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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME 8EPTEMBERl7l890 Pencil and Ink Tablets An endless variety at lowest irl More than 60 of the most popular Bhuttos For Paper Flowers Beginners Mate Book explaining the USES OF Third and Piasa ILL The Tver POPULAR lUC Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS BEGINKEP Made in thu House by of New AEAKER REED ALSO The Affair the Outgrowth of the nious lllnck litlng lleiolutlon bj of Ciinimlngi Frequently Int Vrupted by Korr nnd DIIVS In the to llnrruu OAUKFULIVY AJIUANOBI FO AND FOIt Tllie USE O EES OF THE PIANO AND liopstlclc fly Away iertnulo Dream mpatlonce Banjo n the ack Frosts foment layful usslan Grand of Affection lower of Roses u rcath THE he Stepping by Sidney GOAL AND IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FIIEE on Applica or Mailed FKEJE to any Third and PUsa Ready Mixed Paints i Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louia Varnish Fine VARNISHES acid Charter Oak Stoves Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines 880 Agcnte for the IT Fai f FINE LINE See the Beat ItQAD CART in the World for JO Hardware na 1 Farm III REDUCTION SALE OP SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOON MADE TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BRUEGGEMAN Suocossor to BrueggemanO ArtisUc Tailoring and dents Furnishing Goods 221 Plasa WASHINGTON the houso Thursday senate bill won passed to establish a port of delivery at Sioux Curnmings of Now York rising to a question of protested against his hlnokllsting by the famous Cannon The gentleman who had of fered the resolution had made unjust im and in making tlese imputa tions he hod falsified the record and black listed himself He then proceeded to rnako an attack upon comparing him to the noted Tinnville of the French revo In support of his the gentleman from Illinois Cannon had ap pealed to the The gentleman from Iowa Henderson had seconded the gentle man from and had used the word There had been somo sneaking as the record The record showed that the speaker had refused to the house the list of names of the The Speaker Fancy the great chairman of the great committee on the suc cessor of Samuel sneaking to the clerks desk and obtaining surrepti tiously a list of members that had been refused to the and upon this list basing a false accusation against his fel low Was not that an aot worthy of Tiunylllef He then proceeded to arraign the speaker and the majority of the committee on This majority composed a triumvirate almost as power ful as the one which sprang into life after the assassination of Julius Caesar when the libusb met in the morning Alark recognized Lepidui or Oc tavloua and nobody All tho legisla live meat was cut and distributed accord ing to a prearranged Frequent Cummings was frequently intorru pted by of and of and with the point of order that he was not confining himself to a question of personal Cummlngs proceeded with his arraignment of the speaker but after frequent Interruptions asked unani mous consent to print the remainder ot his remarks in The Record but this con sent was refused by Kerr and Cannon remarked that the gentleman was printing a speech under the false pretence of making a personal pretense is not as false as the pretense by which you smug gled my name into that Anothetinterruption was mode by This interruption was protested against by of Not twentyfour hours said a gentleman on the other side was permitted to arraign a sen ator of the United call the gentleman to Ths gentleman from Geor gia can not take the gentleman from Now York off tho BlountYesterday a gentleman on the other side was in violation of the rules of the to arraign a sena tor as a felon aud to arraign his for associating with a gentleman from Georgia has no right to state a question of per sonal privilege during the time of the gen tleman from New am not stating a question of personal But there Bos been a continued interruption of the gentleman from New and an effort to suppress him that I have never seen attempted be and which In the light of the trans action of yesterday is exceedingly op Stopped by the Cummings then proceeded with his uud at the end of an hour was stopped by tho gavel of the speaker pro Bland of Missouri made the point of order that in speaking to a question of privilege a gentleman was not governed by the hour The speaker pro overruled the point and Bland Cannon moved to lay the ap peal on the and on this motion de manded the previous question but Bland protested that he wan entitled to the floor amid applause on the Democratic The gpraker pro recognized Elands right to the Bland yielded to Cum notwithstanding n protest from speaker pro recognized tiioguntluman from Now who pro cceded with his 8oimto The tariff bill was taken up in the senate Immediately after the reading of the jour mil nndur the agreement limiting discus sion on each subject o five minutes for cncli The presiding officer an nounced that general debate on the bill had closed with the exception of the res ervation of thu day when the fluul vote IB to bo taken nnd when three hours time la to bo nllowcd to oitoh ildft Gibson withdraw ilia nuiemlmtat offered by him on Tuesday last nnd offered strik ing out tlmt schedule nnd substituting fo it tinsugar provisions of tho Mills bll The migur schedule wna laid ulde infor nially and thu cotton manufacturers schedule WHS taken Amendments t the ruteH iu vnrloui pnrngrnphs o the schedule worn offered by Democrats and weru uniformly NEW YORK SuperlntttiKlRiit IWtor There No HiiiHim fur H WASIHNGTOM Ing the resolution adopted by the New York board of aldennn relative to the population of that city under the recent and domamliiig a Superintendent of Oeasiis Porter said In mi interview Hint there reason whatever for recount In that Out he ail the collateral cvldtnco nerves to crvoborato the accur uny of HID Tho official re turns from thu state of Jersey when published will probably explana tion of the fact tlmt the population of New York not increase during the nst dcoiulo as rapidly as some anticipated It 1olltlca Cut No As the business of tho city lias on cronchcd upon tho residence quarters h nwidunts have found homes In wlmt might almost bo called suburban towns adjacent to New York in New Jersey the returns already tubulated In tlie census ofllco there is every to be lieve that the results the New Jersey census will in a large measure explain the apparently small Increase in New York An increase of nearly 44 per cent in Brooklyn also moans tlmt a large number of people who curry on business iu New York have sought homed iu Brooklyn Porter denies the charge that and anything to do with the work of mtik Ing up the census In York Outrageous Case of Barbarism in the Keystone AWFUL TREATMENT OF AN IDIOT He a Crying IJnby unit U In Turn Irljlif by Illi IuirnlH Tint Tni Human IrinrVi iv m the Slo illy ROMANISM AND THE A Movement to Identify That Church wllh Their movement of an international character to identify Roman Catholicism with the improvement of the condition of the masses is making rapid and attracts increased A number of the young Roman Catholic leaders In and Austria have Just visited Rome and seen red the adhesion of a large party at the The younger members of tlie clergy are practically unanimous in their approval of tho which seeKS to remedy the ills of tho social sys tem by inculcating the Christian doctrine of mutual love and and would involve in practice the voluntary rfliiqiiishment by the employing in many of advantages now considered legitimate sources of profit Persons oulsido the cJmrch regard the scheme us Tiio pope is spend itiS several hours caolidiy iu tho study of hooka aud with a view to embodying bU in a forth coming ml i irmi u t npccial t from Ohio comes frm n snml RitUHiol placo am nf n OHMS ul cruelty which I hero a or two nco Eliiix Glass i here and work tho newer pipe works at that wift works in the glass factory in this Boi h arc absent from tlio ilaynirlthe hoti u Is lefi ii carof their young Theyoiunwatchild is about 1 yo old u half willed biy aliout 11 years While the pure n s were tix usual he Imhy became fivtful and the boy that he its shirts pUiIe I thy little one on a hut stove held ihere until it was in a horrible The PiiruniH Tliiui the mother returned home in the evening and heard from what had she bared the Imvs bock and with a stout on the end of which WHS a bout him until his back was covered with blood and when tho father returned home and was informed of wlmt hail he stripped the boys took a lid from the stove nnd applied ii to Die bare Jlrnbs of the boy Iu several searing him terribly at every The township hearing of the af had the parents THE WORK OF A Preachir COAL The Famous GilLespie Soft Hvered at live minutes notice I Burns to a Clear Groy i Kofi tVal OO1L de in lie HARD COAL In d at Lowest Market Quality GUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey 310 Belle 84 AND SUFFOCATED IN A Tlireo Lose Mres at New W 4 oclock Tharsdtiy morning went down Into a well which he had been tgeil to clean ou tiio property of Kate Henderson West New being down a short tlma mid it being noticed ho hod flopped Thomas Sheehan climbed down to see was the matter with When Hearing the bottom of the well bheahan was by the onlookers to throw up his hands and fall heavily to the A man named Fleming then volunteered to go down and rescue the two He edged his way down but had only gone a little way when he gave a threw up his and foil to the After name difficulty and no lit tlo danger roBH and hooks wero secured and tho head bodies of the three men wore pulled to the all three hiiviiiK been suffocated to death by foul gases The well is twenty Hrutally iieutin by KANSAS White Caps Wednesday KO brutally beat and maltreated 55 a preacher who lives in a lonely piece of woods ut that his life IN despaired Five mounted in white and with long peiikud capo on their surrounded this prenehera aud as he refused to open his door they burst it A gunny sock was thrown over his nnd he was draped out and tlie sack made fast by a rope to tho pommel of the of one of tho and was dragged through the n dlstnuce of a the horse goinif at a fast of tlio After amusing thennelves In this man ner until they were tired the White Cups stripped Smith naked imd fastened him to tin ground by means of forked his nrmsund legs extended and beat him mercilessly with willow He left unconscious and and whii found next morning was unable to speak or He wns removed to a and medical alu but it is doubtful whether ho will survive his in Smith Is about 05 years of and the only objection whluli tho White Caps had to him was that posed marrlago to a widow of 45 iva in tho WARM AIR FURNACES AJSTD SOET Rvlnnoe mul tha who was sontLiicud to death at the Vosges court assizes for murder nnd was guillotined Wednesday at Within one minute after the knife had fallen the body wns handed ovor to pro fessor of physiology of the faculty of Paris and who awaited tha arri val of tlie body in a room close to the Bceno of Gloy stated that ho wan able to observe tho heart beating for six minuter after Im had received the IB experiment proving that the contractions of the ventricles mid auricles nre independent of each This IB the first time In the history of science tha Rtich experiment has made ou human Tbo ut the second day session of the United Typothetao Wodues day of for th committee ou apprflntlceshlp pre sontofl an extended report Iu which th rovlvnl of tho system In some form wn strongly on the ground that sue revival vrouJ tend to mnke bettor work do away with tlio labor troubles an bring in a much hotter of Wai of a proles uyaiiist tha roestablishmont of tho ap pronticeship ssliii tho be lief that the system was a back numbei aud that a substitute for it would bo found Iu the mechanical lriio To llarrundlMt WASHINGTON sept Soo retary Whurton seut the following telegram to the widow of Bar rundia In reply to to the president Monday evening ihu proul Uent lenlroi mo to sfcy he rocolvvd your tcIegrtjin tiio Juath of your While deoply with you in your he awaits ftfflclal details of the occurrence iiocewary to determine his ac tion In regard The you may bo ans u will roeelvt most care ful A UliimtoU from Minister WABIIINOTON ieoretury Whartoii boarecelvud adlspatch row MlnUtur at the City of that peace would be ronlulmed next tint the armed were rapidly The mlnUtor niukes no olluiton to the recant hooting and Wbarton o importance lo Vne Killed by a Holt of night 6 oclock at tho Biggs six teen miles south of on fho Htrawdtack at tho thrashing Potor Potersou killed by a bolt of lightning from an almost clear Tho stock was about fifteen feet As tho bolt struck tho stuck flumt Htuondti HlxhvBfc nnil It tuft a hole from the top to tho bottom oflhuslauk tho Kim nt a with sidus us smolh rolernou fuuiid ou tlioKtHeU will his clothing nil torn oif A Strlhi mi fl em ployed ou tho isliite of 1aiuell struck ugiilnut the of persons oh uoxloua to tlmni UK miinajoM and over the griuiuil nf objeinlon bulua Mint HID overseen weru strangers and of a different creed from thu H Is I Illll Ill null I Will olONII the quarries should the Iho toipiiratloi olilalun Its sup ply vt utonu from UIPHII ICiliiriilnir In cm IspmotloBy Tho number of lillo jolnurs limn nt any tliuu diir ug Ibe tw Us pruvlous to ihe Us estiniiilid Ihut hot Iho old mul new bosses tlieiv an about nonunion men Tho nnmbei of union noil who lire now at work lit union seals of wugen of ari im hour Is fig ured At About liiQnullc Simnilul LendH to Gun WASHINGOX Pai agunt for a York shoa firm tried to shoot Brown at tli latters house near Iho Shorolmin hole Wednesday Parker suspectti that his wifo was unduly Intimate will and a few days ago toM lie he was out of town for a ww JI did not go but watching yestei found her visiting the ileutist at his and as he claims in tomproinis ing Tho dentist escaped to i rear room lacking the Iarkei banged away willi his pistol through the looked without injuring Itrowu A divorce suit with Drown ai corespondent will Fitzgerald was nhot and hero Wednesday night by William Payne in an altercation over a remark madoby the deceased concerning a girl Thirteen jenrs ago n brother of Kilzgeruld was killed a man named who escaped and haa just bejn ar anil the trials of tho 01 thu two brothers will take placj nt tho mill term ot the Wood of iirrivuil In thN city at a late hour Tumluy night ami fouml Ms wifo at a lintel with also of nnl an Intiiualn frioinl of the attnckfil Lorrens anil liim iflernoon Wootlbrlilgo met on lie wriit ami hit him on tlio luiiil ttlth a fatal triu Iluy iinrgo om of Ultlu has myuturl oiisly lln ran a stuuinliont n Current ami rhnrs In mil miklu a Jlnek leh hiilelut ho u whlcl Ills wifo aiil ve nt H h an Incu miirtleie 1 Ml ii I lllH mul of by llin ale ife Kllbnrn thai rlint his at lie itil hrru inrly lliiiraday llo IIMI ihoi llu was The liiiif inid in be ilue to his wilh a at Iho Will HIIVII Tluii In Knilly Cav who on Iho livening of July HnluMOieil in rlddlo her nctor wltli bnllou lit tiju cornei of Irving plum anil Fourteenth KonioiK I Inaaday to rtvi mul fmir moiiliisln ihuHtato prluon I iruU nl u HALT A ilriinkun cow hot at rriln up to the of an limouiiiiM pansiiiuir train and Into he wounding Tic cowboy Iu thu nacos alwayson hand eVWy Secondhand PITTS HAlrflLL KLLE 315 ITS That our STOCK is tho MOST COMPLETE ever brouffit to Altn We can show ou Something Now an often as you call in Tapo Rag or IJV Dado or Plai Body Art or Fur Hinyrhn k Oil Wire and Cocoa HOWELL Hi for a I UXL and s which of in nil tha 1 u u prepired to make up a tbt GUAUANTKKJNG A Perfect Reasonable Kates aad Complete 112 An Minn him n KiwiiUh but boiiru HID dulu of   

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