Alton Daily Telegraph, September 29, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph

September 29, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois : ■ ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. Im ■ NO. 1)8 The Ever POPULAR 10c Sheet Music, We have had manufactured for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mille in the East) a complete Lino of the LATEST BEST STYLES. ami PA PE RTI ES. (BOX PAPKK ) Hjr*- These Matchless Goods are now under way, and will reach us in about IO days. WrWe haft cut deep into tho prices of our present stock, and offer you same at (('HAS. J, I IEO KXll A RT, Sole Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS CARKKILLY ARRANGED Po AXD KOH Til ic I HK OK T KRS or r 11K IACI KMET PIANO AND ORGAN. Lhopstlck Waits, by.................De    Lalli TOUR OVR PRICE. Sly Away Galop, by  ....... Gertrude Dream Walla, by_____ Impatience titan Jo Galop), by In tbr sunshine, by ............. Jack Frosts March, by..... ... Moment Musical, by.............. Playful Honda, by  ......  .. Russian Grand March, by ........ ?*tarof Affection Mn>wer of Ho* * Galop, by..____ «    .. M Walts, by....... Wreath Walts, by .............. Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac., Wauls, lletrfhoven atreabbog .... tango . ..Knight Schubert. .... Greene .. Francis, Hartmann, xtraabbug. . Glee# Ac. are Mar Remember all our goods open to your inspection, and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in Pl a in IiHim ton. BEEENHART'S THE LATEST. The Sapping Stone, by - Sidney Roienfeldt. VOTA!. AXD IN STEI'M KNTA L) IOC a Copy. O KI IAT OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue FliKE on Application, or Mailed Fit KC to any Addrest. tot itu Third St., cor. Plata ALTOV, ILI.. Cbis. J. Degenhart, CMI) IT A CYCLONE. What Flower, of Nmw York, Says of the Tar.ffBJR* CONFERENCE REPORT IN THE HOUSE 1 the vaunt#. Kara B. Hailey, cd Connecticut, to Its collector of customs forth* district of Hartford. W. W. Hollins, of North Carolin *, to be collector of iuiernai revenue for the fifth diet rid of North Carolina. John F. Hector, of Illinois, to be surveyor of customs for the port of Cairo, Ilia.; alto several promotions. Patent Medicine 8ign nounetd Unmoral. Pro- McKinley Makes u Stateasenl af the (hang#* Hrtween the Provision* of the Honea Hill and the Nill ne ll Passed the Seaate—The Day's Proceed!ag. la the Senate—Other Capital City Mews at Internet.    mg Washington Citt, Sept. SM,—In the house Saturday morning after the reading and approval of the journal McMillan of T« noe-eee withdrew his demand for the reading of the conference report on the tariff hill, in view of the fact that the report wan printed in Tho Record. McKinley said that it was understood that the Republican members desired no more than one hour for de bate. He asked that the debate should oontinus for Bv* hours, two hours to be given to the friends and three hours to tbs opponents of the report. McMillan protested against a limitation Iating put upon the discussion bot suggested that if such a limitation ware to be made. the hour should ba flied at 0 A Campaign of National Conners. Washington Citt, Sept, lo.—A dispatch frow Canton, Ohio, referring to the canvass which Is to be made for the re flee lion of Maj. McKinley, says that among those who will take part are Messrs Sherman, Foraker, Grosvenor, Reed, Horr and po-sildy Ingalls. Fry*. Hoar and Blaine, that it will be a campaign of national concern, and I hat the fight will he wage I Ufton th* ta..if Lane. AN ANATOMICAL RARITY REVEALED. MIZNER ANO MISS BARRUNDIA. o'clock. McKinley acquiesced in this j mind, wa* admitted * * V*ry n"Kh ,,k1 Account af the lurid' at (liven by Canaut General Hearner. NEW YOUK. Sept. aw.—Th* Herald’s Guatemala correspondent telegraphs that James IL Hosmer. United Slates consul general, gives the following account or the attempt of Miss Harrundiaon the lifs of Minister Mimer. Mr. Hosmer said: “On the day following th* killing of Gen. Harrundia on board of lbs Acapulco, while In the legation office with the minister, the servant informed me Him a lady rle-iml to Kfieak with Mf. Mimer. The lady, who seemed Autopsy t'pue the Body of rn Mea WK* Died st Enforced Hi arval I na Reveals a Peculiar State of the Organs—Usa Into a Herd et Deer- Itleh Find of Gold la Mirhigsa — Little Girl Mutilated by Ho* a. Mai oms, Ills , 8ept JU-The committee of *h - Woman's Chriatian Temperance Unhm appoint*! to attend to toe suppr s si >ii of ob)*) t unable picture, called at ti c drug store of William I rvin A Son ani inform*! them that they had <!> mum iking picture in lh* wlndo To tbs astonishment of the proprietor* the ( birlinn able print poiniei out was an , d erttseio m* set I ig forth tho virtues of a patent nu Sci ne, an I Hic -infill part of It wag litt le tar b ihy. e I, with the creep1 io.i of a short s I t, C O A L. Till) Famous GlUt-ople Soft COAL delivered at live minutes notice In any of the city. Burna lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or anders. Best Koft Coal in the West. silting i I It* grail til ••Ile ’» lait, with I s Third and Piasa att. Alton. Ill Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGENTS FOR THE— St Louis Varnish Co. Pine VARNISHES and JAPANS. Charter Oak Sieves and Kalifs Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pump* New Home and White Sewing Machines; §30 each. Agents for the Celebrated Mater Farm fans. —FINK LINE OF- Carns. Bulies and Series Waps Seethe Best ROAD CART in the World for HO. IK, JOHNSTON, Hardware Co. Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III, PIA1TOS Are faaevself popular keeen^e they r ran tea* are strictly flrtt*rlas», filly war and still only medium la price. Are the bes* In the world, ard have Ieil| ill others for years. Owr Ni,0W ■se. The people are bound to hate the| hest, and will have untie but lite I *U : Oar prices are the leweat and terras either ti uh payments cr wit, aa easterners prefer. Call and see as, or seed far Catalogue* aad fall laferaiaUoa. ESTEY & CAMP. suggestion *ud asked for consent that the previous question be considered as ordered attha^ hour. To this McMillan objected, whereupon McKinley gave no tic# that he would demand the previous question at half-past a o’clock. The Muhjeet of Blading Twins. McKinley then made a statement of the changes between th* provisions of tbs house house bill and the bill as it passed the moi ate; and explained the provisions Of th* conference bill practically as they ara explained in the statement of the conferree*. In regard to the subject of binding twine he bk proceed hts opinion that the duty was too low, but he Indulged th# hope that some future congreet woald discover the fact and apply the remedy. Commenting upon th* reciprocity pro vis Ion McKinley says:    ‘We    consented the reciprocity provision put into «»ur bill by the senate, a provision which is perfectly well understood by b-Ah sides of this bouse ll is s declaration that whereas tlie United .Slates has already mode coffer) and hides free, and now pro poses to make aurar free in the interest of reciprocal traits arrangements with other countries and with the expectation that we ahall secure valuable oonoaaslne* from those countries, therefore in it be event that tboee countries do not respond to this generosity on the part of the Amen can congress, the pre*idem of the United tis ates may by proclamation declare that they have furnished os no reeeouable or just reciprocal advantages in return for our consension*, and therefor* th* duties fixed by this Mil shalt he tmpo-ed upon these articles We have accepted the amendment known as th* Aldrich amend men! and we indulge the hope that in accordance with th* expectation and belief of so many distinguished men allover the country, this will enable us to open ap I (rest fields for the products of our farms. We have accepted this amendment in the hop* that such a result will be fully real teed." What newer Had ie Bs,. Flower, of New York, charaetc deed the measure as a cyclone MIL Hie point (rf the bill was to so arrange it that there should be no trois between the United Blairs and foreign oountriea. It would enable the manufacturer* to coni th ne and fleece Ilia people, while the farmers would fail lo flu-! relief. Referring to the subject of Minting twine he said that whits gentlemen would expatiate la the west upon the provision ae being in favor of the farmers of the west, it would ruin AIUXX) workingmen In New York and New Ragland. Tamer, of Georgia, crtti-eiaed the maturity for limiting the time for debate He arraigned the Mil a* a secti onal bdl, its benefit being for tho** who lived in th* north aad ifs hardship fur those who lived la th* south. Upon th* subject of reciprocity he queried what I woe fit would com* to the country from the provision of the Mila HA opinion wee that the provision wee a bruin rn fab men. He objected to the provision be -i-M.ise it inaugurated a system tbs* was In violation of th* constitution. The MU proposed to Invest th* president with the power to enact laws and he was opposed to giving the president such power. Th# Coeff. ..Iona! Limited. Cummings of New York declared that th* doctrine of American protection wee Ute moat pernicious that had ever permeated the American people. Inveigh -lug ac si tut th* protective sy stem, he said that the decay of th* agriculturalist la* ternate of tbs country gave the ll* to the statement that protection was for th* benefit of the farmer*. This hill wee not protection to industry, but was deprivation of market*, it wa* self destroying. Bat tbs whistle of this tariff locomotive wee screaming; gagged and hound he was still aa unwilling pa*aettg«r upon this congressional limited, marsu hug McKinley train, and th* downcast engineer of this juggernaut express had thro wa the throttle open, the Illinois stoker wee shovelling in th* coal, the Buckeye conductor was punching the I ticket* and the protection hoodlums were filling th* air with wiki hurrahs la the ■enate. In th* senate Saturday morning, house MI! to repeal part of th* aet el I fro divtd log th* state of Iowa Into two judicial districts was reported hack from the judiciary committee aud Mooed. Morgan Introduced * bi 4. w (den was referred to th* committee us public lands, to forfeit th* lands granted to th* Northern Pacific Railroad company for th* portion of its line bet wten Bismarck In North Dakota and W alula in Oregon. He also asked that “the lobbyist* who have been here in behalf «f the Non hem Pacific railroad be suspended from getting their fees, * and he thought that th* beat way to do thai was for the senate and bouse to take up th* subject of the forfeiture of that land gra ak The bones jirfot resolution authorling th* secretary of the navy to parches# nickel ore for th* us* In th* menufset ors of steel armor, was taken up end Cameron's amendment offered Friday waa disagreed to, A* she entered the private office of the mi ti is tor she addressed Mr. Milner asking him if he wa* th* minister. Mr. Mimer replied in tho affirmative. Upon hearing this reply the lady addressed the minister in Spanish, saying site was the daughter of til* de o#a«**d Gen. Harrundia. and that he (the minister) was directly responsible for his murder, adding that she was only a woman, but that It waa her duty to avenge her father's death Th# Hi.(taler Had I, Weare.I. “With th#-# words she pithed a revoir r from beneath tho fold- of lier dress, and was stout to shoot th* mi ulster, blithe fore her purpose could lasaff sot*I I quickly grasped tmr by the wrist and wrenched th* revolver from her hand. The minis tor, however, was thoroughly frightened, to and made a rush for the door, which he shoed ami licked twhrad bim, leaving me alone with the Infuriated l«dy. We remain *d locked up in th* min tater** room until the polios came aud look the lady away." Ii u* r tangled in a ti-tie gin* ti sir. from winch the old la.y ur.o* v lily trying to get It loose. Mr Krdu *upp># a d It, Keefer Wee Mo'S Com* lr.wa. They next called on J. M K afer, an other druggist, ant ordered the same p i i un* taken ottt of his window, whlc'i he promptly informed them would not lie don *, slating that titer# was not bing ab rat lh# pie line Which bd contd raj woad be iiurtful to bis own rn .* family, and sugge*riiig at the sam- Dm; that according to their idea* he Waul i It: obliged to d»M«r from hts regular prat:, ire of roe I* Inc hie Iii We, as every tim.) he o aoied it a flak-d infant Savior or in the bairn tics confronted hi- vial »n A Yr.HY t.A :E CASE. Wk* A SPIRITED DEBATE, Mlaelaaipid Constitutional Convention ('an* Mer* ti,# Temperance Qu*«t Ion Jackmdx, M S ., Sept JU —Tit# Mount a* tic hi a1 convention »;#*nt the entire day considering the temperance question, and It provoke*! one of# the most spirited discussion* yet heard In the convention The temperance committee atu le a majority aad minority report on th* liquor ques lion. The majority report stated that it waa inopportune aud impracticable to bring the question liefore the convention, and recommended bo action Im taken on lh# question. Hie Majority It#port Adopted. The minority report, signed by Meas re th i is: IU sn aud Hamilton, concluded w. ti the recommendation that a prevision Im inserted rn the constitution that ail saloons and tippling h >u*ea, where vie Otis and spirit ttou* I quoin aud other intoxicating drinks are kept for sale, ar* hereby d< dared to bs public a a Is anoas and may he ^oppressed or Abated by prosecution la tit* name of the state or upon the complaint of auy citisen The legislature ahall enact such law* ae ar* necessary to enforce the provisions of this section. The minority report wee deles! sd by a vote of 78 to IT, aud th* majority report was adopted without division. lows Crop lie port, Dta Moist*. 8»pt. JU.—Th* week's closing bulletin ut th* Iowa weather service reports favorable condition* for maturing crops; ako far fail plowing and seeding. A large increase ta reported la th* southern cooutie* ta acreage (rf winter wheat •own; also some Increase in rye and bar-ley. Com will soon be reedy to orib and th* yield is fully 78 per mat. of th* average of the last ten yearn Th* bulletin says th* season, though not so fa von bi* as former years for bountiful production, bas brought prosperity to lows farms, th# more lf euham cd prices more I nan overbalancing the deficiency In th* amount produced. damped ta His Death. Clin. I NS ATI, Bapt. JU.—The ax proas passenger train of th* Baltimore sud Ohio and Rout), western, g«d g west, ran Into the rear of a construction train that had not wholly got on to the sidetrack at Madisonville, Ohio, Engineer Cattle aud Fireman J. W Hough Jumped. Th* engineer vet aped with brulee#, but th* fir* men struck his heed on a coal car and died In fifteen minute* Th* engine and postal care were wrecked. The passee gar* mea pod injury. i Am '.pay on in# Ii.,.I. <»( a Bf ta Died of Kit furred Starvation. * M .t Yoga, hep). JU. —Dr 8 Watson, a*«i-fed l»y Dr. R Osgood Al i«on an t John 8 " ar en, »pe«n tbr.** hours in the most (ar..ul autop-y upon th* lardy of Dr. S ,* i hew De Wolfe, who died of enforced J a a. vat ion at Ida home iu Thirty -fourth street. Tile autopsy showed endocarditis or thickening of tho lining membranes of j ii.# c. vttn-* (rf ilu. heart of a chronic c srticfrr, rut t-rvndng upon an scute at • set. *. lei) 0(01110(1 In t April. What is conx.dc-ed almost phenomenal I* that wk!ie tliey found the heart In the condition devcriUol th* nth-r organs of tire (bonnne aud aUhrfnitntl cavil a were In a perfectly normal condition I hi* is op p mhI to the UMual law of nn-dtctunl web nt e and existence The erin* is a rare (Ute. There may be oilier- like it on record hut if so they a-e very seldom beard of. Dr Warren, on* of the MMd-tsuu, mad# It# Oat ti re of th# heart trouble more -pparittt by I ken I ag »h>- Teat rishi to a h'dlow rut. «#r ball work.a1 ae a pump by lb# pressor# of the levi.I. A tilt h rind af G dd. HATTLK Ck SKE MJC)!., Bp!. JU — rh I* city ie excited over the fl .ding of pure gold Friday afternoon while drilling a well for city water Tire mb t, ahi. h is brought up from s ii -tan.« of lh) f#,t Mow he Mtrfsia. I* tub k aith small nuggets of pure gold o»«, and several dollar*’ worth cf ore ha* t##‘i earned -wa)' h the VMI I ors to the a. ll The I iud. which is located a' < hue nae lek#, th gieat summer r won, toss l-#u lr! I nut It. Iou fur several months, and wa# about to Im sold at suction, but a hi could hardly ti* port-hated now The matter will be inve-iLato I, and It hi rumored on th# street that a teat-ha t will be towered to the vein, whish Is supposed to a neb on*. HARD COAL In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed, BUT (OW, BEFORE THE BIG IDVMCE. Dorsey &; Mann 310 Belle street. TELEPHONE 84 AND 91. WARM AIR FURNACES! HARO AND HOFT COAT. To our friends would say we ar* now prepared lo pat pair old onea. Satisfaction In every ou* guaranteed na coe always on hand. Id emote and re* BmootvV hand Mr- PITTS & HAMILL,: 81a RELLE STREET. Kau late rn Herd af Doer. Dr LITH, Mine.. Hopi HU. —Friday even ing the limited train left Mansfield northbound twenty-seven minutes late. Five miles this side of that -tattoo, while ran Mag nearly sixty miles en hoar, en immense herd of deer dashed erroee th* track at th# entrance to a cut. It was too late to stop, and th. train struck Hie herd killing a groat number. The train passed though the herd, throwing them right and left, but did not stop When the train arrived here a magnificent specimen of a buck deer was found dead on th* engine's pilot The engineer estimate* lh* herd at ever iou. stop * where ? e. l mum Arrested aa a# A re urn id tea. NKW Yohk, Bapt SU.—Anthony Gould, of Albany, who la under indictment tor aiding aad abetting G urge B. Whitney, a clerk in the Albany City National bank, in embesx'ing the fun l* of thai institution. waa arrested Sat unlay at 145 Madison avenue where he has boon stopping with hi* wife, as th* Albany auth..rill#* were under the impression Gould was about to learn for Europe. It is probable Uouid will b* taken back to Albany. Horribly Mutilated by (loge. Newcastle, Pa., Bapt. UU.—a little girl named Cooper, aged I years, who is visiting John Tyndall, of Moravia, near her#, WH* I#(int.* over a fence looking into a pi t sty when she lost ber balance and fell In among the awin*. In aa la si Hut the powerful pigs attached ber aad, before any co# could nome to ber easts*ame, the little on* waa terribly lac erat# I nod unco one Due. One arui wa* terribly cut, ber bead and face mangled, end her stomach torn. Rh* will die. -AND •BK MT- LATEST FABRICS -IV CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASHMERES, AND Watch I will tusk* up in the very LATENT EASTERN UTILE* men em play ad. I doty all would be Competition. Mobs but Mood Work. Minny ITS NO SECRET. That oar STOCK in the MOST COMPLHTB ever oraaght to Alton. iaailbagged tbs Operator. Moi XT VKH*oX, Ohio, Sept m—At 4:» o'clock In the morning a masked man entered th# ticket office of the Clava-laud. Akron end Columbus railroad at this place, and sailed th* telegraph operator, who also sets as ticket agent at night. Th* operator was sandbagged, bound aad gagg#d aad the money drawer robbed of CAV The robber mail* good bis escape, and there is u-» clew, other that; a good description of the man. Did*'* lift Mi* altar# .rf awag. Cl SCI xx ATI, O.. N-pl UU -Andrew T. Mo.>nert, now of Chicago, ha- sued la recover from William Fort*#*, of this city, lib lh* petition says that while Wiwnfrt was clair man of a committee la the Cincinnati council Fork#*, a* president of tire council, had money to pay that commit:. # to Influence its action on a specified matter, and that Forbes did not pay Moonert hi* share, and Moonert now cut# to rt cover IL We can show you Something Now ae often ae you call Six: OARPBTSi Tapestry,    Body Brunet)Is. Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. I HVT CURTAINS! Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portion IN .FITTG-SH rur Coquette,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. 233 State Street, Chicago. ‘St. Louis House, OIB Sc 018 Olive Mention fbi* rape* St# V | _nji ti I _xh Bu |.. rtut sacral Farter Sow to Baroda. W aalii XUTGX City, Kept. Mi.-Robert P. Porter, superintend**! of th* aeneas, went to New York Friday, and Saturday morning sailed for Ca rope on th* steamer Umbria Mr. Perter, it la said. ie threat sued with bright'* disease and he was ordered abroad by his physician. ■•lied tbs Katie* KU 11 tea. CINCH!KATI, Kept. UU.-The entire edition of The Cincinnati Weekly Volks' freuud, of Ibis week's Issue, bas been Mixed by th* postoffice authorities bere sod con A-na. sd cm account of containing an advertisement of th* Louisiana lottery The seisure wa* mad* on Tuesday, but lh# matter wa* kept from the public until Friday. Mw* I Wive* Living. Lowell. Maas, lh p- .1# -A Wielark •as arraign*,! lo tim t Fruity on tit# charge of p Jygamv. Tbs prooacuuou claim- to haw evidence that M ieiark has four wive*. O ie lie *# iii Vermont, one in Haverhill, <».»«) in Curl UIS ford, and tbs r.-oleos* of lh* fourth la unknown His lo .st Vici.m )* hi a beautiful girl In Lire!, and it ii the Isl tor's brother ia-isw aho i* muk ag the troulde for the much married man A Long L»*« teat Found. Trao la ID* Sept. .u —Th* young son of T. ti Wy.itt, irosfurer of Douglas a uuiy, who ui-appeaml from hi* home rn)-it-m« u-ly last June, (ta* been found In K< iiiucky. Ladle* like to see the Now-at and Finect in House DeoorwVott*. The Realest way to §m them is to Call frequently at ear sera brie hrumt, whether you wish to buy or not A. J. HOWELL. I I"'ST MoailaaMaa# bv tb# Fr—IA#at. " as*c si.Ti is ( ITT, aept. JU -Th# president baa eau I the foilowtog nomiasilone Firs si Ashland, WI*. Ami la SD, Win, He pi. kg.-Firo Friday * destroyed part of the plant of th* J. it Davie Lumber company at Phillips, Wia Wires sr.* down and the lose can only be : estimated variously from 175,QID to ItM,-OOO HUp oamr fr mi »-veral surrounding cill**, but two tab*, nVffal firemen and eiti».-u* warn bt iy burned wk.I# lighting th* Aam#- ( lifilgFN Against (inirlala I on Out .-, Ohio, >-pc JE—-Governor I .!n.ptod ii ti roo-iv d # numher of tele-gtem* call ug Mf Kin him to remove three toe Hisn ol the hoard of pobtie improve-menu at CinciunatL They are charged watt nut feasance ta odi n and Belling vet •* iii vartou* ways In connection ai h puldic imiirovciiMuta Til* mem* here I l.*rr*»t to ar# R emabm, Du ohs in SIH. A n ilgi-m.-ry. lto. is said to be ll.* UHM) deeply involve I. FALL SUITS. I AM NOW KEA.D TO Ft WX I nil EY KUT MAN IN ALI DSI WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, M IDE Kl' )M CLHTHN NKIJCPTED ENFEfTALLY VO FAIjL. WEA R. CV IV THE MOOT XTYLIAH MAV NEE, With. 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