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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME ILL THE WRECKcRS Mother ISSdE All sizes and AND A COMlMSTIS STOCK Of The Tver POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS AND THK TJBK o TEA BBS OF THE rarer PIANO AND Uiopstick AT TUK VBUT LOWEST Call Early to avoia tlio liusn f 101 103 Third Dream npotlenco n the ack Frosts ilomont lavful Q usslan Grand ar oi Affection Hartuiann lower or noses rcath THE he Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSlKUMKNTAL IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 i Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FItEE to any Third and Piasa Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR TIIE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and rter Oak Mora and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet Farm f LINE See the Be9t KQAD CART in the World for Aldrichs Amendment to the Tariff Bill TWO REPUBLICANS VOTE AGAINST IT iey Are Kilmnmli of Vermont and of Now YorkSenator Cullom His to ij0rd Dnrlng Siiocoli ut BII Kvnnlng of the of Several WABMINOTON sen ate met at 10 oclock and resumed con sideration of the tariff Aldrichs reciprocity amendment WHS agreed to by a vote of yeas nays All the Democrats and two Republic ansIwlmiinds and Evwtevoted against the amendment as finally agreed to reads M follows That with a view to secure reciprocal trade countries prodsiclng the following arti cles and for tbb on and after the 1st day of whwnpver and so often as the president shall satisfied that the government of country pro ducing and exporting tea and raw and uncwed or any of such imposea duties or other exactions upon the agricultural or other products of the United which in view of the free introduction of sugar tea an1 hides the United States he may deem to be reci procally unequal and he shall have the power and it shall be his duty to suspend by proclamation to that the provisions of this act relation to the free introduction of such tea and the production of such country for such time as he shall deem and in such case and during such suspension duties shall be collected and paid upon tea and the product of or exported from namely All sugars not above 13 Dutch standard In color shall pay duty on their polarisoopic test as namely All sugars not above 18 Dutch etan dard m color all tank bottoms sirups of cane juice or of beet con centrated concrete and concen trated testing by the polarUcope not above T5 seven tenths of 1 cent per pounj and for every additional degrea or fraction of a degree shown by the polarisopio two hundredts of 1 cent per pound additional all sugars above 18 Dutch standard in color shall be classified by the Dutch standard of color and pay duty as namely K BUgaTr above Na 1S not 8 16 Dutoh standard of 1 cents per pound all sugar above No 16 and not above 80 Dutch standard of 1 cents per pound all sugars above 80 Dutch standard of 2 cents per pound mo lasses testing above 56 4 cents per gallon sugar and sugar sweep ngs shall be subject to duty either as molnsses or iw the case may be according to polariscoplo test On coffee 8 cents per pound on 10 per pound raw or whether or Angora goat skins without the nnmanu asses raw or unmanu and except with the wool IK cents per Ordered to Third The bill was then reported to the sen ate and all the amendments that hud OCCB adopted in committee of the whole wore agreed to in the senate except those on which separate votes were demanded The them was Plumbs amend ment for a customs commission on which Gorman demanded a separate The amendment was agreed toyeft8 nays 20 By a vote of 3fFto a strict party the senate ordered the tariff bill to a third reading and The bill was ordered printed with the amend ments and the senate went Into exeou tlve session at and at m y Homo In the house Buchanan of New Jersey recalled a request of Cummings Monday that the absence of the Maine delegation bo excused on the ground of political Inesi In view of developments be thought Cummings had made gome mis The Virginia election case of Langaton against Tenable was nailed up and much time was wasted by the Democrats breaking a quorum to pre vont its Attempt to Produce a Uoplio on tho 10 A rtes Derate attempt was made Monday night to wreck the Lollta and Chicago express which leaves New York on the New York Control at 0 Tho train was stopped for a danger signal south of Old which Is 600 yards south of the New Two mfn Ul Items of Interest Caught from the A FARMER SWINDLED BY BUNCO MEN d and when he took of one of them to remove he was red upon from the bushes from the oast side of the Knowing that tho fast express was nearly duo he ran set the danger signal which stopped tho There wore ties on the up nmin There were also two ties ulonsHide of the rail toward tho south so as to dlUh the Another DanUnllv 10 An attempt was made Monday evening to wreck the westward bound Kockport of the UoHton and Maine at WestLvnn Jwiwmm and Saugus Hive William Murdockf who re suloB at 24 Light was walking on the track when he found a 88f cot rail lying at right anjrles across both Uacke at a point several hundred rods from tho Lynn Finding the rail too heavy for him to ho took a Tf Bwtcha with t slopped the train within two car lengths of the It took the Uenth THE GRIM at of Judeo Chris tiancydied Monday evening at after an illness of many He was born at in 1812 making him 78 years of His educa tion was that of common schools and he was early a He studied law went to in 1880 and com pleted his taking high rank as a From 1841 to 1840 he was prose cuting attorney in 1R48 was a delegate and loader at tho national FrceSoil con vention at Buffalo was senator in 1850 51 andlreeSoil candidate for governor in Unenviable He was a delegate to the First National Republican convention at Philadelphia in In 18j he was elected justice of the supreme court of M and was reelected in 1805 and serv ing part of the time as chief In 1875 he was elected United States and after a service of two years was ap pointed minister to Peru and resigned two years After being relieved of his diplomatic UuMes Christiancy returned to Mlcbi 1 hero was some disagreeable gossip about him in the newspapers at this time and the notoriety which he achieved was by no means He had married a young treasury clerk for a and after quarreling for some time ho sued her for They of iiml Over to Com IBtltlon Kllnd Ijy a LtiiintloTwo Yountf Lmlloi n Union Adam days ago out of by moiitc but only He met the mon in tinusual war and won a prizo of asked to show cash for ai sum The far mer just and thU Sum It was I Tho supposed was in and handed by one of the swindlers to and the latter Induced the farmer to oox llien ihsrccuitncle was pliuxd in the which they they parted was handed to Mm to wlln the back WIlMl Ill till ihoold farmer became suspicious aud the found only unhusked and the following let you haveliun you thought you won Koning Inst of one who you thought a hut you are the You can Ml poiico If you but it will do you by tho nine you read Hm we wi I be out of tho reach of the i 0lly Ulil you can gain by c Is being aughed at the will to you Unolo John how threrard moiite and you could win 3JUr Sinnnd HuviNG HiiiiH dlere The Famous Gilli spie Soft COAL de vered at five notice in Burns to a Clear Gray or Best Soft Coal the HARD COAL In all at Lowest Market Quality COY BEFORE THE BIG I DorseyfeMann 310 Belle 84 of YouiiKLiiilUH UA citiple young lady tourists route for on Muntroes sawilmt dump Momlay slapjacks like old aftr which they up their blanks and went to sleip in rfnurf os u In a A formidable rlHaanT six uy iKHldo them am hey wore nut mo leste had two saddle and a diimnutivo burro to pack their find were comfortably equipped for rough SOST Mall Bobbery ut lias just come to light a bls robbery in the poat There is no city in this country of the size of Augusta that sends so much publiHhed matter in the form of maga zines und periodicals all over the country Here nro located mammoth publishing houses that weekly receive tons of corre spondence from every postoffloe in the United States and Many of letters contain small amounts of A mall Back full of rifled letters lias boon in the Keanebec river in the rear of the government buildlnjrB Stones had hoen placed in the but not enough to sink it out of The letters all bore the receiving stamp of the Au gusta Tliu little SAN special from to Chronicle soys The GeorKc own BinKcwas Hiojped neur Greenwood while on Us way to An by a lilKliWiiyninii anil robbed Ho secured the out it is not knoivu how much the box One of llionias Stevens borrowed a KUII and Ktarted after the but with is not yet Too Ilnmuly to Hun Conn special A younj ludy from Youngs who hud been engaged as in struetor in a New Britain school was re fused the situation after arriving there to take The only the principal of the State Normal school her was that she was too homely lie OK reed to pay her a months salary and expenses back to PITTS 315 BELLE STREET Had Itoturnod to Frank during a tour through Egypt some months purchased two mummies and shipped them to Milwaukee to be placed in the public museum hero The mummies coct and to protect the infant mummy industry of this coun try something like 8100 each was added to the value In the custom The people of Cleopatras country could not stand the rigorous climate of Wisconsin und when the case WHS opened here it was discovered Mint one mummy had returned to dust according to the divine f i w r V f Hardware and Farm III FOURTH EVENT OP THE THE BEHRINQ SEA Senator Cullora Hit WASIIINQTON the course of his remarks at the owning sos sion of the senate Cullom took sion to pay his respects to Lord Salis He declared himself in favor of a national policy that would protect tho in torcsta o the United States ngalnst ag grofalon from any foreign He was a protectionist not only in the sup port of a tariff but he was for pro tooting American Interests and tho na tional honor in dealing with all foreign An IiiiuUlug Ho referred to a remark of Lord Salis bury In an address to a London club some months ago to the effect speaking of the Bohrlngsoa difficulty that tho United States was such a susceptible nation that Groat Urltain could not negotiate at tho top of Its He regarded that re mark as insulting the United and the hope that tho tlmo had oomo when tho difficulties with Great Britain and her dependencies would be settled honorably to the United States in open day and that Lord Salisbury would not bo allowed to whisper the secretary of stale out of American rights A Strike Cornea to Nuilclcn Monday morning the brnkomuu on the outgoing freight trains on the Columbus and Cincinnati romlntruck for an advance in waxes from II 75 to per As as trains arrived in the city the bnikuinen left tliimi and joined the They attempted to prevent tho trains from going out manned with new mi luit the police Later In Urn day thu men were paid off and dis No further trouble Is appre One Clooil Shot KW 10A Fort rilKimtch to The TimesDemocrat Ed u shot and killed Fiims a leading merchant as the latter was getting into a JiimeH a brother of the at once exchanged shoU with and tho murderer was shot In the The wound Is likely to prove Kennedy had accusod Mos loy of Intimacy with Cnmo to DES man named who runs a bakery at had a young and pretty blackeyed wife Sat urday they ami late In tho day she So did a yomw man lu erapoy mimed tuklng from the cash Sunday they wonar rested hero and Monday were takim back to Indiunola to answer tlio charge of A of Davy relative of Davy Crockett turned up at Springfield Monday and Bot His name Is Hi H W and bis bride Miss Jnlln Alfred was reared in Snngamon His father Cartwell a second cousin of Unyy and was noted among the early sul tiers of this county as a A Dus 10Uilei Otis held to itiboiio by connnkslonurs at has fllrnj ii In tho United States murt at Hu SUCH the Stale of Invn for fi noi and niiikcM Cleveland ex Governor Lirrabuo and a of promlnint pwifoiis ITS NO We Rag or XIKT Dado or Body Brussels Art Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa 24th AND in Inquire of of Unices and Pariicu Some Illlnoti Ceiuiiii WAHIIINOTOS cen sus bureau announced the population of tho following cities and towns In Illinois together with the Increase in onah during tho lust denude Holvtdoro Inoreuse Sandwich increase 153 Syca more doorease 41 Galoiia in crease 4fl Elgin Increase Au rora Increase Hatavla Increase 074 Dlxou Incraaso 1 4IM Sterling Increase 736 Hockford Incrvtue lie Vlinrgot to Frue MlnlstoirlCan del Contullo has declared In favor of a social policy similar to that of Kmporor William of He Ixd loves that evils of tho worklngmeus condition attributable to frue lllotvn Alinodt to A con talnlng 100 pounds of gun powder ex ploded about noon Monday at McCrady stone One man was killed and others ivuru liadly Injurud I ho dead and Injured aru McDon blown almost to plooes Ooorgo badly btirmd Allcrt Jony Juntos badly All of thoso are so terribly in jured that they may tlinxriiitnlonitl Nomlnnt 10 At the He publican convuntlon Of Twiiilyahlrilcoiigrissloiial district held William Slone noinlniiteil over ieorKo UlilrnH for con Stones majorlly liu populnr vote was Thu dileKHlus made an attempt to bolt eiujviuUon but were prevonlol from doimr by the pollcu HO puhliciins of the Klfltionth district have nominalcd aoolamatlon Uiurgu Suokettof Uulawaru county for you vvsh to buy or not at oui Hot on Kilo by Lightning struck tho of tho 1utiiisylvanlu Hullniad ooinpany ut IKKHI and In a fnw minutes the building was ablaxe Tho bitlldliiK was badly gutted boforo the tiro uuuld Ixi irout dam ago was done by and It Is fearud valuable records and memoranda are Tlu hwa will bo The llHllliuorn The i jilted Htutes steamer with the remains of KrloHson ou arrived at Tuwday Ililiivlilu Cultlu lObarmei Ayershlru catllo of Mil hud a hunt of iwulve cuttle il11 bun on ixliiljldon at the linornmloiiMl here last week The signs of ut Ihu cloao and all of Ihriu had IBXIIH died Tuesday moinlng ami four other famous Ayur shins at The onllra herd will prob ably be The dUoiiKo win contracted Ill route to the at Heavy Itoliuury la Supt 10 A Huttgort dispatch says that an CXIIIIHIVU mlibfy ocourroil on thu jVfjiMlrlclmliafujj A mall car dimpulM of u of bondu and ohuokn and IU0003 lu fholiiru In oholoni Is sproail Ing and Biiveral cauei aio at To I AM NOW UKAIir TO FUUNMII KVIHY WAX IN riiintoii UVJIKY 11AX IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF r BKIJCOTKI fOB CUT 1 s J10ST AND o At Figures that will Please GK Moritz   

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