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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY  volume  OU +*• J •  ALTON, ILL., THUllSDAY KY EN ING. .II'LY D>. I ”*><>•  NO XU  CASTORIA  for infants and Children.  STOB',B IS Ti EAST  I  The Village of Winthrop, Badly Chakon Up.  Me.,  not yet com plat* I, gave ***'!  HIM of briik trashed down upon the ad joining buildings nearly demolishing them. Fred Kupel, a Laker, was buried in the debris, but was not seriously in-; jure*!. Several ©them biol narrow ■ capos The l«*i on property at I ll),IM).  _  ie cst limited  GONE TO m  inuit i un  Death at New York of Clinton B Fisk.  Gen.  A Bargain.  FATAL FALL CF A CHURCH BELFRY.  |)i#it«trou# 8(Nt la OHtsrls.  Ux BKI DUK, Ont., July IO.”A terrible  _    „#    -    ,electric aud rain storm prevailed In this  "   ........ ' I ■    ;;“    Ktl a Turnip. Duhlnln* *.„«* ti.  Ste aeriou»ly That J     ()f    M uuro,    a    pro-paeons  farmer residing here, and killed hun. It ■truck ti).- burn of Joseph Watson, killed  a Cr*  Large  Prolr  -(Mud .SM", 0»*  ,*»»«- rn^iTr'’^  ore*-' IL L knew sa, » IL IU ga Oxford BL, brooklyn, H J.  Gaston* em** robe. OenM»pnU"a,  Hoar 8 to ma. n, JUarriw*, Ena-tatton. lf ma W-.fTOfe. give* ate*?, end pruuiots* mr  Wu£Th injarione aedlcaHn*  Tm Omm Cottexirr, TT Murray Street, M. Y.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  St. Louis Viillih Co.  AGENTS FOK IIIK-  Finc VARNISHES and JAPANS.  Charter Oak Stoves and  Black Diamond and Abbest©* Roofing. I ing Paper. Farce, Lift ami Spraying I  anii White Sewiug Machine*; $30 each.  Building and Sheet-timpt. New Home Agents for Ute  Celebrated MUI Fan  —fine line of  BUW and  See the Best road cart  Hi  in  the World for $10.  anil Iwjrtie# w WrtM»*n abc Will Die—Terrible Ell* et of clone on trtki* I barny I al a—A Nuuilx-r of i'MOplO MI .ting and nbl y Dr»wae«i.  WIK TMK''I*, Me., July IO.—-About. 8:30 clock Tu aday night a very #ev re wind storm (art In, a' «som panted by almost lo* c» HHrtiit thunder and lightnii • I. together tth a heavy gale. The latter rapidly in-creased in Intenalty until it i>e<ame a veritable eye Iona. It* path wee roost st rotigly Merited on the weaterly fcide of the village, living MMM 'JOO feet bi width and moving from weatto enat. I he Hr st building struck was the residence of 8.  H. Noyes, where it twisted the chimney and injured the stable adjoining.  IlenHon house one chimney waa torn down, another partially demolished, and win dows broken. The heavy tin rooting Hie village echoed building waa blown off. large frag menu being carried ac roue the village an eighth of a mile, and striking the residence of Augustus Thompson badly injured it. The chimney and win down of the school house were also Iwully damaged. The Methodist sheds were moved from their foundation*.  House* I'a roofed and Trees Uprooted.  The chimney of George Webb * residence waa blown down, and Mr. Weld* in trying to shut the door wa* blown ten feet aero** lbs room and landed in a corner. Some fifty tree* on Main street and in Die ceras-tery close by were torn up by *he toots and blown about like twig*. The roof of the cotton mill tower wa* blown away, the rad of Mr* Phurlte Howard’s barn torn off and a shed 130 feet long, connected with 8 O. Ila vie* saw mill, was badly wrecked and the lumber strewn rn all direction* A barn belonging to Un dun, , was moved about five feet George GIW den’s slaughter bouse wa* completely cb* ni'diahed and other damage waa done in hie section. The most territh force of t he cyclone waa felt in the vicinity of Methodist church. With a loud crash he belfry fell, striking upon th®  Chester H HhaW,  A VV. rn (in Fatally Injured-  Mrs. Polena B. Shaw, Mr*. Shaw’ mother, waa just closing a window upstairs whoa the great belfry the bell came crashing through the root Mrs. Hhaw was knocked picked up in a mutilated head bore fearful have effect**! her brain.  and  his hired man, Norman Davidson, stunned Davidson’* brother. The bani was burned with eleven head of thoroughbred cattie.    ______  At Erie, Pa.  BRIE. l‘» . July Mi—Tuesday, with the  thermom*t er dancing around lift degree*, is brought to a clo-# with a heavy thunder storm. A great deal of damage wa* done and one life lost. VV ill ism Smith, a mechanic, was etruck by lightning while among the memi»er» of hie family, several of whom arn seriously in jnred.    __ _  SKETCH OF HIS EVENTFUL CAREER.  Lett Fatherless at the Age of 4 Years Me Gradually Worked H!»***• lf Up la lh# YYovid Until Ile Hee*., e Candidate for the |'r«-*ldeaey *»a the PfdWfcllloa Tie (lei la !*:;»- His Military < arear—A Froasoter of Kda« ut»«a.  New York, July it).—Gen. (’link* B. Fisk died at bls resid ne*, ITI West Fifty rigidh street, this city, at H>:D a. Wednesday, la the JCI year of bb aga. The fuueral aer vie-* will lie held  SEYER BBOI BBH* HURSE  (Thick Walls) Lari^e Cellar.  with Water iii  House  i  at the  DISOBEYED THE ORDERS.  rive People Killed In a Rahway Areldent In Atabama  am, A a. July IO.- Disregard of order# caused a collision between a freight and juMscnger train on the louisville aud Snellville railroad, forty south of this city, at 6 o’clock Wednesday morning. Five people were Instantly kill rd and a sixth fatally injured. The killed *)•< F.nginc'f* .Ii,bn lireen and .I oh ii Webb, of this city; colored firemen J ArMisti-ad and Boh VV I leon. and a white i,mu Julian nameil Fai r. Hen Swops (colored) an extra 11 re man, waa fatally injured. None of th* passenger* w ere kin rd, and so tar as can is* learned none was seriously Injured. The passenger train had orders to take the siding Clear « rvex Station for the extra freight. The order was not obeyed, and a mile beyond th* station tl*« I min* cams together in a deep cut. lkdh cogito* wrens broken to PMM* and It will take a day to cl«af the wreck.  residence of  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  IE KNOCK ILL  I'  Cir  iii  dot 60x1120.  In  Depot,  Splendid INttiKhborhood, Handy to at a Sacrifice.  MUST BE SOLD.  x cuxr*># » •  Madison Aueone Methodist Episcopal church on Friday, the lith instant, at 3 o’clock. The buriel will bs at  bh oW  home, Coldwater, Mich., on Saturday, the Pith Instant. _  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  GEN. FISK’S LIFE.  iusen*!tile and condition. Her abrasions, which must   __ She    ie now in a  comatose condition and can live but a few bour* Her son ami granddaughter bare ly escaped instant death, having j chared the threshold of their -table on their return from a drive when the <r* « There were many other narrow death from falling twee,  Tbs KdasaHeaal Convert!lo*.  ST. Paul, Minn., July IO.—The PW pie’, eh arch, the largest auditorium in  tl.c city wit* Aile i to the doors Wednesday morning when the educational convention wee cm I led to order. A set of re-olutions  * [(proving the Morrill college ’’ill now tx-fore coDgWN wan » ii binit    bw com*  mlttee on resolutions. Commissioner Morgan’! plan «t Indian school# was approved. 'I i»e first subject for t alk broo lit up wa-, h paper on “psychological mid pedagogical ol*. rv st ion." bf thoru. P. Brows, of Bloomington. l h* pH|#*r 'J** wry interesting. William T. IL.ms fed lowed with a j>*peron tin! same subject. Mr Harris is Vnited States eom»l*»lca*r of education. Oilier luter sting palier* were a st) read.  in hi* the sd vent  Suits  mid Special Solo  pantaloons  Order.  came.  clwnneye and deliria lander Hate.’car-riage was struck by a large tna^thejar nag« demolished and MrMe barny hurt. Tbs streets were rendered rn pas* aide for some time and pw»pl« ®‘ IU ^ wild with excitement Never the town * history has a storm vlmted tit cst was fraught with en much damage  Tbs Good Ile Mas A retort pli-hed la This World — Hts NUMatf Us-eer.  Gen. Clinton I*. Fisk w«. b .rn in York.  IJvtri'Xstofl connty, stat* of New York The family eml|Tatet| to th* weal Infancy in I HAI. Ile bad all ages Inchlsat to a h one i i th- wd ierness lo Iwnawee eoantjr, MM» JFaiherlesa at 4 ye»rs of age, apprxutk *1 to ** farmer at p. g ad tinted in the c**untry sciio-4 house after three rn tilhs' rn ho ding each year for tour years; workod bls «ay into Al bion seminary, Michigan, where be pre pared for .Michigan university, but, failing Iii b- aith, abandoned study for com mer rial pursuit ; I ase anne a in re mot, miller aud banker, ai t old water, Mich to Bt. lamia, Mo, lu early in *****    ***  Union; became C'.lonel of  The Knights of Tftblrts.  MlLVACEEK, Wia, July IO.—The com petltlve drill of the uniform l*ythlas Iwgan Wednesday  Cold Spring perk, with Col Charlo* h>ng. -a .klu    rwtiriNt    Cilia Clipt is I*.  Knights of morning at  removed lev 0; was f,>r the the Thtrty-  of this Griffith army a* Judges.  city. retired, and Capta and lf. T. Ht**l of the regular Lech division wa* ccm officer*  it  poaedof twenty four men. three officer*   *  and  or  Mad©  to  Pl  IFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  DUaslrort*  —at -  BRUEGGEMAN’S  Artistic Tiiloring and Cent I Furnoh.ng  221 Plnen Street  Goods Emporium,  many people missing.  Result of a eyelet** « Lake Cbairtpl*l»‘-  gAKATOCIA, N. Y , july IO-The mag-nlfl<cut new hotel at Bluff Point, three  mi \ m  south of Plattsburg, on I Ake I ham-nlalu, wa* struck by a cyclone about noon Tues*lay and Imdly damaged. I he wires north of here have bien down since mam. The nearest jaunt mac bed by teUgrapb is miles from the hotel, atwl the oui) facts that can be learned from the opera-tor at that point (Port H«ry)tath* a j mvv storm prevailed on I**»ke Chara number of rowboat* were out  arc .trlctly «rat^ n-. »■ aud still ©aly medium in price.  Ar* tho bwt all ethers •aa. Xii baals and «  Oarprlr*, _  either ti ase pajm*»W terne rf prefer.    .    -    r t (a.  Call aad see •». •* lefues aad full information  and .....  t ime first, then New Grand IU,.. Is. Mich., in urder Laj.r l*,<k OI the Fort Dearborn division,  I lilcago. was sick, aud the drill of the dill im was portprmed. Omaha seem* to have ti..- lead as the place for the next conclave.  Killed llsrssll with Mslihrs I hon TOU. Ohio, July IO.—-Lucinila Jack ami, a I*sii11 iful girl of lit and daughter of wealthy parenta, committed suicide early Wednesday morning rn a curious manner TU vouug w tmaii procure I matcl.** raking them So her ate th# pol**,nou* end* and agony at about 4 o’clock.  thin) Missouri Infantry volunteers; serve*!  u im,ii the staff of Mn J. lieu. t uster, pro n..de«l lo brigadier nenenO, vol un teem, in Ugli; commanded the Thirtcei.th division of the Thirteenth Army corp* in tim Army  of I en ne**** . in  t,M * '«*•*) Passer pedttion against Fort lY-.uhieton, In the seige of Vi.kabnrg; nrden-d to Mlseonrt ta inrct. where he co* coo -c«1 si-vv* ive y the districts of sow*Mt**.»un, ». Lonis and north Mis oari; wa in commem) *>f the fore-* at Jefferson City, Mo., when Price was sucoeasfuilf restated in his attempt to ■*!*'» the capAtal of the elate', promoted to brevet u**.‘ ,r  general of volunteer*. 1*1  His AM to Freed usee.  At the clos* of th# w ar b« w.o, ordered  to Nashville, loon., ss assistant commissioner under lieu. Hownrd In Die work of Ile freedmen-’ bureau in Teamer^ and in command of the district t^ee under Gen. Thoni rn, wa* re-  J  [  ARR ACKNOWLEDGED THE  simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  - REMAINS—  Unchanged through Years  Please don’t br guiled try luff experimental ntove*. Over :MK> now in uae In  city.  into  our  a bot of room si** died in great  despite the cf  tomVtl,-    U. wrtw tor Th.  {.arent* of    the young girl    are heart  ~1    I.,'    A    number    Of    row DOH wervwvi    | >r ,,keti ov.-r t he *ad affair. I    he fat her W  «m“th*    Uke    With    people    from Bluff    Point,     thrv * tt . n t D g    vengeance on a    young Obi  un Lur »«ms    w     f     .    •    lasassfl    I    _L..    i*.    .hxiuo-Iw  and sixte***) perrtJns have not yet from and it is feared they  been were  hurt at the ho»el, but  of  heard  Sflait-li MM** wil> exceed M.000. A him))) Laurtcl* W re, keUL  OM of th. *U«C »'    -So-—  the lake in a small Uuit, i» kn*>wn ,o  being the dee J*-rate  hsve Iweu drowned. The conductor of the train from Mont real said that th. steam launch NMI ie, with twelve ~op»* on board «» wrecked near the Bluff Mal  ln> „.l Five got ashore lu safety and tbe remaining seven art* m.-dRJ-  Henry ten people who  At Port in row-  u, b. dw»».l >» ' "‘-C ™*«  the hotel was tom ‘>R  tb ‘  Wl °  1  ■md m-iirly every window In the house was ■hatter d The guest* were j*atilc stricken but none were injured.  The St or to lo Vermont. VEHnkSM-N VI . July It*.—A terrible wind, ruin and thunder storm j* «)*ed eve Vergennes Thursday night doing great dalnage Hundrwis of •h*^ ^wwra bedown The new siieiufthehhsj e Hailer I. .nu a ny wa* destroyed, tbs lum £r,«o^oi>mith Sc Mete ham ruined, the  chimneys on the novelle house hb.wnluff  and the building tsoliy damagwi Th. erects during     M    wlth   IWK* and I*u ini«ru.« M v-  ESTEY & CAMP,  ►St- Lout  233 State Street, Chicago.  910 A 918  Hou»©’  Msetioe UU* fta* 1   Olive St.  building badly  the storm were tUl^l^  t  firing signs, slate, brick# and a dack clm^d of <lu*’ J he Ugbtuiug flsahe.1 in a t* rr i ti.- ms titter aud the ti.uuder rolUni  SSttt,. h.t.law.  i,.,I The steamer " atef Lily was ca ign JTthe storm, bot lo*t no passenger* and  toih *    'Mfely.    At    Ball’s Bluff,  cairo man who is Mijwtsd  caus* of the young woman’*  Return af lt«MMtl#«oe*»-  NKW York, July IO.-Ex Alderman De Iswsy of the iaxKlk* board of I NM and Bitty Maloney, ti.* clerk of that hoard, returned Wednesday nmrning from Mon  imbctment* against liieui tl ain I . Judge Martin* «*f the court of seeebm* wa- applied to b> «n^ fo» De Lucy and Mammey to fix bail on the in dwtnmnts He decided to re ba**, th* tMHsllers tm hoods of HU.OOO *ach.  Double l»«n»estle Tragetly-  MoXTli KIU! ,N V., july IO -The'body of Mr* George T. Dtrier was found in the Be*vers’ K»U ‘•reek Humiay, she evidently cun mil ted suicide, A merit# after toe disco*er> of    ^  husband s|>ot himself de ul I be ooujita were a* out to ojajn a boarding -louse the Sullivan county trout reglon. » *• supjioeed Unsocial trouble tad to their sad  ending- __--——  Will Test the Au.l-Hrtyro.l Law.  l)mtu  s ii , .July id. Fogg sod \ I md, ii, u'turer* 8prtng» de,  PITTS Ii HIMILL.  315 Belle st.  Of Tennessee, under    _ _  markaUy sncee**fni in the w. rk of recon st ruction and restoratiou of iud u atry and good order, using hi*    “  supplementary to that of the civil law.  Dora than ‘2.UUU IWO fretslmen were allied by him In get Lug sstat.lod.ed lo their new relations. F1-k university, N«bjHlle Tenu oouduuted under the auspices of the American Missionary an*.station. ranks among the best of  tb * B»H*«Hone of learning of tkta ciasa. Gen. Frsk has been a get), ro .a prumowrof .duoaBon.wiis president of the board of trustee* of Fisk university, wa* a trial** of Dickinson college Pan o*y Dania; Dr.*w Thao log! enl rem I nary. New Jersey; iVualngtoa jwmt nary, New Jersey. *nd Albion rolieg*,  Michigan.  I an.lid ate far Uresbleal.  He was also a trustee in the American missionary association and a tnauager In  Missionary society al the Methodist  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  Spls™p3chi*rcJ» aud merniwr of th* book “    *    iiofih    and  tike foremost  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  committee. In Methodism north and  south he has l**n among in wtsbitshing r tternal reiaUous IwAmW  having few mo  .boe m#u»  Me., to be  the separated branche* Of the church, wm a member of th* ce»*br tte-1 < ape May com tuts* too; I* one of the vice J n-*ldenU of the Kvaagelieal alliance; wa* ‘ipr^nt^  by Gen. ti rant a member cf the board cf Indian co rn im## loner# in WA, for J  ywt r# chairman of the b»*rd. G, n. Ftalt, L a fond I de awl e»oq*teal adv.wat*. ha!  taen iteard rat many plaltonn, ill brtmll  of Christian minions, 8ubtla> school*, # ducat ion and lemperan " in IWW ba ran f.,r prvsld 'ii oui the I* ..hibnlon tu ket, — reiving 'W.«ff  have cause'I two of their workmen arrested and plarwd un*U r t.\0 «  Our Prices  WILL m FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Slyles-  Th»n lo aov other bouw lo Alton. In con«.,u-nc. o, tho ti KF (IT KXTKNT of our SALES ne ore 'Dallied to do HuHim-Ht oo a VERY CLOSE MARDIN aod It la a rec-ogaiged fact that we bandi* by far  LARMER QUANTITIES OF ROODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TUE CITY.  S.  after The damage  aUamer Oriole reached I Uttsburg th* storm broke and taeefe-ta very large. _______  At Plattsberg. t.  July VO.—A sjwcial from to The Herald say#: A  H 5 .   1  III  I lr  rn* ii  New York,  Plattsburg, X Y., terrific wind storm passed over this city luL’.ay afternoon. 8*wr#l    ^  ^rtndouciut^nr#!*©*! time- TW*i uay  wa. intensely  1 *» r « ' tn ‘ 1     A , h «  the at m*-epl»«rt cimngetl Mi Uleuiy the iky waH«*vercwrt ami * Our b ruado fuUoWrtd. Hug# I*-, vt re Mtap.^ g aud upioofod. houses *ere ui.rt*.fe i an i  ”    ,     iia_»    (■*«•    i    ^    incut    en-  nu*)! There w a.  ami  a-Ua. ,te>I>r * ©overed the MrwU — —  m £}&* W‘ re san* aru o.,wu am •     1     -    drowned.    The  eev-  aui-  kws  «d while other#  wer *  ta v*ry great. __  At Salsiwartv* *• T#  Hat,AM AKI A. X Y.,J«ly IO- A-. excrp-tltmally violent storm visltoi this place  at Til* ©’clock Tuewlay     r * u " l " g   damage lo property. Ii** tbird-  thc uext n-iiuuf cmtrt to test th. new law in Maine n_-*in*t the oon.plracy'^TTk aud t«. j.iwv ut non union men from work  lug       —  X ar rage t statw* at  UtsBDY, July IO.-Tire Boston art cour niissicu has formally •«<, l**d the modsl for tile Admiral Farragut .tattle submit ted to the city government bf    ***  ivit*on the sculptor, and will ufflcially ail vise tin* mayor to coof iud- the contract fur the execution of the s* »< aa.  AflAir. at Bream *f"»-Bt KWK A VU Ka, July IO-An i-ei* of bank uotoe totlu-am rn* of IMP, AUM MO for the rn lier the of financial crisis ha* lawn ant bori st*1 by th* jwci.ieut of the Argcn  I ..(.IC    I-""-    -.........  hewn creo<«-1 **»»  t<J *' reject bm of th* prop*w  _ ^TZagte* 7 #  nm%   Kylxmvk «•), Midi., july W w H F.  Orrutt  of ihe moat promnwnt Udiet  in tbo city, a' de ttb’s door trout uke try •* •») U’4.si. Wha &**  j r 1 . in .i-ad uf quinine.  I .a tirlppr la Chiu*.  \iis~ July IO.—Dispatch** and lett*r* received here from Chia* re.ort an extrw  ordinary epiiforaic **f it* ll * 4 ’  w W® b  “** spread with Urftbl# rajihli > the erupiiv Half the ,sip..Uumi of P^krn aud of sev**'.#l other large    I  attacked lif the nintwly. » Ln;* “ u '™  jwnded ani public badness ta inter J  rn ptwt  SPRING SLITS.  I am now receiving a large nod vane i dock of^Clolhfi.  excitement haa i iou tm* her • by th# I ate! ling i'Wti.  her  mi* u in-  iimiis u) *•»#) Pender.  LovnoK. J*)y 10.-l*#dy Pender, wlfo OI 8„ John I’ender, the cable king, dtad d I  r  naidrnre In Arlington sirtet- I* lier iateuttott to have gone t.. hgdjjj ii ne Kook, tirav a week einc*. but  rr.r    •.    ^  ti!. !«/!,»hio ba# written a book, ret i» the j)ubli»i • rs’ haada- which w.lUhoa ber devotion to a*”!    history  pre'nil.ng'SinJM. for Spfinic Suit*, which I na pi'pnrcd lo uinlw up in lh, Most Faslaionablel  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit.  Reasonablt Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  juriou-  great  ■tory of th# new  Becker and Maury block.  pri. e# af ^ ale. #t-h*as  utsl >    .I*    At    Ui«H.ter    Wednsw  day tho i e** f®»  ■take* n t« ” , * u b >' niuir ecc-un i aud horses scxf tad.  th. Prince of Watal Hurtfoot, with Ma  Alloway third, fcigd  Wife Murder awd a*leid*.  (.MAH». N.b. J-', w-ruv.aras  .    being    abo* through the head.  ^ri evwim he # ease of wife murder  HIT.'., bl., . IC J-tou*) "I ,b *  bu '  band.       —  Hr the Kerosewe » Wits.  Kail pa Jal* 14-Mr*. Mary  t    is    uilmula** ber kitchen  ire wlhtr^ St expl'wion followed  ■lid -fie WX. ronrttid to a crisp Her baby  wit* a1 ^9 b ftii;  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.   

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