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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois DAILY MAY 290 w Mufh Confusion In the iiouse of THEPREVIOUSQUESTION ad The M pro vided that twice tho duty should be im Thin ballot reunited in Another vtotory for the the votes of naveral to aid polled 146 Votes Irt the negative against 148 In the The Vofc Ing against the atoendraent were son o Dun BOTH MEDICAL and A LARGE SOLAKITJM daily personal O ID O 13L FOE THE BEOBPTION OP For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Guarantees i THE QLOBE Guarantees Goods or Honey GLOBE Has a Larger AssortieBt and Complete You owe a Duty to Yourself to Call AND AJlfON GLOBE The Vote on the Third Heading and En grommont of the 11111 Besnlti In a Vote of Yean Nnyn Amendment Innrenslntt tho Uiity on Yarn Mndo of Juto Defeated by Junt One on Other WASHINGTON May presentation of a memorial from tlie Man ufacturers of asking for tho passage of tho McKinley and that it go into effect thirty days after ap the house went into committee of thi whole on the tariff Grosvcnor of Ohloinjthe Baker of New York offered an amendment providing that all articles on importation into the whether embraced in the free list or shall bo ubject to and pay no less rate of duty than is or may be im posed by the country export on like ar ticles imported from the United Anderson of Kansas opposed the amend saying it would place it in the power of the Canadian government to regulate thn United States Butter worth of Ohio also opposed saying it would wreck the interchange of commodities between the States and every other country and would work a great hardship upon the He re gretted that the members of the ways and means committee had taken up all of the limited time of the house with amend ments to tho exclusion of that free confer ence which was Brewer of Michigan said the time for debate had been away by the other Farquharof New York protested against the protection given to The Previous Qucdtlon For fully half an hour before noon the house was in the greatest and one minute before 12 Mc Kinley yielded the remaining time to Frank of the excitement became BO great that tho noise was almost deaf and Franks voice could not be heard six feet from where he Sud out of tho hubbub arose the loud voice of McKinley calling Chairman Chairmanl Quiet reigned in a and the Republican leader called the attention of the chairman to the fact that 12 the hour agreed upon for the flrst vote on the bill to be had He moved that the committee rise and report the bill to the This ceremony having been per formed by the chairman of the committee of the Grosvenor of Speaker Reed recognized m delib erate demanded tho previous ques tion and moved the third reading and engrossment of the Division was de manded by Bland of and the after declared had voted in tho and 138 in the Then the yeas and nays were demanded by Beading the The speaker announced that the yeas were tho nays Coleman of Louisl and Feotherstono of Re voted with the Democrats against the adoption of the But terworth of and Adams of Illinois refrained from When the result of the ballot had been MoKJa ley arose and asked the gentlemenof the minority to name the amendments offered by the ways and means committee as they wore on which ballots were Carlisle suid that the minority desired votes onlv on those amendments made Increases of The clerk then began to read When he reached that increasing the duty on tta the Democrats called for a Before result was declared by the Kerr of and Thomas who had voted with the Democrats against the changed their ot another announced that he had voted for the amendment under a mls and therefore changed his vote Tho speaker then announced that the yeas were the nays The First Democratic Applause from tho Democrats greeted tbe announcement of this vote which came 80 near being a Democratic But ter Henderson of Kel Mudd and Taylor of Illinois voted with the AVhcn the ways and means amendment making yam made of jute dutiable at 86 Instead of 80 was Carlisle asked for a It was explained that by a typographical erron jute yarn was made dutiable in the bill at 80 per when the ways and means committee had In tended that it should be dutiable at 35 per cent i The decided to take advantage of the error and called tor a MoKinley called for the and nays and the clerk started on the monotony of a roll On th s amend Sent the yeas were nays the first Democratic Democratic applause areeted the announcement of the The Hopublicans who voted agalust the amendment wore Anderson of Taylor of Illi Delia Henderson of Kerr and Another Amendment The nest amendment on which the Democrats iiskod for a provided that manufactures of camels hair be taken from the five 1M nnd made dutiable as third clnsM The amendment adonteuyeiw nays Henderson of bio of and Taylor of voted with the A vote was also desired by tlie Democrats on on amendment to paragraph which pro vided that on woolen and worsted yarns made wholly or in part of the hair of the alpaca or other valued at not more 80 cents per tho duty shall bu twice the duty Imposed by the bill on a pound of unwUiVd wool of tho flrst and In addition ad The amendment provided that tho duty should be two and a half times as On thlti question thu yeas were and the 148 A ndorsoii of Ilouder ami Korr of and Taylor of voted with I Henderson of Owen of of and Wilson of A number of Republicans sat in their seats and refutiod to to Recommit An amendment providing thatall manu factures of of which wool or the halt of tho goat is a component part shall be classified aa manufacturer of was agreed 165 to Republicans voting nKalnst the amendment were Henderson and Korr of nnd Taylor of The viuugar amendment was adopted by a vote of 104 to Carlisle then In troduced a resolution to recommit the bill to tlic committee on ways and means with The tariff bill passed the house at Yeas nays voted against tha Senate WASHINGTON May the jonate Wednesday the of BergeantatArms Canaday was presented to take effect Juno routine bus iness the consideration of the sliver bill was resumed and Btewart the HORRIBLE METHOD OF A Yonng Woman Tien Rope About tter Neck nnd Jumps May to Evening Post from A young whose name could not be purchased a ticket for Cincin nati at the officeofthe Hamil ton and Dayton railroad in Chicago and boarded the vestibule train which left at Shortly she bottles of and drank from them several Finally she got up and Msout out on the rear took a rope from under her fastened one end securely to the railing of the car arid tied the other end around her neck and jumped Her absence was noticed find a search made by the Her dead body was found lying in a pool of waterand blood near the trnckashort distance from There was nothing on her person which would load to her but the passengers say that she wasevidently a young lady of and that she probably drank the whisky to nerve her to that point of sui Social Event at May Fred erick William rector of Christ Episcopal and Cornelia daughter of James of this were married at at Matthews Episcopal the ceremony being performed by Right Bishop of A Decep tion followed at the home of the brides and among the guests were 800 from other A special train from Springfield brought Bishop Seymour and Governor and exGov ernor Oglesby and wife and 100 Parnell a PHILADELPHIAI May In tho case of Edward trator of ot Smith against Delia orders that the bill be dismissed and all costs be paid by the The suit was brought to which Miss Smith hod given PornelUo speculate The master that Mrs Parnell lost iu speculation and was paid back to Miss Smith in 4liA finatt and accordingly qi Presbyterian Board of Forflgn Missions Need PERPLEXED BUT NOt IN General Awcmbly Petitioned to Devise ot Chltm and CwonrXhe Baptist Annl In Vint Days pA Church May time Of thte assembly in the morning wai occupied Jn hearing the report and t commendations of the board of foreign David of Min chairman of tho standing com road the The total number 6 mlsHibnarics now in the field Is work in China WHS especially encour notwithstanding the relations be tween tils government and The result ii Corea almost The t LBsurlrs roportwas of a less cheerful The reetipts of the board from all during ihe year were ft dWircaBe of and or M07090 in Defleitcarried forward to new This number Of churches contributing a falHnftOa of The contributions of the and Sunday schools Sttveitne deficit from being even Honey Warily Never bnt once before has the board been soencompossed with Some thing must be done to raise There can arid will beno Over is needed for the coming We are but not In despair cast down but not We petition tho assembly to devise some means of as It vote asked that a special col lection jbe taken In all churches some Sabbath in June or The moder ator here requested Crosby to take the Tho assembly rose and stood while Crosby offered a Burrlllthen made a stirring address in of the recommendations of tue Ho was frequently interrupted by Ellen one of tbe secretaries of tho followed Bur lie thought the Presbyterian church trying to do too many things with one Alexander of the presby tery of New and mis sionary from also Iho re port was FOR t Eight room Frame good Ois Sink in Magnificent river Lot For Building Lots on as j s with rock Magnificent River Thirty acre farm 2 12 miles southeast of y all in Foiirrtfom Cog Will sell for less than per ADJUSTABLE WINDOW r 1 L I Light and Hoi May fanners of this county have cheated swindling fork and and townshipii and wire fencp and The farmer is big prof but the guarantee and the agent Van ish Into the discounted at a has to be Senteuuua to May In Redwood for the murder of Frank has been sentenced governor to pe hajnged so county on the morning 01 Holders pafle great deal of attention p the many appeajs taken many of his jfrtondij governor In his v i nulldosera Fined Bojiteuoedi mr NKW Mo Democrats 3 Eight of the Lincoln county were convictedat the tenn T horsewhipping anjl granted a new bnt oftier five i iiiirl tO Lllfi os granteuaiww were flued tlOBeaoh sentenced to county lallfor throe Bxpelled from tlie May the ses sion of the general assembly of the Cum Inland Presbyterian church in tjhlou City the judiciary committee reported on tlie case of of Kansas Mo who had boon tried for heresy in bur presbytery and by the in both of whichshe was She appealed her cose to the general assembly and made aspeeihinher defense iu the TheehaiKe against her is be lieves and teaches that Gconje bohvroln Is Jesus as ho The committee recom mended that the former decisions be af and that she be expelled from the Baptists In May national Bap tist anniversary begim Wednesday morn Ing at Immanuel every seat on the floor and In tho lleries being The session was devoted to the annual exorcises of the American Baptist Pub lication Thomas of New the flrst vice was called to Committees were ap after which Benjamin Grif fith read the report of the board of man hirers THe financial statement shows Assets NEW May special from to The Herald soys that before the casket containing the remains ot exPresident Garfleia were removed to the memorial strtinturts It was opened in order to quiet foreverthe rumors about the body not being in the The body wos found to be in a good state ot and could be nljsed Tho hair had somewhat fallen off from the but the beard had fully twp The eyes and mouth and the features Bom6 but pertoctly They lookojl as though a light frost had fallen upon i Very 1rollflo Live Mou May only case of a triple birth In the history of tho equine family occurred A fine brood mare belonging to William of this c ty dropped three They arc bnt all aro alive and dolug being per fectly formed Mivy cow be longing to a Norwegian west of this has just given birth to fivo The calves are but little larger than but aro all nllve and Will the Amount JEKKEIWON May ernor Morehouse was telegraphic com munication with exStatu No lands bondsmen for a long time Tuesday Fits any Cheapest Screen it i Sale PITTS 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER OIL 3 WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualiiies and Styles They Deserve of lands bondsmen lor a Subsequently hu had a tions uro for oowlng exniul elicu Governor an tion in aid of the fund for the survivors amounl tho famous whose JjVW aiiuiust Rufulans at Balakluva on 35 was onu of thu most darinjj uuval ry onslaughtson record and at tlu time the most disastrous to the ftttaok liiB A Chicago May CulUlor8p B lallorlng sand killed about 4 oclock the Doming disorderly house on Iloury a The tragedy tho iosultof aquarr The murderer was cttptuied by the police utoUt Jware1 coiicliision stated that the amount of Nolands defalcation would be mude goqd to the ArraiigcmouU had boon he for the full amount of to the present treasurer Tliurtauy n A yea and nuy vote was taken on ail amendment to tho wool schedule to pro vldothat on woolen or worked kuit fabrics and manufactures made of tho Kttlr valued at not wore than 80 She Crou born In New ork In died here Slio remembered very tlutitly Lafayettes triumphal visit to this usa baby ktnijiU by Iloinlnent WiysluUu May William By one of the oldest and OhlcttBO died at tt lluiitflnv Too Ofioil for May wealthy widow recovered dam Bfleslnasult axalnst Louis i i T ntinnn formerly musical critic 01 ine tiuwvu World for tho seduction of bur The offonuu was committed In where the ladles took supper with During tlio meal Kngel drugged Miw and after she had rotlrod Worod her Kngel was formerly Miss Knights musie tho May speaking ftt a mootliig of NatlouHlUt uiKetl that the name of Kuulund be placed upoa the Voting regis ter In view the fact that a gouural eleu tloi Is at any of the the advance and work jMiMUcan u T oguizcd fact that we handle by far LAROEB QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHKR HOUSE IN THE i i I am now roooivlng a large and varied stock of tn alli provftiling for Spring which I am prepared to make up in th avxTost t GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete SatisfacUoft 112 Third ClnoliiiiMtl May i Voil SALIC BV Carpenter and i
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