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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTOIV DAILY RAPH VOLUME THURSDAY AlHUJST ATST13 PflEBIES The Ever 1 POPULAR Sheet must have Room for our NEW STOCK of ALBUMS Jtnd PAPE TERIES uow under wo offer our stock sole CHOICE SELECTIONS AliKAXiJKD BEOINNEP AM FOK TIIK lSH OK BUS OF TJIK PIANO AND SllfillMAN AND They Have Little Tilt in the AND WARM WORDS ARE The Trouble Over Ituildliig ol an Kxeiinlve in unlcal Inn SeiMetary Nulile The Iliiumi TalliH Ahont thi s Tlnil Corrupt Meas ured Were Uned to PUSH Silver Itill n icstinj thepresident to cause no Hotlatioim to be entered into with the gov ernments of Spain anil the republics of South aud Central America in regard to th consummation of the rciprocal ar of trade b men and report results The preamble refers to lilaincs let ter on the subject in for such Iteaclicd mi WASHINGTON The mm IN A FI Failure of an Attempted Polit ical J THE PROHIBITIONISTS OF MICHIGAN A Bargain Do Lull Wullls Third and Piasa Knight Scliubort jreene Ohopstlok KJy Away Gertrude Dream by Iinjiutlenco Ilnnju In Jack Fiosts Playful HnsslanCrand Star of Airectlon Shower of lioses THE The Stepping by Sidney AM 10f a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalojur FKKK 011 or Mailed FUEE to any Third and Piasa II Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR TI1K Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Huilding and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewing Machines Agents for tlie Fan WASHINGTON KIII ato in accordance with the resolution adopteil Wednesday met at 11 oclock in the but with lees than a members present to listen to the chap Iains opening once raised the ijuestion of a A roll call only thirtytwo Hen a turn but others soon camo and by twenty minutes past 10 a quorum was mid the journal was An executive communication from Secretary inclosing a long Idler from director of the geological on the subject of irrigation and canal Biles was laid before the and Gor man linked to have it After the clerk had read part of the letter objec tion came from the Republican of the chamber to delaying public business by reading a communication that could be printed and laid before meinbera Fri day Warm Words This led to a sharp discussion about printing such documents in the and some warm words passed between Gorman and The former in sisted upon having the letter al though chairman of the printing assured him he couJd have the communication printed within four Shermun finally objected to the further reading of the He did not want business delayed by Gorman remarked that if the senator from Ohio had been in tho chamber in time this morning tinder his own resolution the document could have been read and the public business lie would not submit to have any senator intimate that because ho wanted a public document read in order xi got information from his object was to delay the public Decided Against Sherman resented the emphasising of fact that he had come fnto tho cham or llfteen minutes after the hour fixed or lie had been engaged dur ng those tifteen minutes in public busi which ho considered of more impor than listening to the rending of the lie was probably present in the iiate four days for tho one day that the enator from Maryland The senate hou decided that the document should lot be with some esented the Insinuation that because ho vanted it read he was delaying public The presiding otlieer then said he letter would be printed as a miscellan eous Consideration of the 1 MilIf Fryo made a statement in relation to the river and harbor bill to the effect that as a result of a conference between the com mittees on commerce aud tho river and harbor bill would be taken up on Friday of next The conference report on the District of Columbia appro priation bill was then taken discussed for some time and agreed Considera tion of the tariff bill was then ferrcei on the land grant forfeiture it is have come to an agreei A SAD Iliiisine Seelicr Drowned In llli Promised of ninon UtNinn if Hmthcrhnod Of Firemen down the river Tuesday nielli on inner Henrietta aud was ii nlliiir 111 to uliciul a Wednesday when thu boat was on Ihc return trip up Hit When passim Robinsons nlmut fifteen mills Fred fire man of eiiKinu on the Kansas City Ollt 10 tin point Of the steppe I on u loom plank iind fell ititij tin water between the the Ht Although a stroni Mvinuner was drawn under tliu boats and Sielibins was to luivu been married and the yoifti lady to whom he was was a member of the excursion and a witness of the fate of her she fainted away as she him in the and is now cjuite pros Dentil of two weeks of aoute borne with the utmost Kobert the well known of the died nt his Wabash at Thursday For several clays his decease was expeeied hourly and he ling I ored in a condition of complete uncon sciousness up tot lie The euiiso of his diath a painful and wasting dis ease of the ami for the last four he hns liteu eonlined to his Hobert Smith was widely known and esteemed a a a man ju dieious ill publie anilof the ntimfct uprightness of personal In the days the war he made an exceptionally good record as a gallant Tin President al ripe May to the Pulioim of In diixliy Concluded to Iliiiio n of Their Own In he Field Miidr by North Dakotn and IVnnr Mich at tempted combine of the IntroUK of In and Inion people in a new party has ended ill a grand midnight i Tiicday night the state conference of IatroiiH decided for independent party i aeliin and eight hour hater re i considered this adopted a tiou declaring it to be the sense of the conference Mint no ticket should be placed in the and pledging the order to con fine its political activity to legislative and action wrecked the hopes of the who here Wodneslay in couvenj lion with the expectation of the I Patrons but tin Prohibition lead ers made a desperate hid for the farming and labor vote by nominating for govi eriior Ilesident of Patrons ol and Workman Allen of the Knights of Labor for lieutenant and adopting a plat form indorsing everything from govern ment control of railroads and telegraph j lines to womans I The Tlclift i The full ticket chosen is as follows For I t of Slushj ing lieutenant Henry of Scheolcrafl secretary of of IJart auditor j of stale Ani son of cmniiiH aioner of land Canton ol peer utormy o j Traverse City superintendent of pub le David of Lansing I member of board of Charles of judge of supreme Noah of Aim WnMr BE Belle CAIE Harrison arrived here at oclock POLITICALNEWS night in the private car of Troulile I tot WITH Ciimjibell unil President of the Jersey Hailj road lie was met at The by his His car was switched on I made by to TluJJillv to the railroad that runs to Cape May j Press nn to re Point and the was soon in his j j He will prolwiblv remain nntil I Seeretarv laine is expected to he visit the president It is said mcorporaUm hU al the Mlaine will Harbor Friday meeting that wan to have been and will stay henuntil accoiii panying to is also snid a government revenue culler will be brought here for the use of the family during tlie balance of their HOUSE LINE Seethe Best ROAD CART the World for Hardware and Farm 111 REDUCTION SALE 01 JUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Tulk Concerning ClmreuH of Corruption the WASHINGTON In the house Gates of as a question of offered a resolution for the investigation of the charges of corruption In connection with the passage of the silver against members of the contained in a recent editorial in The Na tional Cotes snid that when a charge of this kind was made by n re spectable journal it was worth investiga Cannon of Illinois contended that if such charges were made specific anil by somebody who hnd evidence to it would bo well to look into the but under the circumstances they were unworthy of Grosvenor of Ohio thought if the house were to take cognizance of the matter it should be sent to Practically it was no A Cliiiiffe AjiHliiHt tha Rogers of Arkansas said that is was generally understood that tho speaker passed nil tho bills in the therefore the charge was an Inferemial one against the and the resolution ought to 1elers of Kansas was op posed to dignifying the article in question by paying any attention to He denied the right of the writer to make n charge lu the name of the Farmers Kielmrdson ot Tennessee considered the editorial an assault upon the integrity of the mid that body oweil il to Its fair fame to have the matter investi Not it IrlvlhKiil Th speaker decided the motion was not ft privileged In doing he said these paragraphs were constantly llonting about in tin newspnpers of the They were of vaguo character and made no statement upon which any body could bo expected to prcdicato a belief or a The house would be put to great inconvenience if any member had the rig hi on the production of a paragraph like this to demand an Oates appealed from the was by n vote of to The house I hen went into committee of the wholnon the senate In hi sundry civil appropriation and discussion of tbti irrigation clause was ro Daring Safe safe of Alex anders drug corner of Olive street and the leading thoroughfares of the was robbed al J oclock of in cash anil Iwo checks for and re The front part of thu store was lilled with customers at the and a policeman stood not KKi feet yet the thieves were Ju their haste they left a package containing behind The screen of the door on the Olive street side had been pried open during Alexanders absence at lunch and an entrance While one stood guard on tlie outside the other entered the ollice and robbed the held in this city iwo has ce aed a profound sensation in politic d cir The govern detiles the charge by a telegram irom but The Presn refuses to retrael one the hope thai Ihc wii maku a lormal The 1 maintains th it the did say thai he would pvnicel iie of tinstate from int rierence tinru t mm in the event the Lodge bill i il was necessary nationai to the federal of It still that i be cause nf the declaration that tinalleged indignation meeting wa BRUEGGEMAN BRO s Successor to Artisilc Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 Piasa Will llavn In Speaker Heed and iiairinan McKinliy anuiunen that I hey invitationn lu iniiko iiieeelies the eoniiiiK emu jialKli that if they llnd time their coiiKtcHMlunitl dutliH tlie stump Miey will devule their ellorls In lieiiDWII Maj McKlnley has a Denm cratle majority uf ivureume In and he Hiiyn it will make him hustle to arliieve Neuiililll Sanfnnl nt Nmv Viirk Intrndneed In lie day a jlint iesulutiiin declaring tliatUlK tho sense nf that toUiihliiK thu Mllijeet ci the diille ujiun hiiKitr ami idicnld lie post poimd until the lit A Cnmprnmiso Ills compromise was effected Wednesday between the Jupiter mine operators and the Doth sides make Following is the text of the contract Thu minors of mine shall resume work at with the exception of and in consideration of this concession by I he said miners Katon agrees to pay the said miners cents a ton or fifl cents a from 1 until the former check was discharged and Ibis was cause which led to the Mine Aictims Pa has surrendered the bodies of two more of the victims of Monday nights terrible They were Maggie II years of Fortythird Washington anil T years of this Kvery ouo of the missing is now accounted for ex cept Laura 1M years who is still The total number of recov ered bodies now is Wreck on the IllliioU fruit train on the Central ran into the rear end of a construction I rain in a deep cut on a curve Just above Tho engine of the fruit train was thrown from the track and turned completely while three loaded with melons were piled upon Ten cars worn The engineer of the fruit train after trying to slop his His right foot was badly Deulh ul u Mnr who fougll in lie Mexican war and also cm a m ukct du ri ng the Hlacl hawk si diid morning in he ij I year nf hi He was born 1 Jim During tlie Iwenly years Ihe old tenheinan lived with his married and had not been Inrl her I han a half lion North Dakota Ki GliAXD a very lively session here the Republican state convention nominated the following ticket Burke lieuten ant Koger Allen The oilier nominations very a of Crand was re nomiuated for of for anil Flitlie for secretary of of Walsh was nominated for attor ney lUlloliiinnteil to man who holds the seat to which Clayton was elected years was rcnominiitcd by the Democrats Wedncsday at It is concedod by the Democrats that JireckinridgeVi elec tion is while the Republicans claim he will be Isom bang ley will be the Hepubljcanruion Labor This congressional district went by a full vole last year in the election for supreme He publican stalo convention met Here Congressman Honk presid and nominated by acclamation Lewis Haxternf Nashville for governor and Smith of Memphis for as sociate justice of the supreme liaxter accepted the president of the National Colored Republican wit nessed the Jnl UCVCMKC Samuel of with one of his Held and Hlriick him several blows and discharged An hour later Flights new barn burned to the with wnrlh of hay and other at I The loss is llllccts are searching for the farm who is be I he ARK ACKNOWLEDGED THE IWosr Lasting and Economical through Years Please dont bo trailed Into trying ver now in use in our ci 315 Belle HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL IJE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities Jand Styles mAn in Alton In coMcquonce of the A I EX1KNT of our SALES we are enabled to do HUSIIHBH 011 u VERY CLOSK MARGIN and ic is a rco fact that we bundle far LARtiER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTI1HII HOUSE IN THE village dining t wn age was the can of death hasheen reecivi d horn Ihr cjiplaiii nf the liiilih Hehiiiner Ariel that she wn liunrdril liy tin nllieir IM in t he Ameiian ler I Wllli preMillled a Inpy nf pi esidcllt j In Ihn arau ul the Ariel and warn il aiil lvi him In ml mil uf lehiini thai y jun gramme wnnll lie earriiil nut j mid all neaiin he Nl u An line leiilnT tlLe 1 1 I vl Inr and Mm I i ii Ii 11 n I ly a year old a Hi at and knocked nver a Kerosene lamp The oil lire and the lad WIIN HO biuiMil i Inil he Will lam I he boys attempted to Ixlingiiisli ihe llamcs and was frightfully is a iniiiness rllnlllllH Cllllnli IN iijxsn K Tluiiu iis K ihe fourth mayor of iraml died Wednesday aged 70 vars lie was mayor in a member df Ihc convent ion in and lor several lenim mciuber of the sliile Fred the tinted iirtUl nf New is IIIH 1 urn now H laiXo an I vuriiH of Clotlw in all tbo for which I ptopared to up in tbt GUARANTEK1NG I II on His Own I Thewhic Star H William iniMI j an going Ion uI in lay ttith all open inh hn um bhl ml The almost severed A Perfect Fit Reasonable Rates and Complete 112 Third live i I bhi The almost severed Iliis r l j h attention was I trlpuur ili but hU recovory In Im I I Hitlnry und KXIMIIMX uilvaiituittiii tu BUxik Wllli ttUTFIT ril wt vtiaraiilM wkat IM HU1I U YbU faouM   

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