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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON LIA I LY TELEGRAPH.  Senator Carlisle Speaks on the Tariff Measure.  THE HOUSE READY TO ADJOURN.  ORK AT  Her* We have bad manufacture*] for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the Faut) a dele Line of the LATEST and STYLES.  oomph  BEST  PAPE RUES.  (Box pa nut.)  SUif" These Match lea* Goods are now under way, and will reach ua in about IO dave.  faTWo hare cut deco into the prices of our pro went «L>ck,and offer you same at  TOD! DVK PRICE.  are  •fiW* Remember all our goods open to your inspection, and you will And each and every article diatinctly marked in  Plain Jftgures.  DECENHART’S  GREAT  The Ever lAn POPULAR 1UO  Sheet Music,  (CHAS. J. I >R1, EN HART, Sole Avant.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  CAREFULLY AKHrt Vi.Kli FO BEK) I lf lf Elf* AM* KOU THU, UHR OK TKAffllv  ERB or yuk  PIANO AND ORGAN.  Lhopattck Waits,by.................Iw    Lam  ny Away Galop, by .................    Wauls,  Gertrude Drwun Waits, by ... Beethoven impatience (Banjo Galop),by .Ktreabbog  In the Sunshine, by  ........... lange  Jock mate March, by   , Knight  Moment Musical, by ............  Hchubcrt  ITarful Ronda, by,......Greene  Russian it rand March, by.........  Francis  •tar of Aff set Ion Masurka.by ...Hartmann Shower of Buses Galop, by..... ntreabbo*  "    “    “ Walts, by ...... *•  Wreath Waits, by    ........ .tiles*  Ac., Ac., tx,, Ac,, Sc.  THE LATEST.  The  WMW Thin! St., cor. nasa.  ALTON,  ILL.  Strpping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenleldt.  VOCAL AMU INSTIL MENTAL) IOC a Copy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy-250 for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies*  $1.00 for 15 Copies,  Catalogue Fit EE tin Application. or .Mailed FREE (ti any Add re wa.  Chs. J. Degenhart,  ri** Delivery System T« ll, TmM Is Small Town Sad Villagss—Cons ragman Millar Aaha aa Appropriation for s Mon urn*, tit to Soldier* and Kx-Slavee -rnaMsMltl Appoint nreata-The Mew Port agal Minuter.  Wash I motor CITY, Oct. I.-Ths renal* pa Mod tile boas* bill to promote th* administration of justle* In th* army (with a verbal amendment). Resolution* authorising the irrigation committee to continue its work sod continuing the pay of session clerks sad clerks to senators during the proses were passed. Th* conference report of the tariff bill woe taken up and Mr. Carli*]* addressed lh* senate.  He would not, he said, attempt to discus* the economic theory of th* bill. It WM now about to pass entirely from tbs heads of the senate, and beyond it* control a dlecuseion of tbs question could not be undertaken wHkout neglecting the last opportunity to state (ss accurately ss , possible) what tbs main provisions of the measure were and what would be its I probable effect on taxation. It was not his purpose to attempt to aute the effect of the measure on the public revenue because It would be impossible to do no with any degree of accuracy. But    be could  •tate approximately what It*    effect OU  taxation would be  Effeet of the mil on Revenue*.  No member of the finance committee bad ventured during the tariff    debate to    most    capacity    with    tobacco consigned  * n  optofoo  M  Im what    the effect    manufacturers here and    in Tampa.  of the bill would he on the revenues of    -    -    -    -  the government, except the senator from Iowa (Atimon), who, In the course of • speedt on the subset of the expenses of the government had reviewed the sub-  A Chicago Millionaire Fractures His Neighbor's 8kull.  THE VICTIM WILL PROBABLY DIE.  the  erection of a aattonal home for invalid exclaves, aud naming ae the board of managers Mss. Harrison, Mrs. Oran!.  Mr*. Gar field, Mn. Logan, Mrs. John C Clarkson and Mrs W. W. Dudley. The second bill of the new representative is more modest sod calls for sn a ppropria-ttoo of **10,000 for s monument in memory of the colored soldier* of the civil war.  ClsrtMS'i hw*.M»r Appointed.  Washington City, Oct. L-Among the nominations stat to th# senate Monday WM that of Smith A. Whitfield, now second assistant postmaster general, to the drat assistant in place of J. S.  Clarkson, also George lf Pullman, of 11 Ii nots, to be one at the members of continental railway commi«aion.  Confr**. Kona to Adjourn.  Washington Crnr, CL*. I.-Speaker Reed said Tuesday, so far aa the hon a* of re preset) tall vee is concerned, we will be ready to adjourn to-night What the ain ate will do tho speaker will not undertake to predict  BIO IMPORT OF CUBAN TOBACCO.  steamer* Arrive al Key VV rat Laden to Their Ct most Capacity.  Jacksonville, Kl*.. Oct L—A Key  West special to The Time* Colon Bays;  Cuban tobacco is being rushed into the  United States through this port in largo  quantities, and there has been unusual  activity in Imports during the past few  daya The government’s storage capacfty  of the hooded warehouse will scarcely be  capable of holding the large quantity that  is expected to arrive here before the new  tariff Mil goes into effect Throe thousand  one hundred and eighty eight bales of  wrappers have (wen Imported since the  18th inst, and last Wednesday night the _  u  ,, „ ,  •teamer Mascotte we* latten to her ut-  C 7[ P  v    '**!*’   1  fdly handsome man de* pi Ie hi* year*  •lobe Brea Ark, ai-West Park Com rn I. •loner, Sneak* Dp IG hind Edward •winey and Deal* III* t’a.a.pectins I killn a Terr.fie Ilion I pun the Back of Ike Head with a Bee* Hall Met Gossip and a Rate the Cause,  Chicago, Oct I.-John Hrenock, ex west park commissioner and an old and w ll known ritisen. *-a* ii I ted Edward K. Swiney Monday afternooo with a bvt hall tat, luff.cling injuries which will probably prove fatal. The circumstance* of I be affair are senseil<>ual The two men are ne ghbora, both living in handsome iv side lice* no Mac* Rater piece, a little str -et I bree bl *cks long, running went of Center avenue. Mr. Brett ck Is sup-rintea Ural of the Render log rom pa ny a* *♦•# *toHk yards anda an of large wealth. One daughter of Breitock is mat rie l to lite brother id Bishop Bnrke of Cheyenne. The ©(ber daughter morris I against her parents' wi«he«. This is Mrs Rigor, who lives at IK Ms cal later place. She was wed* Ital to I*eter Hagor about ten years ago, but has nr* lived with him for some time. She is toting and handsome 8 winey i* neuriy Kl jure old, bm be ie of that hafdy Monde type which often rota tis the appearance of youth and a large share of manly beau y to boot, when n« n of other types have grown gray and de  to  Third and Pina its.  Alton. Mi  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS roil TURSI Louin Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS.  darter Oak Stoves anil Ranges  Black Diamond and Aabeatot RooflnR. Building and Shoat* ing Ptjier. Force, Lift and Spraying Pump*. New Home and White Sewing Machine*; $30 each. Agent* for the  Metter Farm toots.  —FINK LINE OF-  Carnies. Bailies ami Sones laps  See, the Beet HOAD CANT    World    for $10.  11 JOHNSTON, Un Cl.  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, ill.  Are Iat et cutely popular because they are •tiddly Bret-elase, felly war ran led. aud •UU only medium la price.  PIAN OS  y nnn imo  Are the heel (a the world, and have led all elk rn. for year*. Over Bee. The people are hound heft, and will bar. jose tut Oar price* are the lowest either time pay tm ut* or cai terser* prefer.  Call aud see us, or send logans Bed full lafwrmalkia.  ESTEY & CAMP,  233 State Street, Chicago.  NTBt Louie House, 016 A 018 Olive St.  Mention ua Pups*  j*ct to some extent. Hat that woe before (be conference report wee made.  He asserted that the Mil es it stood took from (Ii* free list and made dutiable more than it took from the dutiable list and made flee. While It would uot increase the revenue* It would increase the tax* Hon of the people by Increasing the prices of articles of similar domestic production The result (and the purpose) of these In crcaoj* was to Increase the prie* of do mettle | roducte to allow now industries to be established and to enable old industries to realise greater profit*. Ho said that the tax of 2 cento a pound removed from tobacco would benefit ;no mat) but th* manufacturer and tho retailer, who would divide It between them.  v ha Huger Bounty.  The sugar bounty Carlisle said would amount In the aggregate to *7,OOO.OOO or lh, OOO,OOO a year. The producer would get nous o' the benefit of th!* Re oould not receive a higher prioe for his produet for he could not control the prie* and in the second piaoe, ae the manufacturer of beet eager would have to soli hie sugar in open market in competition with cane and eorgh urn sugar. Ha oould not afford to pay a farmer I oent more far his beata than their value as compared with other .tibalances from which Bugar to made The consumer on the other hand would not get his sugar any cheaper for the bounty. The bounty paid sugar would sell In the market at the same prioe os other sugar. The bounty system did uot apply equally to |ll parte of the country, he said, I tee a use a large ares on the coon try could not produce cane, sorghum or bee ta Such a sectional measure wa* Violation, he said, of the terms of every social compact in a free country. It re quired no con-motional profaiMtlon to invalidate It, Blair called attention to the fart t hat a bounty wee offered by the •tate of Now Hampshire on crows Oar lisle said that this might benefit the whole people of a state but the sugar bounty benefited only particular localities Ai the ooncluatoo of Carlisle a remarks. Allison addressed the sancta la defats* of the conference report. Gray followed Allison ami spoke In opposition to report. The vote on the tariff conference r«q*»rt will not be taken probably boro Wednesday,  la Iii* Moas*  The house passed joint resolution ap-proprtatlng 110,000 to enable the postmaster gun*rat to lest tho free delivery ays tem at small town* and villages; senate biti to protect actual aet tier* on po idle lands in Florida on which deposits of phosphate have sine* been d covered Mil releasing to Ban francisco the .United Bt ates title to aer ta In land near the Presidio.  The confr ranee report on the MU to permit the secreter* of war to issue a revocable license for the use of a pier aa petitioned by vessel ow ne re of Chicago was agreed to. Funston of Kansan asked unanimous eonseaft to call up a MU to establish a uniform standard for grain, and on objection being mad* Wade of Missouri said that ho would object to the consideration of all other MU* Re proceeded to carry his threat Into affect until objection » to tho Pa na ton billa were withdrawn sod then th* MU was taken up, debate to be limited to thirty minute* ll was withdrawn later, however, a* its cue tules threatened to make the point of ao quorum against It and Mock the business of th* ho us*  The House at SAS adjourned.  Presidential Nomination*.  WSoto* Cirr, Out. I —Tbs president rent lo the senate Tuesday the tai* lowing nominations; George & Batch*!* of New York, to be minister resident and consol general of the United Blate* to Fortuna ; vie# George Storing resigned. To be consuls of the United Alate* Hor sos W. Metcalf of Mate* at Bermuda; Oscar j Malin roe of Minnesota, at Dania, Spain Among the nominations were several army promotions end the folioed ug peat masters; William M. McDaniel, Thorn town, lad; J nines M. Overed I rn— Ri W'od, Iud., A ti ii.un W. Washburn, Mor gaa Pork, ill*; frederick RoagL Toronto Ohio,; Carleton A. Hora, Plain City, (Milo, Mary 8. J. MtGronrty, College HIU, Ohio; Charles W Dawson, Maw Rich rn..od. Ohio; William L. Binghi, Pineville, Ky.; Albert ft. Rankin, Augusta. Ky., John Kumiss, K aah rf! la, Mich ; Michael Hwset, Plymouth, WU, lit add us A Clarkson, Omaha Nab. The president has withdrawn tbs nomination of David A. Dudley ta ba postmaster at Americus, Ga.  Homa fee la valid Sa-fitavos.  Washington City, Oct t—Congressman Millar, of South Carolina, colored, bas Marta) oo his csrwr of statesman ship in a vigorous manner Monday be  (  introduced two biti* The first provides for an appropriation of ll tWj.OOU for the  Te Care th* Tuhaeeo Hare.  This Imported stock being this year's  crop, to all more or lese green, br nos rn part of the targe ware house baa been partitioned off and aet apart for storage. The object is to cure the tobacco bere instead of in tbs Havana ware houses where It baa heretofore been cured and stored after purchase and Imported aa occasion demanded. Nearly ail the manufacturers have tan to Havana and returned after making purchaser. There ta uow rn th# I rn i dad ware hoti-e ihe largest quantity of lobe co ever stored here at any one tim* Much ie being bought on •peculation.  Mul hall Pound Guilty.  Woodstock, Out., Ooh I.—Tbs jury in the Birch ad murder trial at HJO a. rn. returned a verdict of murder In the Bret degree, and the primmer was sentenced to be banged Nov. 4 next When the carriage containing Birchen was passing the Commercial botel after the prisoner's sentence Monday night a light was burning lo Mr* birchen'a room. Driver Stewart whipped up bls horses sod the carnage rolled tty. Mrs. Birchen, who had hem la her bed alnus leaving court, received early intelligence of ber husband's conviction hbortly before the verdict was announced the Rev. Mr. Farthing was sent for sud be immediately went to Mr* Bl re bal I at the Coni mer-cia! hotel. As soon aa tbs reverend gentleman entered ber room Mr* Birchen,  • bo wa* sitting in a chair, knowing his mission, fell la a faint Although re stored to oousetounea* aho Ie quite IU.  What Was th# Mattes vt Ilk Baby  Idi BUT, N. Y., Out. I —Ten days ago Mrs. John Fay, of this place, noticed that her I months-old ha by was worrying more than u*ua). While apparently anxious to take Its nourishment it would taka but a -wallow or two, and then refuse to take any more, acting aa lf it were in Palo The child grew thin an I pals, aud Sunday its mother summoned Dr Cleve-lattd He made an examination of the child and discovered soma hard substance in Its throat. After much difficulty ba •acoo«,led in extruding a brass safety-pin two inches ioug. The pin itself was im-tadad Us entire length In the fleshy part of the throat. How the pin got there la a my* ary. _ _  Missouri (WI Miners ta Tres blo.  Richmond, Mo, Ort. I.—The striks of tho coal miner* near Camden, which has ’woo lo operation about fire week*, lo assuming a serious aspect. The striking nae object to the system of supply • tores of the company, which they claim are rue on 'he “pluck cue" pica. They oleo wish the semi monthly paymeut of wages restored. Saturday about thirty Dew stoa were brought to the mine* but the strikers refused to allow them to go to weskit is feared stolen os will ensue if the company insist on putting new men lo work. About 400 miners are IJH*  hie daughter and the Lrenock  Trying ta Justify HI*  Ix>*( DON, Ort I.—The Swiss federal council has received a letter from the refugee Cast tool, la England, coo leasing that he kitted Councillor Roast during the Ticino revolt, and attempting to justify his action Tim council will probably ask for CeaMoai’e extradition, on the g roe ad that the crime was aa ordinary murder •ad not a political oftenae  Fire la a Maw York Taws.  ILION, N Y , Ort I.—A fire started In the Hotel Daniel* la this place, at fe o'chwk la tbs morning Tau business blocks were burned to tho ground and half a doses others more or toot damaged by fire and wator before the dames were gotten under control. The lure to trt,O0$ mostly covered by tasureoa*  Mllaa Merer Would Be Mimed.  VIANNA. Ort. L—It to reported that King Alexander and ex-King Milan were fired at bye would-be assassin in Bel-I grads Sunday. The official versine of the ; affair, to the effect that a cartridge exploded nuder their oerrlag -, was inlanded to minimis* the importance of the atta Dipt oe the kings* live*  Neighborhood gossip bos counsel* I th# na mea of Mr. Hwtnev end John Bren ack daughter, Mr* ita„-or, for norm- month* l>a»t. llrenoek filially heard of It. and the ■tory gore that Monday afternoon he in Icrr<*pled a note from Rwlney to Mr* Ragor. His rage knew bo bwn-td* He prepared immediately to aveuje the honor of " * family  How lh* A***utt Took PIM*  Afloat h o'clock Mo-aday af ernooii Mi. Swingy wa* Mtanding In bt* doorway el  Lie \ ernon livery company's tisrn, fly < I li er avenue, wailing (or hie b ne to ta brought oat, This is- directly around tbs corner from Macali*t«r plare. Swine) wa* Mtanding with bls hands behind him candoaeiy pursuing a tram of thought, all unmindful of tho danger ta iud him Ju»t then old John Brattach cum# so-wk-tug through the stable from the alley, lie la a powerfully imlit man and more ; than a match for Swioey. Bot It wa* not his purpose to eng ine in a hand ta hand encounter,  Bien** k lied hi* right band beneath hi* coal. clutching a heavy taw I wit hat of Ute largiwt *iie He crept up tattled bwlney end, swinging the tat, d. alt bi* unsuspecting victim a terrible blow upon the I tack of tho head. S winey f I! for wa d upon bb bands sad knee*. Brettoek yelling •i'll kill you.” He kept OB belaboring the prostrate 8 liney with the c ub. ewing it over his heed aud bringing It down with fearful power. Me lucy stumbled and crawled oat into the eire#’', blluded bv the id iw* offering Bo resist' anc* It re nm-k f Lowed him step by atap, using tbs dand y weapon upon the de fenaokme Hwiio-y K»<- w.tue *. * describe lite scene aa boult,!., and sic* ii lug No one dared interfere, hn-sock eh awd hi* Victim servos the street and hock again aud might soon have killed him outright Hj stander* Disarm Brcnoek.  A cornice maker on the story above shied a plunk at Brenock. The and of the plank in arly g Tired hi* head ll Wool I have killed turn had the aim been true It diverted hie ai tent iou. however, stt-l bystander* rushed In and wrested the club from bim dwiney was carried home in amb and Bro inch walked away, Dr A. J. Baxter, who was called to attend tbs injured man des<r!ta- kis injuries ta of tile most, se Mott* kind. The skull to badly free tired and the body and limb* are covered with the mort terrible bruins*.  Hi* recovery is extremely doubtful Those  who witueesed th# assault *re Imiignant and have no heap alloo in ‘expressing the conviction thai lire nock Inurn ted to kill Bwiney without giving him tin* smallest chance to defend himself. Bratiock has not been arrested,  WH ITE-CAPB IN ALABAMA  A Widow Ureal tv* a Load of Baekskol ta Mer kids.  Birmingham, Al*, Ort. I.-Nows ba* been received bere of a horrible Whitecap outrage which warred In Cal boun county, A band of masked men went to the house of Mr* Jane Cody, a widow, and dragged her from bad with the intention of flogging ber. They started to the woods with her, but the broke away and started to run She bad gone only a short distance * ben a volley *a» fired, and a lofid of buck- hot took f ffect in ber side. lr i filet lug a fatal w und. Tbs White Caps Awl a hen the woman felt, and she lay I bere until morning before she was found Abe we# unable to doser!he her murder-ns aa*ailaai* (hi far ag known Mr* Cody's only • ff-uae was that the gossip* of th*- t ctg Ii bor bood reported that men vialled ber bouse at nigh.. A secret taixl of regulator* had been orgnnixed to rid tbs neighborhood of Worthie-e *nd I immoral character* This wee the.r last ! work end atli probably ta their last, ga the sheriff I* making even effort lo have the.it identified aud arrested  COAL.  NO. IOO  \!|r  The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at live mlnutea notice In any ut the city. llut'iiH to a Clear Gray Aah, t o Clinkers or Cinders. .Beal Noft. Coal Ii, Hie  West.  hard coal  In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Brices, anality Unsurpassed.  BUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TELEPHONE 84 AND 31.  WARM  AIR FURNACES!  11 AHU AND SOFT COAL..  To OUT friends would say we are n w j recured lo put pair old ones. Satisfaction in •*. ory - wa# guaranteed, naoes always on hand.  Iii faraaoes Rnoond- hared Fur-  PITTS & HAMILL,  815 BKI.UK STUK KT.  STOP* ! WHERE ?  -AT-  E. L BOBCDUnFS,  —and •*» arr-  A TEST FABRICS  -IM  CLOTHS. WlRCESTERS CASHMERES,  ANO  Which I will milk* up Iii th# very L ITM NT KAHTKH.v (try (.KA mea employed. I iffy an would tie ( ompet.ttoa.  Moue but Hood Wort setMiy  ITS MO SECRET.  That our STOCK ta the MOOT COMPLETE ever nm ugh! to AJton. We oan show you Something New as often as yea dull Law  OARPETSi  lupe.xtry,    Body Brussels  Ingrain,    Art Squares.  Hag or Hemp.  XIV OURTAINTSi  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Fortier.  IN RUGLSi  Fur Moquette.    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  St  M«*alsalo4 fur (Wagr***  Loci* Mo. Oct. L—Frank  Sterrett, vice president ami general manager of the Dr. Harter medicine company wo* Tuesday nominated fur ooncrees by the Eighth district Republican eou veil  ing Boston Failure.  Boston, Oat. I. — Raphael & Lr wan • burg, dealer and manufacturer* of cloak* log ai 40 Sumner etreel, have aaatgued to H. P Jones of Cunner, Jones hi Cum aer. Their liabilities are est i mu sd at from •i ta. oou to «a(»i ooo.  ti. 'leva os a Brit Ult Steamer.  Ll vt nr- -on, Ort I. - The Brittoh •teamer I'ic too (roto Wilmington, N. C., Bapt ll, ha* arrived a* (hi* port with her  engine-1 *affvtij • front oh, lurk  A I'aru* ll end * ((ratal Aaeaalt.  Miscut. Ind., Dc . I —Benjamin An tftouy, a farmer living four mllea north of tai* ( tty, wa* brutally oaeaalted Monday ut7tit by a farm band named John Set * toy. 8m:i y returned home late sad pna iring an ax went to the room of An* thonr aa I struck him a heavy Mow tm the temple, cutting a gam Ave laches Umg. The brute thro •’ rtu-k another blow, etiik ng (ta Id cie of the ax da^ Into hi* vlcUtu'% thigh. Mr* Anthemy sud her rn th e I .-Uw wert awakened by th# eonfu»iiiit, ani, jumping up, grapplod w th (ta brute aud pit* ie I him outdoors, •I tire which time he ha* art town ase ti Mr. Anthony will die aa hie skull to bad ly cruel;* I.  Ye Fight Hefei • the ti I >iu |>le dab.  NKW ORI tux ;. Ort. I,—It to now re* eon a My certain that a A {hi will ta arrang'd bn wet ii Dempsey aud F.tsdm-mon*, to t»it« pl acc iwfore the OI viq pie club la this city. D-mjwev wired tbs club to forward the article* of agreement ou the betis prop,wed, to wit; A puns of I ta I ta. Th* date of th* fight ha* not yet tarn determined, but ll will probably take place the last week la October  I .adient Ilk# to awe tho Newest and Pinos! in Honan Deotmtll II I*!, at way to we thorn la to Call frequently at whether you wish lo buy or noL  our  Tho sots hitch metal.  A. J. HOWELL.  FALL SUITS.  I AM NOW EK ADY T re TI RN UU KVKKY MAN IM ALTOft WITU A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MAUK FM'JM (to>THA gBKIJCt'TKD MPWTALLY (hRgi  PAIjIj WE A FL  ** CIT? IN TMK MORT OTY LUH MANNKU,  With. Perfect Pit,  I . _ im, ■    -    .  Bi • *    '    Sri   

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