Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 8, 1890, Alton, Illinois
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOHEH 8. 1800
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President Harrison's Journey Drawing to an End.
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He Make a Hrlef Speech at Law rear* -harp, the Seen#* of MI* ( hlldhoe.l end
Is Visibly A Seeled by the Memories Recalled—-Great fr.ysrsllMii Made at Galesburg. Ills., to Weleoase the Chief Map Isl rate-— Keaaloa Programme!
CINCINNATI, Ort. 8.—The president arrived at Cincinnati Tucaday morning promptly at ?:Mt, His car wa* held In the
THE TARIFF ON TOBACCO,
An Ksplanatlea of Mow the New Law Will Affret Manufacturers and Dealer*.
Cig:'AUO, Ort 8.--Commissioner Mason, bead of th* internal revenue bureau, told Monday how the new provision* of th* bsf IIT MU would affect the tobao dealers and mannfttctuters throughout the country. The aubetantinl feature* of th* change* are the abolition of all special t**#«, generally known as licenses, and the reduction of taste on manufactured tobacco and snuff from S to • cent* a pound. lite net ri-auit* will I* a red'lotion of revenue on special Uses of #1,50®,-I KW. and a reduction on *tinff and I manufactured tobacco of about N>X»,tWU, or a total reduction of about pi,OUI),(WO 1 Th* commissioner says there will be few I changes in the maehiuery of collecting the revenue, co that dealers
Suggestions of a Sr uth#rn Lawyer on this Subject.
JUSTICE TO WHITES AND NEGROES
—n-e—ss w a. ch..,,
“A Chicago denier, for Instance,” said the commissioner, “will find that his us on manufactured *nuff and tobacco i* reduced to about DK per cent, aud alt specie] tate* ar* removed, but that will be the extent to which the change reaches bim. There will he no new nile* or regulations and no new set of et am pa. Iii* whole thing will run along as before, and
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the Chesapeake and Ohio to the Ohio and Mississippi rood. There were crowds at all the small * attorn before the train reached Cincinnati, and at Newport there was a fife aud drum corp*, but the train made no stop*, except at Covington, where the president stood on the reer plat form for a few minute* aud listened to the familiar strain* of "Hail to the Chief." Breakfast was served In the president’s car while th* train wa* In the station bere, 'lh* president received a nu iii her of visitors before breakfast, among them hie nephew, Archibald K non, of Cincinnati At this place Gen. C H. Gmve-i.or and Consul General John C. New joined the party.
At Lawrenceburg, lad.
The local committee was in wailing there to act as escort lo the presidential IMirty. The president’s ear was attached to special tram composed of an engine and a combination car Only one stop was mad* (letween Cincinnati end lawrence burg, I he I rat ii slowed up for a minute ai North Bend In sight of th* tomb of Willis in Henry Harrison and the bouse when- th* president wa* born. At law-rcneeburg a large crowd was ta waiting. Tuff president addressed th* crowd from Hie rear platform.
The VresMeat's Add recs.
•Mf Fug guff: I want to thank you very cordially for this greeting. All the vie*tson ber* are very femtlar This town of lawrence burg is th* first village of my childish recollection, and as I have appro .chad it this morning passed th*earliest borneol my recollection, the home in which my childhood aud early I manhood were spent, memories crowd in upon me that are very full of interest, Very full of pleasure, and yet very full of j wad nee*. They bring hack to me those j who made the old b- m i very dear, th* most precious sp.* earth. I have
passed with Isl wed head the place where they rest Weare here in our g • ion with the work of those who
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g me bl fore upon os. Let us ae*, each of us, that in the family, In the neighbor bood and tbs elate we do et lea-t wlih equal courage, grace and kindness the work which wa- so bravely, kindly aud gra< loutly done by those who filled our I daces fifty year* ago. Now, for I must huriy on. to th**, old friends aud to the** new friends who have come in si nos Lawrenceburg was familiar to me I ex tend again my hearty thanks for this wet coma
In concio aion th* preeidept in trod need secret ary Tracy. The president wa* vial bly affected as be spoke of the ■acus* of his cbildho ai.
North V Hixon, Ind., Ort I-Between lawrence burg and North Vernon no reg
ii tar stop was mode There were large crowds ai Aurora, Milan, Osgood and other st at icon and the train slowed ap fora minute et each of thee* places to give the lh, pre*ideal nu opportunity to (•ow hi. a- know lodgement of the greeting A telegram was reoetvsd from A. Cl D.*w*a, of .At. Joseph. Mo , asking that (be I “resole ut stop st that city Friday
iii >rntiig. An affirmative reply was sent aud the president will stop at Bt Joseph at 7 o’clock, remaining for aa hour. The party wilt arrive at Topeka at 0:10 Instead of h o'clock Friday morning.
Vixccmmu, lad., (Xt. \ -The atop al Washington wa* prolonged ae th* train wall ell for order* there, but the president mail* no speech ll* introduced Sc ret ary Tracy and (ten Grosvenor to the crowd, and they shook band* with as rn my people as could crowd upon th* platform of the car. There we* no stop after Washington uu til Vincennes wok reached. A committee of fifteen from Terre Haute met the president at Vinoennes. Tfcey w*r. in th* private car of Paa.id.-at Mt-Keen, of the Vandalia rued, which era a I tee be* I to lh* spacial engine of the Bennsville aud Tern Haute road, mat wa* to haul the pre* lieut ’n car to Terre Haute, where he will remain over night.
AWAITING THE PRESIDENT.
Gal, .burg Gayly Deeersted la Honer of Its Coming Visiter—Tim Programme.
Gali-h nu, HL, Oct. A. —Galesburg we* decked in holiday attire Tuesday. Flags float from every roof and many colored bunting adorn* every building, lithograph* of the president and generals of the war hang In every window, and the Grand Army t*dg* predominates Tuesday morning's early train* brought In bun ired* of vulture and awry train •well* the number. Every preparation I- --I bb- has G en made for lbs rniertaln me ut of the visitor* On* hundred large teat* have been pitched oo lh* beautiful court house -quart, and extra beds have liven plat*.! in all hotel*
The Pregramme Arranged.
(M r 5 UU0 ere expected to take part in the parade. The Rho* college cadets will act ae the president's escort In th* afternoon the president will addr-es his ok. com red** after th* parade, and will also lay th* corner el on* of th* new Kao* Alumni hall. In the evening a grand reception and banquet will be tendered the president. The president Is also expected to take part in lh* Phi Delta Theta itanqoet tendered him by the sol leg- boy., and of which society be wa* a member when la aal legs Gen Sherman, Governor Bovey, Usa Itta-ck, Col, INstin and many other dis lingula bed mao are expect'd to be pre*, sat. lf Che weather is pleasant It is br I ie veil that fully 73.UU0 people will he in Ga Ie-1, i rg Gee. P 8 Kau will deliver Ute addr. •*. “rf we!ctima Xpeeeha* were mad* by leading Grand Army men and a Gimp Are took p'ase atJTns* lay night.
the k.Otlouii reduction of revenue will be accomplished almost without th* tobacco dealers knowing th Illinois paid £i&g,l$l on manufactured tobacco last year, and vo far aa that alate is concerned th* changes of (he tariff law will result in en ting down thai payment to about EMD, OUR”
ACCUSED OF SMUGGLING.
A turkey Wanders Over la Canada and ( aUM*. Its Owner Mark Trouble.
Et. A LHA va Vt, Oct. 8.—-Monday morning a farmer living near th* line on th*
American side found that his had made her nest over in (’minds, his farm being In both countries He decided to bring the ok! bird back into the state* with ber nest an I eggs. In doing so I.* wa* met by a customs officer end a*. used of .muggilng both bird and egg*.
I hr surprise of the old gentleman can not un mined. He voted for Harrison, and at first was inclined to contort the affair by force He tine given honda, bow-tver, and appealed to the secretary of the treasury. I he ra-e is complicated, sine* the duty on the eggs under th* new tariff is 5 <vnta per d..*. n, while on the live fowl it I. I tent# per pound, but on the -ame fowl killed and dressed It is 5 cents.
Tile customs officials decline to say1 J*** es thj whether thg government will continue moralising the hatching operation or risk the spoiling of the avg* pending thg deci stun.
fleas se Con. a mc OI *5, nim «| Chicago,
CH.Iago, (let, 8 —The first big downtown fire that Chicago has experienced in «me mo il he occurred Monday even log about if o'clock, and attracted an unusually Urge crowd The si* story brick building at *47 and *50 Hts to street, owned by Henry and Albert Keep end occupied by th* Martin EtuericU tint fitting company, was had.y damaged by rn Are which started on the **. <>;,<1 ihwr sn I went lo the roof I* for# the department strived. T.,c I me rich tom pa ny sub-rented to IL C. Thayer Ac Cb , photographers' supplies, and the McVeigh Ac Bai tie Manufacturing comp ii/, maker* of fine harness Kmcrich occupies the first, third, fourth, and fifth floora arid the I mer men t, Thayer the second floor, a d McVvigh & Barile the sixth ffiw.r.
The total damage will not fall abort of 1)85,000.
His Pro posit (en Plans a Ueaeral Assembly to ('»».!.t et Three (tranches, Aaa-ate aad Twe Hens**of Representatives, Him k awd White — Remarks ew th* I’rr.rut Mala* of Affairs—Capital Location fight el Oatkrl*—Okie Legislator* Called forc!her —Political News
Cui.rMUIA, 8. a, Ort A—Judge William M Thomas, a learned lawyer, of , Charleston, has suggested a novel and to* tningly practical plan for the adjustment of the difficulties which exist belt*# ii the two races Thl* plan, which he dei o* will do justice to the blacks with out tmp*nHng the Inter,-st* of the whites, is a* G Bow*; *|. The general assembly •hall consist of three houses, a senate, a white end negro house of representatives. lf. Thee nato shall conelet of IGI member*, siecle*I ann tally by the taxpayers voting their duplicate tax receipts, with the names of their candidates indorsed thereon and each dollar of said receipt counting aa one vote. » The white and negro houses of representatives shall jointly consul of BW members, elected an nual'y by their riapective races upon the hu.is of manhood suffrage and each house shall Iwar the ratio to the other of the numeral strength of its roo* ae asper tallied by the general assembly from the lost regia!ration. 4. No bill shall become old turkey j * imw w,lbwut tbs o«Hisent of th* major!-1 Bn. OI two of these hods -a. I AII officers —elate, county and municipal—shall be elected hy the general aa.*na My. A Printed I>a Iota sh ill Is* forbidden.
The Present IN.IItlrrt llrtatioa Reviewed.
“In the past twenty gee year* the differ enc« between the race* have not only not disappeared but have been aggra vaunt into unnatural alienation by voting al the same poll. sad eootes<ing for the •aine offices This is modernised war. ‘War is the law of violence.’ Th# nature of violent* is either fire# or frond. Coder the present dominion of the abolition theory th I* war of race* ie cont muon-, mg of force bot of fraud. Before lam th# negroes voted early and often, whites do now This is de It ha. now progressed so far that whites unscrupulously cheet whites Iii the Interest of alt parti** it should •lop sud a new system should he adorned. The races must live together In harmony ap hi some defined modus y,*adi to clear up the whole situation. now alee eau it be dooef*
Judge Thom**' proposition is th* subject of considerable u-rnest thought bf the leading men of both political parties la Mouth Carolina.
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I’lti I. a DX LPHI a, Ort I.—The rn.-(.(ion of th* Comte de Paris Monday night by the Uuion league club wa. one of th* m rn. brilliant affairs of its kind thai ba* ever taken place la this city. I he -o -rn. ami corridors were crowd* I with member* of til* dub and invijed autota At th* re caption, among tho** who passed before th# comte were Gen. Parke, of Chicago, Who commanded an army corps during th* war; Gen Alexander ti Webb. who commanded the Philadelphia brigade that broke Pickett’s charge at Gettysburg; Gen M. blea aud many others. Ai .upper time th* comte wa,had through the general dining room, bot took supper in a private room with steven invited guests, among whom were Gens. Butierworth aud Sick lee aud George W, Child*
His Meal* Will Take a Rest New.
BT. IA>lia Ort I—Monday morning the police arrested a demented individual uemed Patrick Malloy, who had a mama for accosting unprotected ladies on the street, seising (ham by the nee*, giving it a twist, aud then expectorating lobe, co juice in their face* Hie latest assault was upon th* 17 year old daughter of Mr I - rlx-s, the well known tea merchant bb* wa* standing on a center awaiting i ear when Malloy approached, a*toed ber hy the noes, and launched a mouthful of tobacco june Into her face. He wa* mr rested, identified, aud only saved from lynching by th# knowledge that Urn wa. half-writ ted. He wul be sent loth* insane a .j I usa.
OKLAHOMA'S CAPITAL RUMPUS.
Tit* Pleat Neman,*at still to Alerse**— Speaker Daalals Pears HU Life.
GrTHUiK, o. T., Ort 8 —Th*excitement h- re over th* capital location question •«ill continues. President of the senate, Gamshtre. will not sign th* Mil locating the capital In Oklahoma City, inasmuch as Speaker Daniels contes to th* legality of his (Daniels') signature. Th* question was not brought op in the lower bouse Monday, It beme d «n#( unwise on ne count of the excitement at pre milt owing to th* po**i Millies of e conflict between the opposing force* Speaker Daniels went to Oklahoma City, his boma, last Hs'orday, and has not returned to Guthrie. A dispatch from that place *a)* that he ie in fear of losing hie life .book! he return during th* present excitement, and that be has rec*) vet several anonymous Utters, threatening hie life should be ever return to Guthrie.
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Vienna Ort §—A scullion named La deers, employed In lh* kitchen of the Archduke giglmont at Grundea, has been arrested for putting arsenic to th* food and having caused th* illness of th* archduke and his suit*. Ladeer*’ Soto object wa* to procure th* dismissal of a chef whom be haled
A leu I al* >1 Affect Iou* Come High.
Nxn Yoni Ort e.-Mn^ Ada Richard son obtained a verdict I*forts a sheriff’s Jury Monday for tau,uai for the a1 leu* lion of her husband', affection, liar husband is David I’. K < benison, to whom she we* married In mr* The couple lived together until lo*l when he heg.u to nog lect ber for Mr* KIU T. Hurt, wife of Gen A Burt. Mr*. Kicbafdaott brought suit against Mrs Burt for I id,UUU, with the result aw stated
Traveled to Tee Rapid Cern pea y. «
Ut yr Airt, Si, Y., Ort 8-J H Netli, of I lh* grocery firm of Jouu ii. NYiii at Co. hee fled from th* city aud la about HU, UUD i hon rn hie auouttuto. Hiram Wois. a wealth) live stock dealer wee the backer of the firm and will have to make good the shortage. Welt says be ie of opinion Neill bad got in fart comp my aud had squandered the money
Teak aa Ad|*aram«ai tar Pear Day*.
l'lrrxaAMY, Ort «—On the oourt re sundog Munday Dr Satin, who had visited Mr. G'Mah a'y, said that gentle Baa would be unable to be present at Oourt for at leaat four daya An adjournment wee then tak*u until Friday Mr. Dillon says that on friday Mr. O’Mahon y would com* here to reside during the trial
GI ad* lea* ta In.cum th* Labur (ieee tie a.
Lip la J a Ort. A-Mr. Gladstone basin f rrii- d his frtood* that on th* occasion of kl* visit lo VV# I Colder he will ill*cue. the Labor problem.
Death af aa Aged Journalist.
HALEM. Ore., Ort 8. 0 W. Peak for more than a generation proprietor aud pu bl inker of Th* Helens Observer, died Munday, aged W.
Ohio Legislature Called Together.
CoLtMHus, Ohio, Ort 8—Governor Campbell has issued th* following ptog-letioo convening the legislature ta extra toe*!on to eonatder the chargee of oorrup-lino against certain members of tbs board of public works at Cinel anat!: "By virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution of Ohio, L Jamas & Campbell, governor of said state, do here by require the Hixty-nlnth general essen? bly of Ohio to oon vent at the state house lu Columbus et IO a rn. oo Tuesday, (let 14, IMW, then and there to receive such e-un mu oblation as may be laid before it, sud take such action thereon ae It may deem proper.*
will " J toe Drives" Agelast Tsmasany.
New York, Ort I TM Republican (manly cod vent bm Monday night virtu ally decided to unite with other factions against Tammany halL Col (rugger moved that a straight ticket he ran with Chauncey M. Depew for mayor. Ex Jndge Patterson said Depew could not carry th* city. Every practical polit!-©ten, he said. knew that a straight He publican tit k<-t would tie beaten. A committer we* finally appointed to consider tbs advisability of a coalition and report Friday night.
Aa Opeeing tor Ik* Repaklteaaa.
I'll I LAI)XLI*Iii a. Oak 8 - Congressman Richard Vaux bas accepted lh* >ns»i^ lion tendered bim by the cilia.-us of the Third c<tngresslofial (listriel. Ile will run against William McAlcer, the regular Democratic noruI nee Th* Hepublleans have not named a candidal*.
I'*«0 MI* Hla4* Tee Mrekleeelr.
Kansas City, Mo. Oct. a-Capt am non. of thr Flambeau club, and president of th board of public works, was ar re a ted last evening for assault with intent to kill. Last Thursday, durlug tbs Priests of I Mil** parade. Cauma out down Philip Ba.'unart, a spectator, who had been pushed by the crowd into th* line of march. The captain's sword Intl ted a sennas wound no Barnhart's baa l three I Laches tong. Th* rapt Un gave bond
Big Carg* si Cultus A biose.
New York, Ort &~Tb« steamer Alamo of the Mallory line arrived here Tuesday morning from Galveston with her cargo if cotton on Sr* After landing ber passenger* id safr.y by mean* af e tog, sh* amoved sd to the Erie basin, where her kohl is being flooded by the fir* tufa has 5,000 bales • f co'I >u on board.
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Drank Acid toe Whisky.
•an Antonio, Tex., (Jct. A—John ban demon, a wealthy citlaen of Cannas, procured from rn dark dock! a Jug which he •apposed contained whisky and on! of which he took a big drink. Th* fluid proved to be carbolic add and the doe# •oou Cana I hts death.
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