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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph July 31, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 31, 1890, Alton, Illinois AXTON XA I LY TE I „E GRAPH. VOLUMK 30. \I/I OX, ILL., Tlll'IISDAY evening, july ANI) Report of the Proceedings in Congress. good showing in the senate. Cockrell    u    to tho A mini ut of Matin*** Tran.o/ted la tho •enate, Shawlng That It I. Way Ahead • ho lf un*# It. I t glalattvr Work lo avo* of A l> o lte>, *t • <t by Ilona« Mouther* Mentor Morrill's the Tariff Addrest on WITHIES AT COST. ^We muat have Room fpr oar NKW HTtK K Of ALBUMS and PAPK-TKRIB8 now under way. Hence, we offer our present stock POPULAR Sheet Music, (Cif AM. J, IIM JKX HART, hole A ar hi.) CHOICE SELECTIONS XA IOC H TM Milt\\<.m f*tj ll TM -RIUS OF HIK PIANO AND ORGAN. AT (’(VHT. • hojmtl,* U .Iii. tty...... ► Ijr Away Galop, by ,    Dream    Waite, by I Impatience flan in tiaiop ,t»f I in tiw> (Sunshine. hy Jar* Trust* March, by .. Moment Muttra!, by I f'teffill Koruiu, by ......... ! it unman «.rand March, by I -tar of %ffmcf ton Slower of lit mf* '.alop, by. “ Waite, by.,,,. W teeth Watts, by Att Ae., ...©a latin Wain., Brt'tborn) ■ *tr anhima I ana<*. ■ Knlffbt betoil bart. • • i>r*enc •... I ruck llartmann "troabhog Wa«iij<«to» Citt, July AL —la the •anat# Wednesday the resolution offered by Sherman Tuesday for tbs daily meeting el tho satiate a lo «. I,, wa* taken up I v<x broll said h« wouldsupport th.* raw*-i tut'OU, and made a long statement aa to , the amount of biitinaa* transacted by Ute •enate th# pres. ut session, show tug that po t in 'ni>i id sm bul llot negl.-rted or , the time of the senate wasted. The whole iHiinter of hills disposed of by the senate was I,MA. i nn house passed MS out of IO,t«n billa introduced Of th# senate bills passed, the bouse had only paaatd SCU,wbile of the bouse billa the senate had paused *s 0,1 u*® kouaa calendar of Nils pawd-I login the committee of the who!*, there Were SWI, of which pat were senate Mila I here were Hi senate 1411s (acted on by bons# romtnitteesi now on the bouse cal-endsr with I be Rot. bete of the one-man power securely resting on that calendar The reaa. u that the h.rtiaa bad not done more busine* and di.pawl of more NIM, was that ii p, tu orgaolxaUo®. and in its chfuiawl ruiea, the fundaiuen Md^principiea of parliamentary discus After further remarks by Cockrell to Ut* . POLITICAL CONVENTIONS. the Pat roils    I*. ohlbttlonUts al ■ ms lag. Alleh. I • iMiessee awd Non Ii Ila-kola ll <pu bl leans. La XKI si ^ Mid* , July HI —After a lengthy debate Wednesday .,,n*noon the *'roo* convention appointed a commute' of flea ti* de. hie with the executive *r,i the form of independent political •ctlon the order shall uke, and they touched the conclusion that no state ticket would he place,] in the field but .,h'y WftaM »ll I gmlative and congrveMoaal tickets «nd invite in all reformers. They desire to capture the United State* senator Ka-Puhi eau* look upon this action aa a triumph for their party, The l*r«n, hit I waists. Th# Pro Id Nt ion State convention met Wed ne day at Huck’* Opera bouse with i;&delegatee pm sent W L Id.ten of IVni water, who ran for the « gloat ore on the Derms ratio ticket two jins Hk’o, Has appointed temporary an man J he morning was taken up *"• Um> butine work of orgsniiHtiou. Tennessee H<|,abl iran*. NtMYiUI, Tenn., July 3L—Th# Repute dean state convention was called to order It anoa by Hon. John J. Walker, of the •tate (ommtttea. Ile designated Hon c.tcbariis Taylor, of Shelby county, as temporary chairman. and J T Boyd and " **■ U»>u,° •« aecretaries, which action a ss approved by tto- convention. T here I- a large attendance of .leiegatea, with a fewer number of colored men .rn band than usual After ti.e appointment of the various committees the convention took a race** till 3 p. ta. SHIPT IIT THE PUM A Raging Conflagration at Sen. eca Falls, N. Y. JI  _ IT ORIGINATED IN A FIRE-TRAP, A Bargain. horlh Lakota IU*publican I .invention. MIX VK ApoLjg, Minn., July M - The Journal * Grand Forks. N. IK, special -ay* The Republic in mate convent!on reassemble Wednesday morning, but the era tent jai* commit cee wa* not ready to report and au adjourn!! cot until Wpm. And Spread with A sn si I ny Rapidity ta Motnr of the r Illest KnMness Nlwkt In the Cl»r. Whleh teem Destroyed -Help Rendered from Other To*,,, ..d the TI arnee IU sally inkdasd After a Hard and I,.,rig I ight. RvIM. sit, X v , July 81 - A special to Hie Herald from Scneon Falls givsa the following particular* of tbs Ars there: I he inevitable bas occurred. Tbs Paw building, against the erection of which thr.c or more years ago such earnest protea cann,Ste fulflllwd iu rn lesion a* a *i» ‘rap. and it I* feared that it has also proven a death trap. A few minute* a ter .1 o'clock Wednesday morning the building. Which was directly oppoaite Hoag S Opera bouse, in f all street wa* discovered to ta- burning in Sutherland * i re* rest a urn it In a few minutes Hie entire structure was on Are. Had naught but Hie shelf suffered there would have been trining cause for regret, but at T .he k Hie fairest commercial tmrtiou of the town was in nolle-, or in flame*. The '’“•Wing wa- approached from Nit one s,de, and the atmo-pherv quickly betta hew* bot that the Ii* awn could endure it. BRICK Hi (thick Walls) Larga Cellar with Water In House l°T 60x100, not effs. t that tBe Democratic senators would    w** ,*is4''1    Doe    member precipitated come early and stay late to la. dilate loris-    ,,‘K. '»***«<«•    de.    ating that the creden latten, but they wan e.! the heimbltran    * Ac Ac. t.lese Ac. Third ani Piasa sis. ALTON, IU. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Roienfeldt. MN'Af, *Ah It IX* nu MKN TA!,; Mc a ( opy OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Qooies. (’Htoloifur FICKS on Vppllft. tlon, or Malled FRBK kl ain Addfm. Chas. J. Degenhart, Third and Pina sts. - Alton. II —„ Republican senator* ludo th* same, then solution wa* •greed to. nenatatr Morrill an the Tariff. the "enate on the tariff IAH Ile made a general statement •• to the effect of I tie NII. He said by •dding to Ute free lint of last year the article* which the (lending NII placed on the free list, a Is tut or*, half of th*- importations iron, fcuvign counted, • w,,uid is ly fte* from ail coatoms dut •teant that th* dutlaW* tin!* committer was Hen *ht on* h. ’packed" in favor of * diminished from |.**fi,u»,uuu to t"    1    ,,li    t,w    fr**    L»t would be i ne re asci u. Ada, AOD UU, jf ^ rate of duty covered th* entire . **oiis. Ute average rate of duty «fk»r cent. A* there was amount of importations I Alif, it wa* Minimal j to dutlmon artielmof luxury and foreign fashions that requited skilled labor and that were coominwd by thorn who Were •bay u* support the burden. High as the LABOR TROUBLES AT DUQUOIN. oms Jteyr-, ♦•machs" Won Over ta th* •inkers—Lynching r*lk. Iii tit',un, UN. July 81.. The twenty-li»c 'olored miners im|x-rt**«| from Springfield by the Jupiter Mining chupatty wvre met at th- Itarrack* Monday night aiaolute- • an « .**ked bv the uhite min. rn to st ay”,,ut importation    them. The strik importa would be ■o large an • kempt from Impose higher •Tfi* I to pay their fare back to Springfield,b it the only promise that the miners tnA*ie wa- to meet their committee at the mines at to o’clock Tuesday. The Strikers' ancress. At 0:88o'clock Tu< alay morning, sll of the miners lieiug i*ul, a procession iiradsd by a man carrying an A en* rte va flag »*«i • bras* ban I was focused, and about tjs.A> miners marched to th* mine*, where a committee of four met an equal number I Crowell, Aquirea, Hr,** store Ic be, they had u!    men,    and    it was soon agreed out the foreign I *    men    should    quit    the Ready Mixed Paints I Oils — AGENTS FOH THE— St Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES Md JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves aillt llanos Block I >i.linoit*I and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sbeot- .Ja wEf«r'    Md    Spraying    Pump*. New Home Md MI bito Sewing Machine*; $.10 ump*. each. Agent* for the CeleliratBd Stoieliater Fan laws. —FINE LINE OK - Carriaces. Busies anil Sjne? laps 8*. Uu Ik*t HOA]) CART u,. World for $10 EK. Hardware mid 1-arm Machinery, Alton, III, i sustonts duties appearwi •ot and would not shut nstiojui where labor cam- nlurb l*** w,NPw than ll did in the I bited Mutes; nor would it shut out tb* American {leopir never OUMtnvJ general mercbandiw at h-ss cml Th# III natured denunciation of America* , tnanufscturers by orstorial free traders I    *°    lf    ach    then*    and indicated that they preferred the prosperity of the f-leiga manufacturer to that of their own countrymen. Th* Mow** Market. Morrill made a outu|iarieiio of wag** in thi* 0(*t»ntry aud in Europe, and claimed that the depression la agricultural product* was g« tieral throughout the world, Th« true remedy for this depression w«* •c create a greaisr market at home by    ^    .    -------- greater diversity of horn* industrial em I    * bites declare that    un I. wa they accede fkVKMmt, aud with the abounding min-!    lfc<,ir    trouble    may be ■Tai resour«et of the Unikd States th* ! I*’*lH!    kl*    hour    Tuesday    night tmh would not appear difficult ll* eon-1 *.    men    who    .greed    lo    do    so    left premise, it* Isrfy. a-,d the committee no lilied 11.' ti. of the ?«t [ Wild Tola Free stout. Thirteen of tho cQioccd men, however, were determined to stay, aud as yet have md been indued to leave, although _ burn the Up-ho'jo..- are said to have l*».-n made by the wl.iteu, who were orderly Tues lay morn *ug. but later went to drinking aud grew Very unruly, The iMrracks will aocom mo-tate fifty un a and are so situated that nerves to them without detection hi dim cult The Negroes teed Armed. The tenants are all armed and say that they will, if molested, shoot to kill, while truvertsd ' he statement* made as to the depression being eau* d by exceastv* farm mortgages, and predicted that the forthcoming census returns would te ar out his statement that farm mortgage indebted ness w*a much less than was generally supposed. With reference to imports of foreign agricultural products, Morrill •ald there had heel* imj-orted front Canada front lw« u, I MHO, iaelasiv*, f J ir; ;i-*i WI worth —*—■ ** * the lisrrack* and later for Mpriagfield A SWELL AFFAIR. Lusrhros at Mrs. Curari ins Vanderbilt *• Oakland. ” N aw port, R t. July SL—The weather dM not pron*lee well for Mrs. Cornelius VanderNlt’s luncheoo at “Oakland,* la  ^ ^    iwuiihINirteinouth, Tuesilay. Alargetent I wind)., ti iy breadstuffs, jn’ga **r ^ cl«<h erect**! on t be* |**ki tooth * * ’    ‘    of    the    farmhouse    and    in    cit did not untruth, REDUCTION SALE - OF SUMMER SUITS ANO PANTALOONS MAURI TO OH IJ Kit. PERFECT FIT UIS SATISFACTION CDABANTEED AT BRUEGGEMAN .BRO (Sur$s8or to A, Brueggeman*) Artistic i/'.oring and Gent’* Furnishing Goods Emporium 221 Plana street. S, toe#, eg tis|, tobacco, beans ami i-eas barley aud mall To done that Amar lean farmers did not need and have protection, was a gigantic Tbs Sugar Italy. In reference to the removal of the sugar duty, Jforiil claimed the reduction in price would be equal to |5 per annum for every family of five persona, and lf by a bounty, the home product of sugar could be Urge enough to .apply home .uniiimi* tKui, WO,Mum,<SIU that now goes .broad annually wouid bs kept at maut!. In e<>a-eiusua! Viorr ll said that any amend, rnents offered in good faith that would improve the Nil, would be cordially received, but any attempt to engr*!! thor— I upon it. he hoped would be rejected. Us wa* |i#r*uaded that the {ta.sage of the Nil would give itew life and stability to business interest* of th* American courage and hope to American workers,’ •nd cover th* republic with countless biassing*. Th# consideration of the bill by n*m-grsphs wa. resumed, and Mci’Urwai's amend (arui u> make th* duty on chromic acbl it iwr cunt. ad valorem, instead of a cent. a pound wa* rejected. At 8 -A p. ll* hensfor Carlisle took the •nor in opposition to the tariff UU. tines* Delano. Th.* *!*akf-r laid before the house Wednesday morning flftrs-n mjues** fur leav e of ab cnee. Chcadis. Intl , a Ami whether there wouid be a quorum Nit if tho#* rvip ^t.wri,' g-auted. The -.j^skcr unable to answer the que*. Dm Itansn. of New Jersey, thought the nqvdi betu r lie over until it could Im a*.. ruined, ami this was sgreed to McColl*«*, of Maryland, called up the com : ference report on Uis District of Collin* Na appro,.Marion bill, aud the house con-stdetewl ii PresMeatisl S • utlasllons. Wash 1 K«*T<tx GITT, July ll The pre*! deni ha* sent to the senate th# following nominations: Thaddeus 8. Hharmlt, of lf Arr land, In be general appraiser of mer chandi***, under lite th* provisions of th* act approved June lo. I mo. Ixmi* Bm rats. of Duilsiana, to he coiusr of th* nihil al X« w Orleans Tin be registers of lend offices K 1%. Rotter's, of ('al&fornis Bt Kscrsm.-uu*. Cal A Cardon, >1 Mon 1 tana At Miles Cit/, Mont To I* reoeiv-rn* of puIdle* looney» it J. Monroe, of I Idaho, at Lew iston, Idaho; A G. Cable, of Wheeling at liuffoia, Wy To tie Indian eute—D 9 Royer, of Routh Dakota, st rn Pin# Ridge ageiioy in .South Dakota, George Si .ell, of Moo tana, at the Black * feet agency in Mon tau*. proximity lo th. kitchen, whew no leas than a cook* were at work preparing one of the most elaborate luncheon* orth* season J everything wa* served hot, A raise.! pint form kept the feet of the ladles front ! coming ta conto, t with th# wet gross. | Seven full courses were M-rvs.1 and at least seven kinds af win* brought out Mr and Mrs. Vanderbilt tvcalvcd (hair guest, under a towering oak trm After the menu had lawn fully discussed th* Ku* -t* inspected the form, cattie, borean, •keep, and so forth There was neither music nor Untiring, but two 1— hall innrs v* re forutot and a match game wa* played. Over one-half th* play em were ladies. •ald h<- wa* Don Mem I sated far Loser aer. Lincoln, Neb, July SI.—John II. Powers, of Hit. hciek county, president of the state Farmers' alliance, was nominated for governor on the second ballot by the ind*-|a*intent ja >»p!e'« slate convention. | W. ll De. k of Haundrrsrouoty, wa* uom It.sie.1 for lieutenant governor and Charles M. May bury, of I Nu nee county, for sccre-I tar) ol -tat.- Harglsia Make a Haul. j l>*sVICR, Colo , July ti —Burglars et*, tared the local ticket ..(hoe of «h* Union Pacific railr . id, at Heveut.t-nth and Larimer streets, some tim# after midnight, blew open ti e safe, aud ribbed the « ash •n*x of about Ol.WO The |s»li. e arreate.1 four lie d Tin - lay, who are suspected of being impi!. *t«d Train Ie teak# Asstier Trip. TKOMv Wash, July XL—Tbs ledger states that George Francis Train has made airangenients with that paper to1 make an att. ti pl to te at th* record for a trip around the w«wid. Train will leave Ta. oma on the sieauuhip Chm* Aug. I, : and say* lie can make the circuit of the gh*;*e in fifty-seven days. Death of a Paiuoa* sp. Inter. NI w VOUK, July -IL—Walter ti liegeman. known I*, the entire athletic ump! as a I.audit apprr and sprinter, die*! Turn ■la) ..Der a I* Mg ami ; ainful Ulm a.. Ilia d«-iith was c.niM*d h> a cancer at the Iwusi of the brain, lite result of an a*«'dental blow. The Up. r» Haase Destroyed. Tlw splendid Phenix block, involving the electric light plant, the electro roil- way Plant th*. p*»i,gptl..    „maf The Reveille printing ct abashment, ii*. Courier. iSaudcraoas in rn* lure ware rooms, and the Western Union telegraph office succumbed to the flam,s*, and tour bouw fifteen atotvs suet of It, t., tho Sheldon Modi, were mined. The f! *m.-s •prang across th* at met to Hovg - (tiara house Is*fore an bour bad p*s*. l a.. I -hat waa imsiimal, with all of Fall * iv.-? on that side east to the Sheldon Mock while on the north side the co operative id,„ k was til* limit. On Slate street It.e flanos, extended to and im Dried Kellogg'. 11 Terr I •teble, bul ail of his atock woe satod. •|»r»-sd sd th* Kl sloes. In Mal* atrail the fir. Up(w.i up th* lf misoa house ami Mo* ksmith ebon George s Urter shop, Farnesovs' stere th# Norcott block, including ttomWs* iiqnot st* ta, itniTs ctg*t fM u>ry, H *«#,* * *c. "t>d I tend store, (’hiiM-se laundry l*eui-snir* shoe shop, Kellogg * livery an I the two rear holmes next literate. Among the tenants w) o lose heavily ara The Journal cm.* Nuuaold Un**. NVllie j anlage, It C. vt ayne, Jacob Allen, John ll. lawrence, Sutherland 4k Madden's news room. Maurer mid barber aho*, Mn* Hoditqr'a milliner* tan R .et k'a and Gilmor ’* drug . ripre* ami Hang s drug Blore, t erne) it Vt aller** hard wore atom. Hill'* grocery, i Addioon s sh.*- ato."^*, Uutilips 4b Hawi. * -. hardware sloe lilt si md Us dry gotMls store, te.n** rime, it-Me* n.aiiy tetiante in lh* r.e»rnab"vc the %u,rv* Help lr..hi Dther I oh na A steam.r came Loin Waterloo won I after daylight, and aUnit Oo'cl s k a train I came in with a steamer from Geneva. Aa extra steamer from the .-Goby works was B S" ill servie*, trrsides the two tillage steamers. Ail three newspapers mn burned out, and the telegraph and let*. phone service is I d The tilensM* A I tai lev works were several times or, Bra. but the flames were kepi down, with llttto Ipjury. Th# Union Telegraph company ara doing busine* at the railroad Marion The fire wa. under ooutrol at V o'clock in the morning. The fire was confined to the territory already Ranted. The buildings cousumed eruhra,.. ,tarty three store*, the livery I Macksiuith sh.*,., and thine houses, and I Hoag • hotel I w. uty five of the huti.l logs were of brick and fn»m two to three Mori cs la hight, and only one of them for I husiuca* purpose* wa* vacant. lasses sad lnsnrsnee. Tbnw rd the best equh*|icd printing offl ! resin the state. Th# Courier, Reveille, and Journal, lie Im*riel in the ruin* Hut afew losses and in* tr ta-* are obtainable. The !«>•» on tho opera h oise t» about oat. Ow, insurance *to..Mty, Jloag’a Mud , OUU, insuraiMv    R. Q Wayu*. fit’. t*W, ittsuram*    A Idtaon'a loss flu,'. •rat. lusuraiicv Ol.iwn. Jaooby, the iosur-anc# mat*, places the loss at IVJu.tXU, with s probable insurance of one quarter the nm.'UBt The loss on buildings u est I niatr.l at about ©DttyO) The mail woe wholly removed from the the sate could Depot, TTSILIS?  H*m*r must be SCU}. Dorsey & Mann Belle street. ARK ACKNOWLB!**HD TMK Amplest, IHosl Lasting and Economical - Ii EM AI NR— Unc icnged through Years ITchw don*! be gtilD .I ■rung «*X|M-rlij»«'iitMl *i<»\«-m, «lly. liim “OW lM >■ Into OUT A. J. HOWELL (DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAIN.*, CLOTHS, RUO j, Ac. OIL Our p"*t office, but ma I* reached, and the books, money, Stamps, etc., R is hoped are safely wet down In the water* of the raceway beneath. Grand Army ball in I the third story af the Daniels block la I among th* th figs that were. A |>art of the rec*gt|# of Cruse |ae«, inclmling tu charter and the irreparable bes of inst** railes and it mo lieu tea. will he a sou rue of regret lo *. U-ran. Jolm Dut, of the paid f fir.-deport ti en r. had a leg broken bv fifing pipe and base Al! tlw >aioom* close.1 by oRler of I'res dent Ruiusey Defrauded HI* Uurh.uea. Utica, N, Y„ July n.-L* (Grands I Mora fiord, a man of some prominence ’ hew. wa* amated Tuesday night un a ’ requisition front DeauayDania, charging hint with bringing property into ll*rn state from IV ;t nay I van I a with intent to I defraud bb creditors. He wa* a bunter contractor tm the firm of F H St t; \\\ Do.nlyear. of li>.ff.,!o, and employed HJ5 men, to whom, it U alleged, he owed at •Mi. it is said that on July §t haotead of paying hts men with MMU), whuh he received for that purpose, be drove hie hor*., , aud w ig.m a> mas the state line, taking the cash with him. ll* ie stent years .J ag* aud ha* a milm and children in this city. Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities .‘and Styles- 'Flan in any otbor bout* it GKK AT EXTENT of our Alton. In coiBcquem * 0f tho Buat aes* on a VERT CtOSE^ MAKOIN* "*** * ** oguixml fact tluit we ban cl Ie by far it it a rvx* LAUG Kit QUANTITIES OF GOODS" THAN ANV OTHER H!X;SK IN Tf E CII *    “ rn firs. prpv.,1,.,,, f0r Spring Sulu'wUiox'    tai Most &!r1Uionablel atvles,    — guaranteeing A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. urn receiving a lar<*e an I A Denial frow Governor < * ><ph*l|. Coli Wits I Moo, J:,|y SSI.* Governor Cam bel I d.",fs ti a* he Bald, a* represent,*! in a published interview, that he would rweiMt with the stat" militia any attern ut to enforce th* federal electio t hill la Ohio if M sh uid to* >me a taw. War 4 gat ms* th# Trumps. lh•"sic, I*., July SI —Th# city authorities have inaugurated a war agama* 11 sin j,*, arresting theta under the pro visions of th# Bnti-traiup taw cg this elate Nine were captured Tuesday and each sentencd to Un dais ...bor nu Ute st -eta This move has cleared the town of ira t for the preeeut. Kilt} - Mio# Miners Rescued. I’ 'UIS, Jul> SI,—Th# I‘ti is* tor pit at St. Kitten ne, in whld. an exploaloa of flrv damp ocBnrrud I •iosdBy, has heeo cleared aud fifty nine h.hh u have been rascued The bodies of ni ;u,y r.ght victim* have been rcovcred. Illinois Legislature. HpRiXi.iiki.f}, I.!,, July SI.—In the senate Wvduesda) lite World'a fair loan bill baa passed. In th# house th* constitutional amendment wa*, approve*! after con sidcrable dctete. H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Thirdst. ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: July 31, 1890