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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 20.  ALTON, ILL.. TIII - Its DAY EVENING, JULY 17. IWM).  Levison's Blueblack Writing Fluid.  We  Henge Hie Voile  TO  PrtldlKM* Mil Ink (lint ( oillldl.l* ,  Mil till* tJUJllltlr* of till*  Champion Violet Writing and Copying Fluid.  Th* only permanent Violet I nk made It will ropy years aftur writing.  It will not mould or thicken.  It flows freely and does not get gummy.  It deposits no sediment.  •ay* The Best Ink mad* for persons who hove weak eyes, or who write by gaslight. As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly seen.  fur* It is absolutely non-connive (a steel pen can be need in it for months) and is especially adapted for use in the Stylographic or Fountain Pens.  1   Third and Piasa sis.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR TOK-8t. Louis Varnish Co. Fine* VARNISHES and JAPANS.  Charter Oak Storrs and Ranges  Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift snd Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; 130 each. Agents for Hie %  Celelraiei] Metter Fan tans.  —FINE LINE OF  Camases. Batties and Serins lapis  See Uh Beet HOAD CART  in  *•  World ,or 11  °'  Hardware ami Farm Machinery, Alton, IM.  REDUCTION SALE  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MAUK TO ORD KR.  PERFECT FIT IUD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  AT  BRUEGGEMAN BRO's  (Successor to A. Brueggeman*)  Arlit ic Tailoring and Gent s Furnishing Goode Emporium,  221 Piasa street.  FRIGHTFUL HXt'LIISHIN.  Thirteen Hundred Kegs Powder Blown Up.  of  TWELVE PERSONS KILLED OUTRIGHT  This* >!, I,mf,,I It lur' I lh I >1 Writing Fluid we guarantee superior to any writing fluid in th*' market. While It retains all the quantic* of the best fluid inks, It has many which other inks do not possess:  First Brilliancy of color, being a dark bine, enabling yon to see what you write, a great advantage over the pale ink now' in use;afterwards changing to a deep permanent black.  Stroud Fluidity, a *Jpar, thin fluid; it deposit* no sediment  Third It will not fade.  Fourth -It will not mould.  Filth While we do not claim this Ink non-corrosive, we do claim it will have less effect on steel pen* than a iy other fluid ink made.  Get the Best.  Tile **C * Ii on pest** is not always tin* best; I lo* I (FST In always the cheapest.  Ami s« Many More Madly Rnjii# <1 by th* Fort** of I ,i- Kaplo.lon- rh* Dim r Der ar rad at Hunt’* Station. Ohio, at Whirl! a l’owr.'r r Work. and Cart rid** Fart wry Were Local?*!—Th* Mimi*«Ha Orlon. lllMMtara nm th* Hail.  ClSCtKXATt, July IT.—A terrible dim* trr nectiffwl on the Utile Misms railroad Tuesday afternoon by wbioh a number of Hern aet* k>*t. At King’s station there were ten mrs loaded with gunpowder, one containing IWW sud the other HOO keg*. Att engine Iii .wit* bing tars, rolled two of them onto the sidetrack, where the powder cant were. When they cains together a terr I Dc explosion occurred, which wa. heard for mile, around. A brake man, who wa. on one of the empty cars, was Li m ii to atoms, aa not a fragment of him (att bs (on mi. A aum tier of cottage* occupied by the workmen at th** pm der mills were shattered The Patera Cartridge fa* toty was horned to the ground anti a nu inlier of girls who were employed there were badly hurt. The railway station was also destroyer!.  The Killed sud Injured. Following is a list of the victims: Killed -Ma James Deadon, Henry Reynolds, Samuel Stephens. Mr* James Mo** and * Mid, Mm. Fre*l Keller an*! child, Ralph Williams, Baby Kl*’inc, Nick 8nyder, an unknown man. William Frnney, brakeman. Injure*!—Lodie I lehr, aged IS, em-(Joyed in shell factory, lost right arm: Flirtiest Collins, skull * rushed; will die; Mrs John Schneider. *< alp wound; Fred Keller, night wnto-btnitft, severely bruised atonit the body; John Maag, bruised about the fa*e, will lose led Ii eye*; Mrs. Ben Dowdell, severely burned. Mrs Kl st! HS, internal injuries, will ma live; Opevator Htint, scalj* wound: Harry Hinith. Frank  through tbs surf and succeeded in nmon-tug Hall and his daughter, lls thsn tried to roscus Miss Kpurgeon, but just as bs ria* he*I where she wa* both disappeared. Their bodies have bson recovered  Fetal IV .irk ut l.lgtittdtig.  H* MTT DAUL Pa.. July 17 -» ousiderabls damage to property and a ntitiilier df ac* cill* tits are reported carnied bf Tuesday nig it's heavy storm. A house in which five n»eo were sheltered was struck by lightning. Andrew Z. Cuban was in* * sta bly kill*I. Two of tho others wert  !  fatally shocked The bul! iing waa apiin* j Ie red, A farun*r imnte l B own wa* struck by lighting aud badly hurt. At Bellevue, Miss, Addle Reno was struck by lightning and now lie. at the point of death. A manlier of burn* and houses were struck and were either burned or badly damaged.  Killed by I. lect riel! y.  ( 11 VILA' I», .July 17, —Another death by esctricily < ( curred some time during Monday night. Alsmt V o’clock Felix Ii 'ark, of bt Iueonard street, a lineman In the employ of the American DUL id Tai-• graph company, we directed to repair a lits*. He fail' *1 to return, ami Tuesday morning J. K lining, a day man, was sent to h*aru tbs cause of Koark's absence, Ha followed the wire until be reached the roof <Af tbs old Kailooal hall Imilding, on tbs south side of tin* public square, where be fouml H ark'-. Iiody.  11 <i I Id lug Wrecked tty a Switch Engine.  (’is* ixvati, July 17.—At an early hoot  Wednesday morning a switch engine In the Panhandle yards while pushing a train of ears loaded with grain ami empty beer kegs ran through a misplaced switch into the budding of the Buckeye Free* .tour Marble works. The force of the col-11 aion sinaahe*! several cars ami wrecked the building. Yard Foreman Al Coons ami Switchman Buck linker were on one of I he foremost cars when the crash cams and were buried tie tenth the ruin* linker’s injuries att* eons! lens! fatal.  Stint HI* l*t«)Mutt* by Accident.  A MSTR i; I»\ si, N. V., July IT.—A special from Fultonville to The D -morrat says: Aurie Dunlap, ag -1 about IS fears, while  HD BANKS.  A Minister Arrested Charged with Forgery.  SENSATION AT FORT WORTH, TEX.  Hunt, Mi.* Annietkhnenter, Miss (fillam, |  ou * with some -liber to>v* dtoo* mg bird*  Miss Maggie ilutrhin*on and .later A Scene of I *• .<>!*( Inn.  The arette of the di.aster presented a terrible a pp** ranee W d«e**Iay morning In the immediate vicinity of where the * ars came together and the explosion oc curred the hillside that ruse from the track was torn away, huge holes Ik wed into the earth, great trees shattered and an immense mass of earth hurled Into the Miami rivet, effectually damming the stream. The two cars that explode*! contained I,.’kit kegs of gunpowder and it all expiated in one grand crush, tbs concussion being heard fifty in Ie. away. Not a house in the hamlet -seal***! damage, while those near the scene of theexplo-sioti were demoltohed.  CAPTAIN OF THE SEA WING.  A Hr port of Hts Arrest and a Denial-More Hod I. • found.  Chicago, July 17.—A special from Bed Wing, Mltm , says that ('apt. Wet bern, of the Ill-fated Mea Wing, to under arrest, having lawn arrest***! at the instance of bis friends, who con.idered hint to he in danger of his life from the friends of the victims of the lathe Pepin disaster, lie to said tolw in jail at Ellsworth, Win, Just scrtsns the riverfront Red Wing.  MlLWAl KKI., Wls., July IT,—The Journal ha. received tbs following dispatch front Ellsworth, Wis t Clapt Wet bren to not in Jail here, hut it to rumored a warrant to out for his arrest  with « small calibre HH • Tues lay, arc! d ntolly discharged the gun, the hall .! i king the coll ir-lntH* -if mi-* of hi. com p>*iii-ins name*) Alexander Horning, aud (ta** ing Iowa into his heart Horning’s ciuiiradea attempt -1 to waig hi ii toward home, lull the boy wa.oUig**-l to tiedown. He expired lit a few minute*.  Mon Lake I'eptn Viet Ins  Lake City, Minn., July 17.—Nineteen additional to .lies had been pulled out of the water Wednesday morning and many of them were at on or identified. More are taken out every few minutes Ro far as known those taken out wert*. Mrs. Crawford, John Adams, Ira Fulton, Edna Way, Mark Mkogluud, Linus Li I Ii blad, Henry Schuien berger, Henry Newton, Fred Christ, William Jorgensen. Four unknown women aud two unknown men ars also among the number. Three or four have Just come to the surface and arr being pulled to the shore by the skiffs.  Hors Lake Gervais Victims.  Minke* polis, Minn., July 17.—A searcher found the bo* I ice of the three missing victim* of the Lake Gervais cyclone early Wednesday morning. They were close together in a marshy portion of the lake, ‘Ak) feet from shore. The tost tee of Char Ie* Scil ti r meter and Rev. M. Pfaeltk* wore considerably mutilated, but that of Mrs. J. II Schurmeier was not disfigured.  FATAL BLAZE IN MINNEAPOLIS.  A W*rab*»n** Owntrejreg CaNsitig a Less ml St Goo, ooo.    *  HIVES*MOUE Minn., July 17.—The big ge»t Art* that bs* occurred la the Flour city since the hunting of The Tribune building, Nov. in, took place at I o’clock Tuesday afternoon, when the Security warehouse, with its coo tents, went up in smoke, entailing a lo** of Rho,OM). The ksHM*. * re ss follows. National Cordage company, binding twine, 1235, DUO, insured; William Deering Ar Co.. Chicago, ll Emerson. Taleott A Co., Rockford, Ma., |25,OU); I*rand Detour How rompany, Dixon, Ills., FA'**), American Road Ma chine company, Philadelphia, |I0,W0; Applet**)! Manufacturing c«unpany, Appleton, Win., fb5.0W); O H Kelly JE Co., Springfield Ohio, fiO.BO"; L Waterbury A Co. N*w York. IIUD.0ll; Woo«l M Morse, Cs*,'im, miscellaneous baw at least •AJO, tun.  One Life Lost.  It to now believed thst Otto Itealw pm** toiled in the Ara When the flumes broke  out he wa* busy sorting twine, and proh ably did not know of the fire until egret* bad torn cut off. When he db! uut return home -carob wa* im to***! .ately iistt-tuted. He hatinot yet bern found lite contd*!' ml certain (hat he perished in the flames He w as unmarried.  MISCELLANFOUS MISHAPS.  Iii ow nett Millis I ta) ti lo*.  BAKKA Ak KA, Cal., July 17 Lieut. CL V. Donaldwm, Company (J, Twenty-fourth United Kl ates infantry, quartered at Fiat Grant. Ari. and Miss Lottie the daughter of Chairman fo urteen, of the county board *f supervisor*, were drowned at Nstpurt Beach, rn pleasure resort, a short ii isis me (rum this place. Miss Spurgeon, who to an expert swimmer, ventured too fur from the beach aud wae carried out by the current, Ii F. Hall and bls daughter went to her assistance but their strength soon gate out, At this juncture lieut. Donaldson plunged  Fatal tv reek on the H. St ti.  Btu! a la., Md , July IT.—A had wreck I 'snared early Wednesday morning on the Philadelphia dirt-iou of the Bolti-•ii.ut-ami Ohio railroad near Harford ala lion, hat ween two freight train* coming south. Two men were kilted, several car a lid alt engine demolished aud the | road blocked for nom* hours Ute dead are. D. A. Wendell, fireman; W. T Farr, bm heman.  Three Case* of Drowning,  liKUUT. WI*., July 17 —A young son of Mr ll eien M<m« disappear* d from home Monday afternoon aud Tuesday hto body was found in Turtle creek, be evidently having drowned while swimming.  ill i*n*k, Wis., July ll,—August John non and (Linn (Mason, two employes of Fulls 4k McCoy'* saw mills, lakeland, were drowned Monday  l ive IVIMIIU ('musted.  V.iu'AitAiso, Ind., July 17.—The house of John Hamlet), near here, waa burned Wedm**day morning and hto wife aud four little children perished la the flames. I 11 am let I waa abient from home.  A NOVELTY IN STRIKES.  Farm Hand* Dull M'orh Iterant*- Their  ton (doter’* Mile tats a Caper.  Ai I kktowk, Pa, July IT. — Monday on a farm near Emans, this county, a corps of harvest hand threw down their rakes, scythe*, and forks and quit work, all be cause a buxom woman had undertaken to drive a reaping machine in the attire of a man. She rigged herself up In a snug- I fitting hisser and a pair of her husband'* troupers, with a broad-brimmed harvest hat shading her brown ringlets, and light- I ly mounted the romping machine. At first the harvesters, farm hands, men, boys and girl*, were all astonished at the sight, and I then they thought ii was fanny.  Cheap Female Labor Mas! Urn.  The male contingent of the harvest hand*, h«»we\ er, lagan to feel jealous as ^ they watched the smart lilt I * woman drive around the grain field a** neatly, and thought »hr waa infringing upon tbalr own particular prerogatives, and finally they decided to strike. Fifteen men accordingly threw down their implement* where they stood, ami walked off tbs field, shaking their (tot* ungaUaitUy at the fair driver of tie* leaping machine They have Bot yet been pre va lie* I upon to return to J work, ami tbs grain in the field rental na ■ uncut.  fresh Trouble at Seafound laud.  NKW YOUK. July 17. - A special to Tbs Journal say* thor*- are rumors there that a fresh trouble of s moat scrim** character bus broken out between lb* French snd Kugl.**h on the Ne a Fomtdiand toast. It to sad tbs the New FauudLnnd cruiser Edna tired a-bel aero*# the bows of a French (tot int * ,ri F which bad refused to obey the am tear’s signals to lay to. the French vowel hating toto discovered taking halt on the south coast. J he store has it<4 too confirmed, but wkw to givaa to It by tire h arried departure of II. M. fit Hid Ie r aph *n and two uttor mc n of war,  I'wrksrtl (or I >iii*rr»* In laws.  Dix MoIKt.-, la ,, July 17.~ Ex-Governor Stephen B I’m hard, of lamisiaua fame, to now and has tao*it for several yeans a  resident of Marshall county, abu will, (a all pro I »a billty. to- ; Muatll by that county for the (( -(labile IU ti imitiat ion for eoat-giwss lu the Fifth dis!rut. Mr. I's. hard owns a large far ti, and ba* ainee hto set-ttottieut In Iowa been following the quiet pursuit of agriculture, taking bo active part In politics until recently.  Mhu toilful (ha Little Utrtf  Slot x CHY, la., July ll.- The I year-old child of Mrs. Henry Glint. living near Jam*** station, nine mile* from here, was shot snd killed in Its ino<her’s ab-* nos -pre* ii rn»illy try its IU year-old brother. The I toy, however, says monte one clee did It, hut caunof tell who.  (’aet I * ( in tu the I a rues Mise.  Ii# Inwood, Mich , July 17.—One of the most serious no t ■ cava lite in the history of the    ring*    **’*urrel    about    ll  o'clock Monday nigh* at the Aurora mine, controlled by the M'toc • i on Central syndicate. Th* I***- was* (2 ll,(J*KL  Dr. M. W. Mitchell, rasher of the Mraarf-way Frrubyrterlaw t hart b, A rerat eg os  a Sri)* n* Charge I sat ae Me toes ti...ut la SD I»• the I .Motey -Something About the Hmm—Eat lite Fleas Serape—Ie Ile I Mea set  Font Woum, *1 .*x , July 17.—Deputy Sheriff WI uhen Tuc-day moraiug ar-realeti Dr. M. W Mc* bell, pastor of the Broad way Preebyt *risit church, on several charges of forgery Tis* mliLter was locktsl up. anti it has developed that nearly all the hank* ta the city have I teen victimix *d, and that the forger), a ag re gate Ut OI 1 . Th** forgeries were In the form til note* wi.i ii he hail discounted To all the not ** he forged the name of Martin ('s«**y, of the firm of Casey Et Hwasey, whole**!* liquor d>*alei*. Casey to otto of LL le**t and nu-t hikluiate fricit la. The Mr os tw<*y I'lwsbyte nan church I* oo* of the most fa-hiouabie in the city, aiui Dr. Al o .-bell ha* (wen its p»*t«»r nearly four ye irs. lls had tbs c ut fideitte t*f hi- part-hor era an I enjoyed the reaped of nil cia***** and hi* digrsce is felt as almost ptrsoual by all the rticiti-! sr* oi id* congregation. II ta fall baa Imh u mi fearful and hi* crime so inexciiaa hto that many refused lo believe the story.  The I mini tau- .vrmt.  The forgericM came to light Monday, when *»ne «*f the note- fed due. Mr. Cosey instantly pronounced the dgnnttiiw a for-uery. (In investIgation the folluwing f* r^.-d nt4*« v i n- found: Farmers and M*ch otic*' tai.th. rl.ixsr, Tr.der** National r‘>■*»; Frat Notional. §Mk MerchantNot too it, # sit Borne «f these mse* wt re rn wIe ti,rue ami tour months ago, ami (turin x tit* lim not ..ti* id the (rank* nu*|iects*1 they were anything lait genuine (wjer. Mr Casal'a name was cleverly counterfeit* I, and no* one id the •►auk* ref mw I the (ta(ter When the (sink* di «*'tier.-l to* forger.*-* th*y went to Dr. •ditci.etl with th* iti<|i*u«r of I,to trim* ami ti-turned over rm.oeys ami elm!leis of th* vain* *>f Aaa).  Arrest ut th* Minister.  I -irly Tuesday morning Dr. Mitchell bocght a tleket to Denver and was preps ring for flight when lie was arre->*d. W in a the deputy sh*t iff made the arre-t the doctor said It wa* all right, that he wa* ready to go with the officer, A meeting <d the manager* *.( the banks was held andrite) decide! to let the law take tie course. Dr. Mitchell refit **<l lo speak ob the matt, r, ami when to 1*1 that the news palter* would piihhsh the fact that he woe arr. -ted fur forgery lie ex pres* *d a wadi that he could sunpre a them all. “IM like to protect my wife and ria ll run front the ne*-pa(» i"said he “I’ve no statement j to make." Thedef.* i*c will is- insanity, as it is known tii.it Dr Miteiieit was once I iii an aa) Inin No ism ha* yet proffered Ital! for Dr Mitchell. As a iii mister he was very severe on worldly amusements.  Sew* la sa Asyla •».  Mitchell ii *<l a wealthy congregation in Boston year* ago aud was caught ii) some of the nwm!x-r» stealing hooks Ile was sent to an insane asylum, Ile waa once arrested in Igiudott, England, im what charge to mg known, Mitchell received a good salary amt a bon-*- rent free wee given bim and lately a fine carriage and horses wert* presented lo him as a teat) to on la I of es),- in. Ile to a Hoe looking | man, 6 feet 3 larhes in hight, fine face and head, large Issly, ami to a grand pulpit orator Ab Ut ail month* ago he went t i Chicago and remained there for three motif Ii«, lor w hat purpose bo one knows About a year ago chargee wen* brough) against hist alleging violation of I'reabyteriun law ami ruining lite church a* a l ong regal tonal body, aud the chargee Puled. Mitchell lias a w.f* am] Av* children. When Mr. Coart heard al the for aeries lur offered to make the amount# gissl lf the charge* of forgery were withdrawn, (mf this waa refuse I.  Prairie Fire# la Texas.  NKW OMJtAXS, July 17.- The Ficayune’s San Antonio, Tex., -j»*. Isl says: Destructive prairie fires have (awn raging far two or three days along the line cd Ut* South I em Pacific roilrsUrwad ami have boc yet burned out. No rain has fallen for over a wark anti the prairie gross to very dry and reoil J y catches fire from spark* (ram passing locomotives Ail of th* smaller water courses have dri* I up aud tbs vegetation which ho«l grown up tu (he former water beds to burning fiercely.  A Retail of Buckshot In (tis Mead.  HHK LUV VII.LF, III*.. July IT —Andrew Wade. late r rn it date for sher if, was assaulted an I r *!»i**d of considerable motley lift ween i Ma. leu and Fro i ic lier Tuesday. A load of buck-hot w.«s lodged la his flea.I aint he was toft fur dead, but regaining coum iousunss he made hto way to Cowden un foot. A t tow to being followed and if th* man to captured I) ach law will pndsibly lie resort* t to. There to great esc item" a) in th* a.nghhorbuud.  Analhcr Ksi>rk-Mal foe Frantic*.  Amb AM), W..*,, July IV.—The attempt  of Fnsler). k Fruit I ive, the well known land sp * utator of ( hi* place, to ohtaiu land lit rite ce iler af D'llMth valued at M,iUU,o d la a-tin uu»u ct..sfiil, Judges Nelson aiel 'I ber tendering t dc* Isuiu in favor el the d.-feu tsnfs—the Northern Fa* iii !* I ..et ct ip tty, the Duluth Stltei Bai I’* ti r 'in i tHV, and othama  ll YI ss Not a hi* st "Praah.**  CMP v. i J tty 17, —John J. Riley, rn comedian, *!r d deal Tuesday night while (• .im id * I ut I . i Fir* theatre, lie wa* about to cath) he stags when be was Stricken with n > .;tb-xv. ll s fall for awhile was I od «av ad lo to* a ti *w- prank, but WU 4 b did u >: a ism after a tow moment- ha i p *'••!. * be th-I actor.* went to him and lo .:i I tout t • w > • i-iim.l  Resumed to *rk kiter st* Vusrs Idleness.  WtLkk u t bt. 1*4, J it * IT Wark was resumed tu th M ilthy co li *r/ Tues lay. This mine ii is to*, ii idle f«»r nearly six year- It wilt bo a ava •* npio/nieut to ovet J V) mea a nt bo/* Tm* Fuller colliery. which ha* 'n* rn if . t I for over a year t* to'i'ig po ijsi i it oil will probably r« J'J OM o|wro iii* t»i.  De jib of M shop V.    Wile.  Mi nm ai* n, *. Mi :n . Ju’y IT.—A Faribault, Mi in , -pici ii in Th.* J (finial soya  that Mr* Cornel., Whipple, wife cd Bishop V. i ipple, died We«li,t*-4'i) at 3 a. in., na a n *uli of a railroad si -hteut last Not em lier  A Bargain  FEYEN BOOM BBL!  (Ibirk Walls) with Water in House. large Cellar.  LOT 60x120.  Iii H|»l«-»**ltot IVeiglibnrhuud, Handy to Depot, at a Ham--I ll re.  MUST E SOLD.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  AR*? ACKNOWLEDGED THE  Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  - REMAINS—  Urc. nged through Years  IMcunc don't be gulled into trying cxiicriincntnl shivex,  Over HIH! now In urn' in our fit).  PIUS & HAMILL,  315 Italic Ht.  A. J. HOWELL  URA LICK IN  CARPETS, CURTAINOIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  Oui* Prices  WILL RE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than in abv other boo ae in Alton. In consequence af the GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we ere enable*! to do Business on a \ KUY CLOSE MA RO IN and it ie a recognised fact that we bandle by far  LARMER QUANTITIES OF HOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  SPUING SUITS.  I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Cloth*, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Sails, which I mu prepared to make up in the  Most Fawri 1 onablel Stvles,  GU A KANTE KINO  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz, 112 Third st.   

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