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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 26, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  GREAT  The Ever I  POPULAR 1UC  We hATe bed manufactured for our Special Trode (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the Eaht) a Line of the LATEST and BEST STYLES.  PAPERTIES.  (BOX i*A PKH.)  ta*'These Matchless Good* are now under way, and a iii react, na in about IO day*.  tart Wo have out deeo into tho price* of our present stock, and offer you same at  Sheet Music.  (OMAB. J, I'KOK SHA UT, Bote Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  ASH KOR I IG PHK OK  ERB of HIK  A Row  at the Trial of Dillon and O’Brien.  MANY SORE HEADS IN TIPPERARY.  PIANO NNO ORGAN.  TOUR OW* PRICE.  Remember all our goods ar** open to your inspection, and you will every article distinctly  find each and marked in  Lhopatlrk Halts,by   ....  ► ly Away Galop, by....,..... ..  Gertni Is Dream Walts, by .. Impatience (Ban).* Galop),by  In the sunshine, by ...  Jack Frost's Marc ti. by...  Moment Musical, by .....  I'Uvful Kunda, by ...........  Uu**ian Grand March, by '  •tar of AITwUon Mnsurka.try ,. shower of Buses Galop, by...,,  M  ** Walts, by Wreath Walts, by  .............  Aw., Au.. ac., Ic.   lie Loll!  .... Wallis, Beethoven Jtrwbbof   ISK|«  . . knight, schubert.   Greene.  -.,.r rands Hartmann Htreabbog  •. Glee# Ae  THE LATEST.  I J lain Figiiros,  DEtENNART'S  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  Vt JC AL ANI* IN MT ll I MB NT Af.) Pie a Copy.  Ct Ii KAT  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies,  50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies.  Th* Pattee (test the Crowds Hark from In Front ut I bn ( wart Heal*— ( ,«. mon*' M atria «t*g# Get# a Blow from rn Tulteamm's dab Which Odiously |«. Jure# Him—The Public Finally Al-ta Enter the Coart Ilona Ut ULIN. Hep! SM —inst I*fore the bour for railing the case# of OiHrien and Dillon, the crowd outside the court bouse at Tipis*rsry bad grown to prodigious proportion*. and the police were calte<1 Upon to prevent the nitration Ut the build rig of any except those more especially Interested in the proceedings In carry-log out then# Instructions, the police charge,! upon the crowd, using their • >,ions freely. For at least Hrs minutes there no a regular stand up fight between the crowd and police; Anally the crowd gave way and the polios swore#led in maintaining a clear apace In front of the coart house. Mr. William O’Brien first refused to enter the building uuiese the general public was newly admitted. MU he finally went In bitterly complain lug of the brutality of the police One officer in the rush struck Commoner Harrington, severely wounding bim Another Struck Mr. Halifax, who caused a sensation by Appearing lo court bleeding freely fro,,, « scalp wound, the Wood r inning down over his face and neck and completely saturating the collar of his oat.  The Feblle Finally Admitted  One man wee struck In the face by a policeman'* Ital on and had hts troth forced down his tt»ru»l Bi vers I person. **#r» so tmdly injured in the melee thai they were otd.ged to call surgical aid John Morley entered tbs court greatly -'glinted abd appealed in the bench to pre-vent such hr ual and wail ton batoning. Hoi Ii Mr Morley aud M Dillon appealed ti Col. Ca I dell'# allo* tbs public free lug rem, Ibis Was p r • nptinly ref ti «ed, but ultimately th* door* were thrown I oja-n and the general public allow si to '‘•lier. Mr. Bilio" objected lo Mr. Mbnn-aon aa prosecuting attorney, awa-rung j i hat he had personally encountered bim at Cashel, where he (Dillon) had Wen grossly insulted  THC HEAD MORMON PROTESTS.  He Denies That Polygamy Ie New Taught  or Permitted.  KALI I.AKC, L Uh, Sept. UU.—Th# following ut-'llI fest o is published here, addressed "To whom It may concern:”  Dress dispatc hes havi iglsen sent from Salt iakt City which have iron widely published for political purpose#, to tbs effect that the I’tab commission in their recent report to the seen.;.rt of them terior allege that plural marriages are J still being sotefnnlxvd, and that forty or more such marriages have been contracted In nab since last June. or during the (Mal feat; also that in public discourse# i ***♦ leaders of the church have taught, en j c*mi rn yod, sod urge I the continuance of the practice of polygamy;  A C'emprshruslve DUrlnlnter,  “I. therefore, as president of the church of Ji-stis Const of Latter Day Saints, do hereby, in the moat a,demit manner, declare th st the charge# are false We are out leaching polygamy or plural marriage, nor permitting any to enter into it* practice; an>l I deny that either forty or any other number of plural marriages have during that period Iron solemnised lo our temple* or any other place in the territory. One can* has bean reported la which the parties allege I tbattbe mar Huge was performed in the endowment ho..*, in Halt Uke City in the spring of BMI Bitt I have not been able to learn who performed the ceremony. Whatever wa# done In this matter was done without my know.edge. In consequence of this al-b-ged oe« iirrvnoe the endowment house wa# by my instructions taken down withal delay.  Vt nm. un# Will Obey the I alw.  “I lasiiiach as laws have been enacted  by co11giro. forbid lin t plural marriages, winch is-as have already been pronounced eon<titntkmal by lite c»ur. of last resort,  I do hereby declare my Intention to submit to those laws, ami to use all my infill voce with Mt'-mte-r* of the church over w bidi I prest Ie to have them do likewise. There IS but nag In my teachings to the church, or in thoro of my aaeocl-stro during th.' time »p-cifi i which eau reasonably he construed to inculcate or encourage polygamy, nod when any elder of the charet, has used language Wiilch ap,mat* I to c ai va/ a lek teachings Las ta en promptly repr »ved; and I now  UIS NATIONAL SHM  i>ay a Work in Both Houses o* Congress  p' dic.y dci-iare that my alvine to the L Her Diy Bdots Is to refriin from eon t farting any marriage forbidden by the Ma of the Mod.  (nig nod.)  THE LABOR BILLS IN The SENATE.  COAL.  "WiLpiNi Woodruff."  CsMIO|sr FHBK on Ai»|jII#>h* Hon# or .Mulled I KUK to any Addr# •aa.  Bd tut Third At., cor. Plain.  ALTOV*  IU..  Chas. J. Degenbart,  Third and Pitta its. - A'ton. Ill  Am I "d    ii I    Intuit.  Mr. Hli a noon declared that he would perform his duty in an un biased manner. Mr O'Brien auld that the last tim * he saw Mr Miiaanau he was at’th* be ni of the police beton mg the pe min Bhannou had already tried him three limes au l Ina Ming put in charge of the pros «u lion of the present co**- was an indecent Insult.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  — AGENTS KOR THE-Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS.  Charter Oak Sloven ami Kalifs  Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps New Home and Whit# Sewiug Machines; $30 each. Agent* for the  Celebrated Studebaker Farm laws.  —FINE LINK OF—  Carriages. Boules and Sirius laps  Seethe Beet HOAD CART in the World for HO.  HI  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Al (oil, III  Fi-A-nsros  Hit  Ara Immensely popular berat!.« their arc strictly flrtt-claas. tally a irritated# and tUII only medium la price.  Ara th# best In (he world, and have led! all others for year*. Over 19Mi|§3b| ase. The people ar* bi und to Nm th, hest, and will have uone but the Katey.f Oar pH cm are Ute lowest aud term* either time payments or cash, as customers prefer.  fall and see a*, or send for Catalogia# and fall Informal!#.  ESTEY & CAMP,  233 State Street, Chicago.  “St. Louis House, 910 A 018 Olive St.  Masha* this Paps.  Th# C L arg ss Allrml.  Mr. Ronan, < ounsei for Uh* crown, mw* I* rmitlod by th* court to slightly niter HW 'burger upoa Hi leu the defendant* were taken into custody, amidst al tenuous protests from the prisoner*' coun**l that such alteration at this stage of th • CIM* wa* Illegal. Me. Ronan proini-ed to tarnish ovidrnco from tho foil •"Bug of the plan of campaign un th* broil b Harry «* t.to daliug sa far back aa Mo PMI After tho pretaste hail Iron ei.ieie-i th* court permuted tit# int roduel lo , of gen **r ti cs i l-u. <* to show that a ooa-plracy hi which Mc-srt O'Brien aud D ' on were implicated prvvio is to (he dales un which the Warrant* Were lnaued and rn ed oui all evidence with regard to the Individual a- i s of I lie liefeudan ta previous lo i ha la J -uancc of lh* warren ta : Fat rick IFKrlsa's Ksrwrt Se lipperarv.  Patrick I J* Brim, M P., w as hr. light to this city Wednesday from Cardiff, where he wa* arrested on Tuesday The po toe, after placing Mf. O'Brien in prison, were very reticent regarding what farther (Reposition would he made of their prisoner. Hie Nationalists, however, learned that Mr. O’linen woald be conveyed to Tip perary by the train leaving here Thar a day morning. They determined to give him an escort which would surprise the nu t bori i ie# by Hie nu rn I* r ani prominence of the Kent leman taking part in it When the oft! -era apl* ared at tbs railway station with Mr. O linen they were as toni#i,cd to And a large delegation of prominent National Ut# sud Engh.h mem b r* of parliament already on board train to aaecuapnay their prisoner.  ( herr* lur Jolt* Morley.  Th* Hon. John Morley. M P, and Alfred Illingworth, M. P., who have Iron In Ireland tho pact several dave to invest! g it* the can ut of the ila-nagc* by the failure of crops and Commonty John Iii Boa, T. lf Healey, Tiro Harrington and a number of other* were among thro on me lr .in. Tho Nationalist# ac-compania I the judice and Mr. O',;rim to (ba court bouse During the march three cheer* were given for John Mort. y by th# large crowd which exasperated the police; arho charget co them to force the caon lo move forward. John O’Connor warded off a blow from a pc I ic man’s club that wa* aimed at Mr Morley  A nether Arrest Made,  I hon,a* J. Condon, meatier of parliament tor the eastern division of Ttppaeaff ha* been arrested at limerick on a war-rant sworn out st the time the warrant* foe the arrest of Messrs O’Brien aud D I-loa were Issued. Mr. Condon was earn v ycd at once to Tipperary.  De Met Credit the ll. port.  Nkw York, H - pi gg —friend* ta thia c.l) of Kilter ho-e Gertrude (.Miss Ammy Pow « r) declare I hat there la no foundation in the fact for the rumor that coati*' from Honolulu by way of am francisco (bai -be is to marry l»r L ilt of the re-calving lump tai «t K'lahl. Sister Rose Gertrude’s friends attribute the rumor to the kpite of toe missionary aectetioa that bay been doing all they contd to Injure th.-young woman nine# abe announced Dial aha Intended lo live among the leper*, as Psi her Damien did She has several IMsart# in Rrouklya to whom aha fr. <|uent!y write*, and they are sure that she would have mentioned something about It if she intended lo marry.   w "»rs al the foils.  BlJGiHAMFrm. M Y., Hept. Wk-At the school elm Hun hero over Bb# women cast their bai Iola, the largest vote of women ever polled Artly electioneering was Indulge d in by many of the ladles and revcral leading society women voted The Wife of one candidate drove around in her carnage all day bringing women to th* poll. ie vol* for her husband. In some district* th* majority of voter* were women and in the whole city nearly aa ll. a ny women aa m«ii voted. Th- good order which the attendanc* of women at the polls produced was generally com mealed on.  Garris (injects |# I heir < •>n*uterallua  I (Ider tbs Five Minute Male the lint I* Make Peoria, Itta., a fort of Dells* sri Cass eg The Hutto- .-tg-rrs ta lh* # lrroner Kepart ss i hr Lang Far* tenure Mill -Debate en lbs Deport. Wa-M! VOTO* Cmr, Sept JU.-In th* sen ate Thursday morning house bill to provide for the establishment of a port of de* livery ar Peoria. UU. was reported by Cullom from the corn rut tee on commerce sod passed. Plumb reported -mate joint resolution authorising the extension for me )ear of th* time of payment for land rn preemption or homestead claims when ever by reason of failuy of crops the set tier i* unable to make payment within time prescribed by law, and it wa* passed. The calendar was then taken np. When wha! are knuwu as the “labor Mila” were leached Harris objected to their consider ■lion nuder the ffve-minute rule. He Bald three of these bill* proposed to go 'the general qn. st iou of regulating the labor of the country. A question of that Importance cauld not br couaiderad «nd*r the Hve mimtte rule and he them fore objected to th- consideration of th* bills at this time The Mils were accord ingly passed over.  Aa Objection from Gorman.  The next MU taken up wa* the house MU *** amend the slim contract labor law Gorman Bald that the Republican majority had agreed upon an order of business for the remainder of the ssMsioa and that the labor biti* had lieen assigned a place and would be considered when they were reached la that order. There re, with a view of having a fair consideration of each of tut-rn, which he trusted they Hon if! ti Avg bt font the    ml*  Jon rued, he objected to the eoii*l*terathio of the bill. Toe bill was laid avile with* out fiction The senate thee resumed considers!Ion of the senate Mil to e-tab bsh a I nited Stale* Rand coart and to provide for the settlement of private land claims  House Proceed I it;;*  The house took un the conference report on the land forfeiture MU. Payson o! Illinois in charge of the report made a brief explanation of its provisions Mc Use of Arkansas and Holman of In diana, expressed a preference for the Mil a* it pained the house originally. Wheeler of Alabama believed the Mil in Ila present shape would further postpone the rector* tim of the puMlc Muds Forney favored the Mil because it twilled all difficult ie* in hts stale. Hooker of Mississippi alan favored the report of the conference coni mil tm Hilt of Illinois said that the Mil forfeited about fifty million acres and prevented aynd'catm sad large holder* porch, a ng from railroads. After further debate the cam ferance re port was agreed lo  Soft COAL demit I cc Rn ahs quilt.  Tho lot moils Gllli *|,fo livered ut five minutes  illy. Burna lo a Chap Gray Aah, ne Clinker* or Cinders. Best Soft Coni ii, tim West.  hard coal  III  all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices* Quality I iiHiirpaHscd,  CLY Haw, BEFORE THE B.G ADVANCF.  Dorsey <& Marin  310 Belle street.  TKLEPIIONE 84 AND  31.  FUHS?  Charges Again*# Cal. Wheat.  Wash I ROTOR CITY. Kept at.—a recoin lion was presented in Hie house Thursday providing for the iav.aiigation of the postmaster of the boma. Col. James I* Wheat, of Wisconsin, Tile resol alloo rente* that a charg* has Mon made thai VV heat gave a coo«ran tor the carrying of the alaite of l.«e house postoffice lo otic Culbertson with the agte«m«nt thai Culbertson would pay lo him (Wheat) HSU l»er month out of the saute, nod that M-did receive thia amount fur at Moot five mouths.  -AT-  L ROBCXHinrS.  - AHD HE, my-  IRATEST FABRICS  -I*-  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS SRQ  Which I will make up in the verv I,4TK*t tim-s* ——___  men -rnployed I defy ail would ti GaSpSt**!^ •T™-**  CASSINE RES,  Moat bal teoog Weft —mig  WARM AIR FURNACES!  HA KI) AND HO PT COAX,.  Weuag Allen Is Not la Lurk.  I-41*.grout, N. Y , Hept ». —Clifford Allen, sou of a wealthy broker, was ar* teal ad bere Tuesday charged with obtaining money under false pretenses. Young Allen last month elope I with Adah B-qfg". 'Mugbtef of a weal 'iy oil specula tor id Allegheny City, I** Allen, Ii ie elal ated b >rrowe>l money of a boarding kou«e keeper at O witi, a lakeside report near h re. where Alieu and Mio* Bogg# tttei He ami his wife bare alma lf quarreled mioI bit father had previously dis owned him.  “tiessa Goode" Men Arrested.  Tmktox, N. J., he pi. rn —Jacob Busk. j of many aliases, one of the moat danger ous "green goods” men la the country, wa* ar re# c l livre Wetacday and bald to await the aeHo-i of the United Mutes anthurium on charge# of tiaing the mails for fraudnh-ui purpoam and attempting J lo defraud theg -ventme it, Two of Bush’s vc lins, who gave (heir name* a# John Ii BrtMa and William Atkinson, mer * bani. of M mon ceuaty, M. CL, were alto I U.kR tat) c.totady.  Vt III Me Mr. Wanamaker*. dsssk  W AMR VOD* V Cm, rte;g. JU —Th# p«#wi dent drove over to the White House at # o’clock Thursday morning from the residence of Foatmaater General Wan* maker, whose guest be will ho until the private apart menu of the executive man sion are put into bs bi la hie condition. Mr*. Harrison and Mrs. Diinmick spent m«i*i of the day at the White House directing the pl ming of the household effects.  To our f rte ini# would cay we Ara now prepared to pot ta  {'air old on« a. Satisfaction in every o#se guaranteed Bacond-ksul Fai-Haena always on hand.    ~    ------- nscono Mad Btl'  Mr#. Clarkson III.  Wash! KOT"* City, Sept 2A-Mrs. Clarkson, wife of J. 8 Clarkson, had plsnm-d to leave the city for a visit to IV* Moines, but I# detained by an attack of diphtheria, which I# giving Mir frauds some concern.  SUIT TO RECOVER (4,000.  Th* Croat af Paris* Maalfeetw Pa Mig Me pi. ta—Tim Monarchist Journal* express their approval of th# tetter of th* coup I (rf Parte lo Mobster Bochor, jiiatifying the fours#- be (lh# coo ut (rf Paris) look in hts deabn/s with th. itoulangtefs The Rc|iabSican papers strongly condemn th# count's sctm-i and aeruas him of admitting dishonorable compromise*and acknowledging (bat he  waa preparing to sacrifice the country to kl* owu ambition and hatred  A F < ear bar la Hail Haslaess.  Maw ai kkk Win, Hept. JU The Rev. A. M De Ford, claiming to be a Methodist prone ber nt Hortonville, Wig, was sr rvste I here I hurwl iy in a saloon for try lag ta ins*- a *r oar I” luted, a HU having Men made by parting ursa over the twos. Several m'ltihrted flu Mils were found on the minister which were still passable A bottle of mucilage uavd In doctoring the bitte wa* also loan I on bim.  Three lining Mea Pretaste Drowsed.  ffPxnuGioB. Oat., Me pf rn — We. I need ay morning three you g rom named Arthur Bowy, r. < bar lea McDonald And Hugh Rooney « -ut out iu a sail boat intending to crow 8 rung lek • In the afternoon their buat wa* fen od lying on its aide with Bowyer hanging dead in the rigging The other two Ruu are missing and are supposed to have ber# drowned.  Resales "MRteisl" Orotale Dro’l Croak Los**, Hept. IM -Notwithstanding  Bassia>1 < /H< ia1 denials, persecution of the Jew* i* pr .eroding vigorously | 0  <er(al« n a of Raa-iia. and especially la south Ii *At Chiasm numiwr# of Jewish families have received orders to quit the country, an I are teaviag for lug.a id or Anteri' a upwards of tau Jewish families hav ng ben expelled from Oirosa wahia few weeks  Kaashl a Mig Mlrok rf Tissher Load.  Brrr Ain, S’ Y. M..pk A-J special lo TW tx proa# from Olean, S. Y.. says; Par-haps the largest single transfer of Pfcaa-' Sylvania ti rn Mr laude In tbs recent bis tory of that state was consummated In this cli y We loi-s I ty, it Ming the purchase of is un ..ereauf land In £lk county by lh M Built*, of this city, who paid MHO.-(XX) for tbs i rani.  Mew a I’eeesjrlvrols Medluro Swindled a Hollevsr Ie hplrtlwaltem.  I'AHSOMIALK. Pa. Me pl. JA.-John HIU has brought suit bere against Samuel Wyelh for the recovery of aisiut #4,1**), a1 (aged to have beau obtained under false pretense#. Mrs Wyeth is s medium and Bill wa* a strong Miterer in spiritualism. WMn hi* w.fe died Hill consulted Mrs. Wyeth aa to her condition in Hie unknown world, ami wa* Gild that she would he perfectly happy but for the fact that she wa* not so becomingly dressed as tbs sn gel* by when' site was »a (rounded This grieved Mr. Hill. and (masked Mr# Wyeth What the tire—makers ap there charged for dre»*ea Mrs Wyeth said prices f„ r  diea*r* in Hie prevailing style rauxe<! from HUG> fi.Urt  I rg. «( I  m ii s  br New Hate's Finally Mr HIH wa* told to put what veer mon-) he (MHIhi apar# under a certain stone and be aa* assured that It would reach tin <l -tin*tt..n After this galls for new robes I*-- ame numerous sod exigent, aud the moory put under the stone by Mr. Hill dos; |* ared so quickly that Hill su»pcc*ed lh.>: it was removed by otter thau '•pirit'isi bands Be consul I ad his friends and she) advised him to bring sail ('oun-el for the defense will argue  that there ie no proof that the money wa* not Iskrti awny by spirit# nor that it a  Bot handed to the lord.  PITTS &; HAMILL,  815 BJ5LLE HTKIiKT.  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK Im Cts MORT COM IM.KTH  avoy Drought to Alloo.  The He bel He* Ateteested.  CALCUTTA# Hspt. ta —The maharajah af  Maul I par, ski wa* ilgv*o from his sos aunty by a rt vuimif#, bead."! by his rot ber, ha* atelic del    ,4     tus   mi r and <-mler > a*    j  •Aem#- - na) crop >»  ......  at    1,    VI    1,  »4) . worth at tea*. Oh.UUU,A*).  Arnut her Tie be# Ie Fsaasy Ivanla.  Pa t LA DELPH I a. Sipt M -The execa-rtv# commute- of the (J u to ii Labor party OMI in secret a - <aii>o here WedtnwKiay, ami j dacided co pi are 1 he following ticket in nominal. >u; uovcrnor. Theodore P. Ryn der, of CY 1  ur * erwiitiy; li<-iitenaut governor, J oat u- it «un. of Tioga, secretary of internal af! lire, litmry K Keller, of B-atr.  Ae Old Kaylsj# bass U rung.  NKW YOUK, Sept, Vt-Stephen & I (ought sling, for twenty-three years an employe of the New York postoffice, was snorted Thursday night while ransacking some drawer* and cioeeta ta tke Inijuiry depart merit, and Thursday was held in Rf, hi) ten I on a t barge of having stolen overc tau, jackets, rte., ofothtr employes. TM* jrttty thefts cover# I a period of aer •rat month*. Ile admitted his guilt.  tiuN. •lull ii J  t f avrtuMsly Hark NKW Yuk*. .Sept ta-A letter was read at th*- w-si.in of lh* ProteetSLt Kpteeopal(Boe ».» i convention Thursday roof lung it die Chiiroh of the Holy Trinity, si I la - th a the I Iou. John Jay had Wen ne r .♦» ins street and seriously in j tm  We coo abow you Hornet It Jig New aa often aa you ret 11 ta:  CARF»E3T8i  Tape-fry,    Body BruHaelH.  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  HNT CURTAIN’S!  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Pottier.  HVT RIJOS:  run Moquette,    Smyrna A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Ladies like to nee the Nearest sad Finest ta House Panora Rn*** TMa Kasicst a ay to see (hem la to Cull frequently Ak aur agla Mil h rn ml r  whether you wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  FALL SUITS;  I Arf XGrf It KA DY TU Kl UM Hill EV KUT MAM IM ALTuH WITH # } T '  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  *) VUE FP IM i ted IIM 8KLKCTKD KSrCt’LALLT   p  AJjL wear.  CL".  Wltlx  is THE MOST MTY LUU MAM!# BU,  Perfect  AMD -o~  fit  TT  id#  Figures th it  O. G.  F'lt,  will Please AU.  Moritz.  i t ’   

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