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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY VOLUME o UltANJJ MtUOAD i TISSUE All sizes nnd AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF AT THE VKKY LOWEST Cali Karly toavoia the I POPULAR IOC Skeet Sole CHOICE SELECTIONS Tarifl Bill Passed Voto of 40 to 29 uy a PIANO AND 101 103 Third Away iortrudo Dream uipatlence Banjo Jack Frosts loment Musical Schubert lavful Greene lusslan Grand Brands tar of Affection howerof Hoses Vreath THE he Stepping by Sidney OCAL AND IOC a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE 011 Applica or Mailed FHEE to any Third and Piasa Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR THE St Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines for the Farm LINE OF See the Best KOAD CART in the World for Hardware and Farm III in FOUETH EVENT OP THE 24th AND in Baces ftN THE RECIPROCITY Ho Kngnrrted the Amomlment Matlior Uxolaratlon of Purnnie Than u Definition of of and of North sny of SpBnker Komla Victory In the Maine WASHINGTON sen ate met at 11 oclock and after a few mo merits spent with routine lie arlff bill was taken uptho question bo ng on Its passngowlth six hours allowed to close the discussion which thn vote was to be Hoar was thu first to address the Referring to the reciprocity proposition he said that he had voted for It hesitation and should not hove done so if he had thought that thu scheme contained in the wimend meut was nil that was likely to come out of entering ou that There wore some great constitutional difficulties In the way which had been ably stated by He thought also that on the one the reciprocal exchanges were Incom plete and that they contained one or two artiolesegpeciaJly tin and hldesthat bad to be dealt with solely in the view of internal interests and relation to the effect on other countries of their be ing taxed or How Ho Regarded the He thought also that in the forefront of any policy on that question the United States should determine to put an end as far as legislation could do to the practices of foreign nations imposing ex port duties on products used He would have such products coming from such excluded altogether from American if they could be supplied from regarded tho amendment rather as a declaration of purpose than as a definition of legisla tive and it was in that view that he had given it his Hiscock commenced bU speech with a bitter arraignment of Democratic sena who he said had surpassed their predecessors and themselves in charlatin misrepresentation and Insincere professions of devotion to the industrial interests of the Comparison of Coming directly to the tariff bill His cock asserted that not been con structed with a view to injure but rather to create and footer Its effects would be so beneficial that It would remain a long time undisturbed and even the Democrats would change front nnd proclaim their devotion to thn principle of He went on to compare the administration of Har rison with that of Cleveland and said the benefltn which had resulted from a Republican administration of public at fairs were forcibly illustrated by a com parison of the financial operations of the treasury department The largest In crease in the Internal revenu e receipts in anyone year during Clevelands ad ministration had been while without any change In the law the In crease in collections for the first full year of Harrisons administration had been This gain might ha he credited to Republican honesty and efficiency in that one branch of the treasury Increased Vae of The wisdom of the Republican policy with regard to silver was His cock apparent In the increased pros perlty of the The late admlnls tration had been content with denounc ing the silver coinage act and demanding its repeal without offering anything in its But the present administration had earnestly urged the passage of meas ures providing for a largely Increased use of silver In and the lead ing features of that administrative policy had since been enacted into Gibson called attention to some points in the sugar schedule under which he aald the whole sugar crop of Louisiana would be forced upou the market at a sacrifice of not less than or which would be added to the irofits of the sugar He wished to lave the senate conferrees made ac quainted with the of Senator Turpie addressed the senate In opposl lon to the Opening with an allusion to the clause pauper labor so often used In the tariff he said that if that meant the labor of inmates of prisons or of elemouynary ho WAS very certain that none of the products of suoit either in Europu or the United entered into tho volume of foreign mid that If It menut the labor of those who wure represented in tha in ternational congress of It should not bu qualified as It was true that tho laborer of Europe WHS often very illy paid in some but in the United States also they were often very wretched ly If American wages were supe rior to wages in other conn tries it was a subject for but it was no reason why the American laborer should be sub jected to unnecessary or to un just The tariff bill passed the senate by a vote nays As soon as the vote was announced theseuate IIouio A beautiful floral the gift of the enrolling clerks of the adorned Speaker Keodn Tuesday It was a large shield of white Immortellej with a border of roses and smllax on which was in blue Immortelles the word An Immense gavel of white Indicative of the wwer with which the speaker has wielded hat cmblam of surmounted he Immediately after the house was called to order by Speaker Pro Tem OFtrrall raised the point that that there wan no quorum The speaker pro being unable to count a Hauguii of Wisconsin moved a call of the The roll wag but ti dUelose a passed at If the elections In hi district were guided at All by Iwues the must have heon guided mainly by thl one of the federal election and In my opinion heir expression At the polls wa a distinct nnd unqualified indorsement o federal control of the eongrewlonal eloo Another thlngthe people like and If there Is one thing which Reed more than another It is nerve I be people are Mred of the namby pamby politicians nnd they like to see A man have tho courage of his Reeds election not only menus the in doiwjinoHt of the federal election bill but ulso a pronounced expression In favor of backbone in tor tho Hully The Read victory was received in good humor by the actual controlling Demo srau in both the senate and Vunce of North Carolina said It U a triumph for the bully boy in American nnd I am for the bully I want to know where a man I hate all mugwuuipery and hnlfheartoijuuss If the country Reed right In his thorough let him go They are responsible and will have to take the It would bo Inappropriate to remind them that there was once a gontKrnan named Stafford who advocated the thorough methods under the administration of aimilos I of and who subsequently lost his head but said the I have heitrd of men losing their heads here and turning up not bit the I worse for I First Examination of the leged Train Al THE TWO MEN PLEAD NOT The Prlsonm Wore Not In the LeaU conccrtrd and Made No Application for Tim KnlglitN of Their IlllnoU Cuntrul Men Want Morn PayOutlook for Another Htroet Car Strike nt Hut exam mtion of the men arrested nt Albany for ittfiupting to wreck the Mont real ex press took place before County Judge of Wednesday morning at Ttiere werj present John 01 s How Are Amoi WASHINGTON icntisiit tho Capitol Tuesday woiejiibi ant over the returns from There vos gome fear that Reeds majority would be cut and It was the intention if it was no 500 to contest the election on ihe issue of the naturalisation qunrrel at and an informality at But was too much Among the most persistent assail ants of Speaker Heed has boon Amos Cummtngs of New When we went down to the folding room Tues day he saw this and It made him sad How are Amos Hows the Kittery navy yard and the Biddeford vote For I feel He had to stand a lot of but took in good BOLD DAYLIGHT Thieves a Bank Secure from at Hay special to The Newsfrom Bay anys A few minutes before noon three man entered the Nation bank two of them went to the teller and book and engaged them In conversa tion about banking The third slipped around to the back of the book keepers desk and stole a package of bills amounting to which was ready for After the departure of the trio the robbery was discovered and the police notified but they have not yet captured the The Second National bank is located on the most prominent corner of the Luwjcrs lu a Consterna tion reigns among lawyers and litigants of Shiiiwassee The prob ably for the first time in is with out a The trouble is that the super visors In returning the namrs for the lists made mistakes which cannot be Judge Smith decided that the jury was irregular and dismissed Under tho ex isting law a new jury cannot be called mi til next In the meantime de fendants and plaintiffs must crimin als may go and lawyers seek n new vocation unless the state legislature to the relief when it meets in January Jordial niil tho two prln their JUKI Ice of Troy Miwier Workman Secretary imd Ttenstirer of district nxnembly Howeu of the snine and the prose Tiling District Attorney John Tho ptisoiurs wore iiui u the ast disconcerted nnd looked Uiine the erne for The examination begun at once Buy They Judge Urimth you ore having to wreck n train on the night of Sept B liHV do you pleadr Not replied Kiernan firmly and with a John you charged with feloniously placing on the track of the New York Central con lined Judge Not replied Justice counsel for the prison said lie to Uiink the over ami with hi District Attorney for the prose said thin on Monday and that an ex limitation might therefore as well be m on Ihn commel ncnod to this I lie in itur was until at 11 u Lie ion this was minouncud Muslei took out n roll of iiiomv and handed n bill to Cordial l to The men wore then back to no application Imvinx made for The and snoivn ro liie Unite J s reporter and show that ha mei still large are Thomas Cain and Aitbm limit hat is also Reed was Itnlglits express OH conlMeii if the prisoneid THE INDUSTRIAL The of Central Sinn Sloru of the Imn not yet been abo to come to a decision ii ro card to the rrqucst traiiinen road for nn of He Ins pi cured schedules of I ho ralei paid liy roads in ull parts of ihu country in ihtn employes nnd Is injr these wii h i hi Illinois Centnils General Suiir iutcndent Hnlllvan has not yet from his buc Is expeclo I n day or Whan he Imck G ueinJ Manager Beck will discuss the elliMilon with him ami see um bo ilonu in tuc way of complying with the request of the The Famous Sofr COAL le at live minutes notice IB Burns ro a Cioar Gray Best Soft Coal in tfae HARD COAL In all d at Lowest Market Quality COY BEFORE Dorsey 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AJSTB WARM AIR FURNAGiS I nr A to put fa Convicted of a was con victed of bigamy hero Tuesday who married a wife lu Rochester flvo years came to this county last year anil opened a mercantile busi ness In this He court ed and married Miss Grace daughter of a wealthy Afler a few months he left his victim and return ed to his horns in from whence IIP was brought on a Thegay deceiver is a mau of VrHiioU Murphy ROCK the temperance and Bebucca president of the Womans Christian IVnipcranca of Council Weis uurried IB this city Tuesday night fit the residence of the brides ami started for the Murphy a handsome many years her husbands jun She henceforth aid him In his work National Union of Stout The national con ventioii of Htono culled willi the of forming a Stono tin tional Union of lu Hessiofi In ihis The deltwitoa present from New Mlsjomi and ing stone They say thai having heretofore been affiliated other building trades the Intends were not sulllcluiuly considered an I they have therefore determine I to form H distinct national Slroit Cur HIII Tuero U a opread feel ing of dUs the employes of thu Chicago Strvut Railway A committee of four called upon President Yerkes Wednesday morning and among other tli I n a reinstatement of 100 discharged employes and u rigid adherimco to prom ises previously made by the company to Its Tho conference lasted nearly two U but the result could not be PITTS 315 BELLE and 3 3nf wlik ITS NO SECREL We Ills Children In u An Indian living near Paso del left Saturday ufteruoon on Imparting ho locked his two chil a boy of 7 and a girl of lu a largo box so an to keep them out of the He did not return until Sunday ivheu the boy wis found to be dead and the girl in u dying She was nearly The was ar DUmitlHttod with rumor here amoug labor men i but lu the event of tlio re election of tiinuritl Master Work man local Anwimblv wlu Jo w glitxs will tliu Knights of The principal onuses of untUfaotloii are Haiti lo be niln manngcmiiiit of the lisutrul rallroiul ililU and too much lavish eziHiniliturev of moiiiy by the oUloorH of the 01 uspvcinlly In Die matter of A council of GUEKK The coro ners Jury in cane of Mary Hen found brought In a verdict Tuesday that death wua at the hands of llennol was found in bin barn Saturday night with a wound In his head and lu which condition Jin still SPEAKER REEDS Wunt Ounnon uf uiinolv and Vitaea of North flay of WABIIINOTON Im SepU mau Cannon of Illinois puts a somewhat uulque Interpretation upou lUods big It U a distinct indorsement of the fed eral election said and a rebuke fo the methods of the Ilicd was well known to leprewnt be which a federal nut bur whluh Would Klro llmlinwrlten In The members of tho Fire Underwriters Asiotlatlon of the 178 convened la their tHentyflmt annual meeting at the Qranil Pucllio hoUl Bimorids the willud tho con vention to Iliitf Ohulern In Cholera Is utnuug Iho hngM around rarmtr Quv farmer naiiiud Quorge Hishop has lost head by the Buvurul other furuiuia have lost large of Cllttuiiony NBW the pas nengors ou Ihu White Star fcUamor Teu whluh ruauheil thu bur at 7 uclook Wednesday were Chauucoy Dcpuw and Aruhbiuhup Hud Itujrt H A nroat on which destroyed twenty wan by u boy sot flru to bin la IliniKir ut Ainilher atlviH of tho DrolliiThootl of Kjillroail Tmlnmcn are In town iml were in sccrot BLHHloii Humor bus It that ftriko on the wholi Erin in likely lo oeuur IJOOHIIMO o tlio Erlen baud lliiK Coiitral A Dougli a wealthy farmer living alxiut six Itiou ml ut about 8 Monday night whilertcllu Im on a nufa lu The tvuupou wliloli wasaBliotguii loaded with buck WHS llrcil throiiKh tho window Posses nro tcourlnB the country but no truce of t liu aMHMHln yet lioon NtlVIf MIlKl tllU Mrws lian Iwn lontuuoad by Judge Hiue to lie hauled for the murder of hln Tho dale of liU execution will bo fixwl liy Ihu To the couct Momt mild 111111 convinced that the Loru not hold mo bio for the death uf my and I do nut bold myaelf re Itlunil KIIU Ovor M of party of ugriioH liuciimo Involved lu a general row over a guuiii of craps lu a saloon InKlyrla Vuesday and in the melee TliomiM lluulinur waa uliot Orno Jackson and Cnarios Harris were badly wcmudml and suvural otnura seriously with Rag or IJXT Dado or Body Brussels Art Laco or XOXT JFtTJOSs 1 ur Smyrna ieataL Oil Wire and Cocoa HOWELL FALL I AM NOW HKADV TO FU11NUU KVKKY MAN IN WITU A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MAOK KHOM BKLKOTKt Ctrl IN T11K MOST STrWBII At will Flense AND 0 Figures that GK
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