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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY THURSDAY APRIL 260 Enos TR ENOS announces that he has established in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the BOTH MEDICAL and His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an institution of this under the constant supervision of the physician and with the aid of means not other wise at than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at intervals of several hours or The position of the SANITARIUM is and the surrounding are free from all noxious It is readily reached by the Second street horse and is near the Union The building is and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an Electricity in all Its forma Oxygen and its compounds are provided as may be required by pa in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed A LARGE SOLARIUM For Sun Baths and exercise In cold and inclement is Each patient is thoroughly examined by and receives hie daily personal FOB THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third AU KiPKltlKNOK I WANTED ODB Salary and Stoolc with f asteelllDg muvmntiA wlMt we Write I This Is Latest and Correct Styles in TARIFF BILL HEIW Introduced in the House by William JOINTS IN THE MAJORITY Sugar Up nml TiicltidinK 10 Dutch fttnmliml of Color To He IMiicod uu lite Free Itoiinty nt ii ConU on Oor tiiln Uny In tlio lllll Introduced by Son fitor WASHINGTON April MeKtn from tjio committee on ways nml introduced tlin now tnrllt bill with tlw ina report on in the house Wednesday The majority report tllscussos tlio effect tlio bill will have upon the reve nues of thu It states that the Shoes Best and Cheapest AT THE exact effect is difficult of That there will be a substantial reduction as we shall It admits of no doubt1 It Is not believed that the increase of duties upon wools nnd woolen goods and upon glassware will have tbo effect of In creasing the That of follow If tho importations of tho ust fiscal year were hereafter to bo main is altogether im result will be that importa ions will be and therefore the amount of revenue collected from these sources will bo Importations Will Fall In every cnse of increased duty except uhat imposed upon tin which does not go nto effect until July 1801 and upon linen ubrics the effect will bo to reduce rather han enlarge the revenues because importa tions will fall It was the aim of the committee to fix tho duties upon that class of manufactured goods and farm pro ducts which can be supplied at home so as o discourage the use of like foreign goods and products and source to our own people md our own producers and home aelioving that competition among ourselves will secure reasonable prices to consumers tbo future as It has invariable done in the Wo seek by tho increased duties not only to maintain but to enlarge our own manufacturing plants aud check thoso supplies from abroad which can X profitably produced at Tho gene ral policy of the bill is to foster aud promote American production and diversification of American llio Duties on The report quotes tho recommendations concerning the tariff in the presidojits an nual and terms them sensible and After a discussion of tho ad ministrative features of tho the report Hoes over each schedule noting tho pro posed changes and discussing the reasons for making aud estimating tho amount of duty in each case that will be affected lu regard to wcol tho report states that by tho proposed the duties op first and secoud class wools are at 11 and 12 coute per as against 10 and 12 under existing On third class costing 12 cents or the duty Is raised from cents a pound to 8tf and upon wools of tho third class costing above U tho duty recommended is an ad vance from 6 to 8 cents per There seems to bo uo tho report that with tho protoctiaji uffordod by the in creased duties recommended in the the farmers of tho United States will bo able at an early day to supply substantially all of the home and tho great benefit Buch production will be to tho agricultural Interests of tho country cannot bo esti The System of Compound The production of pounds of wool would require about sheep or an additional of more than 100 per to tho present In revising tho woolen goods so as to afford ade quate protection to our woollen manufactur ers ami wool tho committee state that they huvo continued to thu system of compound duties which Imvs proved to be so essential in any tariff which providing firnt for n specific com pensatory pound or square yard equi valent to tho duty which would bo paid on tho wool if imported for the bouollt of tho wool and nn ad valorem duty of from 80 to 50 per according to tho proportion of labor required In tho manu facture of tho several classes of as a protection to tho manufacture against for olgu and lOpor additional upon ready imido clothing for tho protection of tho clothing Tin Woolun From tho host Information wo can ob tain it probable that the increased rates of duty given to manufacturers of woolens will certainly not Increase thu rev ouuu from ihU source and tr to this country tho manufacture of from 000 to of woolen goods now made In computing the equivalent ad valorem duty on manufactures of the combination of both tho specific which Is simply compensatory for tho duty on tho wool of which tlio wool grower receives tho aud tho duty which pro tects tlio malus the average resultant rate of the woolen goods schedule proposed After Hi action in increasing tho duty uu certain kinds of iron and on tin the committee gois on to discuss tho hugar and inolttFsin Tho sugar Mhoduli was only dooldod on Tuesday The cuinmltluii decided that sugar up to and No 18 Dutch standard of and iiiiilaiMs bu placixl oil thu with thn states that In orde1 to tilts Industry RB speedily as posst offiv thn nocunsary differential of n funnily of 1 IHT about the equivalent of per of tlio market value of good A bounty of 7 rents per it is nllowedoncoi The committee have recommended changes In iho interunl revenue as follows Al olililiif the tax on doilcrs in leaf and manufactured manufacturers of tobacco and and po Idlers of tobacco reducing the tax on muokini and mnnufact urcd tobacco and snu If from 8 Cents to 4 ceuts per ttuuttttialon of llio Tho commlttmi rocomm nl lhtt all provis ions of tho imposing restrictions of any kind wlmtsunvor upon farmers and growers of in regard to be reponl This will pnable tho farmers and planters to thefttobacco wtiurovur and to Miey please with tho tuoy now dispose of otbor agricultural In conclusion tha committee states ihe effect of the advance of duties on agricultural will be ttvliold our own mavteeta laforger measure than at present for our own farmers without any increase of The same ram It will follow lu other coses of and where tha revenue Is In special iasen iiuTeasedj this Increase will lie far less than it Indicated h a computation based on the theory tbast im portations of such articles will continue as largo as under lower Total In tho coso Of manufactures of where the importations have bean enormous because of inadequate there can bo no reasonable doubt that tho ratos ofduty proposed will diminish rather than increase the Tue committee that the proposed Ifenacted into will certainly reduce the revenue from imports at least and ably aud from the internal revenue or In the aggregate Bides Still on the Free No reference is made In thj report to raw a subject that has given the Repub lican members of the committee consSdora ble They decided to put hides on tho dutable but changed that decision Wednesday and hides will rtmaiu on Hie frco list ns at present McKnna of a Republican member of the wuys and means bubmlttod a report dissenting from the su garscbedulo of the MeKcuna discusses the protective system and protests against the proposed Imposition of a bounty on In conclusion ho The bill presented gives a bounty to silk and ruw It is ns objectionable as a bounty on raw Unlnipi In Hie Tbo somite concurred in the house amind racut to sonato bill for construction o a tratldine at At 1 oclock the Montana election rate was taken up aud Gibson look the floor in support of the claims of tho Democratic Wants Faro for WASHINGTON April Evorte Introduced a curious which was to pay tho heirs of tho owner of the ship Cadmus the sum of to cover tho expanse of bring Lafayette to this country in 1S24 ns the guest of thn Ho came over In tho ship and of course no attempt was mode to collect any faro from the distinguished visitor nor was any bill presented to him for what ho and drank duriug tho Years tho owner and tho captain of tho ship de parted this life without having presented any bill of but their descendants and heirs arc not so considerate and osk for this sum with interest Tin bill was ro furreu to the committee on Approved by tho WASHINGTON April presi dent has approved the act to admit free of duty articles imported for tho St Louis ox position from Mexico and tho other Amricnn INDIANS ON THE They Itefuse to Capitulate and Sorloun Trouble Is April runner from about seventy miles west of on tho announces that a band of Indians are on tho warpath and are giv ing tbo asout at that plsco considerable Chief Big with a band of about forty refused either to take up land or to vacate for The agent requested him to do one or the and Big Foot commenced to make Troops were oout for to Fort Two companies of infantry anu three of calvary were dispalchjd to tho and have suo ceodod lu cornering tho and are awaiting orders as to tbolr It is probable that tho whole liana will bo re moved from the Big Foot re fuses to capitulate aud serious troube Is ap Itefuneil to Leave n Uurnlny April 8 oclock in tho afternoon tho residence of a bniikor of this was de stroyed by and Alice a pretty hired girl who was alone in tho was barely rescued by one tho 11 r Khe hod bten loft in charge of tho and whon it took fire refu to leave It al though called upon by those on tho outside of the burning building to do At one of tho at tho risk of his rushed In aud draggoil hor by main force through flame and smoko to tha open Tho girl was solzod with hysterics and may At April twenty fifth onnlvors ury of ttio death of Abraham Lincoln was obitervod hero on a very much exteuslvo wulo tlinn over The pro cession was a gran 1 H farmed at H marched through the principal BtruoW Lincoln aud to Lincoln moiium lit Oak UldgJ Muj JumoB delivered the ad dress of nnd wan followed by Judge an I the of In brio I nun April upoclal from Ashtabulu snys an attempt was made to wreck a Hhoro truln ut Andovor by plUinn stncl burs on the Tho engine Jumped the got back Thus is tlio third Ktlompl mnde Dear the seme point In u Tu llniiiice April The Vigorous OpeN tions of the Ger mans at THE ENGLISH FLAG NOT TO BE The Town 80 Thoronuhly flermnnicd Thttt Old Hoiildfliitii Kind Themselves AltnoMt of a BoolnlUt Motting In Itomo lleiuiUi In Itlot Several InrtlolpnnU llndly April from Zan zibar state that the operations of tho Ger mans there are of tbo most vigorous char every one connected In any capacity with the projects of Wissmann Is dis playing a degree of activity singularly at variance with the German national trait of and everything pertaining to the preparations for tho now Emln expe dition Is being conducted wtth marked thor oughness The town has within an Incredi bly short time become go entirely German that old residents find themselves al Building Lots Corner Main and for Eighth and Ninth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth u u duly of lourtunthn of 1 cent per pound on ivfluod miKur nbuvo and that a bounty of 2 pw pound paid from tho treasury for a period of flfioon yoari for all pnlurlxlng per miiile In tliis country fiom or sorghum pruducod In tho BOVITU tlioiinatid words of report are devoted to giving fU iiicroailng duties on ugilciltumJ Concern Aijril upoolttl It U Hint will r the IKKIIIIOIV B a now town on tho Tiiu laud U clulim 1 11 most Several large offices and depots have bien established by tho Ger and each of ithesj constantly displays the German whllo tho Uermaii uniform is everywhere In the The British have no office at and consequently the flag is not to be much to tho worry of view with disgust and indignation tho German preparations to extend the influence and power of their empire into territory hitherto tacitly admitted to belong to Eng land if It belonged to The occa sional dispatches convoying assurances of tlio safety and successful opjrations of several times declared by presum ably competent authority to bo tho extensive preparations for Emins depar ture have created a genuine alarm here for tbusecurity of British intyirwts south eastern and equatorial which tho press are unanimous in calling upon tho government to protect Inaccurate German The Post declares that the Gorman maps purporting to fix the boundaries of tho two are wholly This being tho fact Germany must bo at once Informed of the inaccuracy and not bo allowed to be come unfriendly to England through tho nggn sslvo language and mlsreprost ntattons of the German press in describing an I urg ing the necessity nnd importance of Emius The Standard insists that the English and German sphures of influence in Africa aro marked with such precision as to preclude the remotest possibility of any misunder standing therefore any encroachment upon British rights must be made SERIOUS RIOT IN HoclnlUU Indulge In Revolutionary Ha tlglit with the Aprli serious riot occurred In Rome as tho result of tho action of the police In dispersing a Socialist meet Tlvmeeting was the largest one of Its character ever held In embold ened by the great Ihcrcise in tho number of theiraudit or the who addressed tlio gathering indulged in revolutionary ha rangues of tho most violent while their listeners evince I thuir approval by and curses as tho senti ment expressed Tbo finally ordered to disjmrso tho c an 1 were attacked with stou etc until they were c to upon the thu crowd with dvndiy The riot ers were several of them severely and th police made a number of The KliisorK Latest April having heard that thn regiment of body guards hod set aside marks to celebrate tho birthday of the sent on angry message to the officers forbidding tbo fes tival ns contrary to his rescript regarding prodigality of In a few days his majesty will designate the use to which the saved up money shall bo It In bo lieved that hewill order it to be given to soldlori orphans in the name of tho Cvutlon to IrcHldont April 17 has arrived at Ho received an ovation from tho large crowd of people present Many prominent persons were who did him Tho prukidutitial salute guiiu ArriHtoU for a April Haockel of Halle while engaged in n scienti fic and exploring tour of Algeria was placed under nrrevt as Tbo authorities how ovi the professor on tho represen tations of tho German KxporU and April French board of trade reports an Increase In imports of and In exports of francs during Iho month of March as com pared with thoso of tho corruspondlug month of Amurloiin Ufllcom April officers of tho war uow in port hero tucludlug these of thu Boston and of tho American squadron ol wore entertained at a Tete given In their honor by the SimuiKiou UlrlH April roof if a weaving mill at llorgumo fell killing sovonteon out of wl10 Wlru Iullding nt the NulU Liquor April Cipuiihiffer ivproseutlng Aice have brought up irate suits Ruho Chirley Ohlschlagor and liquor claiming tV MO damaos for iwlllug liquor to lior hus a iKomnHvn who lost his Job through 01rulrltt In April Chlppowa special says Prairie llros have started lu this vi and Jinlens thore U rain soon much damage will bo At eight all tho furrmirs are tlghuug lire to save nnd It if loarnuu that duklrnctivu flrtw are raging at other pomu lii One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty ieet front to one hundred feet and thirtylfrontj all very Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots in different parts of the Call and see H with TI paw ii1 lik nil Koiinl Apnl 17 i I uf ulnoilg her Huglumv BAST April for tlio IIOMICB of UIOHO to huvi IxHtn lost in Hiimlayti ilKuutor had boon kopt up lUl luy John mippoKMl to buvo bueu lost on the III Mtwl not having toft WHE1SEVER AND WEREVEB YOU SEE THIS OVER 700 KINDS AND 8IZE3 TOM TO THI atNUINI BUR THIS TRADE MARK UPON A STOVE OR RANGU YOU MAY BIC BTAIN That it is the BEST article that can be had for the price Third Opposite Belltv SEE OUR NICE LINE OP MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE HOWELL DEALER IN CLOT OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in auv other In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES wo are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that wo handle by far LARtfER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN I am now receiving n largo and variotl stock of in all tlio prevailing for Spring which I tun piepured to make up in ttoo GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third No 100102 East Second AtilCNTil flJIt WamiMttd to LaHt Five Yea QUICK U8AL UA80UNE fyHHtfwa ftoiwly   

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