hr* Wast. lh arr**, Mare., July a,-—A representative of Th* Boston Herald in Maine reports thai the venerable mother of the daring and gallant Lieut William B. Cushing, who, in May; **W. with a crew of thirteen men, went up a river to Plymouth, N. ti., and blew up th* retail ram Albermarle, is now an object of charity, and has called upon a Masonic lodge in the city of Belfast for assistance. HU* owes for her board since November last Her name is now Sn-an P. C. Garrison, aud she is with ret att va* at Gustine. Me All her eleven chil dren tat- dead. During the war she serve*! four years ss nurse. She w as wounded two- whits caring for injured soldiers on the field. I’, ut ma ll sri Mer PItng, BAR Fuam I-***, July ft—Emma Page, a woman who cam*-bere about a year ago from I ’hi* ago and lived for a time arith Rev Charles Mud-on Smith, has created a sensation among the hotelkeepers with in tim birt few days, rib* fit st apposed at th# Palace, where sh# engaged fine room*, and within two days had her rooms Hooded with dresses, cloaks, Jewelry and k nick nocks, all marked “lad’.ect" They had bean se t to her by confiding dealer*, w hen they found aho was at th# I'a I are hotel. Tho proprietors bounced her, and she made a round (rf the other hotel* .Site lea good looking woman and of good address. VV III ire! Paints From th# Begats#*. Camp Dot oLAft WM, July ft- Bt* com pan ire of th# Third infantry, U. & A., from Fort S.veiling, Minn.,under command el Hoi Ll# in U Mason, are in camp herewith th# Third regiment Wisconsin nation.ii guard, commended by Col Moore, of 1st Cream. Th# regular* will re-main HU Aug. L and will afford oppor t un t la* for the mill ti amen to gain Instr.>'L *n In wimp routine a* well as res'tmuo.xsalvos, picket doty, construction of earthwork*, patrol duty aud other field movement* Nihilist* Com % lei sri. Pa HI*. July ft—'The trial of th* Nihilists resulted in the conviction erf Hr in riel ti, Na h ar It id se. Kstehiac Jeff. DvivsIm, Leonti and Or toe ski, each (rf whom wa* sen t«nc«d to three years’ Imprisonment and to jtay a fine of UUU frame Anna, th# wife of Kein*tfin, and a female (thy.kina named Fromberg were acquitted. When sentence was pronounced Orlowtski declared that he would Ii# happier In a French prison than In th# Brine* of liberia. Anne Kami g ti to Wast to Idee bat Enough Te He Murderee.. Du.iii, N. Y., July ft—In the hamlet of Barhourville, Delaware county. July ft Adelbert ('umniing, who hi undoubtedly, infiictiel around* upon Sylvanus Palniertou whkti resulled in hi* death in less than twenty-four hours. When the neighbors trio.I to arrest Cumming ho at* tacked them with a knife Three tor four time j he made the crowd f! *<* lM*fore him. The farmer* arm'*! th*,m*el co* with ohot* guiis and Cumming waa shot in the leg ami wounded in the head. Knew VV lips Ie “Climb Down.” He continued to slash rt -lit and left, but finally, the fn*-in»r« p toting ttwtr shot-gun* at hi* he td ami telliu i him they would kill him if he did not s irren lev, he throw down his knife Ile wa* bn.light to Jail here. Benday while Sheriff McArthur was giving him food he would in all probabilly have lawn strauglwl by th# madmsu liad It not Itwn for th# acutance render.*! by the pvi -on f*, who had been let out of tb**<r t**ll* lot * tho corr! dor*. Cumming Is about tit years trf ag*. BRUTALLY MUBD&RED A Horrible t'rtmr < M<n»ntt*e«l la Madawaska I ..only, Malae. BAtkoR, Me,, July 8.—News Usa Just reached bere of a murder which wa* com mitted at Bt. Iriwmarda, *n Madawaska connty, about five miles from tit* large town of Grand F.;tK A man named John Dearoaiers, aUjut So years old, wa* found dead on the read n. ir hts own houas at an early bour in the morning. HU beati wa* crush<-d aliuoat to a pulp, t*»c murderer having struck hi* victim with a large, sharp stone on th# cheek. I ii# cbwk hon# was crushed in and the eye pto-trnth*!. The murderer oast, with a large fiat stone, which s"ijlud altowl fifty pound*, crushed Iii the Iwc* part (rf the man’s head Bo fat no arres t have been made, but sue pit ion p.4m* to a p non • Uh whom th# dtcpssd ha I Ii id soma word* An Inquest wa* hohl k lore Coroner Akcrly, and a verdict of willful murder wa* rendered against some iwraoo unknot* n to the Jury. A VA UM aa lo«»l»rl»Us». ParkKHstt (Mi, W, Va, July ll.—In th# federal court an Indictment was returned against Mrs. Gertrude K isotdl, of Lawrence county, Ohio, for counterfeiting. Th* case is s note we 'by one For months • large number of counterfeit KXI gold niece* had bren put in circulation In Huntington. The counterfeit* were finally traced to Mrs Un *-11, who Is young, handsome and a mem lier of on* ai th* best fan M,«* at Ohio Sh# wae ar rested and th* evident* against her It said to be overwhelm lug. The makers of th* coins ara stilt unknown BUBgurrd tor Life AV Ilk Vitriol. New York. July I.—Ernest Miller, an i Doff .ti Ive looking young man, was badly bunted about the fare and neck and dis figured for lift early Sunday morning by a vitriol thrower. Young Miller is cb ployed aa a cLrk in a Grand 'treat ta* •tore ll* quit work atom! midnight, and While (Mitring a ll on Cc ou Killington street an unknown man threw iii# liquid over him without caus# Miller's left ear, part of his left cheek end part of the neck and •calp are badly burned Resisted th# Bert Ilion Hpl.N. Boston, July ft—I he convicts in th* Stat* prison at Uharlreton made a riotous demon-tration Sunday when th* Berth Ion tv stem of prison rer.wd#. re<«ntly adopted by th* stat# authorities, went into use When lite details of th* system were read to the prisoners they ret «p th# cry *'s*lek,’* which signifies resistance. Th* men aet* lo* k#d up In their tv Mw but ba-came an noisy tbs it a as found necessary to place IOU of them in solitary coo ti na Burnt. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Anti-Rusting Tinware. Th# circulation of slectiictty through th* water tends to purify It, to destroy microscopical, ant moi and vegetable life, to keep the water sweet and wroiesome, Every Article Bears a Label which give* to each purchaser an a solute guanin tee Hgalnst rust Tilts ware lone ago Cruised to ti# an experiment; eight years of severe test In all climates bas proven that it la positively aKTI BUSTI NU. Articles in use six years are apparently as good as new. For 8,tie by BUS & HUL SOLE AGENTS. ii A. J. HOWELL 1)RALEK IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. OIL Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-- Than in any other bouse in Alton- In consequence of th* GIS AT EXTENT of our KALES w« ara enabled to do Hu noes* on b VERY CLOSE MARGIN and It la a recognised fact that we bandie by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY GTU ER HOUSE IN THE Cir*. span suits. Will rani* aa a Great Seale. Attknh, Kan., July ft—-Th# firm of Howell Br***., (rf tbi* city. compoacd of Ii H Howell, of Chicago, and George W. Howell of At* blart*, have oontracted bur the ared wheat to plant 7,mw acre* in Kooks I ..linty, Kau aaa, in 'be famous Bolomou j Valley, tbk fall T»wy bars advertised i for 'rid teams to break the land. It will | cost gJftOri to pot In the croft ll# I r»r»<( M# Weald (in Mad. OhurMBTs, Kau . July I- hefawr ft j f, Harker, kl. pfiMijwi of tha public j m-b.wda, committed amel ie Satur lay by taking mot pit i u# IL ref lr. rf to kl. room, bat t c-l tin! dr-***#“I i .iiioft# carefull-, ami thru let th* fatal do*. From a diary and «*. *(> tax k UH by bim It app*we that Le a .ic a!raj I (rf In -n il > Hilled bf a Mr. Iran Vt nm aa. Bb \ ah Cirl, N. M, July ft- Edward Fountain,of Albert J. fountain, a lawyer and politician of tau ('ritcaa, *|i *)«>< and killed at    Abo-* by a Ma*l- e*D woman who keep. a lo# rd mg houaa, Young Fountain, who wa* ii years ai age, had some words with the woman when •br shot bim. The woman, whose Dame is Cand vie ria, say* thai .be did art Intend to kill Fountain, but shrt to warn bim. Bb* la under arrest. Hr Ho* a roagh Juh- DOKPo*. July ft-Th# magistrate silting j at tlw Thame* police court in Loodan he. before him a core requiring Mm to inspect . Mymratoly 11.000 pictures, which ar* ai J \s |«g#d I* Im, indeeent, with the object of it Joe ting all that ar* not .trirtiy cUasioai |»ro*»t.---l W ii# l»*ihtMg. Att ma « K.u» July » J<*>io Meyaaa. agtni 16, »rf .Springfield 111, who ha# been ding tho .ammer at th# rwtJeurn at rvvmpooii, in lh*, cit>, wa* drownad Bunday while lathing la Boger lab*. body will lot Mut home for burial. Th* M arder said Satetd*. KnoxVIU K, Teon., July h -Will Kent abut bb ntUlresa, Ll sal* Hatch*#, and then bltnreir. Both were dead what) Iou od, .bot through tha Iweaot Kent leavr» a * tdow sad three Bul# children penuthM. ll# WM a member of lh# fir* department of tlila city, IO year* old, sod of go.rf family. * brisky wa# th* caus* af kl* ruia. Mu. Frteud el Peeatt##. lg>i IHVIU.B, July ft- Mrs ft E Buchanan. who vt os a friend of George D Praa-tic# and ta Mi l to have a num'sr of unpublished poem, of hla composition, died in Jeffersonv iii# Sunday a.ghi Nit wa* tho wife of an KngLah army officer and la Brid to he related closely to some of tha great English famine*. I am now reaming a larga and vane I atock of Cl^tka, in all th* prevailing shades, for Spring -Suit*, whicU I arn prepared to make up in Ola Most Fashionable! Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Pertect Fit,    j Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction, H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. I •**.. t -tar.aiwd ipgMVrw Burrrr HHC I'M XKK •i aarr^^wasrsgf KH*, x.rwoys**- maw *»• l‘re«.b#«w ;