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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 DAILY TELEGRAPH  ALTON, ILL., WKHNKsDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27. 1800.  The Senate Agrees to the Mem orandum of Aldrich.  PLUMB THINKS IT TIME TO ADJOURN  Self oi Supplies 1 |,0l ’ i;LAIt   Tile Ever 10c  Pencil and Ink Tablets,  S,loot  Music.  I  An endless variety al lowest prim.  (I'HAS. J, I KCG RN II A RT, Hole Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  l-AKIil-1 LLY AHKANiiKli Po BtniVII'r AXU KOU TH* I HK OK TRAcF^  EES or rn* ***'"  (Mora than so of tho moat popular allude*) PIANO ANO ORGAN.  For I’m per Flowers.  Beginners’ Outfits, Materials, Etc., Etc.,  Book explaining the  UHKH Oh’ TISSUE.  FREE  t/f  on application.  I Implicit H alt/, by.......  Hy Awny Galop, by .....  Lortrude Dream Waite, by impatience (fianjo Galop), by  In tty Sunshine. by..............  Jack Frost's March, by.....  Moment Musical, by,.............  I’lavful Ronda, by ...........  Itusslan Grand March, by....!..! '‘tar of Affection Mazurka.by -bowet of Rose* i.alop, by,..,,,  “    “    Waite, by.......  Wreath Waite, by ...............  Ac., Ar., Ac., Ac.,   It* I.alii   Wallle,  beethoven. .Bt roshi* ig   Lange.  . Knight . Hohubert. ....Greene,  •. Francis Hartmann  "* trembling   UI«M  ic.  THE LATEST.  Third and Piasa sis.  ALTON, IU.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  VOCAL ASH lh '‘TEI'MISTAL) Idea Copy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies.  Catalogue Fie Kl: on AjppUaa* Hon, or Malled Fill to ain Addeem*.  Clias. J. Degenhart,  Third and Piita tis. - Alton. II  Debate na the Tartly Hill To He Clessd Wept. a end a Vote Takes—Coater***#* Report on the «..rtr r  Civil Appr.iprl lion Itll! r.jMMi Want* Absentee* Arrested —lagune Preparing on {elaborate Tariff speech.  Wahhivotox (’ITT, Aug. 27 —In the adnate Tuesday morning the memorandum offered Monday l»y Aldrich fix ing lim time for consideration of and voting on the tariff bill wa* precented, the presiding officer stating that iinaoinioii* c >naent wa* aahed for kaviug it « uteri <1 aa an order of the senate. Objection wan made by Morgan and other Democratic senator* having the memorandum take  the a bai rn of an "order of the senate;" and, after un interchange of opinion on that polit, Aldrich withdrew Du* form and confined hi* motion tea request for unan imon* eminent to the memorandum.  ...  T, T® *°    **•"■    «*••»    Curtail..  I lamb suggested that there wa* soma thing behind the matter that wa* not per feetJy apparent to tho public. The solemn interchange of suggestion* Munday la* tween the senator from Rhode Island and the senator from “Mary land remind *d him somewhat of the historic remark I a-tween the governor of North Carolina and lite governor of south Carodna [laughter); It recalled also the remark that two Rom »n augurs could not look in each other’* far. without smiling It was time that the curtain wa* running down and the light* pnt out. An agreement had been made ny which Democratic senator* were to forego their opposition (or at all events heir debating oppoeltlon) to the tariff mil, which ha* lawn described aa so utterly and abhorrently «, Jactionabto; and. oI course, he presumed that that wa* in order that something else might be had which was desirable to them. He would Inter jsaie no objection to the memorandum The to Miry Civil Hill.  The memorandum wa* then agreed to by unanimous consent. The conference report on the sundry civil appropriation lull wa* precented and read. The para graph in regard to reservoir sites, wit bi segregates an I reserves from entry a1, such silts, heretofore made or hereafter lf  »     wa *     crttU; *"»     1     »*y    Hander*,    who  thanked Hie se safe cs nferrec*, ironically f r having  h «<m rsliced the inter *t* of th. |«**pie of Montana to the insatiable maw of the bouse *  ll.Mi s.- I'r.weediMgw  Before the reading of the journal Mc-I ninny, of North Carolina, made the j oint of order that there wa* no quorum present A call of the house was ordered and but IDR me tnt ar*. responded to their names. I’ tysou of Illinois offered a rvao lutloti for the arr -st of absentee*. pending which hit Ute of Tennessee rftoved an ad journmeot. The motion lo adjourn was  f-     m     "teak#,  that th© ci©rk bm! Hnii<ufMv«l ti* him that thers were im member* pre.  •at, more than a quorum Further pro-feeding* “Oder the cull wen dispensed with and the journal was read ami an peeved.  BIG BLAZEJN^CHICAQO.  Met icker'* Handsome Theatre Destroyed by an Incendiary Tire.  CnrcAoo, Aug 27.—The act of an no-known Incendiary at 8 o’clock Tuesday morning reduced McVlrker’s beautiful theatre to a heap of chaired, unsightly ruins I hat the Are was of Incendiary gin la the opinion of the proprietors of th# house, the police officer*, and the Are ♦"department official* M. La,*.##. tty Right watchman who was in charge of the building at the time of th# Are, will ho taken in charge by Fire Inspector W.  .  hajf uat< *  b ® sam explain certain incidents which cause him to be looked on with suspicion by the Ar* department chiefs inspect.* .Shay ha* begun work on the ca**, and will make a thorough ex liminal ion into all the circumstance* eon-fleeted with the fire.  Tbs Watchman’* Story.  A* to the motive for the suspected incendiarism no one seem* shin to conjecture Is, inn 1 ! story to the ma-shal w as  na follows;  I was on duty as usual Monday night. Nothing happened till about 9-.80 o’clock alien I found a small Ere in the basement under the stage. It was between two of  flie d,easing room*. I put this Ire out and then went to the »|«th floor to send in   h '‘ l [  h  " ,r1 ^ •*«»’»! to Hie District Ivlegrsph company. Whan I came down stairs I found  (l flr ,,  in th „ basement under the auditorium near the wast wall and close to the ventilating ran. I tried lo extinguish this, bm found I could not, and then I gave the fire alarm to the District Telegraph company.  Two rireiHea Injured.  Horace Mc Vlcker eau mates the loss on  the building and properties at Min,lr*) Hie iu.urance, which was placed through the firm of Moors A Jones amount* to 1  jb\wjtl. rile “Shenandoah” company Iou file. scenery and CiMfuiues use I in the play, worth, im cord in* to Manager Al (layman, •iS.tluo, on which then- wa* no Insurance Resides this the individual mc inliers of th# compftiy lost their per-aonnl wardrobe* which were at the theatre and were worth several thousand dot-  HMH.  I ipenian John fhiffv of company 7 and I ruck man William Mueller of Hook and ladder company 6. were Injured at the fire aud taken to their home*. Duffy I* m rioiuly injured and rn ty mg reoover.  AN im NM  NO 70  Extraordinary Accidents to England's Warships  DURING THE RECENT MMStl’VERi  The Vs val Journals Unite,, I* tbs Vt he!* Affair as a Flake..—Tbs Cost to tbs (* ,v-erumen! Will Hr ai,980,000 - The Tow* of Tokay Totally Destroyed |,y Firs—to (editorial la tbs Chronicle— •tFiber* (Islaru to Work.  Lob tx g|. Aug 'lf.—It is est im a tel that the acrid -nfa to the vario is warships during the recent naval mameuvres have cost Ute government #1 iVl WI. Th*  mYO  I titians were remarkably unfortunate in this respect, some of the most extraordinary col ii dons and (dher mishap* ne-cnrring, en brr as the result of lac flit tenry on the pan ol the mon, or fanlt* in the oofisi ruci Min of the vessels And despite the enormous eostlineM of the marueuvres the naval journal* ridi uIe the whole af fair as a fl i«oo.  A Bargain.  PORTION NEWS NOTE*.  W list tbs I hronlele flecommead*.  lAxtws. Aug. 27.-Ttie Chronicle pub Reb** an editorial in which it recoin mends migration fr un the congested din tril l* of ireland to wait# Un is which require only redninstioii and cultivation to afford mntnictmn -c for the surplus pop uii.tUu. In the article the government I* urged to move rapidly In the direction in db ated, and sot wait until the poop e an wakened by starvation Tie. Chronicle concludes by ^1,,^ that all who an true patriot*, whet tier home rulers or not. can participate in this work of humanity.  LarL™>L,' Val,H) Wlth Wa, « r  1« House.  lot eoxiao.  ,, In •Splemlld ilYdghhorlioofi iinn.i, Repot, ut a Sacrifice.    ’     andy     *°  MUST BE SOLD.  MUST STOP AT ONCE.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  — AGENTS FOK THK-»♦. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS.  Charter Oak Stores and Ranges  lilmk Diamond intl Aabettot Rondo*. Building and Sheeted WMG ^     UUtl    S l na ying Pumps New Home  Md H hit* hewing Machines; $J0 each. Agent* for tho  Preparing a Speech on the Tariff:  Wamu SOTOS ClTT, Aug. 27-Senator Ingalls is preparing an elaborate speech I  u r*"‘ tfav tariff question, which he will deliver Ie.'ore the general debate upon that rn chm i re begin*. Ile will probably Is- Hie low of the Republican* to speak tefore the operation of the flve-mlnute rule goo* into effect. It i* needless to say that Senator Ingalls' remark* ujion the tariff, a* Upon all other subjects to which be addresses himself, will be listened lo by a large audience. He will discuss the tariff question from the high-protectiv* Standpoint ss modified by the local Influ enres dominating the Kansas section ut Ute Republic an party. This speech is intended by the senator to take the place ol tbs addresses that he woald make iii the campaign at home were he not detainee! here ny bis duties in the presiding officer's chair.  A Hallway romp .ny Liable to <;«.I Itself Into Serious I rouble.  Kf. l*At L, Minn., Aug. 27 —A morning paper say*: Indiau Commissioner Morgan bas telegraplted o Ag.-nt .Shaler at tho White Ko lh agency directing him to no tiff the Duluth and Winning Railroad company that a1, work on the road through the W innebagtkiHDh reservation moat Im iinppe I. In pnraiuutc' to a bill pa*w d two mouths ago by <ougr»*a the railroad put on a force of 2 Too mon sud carried the road through the Fond du lac reservation I* fore the government knew what wa* going on. The Indian* complained that  be whites Were trespass!,,*  (>ft th( ,, r tlm   Im laiiila and tho Indian    rn nilssioner  ordensd the work sUipped at otter l iw.  Ab ala I* bo Fool.  (a»Miox, Aug. 2# — Advices from the east show that the (’him***, aft*r haring employed HritHh offteers to bring their  1     "**  lo fhe  dedfnd stun .aril of  efficiency, are n >w getting rid of the*e "mer*. Admiral lying.-, who bv* don*  much to mag# <*hiti t a uiaritinii p >tv,-r ha* lawn driven Into resigning, ani bi* place is taken by a native command r ilia I b I nm i evidcti' |y mein thai no Euro,mu power shall bold a predominant I J!Hence In Umir miller, or naval Kffairs.  —--1    I---- -WW VMW.    rn lit  company ol.Je. ted and k .pl at work Sm  rat .ifs    .    s    .    I    T7’®  ret ary Ne. bl* has ioatructe.1 the Indian commissioner to enforce tbs law to the letter, and lf necessary to call out govern meat troop*.  Celebrated Metter Farm lams.  —-FINK LINE OF  Cames. Benes and Sp? laps  See the Beet HOAD CART <•> tie World for HO.  How A boat MlaasapolUf  Wa**iXWIWX City, Aug I7.-Durlng the debate on the tai Iff Mil Monday after noon senator* Gray and Rte wart engaged ill a lit flit colloquy ov« r  |b* position of St. Paul a* a protectionist, canoed by an allusion to the story of Demetrius, the •ll veninith at Kphesus. ss narrated in the Acte \V bile the colloquy was in prog fees Senator Washburn, of Mtnneapoll*. came in, and bearing numerous allusion* tost Paul interrupted with the remark th JU ©    d«*^l had tiret) tmi d ©b«»tx| Hi.  Paul i*poji tbs tariff, and be desired to know if the |Ha.itiou of Mlunenpotto ou I be au 1  ij. ct ha! been ascertained by any one.  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, 111.  REDUCTION SALE  Hslsbey fries Ie Hill Hltesslf.  Maw*! FTTH Mich,, Aug *7 -Holxhay, the bandit of the northern woods, mad* two more uiMU'ceeaful attempts to com-mil suicide in the prison bere Sunday night Ile was found lying in hie cell in «ii unconscious condition from loss of b oud, having »evered the arteries of hi* *ri*t With a sliver of Un secured from a alnp-hucket Th., scalp on the top of hi* head wa* also reduced to a pulp from at tempts to dash out his brains on the prison walla HoUbay now lies in a strait Jacket.  Many AreMsul* on lbs Hall.  I mu a<M), Aug. 27 —John Wymore, a section foreman, and Miss WUglis, who wa* standing near, were killed by a freight train collision at Mullen, on the Wyoming branch of the Hartington and Quincy railroad. Monday. 81* teal omen were bedly hurt. P. (\ Smith was killed  while coupling car* at Uooolu, Neb On  the Chicago and Atlantic railroad, n. sr Wabash, Ind. Sunday nightfn lght train.  Will 8*1 tree pi OirlmpsrlliHi.  lyiMsiv, Aug. 17.—Tile m-w*pa|M r* have take,, advstilnof tlu- pa** of the  meat ins|*c:i«« bdl at Washlugtoo to tv tmw ihr tlamor again*- Au., .nan !**•(.  1 1*  ,lf '* »»»**«*«r<* Ie d. nminc-I im an un w i*c and im xrarimt* elt*m{»t to for.*- ex porta. Il ls dc. Jared tbit ibr in*i*H-tioii provide I for w.U not Im a tMata I .** asti* factory,  0|*enlM* of I be Core Fair.  VHiXAUX. Aug 27—Monday the corn fair was o|>em*t with a good attendan.r. In the crop o*t I mal ss for the world Amar i« a I* eredlteil with 4t4,<«Jn,Hii lai*b«<U of Wheal and I.«m,.«m,(1s» „.*hcl* of mniis againId 40t.ntl.ttsi rn,sliels of wheat aud .,IIX.uuii.iSii I....bel* of maim in ban Eng land ie credited with an average yield.  Mann  310 Belle street.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  IT A ll I v a    _______  • IA I (I) ANL) HOFT COAL,.  Largest ( beek Kver Written.  Ironton, Aug 27—A check bes lately been drawn by the Ureal Indian Peninsula Railroad company on the Ixmdon and County bauk for ki.jWMOn <|A,2Sa,unut I bls Is sup;M*M*1 to be Ihc largest ever *■« Vanderbilt check for . I  (     having hitherto stoo.1  bt the head of the ital  .... , . —...,     l||u , , rwna   collided wrecking one engine and several cars. George Yule, of Franklin Grot*  IU., was killed by a Milwaukee and North* western engine Sn   utiday night m ar Dix »n.  James Vt hi (sly, a section head. wet hilled by a train on the Chicago, St Psul and Kansas City railroad at De* Moines.  Iowa, Sunday night.  A Hurries** ie Austria  ViKsxA, Aug. 27, —A severe hurricane has prevailed at Mvisan. An.tria During the storm lightning struck twenty g<**l* trucks on Frans Joseph railway throwing them down an embankment and smashlug them Tho guard* on the tram were knocked sen ar lase by the shock.  ~*2r 4 a2£«x•"  n ° w ,,r,,p * r " 1  •».    *■  ,Brn *“» *» d  -  ngggg alwaya on hand.    ’    ‘     aH<!  •“•'•nlend. Second-Im ad Fur*  PITTS & HAMILL,  JJT IK IXIA. . . *   ’  315 HKLLK 8THKCT,  F loped with aa Heir, u.  Cli ATHAN, Ilia, Aug 37.—Theodore Harbour, a young farmer residing six railes west of bm-, aud Miss May Workman, a golden baln-l miss of !& from the sam# vicinity, are reported to have evaded the i igt lance cd the young laity’a guardian, S. Workman, and took the I LIM Chi-mgo ami Alton train bere Monday morning Ac mn ponied by a friend of young iinrlxuir it ta saki they started for acme point over the line in Wisconsin, where the law regarding the marriage of mia-ors is I.-** sin nguni than bere Miss WiM-kinsti, on attaining her majority, will inherit a big tract of laud near bere, and ber relatives, who ars prominent aud healthy people, strenuously objected to young Harbour's attentions to the girl.  A Midnight Meeting mf OoelMllsle.  Until*, Aug 27 - S ren thousand •Socialists Monday night held a midnight meeting at which Herr WHI wa* vehe rnently denounced. The Social!*’ Deputy Rebel, wha spoke for two honr* In terms of UHsU-rstiou, was en thus! aeric* My sc c lei tned.  ITS NO SECRET.  That oui a TOCK la tho MOST OOM PI KTF es *_■ »_______.    .    .    .  w   «„ SSW >„u   ic    .lit,.    «    '°     AIVm -  •t rf her* Kris rn Ie Wark.  Mobs, Heigtnni, Aug 27.-Onethousand cf the striking miner* have returned to Work. It is suggested lits! the real object •ought to be obtained by the striking miner* was the making of a formidable demonstration to favor of unlver**! suff raga  OF  BUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  made: t<> oitijp:it.  WI FIT MD SATISFiCTIOlt CDMMTEED  Peru 11 sr Olsens* Amang Tow*.  MAH,HALL, Mo Aug. ST.—joke Nicely, • prominent stock man of near Arrow Rock, has reported a new and strange disease among his cattie Hover*! days ainee be noticed that six head of cattle were suffering with badly swollen tongue* and a few day* after five more bead w. re taken. The ewe’ tongues protruded from their mouth* no ihst they could hardly drink. Milch cow* would dry up aud not glia * drop of milk On** animal, so far, has d el from (he disease.  Mew Oui HI* Hrs!os.  SdivxTox, I**., Aug if.- Tbs city was thrown iato a state of excitement Tuesday morning by the suicide cf Scott Shoe raiakrir, on# of the hest known botel men In this section of the state and at the rime of hi* death l ight clerk st the Forest house Shoemaker entered the Wyoming bar room at 7 ai o'clock with (urn mr ma I Traveler* J (J, Van Nar»tr*m, of l aura*, ter. and D’Arcy Kilts, of New York After chili ting and k king fnr a few minutes, hr *st down, pulled out a revolver and Mew out his brains. The cause of th* act is not known, but It is thought there is a woman in the case, Hhoein tkvi wa* a member of •ne of the oble*t familia, in the Wyoming valley,    '    ^  The (noters in apsis.  M Altin ii, Aug 2r —Cooler* fat spreading In the city of Toledo. Thirteen arnee and Bv., death* wore reported Monday. The •Madrid brail h department has *sut of-•err* to I ol do to Like sanitary measures ■gainst the dis.*ie,  CARPETS:  Taped rj,    lindy 11 russe Is  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  nag or Hemp.  13V CURTAINS:  Dado or Plan,    I.ace or Fortier.  • ,    „    -4-    IUCjr-Sis  Cur Jioqiietto,    Smyrna A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  It.brr* ms s strike.  Eosin*. Aug W.-Th. I.aker* at Newry .have gone on a sink • T^e striker*  n £ I tempt. .I to prevent “lda. kl*.'»’ from i*k lug their place* and lite entire pol ne forte I l«re»» rai!»| am to preserve order.  Eaatoat^wsv ^     S * wml    ftn,i     la    House    Decorationa. The  whether you wish to buy or nu/ * *"  fre,1Ul ‘ ntl y °« r  ‘••tnbUehmniM,  •Islms ai King DmHs.  Bkhli*. Aug ’27 — A et st tm of I stub I of Bavaria wa* novelle I in the VY si bal I a j temple near Rogensburg Th wday in the pn *ence of the prince regent, the royal prince* and til* cabinet ministers.  A. J. HOWELL.  AT-  BRUEGGEMAN BRO  (Successor to A. Brueggeman*)  Article Tailoring and Gent s Furnishing Goods Emporitm 221 l*ias;i afreet.  S,  The MIimi 4«rss* t * (Malt lw«.  CBXeTuX. Is.. Aug. 27. —Heavy rains H-iturday and Munday Interfered with the at tem I a nee at the (Mu* Gras* exposition Monday, but there was a fair atte ii ta nee.  Istrge number* of lilt not* people are com. lite* on every train Tba fair formally ope nod with tile I t.ge.t . tidbit of ti ta stock ever a^-*u in low* f <r|.enten were busy all day making etal.* for the Increase of th* ♦ xhtbite It i* thought the litre stoch exhibit wilt equal lite state fair.  Graager*' Nations! I ,I,mitten.  William*Gu >vg, F*, Aug n -Five thousand p*nou. attended the Grangers' National exhibltioo her* Tuesday to wlv new. lbs formal open tug which took place •t noon. The opening address wa* d-livered by H>>u ismuard Rhone, of Center county, worthy uteri* master rise of rite principal future* of the exhibitluu is the dUjdey cf cereal* by the Northern I’.udli. raliruad. The horticultural display hr exceeds that of previous rear.  TK* I wwe af Tokay Itestrajre*!.  FWIE. Aug 27 —F.re ba* deair »yed the whole of the town of Tokay with the ex* j Of id ton of thirteen houses Tokay Ie the entrepot for the celebrated Tokay wine*.  SPH lit! SUITS.  McKinley IUno(Mte*l*A.  M ' a* I Lu in, Ohio, Aug ST-Major .McKinley was nom I fist rd by acclamation Iii the >u teen rh coogreeeloual convention I iiesday afternoon.  Five Nag Is* k*«*f*r*4  •VkW Yon, Aug 'St —Th* bodies of Marie Haler, Morita Hta.Jk-r, Bertha Hchtitx, John I.agal and Peter Hank#, who were drowned by the upsigiug of a row I* wit off Whitecone, Ut. Ia*f Tbun.-■ey, were found floating In th* sound off Fort Schuyler and fully identifleil  Shul iii* Lot I* Hr ut her,  Pl TWM ito. Pa , Aug. 27.-Flank laing neck. * i year old lad of the south side, • bm I..* 8 vear-old brother last Heturday, from rh* I Ifecta of which lh* little* fellow Monday rmitill!/ Th* boys were at play Frank !..*.! a Kl uteri ride, and was out in the yard with some other children •booting • * riu-ean target*. Frank iosdcd bis gun to br* at the target, hail it raised, sud was taking elm, and was about to Hie o ben bl* littb brother, without any warning, got up sud surfed to run pant Frank when the gun was discharged  I kb now receiving a |g r gt? and vnriod •lock of Cloths in all tha pimMac afaaS**, for Spring Suiu, .bick I ., a  pr.p. r ,J w m,k* up .1 a!  3\Aost I*"*aatxionable Stvles,  GrAKANTKEING  Mnrrtiwnl •UMi.iMNi tor ” vealy Tsar*.  Kivcjhtu*, rim., Aug 27 -111* arch bishop of Kingston has lurrowel fJOo,UUU Tom the Miandard Ll e Assurance company at 4H per Dent. Th* loan is for .wanly year* The live* of forty young then WU) be Insured for 83,UUU each  Nurrlblr ta ( aalsa*plat*.  Cli A hi. »-1 is, ii c., Aug. 87.—The rail • ay eontrni*«ioue» of Mouth Carolina will bold sn uuporiaul meeting asm I which n»*r t rill iu a revolution in rail I way travel in the state They have m Hied rrprescii’arivcs of *|| railroada to tumult will* *|,tm up n lh.- sdviMiMlitv ut providing . p..:.t .* car* tut w bi’.w bist k I At pmrti! a col. re«i man can, by pun Im- iig a fftst . is** Uchet, rkle in any ' *oai*h lie rn ijf wish to. aud lf he dratrm •it ite .t lo t while lady.  I  Al Perfect Fit,  Reasonablt Rates and  Complete Satisfactioa  H.C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  I   

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