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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY voEtSS TUESDAY TARIFF IN 1 REELING IN THE i for Infants and Its First Knock Out in the Up per House of SENATORS REFUSE TO TAKE IT u WltfiSiiuiiurioM TBB CBKTATO W Murray Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR THE 1 Louts Varnish Fine VARNISHES aud darter Stoves Farm LINE See the Best KO AD CART the World for Hardware and Farm Alton ALL Grrand Special Sale in Made to BBUEGGEMANS Artistic Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 Piasa An Animated OUctmslon Ovoc the Mat ter lletwcoii 1ryo and Oilier Onllsiililrttloii IH Mil Shinning Hills Iln Conferred i tho SHvor lllll an WASHINGTON July tho senate Monday the conference report on the consular and diplomatic appropria tion bill was agreed Morrill moved that tho tariff bill be Ho said that after tho tariff bill was taken it could be laid aside Informally until tho two shipping bills wore disposed In reply to an inquiry by Harris the presid ing officer stated that the two shipping bills come up as the unfinished business at 2 Harris then sug gested to Morrill not to make his motion Until after 3 Morrill he pre ferred to make It at the present Frye said he had given notice that he would call up tho river and harbor but he was not personally concerned about Its consideration at He would feel obliged to ask for Its consideration before the tariff bill could be Ho would not now antagonize the tariff bill with the river and harbor but if the tariff bill was going to consume two or three he wouldnot consent to yield that length of What EdmundsWe will take the judgment of the senate upon will not do to ask unanimous consent to take up the river and harbor bill during the pendency of the tariff one member of the sen ate will object to shall not ask unanimous con the senator would have to mqvc to lay aside the tariff would do GormanI understand that the ship ping bills are in order at 2 The presiding officer said that those bills would come up as unfinished busi ness at 2 oclock without a GormanDo I understand that the sen ator from Vermont desires to take up the tariff and have it considered only from to 2 oclock is what he wants to The clerk will call the Gorman repeated his MorrillI have already stated that I will Rive way to the senator from Maine for hfs shipping but I desire to have tho tariff bill before tho senate as the regular I of to yield for the regular appropriation bills when they come Few Words from CarlisleI am unable to for my with my limited acquaintancewith the methods of proceeding in this body that anything is to be gained by taking up the tariff bill at this time certain y if it ft to be laid aside from time to time I have understood that the senator frmn Maine desired to complete the con Bideration of the shipping bills aud that br civil appropriation and perhaps other bUls Shat ought to to considered and passed upon by the I that the senator rom Vermont will not Insist on his motion if no does that the senate will not sustain ioThat when the tariff bill to token up for we may proceed with it In the regular until it is An Opportunity to wo are to bring the session to a close at an early period it is necessary that we take up the most Important bill that is before My purpose was merely that the tariff bill shall be in order attar the disposition of the two shipping bills BO that senators who may desire to speak on the subject at large will Have an oppor Then we can go on as usual and make amendments as the bil Hot Over tho KlooHoh lloynott Ohio July prominent merchant of who does not Wish to bo Is In tho nml talked freely Sunday on wiuMi I crn regarding federal clue lion Ho says the people ot tho north I have no Idea of the intense feeling that ex i Ists all classes in tho south over the proposed There is no dlspo sition to talk about It or make but the passage of the bill will be the sig nal for tlio creation ot the bit a feeling that will undo all that the yoirs of peace have and that will manifestation in A llnwtlc Scheme First of nil cvorv northern product as far as possible will bo Mer chants will import from ant tno people will eager to even at ad vanced HO that northern merchants and manufacturers shall tollow Inu this will come the most extensive and effectual boycott on class labor the world has over Arrangements are al ready under way to secure abroad thou sands of white and every negro employe In the entire south will be dis charge and no southern man unaer an v give one them employ tho object being to drlre them iuto the north and Will llequtre nn The man declares his people are deter mined on this They are quite cer tain the bill will pass and are preparing for Nearly all southern authorities declare the bill and say that Instead of extra government officers to carry out the it will re quire to properly execute un less it be a farce in the and this is what nearly all southerners believe it Is intended to SERIOUS PRACTICAL know that anything cnn be gained by taking up the tariff bill at and then having it laid aside with tho Cull of the gavel at 2 MorrillWe will have gained the read inldmundBi object to further Ilufuaed to Take tip the The vote was taken on Morrllls the result wasyeas nays SHno quorum Then there won a call of he to Widen fortynlne senators ro Tho voto was again and the wimto refused to take up the tariff blllyaits nays is follows Yeas A Sawyer Nays A Vanner Nearly Killed by B Shook Given In July Denni a farmer living fourteen miles from lies in a critical condition at tho Howland house as tho result of an electric shock turned on at the Sherman this as he was about to drink a cup of water from the hotel or over a year past a battery strong enough to give a severe electrical shock hasbeen attached to the water cooler at this and has afforded tho clerks and traveling men infinite amusement Deunison stepped upon the zinc and llfteil the chain cup to his If Knocked Ulm The next moment he overcome by the and was restored to conscious ness with During the i igit he suffered from several severe sinking a difficulty of tho heart and debility mak ing his recovery for a time Great Indignation is as the oc currence is but one of a series of jokes of this character perpetrated upon the old and Dennison declares that in the event of his recovery he will toe and that the city authorities will order the batteries removed at A Heroine In Dlro July representative of Tho Boston Herald in Malno reports that the venerable mother of the daring and gallant William in May with a crew of thirteen nen went up a river to nnd blew up the rebel ram A1bf low an object of and has called upon a Masonic lodge in tho city of Belfast for She owes for her board snce November Her name Is now Suwvn and she is with rel atives at All her eleven chil dren are During the war she served ton years She yas wounded while caring for injured soldiers on the Emma Had Her SAN July a woman who came hero about a yearjigo from Chicago for a time with Rev Charles Hudson has created a sensation among the botelkeepors with in the last few She flist appeared at the whore she engaged fine and within two days had her rooms flooded with elry and all marked They had boon sent to her by confiding when they found she was at the Tho her and she made a round of the other hotel She is a goodlooking woman and of good He Stole from the State of Maryland AND GETS FIVE YEARS IN A Mgut Penalty lor Terrible li iltlo with Murderer In Delaware Mur der of it ManTerrible Double Tntffptly nt of n Urlmliittl July Treasurer Stevenson Archer Monday morning came Into the criminal court In this plpad guilty to the indictment charging him with embezzling state and was sentenced by Judge Stewart to five years lu the The sudden and un expected ending of this celebrated case caused considerable commotion In court The trial of the case was set for but Archer decided not to stand trial but to plead Arch ers counsel road a long sintemftnt which wns signed hy In whiclTlie begged tho mercy of the Ho offers no OE cuse or palliation of Ids conduct md Ices the enormity of his No blame for any part of ho attaches to any one but after immediately court room and wns driven to the Arch ers defalcation was CURIOUS KIND OF Bnno Enough to Want to Live but Mad KnoiighToBe July the hamlet of Delaware July Is undoubtedly inflicted wounds upon Sylvanus Palmertou which resulted in Sitx death In less than twentyfour When the neighbors tried to arrest Gumming he at tacked them with a Three or four times he made tho crowd floe before Tho farmers armed tlwmsrtves with shot guns and Cummins was shot in the leg and wounded In the Know When to Climb He continued to slash right and but tne farmers their shotguns at his nnd telling him they would kill him if he did not he throw down his He was brought to jail Sunday while hhcnff Arthur was giving him food all probability have been strangled by t madmim hnd it not been for the assist ance rendered by the who had been let out of their cells Into the corri dimming is years A Thick Walls Large H i 1 In Splendid Handy to at a 310 Bblle THE BEST IN THE Taaltatfl 916 018 Olive Mention States SrresofNdw1 Arizona aid Utah and n the states of aud was taken up and committee on commerce was re Agrocmeiit on tho Silver AVASIUKOTON July aThe con femes on the silver bill mvo reached an and It Is understood It is on the btwls of tho purchase of ounces of silver tlie ColleeUng NOUTH July eat bound Northern Iaelno freight train boarded near here Sunday by two When theconductor asked for their compelled Will Get Points From the CAMP July corn nanles of the Third from of Col are in camp here with tho Third regiment Wisconsin na tional commanded by Moore of a The regulars will re main till and will afford oppor tunltlw for the militiamen to gain in struction I routlne M picket construction of patrol duty aud other field MlhllUtH 1AWB July trial of tho Nihilists resulted in tho conviction of U volt aud eaoh of whom was sen tenced to three years Imprisonimm and n nnv a of francs the wife of and a female nHrned Kromberg were When so icnco was pronounced Orlowlskt do claed that he would be happier in a Vreneb prison than In the mltiBS of Si He JIM July court In London Will Kuril on Great July firm of Uowoll of this composed of U of and OworKO of have contracted for the seed wheat to acres In Hooks Ki in famous Solomon this They have BdverMtyd tor WO teams to break the U will cost to put in the 1 JJe He Would tlo July V Ittto principal of the public committed suicide Saturday by UkliiK retired to bat od lid dressed himself and thiii took the fatal From a diary and Vcvap book loft by Ulm It that he wius afiiild of Drowned W July HJohn who has been summer at tho Hi In this was bathing lu BRUTALUY MUHDEREP A Horrible Crime Committed In Mada wiuku bos reached hero of a murder which was com mitted at in Madawaska about five miles from the large town of Grand A man named John about 55 years was found dead on the road near bta owuhouse at an early hour in the morning Ills head was cruBhed almost to a the murderer having struck his vietim with a large sharp stone on the 1 ho cheek bone was crushed In and the eye pro The w ttvn large flat which wolahod about fifty crushed in the bucx part of the So far no arrests have been but suspicion points to aperson with whom the decoaaud had hud some AnInquest wns hold oner aud a verdict ot willful mur ler wan rendered against some person un known to the jury A July arln the federal court an Indictment was returned BBalnst Gertrude of Law reiice for The case is a a largo number ofcountertelt ISO gold pieces had been put in circulation In The counterfeits were Anally traced to who Is handsome and a member of one of the bfit of Ohio She was ar rested and the evidence against her Is said to The makers ot the coins are still nivOffurod for With VHrloL NBW July on inoffuu Ivo looking young was badly burned about the face and neck and dis figured for life earlrSunday a vitriol Young Miller is em ployed as a ckrk in a Grand tea Be quit work about and bile passing ft house on Blvlngton street Tn unknown man threw the liquid over him without Millers oft part of biiTleft cheek and part of the nook and scalp are badly IlMlsted the llerUllon July convicts In tho state prison at Charleston mmlo a riotous demonstration Sunday when the Her tlllon system of prison recently odopted by state went Into SSS When the details of the sybtem were read to the they sot up the cry which signifies The men were locked up In their co but be came so noisy tha It was found necessary to place 100 of them in solitary confine Killed by a Hcxluim Job sou of Albert a lawyer and politician of WM shot mid killed at Plnw Altos ly a Mexl can womnn who keeps a Imrdlug YounK who was 28 years of hmUome words with the woman when 1liu whose name to Cande says tbat she did not Intend to kill but shot to scare Bho Is under OSS V AntiHuSting The circulation of electricity through toe tends to purify to destroy anutuUfw and vegetable to keep the water sweet x Every Article Bears a Labi Which give to eaoh purchaser an a solute guaran as For Sitle iby SOLE DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND Qualities and Styles Than Inany other houae in In consequence of the PRF4T BXTKNT df our SALES we are enabled to do jESOL on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it a roc ognlzed fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE x i rS VBlloJ Stock Of in ftjl Munlor unU July Kent uhot his LUzle and than Both were dead when found ihot through the Kent lUito GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Bates Complete Of good bbt Wai tfrJuad of Buoh Jat who Wend ol George Piw w plttcer olowly to some   

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