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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                BAILY i i f V1 WEDNESDAY JULY NO TO Produce an Infetlutt Combines all the Qualities the Champion i ana Copying VIOLET lFLUPl The Violetlnk made It will copy years after It will not mould or It flows freely and does not get It deposits no JBSSfThe Best Ink made for persons who hare weak or who write by As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly is absolutely noncorralve a steel pen can be used In it for months and is especially adapted for use in the Stylographio or Fountain Levisoifs BlueBlack Writing This Celebrated BlueSlack Writing Fluid we guarantee superior to any writing fluid in the While it retains all the qualities of the best fluid it has many which other inks do not possess of being a dark enabling you to see what you a great advantage over the pale ink now in use afterwards chang ing to a deep permanent a thin fluid it deposits no will not will not wo do not claim this Ink we do claim it will have less effect on steel pens than any other fluid ink Get the Tlic Clicnpest is not always the best the BEST is always tlic Third and Piasa Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOR THE St Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and tariff M Sieves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Building andShoet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE JUrfi M i CQFPlQfTOO See toe HOAP CART to World for i t Jl WPP f A 1 Fl I Hardware and Farm m filDUCTION SALE I1E CAM BLi He Gives Two Explanations of the Sea Wing CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE The Tntnl nf Life on the IllIutod Bluy lioitcli 125 or Tlio Story of an Man Who Kncujioa with Illi UttporU from tuJce LDKB of life In That RRb July Fully 110 pooplo lost tliolr lives by tho disaster on Lnko Pcpln Sunday afternoon and the to tal nuiy reach lJ5 or Several persons who wcro aboard the illfated Sea Wing arc ing and it la thought that they have found watery Weth proprietor and o raiuandor ot the Sea lias been severely blamed by citi zens and others for what they allege to have been criminal negligence on his part in pulling out Into the lake with such a crowd when the sky looked so threaten The captalnti wife and two of his three children lost their lives under the and that together with the loss of his vessel and the great loss of have so broken him that he has kept pretty much out of sight during the and those who did see him got but Imper fect statements from him regarding the and his connection Two ExplanntlooR Two explanations of his action have been and both are understood to have come from Tho first is that he did not consider the danger very and that he thought he saw a break m the promising the clearing away of the This is not well taken by the people in the who say the sky was black with the most threatening kind of and that it was clearly evident that a very heavy storm was about to The oher if such these may be is that the manager the whose profits would be cut down by any delay in the departure of the was so urgent in his insistance upon immediate departure that the cap tain yielded and took uis boat out to her A SURVIVORS Aw Till Scenes Witnessed by of Mliuu July was on the illfated steamer When she turned He tells tho following story There were just 215 people on the steamer when she left tho First regiment camp on her return There was evidently quite a heavy storm brewing and the wind wns blowing quite a but every one seemed to feel entirely When the boat was about in the middle of the lake the wind was dead abend and blowing great The evi dently becoming shouted to the pilot Hold hw to the Wisconsin A Last Shriek of The pilot stuck to hU post but the vessel in veering round caught1 the wind on her after a momen tary careened bottom The scene was simply Words can not adequately depict the struggle of the multitude thus precipitated Into the seeth ng caldroninto which the usually peace ful lake had been lushed by the fury of ihe The hatches had not been fastened as was and the seople In tho cabin Many them lumped from the deck to the barge ana three swam After the boat turned over the towropw were cut and the two vessels drifted Irorn ihe water scores of women and children sent up ft last agonizing shriek of despair as the angry flood closed over Along take July Late reports of the cyclone that visited the summer reeorts in the vicinity of Paul Sunday afternoon confirm the earlier statements as to the loss of life and the damage to The work of the tornado on the land seems to have been more disas trous along Lake Gervais shores than Here the greatest loss of life and here also the damage was probably the Following IB a list of the dead Jack Paul teller First National pHuljPetor Schne Paul Paul Pauls Peter One More July An other of the Lake Gqrvals cyclone la It is John whose home at Little Canada was Her left arm was torn off and her lung Sbe died in great A ellver pierced her husband Just above the heart and though ho hovers between Ufa and death it Is thought he has ehanco to The house of Robert Maura afttxluer near by was also completely but tho family escaped by going nto the OF AND PANTALOONS TO FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT GEMAN BROs oonuim an Old PINE July and were shot und killed naar hero Saturday ntght by Tho shooting was tho result of an old feud between tho two who aro uumorous and Thero txro four more Uuddlestone broth and as they swear mid as the Parrotts swear to stand by tliolr kins oonsidoraulo moro Is A Patient for Nuw July Tho latent patient to arrive at GMors institute Is an Artiwim who was blttuu by a coyoUior skunk sluuplna on the who worn also Imve GlWer Inooulatod the though wimewhat doubtful whether his wwo comes properly under the TJirov Out of Vour July Marlon of from Itye toPhwou struck a rook and WHS gunk The orow of four got Into the ten whlub wim uwttiniicd threu of thaiu wore Was Ovur u Century Old July W QowWoU OJud PjoomauM S THE FORT LAJFRANCE of tint Cnlntriltjr Ite hy duly llamlen Se of this have received a letter from their representative at Pierre dated Juno and giving Inter particulars of the great disaster at Kort la Tho fire begun about June spread rapidly Iwfore n high wind and by the following morn Ing had ravaged along the sea shore from the western side of the Savannah to the Riviere More than build ings were hud with the excep tion of a very small portion the antique of fort Ijiv France is in Tlioumimlg ol Iooplo Many people perlnhcd and twentyfive bodies have been Three quart ern of the thickly populated area of tho city is and seveneighths of the people numbering from to are Thedemand made upon the charity of those who ore spared has ducud them to almost the same state of Money must be had im mediately or the distress at Fort la Franco will become absolute starvations Gauda loupo has sent the Aloyon laden with The bank of Gepo has re mitted francs an the first nstallment of a relief fund from the sister The letter miikos an appeal for help to gener ous ALGER FOR What Jiimos of Has to NEW July Alger is a candidate for the presidency in and will go to the Republican convention backed by a solid delegation from Michi said the James of De at the Fifth Avenue to ft re Joy was asked Has Alger formally announced his candidacy he is nn open and there is no secret about In making the statement that he is a candidate I can not put it too Then Alger is not trying to con ceal his desire to be nominated in 1893 Not at a He is not that kind of n There is nothing secretive about His friends have openly declared for and he does not he is with his Tho Cloulc MakeiV NKW July The cloak mnkess conference almost reached a settlement Tuesday the manufacturers Tlie point upon which the fightwns mode WHS that tha nun union employes should become union Tho representatives ot the strikers demanded that the men should be Then if they joined the union they could be taken back if there was The manu facturers had 7io objections to their em ployes becoming union but they refused to discharge The committee in Btill quibbling over Uiis Futitl Unllway Disaster July West Shore freight train ran into a freight train on tho and at 8 oclock Tuesday morning which was standing on a side track with tho engine across the West Shore Engineer Walter Har of Fort and Fireman of both of the West Shore jumped when they saw the approaching The engineer wusinstantly killed and the fireman received injuries from which he died at the city hospital here at 9 The engines badly The New Croton NEW July new Croton aqueduct WHS opened Itis some what over thirtythree miles In round figures it will cnst when Tho capacity of the new aqueduct is gallons a Tho area of the watershed is about 838 square When Is completed the total storage capacity will be about Tho water will be allowed to run into the Central Park reservoir until the latter Is full and will then be shut off until all the repairs are An Inhuman July who last week killed her two has made a statement In which she said she cut the childrens throats with a and then sot flro to the She sho wunted to join her husband who was billed a few weeks and did not want to leave her Sho sho tended of her Vic but did not dare as he was Sulolite of a Former July special to The Rxpress from says John ftgod nbout 50 an employe of thu Pierce fired throe bullets from a revolver into his one from each side and the third into his It Is stated that several years before he huoamn addicted to Lindsay was a Methodist minister but from He died immediately after the A Uad Ilnoo to Start DIM July The people of the little vlllaae of in bago are greatly excited over the prospect of the ostubll ilirauut of au ovlgt nal package and have passol reso lutions declaring that any person golno Into tho business shall bo tafwd and feathered and cowhidttd from The passers of the resolution pledged their honor that It should bo In a Stnto of LA July govern ment of Salvador has Issued a proelama tho la a stale of sloge and announcing that passports would bo required In ordur to travel from one town to another with Guate mala Is Nearly men are utaUoued nUmg side of tho fron Great wtlmsliumi A Guilty Ciiiipln July sometime past John Newton aud James Arm utrong have been llviutf as man and wlip at uear Sunday they weo visit wd by a mob on masked who took them after giving them severe allowed thorn to they would luavti the wtiluu they 414 ot lliirlburu u Nuw July to aato aooapt a clwrtor Thu drat eluullou will be hold tu Tho ovont wus oelobriHW Thavo wUrtw1 Uvrotoforo lor Th4i Time of Congrets Occu pied with SUNDflY CIVIL IN THE And That Mimjfy for Ad aitlonal CUtilcnl Pitreo In the Putulott Onioo In tho Clmnfco TO Be Made lu the KUlei of tha Loulu and Her Cnpltal Ntftos of WASIHXUTOX July senate Tuesday morning senate bill grant Ing to the state of Washington a section of public land for a soldiers home and as a training ground for the state The senntc resumed consideration of the sun dry civil appropriation the flmt item being one of for surveying the pub lic the committee recommending an increase to Gorman explain ed the amendment stating that the ehjecl was to throw open to setUement the lands Intended by the not of 1S8S to be reserved for The lands wnoryed for reservoir and cuunl heretofore located or it was provided in another should remain segregated and reserved from or director the geological estimates that these lands aggre gated square miles andthey could not bo used exeeptby the utilization of the water for irrigation and that if these lands were open to settlement they would be seized by organized the other he Gorman realized the injury that would be done to the com munity by keeping those lands closed to In the The after routine business Tues went into couiiiiittei of the whole on the bill appropriating for addi tional clerical force for the pension after agreeing to a gen eral debate be limited to two Dockery of Missouri criticised thu niiijor ityof tho on appropriations for not reporting u bill making an appro priation to pay the pensions which would bo granted under the dependent pension and intimated that this failure was attributable to political Tho ap propriation would not Iw made before I the Novemljer Cannon of Illi nois said that monay would bo appropri ated and paid just as rapidly as the pen sion certificates were A Proposition to Taka the State of Ne viula Out of WASHINGTON July of is very much annoyed at a proposition coming to him from Cal if orn In to take the of from the It will ba shown the next census that state of in stead of increasing in is steadily and the charge that it is nothing but an of mining camps is unpleasantly suggestive to The coining census will show that the entire population of than The to tul vote cost at tna liut admit tedlyone of the liveliest elections ever held in amounted to only It is argued that H is an injustice to the other states In the Union that Nevada with only voters should have two In n Transition Senator Stewart admits that the figures appear to be against but says the explanation lies in the that Nevada is now in n transition from a mining to an ngvicultural and that if given iv fair chance shewill in time be come as populous us any of her sister There la no method of getting rid of because there is no provision in the constitution by which either the senate or the qr con eject a state after it has once been admitted to the Revoked the WASHINGTON July Tracy lias formally revoked the orders of the United States stewner which was to have the remains1 of the late inventor Krioson to While much pressure was brought to bear upon him to send one of thi new cruisers on this the cecretary did not decide to revoke the orders ot the Essex until Monday The now cruisers Haiti more and Philadelphia are now under consideration for this and al though no assignment will be made for several it is believed that the Balti more will bo LimU Hirunes To Bo WABIUNOTOK July repre sentatives of tho Citizens committee of Louis called on Secretary Noble Mon day and asked that a recount ot the population of olvy be Tbelv wai jiminly upon the tigatlon made by liie police department into the coses ot omission alleged against the The secretary directed that the pnpers giving the results of this investigation be sent to Superintendent whore they win bo compared with tho census ret Ho told tho commit tee that ho would confer with and give them an Will Logo H of WASHINGTON July Mexi can government has unple evidence that the Mexican Land nud Colonization com nn EigUth inspired the re cent plot to salw Lowur and uoullsuaU tho acres of liind wMuh the oomjmny owns various Mexi can A ChaitKU In Hules WASHINGTON July senate Republican caucus by a large majority agreed that u kiiould bo made IB thu soiwte rules to inaka It possible to limit Uubuto and pass thu fudoral olaotlon The form of tho change wan uot agreed v Thu WASIUNOTOX July laSuperln tauilunt iidlii under the advice of thu aitoruty has orUersd a re count of ouo of ooiisus dlstriotu In the city of Tu Iuunluii WASIIIWTIW July bill was introduced in the liousa Tuesday by Van dever of granting a puiiBloti of a to tlm widow of John m Ilifctt with Water tu Largo In SphmdUl llanly to at a r i tin BE V Cl 1 Dorsey 310 Belle TUu vUlble supiilv if whmtt and corn ARE AOKNOWUBDGED THE Most Lasting and Economical iriJi nged through Years A ii j Please dont be gulled into trying experimental Over IJOO now in use in HOWELL DEALER IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOWEfiConsidering Qualities Styles Thin in any other house in In consequence of the GRKVT EXTENT of our SALES we aro enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LABUBII QUANTITfES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I mil now receiving a lanje and vnrio 1 atock if in all tbe prevailing for Spring wUloirlHm wake up lu tlit I ANTE KING A Perfect Fit Reasonable Bates 112 thi   

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