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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME ILL RIGHT TO THE FRONT Wll I Ahead all sorted stock of plnco our COMPLETE and well as COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT SPLENDID IN QUALITY I BARGAINS Few In Their Seats at 10 DAYS PROCEEDINGS IN We offer tbe boat quality full Woods at Lowest In dressed kid body ana musical Patent Swlnglu and Slioofly hors Wash Tea and Din ner Buck and Tool Mario Tin wkeel Uarrowfe Tor Desks and Ta Carts and Ex press Toy Toy Mu sical XMAS TRfEE Plush Garland Paper Gats Dandle Tree ind some forty or more different tie il DS ot tree or Cwe handle no Auto can of ail kinds including the popular Parch Music Box es playing 6 and 8 Violin and Guitar Prayer boeks Picturobookft Schools Sup Tissue Papers all shades Im ported ana your HOtr DAY GOODS now Dont wait tm the lastmomeiit arid rftuiem ber we win lay aside for future livery any goods now A merry Xmas once again And you shall have one and If you will look over pur And heed our urgent call For all thats fine in the Holiday Youll eoonar or later discover Can be had by one and all If you look our stock Ilandlcor Third and Plasa t Bill Krifcrglng tho of 011 Public Lands by tho BcnatoIteioluUoiu In Bcupect to tho Memory Of th0 iate Ju8tloe Talk with Representative Whiting of i WASHINGTON the was called to order Monday inorn lug at 10 not more than a dozen senators were The Judiciary committee was granted leave to sit during tbe sessions of the The presiding officer stated tbat the regular order of bun luess was the consideration of the calen Morgan Inquired what had become of the Dolph The presiding officer replied that it was subject to be called Morgan said that Dolph had made statements which should be replied He Morgan did not desire to call up the But this was the second time the senator from Oregon had been and if ho were not present Tuesday lie Morgan would call up the i Uu credentials of Justin Morrlll as a senator from Vermont were presented and laid on the lllghta of A bill was passed enlarging the rights of homesteaders on the public It pro vides that where parties settled opposite unsnrveyed lands and therefore were obliged to take up less than 160 acres they may extend their holdings not to exceed 100 House bill was passed for the of a public building at at a cost of bill was also appropriating for the repair The subjecting oleomargarine to the oper Paddock pure food bill and the Conger pure lard bill having come up in their order were laid aside without prejudice at the request of House bill was passed for the erection of a public building at at a cost of The senate then proceeded to the consideration of the elec tions Colquitt of Georgia taking the The Day In the In the house of took the oath of office as post master of tho of Ohio reported and the house adopted the resolu tion calling on the secretary of the treasury for the names and localities of the banks in which public money is de tho date of such the reasons and the rate of interest paid by auch depositories for the use of the public funds also for information as to the and the law under which such deposits were The rules were then suspended and the house passed the bill for the adjustment and payment of claims arising from Indian Uhe hill provides for tbe appointment by the president of three judges to constitute a court to bo known as the court of Indian depredation and to inquire into and adjudicate all claims for property of citizens taken by the Indians without just IN MEMORY OF THE i TOt ByA and the nwulta are with great interest by tbe hos pital physicians and the doctors of the So in none of the has the pat ent grown worse under It WiHbeanionthbeforothe doctors wilt ha ready to To llcllctro tlie Moitay WASHINGTON com mittee appointed hy tho Uepuhlican senate caucus to devise some measure to relieve tho stringency of the money market hns Urw the cnucus Monday night a bill for the purchase of ounces of silver and the Issue of treasury certificates for it monthly hereafter to take the pluco of all national bunk notes here after and for the Issue of bonds to an amount not exceeding 000 bearing 2 per interest to be used iu retiring outstanding Silver Coinage WASHINGTON Con gressman president of the national silver executive has a proposition to submit to the finance com mittee of the It in to provide for the free coinage of silver pro duced from American to charge on foreign silver imported to this coun try a seigniorage equal to the difference 06 ween the market value of silver bullion and the of This would prac tically put a duty on foreign Detailed for Worlds Fair WASHINGTON Proctor lias detailed Captain Gilbert B first artillery Captain Alexander Rotigers fourth and first Lien tenant George third TO with the Chicago Worlds Captain Colton is assigned to Honduras and San Captain Roilgers to and Lieutenant Scriven to Guatemala and Yucatan Lawless Acts Committed by Un righteous A MICHIGAN MAN HORRIBLY He Gives a niile to Three Men Who Be nit Kliiilnemi by Nearly Killing HHulIloody Fight with a Gang of Story of Crime from Champion Hone town of a short distance from was thrown into commotion Sunday by the re ported murder of an old man who lived near the His body was found in a ditch about three miles from his hands being tied with pieces of harness and a wagon being piled on ttp of An examination showed that lilg face was beaten to a his ired in two three of his and he was otherwise bruised Ho was unconscious when but re vived enough to sot be was going home when Thomas An The Famous GlllEsple Soft COAL cl at flre minutes notice in any oi he no C Best Soft Ooal In the New Periodical at the WASHINGTON initial number of The Analostan Magazine ap peared here Willis Haw promises a high class literary monthly without partisan which will open its pages to a digniHed discussion of questions related to the higher purposes of Senator Cullom and Repre sentatives Mills and Cummings contri buted to the first FOR A 6c BOX COUGH lOo BOTTLE OOUOH SYRUP lOo BOX PACE lOo BOTTLE 10c PACKAGE SEIDLITZ 10c BOX GOOD LIVER lOo BOX GOOD AT S DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever orought to we can snow you Something New as often as you call in ttesolutlons In Respect to the Late Justice WASHINGTON presen tution of the resolutions recently adopted by the bar of the supreme court of th United States in respect to the memory o the late Justice was witnessed by large number of persons Monday in tb supreme court Many person of prominence were When th decisions of the court had been announced Chief Justice Fuller recognized Attorney General who referred to the deati of the late and after reading the resolutions adopted by tho bar of the delivered a eulogy on the life character and services of the dead jurist Chief Justice Fuller made a feeliuc response to the remarks of the attornev eulogizing his deceased colleague as a The court then directed that the resolutions of the the remarks of the attorney general and the resolutions adopted by legal bodies throughout the country should be placed on the Anotlior Presidential WASHINGTON meet ing of the cabinet Saturday afternoon con sidered the financial condition of the coun and as a result the it is un will send a message to congress early this week suggesting as a measure of relief the enactment of legislation for the issue of additional currency based on increased purchases of The Surplus Reduced WASHINGTON heavy purchases of bonds during last together with the purchases of have had the effect of reducing the surplus in the treasury which Saturday was a little more than At the beginning of the week it was No Information WASHINGTON war department has received no Information of conflicts between Indians near the Bad nor of a fight between whites and Indians in MET A FRIGHTFUL or Body Brussels Art ELECTED BYTHE Representative Whiting Senators Will lie Chosen WASHINGTON tative of says Michi gan will follow the example of the Illinois Democrats and nominate in convention a candidate for senator who will make a canvass of tho There seems to be a disposition on tho part of the people to elect tho senators by the popular and A Mans Clothes Catch Fire and He Roasted to from a furnace it the Barber Asphalt companys works at East Buffalo communicated with oil used as fuel and caused a terrible explosion and fire at Monday which re suited in the of Watchman Neil The man was frightfully burned about the hands and body The flames attacked the engine room and communicated with the machine shop both of which were The loss IB about Superintendent Warren said that so far as he could learn Campbell started the fire under the boilers and failed to light the fuel Some of the oil got on to his clothes and in on instant he was a moss of He rushed out leaving tho oil which fired and caused the Campbell sot down m the outer steps all and was immod to death without apparently mak ing any effort to save It is sun posed he lost his In a Dying He gave it to and after they had ridden awhile they wanted his money whnn lie refused to give it to them Ked bin out of the wacrc club and then jumped upon and brutally beat winding up the outrageous as him in a ditch and ty ing his hands and feet with pieces of the after which they piled the wagon p of Theu they knocked his horse down with a club and hobbled the brute with pieces of the harness so that it could not Upson is in a dying con TACKLED THE WRONG Drunken Run Acrou Two Fighting riot took place near a mining hamlet sit uated about three miles from this place Sunday in which several persons were badly A gang of nearly all of whom were fired up with were returning and about Half way between Dawson and Jimtown they met two Americans named Watkins The Hungarians declared tnat the Americans must get down on their knees before they would be allowed to Both Watkins and Hunting dignautly refused to comply with the demand whereupon a flght in which and stones were and effectively After treat difficulty the belligerent finally driven Watkins and Hunting were both badly injured and are in a canous A Father Who Should Be horrible crime committed about five weeks since has just leaked It is said that at that time Lee Moonshower criminally assaulted the Sand 7 years old daughters of his brother Frank Both children were and the elder quite The father swore the doctor to secrecy and hushed un the matter for the promise of flOin money to be paid some time this month Neijrh f was HARD COAL all at Lowest Martet Quality BOY BEFORE THE BIG Hffi 310 Belle 84 GOING OUT Now is the time for Bargains CHRISTMAS PHESENTS AT HAIF PWCE For Christmas at Cloaks and Mysterious Murder at a while standing on a rear of his house early Sunday was shot and instantly The crime is enshrouded in A few hours ofter the tragedy the police arrested Hortmahs two Joseph and Later John Brenner was arrested and a revolver found in his Hartman has been living very unhappily with his fam and his sudden taking off is ascribed to this domestic SKATE NUMBER Y Stamped Out the work of evision of the constitution was completed Saturday by the commit tee on laws of tho supreme council The mendmont to the constitution made at ho Niagara Falls convention last sum mer were about A member of the ommitteo said that the principal amend lent made was tlie abolishment of the ause referring to a separate beneficiary Hnmtifnm a council numbered 2 Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ha i likc to Bee tne Newest and Finest in House The way them is to Call frequently at our Whether you wish to buy or A eect to senators by the popular and ereoore wen a council numbered 2 tho plan inaugurated by the Illinois DomoI it was allowed to maintain a crats gives tho people power to select re honoflolary fund at tho expense rcset romalnl FALL I AM NOW UBAUY TO KVKUV MAN JN ALTOM WttH A SUPEEIOE SUIT OF MAPB ITPttl VLOTH8 M8PJCOJALLY FOB IK TUB MOST oot AND that will Please preaentatives pledged to carry out their views and to prevent the resort to the use of it is frequently decides senatorial I think that it is only a question of time when every state in the union will hold conventions am nominate candidates for The people see that by nominating a candidate at a convention they are practically elect ing the senators by popular This movement In Illinois may result in time in having senators elected by direct vote 01 tho The Baiim special bouse committee investigating the charges against Commissioner of Pensions Baurn continued its Chair man Morrlll having been called home on Sawyer of New acted as Captain Lemon testified that ho liod been in the pension buBineu here for twentyfive He denied that he had ever directly or indirectly recom mended tho appointment of any person In bin employ to General Tlie only person whom ho Imd over recommended tor place in the pension office was a whom be recommended to Cora mlnulouer but he was not ap Uoollncd to Extend Bonded ways and means committee have declined to report a bill extending the bonded period of tariff law from February I to July 1 ot next Tue bill ia a nuiKute for a bill of the satoe purport introduced by New members of the order Canadian branches had begun to desire this and it was judged best to stamp out the privilege before it nad gained fur ther Copies of tho now constitu tion will bo ready for distribution by the end of this Model Landlord of who has died at tho age of was considered the model landlord of Ho pro vided each cottage tenant on his vast estates with three acres a cow and spent iu building farm houses and in tho construction of laborers His estates were broken up into MOO He used to gay that tlie only real and lasting pleasure derived from possesNlon of a landed esiate is to wituess the improvement in social condition of those residing on a sentiment which may be commended to landlords In Ire land and This fine old English gentleman rode to hounds until a week or wo Killed In a Hallway won a dlwwtroui wreck ou a branch line of the hiuvillo near Saturday A coivHtrucMon train jumped tbe ruck and piled up alongside of John John and Uobert members of the trains were taken out of the dead Four were badly A Woman at tho Bottom of James a Salem morocco was deliberately shot and killed at his door at an early hour Sunday Charles Cliutt and Michael Callahan are the persons but theshootlng is believed to have been done by The men charged Lane with ooing a nonunion labor man and a scab and this was the immediate cause of the Jealousy over n how is said to be at the bottom of the Stabbed Two serious stabbing affray occurred early Monday morning in an Italian boarding house at West Asbury During a row between three of the boarders one of them drew Btillelo and plunged it into his two an cutting them It is be lieved both will Their assailant fled but a posse of police are after him The New York police have been notified to watch in coming Stole one of the most daring horse thieves Man tana ever produced passed through here In charge of a United States who captured him at West Iowa 1 lireo yearn ago ho stolo ponies from Montana took them to Texas uud sold them for Iltrnull Dunouiuuil In fm Want in the church caused of fense to several members of the congrega tion Sunday by dunouncing both for his moral guilt and the disastrous po litical flluct of his Somo got up mid left the In Uiu ca thedral ut uo allusion was mode to BARNEY Pitts 315 Belle RJKADY FOR THE NEW SCome and See Themigf El f lymph it WASHINGTON Kochs lymph cure it now being tried on five iu GMfldd to The Champion ou tbe Paramatta a noulllng match for a championship of the world wot rowed by oariimeu Kemp and MoLeau waa the Ncerntnry Sinter Ma tililn 73 yearn of ulster of suorotary of the dlod very Mouday morning from rbwinm Umn ol the She camo from Oweuo to Brooklyn to spuml tlie holidays with her Sergoant Dodge of the Flint precinct She appoarod Iu good health until a momenta of tier CttndUluUi from Due si John Pope JJcwiOHHy was Monday placed tu nomination by tho antlPai iiuliUM M tbolr windldutu for ulcctlon to iho Houw of Upmmons from north TJitt 1uruelllUw from north Kilkenny M on Jay UoniluuUid Vinount Scully to tut constituency the Housw of WATCHES JEWELRY ANO In Violins And Domestic and Standard Sewing Machine Needles and Repairs of all Silver and Steel Spectacles to Suit and Jewelry OUHOtiO OHioHcarfRs Rio Onosa   

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