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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 31, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON 1AILY VOLUME THURSDAY EVENING ALBUMS PaPETERIES AT must have Room for our NEW STOCK of ALBUMS and PAPE TERIES iiow under we offer our present stock AT Third anl Fiasa ILL A Report of the Proceedings in A GOOD SHOWING IN THE CONVENTIONq Htiilfiiiont to the Amount In Hie hhnwlnKTlint It IK Alien tlio HIMIM n Work Luiivim of UiMiuciitiid by The Ever 1 POPULAR 1JC Sliect sole CHOICE SELECTIONS PIANO flND Away ertriKlo Dream nputJonco Danjo i uk Frosts nvful usslun rand by arof Airectlon owerof Koses i ieatli iV THE The Stepping by Sidney VOCALAM lOc n OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalojfiio FRI3E on JMailcd FltEi to any Third and Piasa II Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Charter M Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Bnildimr and Shoot ing Lift and Spraying NOW Home and White Sewing Machines Agents for the Farm LINE Best KQAD CART the World for Hardware and Farm REDUCTION SALE SUMMER SUITS AND PANlALOONS MADK TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED is July tho lonute Wednesday the resolution offered by Sherman Tuesday for the daily meeting of the senate at 10 was taken Cockrell said he would support the reso u ions to the amount of business transacted by the senate the present showing that public business had not been neglected or the time of the senate The whole number of bills disposed of by the senate was The house passed out of bills Of the senate bills the house had only passed while of the house bills the senate had passed On the house calendar of bills pend ing in the committee of the there of which Ha were senate There were 341 senate bills acted on by bouse committees now on the house cal endar with the iron heel of the oneman power securely resting on that I he reason that the house had not done more business and disposed of more was that it ignored in its organization and m its changed the fundamen tal principles of parliamentary discus After further remarks by Cockrell to the effect that the Democratic senators would come early and stay late to facilitate legis but they wanted Republican senators to do the the resolution was agreed Senator Morrill on tho Morrill then addressed the senate on the tanlt He made a general statement as o the effect of the He said In adding to the free list of last year the arti cles which the pending bill placed on the free about onehalf of the importations from foreign countries would be absolute ly free from all customs That meant that the dutiable importations L trom to and that those on the free list would be increased to If the rate of duty covered the entire importa the average rate of duty would be per As there was so large an amount of importations exempt from it was necessary to impose higher duties on articles of luxury and foreign fashions that required skilled labor and that were consumed by those who were able to Mipport the High as the customs duties appeared to they had not and would not shut out the foreign mercliniidiHB of nations where labor com manded much less wages than it did in the Lnited States nor would it shutout the fact that the American people never Kencml merchandise at less ine Illnatured denunciation of American manufacturers by oratorial free tradei indicated that they preferred the prospe ity of the foreign manufacturer to that o their own Tim Morrill made a comparison of wages i this country and in and claiine that the depression in agricultural prod was general throughout the world ilie true remedy for this depression was to create a greater market nt homo by i greater diversity of home industrial em and with the abounding irin eral resources of the United States the task wouldnot appear He con troverted tho statements made as to the depression being caus d by excessive farm and predicted that tho forth coming census returns would bear out his statement that farm mortgage indebted ness was much less than was generally With reference to imports of foreign agricultural Morrill said there had been imported from Can ada from I WHO to 271 principally pota beans and biirley mid To deny that Amor can fanners did not need and did not have was a gigantic The Niignr In reference to the removal of the sugar Morlll claimed the reduction in rlco would be equal to per annum for every family of five and if by a the home product of sugar could M large enough to supply home consunip that now goes abroad annually would be kept al In con Morrill said that any amend lients offered in good faith that would mprovc I he would be cordially ro but any attempt to engraft thorns upon ho hoped would bo rejected Ho was persuaded that tho passage of tho bill would give new life and stability to business of the American people courage and hope to American workers and cover thu republic with countless i The consideration of the bill para graphs was and Mclhersons amendment to make the duty on chromic ucid 15 per ad instead of 0 cents a pound was At Senator Carlisle took tho floor in opposition to thu tariff July n longliy debate Wednesday tho Palrons convention 1 a commlt leo of five with the executive board the form of independent political action the order shall and they reached the conclusion that no state ticket would be placed in the but ns an they would nominate tin Igislative and congressional tickets mvito in all They desire to capture the United States publicans look upon this action as a tri umph for their The Prohibition state convention met iu day forenoon at Mucks house with 175 delegates w of Penl who ran for the the Democratic ticket two years WIIH appointed temporary The morning was taken up with the routine work of A Raging Conflagration at Sen eca IT ORIGINATED IN A Thellcipub lican stale convention was called to order noon by John of the state He designated Hon of Shelby as emporury and Boyd aud Lipton as which action was approved by the There Is a large attendance of with n fewer number of colored men on hand than After the appointment of the various committees the convention took a recess till y North Dukotii lupnljllciui July Journals Grand special says The convention rej assemble Wednesday morn in but the report and an adjournment until 2 was One member precipitated a not debate by declaring the creden tials committee was packed in favor of And inroad IlHpldlty to Fluent In thn Which Itrnilcrcd from Other Towns anil the KlninrH Flnnlly Hnbdued After n Ilarrt Long July special to J llc Herald from Seneca Falls gives the Opera j following particulars of the flre there W The inevitable has The IJew against the erection of which three or more years ago such earnest pro test WIIH fulfilled its mission as a lire and it is feared that it has also proven tt death A few minutes after 3 oclock morning the which was directly opposite Hoags Opera In Kail was discovered to be binning in Sutherland bquires restaurant Jn a fewminutes the entire structure was on Had naught but the shell suffered there would have been trifling cause for but at 7 0 clock the fairest commercial portion of the town was ashes or in The 1 ew building was approached from but one and the atmosphere quickly be came so hot that thu liixinen could not endure Opirn House The splendid Phrenix involving the electric light the electric rai 1 way plant the express JLne Jieveille printing The Sandersons turukure ware Union telegraph A BE LABOR TROUBLES AT Won Over to the July twenty live colored miners imported from Spring field by the Jupiter Mining company were met at the barracks Monday unl asked by the white miners to J of the barracks built for The strik ers offered to pay their fare back to Spring the only promise that the miners minkwas to meet their committee at tLie mines at 10 oclock Tlie At oclock Tuesday all of the miners being a procession headed by a man carrying an Ameiicrin flag and brass band was and about 800 inimrs marched to the where a committee of four met an equal number of the colored and it was soon agreed thatthe men should quit the premises in a and the committee no li lied them of Ihe TulU Thirteen of the colored were determined to and as yet have not been induced to although threats to lynch them and burn the Up said to have been made by the who were orderly Tuesday morn but later went to drinking and grew very The barracks will accom modate fifty and aiv so situated that access to them without detection is diffi The NogrocK Well The tenants are all armed and say that they if shoot to while the whites declare that unless they accede to their wishes serious trouble may be looked At a late hour Tuesday night 10 coloed men who ucreetl to do so the barracks and later for office the within four hours fifteen stores east of to the bhcldon were The limes sprang across the street to Hongs Opera house before an hour had passed and that was with all of Fall s reel on that side east to the Sheldon while on the north side the cooperative was tlie On Hute fliimw extended to and included Kelloggs livery but al of his stock was Spread of tlui In State street the fire lapped up the Hudson house and blacksmith shop George u barber KarnesseV store the including liquor Halls cigar factory secondhand Chinese Deui son s shoe Keiloggs livery and the two rear houses Among the tenants who lose heavily are The Journal Xunnold Nellie Jacob John H Squires s news store millincn A an Kieecks and iilmorus druu stores and Wallers hardware HII1H grocery AililiKon s hardware Howes Imt many unmits in tlie rooms above Help Other A steamer came from soon after and about oclock a triUu came in with a steamer from An exira steamer from the works wan also in besides thu two village Ail three newspapers art burned and tho telegraph and tel phono service is The Cihano 4 JSailey works were stveral times o Dorsey Mann 310 Belle A SWELL Luncheon ut CoriiulliiB Vumlerhllt July weather lid not promise well for Cornelius Vanderbilis luncheon at in A large tent S ivd cloth was erected on the lawn north ft he farmhouse and in close proximity o the where no less than a dozen ooks were at work preparing one of tho nost elaborate luncheons of the vcrylhing was served A raised hitform kept the feet of the ladies from oming in contact with tho wet Seven full courses were served and at list seven kinds of wine brought and Vanderbilt received their guests under a towering oak After the menu had been fully discussed the guests inspected the and so There was neither IIIIIMC nor but two ball nines were formed and a match game was Over onehalf tho players wero AT BRIJEGGEMAN s to Artistic iXioring and Gents Furnishing Goods 23i Plasa L Tho speaker laid before tho house Wednesday morning tifleen requests for IOAVIW of whnlher theie would be a quorum lolt if thase requests were The sjieakor he was unable to answer tho ques of Now thought tho bitdrllo over until it could and this was agreed of called up the con ference report on tho District of Coluiu biu appropriation and tho house con j IfeHliloiltiul ASM IM IM IN July irenl donl hassont to the wMiato tho following1 Thaddonn of tn bo goneral appraiser of nior iindoitlio Un provisions of act approved Juno iwio Louis DUB of to be coinur of the mint at New Jo bo registers of laiul olllces of At S of at To be ivueiv of public ujoneyn mi of nt Miiho of at To ho Indian of thrt Pino Hldge iiKunoy in Dakota of at Iho Illai k foot ogdiuiy lu I Nominaleil Inr July Pow j of Hitchcock president of the KariiKis was nominated for governor on tlui second ballot by the independent peoples state of was nom inated for lieutenant governor and Charlos of for secre tary uf HmKlniit Sluko u July liurglars en tored Ihe local ticket olllco of the Union Pacific at Seventeenth and Lari mer some lime after blow open tlie nbbed tho cash box of about The police arrested four melt who are suspected of being Tliliil In nr July Ledgtr states tlui jc4orgo IVanels Train has made wild that paper to make an attempt to beat tint record fora trip around the Train will Ipuvu Tiicoma on thu sleamshlp lima and says ho rim make th tjhmo in lillyseven Ociilh of n fitniniiH Npilnl NKW July Walter i Uiiiiwn In the entire IIH a handlcapper mid i day iilier n ling anil ainlul jlh diiith was by a cancer at of I lie the of circuit of the On I TlieH lliH III1I133 U flre out the flumes weru kept down wit little The Western Union Tele graph company are doing business at th railroad The fire was unde control ut oclock in the The flro was confined to the territorj already The buildings embrace thirty three the livery blacksmith and three houses am Hoags Twenty five of the build ings were of brick and from two to three stories in and only one of them for business purposes was anil Three of the best equipped printing offi ces in the The Reveille and lie buried in the a few losses anil are obtainable ihe loss on I hi opera house is WO insurance Hoars hoUl f 7 insurance Wayne insurance Addiaous loss tin Insurance the insur ance places the loss at with a probable insurance of the Tim loss on buildings Is esti mated at about The mail was wholly removed from the postollico but the safo could not be and the It is hopd are safely wot dmvn in the waters of the raceway Grand Army hall In the third story of the Daniels block is the that A part of the reenrds of Cross including iU charter and the loss of many relics and memonloos will bo a source of regret to John of the paid lire had a leg broken bv flying pipe and All tho saloons closed by order of 1rcsMcnt Illi July Grande a man of some prominence was arrested Tuesday night on a requisition from charging him with bringing pioperty into thin state from Pennsylvania with Intent to itiifrauil bis lie was a lumber contractor for the linn K of and employed 1U5 to il IK he owed W It Is said on July Inhiead of paying his men with which ho re ceived for that ho drove his and wagon across tho mate taking the cash with Ho is about H8 years and him a yvifc mid children in this IVinAuuliMt IIm j July city nuihoriJ have inaugurated u war arresting them under tho prl visions of the antitramp law of thU Nino were caplureil Tuesday and Beniinciit to ten days on This move has cleared the of for tho ARE ACKNOWLEDGED THE J i J Most Lasting and Economical through Years Please dont be ng cxneriuicntal Over 300 now in into 315 Bello HOWELL tDEALER IN t OIL WILL Blf FOUND LOWEfiConsidering Qualities land Styles LARGER QUJUVrmES OF GOODS THAN ANV OTHBIl IIOUSK IN TfE J tlis GUARANTEEING July IdllHalur pit ut in whlrli mi cxploHlon of tiro iliinip iruiiriiil luu cleared nml llfiy iiiim Imvu been Jlui I mi lies uf victims have A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third   

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