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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY WEDNESDAY have had manufactured for our Special Trade by one of tho leading Paper Mills In the EAST a j complete Line of the LATEST and fBEST BOX These Matchless Goods are Snow under and will reach us in labout 10 SGTWe have cut deep into the prices of our present and offer you same at YOUR OWN IJJSfRemember all our goods are en to your and you will d each and every article distinctly irked in Plain ECEimiTS 101102 Third The Fver POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS OAHEFITMA1 ARRANGED FO BEOIHNET AND FOR TUB UBK OF TEACH ERS OF TIIM PIANO AND Ohopstlck Lulli KJy Away Gertrude Dream Impatience Jlanjo In Jack Frosts Moment Playful itusslan Grand itarof Affection Shower of Hoses Wreath THE he Stepping by Sidney VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL 100 a OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa Ill V Relieve a get Throat or Syrup Tar and or White Pine or Any Medecine You at JISHS DRUG Pall ISTovelties in WOOL and DRESS BLACK U NDERWEAR and SUITS Made to Order at Reasonable d Satisfaction at BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors and President Harrisons Journey Drawing to an BIG CROWDS AT ALL THE STATIONS Ho Mnke a Brief Bpeeeh at Lawrence the Socnei of Ills Childhood and Is Visibly AhVuted by the llemnrles Preparations Made at to Welcome the Chief president arrived at Cincinnati Tuesday morning promptly at His car was held In the station only long enough tot the change of engines necessary for the transfer from the Chesapeake and Ohio to the Ohio and Mississippi There were crowds at all the small sations before the train reached and at Newport there WHS a fifo and drum but the train made no except at where tho president stood on the rear platform for a few minutes and listened to the familiar strains of Hall to the Breakfast was served In the presidents car while the train won In the station The president received a number of visitors before umoug them his Archibald of At this place Grovesnor and Consul General John Now joined the At The local committee was in waiting there to act as escort to the presidential The presidents car was attached to special train composed of an engine and a combination Only onestop was made between Cincinnati and Lawrence The train slowed up for a minute at North Bend In sight of the tomb of Williitm Henry Harrison and thehouse where the president was At Law renceburg a large crowd was In The president addressed the crowd from the rear The Presidents Mr FIUENDS I want to thank you very cordially for this All the views about here are very This town of Lawrenceburg is the first village of my childish and as I have approached it this morning passed the earliest home of my recollection the home in which my childhood and early manhood were memories crowd In upon me that are very full of very full of and yet very full of They bring back to me those who made the old very the most precious spot on I have passed with bowed head the place where they We ore here in our genera Uon with the work of those who have gone before upon Let us each of that in the in the neighbor hood and the state we do at least with equal grace and kindness the work which wa so and graciously done by those who filled our places fifty years for I must hurry to these old friends and to these new friends who have come in since Lawrenceburg was familiar to me I ex tend again my hearty thanks for this wel In couclusion the president Introduced Secretary The president visi bly affected as he spoke of the scenes of his NORTH Lawrenceburg and North Vernon no reg ular stop was There were large crowds at Osgood and other and the train slowed up for a minute at each of these places to give the the president an opportunity to bow his acknowledgement of the A telegram was received from of asking that the president stop at that city Friday An affirmative reply was sent anil the president will stop at Joseph at 7 remaining for an The party will arrive at Topeka at instead of 8 oclock Friday stop at Washington was prolonged as the train waited for orders but the presi dent made no He Introduced SecretaryTracy aud Grosvenor to the and they shookhands with as ninny people as could crowd upon the platform of the There vras no stop after Washington un tl 1 Viucennes was A committee of fifteen from Torre Haute met tho president at They were In tho private oar of Pmwldent Mc of the Vandalla which wns attached to the spiclul engine of the Evansville and Terra Haute that was to haul the presdouts car to Torre whore he will remain over AWAITING 106 THE TARIFFJ3N An Kiplnimllon of How the New Low Will Affect MHuufnetureri and head of the Internal revenue told Monday how the new provisions of the tariff bill would affect the tohai co dealers and manufacturers throughout the coun The substantial features of the changes ore tho abolition of all special generally known as and the reduction of taxes on manufactured tobacco and snuff from 8 to 6 cents a The net results will be a reduc tion of revenue on opecinl taxes of and a reduction on snuff and manufactured tobacco of about or a total reduction of about The commissioner sayt there will be few changes In the machinery of collecting tho so that dealers will hardly notice the alteration made by the A Chicago for said tho will find that his tax on manufactured snuff and tobacco Is re duced to about 25 per and all special taxes are but that will be the extent to which the change reaches There will be no new rules or regu lations and no new set of The whole thing will run along ns and the reduction of revenue will be accomplished almoxt without tbt tobacco dealers knowing Illinois paid on manufactured tobacco last and so far as that state is concerned the changes of the tariff law will result in down that payment to about Suggestions of a Law yer on this JUSTICE TO WHITES AND NEGROES Ills Proposition Ilum a General Asiem lly to CoiiHlat ol 7hreo Sen ate iirul Two lllilrk mill White Unmnrk on 1rcNiiit SlutiiH of A Til Locn tlnn right HI Loglilntori Culled Will iam a learned of has suggested a novel and teviulngly practical plan lor the adjust ment of the difficulties which exist bo n thu two This which he claims will do justice to the blacks with out the interests of the irllows The general assembly shall consist of three a a white mid negaa house of Thu shall consist of mem elected annually by the taxpayers voting their duplicate tax with the names o their candidates Indorsed thereon and each dollar of said receipt counting as one The white and j negro houses of representatives shall The Famous Gillcsple Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice In any of the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink ers or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL ACCUSED OF A Turkey Wundern Over In Canada snc Cuuses Its Owner Much morn ing a farmer living near the lino on the American side found that his old turkey had maile her nest over in his farm being In both He de cided to bring the old bird back Into the status with her nest and In doing so lie was mot by a customs officer and accused of smuggling both bird and Tho surprise of the old gentleman can not be He voted for awl at lirst was inclined to content the affair by He bus given how and appealed to the secretary of the The case Is since tbe duty on the under the new tariff is 5 cents per while on the live fowl it In 8 cents per but on the same fowl killed and dressed It is 5 The customs officials decline to say whether tbp government will continue the hatching operation or risk the spoil ing of tho eygs pending the deci Flames Consume nt first big down town fire that Chicago has experienced in some months occurred Monduy even ing about D and attracted an un usually large The sixstory brick building at 357 and 239 State owned by Henry and Albert Keep and occupied by the Mnrtin Emerlch Outfit ting was badly by a lire which started on tho fiuor mid went to the roof before the department Tuo Emerlch company sub rented to Thayer photog raphers aud the McVeigh Puitle Manufacturing makers of line Emerlch occupies the and fifth floors and the Thayer the and McVeigh Puttie the sixth The total damage will not fall short of The Count of Paris at reception of the Comte de Paris Monday night by the Union League club wiw one of the brilliant affairs of its kind that has ever taken place In this The ro mis ami corridors were crowdo 1 with members of the club and invUtd At the re among those who passed before tho corate were of who commanded an army corps during the war Alexander a who commanded the Philadelphiabrigade that broke Plcketts charge at Gettysburg and many At supper time the comte walked through the general dining but took supper in a private room with eleven Invited among whom were Butierworth and Sick les aud George jointly consist of UK elected an nually by their respective races upon the biiMs of manhood and each house shall bear the ratio to the other of the numeral strength of its race as asoal tainodby the general assembly from the last No bill shall become a law without the consent of the mtijorl tles ol two of these All officers county and be elected by the general Printed ballots be forbidden Tho Present Iolltlcul Iti the past I live years tho differ enoes boi ween tlw races have not only not disappeared but have been aggra vated Into unnatural alienation by voting at the same polls and contesting for the same This Is modernized War Is tho law of The nature of violence is eliher force or Un der the present dominion of the aboli tion theory this war of races Is continu not of force but of Before negroes voted early and Just as thii whites do This is de It has now progressed BO far that whites unscrupulously cheat In the Interest of all parties it should stop aud a new system should be The races must live together In harmony upiu some defined modus vjendi to clear up tlie whole How else cau it be done Judge Thomas proposition Is tho sub ject or considerable earnest thought by the leading men of both political parties In South tn all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG ADVAHCl Dorsey Mann 310 Belle 84 AJSTD 4T1WATTA FOR BURNING COKE OR I Are Immensely popular because are itrlctly fully still only inedlum In price 3 the beit In the and have led III or Over In The people uro bound to huvo the and will uovo none but the F Oar prices are the lowont and terms time puymuuts or ns puien and see or send for Cata aud full 233 State Louie 810 Olive Meollpn thii Perfect Fit Owyly Dueoruted In Honor of Its Coming was decked in holiday attire Flags flout from every roof and many colored bunting adorns overy litho graphs of tho president and generals of the war hang In every and the Grand Army badge Tues day mornings early trains brought In hundreds of visitors and every train swells tho Every preparation possible has been made for tho tiilertalri ment of the One hundred largo tonts huvo been pitched on tho beautiful court house and bods Irave bicn plaued In nil hotels The IrogrHtiime Over are expected to take part In tho Tho college cadets will act ns the presidents lu the after noon tho president will address bis old comrades after tho and will also lay tho corner stone of the new Knox Alumni In tho evening a grand re ception and banquet will bo tendered the Tho president is also expected to take part In the Phi Delta Thelit banquet tendered him by the college and of which society ho wiw a member when lu Governor Dlstln and many other ills tlnguished men are expected to lie pres If thn weather Is pleasant It Is be lieved that fully people will be In Fust will deliver the address of were niudo by leading Grand Army men and a tump lire look place atJTiietiiluy Iut Iolson in the Aroliilukua scullion named employed In tbe kitchen of the Archduke Slglniond at hat been arrested for putting arsenic in ho food uud having caused the of the archduke and his Ladeors solo object wan to procure tho dlsniUial of a tijiet whom lie Ills Mania Will Tuke a Rest morning the pollco arrested a demented individual named Patrick who had a mania tor accosting unprotected ladies on the seizing them by the giving it a and then expectorating tobacco Juice In their His latest assault WHS upon the 17yoarold daughter of Mr the well known leu muruunut 8he was standing on a corner awnUlog a car when Mulloy seized her by the and launched n mouthful of tobacco Juice Into her Ho wus ar and only saved from lynching by the knowledge that ho He will bo sent to the Insnno OKLAHOMAS CAPltAL Fhml Scttlemout Still In Speaker Dunluls Fears UU 8TUp excitement here over tho capital location question still President of the will not sign the bill locating tho capital In Oklahoma inasmuch an Speaker Daniels contests the legality of his Daniels The question was not brought up in tho lower bouse It boinv demvi unwise on ac count of the excitement present owing to the possibilities of a conflict between the opposing Speaker Daniels went to Oklahoma his last and has not returned to A dispatch from tbat place that he Is In fear of losing his life BUonld ho return during the present ex and that ho has received several anonymous threatening his life should he ever return to Ohio Called To Campbell has Issued the following proo lutlon convening the legislature In extra session to consider the charges of corrup tion against certain members of the board of public works at Cincinnati By virtue of the authority vested In me by the constitution of James governor of said do here by require the Sixtyninth general assem bly of Ohio to convene at the state house In Columbus at 10 on then and thero to receive such communication as may be laid before aud take such action thereon as It may deem ONLY Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stove HAS KVKRY MODKJIN And for boautv of Pint ah Simplicity and PITTS uoauty or Smoothness Simplicity and this Elegant Stands Sole sr LATEST WORCESTERS AND Which I will mriko up In tho very LATEST KABTKKX Nonu but Good Work men I dofy nil wouldbe iiiedly Aleulutnd Affections Coiuo NEW Ada Uiohard son obtained a verdict before a sheriffs jury Monday for for the aliena tion of hot husbands Her hus band Is David to whom she was married In Tho couple lived together until 1881 whun he buguu to neg lect hor for Ella wife of Richurdaou brought suit against Burt for with the result as Traveled In Too Itupld of tho grocery firm of Jouu ban fled from tho city and U WO in his Hiram a woalthy live stock dealer was the backer of tbe firm aud will huvo to make good tbe Wolz says he Is of opinion Nelll had got In fust uud had squandered tho money Jlno Against NBW Republican oonnty convention Monday night virtu ally decided to unite with other factions against Tammany liulL Crugger moved that a straight ticket be run with Chuuncoy Dopew for Ex Judge Patterson said Dopew could not carry tho Every practical polltl he knew that a straight Ho publlcau ticket would be A com mittee w as Ilimlly appointed to consider tho advisability of a coalition and report Friday An Opening for thu Richard Vaux has accepted the nomina tion tendered hltu by the citizens of the Third congressional He will run against William tho regular Democratic Tho Republicans have not named a That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE evor Drought to We can show you Something New as often M you call iut Took an Ailjouriiiuunt tor Pour 8 On the court re nunilug Monday who had vUUod sutd that gentle man would bu unable to bo present at court for at least four An adjourn ment was then taken until Dillon says that on Friday OMuhouy would come here to reside during tho UlaiUtoiiu lo Dlnouii tlio Labor Gladstone has in formid his friends tbat on the occasion of his vbil to We4 Ciildur hit will dUeuss the labor of mi A fuel for more than a generation proprietor and publisher of Tho Mitletn diod Ills Too KANSAS Can of the Flambeau aud president of i ho bonrd of public was arrested last evening for assault with Intent to Last during the Priests of 1n I IMS Cannon cut down Philip a who had boon pushed by the crowd Into the Hue of The captains sword Inflicted a serious wound on Burntmrts head throe Inches The capt iln guvu bond Illg Cargo of Cotton steamer Alamo pf the Mftllory Hue arrived hero Tuesday inorulng from Qulvoston with her cargo of cotton on After landing her pas In safety by means of a she proceeded to the Erie where her bold Is being flooded by tho fire She has bales if coitun on Drunk Auld for BAN Ban u wealthy citizen of pro cured from a dark closet a jug which he supposed contained whisky and out of which he took a big The fluid proved to be carbolic uuld and tho dose loon can HO I bin Rag or Dado or n IOXT Fur Body Brussels Art a Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to BOO the Nowent and Finest in House The EnsleBt wuy to BOO thorn ia to Call frequently at whether you wish to buy or HOWELL FALL I AM NOW KICA1H TO KUHN1811 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