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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY TELEGBA VOLUME TUESDAY SEPTEMBfill Every building ated on the GHAND OAKNIVA in Alton should bo decorated on the 17th The SECOND To give evert a chance to becomingly OKLEBllATK this we have put In a NEW and COMMJSTK 8T00K of TISSUE All Sizes and AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF AT THE VEKY LOWEST KfCall Early to avoid the POPULAR IOC Sheet Sole CHOICE SELECTIONS OARBFUUA ARttANGKU FO BEOIMET AND FOH THB U8K OF TEACH BBS OF THIS PIANO AND 101 103 Third Ghopsttck Fly Away Gertrude Uream Impatience Banjo In the Jaefc Krogts Playful Russian Grand Star of Affection Shower ot Hoses by Wreath THE The Stopping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL 100 U OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed any Third and Piasa III Ready Mixed Paints a s AGENTS FOR THE Bt Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and darter Oak stoves and Raiip Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE See the Best KOAD CART in the World for Hardware and Farm Are Imraoniely popular becanse they itrietlr folly and still only medium In Are the best tn the andI All others for Over In Tho uro bound to have the andirlllTiavo none unt ho Oar prices ore the lonust and terras nlther time payments or ns cus tomers Call and see or send for Cata loffuei and full E NATIONAL CAPITAL The Tariff Bill Reported Back from AND IS CONSIDERED A Resolution by McKlutfy Vigorously Against by Hlowiit of Ooor gin and McMillan of Cannon About Home lielng Opposed to 1U Minister Smith to WABHINOTON from the committee on ways ant reported back the tariff bill with sou a to with the recom mendation that the amendments be non concurred This was at ouoe constd erod in coinmlUee of thu McKin ley tbeu offered a resolution from the committee on rules for the Immediate consideration of the tariff bill In the After two hours general debute it ahull be In order to more to noucon cur in the sonata amendments tn gross and agree to the committee on confer BUBO asked for by the find the house ahull without further delay or other motion proceed to vote on said mo The Resolution The previous question onthe resolution was ordered yeas nays of protested against the resolution contending that It was a parody on delib It would have been better to have provided for no for this coursu would at least have had the sem blance of The right to vote on any separata denied to every member by this ibe ho Blount insisted should reject this It wag an unfortunate MoMil of also opposed the resolu tion and oiititlaod the committee on rules for reporting it The majority in caucus hod determined not only that the minority should be but that the plumed knight should bo The retiolu tion was then yeas nays Reinarlfs of flower of Ifey McKlnley gave a very brief of the Semite amendments entered Into no argument ng to their propriety or Im Flower of New York said that the estimated revenue for the year was This congress bad appro priated What was the he of this tariff bill Why not leava the present law as it with an amendment for reciprocity which meant and not one of tlieju jnmping tlie string of which the president could pull at any time He charged the Republican party with demoralizing lie believed that the pending bill was demoralizing tht country and would demoralize it atill The true business of this congress was to cheese para if out down the expenditures of the government so that they should equal the revenues and no That was duty and that was Opposed to the McHitt of Arkansas opposed the bill both in its original form and us on the ground that it discriminated against the farming Furqnhar of Now in behalf of the millions of poor people who inhabited cities on the northern hoped that the senate amendments in regard to the duty on fish would bo voted Payson of Illinois thought that in various respects the bill us It passed the senate won pre ferable to the measure as It passed the He spoke in favor of the senate amendment placing binding twine on the freo nnd said that he would be delighted if a vote could be liml upon concurring in that He was a He was a believer jp He puulicat He believed in the theory of protection but he did not be lieve in a theory of protection whlob put upon the dutiable list an the raw material of which was absolutaly freo of duty and the manufacture of which was iu the bands of a combination whiobloould be indicted under the act passed by the present Tin Kagnr After protesting the placing of works of urtupou the five ho touched upon the sugar question and hoped that the bouse would stand by its The Illinois Republican delegation in the house ho said had reason to feel KittUfled in the position it bad It had unanimously adopted a resolution that sugar at the grade of 10 dutch standard and below should go on the true He mill he though he spoke for his Republican colleagues from to stand by tlio sugar fop iwr to thu end of the Ho ITU roady to stand Mere and stay until tu jist de mands of an intelligent were mot anil ESTEY 233 State 910 918 Olive St Million HE LIKES A HOT FIGH Wlmt Cannon Sayi of His for Be Election to WASHINOTON non tnlkcd freely Sunday respecting the report that The Dimvllle one of bin home bad come out in op position to his After going over the reasons which to bis mind led the odltor to write the Cannon Raid It you ask would I rather he had not doiu it I frankly uuswer but I shall not be cast down beouuse of the They uro making what I hot fight m soon as 1 get away from hew I will Its there to mako It aa IntunwUntf I have not done anything per sonally and the Republican party has not done anything collect Ivoly of which we ought to be All that li needed to get about among the people tell them IruilleU Hli Returning to the newipapar defection Cannon said the statement that four teen papers hi liU dUtrliit had repudiated him before TheUonunuroial traamily to That number had abandoned bis hut In in iliiiion ha kitdi the editor had a born o wruonal dUappolntraeot over the dliUlbutlon of and The sitinu kind of a said htui been made agalust me Iu every campaign for eighteen yeurn without and it will not sac oeeil Ulnliter SuiItU to WA8H1KQTON U Uarued from vary good authority that GiiAlM Emory United Uter to vf 111 not return to hU but will hU position of editor of Pblladalpitia which be Tttoatw to acoapted tfiw nomination an minister by Hit IB KiiasU Ims an Agreeable ho but the Interests whiuh he temporarily surrendered are bollevad by bis friends to busomuoh more to him lonally and his services as director of The Pious are considered to valuable that will soon terminate his career as a diplo matic officer and return to his Death of John WABHINOTON John warden of the district Jail died suddenly Sunday morning of bronchial at bis residence in thin He has been in Illhealth for some Crocker has been warden of the Jail for twenty He personally supervised the execution of Charles the assassin of President Lntt of the Appropriation WASHINOTON house committee on appropriations agreed tore port the general deficiency bill back to the house with a recommendation that the eennte nmomlmonta be nonconcurred Thin Is the laat of tho appropriation AN WPORTANT Annual Meeting of the Swltchtnetu Mu tual Aid Nearly 200 representing nearly every rail road system in the United States nlid are here to participate in the annual convention of the Switchmens Mutual AJd Association of North Amer In view of Mia which have taken place lit different parts of the country during tha past and of the fact that the of the grand lodge of the order partici pated in the recent conference of the federation of railroad employes at Torre and which declined to order out Its employes In aid of the of the present convention is by all odds the most ever held under the auspices oj the Bun Down by Saturday night at midnight a Hamilton and Dayton switch engine with several can in front of It ran over Dallas Carter at Hog Creek bridge and mangled him beyond Several cars were thrown from the crushing Charles Smith tp doafh and fatally injuring Frank Tho fast train on tho Duriingtoq and Qutnoy itruck and a man by the name of Irwin B iker Saturday evening and seri ously injured two all of whom were trying to drive across the track in front of tho Tlio Sunday at The president and liis family attended the Episcopal services held In the Mountain house par lors Sunday the excep tion of brief walks during the re mainder of the day the members of the presidents household remained quietly in their pretty gaturday the day was enlivened by the visit qt two Grand Army posts and the Veteran league of persons in A re ception ivns hold at wbioh au addraaa was preuenUid to the he was anil made a brief speech the The Revolver At 8 oclock Sunday afternoon the 10yearold son of Pan bum We Engineer Charles Beam with a companion came homo from Sunday school and finding a revolver in a pointed it playfully at his com Tho latter begged him to mt tho boy laughingly answered him it vua not and to convince him lacud tho revolver to bis own throat and mlled the The weapon exploded tilling him the ball passing out at the baw of the Death of a Leading NEW Sopt Will am president of the Jesuits col ege In this died of apoplexy at 8 clock Sunday afternoon just after retir ng from the pulpit at the of the mmaculiite He was master several and was regarded as Im loader of the local clergy In eloquence nd He was a son of Will am Mi who commanded Miles egion in tbe Confederate army and wag captured by Burke at Port Hudson Ono Man Klllud at a Fire early Sun ay morning almost completely destroyed be Peukbaiu Candy companys aotory occupying 407 and 409 Main When the after several ours hard succeeded in subduing lie flames a part of the wall instantly fireman Pan Lynoh and seriously ijurlng Fireman James The oss on the stock and machinery of the amnanyU f insured for n the fully Killed by a Vailing trestle at Simpson Watkins1 breaker at Duryea fell Sunday morning while carpenters were making repairs upon Two of tbe John Gladdy of West Pitts ton ana William Oiuistead of and a 10yearold Hungarian boy who wasolttlng under the trestle were Guddy were ltnlml Ifp Irloo of Vine yellow pine lumber composing tbe Southern Yellow Pine Manufacturers ended their convention Sat Thu report of tbe committee on prices WAS adopted with a few Kmeud and raises thu prices on all finish ing lumber from 00 cents to per Uottlli ol Newton Newton head of tho Lotfcwood Bntluard dlttd Sunday night In the 68th year of liU DIM started In Ibo printing business here iu lit was wealthy and had given mttth to the Hartford Theological Fttllurv of u Commlmlou FoilT firm of Savagu of which fur years conducted oils of the largest commission and produce buying IIOUXIM In northwestern hiwi Their liabilities ant estlmatud at Kmittinced to fo II train gulng over thu CuKiiunatl and Musklugum was wrecked at KeeiJn Miuilnii Monday The iv killed and ironmii badly uuri Ericssons Remains Da livered to A VERY IMPRESSIVE OCCASION The Fnneral at Stockholm Viewed by the Oar rlnge of tlio Kino of SwoiUn Being In at the Invonto Taken to Wermland for Lookout of the Southampton Dookmen 10 body of John Krlosson was lauded from the United Status warship Baltimore Sunday afternoon with much Tbf remains were transferroll by a steam barge draped in black and com mandod by a captain of Swedish When thp funeral bargo arrlvoc at tho landing stage tbe governor o Stockholm formally received the which was then borne by the Amnrioan sailors to a targe handsomely decorated with black and which had been erected near the waters edge in tho An immense crowd had as sembled tn and around the When the coffin had been placed upot the bier dozens of wreaths and other floral offerings were henned up avqund The ftlngs lit the Whon the wore concluded the body was deposited in a magnificent hearse ami tbe funeral procession was in which were representatives ol the the crown and gov tbe American ministers to Den mark and the officers of the war ship and ye municipal au of In tbe line was fhfl Carriage of tlio Hlng qf H is estimated porsotis viewed the pro On arriving at the railway sta whero a special train was waiting to convey the body to the birth place of the remains were placed in a handsome funeral car heavily draped in ALL TORE UP AT A Throat of the Striken to Abandon the PprtIn a situation at Southampton Is tho bod ies of strikers being at and neither nor the pub lic being able to prophesy to what extent work will be At an immensu meeting of the striking seamen and flro men it was decided that if their latest de mands are not agreed to by noon Mon day they will abandon tho port in a leaving numerous vessels without crews There are a good many members of these who arc dissatisfied with the rooagreueBS of the amount paid by during and who therefore favor a return to work on the conditions proposed by the It is pbaaible that those malcontents may ba strong enough to defeat the practical car rying put of the Work on tho Dookn lockout insti tuted by the dock companies at Southamp ton againnt the laborers in their employ began Monday Work on tb docks in entirely At a meeting of the Dockmasters an soclatlon Monday It wnsresolved to stain Tbe master1 offices are the Albert are strongly guarded by the Good or der is Nearly all tho mill tary have been OTHER FOREIGN Capture of Moiiina the Kurdish governor of Armenia who was sentenced to exile for tbe out rages perpetrated by htm upon tiaus In that and who escapci from custody some time baabeet captured near fiftyseven miles southeast of Ho broke one of legs iu attempting to esoapi from the Appther Btrlbo Iq Supt Thu boiler makers and iron ship have combined to resist a proposed reduction of IS per in their Their unions are very strong with immense re serve and If the musters insist on the reduction in wages a stubborn and costly fight is certain to The men have a good chance to win in such a Very Poor Military The national en campinent for rifia shooting at BUley has been marked by a disgraceful series of out rages committed by the soldiers upon tbe country people In tho The farm ers have been obliged ut last to baud togoth er for mutual and a constant feud Is tbe Affrays are and tho condition of affairs U Bow Oormnny Buuprouei the Slave Trade official German notice been published at per milling everybody to traffic freely in and only prohibiting their expor tation by Owners are authorized to recover runaway The Arabs are overjoyed at thin turn of affairs and are openly purchasing slaves from the trad Onu of Tlioge Frtmuh A duel occurred near this city Sunday between who was one of Mormlbtixs seconds in tbe tatters recent duel with and liiioli of the combat ttiits was wouuded in the llrulal Murder In 16 well todo resident of named boa beau brutally murdered by minors who were incensed bvcnuuo of his having given shei ter to evicted farmers with whom they bod The TrlpKi Standards cor respondent llome confirms tho report that the alliance between AIM ami Italy been Dillon Cant Come to subpotna AS a witness in I bn OShen divorce suit will prevent hit going to lie Wmnt Entirely NKW who wan arrutttu I Saturday on tho charge of aiHHultiijit In school commit teii but lde MI Iu tku Ouu Hundred I vc y ladli utreet piliiw ntntloa Sunii hanging pMI The Famous Glllespie Soffc COAL livered at flve minutes notice in ajuy Burns to a Ciear Gray no ers or Best Soft Coal in de the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG Dorsey Mann i 310 Belle 84 l4isrb MM AIR FURNACES JH AND SOETT To our friends would we are now prepared to put in and air ol I Satisfaction case aoes always on r PITTS 315 BELLE FAI31UCB IN VYCRCESTERS Which I will make up In tho very LAT1C6T HABrKRN None but UooO Work men J aery all wouldbe ITS NO 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