Alton Daily Telegraph, September 10, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph September 10, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois A Lf ON DAILY TELE GI I APH. EVENING, the wreckers again. two REPUBLICANS VOTE AGAINST IT They Arf I (littiMMia of Vrrmnnl anti «.. aria of Mew York—toaster (altern rara Hi«Rf.prrU la Lonl haliahary Daring ■ Aperch ..I •„ Kveete* Hr„|„„ (feasts 1’wpiiiallon af Sacral miaou Cli las. The Tver lA/^ POPULAR lUC oon-Aldrich’s agreed to < M.Kiiim"'Th!™,;!,' '‘""‘•'•'"I'-'H'mln,!, *.w .ni oMMgvS^oV' p“‘ “ • festooning, flags, bannerettes, tissue paper, lanterns, (All Sire* And (taupe* ) SHIELDS, MOTTOES, Sheet Music. (CHAS. J, DEGENHART, Sole Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS < Aum LLY A BRA NG IC ll KU AND KUH 11lk I HK o* Vt EES or nu AND A roVI'JJCTK STOCK or PIANO AND ORGAN. AT TMK VK IIT LOWEST PRICES, AA* ORl| barly lo aroid the Hush Gertrude Dream W ait*, by Impatience (Banjo Galop),by In tit*, sunshine, by..... Jack Frost’s March, by . .. . Moment Musical, by .... lustful Ronda, by . Husslen Grand March’ by star of A Taction Marurka by shower of Hoses flulop, bf. "    •    Walt*,    by..... Wreath Waite, by   . Ac.. Ac., Re., allis, beethoven. .Htreabbog ... Lange. . ..Knight Schubert. . — Greene. Francis Ifartmnnn •. tree I j bog Ac. .. Glee® Ac. THE LATEST. The Supping Stone, by Sidney Roienfeldt. VOCAL AND IN STB! (I KOTAL) IOC a Copy. Cecoraie! Ce ebrate! OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. Caulome PKBK oil Aptillca. tloa, or NI a tiff I FREE to AadVMMU any IO].A 103 Third st, cor. Piasa. Alton* HI. Cbas. J. Degenhart, Third and Piisa its. - Alton. III. Ready iixed Paints I Oils St -AGENTS FOK THE-Louis Varnish Co. Kine VARNISHES and JAPANS. w Oak Stoves and Raw* *D<I 1A;I,<'',U>, Ko"""*. Building .od Short- z wEusCwTuf'M«Lr«vs-r‘y'n*Pump*-N"' "o,D, •>0 each. Agents for the Washington City. Sept. IO.-The sen •JA met at IO o’elock and resumed Bideratlon of the tariff bill. reciprocity amendment was by a vote of yeas 87, nays 28. All the Democrats and two Republic-•tis—lulrnnnds and Iv—Ag voted against the amendment The amendment as anally agree,! to reads sa follows That with a view to secure reciprocal trade w« th countries prod icing the following srtl oles; ami for this purjtoae, on aud after the 1st day of July, IMH, whenever and to often as the president shall lie .-atisfied that the government of any country p*>. during and exporting sugars, moi coffee, tea arid hides, raw and aneared, or any of such articles, imposes duties or other exact Ions upon the sgrlcuRural or other products of the United States, which Iii view of the free introduction of sugar tea and hides Into the nited Mates be may deem to be reel U,ry"Ml anJ un reasons hie, he “r,d “    •h*,»    bls duly to suspend by proclamat$«>n to that effect, tbs provisions of this aet relating *ba    free Introduction    of    such supir,    mo I SMM*, coffee,    tea    and bidea the production of such country for such time as he shall deem Just, and In such case ami during such suspension dalles shall be Isvisd. collected and paid IC t>UMmr    coffee, tea sod hides, the product of or exported from such designated country sa follows namely:    All sugars not above No. ii Ihnch standard In oolor shall pay duty on their polariscopic test as follows, namely AU sugars not above Na 18 Dutch Han dard in color; all tank bottoms; sirups of SSJST or,of,bwft J'“«. meiada, con csntrated .naiads, concrete and coneen teated molaases, testing by the polarUcope not als.ve VS degrees, seven tenths of I cent ,«r pound; and for every additional degree or fraction of a degree shown by the polsrtsoplc test. two hundred!* of I !»»•* Additional; .ll kh»    ? L^tch standard In    color •hall lie classified by the Dutch standard of oolor and pay duty as follows, namely: All sugar above Ka ll and not above Na 1« Dutch standard of °?‘or-    lh    o*nu per pound; all    sugar •bove    No.    ll and not above So. pi Dutch standard of color, IM cents per pouud; all sugars above Na 80 Dutch standard of color, 8 osnU per pound, mo-I*"***" testing above Sd degress, 4 MOU PM gallon; sugar drawings and sugar sweepings shall be subject to duty either as molsPUM.* or sugar, ss the case may lie according to polariscopic test, on coffee’ Lf***? FTI P°untJ: on 1« ce nu per pound; hides, raw or aneared, whether U* **lte«l,    or pickled, Angora    goat •kin. raw. without the wool, uumanu factursd, aas** skins, raw or untuson- “SM* **? •klM- «*cvpt sheepskins, with the wool OO, IS OC UU pa’ pound. Ordered Ie Third Reading. The UU was then reported to tho sen •te and all the amendments that had »>*eu adopted in committee of the whole were agreed to In th* Moats except those on which separate votes were demanded The first of theta was Plumb’* amendment for a customs commission on which Gorman demanded a separate vote. The amendment was agreed to—yeas ti, nays fly a mu of if to a strict party v.ii*    tbs    tariff bill to third reading and engrossment Th# bill wa* ordered printed with the amend menu and the senats went Into sxsou tire session at 2:M p. m., and at 8:10 p. rn MjavMl. Attempt to Preduee Irophe on the Central. PoOGH K Kl i*si k, N. r„ Bapt. IO-A dm-perRte attempt was made Monday night to wreck the fast St Louis end Chicago express which loaves New York on the wn7J°ekJ?7,tral at * P IU Th« tr»s» WSB stopped for a dancer signal south of Old I ray, which Is §00 yard# south of the New Hamburg draw brid**. Two minutes previous the flagman had discovered several ties standing endways la the vert near Old Troy, aud when ha hold of Otis of them to remove it, he Oma u;i,»ti from the bushre from side of the track. Kno Items of Interest Caught from the Wires. COAL. A farmer swindled by bunco men cul-took was the east __ dog    that    the    fast express was ncariy due he ran south war I an,, set the dancer signal which stoppe I i bt re were eight tire on the up niam track. There were also two ties placed alongside of the rail toward the south so as to ditch the train. Another Dnstnrdlv Attempt. Hotmw, Sept. JO-An attempt was made Monday evening to wreck the westward-bound Rockport train, Na 18U, of the Uontoo and Maine railway, at WestLrnn, I nil wee ii Long bridge and .Saugus River junction. William F Murdock, who re-U*'‘t WW, WM welkin, ™„ I". wk»“ b,‘ (Min* I HIM rail lying at right an/Ie* acmes both tuc„, at a poiut several hundred rods Jmi . t . 71,11 ‘^P01 Finding the rail too heavy for him lo move, be took a light from a neighboring switch, and with It sto|i|ie«| the train within two length* of the oh>truction. It combined efforu of four train move the rail. days monte how u was tits usual way of tto nm. lint nr** asked car took the men to re- THE grim reaper Death Judge •I Lansing, Mich., „f Chrlstlnnejr—It ie Career. Laxnixo, Mich , Sept IO-Judge Chria. Dancy died Monday even tag at 0:*> after UA illness of many months. Ile was born at Johnstown, N, V, in March. IM* making him 78 years of aga. Hie educe Hon was that of common schools and he was early a teacher. He studied law went to Monroe, Mich., in Pew and com’ puled his studies, taking high rank aa a lawyer. From 1841 to I HRS be cuting attorney; in 1848 was prone ,    .    - - — -■— was a delegate nod leader at the national Free-S.*il oon-ventlon at Hutfalo; was senator In SI. and Free Boll candidate for In ISAS. ISIG governor They w»hc Him Think He Wins a Prise of A I 0,000 aud ll** Turn* (Her Ut.OOO to ft.-cure It —I .wa (S upers ( „M„. ie Grief— A Gretesqae Petaled Piled by a Count !<- Tho Young Ladies Rough. tog It. Havovfh. IV, B pt, rn-John Kindlg, a w, id t by o! I fanner of Union township, Adam county, w«* t wind led sev.-ra) ago out of 12,0 0 by tore.-csr.i men, but only I ut .day i« I dona lie met the men I aud won a prise to shots cnsh for an eq U sum The far- J int r hail Just ll.tk.O on imnd, and this sum It was final.y de* id -1 w mid answer Tho *Uppom<l IIO.USQ was plaaej I* a tin bos and handed by one of the swindler* to j Ktnd'g’s sider cf* sri I the latlsv iiiduco*l I t/i^ far ii i r to put hi* money in the saute , X- 1 ben the receptacle wa* platted un-der the - eat of the burg/ In which they Were driving an I who ! they parte I was ' handed to Km.Ii,- w.th tho (nj motion to im ai* "",n ,'b ' m in wo > supplied the »iu,uuu came hack to get his sitar... II hut IV. * In the Ibis. Af# t vo days the obi farmer be* ame suspicious aud op me I the box, found italy unit risked corn and tile foil .wing let “Mr Kmdtg, you have >« a gambling; you thought )nu wore ge-ting t»,e U„i of ooe who you thought w ,* a r.s.j, |lU, yul| are the fool. You can g . MI th*, pud,*, if you WHI, but it will do you „o , „k1, „ by the (im« you read tins we w. I lie mn SOV re Heil of the polka I he only Ulm / you a»fi gam by c n«pi, *,i,M hi tomg laughed a. l0r the poopte. To.y will to you Lucie John how t- thr e-uard monte today, ami don’t you wtdi you could win ymr rn n v r»,i (Hign^t) "ihrviHu Dill, «da* T VVi ut." Nothing ha* beeu heard of the st. in I The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL dc- no,lo® to a,,j J',T n,,l,,s 'o » Clear Gray Ash, noOltnk-«»» or Cinders. Ifcst Writ, Soft Coal Id th© hard coal Iii all sizes. Deliver* <1 at Lowest I rices. Duality Unsurpassed, Market BIG AOM Cly NOW, BEFORE THE Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TISI .Kl »j IQN R AND QI. I HFiiitiblp Notoriety, He was a delegate to the First National Republican convention at l*hila*leiphia lo HSU, Iii 1857 he wus elected |.»*nci«te justice of the supreme court of M chi. m and was reelected in 1*10 and I HT J, »«rr |»g part (rf the time as chief justice In f » "*• “b'Ctod United States senator, and after aservioe of two years was «p-IHwrited minister to Peru and ran toned. tie remit,Ord at Lima Peru, two years. After being relieved of bis diplomatic duties Mr. I brist is ncy returned t*i Michl ^I10'. ft,vn va# some diesgrueable gossip a smt him In the uewspaiwra at this tim*, sud the notoriety which he achieved was by no means enviable. Ile had married a young treasury clerk fora wife, ami after quarreling for soma Urns he sued her for divoroa diets WARM AIR FURNACES! T««»g Ladles It .egbing It. Homer, Nev.. Kept u_A CMI^ ^ young laity tourer* en route for Y i-emi e (•snipe I on Montro a’s saw,lint dump Mondos- night, nu I fried their barn* an I slapjacks like old mountaineers, aP.r which (hey co,yi.^| up in their bhwket* aud Went to sleep a, "snug aaa Ihi^ la a itag A (onnMable rifle att I six shooter ay b-elde Uhrn and they wenot rum I * ^    * Ut I bul f WO HslilitU*    Hilt)    M d min Hive horm to park ti,err (rap* and were comfortably equipped for rouub-lug IL I J AHI) AND HOLT COA I, Ban r r Fai In the —FINE LINE OF Carriaos. Bones aid Sjnoi laps Mease IVeeeeAlngs. house Iluchanau of New Jererv reealle*! a request of Cummings Monday that the absence of the Mains delegation bs excused on the ground of "political 111 nasa In view of developments he (bought Ca rn ut mgs had made some mis Uke. {laughter] The Virginia election (SM# of I-atigston against Vertablt ('ailed up and much was ..    - -    --    fl»A    was wasted by the Dsntoerate breaking n quorum to prevent its consideration. Se. the Be,* HOAD CART 'n the World for Im. EK, Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III. Fastest Trad FOURTH EVENT OF THE BEHRING SEA DISPUTE. Aenatur Tallula RuffO HD ItMpeete to l^trd Mal Uhary. Wakhi soma CITT. Rapt. rn-In lk# conn*- of hie remark* at the eventag session of the senate Mr. Uullom took occasion to pay bls respects to Lord Heils-bury lls declared himself In favor of a national policy that would protect the in* tercel* of the Unit#*! States against aggression from any foreign nation. He wa* a protectionist poi only la the sun port of a tori It bill, but he was for pro tooting American interests and the national honor in dealing with all foreign nations Melt Robbery et Anguria. Me. Augusta. Me.. .Sept Mi—There baa just come to light a big robbery in the postoffice. There D no city in this country Af (he sire of Augusta that sends so much published matter In the form of mug* tine* ami pertoolcais all over the country. Here era located mammoth publishing houses that weekly receive tons of correspondence from every postoffice in the United fltatoe and Canada Many of three letters contain small amounts of money, a mall sack full of riflad letters has bosn found lo the Kennebec river in the rear of the government buildings Atones hail I wen placed In th* bag, but not enough to Sink It oui of sight The letters all bore th* receiving stamp of tbs Att gusts office. The Lone High way re wa Francisco, HvpL id—a special from Auburn, Cal., to Tire Chronicle says: The George own stage wan «topi et! near Greenwood while OU It* way lo A* burn, by a bigha,it man and robbed. Ile secured the Well* Fargo ex novas bog; but It to not kno wo how reich thr Mi contained. On# of th# paMwngers named I boreas Stevens borrowed a gun and "tarted after the rot,ber, but with what n*»ult Is not yet known Toe Homely la Teach. Ik a Tog, Sept, ll—A Hanford, Coom special say.: A young lady from Youngs town, Ohio. who had been engaged a* In strui-tor in a New Hritaia school was re fused the situation af,sr arriving there to take charge. The only reason that the principal of the Blate Normal school guv* ber wa* that she wa* “tfta homely." IU sirred to pay her a month's salary and ex pc urea back to Youngstown Had Returned to Dust. Mi in aik Kit, Sept. Id—Herman Frauk, during a tour through Egypt some months since, purchased two hi urn re ire and shipped them to Milwaukee to lie placed lo the public museum bere. Th# mummies cost tSrtu each, and to protect the Infant mummy industry of this conn-try something like HOO each wa* added to tbs value In the custom bouts Th# people rf Cleopatra’* country could not •land tbs rigorous climate of Wisconsin and w hen the t asw was opened here it was discovered that one mummy hod returned to dust according to the divine law*. Dim Eloper* Come lo Grief. M/unki, Wept id—A man named * wbo f"1'* • bakery at Indianola, ha,! a young and pretty black eye,! wife gat urday they quarreled, and late in the tiny she disappeared. Nu dbl a yomw man In bu amp tiy named Hhall, tsking IM from Gin cath drawer Hind ay th*) wen-ar re«tet| here aud Mtgiday were taken lawk to Imliarirrfa to answer the charge of larmny. To our friends would say we are now pre Dared to not P*lr OU OM.. H.tU,«cll„„ 1„    ,    ,    J    r'*r.nt,4d iweea always on hand. tai fumaeAA tad re Second-bawd Fare PITTS & HAMILL, J ..........htrekt. ai-5 MIU.UK IT S NO SECRET. TI.at our HTfN’K is the MORT COMPLKTE \Ve can show yon Something New an often aa Aver brough! you oall In: t9 Alto* A Strike Cames ta Mail,tea Grief. Fir PLAT, Ohio, Sept. JO. — Monday morning th* brakemen on the outgoing freight trains on the Toledo, Columbus and Cincinnati road struck for an advance ea.-e* from ll 7ft to RI per day As fasl aa trains arri veil in ibe city the beaks mea left them and Joined the striker*. They attempted to preveat the train* from gotug out manned with new un n. (tut the police interfered Later in the day tin* rn, ii were paid off sod dis charged No farther trouble ie bended. A Relative ml Devy CreehefL BFRIXOnOLD, Ilia, Se,R. lo.-A relative of Davy Cr** kelt turned up at Bpriiigflchl ' Monday and got married. Mix name to ro«k*1*. bb age Sn y^are. and hi* brid*- Mise Jails A. I’opp Alfred va* reared in Kangem in eouniy Hi* fatter Cr,M k*u< wa'* • •'•ond eottsia of Davy Crockett, and wa* notetl among til# early -nlere of this county as a great hunter. appre An Insnltiog Remark. He referred to a remark <rf Lord Halls bury in an cd,!rem to a London club some month* ago to the effect (speaking of the Hah ring sea difficulty) that the United But** wa# such a susrept Ibis nation that Great Britain could no! negotiate "at th* top of Its voice.* He regard#,! that remark as insulting toward the United Hi Ate*, sad expressed the bops that the Dree had tome when tbs difficulties with OfmI s.ritMsn nod btr dtp«n<]«&ciii woo Id lie settled 'honorably to the United Htatesi lo open day and that Lord Salisbury would not be allowed to whlsiwr the secretary of state oui of Amt ii can rights II SEPT. 24th AND 25th. $1,250 in Premiums. i. 1 w.r Pr(»U"umine tare, inquire of of It ices ami Par;leu- tome Illinois Ceases Klguros. Washington Citt, B*pL la-Tim census bureau snnonneed the population of the following cities and towns In fllinoia. burnt It with the Increase In each during the last decade. Belvkter* 1,883, lot ream Alt. hand wleh 8,300. Jo* ream UA; Hyca more 2,IHT, de* reave 41, Galeoa a AM. in-ere im Al. Elgin IT.42II. Irereaae 8,042 Au-rora 10 084, Increaa* 7.701; Batavia a.*18 iAcreaae UU. Dixon 0,149. int rease I 401 Btcrling 5.IB8, int rease TX, Rock fort! 23L-tHl, inc ream IO, Rio Oae Goagl abet Deserves A aet her. Nkv ti»L*AVa beld. IG-A Fort Worth, Tax., dispatch to The Times Democrat "•)*: K l Kennedy, a gambler, shot and killed Farm Moeb-y, a leading merchant, -Monday night, as the latter was getting into a t#gtm J«me* Mcj*lrjrv « broiht r Of the deceased, at one* exchanged shots with Kt-utiedy, sud the murderer was I shot in the side The wound is likely to prove f*t*|^ Kennedy had accused Mosier of intimacy with Mrs Kennedy. A I uristle's G«nlest|ue Mull, DKS MoIX I *, 8.,* lo (Ji)r, fhu held to i*s I usa rte Iif commissioner* at Davenport, lim filed a grotesque petition Iii the I site I Htates court ut K-*>knk lie sure the Htale of I .wa for (5,>U) (pi and inskea * x Prest lent Cleveland. ’» x’ uoveruor Larrabee aud a nu ut ber prominent person* defends-,t^ CARPETS! Tapedry.    Body BruxHoIa Ingrain,    Art lSqUaroH, Bag or Hemp. IjOT RUGrS; lur Moquotte,    Smyrna ‘Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. ■J OI iwoson.. Re tie held was C. A, HEK!), Sec. * Alton. 111. Ha < barges It Ie Free Trad*. Mai.hu., Bapt. la-Prim# MI Diets rfCan-Avas del Cuatello has declared in favor of a social policy similar to that of Emperor William of GertRaay. Ka believe# that tbs evils of the workingmen’s condition ate attributable to tim trade. Mien a Almost ta Please. BAA DRUCE, Pa, Hep! IO.—A keg eou. Uinir.g it* pound* of gun powder exploded a Is.ut noon Monday at McCredy ft Hogg’s stone quarry. Ona tn.m wa# kdied anil others ware badly Injured. Tbs dead and injured are: Wa McDonald dsad, blown almost to piece#; (burge AlL-rt, badly bursted. Albert flunksr, luny Pattroka, James Thomaa bailly bullied. All of them are so terribly la lured that thsy may dis. I sstr.wlssal Nasa Inal tees. Pitts ut co, p#.. t» pc. to -ai th* pubUoan dsierate convention of I wensy third (fcMigretsionaJ district Tuesday, arf. William A. rtone nom.toted ovsr Georgs Slurs* for con. greta. Stone s majority .in i’m ,M>,„iisr vote »a* a,'JI The Bb ires’ delegates male an attempt to bolt if,# convvution but were prevented from doing so h, th# police officer# MAxarikLri, Ohio, Bapt IO—The Re put. b ins of the Fifteenth umyre*»toi at district have nominated by ace'amatiou Oeorgv U Hackett of Delaware c Minty for AtogVWta whether you wish lo buy or not. frequently at our Tim establish motto, A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS. •el aa pire bv Llghtalag. ALncix a, Pa., Kept, IU.- lightning atruek the offi«to of tho Pennsylvania Railroad company at noon Monday, and is a few minutes the buiiding wa# ablaaa The building wa* badly gutted before the tire iou I d be extinguished. Great darn %ge aas dom. by water, mud it is feared valuable records sud memoranda are ruined The loo* will be heavy. I alusbte ( sui# Dying. I IX faun I, Mick, Br pl. JO- Farmer A White, Ayenbite cattle breeders of Mil-bury, (lino, had a hen! of twelve cattie, Ina ming the famous bull Bi snip* Is, on e x h I bi' iou at th# imernstiouai exitoaitlon here last ve.-k The herd show, I *;g„t of iii ne** st the close aud all of them hud Texas fever .tteQtlope died Tu.-sday morning and four other famous Ay#/. **• At BAAR, Th# entire herd w.U pMb ably be hat, The disease wa* contracted en rout# to th* fair, at Tclsda ALTUM WITH A I AU NOW KRAI'V TO ri'KklAli gYggV MAN IN SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, HA DK KROM CLOTH. DKlJCfTKD I .Pgt {ALLT fog FAIjL WEAR. t»r I* Tug Ro-tr mi diam manner, With. Perfect Tbs Baltimore Reecho# Swedes. I AMI POK, Bapt, 10,—The United States steamer Baltimore, with tile remains of Capt. Mrtosaou on board, arrived at Uoi Kau burg, Ow eden, Tuesday morning. Heavy Robbery is Germaay. IjWtntB, He pl JA -A 8’ utigart diapateh says that un extensive robb*ry occurred ■Si mi I a j- night on the Fried richshn fan railway. A mad car was despoil -d of a quantity of boud# aud chouka and HUI0ft) in money. Ckoiora Aprs*.ling la RgvpL CAUK), Sept, lo.—To* cholera la spread ing and "cverel case* ate rei>oried at Ta kar. Fit, will Pica ae AU. Moritz [WANT ut rStelRl««rW ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: September 10, 1890

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