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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                LTON DAILY TUESDAY JULY Ihick Walls InSplendid llandy to at ii 310 Belle ABB ACKNOWLEDGED THE Most Lasting Economical Please dont lc gulled into trying experimental Over 300 now in use in our 315 Belle TO an Ink that Combines all the Qualities of tuo Champion Violet Writing and Copying VIOLET TING COPYII FLUID The only permanent Violet Ink made It will copy years after It will not mould or It flows freely and does not get It deposits no ISJThe Best Ink made for persons who have weak or who write by As every mark made with this Ink cazi be distinctly tSFli is absolutely noncorrsive a steel pen can be used in it for months and is especially adapted for use in the Stylographio or Fountain Levisous BlueBlack Writing This Celebrated BlueSlack WritingFluid we guarantee superior to any fluid in the While it retains all the qualities of the best fluid it has many which other inks do not possess 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scoretary of the treasury for such re portti of thu commission on the valuation of stigitr nt UIP New York custom house an Imve ahcndy bcun The senate then proceeded to the consideration of tho sundry civil appropriation AV llaon made u statement of the status ol tho various appropriation bills The Agri executive ami Judi military academy and the army bills have become laws the consular and dip lomatic bill was in the hands of the presi dent the District of Columbia and the fortifications bills were pending in con ference the Indian bill would be reported soon the the river and harbor and the sundry civil wore still un acted on by the The general de ficiency bill was still Among the amendments to tho sundry civil bill re ported and agreed to by the senate wore Inserting item of for the comple tion of the building and approaches of the postofflco and court house at Balti more increasing the item for repairs to tho Chicago custom house from to inserting item of for pub lic building at New Conn In tho house Enloo of ris ing to a correction of the stated that on Saturday he had called the atten tion of the speaker to the fact that Ding who was speaking on the silver was exceeding his He failed to find any mention of it in the He did not know whether it was the fault of the reporters or the editor of The He did not wish to be put in the attitude of being ignored by the After colloquy on the matter between Euloe and the the IfUtor replied that he had no recollection of the He presumed the matter had been left out ol tho as such things frequently The Record was by no means a perfect transcript of the and never hod The house then went into com mittee of the whole upon District of Co lumbia the bill under considera tion being the Atchison railroad A CHANCE FOR UNCLE Spain Wants to Sell the Island of Cuba for WASHINGTON July Senors Hipollto Murua and Poltarpo constituting a special commission from the Spanish have visited Washington within the last five Their movements have been very mysteri but the fact has leaked out that their mission is a quasi diplomatic one to ascer tain the both on the part of the government of the United Stetes and of the Cuban residents as to the possi ble eventual annexation of the island of Cuba to the United During their stay in Now whence they arrived they thoroughly canvassed the views of the SpanishAmerican ele ment in that and found them almost unanimous In favor of Tlio Advantages of the Senor Munoza said that Spain would probably take for the The object Spain has in ascertaining the disposition on tho part of the United States to acquire CubaIs that It sees a way to relievo ite overburdened settle its international and place it more on a par with other European nations with tho money that can be Im mediately obtained from the Spain would be placed In a position to secure a loug projected alllanca with and the eventual absorption of Portugal and her manifold colonial Vor mi Educational WASHINGTON July Tho house committee on education has authorized a favorable report on the bill in the senate by Morrlll to establish an edu cational and apply the proceeds of the public livnda aud the receipts from ceri tain land grant railroad companies to the more couiplute endowment and support of collegua for the advancement of scientific and industrial unit WASHINGTON July Tho senate Saturday passed the two subsidy bills one giving vowels a bonus for carrying the mails and it provides for a bonus to ves sels loaded or unloaded entirely at Ameri can Both classes of bonuses are to go only to American officered by Tho Sllvur UIU WASHINGTON July President Pro Tomporo lugalls and Speaker Rood httvo signed the silver The measure has been sent to the president for The president Monday after noon approved the silver Ilaiik of WASHINGTON July The house committee on war claims has ordered a favorable report on the house bill for the relief of the creditors of the Bank of wblch is in The bill appropriates to make tho pay Approved by thu WASHINGTON July The presi dent has approved the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill aiid tho agri cultural deifiUtuiuut appropriation FREMONT Called to II11 Long Homo After A Very llrlcr NKW Jtily John Charles tha first candidate of the publican party for died at the home of hifl adopted the wife of 49 West Twenty fifth at oclock Sunday after Heath was duo to inflammation of tho There were present at the bedside his of the and hla William Tho generals sicknMu was of comparatively brief duration and dated in its first stugcR from the heat of lost when the thermometer wont up to 100 srees in the On that dtiy tho old general went down to where his adopted daugh was nnd tho excessive heat afToetod him very se A Scrlouo When he returned home ho fell On tho following he ex perienced Home aud on TUunidtty ivus but he did not Matters tustimed KO serious u turn Friday that he for hie The doctor advised tho sick man lo lake a sail and get a little fresh ha was out on the water he got a Kul Friday night ho sent for Morton On the following the disease peritonitis had developed enough to show Its true but even then the cose was not considered dangerous and a dispatch to that effect was sent to Sea Final dissolution was The general was 7 years and 6 months old Sunday at tho time of his BIQ BLAZE AT TERRIBLE DOMESTIC July Tho Democrats of the Flrat lllliioib dUtrlut have unani mously nominated of Hyde Park for Walter Nowborry was nomi nated for by the of the Fourth eoutfrwuloiml TUB Iron TrtAv July Joanna one the largest In the which JIM been Idlo sinw last ra arwrutloM Saturday Iron men report that trade i TUowUMrorop BngJuud has been badly dwuagwi b wind rain A Wall Paper Factory and Planing Mill July which originated Sunday in Atkinsons turning and planing mill at Tenth street and Susquehanna destroyed that and most of Atkinsons luraber in the yard and then spread to and destroyedCarey Broth ers fivestory wnll paper factory occupying an entire 300 by 120 The fire spread so rapidly that no attempt could be made to save tho andall edorts were concentrated upon preventing tho spread of the flumes among tho sur rounding Driven from Their These were though many of them wevd scorched and soiuo of the roofs were smashed by the falling walls of the fac the occupnnts escaping by hurried Carey estimate their loss at on stock and machinery and 000 on buildings Atkiuson places his loss insur ance Adjoining property vvns damaged to the extent of about making the total loss about The origin Of the fire is Murder Ends a Lovers July excite ment was caused at Mont gomery by the murder of Miss Mary aged by Clinton aged aud the subsequent suicide of The two hid a lovers quarrel which was ended by Sehu neck shooting the killing her in He then shot himself through the inflicting a wound from which ho cannot Tho girl bore a good while the murderer was of questionable A Body July body of a man about 30 years of dressed In thu uniform of a Knight of was found in tho river at Huron street bridge His watch andmoney were in hia pockots and a tag on his coat bore tho name of Noth ing else was found to identify It Is supposed that he walked or fell off the Goodriohs companys Follow knights are trying to reach his friends by Theodore Tllton Heard NEW July Heralds special says grand master of Masons of On who has just returned from Eng says he attended the installation of the AngloAmerican lodge and witnessed tho ceremony which put Theodore late of in the It was a remarkable as it was the first time au American was made master of an English They Took Thulr Lint July morning officers found three women lying In a drunken stupor In a dive kept Jo hanna Bicburdson at 159 Canal street One of the women named Mollie Campbell has since died from the effects of the liquor and her two Jennie Chambers and Johanna are not expected to Botli Women Ilojpod July a traveling pleaded guilty in the municipal court of the county Saturday to bigamy and was fined Wife 1 pleaded in court for his release and wife 2 paid the fine and court expenses from the money whioh she secured from the festive gambler while she supposed she was A WollKmuvn Journalist July Mo a wellknown dlecj at Saturday iHe had acted as Washington correspondent and also been connected with the Amer ican Press and National Press associa Tho funeral will bo held at July bos been re ceived here of a ralil by tho Zcrnmpar tribe on the camp of the sultans son near The camp was taken completely by Troops and slaves woro mer cilessly slaughtered by tho and fifteen prisoners were burned A Bostriiotlvu Wurm Jn July largo tract of Ba varia is Infested with worms whioh we destroying verdure of all kinds with groat It Is estimated that of pine and fir larga and have boon while vinos aud smaller plants have buim swept Ivo High li NKW July loe dealers of this city Imva given notice thftt after Monday will bo charged per pounds for As western Ice oau UB delivered bwro for about 3 pur MieprolialiUHy U Vhat thii rutu will bo A Michigan Mil Wife Than fthoott July oclock Sunday six miles north of a comparatively wealthy farmer named Perry Aged 60 shot and killed his wife and then The cause ot the tragedy was largely a quarrel over Comstock lost his first wife two or three yeftrs Shortly afterward he married Miss Mary about 30 years Qiarrels have been and Satur day Comstock decided not to remain with her husband aud went to a neigh whore ohe spent the Fearing the wrath of his adopted father a youth of npjmt tho night the The young man WAD sent after Com stock very enrly Sunday and she returned The Bloody Deed Another quarrel and Corn stock got his gun aud followed after hla who meanwhile had run down the road about twenty A single shot killed her Comstock then re turned home and after ineffectually chas ing bis adopted son around the barn fired one shot through hU own Fear ing this would not he deliberately took off hincoit and DreU u nccond shot from tho rifle through hla He died Comstock leaves a child 8 months It Is generally be lieved that Comstock wtxs One re port snys he was jealous of his adopted Comstock formerly resided in NonStriking Hallway NEW July first session of the Independent Ord er of Ball road Conductors was held Sunday after noon at the Coleman This organ ization is an offshoot from the old national which at its lout conven held at decided to abolish the clause In Its by that forbade its iiienilKjw to purticipaUi in any The new organization is non striking and has an insurance feature on the assessment The presidentis Attempted Train N July dastardly attempt was mode to wreck the west bound North Shore limited at this The train wns txvo minutes ahead of time when it approached and the en gineer reduced speed to about forty At the east of Orchard bridge the locomotive left the It was found that the twitch lock had been broken and the switch turned with the evident inten tion of wrecking the Shot by an July special from Caleb a promi nent young farmer near shot while working in his fields last Thursday by some person concealed in an adjacent He is thought to be dyr Suspicion falls upon a man named Bod who bus been living at Fords house and it Is bad be trayed a female relative of An Kxhorter In a Had July Thomp son Was arrested Saturday night in where ho is an charged with in flicting Injuries upon Charles which are likely to prove fatal Thei in juries are said to have been inflicted while Thompson was froriiihis but Thompson claims that they were received in an Thompson Is an excommon LeHllo Situ Uown on Do NEW July Worlds Lon don special says Just as the City of Rome was pulling upanchorto leave Liverpool for Now York Saturday Frank Leslie sent ashore the following dis patch to The Worlds London corre spondent In reply to a message wired to her t am not but am starting for home to attend to my work and to pre pare for my lecture The BOM Oh token July a wholesale and retail dealer In ladles dross Sunday night finished eating 120 spring chickens in 130 consecutive The eating took place in a restau rant nad always for He will con tinue indefinitely eating Good News for tho July Readings Keystone colliery started up after several months The works em ploy 800 THE TIOQA Lutoit Indicate That Forty Peo ple ttoro July latest police re port relative to Friday nights explosion on board the steamship Tioga would Indi cate thatovor forty persons were blown into The head officers of the Union Steamship company are willing to concede that twentyfive were a careful review of the situation and a re count of the known dead and missing raised the to more than The work of pumping out the water logged stern compartment of the Tloga wus finally accomplished Sunday after noon without accident and six additional five of them colored and one were taken from the myriad of oil barrels and cotton and sent to the No effort was made to get into the after end of the It is be a number of additional bodies are The number of bodies delivered at tins morgue is and of those twelve have been positively Two More Itodlui Two more victims of the Tioga steam boat disaster wore found They aro Kdwnrd Fiteglbbons of era played as a waiter on the and u deck Both were discovered floating in the Thii brings the niinibvr of the dead up to Kluven men are still Mid of tbenu four Mong to tho Ixwrti Drowned While July Crescent Beach on Sunday afternoon Justus Kotehara and all ot became exhausted while bathing and cried or the man aging proprietor of the StratUuiore swam out nnd brought Duarte safely to the while others assisted Granger to KiWutT started out again for but he had Upon turning to regain the beach Kimufr beard a cry Cor help aud succeeded In grouping and bringing to shore Poinlnloo another bather who had bqaoma Komhttiun body was not i DEALER IN OIL WILL1 BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and styles Than in any other house In consequence of tue GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSK MARGIN and it is a reo ognized fact that we handle by far Q0ANTITIE3 OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I tttu now receiving a large and varied stock of In allthe prevailing for Spring whioh I am prepared to make up In the GUARANTEELNQ A Perfect Reasonable Bates and Complete 112   

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