Alton Daily Telegraph, October 2, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph October 2, 1890

Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Alton, Illinois GREAT NM- Down Sale! fitfir* We have had manufactured for our Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mills in the East) a complete Line of th® LATEST and BEST STYLES. The Fver IHn POPULAR -LUC Sheet Music. (CHAS. J, HICOK?! If ABT, Solo Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS I CA UCFCLLY AKKANOKH to BRQINNBT ANH KOK TIU-. I;HK or TEACH ER3 or HIK PIANO AND ORGAN. (BOX I’AI’KR.) PAPERTIES t j (chopstick Walts, by ny Away Galop, by.......... (krtnide Drtaui Walts, by,,. _    „    .    _    .    iBBpattanea (Banjo Galop),by aa Thone Mafcehleea Goods fire .in ti** sunihine. by now under way, aud will reach us in I Jara Frost's March, by about IO days. itojrWe have cat dean Into the prices of our present aH^V,§And offer yon same at TOUB OWN PRICE. toff-Remember all our goods are open to your inspection, and you will find each and every article distinctly marked in Moment Musical, by...,,.,____ Playful Banda, by ... ........ Russian < ira ad March, by .... star of Affection Shower of Roses ualop, by... rn *    * waits, by .......- Wreath Walts, by ........ ........ Gleee ac., Ac., ac., ac., ae. ....lie I Aillt „.. wauls, Iteethoyen. .Streapbog, lunge, . Knight Hchubert, ....Greene, .. .Francis Hartmann, atreabbo# THE LATEST. The Main Figures. DEGENMRT'S GREAT tm las Third hi., cor. Hawi ALTON, Stepping Stone, by Sidney Roienfeldt. VOCAL ANH IN* rut MKN TAL) IOC a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue FUEL on Application, or Af ailed FICKE to any Addr* aa. Chas. J. Degeobart :    i    ILL.    Third    and    Pirn    it*.    .    Alton,    III Ready Mixed Paints I Oils St. -AGENTS FOK THE-Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS. Charter Oak Stores aud Ranges Alack Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Pfiffct, Lift and Spraying Pampa. New Home and White Sewitig Machine*; SSO each. Agents for the Celebrated Stutter Fan laws. —FINK LINE OF— Camases. Blues aid Surma Wagons Hea ths Hest HOAD CART in World for HO. a K. JOHNSTON, Will! Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III, PIANOS Ar* Immensely popular because they ars strictly first-class, fatly "arr outed. aa* still cal/ madia* la pries. Are the hest In the werld, and hove led] fill ethers for years. Over 109,000 iul rte. The people are hound to hare ita l hest, and will have none hat the l -tey ] Oar prices are the lowest sud terms either time payments or cash, as ens-tamers prefer. Call aad see as. sr seal (or Cfi!*. toff a es and fall InlarnsaUoR. ESTEY & CAMP. 233 State Street, Chicago. MTSL Lo tile House, 016 St OIB Olive St. WNS tike a hest. Congress Adjourns Until the First of December THE TARIFF BILL 18 IHC* A LAW. I    th*    President's    Signature , J pf Using at|n<Nl by Speaker Brr,I * 4 YI*. frMiS.nt Mortsa-Mn* th* CoMlari Vet rd fur th* Adopt lo* of th* ( unf.rrtirp Bepart on th* M«**ar*—Po-per, lo th* H»rrandl* Ca**. Wasiunoton Citt, Oct. a—Th* long session of congree* came to an end at SHW p. rn. Wednesday, both bouse* ad - ' journing sine die at that bour. to furnish the corretpondenoa to* the iioum. Filch a step to said do* to have been (onsldered yet. Th* Anti-Lottery Law. Wamhrotom Crrr, Oct. &-Judge Ty tier, the amtotaat attorney general for the postoffice department, baa about complete-1 the Instructions to poatmastars la regard to Hie enforcement of the anti-lottery law. In prohibiting lotteries, It also prohibits ail schemes for distributing prise* by chao ce, and applies to the church fair aa well as the I Ain Ut aaa Lottery company An advertise meat for a chaleh fair which speaks of a raffle or anything of the kind would be excluded from the mails The Arrival of Emperor William at Vienna. WELCOMED BY FRANCIS JOSEPH. THE LAST DAY'S SESSION. M hat Wa* Ho ne ta the Beasts and Hens* of It# pr#a#nt alives. Wahhixotox Crrr, Oct. St—The chaplain Wednesday Invoked divine blessing upon the members of the bouse who were about to depart for their respective homos. Before the Journal of Tuesday’s proceed; Inge of the house was read Breckenridge of Kentucky raised the point of order that there was no quorum present. A call of the house was ordered. While awaiting a quorum a message was re- j eclved from the senate announcing agreement to the conference report on the tariff bill. A few minutes before I o'clock hrerkeurldg* withdrew hts point of no quorum. It to Immediately renewed by Kilgore of Texas Not long afterward, however, Kilgore relented, withdrew hie point aud the clerk proceeded to read the journal. At 2:4f» speaker Reed signed the tariff bill and it was Immediately sent to the senate. fiHttlHMUr Wheal's Ren Ignat lo*. Cassell presented to tbs boun* a totter addressed to the speaker by Postmaster Wheat, tendering his resignation. Th* speaker laid the totter before th* house. Later Spooner freon the committee on aceouo'a submitted a report on tbs investigation into tb* ooh duct of the pastmas-ter. The report state* that th* charges In the Kuloe revolutions bare been substantially proved, aud although the relations between the late post master of the house (Dalton) and his contractor (Culbertson) glee rise to suspicion that some private arrangement existed between them whereby Dalton during the Forty-ninth and Fiftieth congresses derived personal profit* from the mall contract, uo absolute proof of this bas been obtained. Beast* Proceeding*. In the senate after the journal had been approved Sherman offered a resolution for the appointment of a committee of t#o senator* to join a like committee of the -house to welt upon th* president end inform him that unless he shall bara any further communication to make th* two bouses are bow ready to adjourn. Th* resolution wa* agreed to and Sherman and Harris were appointed the committee on th* pert of the senate. Marine Bigae tbs Tariff BHL At SAB p. in. th* tariff UH was presented to the senate by the clerk of Ute bouse, McPherson. Two minutes later Vice-President Morton affixed his signature to IL The signature wee announced through Chief Clerk Johnson. Th* auoonno* m« ut was followed by the recognition of Ahi rich, who reported from tbs committee on finance, tbs resolution providing for the adjournment of congress, amended so a* to make the time of final adjournment I* o’clock Wednesday evening. The resolution was agreed ta ll Is Mow e Lew. When the tariff bill had reoaived the vice president’s signature it was taken to th* pres I tis ups room neat to th* sonata lobby, where the president and all the members of his cabinet .except Secretary Husk were garnered together. Th* president immediately sign.A the.btu. Population st ((Mahout*. Wamumoto* City, Oct t-The “boom" country of Oklahoma and the “bourn" towns therein do not show up their boasted population figures in Mr. Porter’* census The population of Oklahoma to announced to-day as 41,7*1, of which Giver county bas 6.7*?, the town of King F'sher 1,183. Oklahoma City, 4,-i:t\ and Guthrie, 6,611. The official (Hip alation of IMruIt tai given out by (be census bureau aa 'JIft,OGO, a gain since lh*) of m,m, or Th 76 per oeot. The population of St. Cloud, Mina., to fi.M*. In I8*> it was 8,462 Nomination* Confirms A Washtmotor GITT, Od I—Tbs senate has confirmed the following nominations: 7* Ministers resident and consul* general— lbs George H. Batebeder, of New York, to Portugal: 8. H. Boyd, of Missouri, to Nam. Consul*—Oscar Malmros, of Minto*-ma, at Ihmla, Spain; C. H. Shepard, of Massachusetts, at Gathsuhurg; Joseph I (l ick, of Ohio, at Dada Pssth. Members of the continental railway commission— A J. Caasatt of Pennsylvania,. George M. Pullman of Illinois. Henry G. Davis of it ast Virginia. Wbest WHI Usee to Go. Wash I koto* Citt, Od I.—The house committee on accounts which Tuesday concluded Ila Investigation* of charges agal oat the oflL ie! conduct of Postmaster Wheat of th* bds* Wednesday, adopted a resolution for the expulsion of Wheat from the ofter The resolution was adopted by a unanimous vote of the committee. Goos Mot Approve IL Wakiii Notus GITT, Od A-Tho president Vt cd need ay returned to the house without hi* approval a bill declaring the retirement of Cap: Charles B the army, legal and valid. IRON AND STEEL MEN. Mealies this Paper UJALiTrn "« IXP* Buret I N Kl wee A RT. roo VVfanl I CbU Uuoa euarsstssd. a a tory os* Bap****.« Pe rn UT savant*#«■ to im^ihuses. rriT y»L w< /*. /mer >Ma stat satrraxas, s«r**no«a. catenas, It > tsseeMUUo a*** lye Write MJI (Tom bmiss Is re THE CONFERENCE REPORT. TH re* Republican Senator* Vet sd Agelast Its Adeption. WisatVOToK CITT, Od A—The senate Tuesday sent th* tariff bill toward the White Honea. The eonfersnes report was adopted shortly after 0 o'clock in th* evening by a vote of M to 8?—not a strict party vote, for three Re pa bi I eau senators joined th* Democrats lu refusing to support the report. These were Paddock, Plumb and Pettigrew. Paddock’* main objection, aa stated by himself, wa* th* removal of the sugar duties, lait ha found many other things to object to, end wanted binding twine on th* free lid Plumb was also against five sugar. Ha voted for th* btu when ll passed the senate because a good many things he wanted were In it. Rut the conf’ reno* knocked out bis tariff commission amendment, cut dowru the increased dutks be got laid on wine* and liquors, and pat a small duty on binding twine. Taken with his opposition to fro* sugar there were reasons enough for him to claim that he wa* not bound by any party ties to uphold th* oonfsreuce report. He Very Merom* Objssttsas. Pettigrew’* ostensible ground for voting sgaiurt the report was that he had entered into a compact with other wcct-crn ar na torc to secure free binding twine or else throw th* tariff bill back into conference Other senators who took part In the gathering where the agreement was reached did not interpret th* compact Ut that light They had succeeded la getting a Tow rate ob binding twine aad they I lid ant rare to take the chance of having the preeeot high doty retained by preventing th* adoption of the conference report. Nearly all of them were against some features of tbs bill, yet they did not think these objections ids features serious enough to justify them in defeating it Borne of “th* to had cham atoned tbs Increased duties on farm products, and toad ow. TIM lt*rrso4i Affair. Wash:xtm * Crrr, Oct. A—It to understood that th* pretddsot, after carefully caaming th# correspondence la th* Harmed it* affair, has reached the conclusion that It to not compatible with tbs public interests to transmit all of tbs pan*re to at th* present tim*, and that, ere/ora non# will be sent In answer to resolution recently passed by the boner. Tbs decision excites com* surprise. inasmuch as it was known that the stale department bed given the committee on foreign affairs assurance* that the •orrfepoodeue* would promptly he aubin lit*-a to the house lf * resolution calling lot ia* paper* were passed. The question of Mr Misurr’s recall, It to lo!laved, to not Involved In the refusal of tbs president lint See* I os st ss I rn port et* I Gat Us rf ag at Mew York City. SHW York, Oct. A—The first day’s session ot the British iron and steel Institute branch of the congress opened Wednesday morning in ChickdHug halL The attendance was very large, the for eign delegatee predominating in aum bere, but quite a number of members of the American institute beng present h.r J sui*-* Kittson, president of the British Iron a id Burel institute, we- in the chair aad called toe meeting to order. Andrew Garosgte delivered aa address of welcome to which (Mr James Kittson re-• I-ended. Gen. Sherman received quite an ovation as ho was being escorted to a neat on the platform. Mr. Hewitt Met Present. Mr. James ¥ Lewis, of th* excursion committee, made a few announoemsnts regarding tbs# scars lone, both loo*I and li ng distant^ ohm Mr. Woo, aAdstaut minister of agriculture, extended on behalf of th* Durn!niou government an invitation to the I natl tale to visit the principal cities of Canada, fir James Kittson then said it was Intended to present a diploma of membership aud a gold medal to Hon. A A Hewitt, but he was not present os lug to illov**, so the presentation was di-p*u»ed with. Mr. Hewitt's •iwech was than given out to those eat In printed form. A Magnificent Sp*cisele Tress*ted to th* J Visiting German limpers#— The Kouts to th* Imperial Tulare Lined with II ult a Million People M io Heartily ( hoer tho Two E sparer* ms Thsy Rids Alang I —tither T. reign Item*. VlktXA, Ort. A—Th* city pros -Hts a econ# of i xita rdinary -id.'odor in honor of lh# visit of Emperor William of Get-j many and king of Hsxuny. Never before l o such a profusion of rich and elaborate dei orations bren displayed bere. It to vi-il-nigb ion{ti*-dbl# Io deeorilie them In j d*:ad They tnrlu-'s four triumphal j tm bt a of an istle d«*ri/n and a series of Venetian u lists currying long festoon# of ! Tureens nnd floe ire, whiub < on vert tb* way i vrr n the royal guests moved lato s superb pewee of brilliant color. Every houri- ha :i* (hours'loo of flags, Honer* or bri„>hlly hued hanging*. Prater ttrww*, the I road thnr..nglif*rr lem'ihg to tile park, which wa* embraced In the rou»# of ti s ( ruers-ion, uhs mtuiiifUvnily adorned with flags and flowers. Arri vsl at temperer Will turn. The cit is** os have every when- more than airt Ute «labs* of tbs emperor of Austria, who has announced bi* desire to spare nothing in the entertainment of his imperial ally Th# emperor'* gu als arrived by Special train in tho morning and received a cordial welcome from Francis Joseph at the railway station, which had bevil converted Into a magnificent- parti ton by I lie abl of Hinting and festooned •Wrgreeoa, I ne im-ter tai t*arty sew at oner led to the contr oarriag-*, which w*rv in waiting, aud i bs line of march was taken up toward th* pat*rn. The rout* ae laid out woe about four mile* long, and the emir* way wa* a soot mon* •cen* of cm I. ti loam. Will lieut fur u Week. CI ret after ci cer burst forth from the multiiadss, which thickly lined the et reefs, A cons*-; vat ire fun mate of the n n rn her of spectator* pl aet J it at fully 6u ,Hft Flag- waved ,n every direction Btl vers, of I ami flowers Were thrown from wi'idi w-! on (be | at I. way of the ro) ai pion-eion. It to generally conceded that the reuvptiou of til* Imperial vtaltor exceeded in brilliancy that given bim two years ago on hts ai Hesston to t hr ikrot** of Germany. Wednesday cf-smor.n the Emperors ML.lam sud Fi anti* J-aw pit, the duke of Tu-cuoy, and Prince Leopold left for Myna, whir* they will enjoy a week’* hun. tag. Mod a Remarkable Ksespts PiYYsftt Rd, Pa., Oct A — Tuesday morning when the m o war* making repaint In th* tower of th* Clinton bleat furnace on Wart Carson street, owing lo the reversion of air th* large receiver es-ploded with terrible (orcs. The .root of the furnace was al moat wholly shattered, while the engine roeto and machinery sr*re completely wrecked. Every window for nearly a square around was shattered, and la several dwelling hone** th* piss tsr tug fell from cst ling. and walls owing lo the ooh ch ss ton Th* escape of the men working ti and about the tower from Injury or death to remarkable. Tire Damages a Brewery. Cnicin ATI, Ort. A—At an early hour Wednesday morning a fir* broke out In the refrigerating department of the Seiler brewery, at Lewisburg, just back at Covington. Ky. Th* prompt response and good work of the firs depart meat eaved tbs main portion of th# brewery, but as it to th* Ioae will reach gto.OQuc fatly insured. The tire to thought to have originated In th* engine room from OB* of tho dynamos Ten (troth#*# Kiev ut sd. Havax a. Ort A -Two brothers, Joe* and QertBsto D.aa. were executed la th ie city Tuesday for a particularly atrocious art ms They had attacked a Turkish woman near Pinar del Rio, aad subjected her to tho grossest indignities. Tbs husband of th* woman sought to avenge th* dishonor of hut wife, but was killed by the brothers, who also murdered th# woman and then mutilated the bodice id their vtettme. sr Ria Cue lo t sat amies. Kax#as City. Ort 6—Th* Time* say* that the Alton has given notice to the Western Freight association that It will en Ort ll put Into effect a rate of ll 60 per ton on shipmen'* of one! from Chicatn to Kansas City. The present rat# to Rio. gsrtswsly Hunted by a Gas ta pleat ou. SN AMOAH, Pa, Ort A—A gas explosion occurred In the Hurting colliery, owned by the Philadelphia and Heading Coal company, at noon Tuesday Thomas Rrvnnan. John O’Ga-a. Philip Shall, John Driscoll, Edward Durkin sad three mea wbuee names are unknown, were ae-rlonely burn* d and ten others were ae-vereiy I uJar*. I by the fore* of th* explo sion 4 »«t vt nil* IMS**. Log Dog, Ort. A —The coroner's Jury ta th* cho* of Easton, th* man who reded bls IIL- by -booting himself In St. Paul's naihvdrat duri'ig th* morning aer vice on MIU ay Ital, ha* comr-htv! Its labor* by rei.d#ring a verdict that the man Com rn turd suicide while in sans Breton toft a letter Iii which hr declared hi* purpose of oommltt>Bg "bield* la th* cathedral file object, th* toi’er jays, was In over thtow a false Christianity. Htfsssd Is (sans th* Writ. Dt BLIX. Oct I,- Judge Holm** of the high court ba* r- f i- *d u> taatte, the writ, applied for bf Mr. ileilyua hahslf of tbs defendants in riu- itinerary ease prohibiting th* sit ti ut magistrate from proceeder,* In th* trial of Mr «srn I (Ilion aad O'Brien un th* ground of Mas. Th* Tap a* Ar tat: re tor. Par a, Ort. A - Tbs newspapers report that the y< (>e has cor. -ente-i t > set ss arbitrator of the Newfoundland (to bv ria* d lap ut- lf both England and France re quset him to do eo. A TtffHt with lad lea* Citt or Mix .cot Oak t-fiepk Kl a party of fifty Vaqut Indians, well armed, Bunched a * agon train near Cumnrlea and capture*I It, after killing ens of the teamster*. Twenty fir.! men of toe Kiev-auth r-giller cavalry went in pursuit of tho Indians, whom they succeeded In overtaking A fight ensue I. in which a corporal and one other of lh* pars arr* were kilted, and two of their number were wounded Th* wagon train booty was recovered from the Indians, who fled toward the Catted Blate* boundary. Thair lorn to unknown. -   - Fatally shat Mu r»«h*r-l* Las. Cam PTX, Ma, Oat. A—John Tucker fatally shat and killed Dr. W. Jon u sun, of this place. Monday night The shouting was the result of a I--ag ex toting feud Tucker married Johnson’* daughter aud deserted her Johnson swore vengeaac* and the two ins** aer# armed when they met. Tucker got the fit I shot which took elfert in Johuaou's side. Os tbs Eve sf Dissolution. MlkXkAT LIB, Mitt*., Ort A—The Journal announce* that tho base hall firm of Mi.non, (loch St Glad# to on the eve of dissolution. I it* trouble to personal anil riot financial, ac tbs clat bes cleared flit.tov tide ceston. It to a ease of “buy or m!h* Henry Hash bac made an ■.(far for the two-third Interest of Ham Morton and Fred Glade, which, lf ac cr pied, will make him co'.* proprietor, llach would lh -a hire a manager and run thing* to suit himself. Bm I at ss t sit us ss l.eker. Nix YOCH kl A—During a <11 -cuaakm lathe Iroo and »t##l cougrecc Tu«clay, OB th* utllUf of "soaking pits* ta st est works S Vera! Am -rloan (lrlegatee ##ld that th erve.-si tria a of the pits In this Country bed lie>-ti fatlureu a id Mr. Duffs# thought in it in* a * mr or* mutt Iona might hare I a! somrrhtng to do with the failure of th# pi'*, a* f they had beja a CU cee-# it Wou.d have dtepeused with • •umber of men. Chief A rill nr Averts rn Uatlroad airths. BAS F»AXCte*D, , Ort A~Ckto! Arthur, of the Brotla*rhood of Locomotive £ igfaecrw, airt th* otUcislc of th* B»uth#ru Pm fie company to svttie the grievaace of rug us#re on th# Atlantic •yaleai regarding promotion. It was decided to >#ttls tb# matter by arbitration), and th* commit to* will m#ct at HoustOR, Tex,, during Ort otter. Drsre Im Treat st s frets. Cam OKA, S J., Ort A—Mr. and Mrs Arthur Williams, while attempting to er<«e the Cam I -u and Atlantic railfoad la their carri *go Tm alay nealog. were ct ruck by an I lpr> -* train. Mr. Wliiuunj was inst Mtiiy «i, r I and Mrs Williams to dying. a.i . Mr* Wit:lama were over SO yr.-. - o> avail bf cad prominent la •hor t K#iisr*1 to Death. NKW Your, h**pL A—Charle* MeKl-eaiac wa* Wrdnv-d.y again ssnteocsd to ii, aik by Ju t«r Moors In th* Kings county court of session^ for lh* murder of Christian W. Luca, th* Brooklyn gro-our, on Aug. % IM* Mc El*ains will be executed by slectftoity neat November. COAL. The FamoiiH GIII) (.pie Heft COAL delivered at live minutes notice In any of the city. Itui-nH to a dear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft c«ai In the West. HARD COAL In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed. BUI NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey Sd Mann 310 Belle street. TELEPHONE * 84 AND ai. WARM AIR FURNACES! PIARD AND SOFT COAL,. To oar friend* woald sty wa are now pre; ut red to pot pair old ones. SnUafrctlou In every ouae guaranteed, nacee always on hand. to fm imoce Second- hasid Far- PITTS & HAMILL, UIS BKLI.K ST RH KT. STOP ! WE EIS ? -AT— e. I BoicDumrs, —AMD MUI MT- LATEST FABRICS -I* CLOTHS, WIRCESTERS ANO CASSIMERE!, Whirl) I will make up In th* very LtTK*T KA*TKKX .-TTLKA men snipioysd. I -ufj ail would-be OoeupetlUou. Koa* but Mood Work s* ted) r ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK is the MOOT COMPLOTS ever nroqffht to AHoa. We oan show you Something Now bb often as yea oall las CARPEITSi Tapestry,    Body Brussels. Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. IN OURTAIXSi Dado or Plain,    Lace-or Portier. IN RUGS) Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladiee Uke to tee the Newest and Finest in Ilonpfi DeoaraMoNL The Kist (-st way to Bee them is to Call frequently at aor irrlndHtohm-nl, whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL_ FALL SUITS. I AM BOW DKA l>Y TO FURMIfiU BV BUT MAM IM ALTOS WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADS rf OU CLOTH! flKLKCTKD MMPBCIALI.T ftMQ    .    y PALL WE A FL CMT? IM THC MORT STYLifiil MAM MKH, With. Perfect Fit, AMD At Ii^ur<‘N tlint will Please Al]* H. 0. G-. Moritz. ;

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Publication: Alton Daily Telegraph

Location: Alton, Illinois

Issue Date: October 2, 1890