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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME JIO. ALTON, ILL., 'I’l I UHS DAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER ll. ISHO. DDM OO- Every building In Ascon* ted on tin. no, GU \ VB CA UNIV AL. Ilion aln ui<| b«> TU** SKI ’ON I) lo (fir© ©veldt LIT NKW •na UO»ll-|.Mh STfK,'k or    ‘ festooning. FLAGS, BANNERETTES, TISSUE FA PER, LANTERNS, (All Niles and Shapes.) SHIELDS, MOTTOES, I Mil «Q The Thrift Bill Patted Vote of 40 to 29 wy a The Ever I/"'lark POPULAR I UC Sheet •en mo ) Music. (CHAK. J, DEGENHART, dole Agent CHOICE SELECTIONS UAUKKULLT AKKA.VuKii Ko BEOINMPr PIANO ANO ORGAN. » hops tick Waite, by..7*.*" My Away Galop,by ..............-Wain*1 Gertrude iin-nm uni.. _    ..    ..    * AND A < I IM IM.ETE NT* (CK OF AT TI1E VICKY LOWEST PRICES, *r ttel| Kar:y tv aroid the Kuih rate! r etebrate! ort rude Bream Waltg, by Impatience (Banjo Galop),by In th# Sunshine, by ... Jack ( mat i Mardi, by... Moment Musical, by... barful Ronda, by...... Russian Grand March, by . . . . . “tar of Affect ion . Hbowerof Roses Galop, by..,., “ Walt*, by..... Wreath Waits, by .......... A*?., Ac., Ac., Beethoven .Ntreabbog ... Lange. . ■ Knight •.Schubert.  Greene. Kands nunn Ntreabboc •Ieee •<’ , Ae. the latest. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Roienfeldt. VOCAL AND IN STRC MENTAL) IOC a Copy. OUR SPECIAL TERMS: «. 10o Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies. 50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies. Catalogue FREI oll Appllca-tlon, or Al a Hod Fit KE to Add n ae. any 101 A 103 Third st. cor. nasa. Alton, 111, Chas. J. Degenhart Third and Pine Ste. . Alton. III. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGENTS FOR Til fist- Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES nod JAPANS. lf • Oak Slows and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheet- 1®JL ljKr,eF<)rt8'J'ifi “n<1    Pumps.    New    Home anti White Sewing Machines { $30 each. Agents for the Mttv Fan law. FINK LINE OF Camases. Buggies and Sprint tans Nm th. B«t HOAD CART in the World for $ IO. EK. Hardware and I HUI u ll ut u O Farm Machinery, Allen, III. Fastest lie TracK in FOURTH EVENT OF THE SEPT. 24th AND 25th. $1,250 in Premiums. larHF°lnf^S“me °f U,ces and 1>ar,,cu-C. A. HERB, Sec. - Alton, IU. HO. ACN THE RECIPROCITY SCHEME. ll.. I.•’girded the A Matlier *• a ■ >»-< Isratfon at P*rp«©. Than ae a Dr Unit Ion at D|li|«tlrr Holley—What < NKIIOM. of intent*. and Vane*, of Vorth < smite*. Say of Rpeakar Reed** Victory •a the Maine Kleetion. Washington Cite, Sept. ll.-Th© ate met at ll o’clock aud after a few menu .pent with routine butine.*, the tariff biti wa* taken ap—the que*lion be lug on I ta pas****—with dx bour* allowed to duce the discussion after, which the ▼ole aaa to lie taken. Hoar wa* the drat to add re*© the atm ate. Referring to the reciprocity prop.wit Ion he aaid that he had voted for It with some hesitation and •bonId not have done no if he had thought that the ac heme contained in the wa mend maut was all that was likely to come oat of entering on that policy. There wore some great ronatitutional dim mille* In the way whish had been ably alated by Evart*. He thought also that on the one •Ida. Ur© reciprocal exchange* were Ineom plot© and that they contained one or two art idea—especially tin and hirte*-that had to be dealt with aoleiy in the view of internal interest* and without relat.on to tho * ffeet on other countries of their being taxed or untaxed. How He Regarded the Amendment. He thought alto that in the forefront of any policy on that question the United Platea should determine to put an end, a* far aa legislation could do it, to the practice* of foreign nation© imposing export duties on products used hare. He would have such products coming from such uatkma, excluded altogether from American porta, if they could ha supplied from ©iaswhsrr. He, however, regarded the amendment rather as a declaration of purpose than as a definition of lagiila live policy, and it was In that view hat be had given it hie support Hiseock commenced hts speech with a bider arraignment of Democratic senator*, who ha said had surpassed their predecessor* and tirem-wives in charta!inurn, demagog!, i*m, misrepresentation and insincere profession* of da vol ion to tbs industrial interests of tho country Com pair lawn at loss. Coming directly to tbs tariff bill Ifie-coek a*serted that it had not I tee ti con strutted with a view to injure com me roe, but rather to craals and foster commerce Its effects would ba so beneficial that It would remain a long Urns uodisturbad and .even the Democrats would change front and proclaim thair devotion to the principle of protection. He went on to compare the administration of Mr Mar rlson with that of Mr. Clevelnud and said the t ame fit* which had re* ut tad from a Republican administration of public af fairs ware forcibly illustrated by a comparison of tbs financial operations of th© treasury department The largest in un-ase In the Internal revenue receipts in •ny one year daring Mr O forelands sd rniula.rat Ion had fawn I*,MA,OW, while without any change ta the law the increase lo collections for the drat full year of Hsnrtaou'a administration had been III,700,OMO. Tbl* gain might fairly, be •ald, lie credited to Republican honesty and efficiency in that one branch of the treasury department Increased Vee of Silver. I he wisdom of tbs Republican policy with regard to silver was already, Hts ouch said, apparent in tbs inorrased pron pertly of the country. Tbs late adm I ala tra' ion had been coo lent with denounc tog toe silver coinage ©et and demanding its repeal without offering anything in its place. But th© present administration bed earnestly urged the passage of meas nres providing for a largely increased use of silver in circulation, aud the lead tag fan ti re* of that administrative policy bad since bern enacted Into law Gibson called attention to some pointe In the sugar schedule under which he Id the whole sugar crop of louisiana would ho forced upon the market at a sacrifice of not less than #1,000 OOO or ti -Dud,OOO, which would bs ©tided to tbs prod is of tbs sugar trust. Ha wished to have tie senate conferree* mode ae quaint**! with the facia. Remarks af Senator Turpin. Turpie addressed the senate ta opposition to the Mil. Opening with an allusion to I bs clans© “pauper labor" co often used In the tariff de bet ©be said that if that meant the labor of inmates of prtaoaa or of eieniosjmary Institutions, he was very certain that none of the products of such labor, either in Europe or the United Stat a, entered Into the volume of foreign et -rn mere**, end that lf it meant the labor of those who ware represented in lh# in ternatioosl congress of labor, it should mg I* qualified a* "pauper ** It was true that the laborer of Europe was often very illy paid in some lines, but in the United Bt st es also they were often very wretchedly paid. lf American wages were superior to w ages in other comd Has it was a subject for rejoicing, but It was no reason why the American laborer should be sub-to unnecessary exactions or to ov juat taxation. The tariff Mil passed the senate by rn vote of—yeas 40, nay* » Ae aeon aa the vote was so non noed th© mu ate adjourned. He*** Dotage. A beautiful Horal design, the gift of the enrolling clerks of the house, adorned Speaker lieed's desk T"©©day morning. It was e large shield of white immortelle* with a is* rd cr ut roses and smilax On which was inner bed in blue Im mortal tar the word; “Bustee*© " An immense gavel of whits immortelles, indicative of the power with whit h the speaker has wielded that emblem of authority, surmounted tbs skis <d I mood lately after the house was called to order by 8[asker Pro fem Burroughs, O’Estral I raised the point that that there was no quorum present. The spaa her pro tem being unable to fount a quorum Haugen of lee on© in moved a call of the honan I he roll was called. passed at once. If the ©lections in his diet riel were guided at all by Issues they must have Won guided mainly by this one of the federal election law. and In my opinion their expression at the polls wa* a distinct and unqualified indorsement of ederal contra of the congressional also lion*. Another—the people like nerve and lf there is ohs thing which Mr heed ha. more then an »tber it is nerve The people ©re tire I of pamby politician, and they like to see a maoi nave Ute courage of his convictions Heed* election not only mean* theta norsement of the federal election bill but also a pronounced expression in favor of backhoe** in politic** HEN BACK TO JAIL Flrit Examination of the leged Train Wreckers. AL THE TWO MEN PLEAD NOT GUILT V. Ie for the Dully (toy. The Rood victory was received in good humor by the actual controlling Demo-:ra». lo the senate and louse. Vance of North Carolina said; “It I* * triumph for the bully boy In Amar cm politics and I am for the bally boy. I want to know where a man stand*. I bate all mug* uuipery and half lo* triad aes*    lf the conakry think* Mr Reed right in his thorough* method*, why, let him go abend I hey arc responsible and will have to take the consequences It would bu inappropriate to rewind them thai there w a* once a gent Iv mao named Stafford, who advocated the thorough’ method* under the administration of abatic* I of England, and who subsequently lost bi* head then for, but then," said the senator. I bure henril of men losing their bead* bere an I turning up again not * bit th* worse for It" “Mow Are Yoe, Amos?** "'ashin*.Tov City, Bapt. II -Republicans at the < 'n pi bd Tuned ay wetejnbi lam over t he return* from Maine. There was soma fsar that Reed’* majority would be cut down, aud It wit* the Intention if It was no greater than sn to contest tbs I election on the .sans of the natural ration quarrel at B ddeford and an informality at Saco. But IRM was tem much. Among the mug persistent ...tail •Als cf -"peak ar Heed has I wen Amos Cummings of New York. When we went down to tbs folding room Tire* day he saw this placard, and It mads bim sad “How ©re you. Ammi How’s tbs Kiiiery navy yard and the Biddeford vote! For myself I feel pretty well. T B R ’ | He had to aland a lot of r baffing, hut took * •« good part. the was rn Ha os BOLD DAYLIGHT ROBBERY. Thieve* Keene* •.*.400 from al Hay (“tty, MMR. Dr TIMMY, Mgl., Sept ll.—A special to Th* New* from Hay City. Mich . **y*; a few minute-, before noon Wednesd t / three urea entered the Becost I Mat.aa I bink; wo of them went to the teller aud book keeper, and engaged them in conversation about banking business. The third •lipped around to the back of the book keeper-desk and stole a pac kegs of bill* amounting to    which was ready for shipment. After the departure of the trio the robbery was disc overed aud the police no; i (lei im in -d lately, but they have not yet esp! Bred the rob! ore. Tho Bt cond Natl, ital bank is located on the must prominent corner of tho city. Lawyer* Im e Quandary. Com NNA, Mick., Sept Ii.—Const era a tion reign* among lawyers sad litigant* of Shiswsewe county. The court, prob sbly for the first time in history, Is with out s Jury. The trouble is that th# aui-er visors in returning tits names for the lists made mistakes whish cannot be reetiiied Judge Smith decided that the Jury wa* irregular aud dismissed It. ruder the ex istlng law e new Jury cannot be . ailed un til next summer In the meantime defendants and plaintiffs must wait. sri rn In als may go free. and lawyers tech a new vocation nales* the stets iegi*iature come* lo I be relief when It meets lit January t'eov Isled el Bigamy. Runic. Pa. Sept ll.-George ll Howdy, a Rochester, N. Y., merchant, was convicted of bigamy bere Tuesday evening Rowdy. Who married a wife Im Rochester. N. Y.. five jeers ago, came to this county last year and opened a mercantile bust ness in latch {.ort, thie county, He court ed and married Miss Grace Williams, daughter of a wealthy farmer After a f.-w tn.m’ha be left bis victim and ret urn-ed to bi* bom* in Rochester, from whence hr w.i* brought on a requisition. Tbs gar deceiver ta © man of 45. Th# 1‘rteeuers Warm Not In the Leu*! DI#-reerect eg sag Meg. ft. Applleetlee for Rail —The Height* Cast rem v| Their IMMoto-uee—linnets Ceelrel Hee Weal More Cay—Outlook for Another st root Cur strike et th Ic-ag*. THUY. X. Y., Sept. II,—The diet exam!* nation of the men arrested at Albany for attempting to wreck tbs Montreal express to.,* | • la ce ’Wore County Judge Griffith, of Troy, W.ilinMiiy uorninK it Id o i bick. I'!»ere were [ resent John I Cordial an i J .(i t Kh rti.m, th* two prisoner*, th. lr tonus*!, J us; he William J. Luddeu, (rf Tro/i Mat er Work it in K. i l**' s’«r«’*<try Port ley, and Tteasun-r Price, of district assembly _•(#; Ho wen Staley, of the ounr lodge, and Ute proa© cntiug ait. rt.ey, Distri. i Attorney John I I. Kelly. Ujc pi,.,i,rB wen* mg In the west diM-oricerted and looked net.. worse for ussr. Tbs examination liegun at once Ney Thej Bore Innocent. I Judge Griffith Md: “dr K ie rn an, yon ate charged si h having lelimou-riy • n.*<| to wreck a It’siu .ii the night of Brot 5 Ii w do you plead “Not guilty,* replied K.eman firmly and with a Blini,- j “John Cordial, yon am (’barged aith , felon loudly pacing ob© rn lion. «,,, (be ,N *w Yofk UeMfgl road," cen II itf*f I    iff, id til. j ’•Not gudty." replied Cord al. Justle* Glidden, counsel bg- the r risen ere. sal I Us amt, J I .lh© lo lh4 .,h tfc4., over and U k with hit site it,. lire! r ct A.tort,..) K *,|y, f ar th* fm*«, cut nu., Beld that the ». ut I jury rn t on Monday and I Ital en < X (Mngutter, might therefore a* well be mere ow Hi u. l I ii# roiui*f| iu:reel to tm* a;. I the rn tiler was adj .un-w until 8 .turd «y ai ll* ni. Le* is... Muw-s ■•■-I When tine wa* nnuoumd Motte, Morkni.n IgM tisik out a rxii .rf t and l.aoded a HO MU fordisi •„ I to Iv'.-rn in The men were then take. back to jail, no application having bo.. I mad,* for »«n 11, lh© sill (..vita a id am r*n<« w.-re *uoa ii to ins Unite I Br » reporter an I abow that be me t slid large are Thorns* ( sin and Aubin Hem*, and that John Reed is *fot w. cured I (red was no. arraigned T knights vxpceea tbena**1 v** *. .outhten rf tbs prisoners' intl *wu vt. THE industrial field. Th# It.    at    I    ii    (awls    t    astral    Nee    foi Mere Vs., < ii fa*pt, IL—General Msu.igi-i Heck, of the Min .UCetitnil rot I, bas tt-.t yet !*oin aide to nome to a the, dm la ie gard to the n quest of the trainmen on th mad for sn lucres © of p*y. He bi* pr cured ached-lim of the rn*, paid by oh* road* In ail |iart* of the country to !h«*»* employe* aud is Sib ,».»r tug these wit ii •!«. Iliinoi* ( entre’ * (sty roll, GtN*eral But -t lutentlrut Hull,van ha* not yet re. *tr «-• I from bi* vat* mn, but Ii expect.-1 ii a day or two \V hen he co,n©« ,M.. k G ’tees! Manager Heck will liteue the anil him end » a w im can tie don* in i>.-. way of complying with the req urn! of the mea. COAL. Tho Famous GIIIreple Soft COAL de-ivered at live mi nut©* notice in an, quH|, *y. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clink- ein or Cinders. Bent Willits Soft (’oal iii the hard coal In all slsi-H. Deliver, d at Lowest Prices, Quality I’inurn passed, Market CUI FI3W, BEFORE IHEJ3!G U/Hifc. ‘ Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. TKLKPHONK H4 and SI. WARM AIR FURNACES! 1 I AHD AN I I HOIT COA I, *• •"    s»    PU.    ta    ____ S«ooad-hgRd fW- Treeels Stsrphf Married. Rock Isl.AXD. Ilia., Rapt 11.-Francis Murphy, the temperance advocate, and Mrs. Rebec*a Fi.her, president af the Woman’s Christian Y -mpcranee union, of Counrii Mi di,, wen tit .rn* I in (hie city Tuesday night at the residence of tbs brid*’© father, J, R Johnston, and started for the east. Mrs. Murphy I* a hand* woman, many years ber husband’© jun tor. Mb* nill henceforth aid (din in his work Lacked Ut© Children Ie e Rem. Et Paso. Tex., Kept ll,-An Indian living near Pun dei Norte, Max., left w me Saturday afternoon on business. Before departing Ire locked bls two children, a boy of T ami a girl of ft, In a Urge box so as to keep them out of the orchard Hr did not return until Bunday ending, when th© boy wa found to be dead and’ the girl in a dying condition She wa© nearly suffocated Th© f«*b©r we. mr < vat«—I _ Arrased af (’aericids. GUXXX Bay, Win, Sept. IL-Tbs coco Bar’s jury in th# case of Mrs, Mary Hen Mi, found dead, brought in a verdict Tuesday that death we© at the hand© af * her husband ll*-n*el was found in bis barn Saturday night with © wotted In his and UBC. nae cits, in which mnditiou (AHI te Net tonal Celau .rf Si,.ne Moses*. Bai iiu<utK, Kept, ll —The national con venfi-iu of stone masons, called tbr o’Ject of forming a Stone Mawm*' Na tiooal Union of America, is la semi »n in Gila c !y. The dr, ego lea    come from Pennsylvania, New Yurk, MImimi.-i O; lo, Colorado, and Marylatid, repre*eu»* log -I UUP ,tmM| mason* They say that ••ring heretofore been affiliated will, ut lier building trod.© unions, the intert rf* weie mg audit irmly wail nm*,der.-1 ©al they have llterefure determine I Hi I.>rrn a dial met uai tonal arg .nix Hi »u. Bt reel t ar Mn, lllu*ll>S,g < Hit dept. ll.—Tier,- t* a wide •{•reoil feeling of dias itiafaction amma I the employe* of the Wert Chicago 8tr*«t ! Rollway company. A committee of four i calle.1 upon Prealdent Yerkc* Werfii««la> morning and demanded, among othei i things, a reiti«tetem#nl (rf loo dis.-hargeii I employe* and a rigid sdhereuce u. [(ro.,, ! toe* pet v.ously made by th# e nnpauy ic its employea The eoaJbrsnce lasted Hearty two bour*, but tbs result could I not I* obtained p«lr old one* Hati© fact ion in wry casa guaranteed mom always on hand.    ^    gu»r-ntMd. PITTS &; HAMILL, 810 Hid,LF) HTR RKT. ITS NO SECRET. Ili**ati«a»4 wttB Ps«4srl|. Pl flite im. ?^ept ii —A rumor prevail. bere among labor foeti that in the even: of the re e,ct (ion of G.-oseal Master Work ■nan Powderly, local Asaeuibiy Bn ain dow glue* workera will lean* (be Knights •f Labor, lire primipal cause* of di-* •an-faction are ut.,I u» be alleged mU manage rn n I of tbc Central ra-l.ood d.(fi culty. aud too moch lavish expenditure* of money by the general officer* of the rn der, esp., telly in the melter of salary* but failed to <1 las I uee a quorum. SPEAKER REED’S VICTORY. What » ai.non rf (Jlisets sate Tsaee rf North Garottes Bey rf IL W AMINO ro* ('ITV, Kept. ll -Congressman Cannon of Illinois puts a somewhat unique iaterpn tatioa upon Reed’s big majority. "It Ie a distinct iadoreement of the fed •val election bill,* said he, "and a rebuke to the slow-goiag methods of the senate. Mr Ree’d was wail known to irpreoaot the set,; rn tit which favored a federal aire;.---    md    our ahi. I. won id br Tire l ag* writer* ta Cearereaes. CR ic AUO. Dpt. ll.. Tire members of tbs Fire Underwriters’ Association of tbs Northwest, alout 17ft siren*, eouvtned In their tsen*y flr,t anil,tai meeting at the Grand P,.< -Ile botel Tuesday rn (r ung K A Bim o4s the president, ca i Un coe vention to owl, r ling < Meiers Ie llliaute BiooMiauToN, Ills, Hopi ll -Cholera Sa raging among th© fo g* around Farmer City. One farmer named G -erg# Bishop bat lost 1)0 bead by th© diocese. Fevers! '(‘her farmer© have lust large auntlier* of boga t’hssee-ay M Depew #4 Hume. NftW log*. Mete, ll —Among th* pee srngtrs on the White .star ate*mer Tea tonic, whish reach#I tbs bar et I o'clock Wednesday rn* rui .g, were Chatim-ey M Depew and A reb Corrigan A Mad Hey'* Keveng* I>»irk»x. Kept. ti-A fire ©t G.wwtta Holland, nu Saturday, nliicli destroyed twenty bouaes, war eageed by e boy ret ting tire to bi© ntocber’© ©table la reran** ! for boing punished. el AetrfMee stria*. MALARAMM* SI. Y., FepL ll—Hi*present alive* of lh* lirot bcrbeoil (rf it* 11 roe. I Trainmen are la iowa Hid ear* in ©©cwt -ion I unoday evening Kumw ba* it that a rtrtk© on the wbnl-* Erie system I© likely to occur Iweauae of th* Em-'a hand ling Central freight. A « owargtjr 4aNMrfa«il*a Daixax, Tex , dept. ll.—Ital*bal Dough •rfp. a wealthy farmer living about six* to. n mi «* fr in bere, w** eiwasetnaiad about fi-Viook Monday night whiter.din ing nu a sofa in his house. Th© wswp<>n. whi sh wa* e shotgun i<*«-t- i with buck shot, wa* fired through th© s indow Pos*** .ire .runring the country but no trace of lh© a*, own a b is yet I ©nm found Rester atte* Mesa, th* Law Dee*. j Milk tm a Rug Pa, Rcpt, ll—George VT. Mo** iia* liern eentenced by Judge Ruw to I ai I. .a -©d for the murder of bis wile Tb* dale of his execution will foaled by the governor To the amu Mn** I mid -I arn Convinced that the Low d.w* not boid me resp xistbis for the death of my wife, aud I do not bold myself re •possible * (Heed apili O*** a Gam* rf “Crap©. " IIRWX* Colo., 8#pL ll, —A party of ce gnaw I awe mc involved in a general row over a game of “craps* ie a ©aloou in Elyria Tuesday morning, end ie lh© ami*© Tto ms* Huck nor we© ©bot dead. Oma Jackson ©ad Canrte© Hawi* were badly wounded and •« vs raj ut ba re seriously -lashed with rsnore That our STOCK lo the MONT COM PLUTE ever brought la ais*. *•<“ awa »o» Hum-thlo« New u ollu •* you cli IbT^ OARPEJTSi I •pe.-lrj,    Body Brusxe # Ingrain,    Art SqnuroH, Hug or Hemp. UST RtJG-S: Fur Moqaette,    Nmyrnn & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Julios like to one the Now oat and Finest in Houae Ooooratfosk© r* a ^,r iu'^ “ A. J. HOWELL. FALL SUITS. I Ad ... tun TO RHM TV,ET m ATTO, wm, . SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, mad* FKtiR CD IT lift SE LF CT KH KfiPRCTALLY fug FALL WEAR. _ CVT    t% THE Nor ST TLI fill RAX NEX. Witli Perfect Pit, At Figured that will Pleaoe AU. Moritz. H. O ;