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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON ELY VOLUME WEDNESDAY OCTOBEK lOc We have hsid manufactured for our Special Trade by one of the leading Paper Mills In the EAST a complete Line of the JLATEST and BEST BOX These Matchless Goods are now under and will reach us in about 10 flSfWo have cut deep the prices of our present and offer yon same at TOUR OWN fiSfKemember all our goods are open to your and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in 3lain 101102 Third i Ever POPULAR Sheet Sole Agent CHOICE SELECTIONS CAREFULLY ARRANGED FO AND FOB TIIB U8M OF TEACH BBS OF THE PIANO AND Lhopstlck Lulli Fly Away Gertrude Dream Impatience In Jack Frosts Moment Playful Bpsslan Grand Star of Affection Shower of Hoses Wreath THE The Stepping by Sidijey VOCAL AND IlisTBUMENTAL 100 a OUR SPECIAL TERMS lOc Per Copy 25c for 3 50c for7 for 15 Catalogue PKBE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa Ready Mixed Paints I Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and tarter Oak Stoves and Bapp Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the Senator Carlisle Speaks on the Tariff THE HOUSE READY TO Free DulUury gyitetn fo Tettutl In Small Towns ifnd nmn Hitler nilAppropriation for n Monument to Soldlen and New Portugal WASHINGTON senate passed tho house bill to promote the ad ministration of justice In the army with verbal Resolutions authorizing the Irrigation committee to continue Its work and continuing tho pay of session clerks and clerks to senators during the recess were The oon fcrcnoo report of the tariff bill wag taken up and Carlisle addressed the He would he attempt to discuss1 the economic theory of the It waa now about to pass entirely from the hands of the nnd beyond Its controls discussion of the question could not be undertaken without neglecting the last opportunity to state as accurately as possible what the main provisions of the measure were and what would be its probable effect on It was not his purpose to attempt to state the effect of the measure on tho public revenue be cause it would be impossible to do BO with any degree of But he could state approximately what its effect ou taxation would Effect of the BUI on No mem her of the finance committee had ventured during the lariff debate to express an opinion as to what the effect of the bill would be on the revenues of the except the senator from Iowa in the course of a speech on the subset of the expenses of the government had reviewed the sub ject to some But that was before the conference report was He assorted that the bill as it stood took from the free list and madedutiable more than it took from the dutiable list and made While it would not increase the revenues it would increase the taxa tion of the people by increasing the prices of articles of similar domestic The result and the purpose of these in oreasas was to increase the pries of do mestic products to allow new industries to be established and to enable old Indus tries to realize greater He said that the tax of 2 cents a pound removed from tobacco would benefit no man but tho manufacturer and the who would divide U between The Sugar The sugar bounty Carlisle Bald would amount In the aggregate to or a The producer would get uone of the benefit of He could not receive a higher price for his product for lie could not control the and in the second as the manufacturer of beet sugar would have to sell bis sugar in open market in competition with cane and sorgh um He could not afford to pay a farmer 1 cent more for his beets than their value as compared with other substances from which sugar is The consumer on ihe other hand would get his sugar any cheaper tot the The bounty paid sugar would sell in the market at the same price as other The bounty system did not apply equally to 11 parts of the he because u large area on the coun try could not produce sorghum or Such a sectional measure was a he of the terms of every social compact In a free It re quired no uonotltutlonal prohibition to invalidate Blair called attention to the fact that a bounty was offered by the state of New Hampshire on Oar lisle said that this might benefit the whole people of a stato but be sugar bounty benefited only particular erection of o national home for invalid and naming as the board of managers MM John Clarksou and The second bill of the new representative is more modest pod calls for an appropria tion for a monument In mem ory of the colored soldiers of the civil Clttrkaon9 Suoooisnr WASHINGTON the nominations sent to the senate Mon day was that of Smith now second assistant postmaster to the first assistant in place of 8 also George of to be one of the members of the continental railway A Chicago Millionaire Fractures His Neighbors THE VICTIM WILL PROBABLY Congrens Soon to WASHINGTON Reed said so far as tho homo of representatives is we will bo ready to adjourn tonight What the senate will do tho speaker will not un dertake to BIG IMPORT OF CUBAN to Steamers Arrive ut Key Went Laden Their Utmost Key West special to The TimesUnion sayss Cuban tobacco IB being rushed into the United States through this port in large and there has been unusual activity in imports during tho few The governments storage capacity of the bonded warehouse will scarcely be capable of holding the large quantity that is expected to arrive here before the new tariff bill goes Into effect Three thousand one hundred aud eightyeight bales of wrappers have been imported since the 18th and last Wednesday night the steamer Mascotte was laden to her ut most capacity with tobacco consigned to manufacturers here Hud In To Cure the Tolmaco This imported stock being this years is all more or less hence a part of the large ware house has been partitioned off and set apart for The object is to cure the tobacco here In stead of In the Havana ware houses where It has heretofore been cured and stored after purchase and imported as oc casion Nearly all the manu facturers have been to Havana and re turned aftor making purchaser There Is IKIW in the bonded ware the largest quantity of tobacco over stored here at uny one Much is being bought on Ulrclmll Found jury in the Birclmll murder trial at lliSO returned a verdict of murder In the flrfet and the prisoner was sentenced to bo hanged 4 v When tho car riage containing Birohull was passing the Commercial hotel the prisoners sentence Monday night a light was burn Ing In Bircballs Driver Stewart whipped up his horses and the carriage rolled who had boon In her bed since leaving received early Intelligence of her hus bands Shortly before the verdict WHS announced the Fnrthlng was sent for and ho immediate ly went to Blrclmll at the Commer cial As soon as the reverend gen tleman entered her room who was sitting In a knowing his foil in a Although re Ht ored to consclouuoss she is quite Farm f 33 LINE OF Best HO AD CART ln the World for Hardware and III Are Immoniely popular because they Hrletly fully warranteot and itlll only medium In price Arc the belt In the and hare led All oUieru for Over In Vbe people are bound to hure ike and will iiaro uone but tho EstujV Our priced are the lowent uud terms time payments or cua onen Call or for ItfiM full Information aunty benefited only particular At tho conclusion of Carlisles Allison addressed the senate In defense of the conference Gray followed Allison and spoke In opposition to the The vote on the tariff conference report will not be taken probably before In the Tho house paused joint resolution ap propriating to enable the postmas ter general to test the free delivery sys tem at small towns and villages senate bill to protect actual on public lands in Florida on which deposits of phosphate have since been discovered bill releasing to8on Francisco the States title to certain land near the The conference report on the bill to permit the secretary of war to Issue a revocable licence for the use of a pier as petitioned by vessel owners of Chicago was agreed Funston of Kansas asked unanimous consent to call up a bill to establish a uniform standard for and on objection being Wade of Missouri enld that he would object to the considerivtIon of all other lie proceeded to carry bis threat into effect until objection to the Funstou bills withdrawn and then the bill was taken debate to be limited to thirty It was withdrawn how as its enemies threatened to make the point of no quorum against it and block the business of the The House at 846 Presidential WASHINGTON presi dent tent to tho senate Tuesday the fol lowing nominations George Bttohelev of Now to be minister resident and consul general of the United States to Portuga1 vice George Blorlng To be consuls of the United Stated Horace Metoalf of at Bermuda Osoar of at Among the nominations were several What Wus the Matter with days ago John of this noticed that her 8 monthsold baby was worrying more than While apparently anx ious to take UH nourishment it would take but a wallow or aud then refuse to lake any asif it were In The child grew thin and and Sunday its mother summoned Cleve He made an examination of tho child and discovered some hard substance in its After much difficulty be succeeded In extracting a brass safetypin two inches Thn pin Itself was im beded Its entire length In tbe floahy part of the How the pin got there is a mys Blliionrl In strike of the coat miners near which has been In operation about flvo is as suming a serious Tbe striking men object to the system of supply stores of the which they claim are run on tho pluck me They also wish the semimonthly payment of wages re Saturday about thirty new men were brought to the but tbe strik ers refused to allow them to go to work It is feared violence will ensue If tho com pany insist on putting new men to About 400 miners are Trying to nil The Swiss federal council has received a letter from the refugee in confessing that ho killed Councillor Rossi during the Tlolno aud attempting to Justify his The council will probably ask for Castlonls on the ground that the crime was an ordinary murder and not a political Fire In a New Vork flre started In the Hotel In this at 8 oclock lu tho Ten business blocks were burned to tbe ground aud half a docon others more or less dam aged by flro and water before the flames were gotten under The loss IB mostly covered by John exWent Pork Comntli Up llnhlnd Edwurd Swlnoy nnd VIcMin n Blow Upon the flack of the Ilenit with u Due Hall and n Note the ex west park commissioner nnd an old and assaulted Edward Swluey Mondiiy afternoon with a base bull Inflicting Injuries which will probably The circumstances of l ho affair The two are both llvlug in handsome on Macalinter a little struet tlireo Monks running west of Center Brenock Is superintendent of tho Render ing at tp jtok yards and a man of large One daughter of Brenock is married to the brother of Bishop Burke of The other daughter marrie I agnlnst her parents This is who lives at 10 Macallster She was wedded to Peter Rngor about ten yearn bill has not lived with him for some She IB young and Swiney nearly 5U years but he 1s of tliut hardy blonde which often retains the appearance of youth and a large share of manly benuiy to when men of other types have grown gray and de Swiney and adocid edly handsome man despite his Neighborhood gossip has connected the names of Svlney nnd John Brenocka for flrehock finally heard of and the story goes that Monday afternoon ho in tercepted a note from Swinoy to His rage know no He prepared immediately to avenue the honor of bis daughter and the lirenock How the About H oclock afternoon Swiney was standing In ho doorway the Vernon Livery 219 Confer walling for his Ixireo to be brought This is directly around the corner from Mncnllster Swiney was standing with Ills hands behind him carelessly pursuing a train of all unmindful of tho tlangwr bo ilud Just then old John Hrendck cinne aneuk lni through the stublu from the He U a powerfully built man and moke than n match for But it was not his piirpoBo to engage In a hand tp hand Breunck had his right hand beneath his clutching a heavy base ball bnt of the largest He crept up behind Swiney swinging the dualt bin unsuspecting victim a terrible blow upon the back of the fiSwinoy fell for ward upon hln Imnda and Breuock yelling Ill kill Ho kept on be laboring the proutrute with swing it over his head nnd bringing it down with fearful Swiney stumbled and ernwlod out Into the blinded by tho offurlng no resist Brenock fuIloiveU him step by using the deadly weapon upon the do fuubelesa describe the scene as horrllila nnd No onedared lirenock chnsed bin victim across the street and back again and might soon have killed him Disarm A cornice maker on the story above Billed a plunk nt The end of the plank nearly gnued hU It wonll have killed him had tho aim been It diverted his ami bystanderii rushed in and wrested the club from Swiney was carried homo in cab and Breaock walked who was called to attend the injured describes his injuries as of the most surlous The skull is badly fractured nnd the body and limbs are coverad with the most terrible His recovery is extremely Those who nunult nre indignant and have no hesitation in expressing the conviction that Bronock in to kill Swiney without giving him lite smallest chance to defend Brenock has not been COA The Famous Gillesple Soft COAL de livered at flve minutes notice In any ot tho Burns to a Clear Gray ers or Best Soft Coal In the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BiG ADVANftfK Dorsey 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 WARM AIR ifURNAGES To our friends would say we are now ire pared to put ta fnroaoeg and re pair old Satisfaction In evory ooaa naoes always on 815 233 State 9ie oie oiive vii w natv army promotions and the follow ug post William Thorn Jemes Bl William Mor gan Frederick Ohio Mary College Ohloi OhnrlttS Obloi William Albert John MiohaeL Thaddw The president hu withdrawn the nomination of Uarld Dudley to be at Uuuts for limarorf Oot of South bat on bit career at statesman ship lu vigorous Jbauner Moodar be Introduced two The pwvldei for Mpprpjirlatlon of for tbe Milan Never Would lie It is reported that King Alexander and exKing Milan were fired at by a wouldbe ftusasnln In Bel grade The official vornloQ of tho to the effect that a cartridge ex ploded Under their was intended to mtnlmlce tbe Importanoe of the at tempt on tbe kings XumluatuU tar Frank vice preildent nnd general man ager of the Barter medicine company wits Tuesday nominated for congress by tbe Eighth district Republican oonren WHITECAPS IN A Widow Rocelvus a Loud of Buckahot In Uer has bean received hero of a horrible White Cap outrage which occurred in Calboun A band of masked men went to tho house of Jane a and dragged her from bed with tbe Inten tion of flogging They storied to the woods with but aba broke away and started to She had tone only a short distance vhen a volley wan nnd lonrt of buckihot took effect In Inflicting a fatal The White Caps Hod when tho woman and sh lay there until mornlnu bofore she wu She was unable to describe he murderous bo far as knowi CoilyB only offense WHS that tb KOislps of tho iiuiuliborliood reported tha men visited her lioum at A nooro bund of iegulalorn hud been organized t rid the neighborhood of worthless nnd Immoral Thin was their Iis work mid probably be their ai tho nheriir la milking uwry effort to have Idunillled and Which I will make up In tlio very LATEST None but Jbod Work men i rlofy nil ITS NO That our STOCK Is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to we can show you Something as often as you call UM Oil Boiton liaphaal Lewen dealer unU manufacturers of oioak log at 40 Svmner have assigned to Jones of Jones Their liabilities are estimated at from to on D llrllUli Tbe British Plotou Beptv Mrrlvtii with from A Km in lluiiilii Ilrutul An u funiui1 living four inllon north of tiilu wax brutally iissunltud Monday nliilit by a fiinn hand named John SmlUy rotiirnud homo lute and procuring 1111 ux went to tliu room of At thony uinl him a heavy blow ou thu culling a guih IIvo Inches The then nnoticr Hlnking the lilmlo of fbu ux deep luto hU victim Anthony and her niutliuiM ilitw wen Hwakunua by the Jumping grappled with the bruie nnil him slncu wlilcli tlmu he ha not buun Anthony will us his ukull la bad ly Tu Iltflit llofoio tliu Ulywiilo NKW Is now run sunally certain ihui u II lit will bo ar range UuiniisLy and to take jiliioo liefore the Olympic olub In this Oumpsey wired the club to forward the articles of agreement on he butia to wlti A purse of The date of the flchl not yep been but It will probably tnko place the lajt week in Rag or Body Brussels Art Dado or Laco or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to BOB the Newest and Finest in House Sther The HOWELL FALL SUIT I AM NOW ItKAUV W 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