Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois
ALTON HALLY TELEGRAPH.
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HE HAS MORE GALL THAN BRAINS,
Aroonlliig to th* Reckoning of th*> Uentle-man lr* im A rh ant— Pay mw» #»f Illinois, Being In th*. « hair, Penult* Roger* to Goon In the Attack la Spit* af a I’ro-t*'** from Kerr of Iowa- I hr speaker's Defender.
Wasiihioton City, Aug A.—In the
bourn Monday Morgan of Miseimippi, ricing to a (ideation of privilege, ne ut to the clerk’s (teak and bad read an article iu a
•nntbem newspaper to the effect that in order to curry favor with the Fanners’ alliance he had had bis license aa a lawyer annulled, lie denounced the statement aa a falsehood and a campaign lie. The house then went into committee of the whole, Payson of Illinois in the chair, on the general deficiency appropriation bill. Rogers of Arkansan premised his remarks by an ex pre aion of gratitude that the pretence of Peyton hi the «balr was a guarantee that he would not be I taken off the floor. On two occasions the speaker had taken him off the floor. The speaker had conceived and taken It into n*R brain, for it had rome out of Ilia mouth (though It seemed to him that it was more gall thau brain) that he had a right to take a member off the fluor. Kerr of lows. thought that it was nfouit limo that mr ti i Im* rn n<!<) refuting tin* Hciim would resse to insult the presiding officer,
• cd he made the point of order that the remark* °f *he gentleman from Arkansas were out of order.
Criticised the Code af Rales.
The chairman, however, permitted the gentleman to proceed, and Kogere, continuing, attacked the speaker and his rulings. Ile then proceeded to criticise the code of rules under which the house is proceeding. It gave the speaker power to •Hill (foliate, gag the house, force the pa age of bills, avoid exposure,
, mistreat the minority and [ majority, Funston of Kansas suggested | that the speaker might be a good bulld<>ter ta the Mffith. Roger, thought that he might be a good bulldozer in some sections of the country but he did not think that ; k® would build.use long in Arkansan.
I Allen of Michigan (sotto vow); * 'They I kill such people down there ”
Rogers, continuing denounced what he I termed the tyranny of the speaker and the majority of the committee on rule*. The houw», he said, had degenerated into a staie of anarchy and chaos.
Degraded the Majority.
It sui suspected t hat the Bp'aker turned his back on full, fair, frank (tim usa Ion, tm ) opportunity for amendment, on parliamentary decorum, on official urbanity, on historic ami patriotic memories, In order that he might unlawfully perpetuate his party in power and draw to his aupair! for th* presidency tin- unscrupulous mas* of ignorant ami vulgar partisans who practiced the infamous aud corrupt maxim that the end justified the means He had degraded the majority with the full awtur-arice on the part of Republican mem liers that if this scheme should break down under tim judgment of a liberty loviug people, they would perish, like Samson, under the ruins, but if it succeeded, that be atone should reap all glory. Their want of patriotic courage was exceeded only by their suicidal stupidity. Ami among them ait had not been found a mail with Hie courage of a Jackson, the pa triotUtg of a Henry and the love of liberty ' that in. pi ted the fathers, who rouid say: “This Is our country, these are our litter Use, these are our countrymen and you are our .errant; and we will not tie the one trodden down nuder foot or the oat oat raged and wronged "
’’No," he concluded, "may I toll you' Speaker’ that they curie you aud despise you, and hate yon; and when you are •Mailed in private"ami in public, they are attent.”
I>«frad»4 the R|Msktr.
Henderson of Iowa replied to certain erin. isms made by Roger* upon the work of the session. The bouse had done good work, Much more good would hale been dime lf the majority had bad the patriotic ereoperattou of (he minority, lf the Dem ocrat ic mem liers, regarding their oaths as law makers, had mad# an earnest effort to secure legislation tin house would have done much more than It had done, lien
derson defended Speaker Heed against the stuck in tide upon him by Roger* of Arkansas He reform) to bim as the mighty man from Main# and declared that he stood to-day ss the tow ring, historic, grand figure of this age of fog afotjvu vie tory and reform. If the |*-cp|« of this re- 1 pub!) did not appreciate what cartiest-urea, courage and patriotism had dona in this cougar vt then there was no gratitude 1 in the republic for loyalty to it* l»gt interests
AN OPIUM DEN.
The Dei lll.li Hellenic of e Helena. Mont.,
ll FMCXX. Mont., Aim S.—One of the worst resulti of the opium Joints was bi ought to light here Friday night. A Inuit t wo week* ago a man named Raymond cattie ti Helena accompanied by hie wife. Friday he reported to Hie polio# that she had disappeared, and the search which was instituted resulted in Anding her in a private opium den kept by a variety actor named Williams Two other women were in the room beside Mrs. Raymond, one a girl of 16 named Lillie lawrence.
Peculiar Story Told Chicago Man.
ROYAL BLOOD is IN HI8 VEINS.
Infamous Use af the Drug.
It seems that William* has for the last four weeks Is en enticing young girls into bi* place aud then while they were under the influence of opium he would accomplish their ruin. The lawrence girl when found wmb in convulsion*, and It was only by heroic treatment that her Ufo was saved.
Went an st clk* Again.
Nkw V OR*, Aug, ft.—The working union cloak makers in all the shops of this city to the nu in for of *,000, went on "trike again Monday. This time the •trike is aimed against their former aides. the contractors The operators demand an advance of about ft) cents on each garment malta. There is much excitement in and around the anion headquarter* on Suffolk street, and open charge* of corruption are matte against some of the union leaders, itarondesa is now accused of having received money from certain manufacturers for hts efforts iii prolonging the strike. The contractors consider the demands of the operators aa out of ail reanou, aud affirm that they j will not submit.
The IC ast Indian Display.
Cute ado, Aug. ft-C. Ca rani ma Chari, of india, called at headquarters Sunday for the purpose of conferring without-
cl,-ii* with respect to the prospects foe his country’s display at Ila* World’* Col ii iii -Wan ri|M*iti(is, He says the Indian people will build models of their structures and reprewlnee entire villages. They will
also »en I exhibits embracing costly and
handsome cashmere shawls, beautiful and oui rage and unique indian silks, pr -lucia of the
bul I dose the mine*, abd various other attractive and
It*lf Ileal In I'f»r«lag*.
BitfTOX, Aug. ft,—Another big deal is
causing excite merit in tile busineas world. The National Cordage company of New V ork is to reorganise with a capita) stock of lift WM), tim, Th# share* will Ut * .A-red for salt; by Boston broken*. The com* pons leases wvetileeu cordage mills, moat of w bidi are located In New York and st-lies farther west, The cont;-any has been in the hand* of a few New Yorkers, and the present action is due to the fact that a forge increase of capital is desired.
A Th inkle I Merchant.
Cite too, Aug ft.—Joseph Boh in an a, music dealer at OM State street, has presented the firemen of engiuc company No.
I wit ti a violin valued at Mn, a guitar wart Ii llftft a mandolin worth USO, and a cornet worth KYI. Th# violin and guitar received the highest prix-.rn at the Haris exposition, in a letter expressing intense gratitude Mr Hohiuann said that he owed tile Bavjug.of thirty years’ toil to the flre-m u of this company, who recently saved his place from destruct ion by fire
Droit arri la hight of Ills Wits.
New Bedford, Mug.. Aug. ft. -Munday I afternoon George T. Davis, of Acushnet!, with his wife, four children and a hired J boy, nu flied Frats*, amt for a sail in Bun* xsrd • hay \\ (ten off West island, Davis . went to Jib the Utat, whan the boom "truck Frate*, knocking him overboard with such force that it was broken. Dark in an unsuccessful endeavor to save Fnic*, became exhausted and drowned in t he sight of hi* wife aud children. The bodle* have not been recovered.
Killed With AM As While Asleep.
LeavenwohTH, Ken., Aug. ft.—The little mining suburb of Brighton is the scene of a horrible crime. Uncle Jim isham, a weti-io do colored miner, we* found dead in bcd Friday night, with bis two children sleeping peacefully beside bias. A nival*-rious A*-miaul had dealt him a fearful blow with an ax Th# bin.ic sank deep into Ids forehead. In the pocket* of his clothes MOD were left undisturbed. Paul Metter, aged 10, Isham’* nephew, la under ar rest.
A Hrs vs H'msm'i Goad Work.
North Wakefield, N. IL, Aug S.—Hut fora woman'* bravery the Boston and Maine express Friday eight would have fon wrecked The heavy wind had blown down several forge tree* serow th* track where a sharp curve Is, just before the express was doe. Mrs Ktally Branson went down the tr*«k in the tern iii •torn, and with a table cloth succeeded in
Hopping the train in time.
SUMMER SUITS ANO PANTALOONS
MAUK TO ORD KU.
PERFECT FIT HID SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Secretary Tree, Mast I t plain.
WashiAuto* CITY. Aug ft—I hr bouse committee on rule- has voted on the re*o lotion introduced on Friday last by Cum ming* of New York providing for eoo-g re** I on a1 in vt-ligation as to the necessity for the em ploy went of an additional forou of men at the K.ttery (Maine) navy yard in Hp. aker Reed's district prior to and during tbs emigre-dona! elm Don lo September, by agremug to report 4 sub-slit nu .ailing on foe re tory Tracy for sn explanation of HU action to be made to the house
Senator Farwell Cader Ike Weal her.
WAMiffhOTDH City, Aug. ft-Senator Farwell has been nick In bed f,,r A W(wg with a recurrence of bis old malady th# grip, complicated with the gout ami iu flsmniatioii of the Madder, iii* condition ie not earkms. however, and his phj titian promisee to have him out in a week.
Walnut. Ills, Want* Help.
I HR a.a*. Aug ft - Mayor Cregfor has relived a Ic It-gram from Walnut, Ufo., in Bureau county, just north of PHM* tau. tile county seat, that three fourths of the village, including many businem house*, had (wen destroyed by fir* and unking fur Bid Baas signed by M C. Stoa roo aud ll. Irwin, the president of the town I aul rd, who saki many of fatniifon were suffering.
He Always "apposed ||r Wa. rn Common, Kerry Day Pc roan, Calli Informed hy j Letter Tho* Me M'as stolen In a Spirit of Revenge from Mio Mother, the Daughter of the Do ch *«• de Mariate-XIlain- of Normandy.
< HK too, Aug. S.—The following ad vert inc went appeared in a Chicago pa poi: FF. DNDN AL MDH I.Ii TlflM Mg KT THI know ledge .,f VI me. Claude lieder N.uir-, nee Vittorte de Malnt#.AUais<>, riaughUref tie Du be-ae de Hainte-Al a re of.Normandy, sh*
I alii know tiiat lur sun. gfteisu from towhee la 18*4. lure; lias ped learned his hi-tory and la i searching fir her. ('atholt ■ please lek.-liar.
, th tiler not! a and kindly call thin Advertise. rn nl lo (hr attention of ail motherc sa artar and stater of rhairity, r incialiy of the Order of I re uh ne, as Mine, ll* retire is sup,aw, ai to to * lien I i same conv ut In the United Mates •)’ * anoilv. A dress
CLAUD,. UL SAINTE-ALLA IZA IRMA INK.
:* O •den pl*' e, C Ic ago.
Claude Ilnsaire is a young man irf floe appearance and courteous luau lien. Said
" have no hesitation In telling my story. >
I p to five years ago I supinated myself to be the son of a prominent man in south-eastern Michigan. I do not care to ill* doer his name without hi* consent, under the circumstances One of the rn ct ufo of the family i* at presift a member of the Michigan legislature. Upon the cxwa-"i hi of a dispute with the man I presumed wa* my father and In a mom--it .,f anger he told tm* I wa* not his chil I. THI* ha* a revelation to tic an I an unpfot*ant * ie,
I left and came to Chicago to 'lo for my* wlf I am at pt-rea*ut with laaisin Bros., on the board of trade. I have never alme bad any commo uiottloa with the Michi gun flintily, although they are awat.* of my whereabouts
A Nu I prising (aliter.
“JAst Thursday, a* you ae* by the pat mark. I receive! a letter mailed bere- in Chicago st lp m that day, The writer of thi* letter rl-duM to have stolen me when I i.s, bm ft week* old Two joar* ago I recited several places at .St. Luke’* hospital and the writer claim* thai lie wae a patient In the hospital. Me make* the present disclosure* fo.ause tho doctors tell him he can live hut a few weeks. The letter refer# lo matters arid da tea ta my life ami t iii pre**.* me a- g wiiue, aith .ugh it iii uiMiti) moil* II* m outuly uf
my parent* Ile a,y. ,i,. Duel)-,,, de Ha int*. AI bd*- of Nirrntnly w»* the moi ii.-r ol my rn.4her. and Dint her mar rtiHl lit© with n nilihiu, th© duk© lug not orion m throughout Euroia,.
Fled ta Xutertea.
After aquaiidering h* «if#’* estate he i.at it .lied divorce pr av-d nga and the dm lie * with my mother, th.-n a little child, ll (.-I tt» Ame. mm. Soon after )»er arrival h«*re th* d or I ic** entered the L’reu-lit*' convent, New Orleans, where site died Av* y<-Mr* afterward My mother, Vittori i de Sanit#, WA* l.rought up by the sister* until she was I* year* of .age, when net great talent for tim*ic attracted the attention of tits Mother Cuperior, who al-j lowed her the > Mw uf lite coven! or the I world, bin* eh >oe tne att r and shortly I at ter ward m< t aud married my fattier,
I laude Hector R. / t.rv, who was a Ccm-1 federate n.Idler. Th* writer oay* my father was French ooly by extraction, hi* only claim being deriv.-d from a great grandfather who wa* a creole. The l iar riage took place Ort. ft lH.ft at New Or lea n»
Th* Marriacr Co lineate Iselwsed.
“Here i« the m.irriage certificate TH reed iii Hie letter, which you will obesrve foam the name* of two witness#* aud the aam* of the officiating priest. Louis Bienville, Shortly after the marriage my parents came north, going to Qwufoe. The writer •aye he was in love with my mother and never forgave her marrying my father He fol lo wail them to Quebec during the month of May following, and when I w»» hut JI Week* old he stole me from the 1 mime and took mc to the south of Ontario I among a cummin i y of Quaker*. Hegira# the nam, of tin family with whom ho Scot left me, but I prefer hot to mention It. I After i hat he ret un .sd to Que I we to witness, aa he say*, 'th* re-uIt of his veri geancc,’ which ho avys was unsatisfactory He •«)• father threw himself from the fort aud killed himself, mid he waited for my mother to driven to the sampdvo-I»air, but she* did not yb id and soon S disappeared.
His Private Ute.
“He sen sines thru he ba* never been
•Mc to find her and that the wail* of * me convent aion- cauld hide ber from hi* ventrance ' He My* be has kept trm k of me, He say* I eau And no trace of bim. but that lf mother still lives toe must know who comm tried the crim* if year* ago He also detail* the circum •tan.,- of my leaving Michigan, saying be witnessed my departer*.*
What is your age Mr RuaaireF “I bought I was SIT yea!* old, but I aa* by this marriage certificate that I am a year younger The writer relate* one or two circumstances
(Huck Walla) I-argo Cellar.
with Waler In House
must be sold.
: Dorsey & Mann
310 Belle street.
ARK acknowledged the
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Uix >(.nged through Years
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A. J. HOWELL
CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ae.
WILL BK FOUND
LOWER-Considaring Qualities land styhs-
Than in auv other boul in Alton.
(•ILK41 KXTKNT of our SALES Busint-M on a VERY CLOSE M 4BOIN ogniicti fact that we handle by far
In consequence of the we are euahled to do hod it ie a rec-
They Mite al Kverythlag.
Mi >M tick I. fox His, Att |, ft.—The farmer
of this and adjoining counties ar* being »w Heiled by .) av-i af sharper* who work ... . ... .. „ . all kinds t«f swbodie* na the rn rat district
Bu relay w ith his go. at, rte. ret ary Biali Poop is, from the titre cirl moute to tak-
Citiaenwof (ap* May and vfoiiora have tug onlrtt for rouflng p tint that ie Are
leoderad President ll arri so it, his guests, proof. This eontrwc:
Kerr It ti on ta Preaid rat Harrison.
Cxi May Pohtt. N J., Aug. I.. Freei-dent Harrison remained! at home ail day
— . . •( tux personal Ufo
the aoown ouly to thnsa iQtrrwkd, aa, for instance, he rsUtod the circumstance* of „ r —T7" * mf »w* dlviww when I wa* hut
Ne Ju to|»*-«1 HL Lost gr , IU y, ,.r» „j,| |t wa- a yoelitfni folly I he
Boston, Aug 5. -thmdey afteraoou Iteved enhaowa. I pmpas aew ie reftaia. ( Ii ar Ire Mi‘(aft my, the i'snadian bridge ; to the Michigan Mople and ase lf they Jumper jumped froui the shes re at the ton aaoist mf in fin ling my mother I \ ionic works, K**i IL-,on, into the ****' htih mean* to prosecute my wareh, water, a dis'aiK-e of IOU feet. ii* struck = *wl * “ball do (be beal I iwa."
M ais stomach and »a» killed. He had —
ijceii giving ttxhitdiion* in tbiscity and said (fusts aaa ka«u< roe I a.
this was hi* last jump before going to 4 4**a Aug. ft* Du Aug. IS rival Irish
New York to Jump from the Brooklyn dc'n di»t rations will he held bere, on* bn,|kw j under th# suapi re id the Ulan na Gael,
and th# other conducted by the friends of Dr Uremia. The aiitld,ri«agler* have
KARGER QU VNriTIKS OF GOODS"
I HAN ANY OTHER IIOt’'*K IN Till! CITY. ~
Iftrge amt yantj I stock of Cloth*, in all the “ 1 ao pre pare* I to wake up is Ult
(Successor to A. Brueggeman.)
Artis ic Tailoring and Gant s Furnishing Good* Emporium, 221 riasa Htreet.
and family a public recept mu aft the fitocktoM hotel. The president bae accepted the invitation and expect# to he present with Hecretary Blaine.
"quel# bed th# Hall U t.urn. hvBAi i bk, N. Y., Aug. ft—The chief of police not iii#*. I Manager Chapman of th* LeufoVille team and Mr. Frazer (rf the
Ryracuw dun that if the game scheduled for Bu mis y Wa* played si! the player* would las h r rested. The Lou Im vi IL- teem therefore did hoi put In an apia-aratue,
afb-rwanl tarn# ap
a* a note to *ome fonk, whs re the farmer
is aoli lied to call and (ay the same.
Dual..)■•<! MIM* ti lls D.im’I "4 Cl la tai."
( MANDM..V, P C, Aug. ft VV ll Ah-
rrn* wa* shot ai»*i kilted yesterday morn ing Baar Ten Mile Hill by T. D Green. I he latter says that Im found Ahrens in bed with hie (Green») wife when the
•hooting occurred. Mrs. Green swears
this ie uutrue.
i‘resilient Hart ii
__ will fo
and after three bait* had been pitched the * to attend ih^ ti A H
umpire gave the game tody recuse i th* (.rn.mu Balu mom
(-on VC V tai to
adopteal UU addrnu, which *cotm the friend* of Cronin murderer*, sod say* among ether things; * lh is year th* friend* and ate** Ute* of toe murderer*—the men who stand tot ween the chief murderer* sn I the gallows- have decided to use tbs proceeds fd the Ogden grove pie ufo for the ton, fit of their dup , so that th* touguea thai could speak tbs word* that would bi lug them withiu the grasp of the Jaw may to kept silent a little longer by tUluaive Ii->jKoi What the anti trianglers intend to do with the proceeds cf their demonstration is not given out.
A Meal That Will lf aru Iv Fay.
br. Dict* Aug. ft-J. U Mayer, who live■) at j. j Washington avenue, had stolen from hi* rn ne Friday night ft#),OOO worth of tinning stocks and a small amount of cash. Negotiation* on the stock* have been stopped.
I am mw receiving a ____
prevailing shade*, for Spriog Suits/which I
A Perfect Fit,
Reasonable Rates and
C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.