Alton Daily Telegraph, September 16, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

September 16, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30.ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER IU. 1890. NO 87 tar Every building in Alton ibr.uid tx* decorated on the 17th ln*t. The SECOND GRAND CARNIVAL. ’5 Bi Day. To (rive every on* a chandi' to becomingly CKLEHKATK till* duy, we Imre put In a NKW and ( OMPI,CTE STOCK Of FESTOONING, FLAGS, BANNERETTES, TISSUE PAUER, LANTERNS, (AII sue* and Shape* ) SHIELDS, MOTTOES, AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF TUE NATIONAL CAPITAL The Tariff Bill Reported Back from Committee, AND IS CONSIDERED IMMEDIATELY. The Ever jAn POPULAR IWO Sheet Music. (CHAS. J, DEGENHART, Sole Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS CA REF LLY ARRA NOUD FO REO I lf lf ET AND FOR TMK CKK OF TEjfflT EIS OF IHE PIANO AND ORGAN. AT THI VERY LOWEST PRICES, tar Gall Early lo aroid the Rush I ie! CftasJ. Mar 101 <fe 103 Third st. cor. Piasa. Alton* 111. (hop*tick Walt*,by '.' .yTTttIIwTRi Flyaway Galop, by  .......... Halil*, Gertrude Dream Walt*, by.,,,, beethoven Impatience (banjo Galop),by ..etreabbog, In th# Sunshine, by....     I    .antre. Jack Froet’a March, by...,.  Knight. Moment Musical, by ....... Schubert. Playful Ronda, by.............  ..    Greene, Russian Grand March, by............Franc!*. star of Affection Hartmann. allower .if Rote* Galop, by  Htreabbog “    “ •* Mr ait*, by..............* Wreath Walt*, by .......    Glee* Ac., Ac., Ac.. Ac., Aa. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. VOC AL AND INSTR! MENTAL) lee a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies* $1.00 for 15 Copies. CnbilogiiF Fit KE on A|ipllc»-don, or .vialled FILER to any Addr#**. Chas. J. Degenhart, Third and Pitta its. * Alton. Ill —FINK LINK OF— Immensely pepuUr ta’FAu* thy Irlctly flr*t-cla*4, filly warranted, UH only medlHui In Prien. Are (be beet la tbs werld, and bars led All ethers ler years. Over ItaLOOO In me. The people ere bound te hate the beat, and will mate none bet the Fat*/. Oar prices ere (he lowest md term* hillier Urn® payment* er cash. as easterner)! prefer.    .    .    . . (All and nee as. er send for CAU-lefiee And full Infermstion. ESTEY & CAMP. 233 State Street, Chicago. *WSt- Louis House, 016 A 018 Olive St. Iferttoa th!* Paper -J ' Ready Mixed Paints I Oils — AGENTS FOR TURSI. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHED end JAPANS. Charter Oak Storrs aim Ranges Bleck Diamond end Asbestos Rooting. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; $80 each. Agents for the Carns. Bines aal Spue lapis Seethe Best HOAD CART in the Wor,d for $1° IK. JOHNSTON, Hardware Bo. Hardware aud Farm Machiui^ry, Alton, III* I HOTH EW. W»w*r*—W, Ckleuen#_Ht- <Th«_hff**_ A Resolution by MrKlnkp Vigorously Pro! *«| oft Axal nut by HI.Wnl of Georgia and McMillan of T.nnxu.t-What € aono.i Nm, • About HI* Hon* Paper* Hein, Opp,..cit to HI* It*- Election— Minuter arolia to Rostge. WAPHiNUTDN City, Sept ie-McKinley, from lh* commute* on way* and mean*, reported back the tariff bill with ■enate amend man ta, with th* recoin-rn* ndation that the amendment* be non* coin u reed in. This wa* at once considered in committee of the whole. McKinley then offered a resolution from the committee on rules for the Immediate Consideration of the tariff bill in the hoo*e After two hours' ne ne rn I debate it nhail be in order to more to* non-coo cur In the senate amendments in gross sud agr## to the committee on confer rn co a*ked for by the *enate, end the houae • Ll a11 without further delay or other motion proceed to rote on said motion. The Resolattoe Adoptee. The previous question on the resolution wa* ordered; yeas lie, nays TI. Blount, of G, orgts, protested against the resolution contending that it was a parody on deliberation. It would have been better to have provided for no debate, for th!* course would at least hare had the mid blanc# of 4iredb#M Tbs right to vote on any separate •lurodwsiff wa* denied to every member by this order. The house, Blount Inalated should reject this order. It we* an unfortunate *p»otsole. McMillin, of lamias aes, also opposed the revolt! lion and erltitUed the committee on rule* for reporting it The majority in caucus had determined not only that the minority should he throttled, hut that the plumed knight should be throttled. The reeolu Don we* then adopted, yea* Ut, nay* 7k ftarg* rn* Flower af Dew York. McKinley gave a very brief statement of the senate amendment* but sutured into no argument ae to their propriety up Im propriety. Flower of New York said that th* estimated revenue for the year wa* 1430,0011,000. This congress had appropriated etui,OUI,OOO. What was the need, be asked, of this tariff bill! Why not leave the present law as it wa*, with an amend into! (pf reciprocity which meant reciprocity, and mot one of these j.imping jack*, the string of which the president e.uld pull al any tirnuf He charged the Republican party with dc morn I sag business. He believed that the pm.Hug hill wa* demoralising th* country and would demoralise it stUI further. The true business of this en*roo* wa* to aeon-etniae—-to cheese pare lf necessary—to out down the expenditure* of the government bi that they should equal the revenues and no more. That was duty and that Was busine** oi*posed Ie the mil, McKee of Arkansas opposed the bill both In its original form end ae amended. on the ground that it discriminated against the farming industry. Farqnhar of New York, In behalf of the million* of poor people who lobs bi ted cities on the northern lakes, hoped thet the senate amendments in regard to the duty on fish would Im voted down. Payson of Illinois thought that in various respects the hill ae it passed the senate was pre feralde to the measure ae it passed the house. He spoke In favor of the senate amendment placing binding twine un the free list, and said that be would be delighted lf a vote could be bad upon concurring In that s in •admen I. He wa* a Republican He wa* a believer lo Republican principles. He believed in the theory of protection; bat he did not believe in a theory of protection which pat upon the dutiable list an article, tbs raw material of whieh wa* absolutely free of duty and the manufacture of which was iu the hands of a combination wldchjeould be indicted limier the act passed by the present congress. • TI.* Sager QiMiis*. After protesting against the pine In { of work* of sri upon the free list, he touched upon the sugar question end hoped Dial the boun* would stand by ll* schedule Tbs Illin de Republican delegation bi the houae he said had reason to fee! *at D tied in the poet ti on it bad assumed. It had unanimously adopted e resolution that sugar at the grate of ll dutch a*sudan! and below should go sa tbs fret li«t. He E»poe«<l. and he tbougni he spot* f r hi* pu bit eau colleague* from Illinois, to Hand by th* rigor for tho po w uu*tom«r, to the end of t he session. Hest* ready to stand Hero and stay tutti! :** J let demands of aa Intelligent coil* tin icy were met and *»*ii*fla L Russia ha* b-en an agreeable one, he says. but the intercuts which be temporarily surrendered are believed by his friends to be to much more important to him personally and bis service* as uirector of The Pie*# are considered to valuable that he will soon terminate his ear -ar as a diplomatic oflloer and return to his desk. Death of Gen. John a. Croc her. Washington Citt, Sept. ie.-Gen. John S. Crocker, warden of the district jail died soddenly Sunday morning of bronchial hrnmrragqat bis residence in this city. He baa been in iii-health for some tim!. Gen. Crocker he* been warden of the jail for twenty years. He personally supervised the execution of Chari** Quiteau, the assassin of President Garfield. Last of tho Appropriation Billa Washington City, Sept ie—Th# house eon,rn Gee on Appropriation* agreed to report tire general deficiency Mil back to the house with a recommendation that the senate amendment* be non-concurred in. Tin* ie (be last of the appropriation bill*. AN IMPORT ANT CONVENTION. Annual Meeting of tho Nwltekmens’ Me* teal Aid Association. BnFFALO, S. Y., Sept. KL—Nearly SOU delegates, representing nearly every railroad system in th* United IF ates abd Canada, are here to participate in the annual convention of the Switchmen’s Mutual Ald Association of North America, in view of the nu in* req* local strikes whiob have taken place in different parts of the country during the peel year, and of the fact that the representative* of the grand lodge of the order partied-pated in the reoent conference of the federation of railroad employee at Terre Haute, and which declined to order out Its employes in aid of th* K. of I*, th* present convention is by all odds the most important ever held under the auspices of the order. Ban Down by Trains. Lima, Ohio, Sept. HL—Saturday night at midnight a Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton switch engine with several oar* ta front of it rte over Dilia* Carter at Hog Creek bridge and mangled him beyond recogniiion. Several car* were thrown from the track, crushing Charles Smith to dealt) abd fatally injuring Frank Kites, Alii->HA Ilia, fie ut. IS,—The fast train on th* Chicago. JJuringtail and Quincy ► truck a ul kill# i a man by tbs name of Irwin Ii thor -ut unlay evening and asr* ously injured two other*, all of whom were trying to drive across the track in front of the en .-inc. Capt. Ericsson's Remains Delivered to 8weden. A VERY IMPRESSIVE OCCASION. Tbs Funeral Prnrnips al •teekbelas Viewed by 100.000 People, th* Carriage of the King of gw*d*w Being Ie Line— The Item aln* rtf the leveetot Taken tu Wermland for Burial—A Lockout af the faethsmpton Dock mea. STnexiW'LM. Sept. 10 —The body of Capt John K no-son was landed from the United States warship Baltimore Sunday afternoon with much eeiemoBY. Th* remains were transferred by a steam barge draped in black aud silver, commanded by a captain of th* Swedish navy When th* funeral barge arrived at lite landing stage the governor of Stockholm formally received the body, which was then borne by the American sailors to a large pavilion, handsomely decorated with bleck and gold, which bad been erected near the wa’er'e edge in the [lark. An mimeos* crowd had asse rn bled la and around the pavilion. When the coffin Ii ad been placed upon the hirrdosensof wreath*and other floral offering* wert heaped up arqund It, lite Kina’s I arriage ut the Procession, j When the aervUai* weir concluded the body was deposited lo a magnificent heat** nod the funeral procession was formed, in which were representatives of the king. the crown prince, and the gov era meat, the American ministers to Den mark and Sweden, the officer* of the warship Baltimore, and municipal au th or it ie* of Stockholm. In th* line wa* (ha safrln;:* cf the king of Swea leg. It is esMma'ed I'M.GD person* viewed the pro cession On arriving at the railway eta ti on. where a ip*ci*i train was waiting to eoRvey the body to Wermland, the birth place of Rricason, the remain* were placed in a bind so las funeral tar he«vi y draped in black. COAL The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered ai five minutes notice in any quail tlty. Burns to a ('lear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cindera. Best Soft Coal In the West. hard coal HE LIKES A HOT FIGH f. What Canaan Say* of HI* ('hance* for K*-Bteetiea ta Gangrecs. Wash I NOTO* Cmr, Sept. Id.—J G Cannon talked freely Sunday respect tag tbs report that The Danville Commercial, one of bis home papers, had oome out ta opposition to hie reelection After going over the reasons which to hie mind led the editor to write the editorial, Mr. Cannon •aid: •If you ask would I rather he had not dows it I frankly answer yea, bat I shall Bot be cast down bees us* of the desertion. They ana making what I Uke—a bot fight —and as toon a* i get away from hem I will be there ta make it ae lot*mal lag ae possible. I ber* not done anything personally and tbs Republican party bas not done anytktng collect ively of which we ought to he aah eased. Ail that I* needed I* to get about among the people and tell them aa" V red let* HI* Re-Klcetton. Returning to the newspaper defection Mr. Cannon said the statement that fourteen paper* ta hi* district had repudiated J him I afore The Cornin- rrial wa* in** -ally to four. That a ti in tar had abandoned his support, but In evet-y tartan rn im said th* editor had a grievant-* I-urn O' personal disappointment over the distribution iff leave* and fishes "The aam* kind of a tight,” said Mr Cannes, "hie been mad* against me in every campaign for eighteen year* without success, and it will not coeno*. ” Th* President** Munday at Cresson. Cli fmum, Pa, He pi. IO.—The president aud his family attended the KpLoopal , services held in the Mountain house par lorn Sunday morning. With the exoep lion of brief walks during the re-main der of the day the members of the president's household remained quietly in their pretty out tag*. Saturday the day waa enlivened by the visit of two Grand Army post* and the Veteran league of Altoona Pa—1,000 person* in all. A re-cep;ion wa* beld at w hish au addr*** was presented to the president. I .etsr be was semi ated and made a br .cf speech to the veterans ______ The Revolver HSJ Loaded. I wo an.**i*o MT, Ind., Sept. Kl —At < o'clock Buuday afternoon the lu-year-old eon of Panban-He Engineer Charles Beam with a companion came home from Munday school aud Auding a revolver in a drawer, b nm pointed it playfully at bis com pail ion. The latter begged him to desist, but tile boy laughingly answered him it was not loaded, and to convince him plac- .-d the revolver to hie own throat and pulled the trigger. The weapon exploded billie 4 iii rn instantly, the bali passing oat at the I-nae of the brain. Death of a Leading (‘relet*. NKW Oklkax*, Rcpt. KL—The Rev. William R. Miles, president of the Jesuits’ col legs in this city, died of apoplexy at S o’clock Sunday afternoon just after retiring (rom the pulpit at lite Church of the Immaculate Cooee piton. (I* wa* master of several tongue*, and was regarded ae the leader of the local clergy in eloquence nnd learning. He was a son of Gen. William R Mile*, who commanded Miles’ legion in the Confederate army aud waa captured by Gen Burke at Port Hudson in IWK) ________ __ Owe Mea Killed et a Fire. ST. Lucia Sept. if.— Fire early Sunday morning a1 mart completely destroyed th* T. O. P. Pm khan* Candy company's factory occupying 40k, 407 and ADU Main •treat. When the fireman, after several hours’ hard work, snceeeded in subduing the damn* a part of th* wail fell, instantly killing Fireman Dan Lyneh and seriously injuring Firemen James Owens The iota on tile stock and machinery of tke company ta IUD,UUU, insured for 174,000; on the building, 133,000, fully insured. Kill#<1 by m Falling Trestle. He Maxton, Pa, Rcpt. id—A trestle ai Kl rn peon A Watkins’ breaker at Duryea fell Sunday morning while carpenter* were making repair* upon it. Two of tke carpenters, John daddy of West Pittston aud William OI instead of Duryea, and a IG year old Hungarian boy who wa* sitting under the trestle were killed. Gaddy amh4J> instead were married. ALL TORE UP AT SOUTHAMPTON. A Threat of the Strikers Ie Abandon the Fort In a Bogy# London, .Sept IO—Tke situation at Southampton la o'mot’c, the various bol tea of strikers living at loggerhea ta, and neither workmen, employers, nor the public being able to prophesy to what extent work will be resumed. At an tinmen** meeting of the striking seamen and fire meu it was decided thai lf their latest demands are not agreat to by noon M today they will abandon the port in a ho ly, leaving nu tin mu* v.-mel* without crew* Tb«re are a goud many member* of the** unions, however, who are di«*ati*flai with til* meagreness of the amount paid them by the.union* during idleness, and who therefore favor a return to work on the condition* proponed by the owner*. It ie possible that th*-a malcontents may be strong enough to defeat th* practical carrying out of the resolution. Work on th* Bosk* Suspended. London, Sept id-The lockout instituted by the dock companies at Southampton agnin*t the lalwrwi in their employ lagan Monday morning. Work on the docks is entirely en-punted. At a meeting of the Dock in a* tem' association Monday it win resolved to stand firm. The master ’ «(Bee* ar* picketed by the strikers. T >e Albert dtxki ar* strongly guarded by the police. Good order is maintain#-1. Nearly all the military have lorn withdrawn. OTHER COREIGN NEWS. Cepter* of Mousse Bey. CoXftTAKTISorLR, Sept. KL—Moues* Bey, the Kurtllah governor of Armenia, who was sentence#! to exile foe the oat rages perpetrated by bim upon Christian* in that province, and whoaacaped from custody corns time ago, bee been captured near Brussel, fifty-seven miles southeast of Constantinople. He broke iMie of hi* leg* lu attempting to escape from the police. Another (Jig airths In Prospect. London, H<pt id—Tbs holier maker* and Iron ship builder* have combined to resist a proposed redaction of II per cent in their wage*. Their unions are very strong organ teat Iona, with immense reserve funds, and if the mast irs insist on the reduction in wages a stubborn and •catty fight la certain to follow. Tke meu have a good chance to win in suck a struggle.    _ Very Fear Military Discipline. London, Kept IE—lite national encampment for rifle shooting at Bialey has been marked by a disgraceful eerie* of outrages committed by the soldier* upon the country people to tbs viclatty. The farmers h eve been obliged at last to band together for mutual protection, and a constant feud ie the result Affray* are frequent, and the condition of affair* ic scandalous andric Mists!*# * ta uh ta Kastga. Washington OTT, Sept    IE—It    ie learned from very good authority that duties Emory Bmfth, rotted State* minister to Russia, dill not return to his poet, but will resume hut position of editor of The Philadelphia Presa, which be vacated to accepted tbs nomination ae minister by Prertdent Harrison. Hie experience is Balsa*! I * Fries af Flea Lamber. Bt. Louis, Ma, Wept. IE—The yellow {doe lumber manufacturers, oompoeing the Bout bern Yellow Pie* Manufacturers' aeedbiatloa, ended thvlr convention fiat-unlay. 1'he report of the committee on pries* waa adopted with a Alw cnisud-rneuta, aud raises the prices on all finishing lumber from AU cento to Ii.OO per 1,000 feet.    ____ Death el Navvies rosa. Hart*•nu, Conn., Rcpt. IE—-Newton Care, head of the Casa, Leek wood A Brainard company, di- i .Sunday night in the CB h year of til* age. Mr. Cane started in lh* printing bus#ness bere in IME He was wealthy and had given ai neb to the Hartford Theological seminary. railer* af a CommUstoe It awee. FOHT Donut, Iowa, dept. IE—Tho firm of Baker, Hneage A On, of Humboldt, which hee for year* conducted mi* of the largest wholesale oemmieekm awd produce buying bourn* in northwestern iowa, has felled. Their Habit It ie* are estimated at ITA, OOO; assets, AV I, UUU. Baw Germany Hup grease* the Slav# Trade Zanzibar Hep!. IE—Au official German notice been published at Bagamoyo, per milting everybody to traffic freely in •levee, aud only prohibiting their exportation by sea Owner* are authorism! to recover runaway fjpvo*. Th* Arab* are overjoyed at this turn of affairs and are openly purchasing slave* from tbs traders Os* af These Arr welt Des!*. Pakik. dept. IE—A duet occurred near this city benday between M Imy, who wee oue of M. Marmites’* second* in the latter’* recont duel with Ii Rochefort, and M. Geloptu Each of the combatant* woe wounded in tim wrist. Brutal Herder la Ireland. lit HUN, dept 10 —A well to-do resident of Balllngary, named McGrath, ha* been brutally murdered by miners who wert incensed because of hi* having given abettor to evicted farmer* with whom they had quarreled  __ The Triple Altieoee Hr new# <1. London, B pt 10 —The Standard’* oor-rw* pou dent at Home cen firm* the report that the allium-* tate.tau Germany, Austria, ami Italy ha* beau renewed. Dillon Can** Comr ta A*wrt«a l/ixitov Sept. lf ~ Dillon’* subpoena aa a wit*ice* in the O’Shea divorce amt will prevent bi* going to America •ewteered ta Life Imprlaeameat. OTTAWA, ilia, Sept. IE—Freight train Na A going east over the CuMffunati and Musktnguni Valley, waa wrecked at Reed’* -.t at bm Monday morning. Tbs engineer * a- killed and dom an badly J •un Ila Wm't Ka I (rely Depraved. New Yoke Hr pc. IE—Hobart Kacdeli, who wa* arrests I saturday on the charge of a*aeulttn i la lr reboot girt*, committed sui id# in Ui c -Ii in th* Oso Hundred ani I ■*f U n street ptDoe «t*Uoa Bund < x • i# bv badging «*«m cif In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed. BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TKLEPHONTS 84 AND ai. WARM AIR FURNACES! I LA It] ) AND HOFT CO AD. To our friends would * »y we are now prepared lo put ta fnrrduoee and re* pair ol I ouch. Hatiaf Action in every case guaranteed. Bvoeod-Uaad Pm - nacee alway* on band. PITTS & HAMILL, ’* 315 ll KI. DK STREETT. STOP! WK • OHI FEES ? —AT— E. L BOBCKMAHN'S, -AMK UK MY- LATEST FABRICS -IM  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS INO r    CASSIMERES, Which I win max* up in the wry I.ATBfT KAS TK UN sn Ute. Nose bul Good Workmen employed. I defy ail would be < oinpetition    ecHdtf ITS NO SECRET. That our 8TOUK is the MOST COM FLUTH ever orw«kl lo Atom We eau show you Homething New aa often as you aal! in: CARPBTSi Tapestry,    Body Brussel, Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rug or Hemp. IN CURTATNSi Dado or Plain, Lac#) or Fortier. INT RUOSi Fur Miiquettc, Smyrna A Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladiua like to see the Newest and Pineal in House Decoration*. TIM Easiest way to »e« them is to Call frequently at our establish maw*, whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL._ FALL SUITS. I AM MOW KEAGY TO (I UM Itll KY KHY MAH IK ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADE FH'iM CL (Til* SELECTED KMP EC! A LLY MUB F A 3_* L WES AR. 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