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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 15, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 mk?' . ll ss I v   »g;^ Ii  :  ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOljUMfi 549*  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, .JULY 15. 1890.  NO  Levison’s Blue-Black Writing Fluid.  We  til  TO  Produce an Ink that Combine* all the Qualities of the  Champion Violet Writing arid Copying Fluid.  This r'(kbrtUnl /Hue-Block Writing Fluul we guarantee superior to any writing fluid In the market. While it retains all the qualities of the best fluid inks, it has many which other inks do not possess:  hirst Brilliancy of color, being a dark blue, enabling you to see what you write, a great advantage over the pale ink now- in use;afterwards changing to a deep permanent black.  St con. I Fluidity, a clear, thin fluid; it deposits no sediment.  Third—It will not fade.  Fourth It will not mould.  Fifth- While we do not claim this Ink non-corrosive, we do claim it will have less effect on steel pens than any other fluid ink made.  Get the Best.  Tile ‘♦Cheapest** is not always the hest; the Ii CHT is always the ellen peat.  The (mig permanent Violet Ink made It will copy years after writing.  It will not mould or thicken.  It flows freely and does not get gummy.  It de(K>sits no sediment.  •arThe Best Ink made for persons -who have weak eyes, or who write by j gaslight, As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly seen.  terr It is absolutely non-connive (a i steel pen can be used in it for months) and is especially adapted for ase in the Btylographic or Fountain Pens. •  CteJJepH  Third and Piasa sis.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  - AGENTS FOB TURSI. Louie Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPAN8.  Charter Oak Storrs anil Kalif $  Black Diamond and Astasias Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewing Machines; $30 each. Agouti for the  It  —FINE LINE OF—  Carriages. Baggies and Spring Wagons  Seethe Best HOAD CART  in  U*  Wor,(J for  • ,0 *  11 IBM Ms Cl  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  IE KNOCK ALL COMi'ETlTION.  Grand Special Hale iii Suits or Pantaloons  Made to Order.  PEBFECT FIT AID SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  —AT—  BRU EGGE MAN’S  Artis’ ic Tailoring and Btnfi Fumiahing Good! Emporium,  221 Flaw* ntroet.  IT IS NUT PESUT.  What the Speaker Says of the Congressional Record.  WORK OF NATIONAL LAW-MAKERS.  (’•moderation or tho Sundry civil Appropriation mil In ||^« fpiHtr llrnnrh ol CoagrM* A < hance for TUI. Govern-(?* Hor tit# I-I miiS of (aba from  -Pre, i‘i,t Harrison Hlgni th. •Alvar lull—Capital Culling*.  Washington Cut, .July l.V — In the sen fit* Moutlay morning Hoar offer# I a roeo I tit iou, which wa* agmxl to, calling on the secretary of the treasury for such ie purls of the conimW*i<m on the valuation of sugar at th*- New York custom bonav a. have already Ixwrn f ransmitted. The senate theu proceed# I to the consideration vt the sundry civil appropriation MIL Al baun made a stat elm ut of the status of tho various appropriation bills; The ngrl cultural, ley in I af I re, executive ami pull-elal, military academy aud the army bill* have bei oms law.; tbs consular aud diplomatic bill was in the hand. of the president; tlte District of ColuraMs aud the fortifications bills were pending in conference; the Indian bill would be reported soon; the naval, the pension, river sud hsrt>or and the sundry civil were attn unacted on by the senate. The general de flouncy bill wa* still behind. Among the amend menu to the sundry civil bill re  I cried and agreed to by the senate were* liserting Item of FN',OOO for the compte lion of the building and approach*. of the postoffice and court house at Haiti-Blore; Increasing the item for repairs to the Chicago t us tom house from ft’), n 0U to UGO,UK); inserting item of fau.OOO for public building at New London, Coon.  House I’ruo-rdlnp.  In the hon-<• Kulm- of Tennessee, rising to a correction of the record, stated that on Saturday he hail called the at ten tion of the speaker tc the fact that Ding ley, who was a|<eaking on the silver MU, was exceeding hi* time. He failed to And any mention of it in the record Ila did not know whether it was the fault of th* reporter* or the editor of The Kecord, He did not wish to be put in the attitude of being ignored by the a; leaker. After so-ii* colloquy on the matter between Kill.ie and the speaker, the latter replied that he had no recollection of the circum .tau ic*. He presumed the matter hail been left out of tho report, aa such things frequently wire. The Record was by uo means a perfect transcript of the prm.-edinga. arid never had been, The bouse t hen went into committee of the a bole upon District of Columbia affair*, the bill urn!or consideration being the Atchison rai'road bill.  A CHANCE FOR UNCLE SAM.  •pain Wants to Sell the I.laad af Cuba  for a •ton, moo OOO.  Washisk.to'- CITY, July IS.—Ken in Hipolito Murua and Poliarpo Mimosa, constituting a *|x»ciai com mission from the Hpantsh government, have visited Washington within the last five days Their movements have been vary mysterious, but Hie fact bas h ik -d out that their mission Is a quasi diplomatic one to ascertain the feeling, both on the part of the government of tbs United State, and of the Cuban residents bere, aa to the possible eventual annexation of the island of Cuba to Die United States. During their May in Sew York, whence they arrived Ism* Monday, they thoroughly can vee,ad the view-* of the Span Uh-American element in that city, and found them almost unanimous in favor of annexation lh* Ad vantage, of the Bale.  Senor Mimosa said that Spain would probably take IAU,OU),OGU for the island. The object Spain haa in ascertaining the dUpoeition on the part of the United States to acquire Cuba U that It anes a way to relieve its overt rn rdened finances, settle its International disputes, and place it more on a par with other European nation* with th# money that eau ba im mediately obtained front the sale. Spain woald be placed In a position to secure e long pro)#* ted alii,mea with France, and the eventual absorption of Portugal and ber main fold colonial interests.  OEN FREMONT DEAD.  Called to tilt Long lf nm# After a Vary Uriel llliie...  NKW YOKU, July 15.-Gen. John Charles Fremont, th* first candidate of th* Republican party for president, died at the home of his adopted daughter, the wife of Col. ll. M. Dorter, 49 West Twenty-fifth street, at 3:90 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Death was due to inflammation of the bowels Then* wots present at the bedsitle hi.* son, Lieut. J. C. Fremont, of the navy, and bis physician, Dr. W illiam J. Morton. Tit* general's sickneaa wa* of comparalivety brief duration and date! in it* first stag'-* from the excessive heat of last Tuesday, when the thermometer went ap to IOU d • rn** in the city. On that day the Md general went down to Keabrifjht, N. J., when* hi* adopted daughter, Mr*. Col Porter, wa* stopping, aud th* excessive heat affected him very seriously.  A Serins* Tarn.  When he returned home he fell ill. On the following day. Wednesday, he experience I i«*one {lain, aud on Thursday wan worse, but he did not complain. Matters **<• turned mi serious a turn Frhlay that he -#nt for bl* physician. The dot tor advised the sick man t »take a sail and «ct a little fresh air. WH Ie ha was out on th* wafer he got a b t I chill Friday night ho sent for Dr. Morton again. On the following morning, Sat unlay, the disease (peritonitis) had developed enough to show it* trne character, but even then the case wa* not considered dangerous and a dispatch lo that effect w.-.s Kent to Sea-bright. Final dissolution was sudden. The genera] wa* Tt years aud fl months old Sunday st the time of his death.  BIO BLAZE AT PHILADELPHIA.  TERRIBLE DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.  A Michigan Man Kill* HI* Wife and Then Shoot* ll I ms# lf.  Owosso, Mich., July ll—About, 4:40 o’clock Sunday morning, six miles north of Owosso, a comparatively wealthy farmer named Perry Comstock, aged BO year*, shot and killed bls wife and then shot himself. The cause of the tragedy wa* largely a quarrel over property. Mr. Comstock blat his drat wife two or three year* ago. Shortly afterward he married Mins Mary Collin*, about 'JU years old. (J larrel* have been constant, and Saturday Mr*. Comstock decided not to remain with her husband aud weut to a neighbors, where she spent the night. Fearing the wrath of bi* adopted father Ollie, a youth of ‘Ss, spent lite uight In the boro. 'Die yin.ag man we sent after Mrs. Comstock very early Munday morning, and she returned home.  The Hilted y lived A cram {dished.  Another quarrel followed, aud Mr. Comstock got hi» gun aud followed after bl* wife, who meanwhile bad run down the road about twenty rode A single shot killed her Instantly. Comstock then returned home and after ineffectually cha* lug his adopted son around the barn fired one shot through his own breast. Fear lug thin would not kill, he delttieratrly took off Id* cod .md fired a second shot from the repea lug rifle through his bead. lls died instantly. Comstock leave* a child A months old, It is generally be lieved that Comstock was Insane. One report says lie was jealous of his adopted son. Mr*. Comstock formerly resided in Hatava, N. Y.  A Bargain.  (I h:i*k Willis) with Waler Iii Iloune. Large Cellar.  to  A Wall raper Factory and (Malting Milt  Hnrnrd- Loss, 0000,000.  Pm la PKI. rn i a, July 15-Fire which originated Hun day in HL T. Atkinson'* turning and planing milt at Tenth street  anti Susquehanna avenue, destroyed that structure aud moat of Atkinson’* lumber In the yanl opposite, and then spread  to and destroyed Carey Brother's five-story wall paper factory occupying an entire block, -TW tty 190 feet. The fire spri-Hd en rap; liy that no attempt could lie made to now tile factory, and ail elTott* wetc coneen rated up rn preventing the spread of the flame* among the surrounding tenement*.  Driven from Their Home*.  Thew? were saved, though many of them were Mcorchcd end -nm? of the roofs were *ma*h#d by the falling wall* of the fee lory, the occupant* ping by hum-1 Aucht. Carey lim* estimate their haw at A oi.onn tm iinck and machinery and RI si,-OOHu# buildings; insurance; #*«,«*> Mr. At kit son place* bi* I> ms att (So,OOO; inaur anre (97,000 Adjoining property wee damaged to the extent ut about 110,001, making the total bm? aWit fivw.UOO. The origin of the tire is unknown.  For aa Kdueattoaal Fa tut.  Washington C'itv, July ll The bouse committee on education baa authorised a favorable report on the bill introduced iii the senate by Morrill to establish an edn-rational fund, and apply the proceed* of i the public land* aud the receipts from certain land grant railroad com pa a ii* to the j more complete endowment and support of college* for the advancement of scientific ' and industrial education.  NtitiaMy Hill* Fesses.  Wahi*i not 1  >\* CITi’, July IV—The senate j Saturday pavwd the two eutmidy WU* one , giving vowels a bourn? for carrying the mail-* and ii provide* tm rn lam us to ves-eel* loaded or unloaded entirely at American ports. 11* >th cia**#* of boti use* are to j go only to American ship*, officered by  Americano _  The Silver HUI II|*mI  Washieotow City. July iv— President Pro Tempore In gal I* and Speaker lh-od have aigiu-d th# silver WU. The measure has been scut to the president for hts  approval,  l.ATKii -The president Monday afternoon approved the stiver WIL  Haak of LmMam Creditors  Wash I NOTUS CITY, July IV—The house committee tm war claim* haa ordered a favorable retort on t he house bdl for the relief of the creditor* id the Bank o| Louisiana, which U in bankruptcy. Tbs WU appropriates IU,tnt) to make the pay men t.  Approved by the President.  WAflMMit-’M City. July IV —The pried-1 dent ba* approved th* diplomatic and consular appropriation bill and the agricultural d> part matt* appropriation WIL  M ti ut I ual • .I to Caam re**.  CHK Amt. July IV- The Democrat# of the Find I iii Hoi* di oriel have unaul ntously nominatoti (I. W Ewing of Hyde Park for cong re**.  (fen Walter C. Newberry wa* numb f listed for congress, by the Democrat* of the Fourth coiqfro**natal 4i«trlct.  The Ira* Trade lni|ir u «l*|,  Hkaping, I** , July Ut—Th# Joanna furnace, on* of the largest In tit* county, , which baa been idle elm?* taal fall, re sumcd operations hat onlay night, iron men report that trade is improving.  The wheat crop of England haa lawn badly damaged by wind ami rain storms ,  Murder End* a Laver'* Quarrel.  Kkadinu. Pa, July UL—Groat excitement was caused at FogieysviUe, Mout-gomr ry co inly, .Sunday, by th.* murder of Mio? Mary Brunet, aged 14, by tliatbn Kchuneck, ared 85, aud the subsequent suicide of 8. duDeck.    The two had a j  lover's quarrel which was ended by Helm-, neck shotting the girl, killing her instantly. He then dmt himself through’ the head, inflicting a wound from which he cannot recover. The girl boro a good r< potation, while the murderer wa* of questionable character.  A K. I*.'* Rig| Found.  Milwaukee, WW. July ll.—The body of a iran about no year* of age, dreseed In the uniform of a Knight of Pytlila*. was b und in the river at Huron street bridge Sunday Iii* watch and money were in his povk -t- and a tog on hie coat bore the u one of J. II Hit- h, (J ne va. Neb. Nothing else was found to identify him. It iv SU pp* sad that he walked or fell off th* Goodrich'* company's dock. Fellow  :  knights are trying to roach his frieud* by telegraph.    __  Theodore Tutor Heard From.  New Tom, July lh -The Herald's Kingston, Ont., s{n*ci*l says:    R. T.  NY a! hem, grand master of Masons of On I ta Ho, who Its* jo-! returned from England, say* be attended the installation of the Anglo-American lodge and witnessed J the ceremony which put Theodore Tilton, late of Brooklyn, N. V., in the chair. It was a remarkable occasion, as It wa* the first time an American was made master of an English lodge.  The j Took Their Lost Uproo.  Buffalo, N. Y„ July ii -Sunday j morning offiit rs found t bree women lying  in a drunken stupor In a dire kept by Jo henna Richardson at ISM Canal street One of the women named Mollie Campbell has since died from th* effects of the liquor and her two comiiatiion* Jennie Chambers aud Johanna Richardson, are not expected to recover.  Both YYnmen Helped HIM.  Bk UHT, VVI*., July IV —Fred Cann, a traveling gambler, pleaded guilty In the municipal court of the county Sat unlay to bigamy and was fitted pjm Wife No. I  Sleaded in court fi r hi* release and wife o. 9 paid th# fine and court expense* from th* money which ab* secured front [ the (active gambler while che supposed ah* wa* Mr*. Conn.  A YI rll-lim*a it Journalist Head.  lit all EST EK. N Y., July IV—C. C. McDonald, e well-known journal tat, died at Dayton, N Y , hat unlay morning. He ha*I acted as Washington correspondent and alw been eon me ted with the American Prows and Nat tonal Pros* associations. The funeral will be beld at Caba, Monday.  ____  M«-r< llt-saly Slaughtered.  Ta no I KH July 15 —News has been re-Drived here ai a rei I by the Zen)moor trill# on the tamp of tin* ? ut tan'# son near Hale# The camp wa? taken completely : by surprtae. Tnaipe aud slave* wen- mer | otiosely slaughtered by the raider*, sod fifteen prisoners were burned alive.  A Heat r««‘tIve Warm Im Ila? aria.  London, July IV—A large tract of Ba varia is infested with worms which are destroying venture id alt kind* with great rapidity. It is sstimated that upward? of gm.iUu pine aud Ar trot large an I anisil, have been rained, while vin#* and »rn aller plant* have h»*<» *wept clean  lr* I* High is Haw Orleans.  New GULI'vvs. tai. July IV The Us* dealer* of this city h%\*> given notie* that after Monday deafer? rn iii lw char*#?! IT 50 per I Guo )#• iuds bar leo Aa w. stern Ice, can be delivered hen* for a I* ait 05 per tun, the probability is that Lid*, rate will he short lived.  S  Non-St viking Hallway ('end ar I ors.  New YOUK, July IV—The first annual session of the Independent Order of Bali I road Conductors was held Munday after- : noon at the Coleman bourn. Thin organisation is an offshoot from the old national organisation, which, at it* last convention, held at Rochester, decide I to abolish the clause lit Its by I a-vs that forbade its Member* to participate in any strike. Th# new organisatioa I# non striking and bm mu insurance feature on the aaneeement i plan. The president ta CL K Wheaton.  Attoinptrd Trois YA rocking.  Medina, N Y.. July lf.—A dastardly , attempt wa* melt to wrack the weal- J bound N »rth Shore I railed at this point.  1  Tit* train waa two minute- ahead of time wh* ti it approach*. <1 Medioa, and ti)* en- ! gin -cr real ii el spec I to about forty in lies. At th.* emt en I of Oak < lr? hard bridge the locomotive left the trnck, It was found tim! the twitch lock hat! been broken and tile switch turned with th* evident intention of wrecking tin* train.  Shot by aa Assassin.  Pmiladf.i .PHIA, July IV-A special from Dover, Del, say*: Caleb Ford, a prominent young farmer near Hartley, was Khot while working in his fteida last ThunaUy bv nome Mr>»n collocated in an adjacent *w imp. He is t bought to be dying. Suspicion falls upon a man named Hodwell, w h*> hoe been living at Furtl'i bouse and who, it is rumored, had betrayed a female relative of Fori.  An KihsrKr In a Hag Has.  Reading, Pa , July IV—William Tbotnp-eon was arrested Hat unlay night in church, where he I* an exhottrr, charged with inflicting injuries upon Charles Weekly which sr?* likely to prove fatal. The injuries are said to have lawn inflicted while Thom [won wa* ejecting Wealsy from his house, but Ttioapson rial ms that they were received in an accident, Thompson ie an ex-coiiiruon councilman.  Mrs. Leslie sit* Dunn on Ha Leu*III*.  NKW York, July IV- The World's London special say*: Just aa tbs City of Rome was pulling up anchor to leave IJverpoo! for New York Saturday Mrs. Frank Leslie sent ashore tbs following dispatch to The World's London cor re-* {ton lieut in reply to a message wired to ber: "I am not engaged, but am starting for bom* to attend to my work and to pre pate for my lecture season. *’  The Ho** Thicken Eater.  Cincinnati. July IV—John Hid well. a wholesale and retail deafer in ladies' dross trimmings. Hominy night finished eating 19D spring chi. kens in IR) consecutive  day*. The rntiug took place in a roelau rout and alway* for supper. Ile will con  ti ii ue indefinitely eating chickens  Good How* far th* Miner*.  Ashland. Pa , July IV—Th* Reading'* Keystone colliery started up Monday, after several months' idleness The works employ EUO persona,  THE TIOGA DISASTER,  La tea I i(<|„>rt« Indicate That Forty People Her* Killed.  CHK AUO, July IV -Th* latest polio* re  port relative to Friday night's explosion on board the ataomahip Tioga would I od! cate that over forty persons were blows into eternity. Tbs head officers of the Union Hteamahip company ars willing U concede that twenty-five wert killed, bal a careful re? lew of th* situation and a recount of the known dead aint missing raised th* number to more than forty. The work of pumping oat the water I. gged stern compartment of th* Tioga was finally acconipl'sbrd Holiday after noon w,tbout accident and six additional bodies, Av* of them colored and on* white, were taken from the myriad of oil barrel* end cot ten bale*, and seat to th* morgue No effort wa* ma?ie to get into th# after cml of tbs com|kartiiieut, wbare, it is be  1  In vt d, a number of additional bodies ato buried. Til* un tuber of U>d)«A delivered at Ute morgue ie twenty, ami of thaw twelve have l**-o positively Identified.  Tv* Moro IOmIU-* Fused.  Two more victim* of tbs Dug* a teem boat diuuter wen foutul Munday. They ar hMwarol Fitxgibbons of Buffain, employ *• I as a waiter on th* vestal, and Tt.omaw Lawrence, a d>*ck hand. Both were discovered fl- ating lo the river. TIU* brings the number of the dead unto twenty one. Efeveti men sr# etili mteeing, and of thew fear l«long to th* bant i crew.    ___  Drue Mr ti While Hethleg.  Bl ell 11, July IV - At Crescent Beach us Huntley aftoruo>».i C. U Granger, Juetue L Kelt ham and George J Duarte, all ol Huston, becall t- exbau*t#d while bathing aud cried for help. Mr. Kilduff, th* man aging proprietor of the {Strathmore hotel, a??am out nod brought Duarte safely Ut Ut* Inset), whit*- rn mo % luaiitwi Grange) to natcty Mr. Koduff started oat again for Ketchaut, but bv bad dbtapiware?!. j Upon turuiug to rogoin th# beach Ki duff beard rn ary foe help and succeeded in grasping and bringing to ebons Duinlnioo j (>ultucio, another he?her who had become exhausted, K»*?cb* ti’* body was not ra- J •oivnti. lie wa# ut year* ut age.  LOT QOxiaO.  Iii 8ph*n<fti<! INolKhhorh kmI, nuttily Dcpotj at a 8acrittce.  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  CW)  ABR ACKNOWLEDGED TRE  simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  -BEMAINS -  Ui.cC.nged through Years  I’lcaso flun*t in? gulled into try Inn Fxpurliiiuntttl eteven.  Oyer HCM) now In ump In our oily.  Fins & KUHL,  315 Italic Hts  A. J. HOWELL  DRALKK IN  CARPETS, CC BTA IN ji, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than in adv other bouse in Alton. In consequence of tbs UKK IT EXTENT of our NALES we ars enabled bo do Bu vines* on a VERY CLOSE MARI IIN and it is • recognised fact that wa bandie by far  BARU ii) ll QUANTITIES OF OOO 1)8  THAN ANY OTHKR HOUSH IN TUB Cm.  i  J >  I  I ani now receiving « Urge and varioJ stock of Cloth*, in all lbs prevailing shades, for Spring Sn as, which I sin prepared to make up la tbs  Most  Fashionable!  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and Complete  H  Satisfaction.  C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.   

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