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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH  VOLUME SIJ).  ALTON, ILL., KIU BAY EVENING,  Levison's Blue-Black Writing Fluid.  We  (Henge Hie World  TO  PriMluoe an Ink that CoinblnjB* all the Quantic of the  Champion Violet Writing and Copying Fluid.  d  Violet  ’•PT INC J! COPY!*'  .fluid)  r , J  to  The only permanent Violet Ink made  I. will <x>py year* after writing.  It will not mould or thicken.  It flows freely and does not get gummy.  It deposits no sediment.  ASr-The &*** math* for {tenons who have weak eyes, or who write by gaslight, Aa every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly seen.  MTU is absolutely non-oorrsive (a steel pen can he used in It for months) and is especially adapted for use the Stylographio or Fountain Pens.  >TlMjkP  IWB AT PEC.  Seven Persons Roasted Burning Building.  in a  AN ENTIRE FAMILY EXTERMINATED.  This (Mebratt rf /Hue- Mack WritingFluid we guarantee superior to any writing fluid in the market. White it retains ail the qualities of the best fluid inks, it has many which other inks do not poetess:  Brilliancy of color, being s dark blue, enabling you to see what you write, a great advantage over the pale ink now in use;afterwards chang* log to a deep permanent black.  So moi Fluidity, a clear, thin fluidj it deposits no sediment,  VAfrd -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 leas effect on steel pens than a ty other fluid ink made.  Get the Best.  'Pile “Cheapest” Is not ttlway* th© hest; the IIKHT Is always the eheupest.  in  Third and Piasa sis.  The IIM ii' Started In a liar Room awd It IV aa Not Known That Alif Oar Hod Perished ( nill After the Plro Vt aa Over—Terril*!* Kiting* of a Kali way Train la New ll, tiro—Several Drowning Awtdent*—M tacet lanes** Mishap*. (J 1  Kit sc, Can., July 18.~ At ‘J o’clock Thursday morning fire was discovered in a lair room on St. Jcwph street, owned by lh Irsnier* A Oolitic The flame* made such rapid progress that the whole house w.is soon ablare The Are brigade arrived promptly and bent its energies to saving the surrounding property, unaware that the occupants of the upper part of the burning house were roasting to death. It was only after the flames had lieen ex-tinguished that they came in sight of tho bodies of a family of Ave persons who hail perished. The family consisted of I Herr* Miranda, his wife and three children, who had lately returned from the states in* lending to settle in their native city,where they had found employment. Two sailors belonging to the Mary Jane, of Halifax, who were iu a drunken stupor, were unable to escape, and also perished in the flain *s.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR THE—  HL Louie Vernia!. Co. Fine VARNISHES mud JAPANS.  Charter Oak Sieves and Ranges  Black Diamond end Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pump*. New Home and While Sewiug Machines; $30 each. Agents for the  Celebrated Mater Fane Moons.  —FINE LINK OF  Carriages. Caules id Sew Wagons  See the Beat HOAD CART  in  World ** HO-  i k. an. Butat  )  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, ill  REDUCTION SALE  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MADK TOTJRDKR  PEHFECT FIT ARD SATISFiCnON GUARANTEED  -AT-  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  (Successor to A. BrueggemauO  Anil ic Tailoring and 6ent s Furnishing Goods Emporium,  221 Pinna street.  DOWN THE MOUNTAIN 8IDE.  Terrible and Fatal Trip on a Railway ta  New Mr a leo.  At.Bi yt Kiiyi a, X. It, July lk— A frightful freight wreck no urrwl on the Glorieta mountain*, near Iatmy Alation, early Wednesday morning, A train consisting of twelve double-decked cera, loaded with hog®, wa* going to Mexico, and became umnaitogeable. The engineer applied the air brakes, bat still the train flew down the mountain grade* at a fearful rate.  “I be Crash ( omr* at a Carve. Coming ti a curve the engine jumped the track, and the whole train follow*!, the cam piling one upon another Fireman Dairy wa* mangle I and torn to piecer A brakeman, whose name could not lie learned, wa* caught under the wreck and crutched. I be engineer w a* seriously hurt, and it I* feared that he will die. Several stockmen, it la reported, were badly injured. A large ravine w.ut packed full of I turk    _  Caught Tire la lathe Michigan.  dueau*», July IS. — The tug Mollie Spencer, of Port Huron, engaged in carrying water pipe from Sou Hi Chicago to Evanston, caught (Ire about three mile* from there off Sixtieth street Wednesday. The crew fearing the vessel would be burned deserted lier, but soon put bock to their croft, the (ire having died down a* suddt illy aa it broke out The scow -va* taken in tow by a tug and brought to the Chicago harbor. Thy Are was caused by sn explosion of some kind.  Naphtha aa Hoard th* Ting*.  Cl! ic AOO, July IA—CXI Inspector Crain ha* discovered that naphtha was shipped under a false bill of lading from Buffalo on the steamer Tioga, and In all probability It wa* that explosive fluid that caused the death lotting disaster lost Friday night Then wens several hundred barrels of refined oil in the hold that had las*!) shipped by the Genesee Oil company, of I tuff a lo, and the naphtha wa* presumably smuggled In. Tilt* was a violation of the law _  All th* Ilium-* Rowwrrd.  Lake Cert, Minn., July 18.-One body was found at I .ake Pepin Thursday morning, that of a little girl named Rosie Rainier The mayor of Red Wing sends an official list from which it appears that oil of the bodies of tbs missing thus for reported have been recovered. The search parties have ceased their lahore. Ios pee tore Vagger and Knapp are bolding an investigation here relative to the disaster  Drowned In Lab* Michigan.  CM lr Amo, July lh.—The two yachts which left tit. Joseph for Chicago Monday morutng before the big blow, were found by the steamer Puritan in midlake Wednesday afternoon. Their occupant* hod been drowned in the storm. It is sold that one of th* boat* woe minted the Ha hie and hailed from South Chicago.  An Old Mnn (turned to Dentin  W ix ch MT Kit, N. H., July Ik—The dwelling, I mrn ami outhouses (MLR Doolittle were burned Thursday morning. They were occupied by Mr and Mrs Duo!ii ti*,sn aged (XHtple, ami an old man named Wright. Mrs. Doolittle aud Wright es raped, but Dot little was burned to death.  THE CHARGES UNFOUNDED.  fh* ©*.«• Against Her. L. C. Hanson, Kneln*, It is., Dismlftsed.  Ii MT k, Wig, July Ik—Wednesday inurnir.; the rase of Mary A. Albrecht ax iinst the Rev, L C. Hanson, charged wit ii lining abusive aud oheeene language, was railed In Justice Upchurch’s court. Mnny ladies and gentlemen, mostly mein* tar* of the pastor’* congregation, were pre* ut as witnesses ami spectators. Th# I OM- r’s brother ani Mr*. A Utrecht’s laughter, about whom all th* trouble originate !, were also in the room. The Rev. Nebou Hanson, of Chicago, brother >*f tho defendant, testified that Mr*. Allan bt railed his brother a liar, swind ier, and hypocrite.  Ill nliol th* Charges.  Tlien lie left the room and on returning found th* (didagt? abusing his brother ami several ladle-, of the congregation; that hi* brother never used the language which he is in >-u»cd of using. The plaintiff testified that she went to Hanson’s hon*e on April JU. to se* Ilia brother. Hhe foul considerable don venation with the lier. Mr. Hanson, during which he abused her. The Rev, Mr. Hans-A wa* put ujkhi tile stand and made a fiji denial of lh* charge. At the eoncltisiol of tbs test! in my the Ju -f .<•«, Auding no Evidence to met tun the cLarges, dismissed flu ease.  But Little Business Being Done in Congress.  HOUSE MEMBERS GO TO THE LOBBIED  Bargain.  MAJ. ANORE’S SWORD.  It la Dug I p by a TI slier ut an at Avondale, N. J.  NKW Voiik, July Ik-Henry Kelpe keel* a boat bouse and fishermen’* r-sort on the Passaic river at Avondale. Just tahind his residence Is a little vineyard. VV bile hoeing amoug his vines he ram* Olton a long, narrow piece of rusted metal. After deaning off the dirt and mold he saw that lie had tm offlcer’a sword of revolutionary pattern. Til# sword was of the regulation s'ae and hail an old-fashioned Knpilsh handle. It was stuck almost fast In a metal *cttbtard. Excepting at*out six inches just below the hilt, it was In jH-rfect Of md 11 ion.  Letters an th* Blad*.  Help* jadish.-I it with cleaning powder, and was re war led for his )»lo« with the  discovery of this iu«eript on in old English letter* on the bl arte: “Maj. John Andre.* There la no other Inter or mark on the sword. Maj. Amire l«* said to have traverse I all the ground in tin- neighborhood of Ii-ope’* pl «•«, sn It is thought there ta little doubt iii tt the old sword one# swung at his skle. H.-i’te says the sword lay about one foot under the surface and sixty feet from the river.  And Pay Hut LIOI* Attention ta th* Dlseassloa <»s th* Load (Haul Forfett-are Bill—Opera!tuns of th# OOI** tit th# first A>kI« tx ut Postmaster General  —A Ute* Plum for a Michigan Mas — A I’, iIlion hew Catered Mew.  WASMmuTox Cit I*. July lk—Th* house Thursday, immediately after the reading of the journal, went into committee of the whole oo the laud grant forfeiture bill, Mvmiis. Roe of Arkansas, Cobb of Alabama, aud Payson of Illinois, dis cussed the measure, but owing to the intense heat In Mi* ball of the house a majority of tlie member* repaired to tile lobbies, and but little attention was paid to the discussion.  Th* senate resumed consideration of the sundry civil appropriation hill, th# pending <pi.-sti-rn U mg on th* amendment to add to the appropriation of /UUU,(WW for topographic surveys a provision that one half of i hoi sum should lie ex [tended west of the Idl'd in aridian, aud I lint the act of October, I KWK, reserving irrigible lauds be repealed.  OTHER CAPITAL NEWS.  Th# I*, ta to III «-* Department.  Wamiixuio.m City, July lk—A statement has been prepared at the [satinflic# department showing the operations of the i  1  Me* of the first assistant poet master general during the Ase ii year en led June SO, !*'*> I here* were 4,4’Ai p>**toffice# established, l.tm disc, int in i usl. and l,N7V change's of name and site, In fourth elses offi. es there we,il,n si np.Mdnt meats on ansu int af reign iti ng on sc. ouul of re*rn..vats, and ISH on account of the dc ain of p,ist masters. In the presidential off). there were .Si appointments on ae-eou it of resign ti ion«, &79 on acoount of vip r .tion of oo>mtrs» ous, k‘4 on account of irnrivals, Si on scr.iiitit of the death of the p.-.t mast ere, and I Bl on account of the office* becoming presi<! -nfial,  Sisseton I nu .Hi • Destitute.  WAKUMOTO; Cl HT. J tly IS,-The speak cr tai I before the ho ie a letter from the secretary of the interior inclosing a ooni iiiunication from Will nm McKu-.uk, agent at the Shred-ta Indian agency lo ^ Sow til Dakota, in tv I,-Hot Ut the destitu Hon of the Sisseton and Wahpeton Indians. lu his letter the agent ssys: “Their ,    ...    .    . . . j destitution press** them so bani that the  man, against James Hughes, Ute of that  ft ,„ tree* that should lo* left lo grow are place, but now of tao, Mo (bt young being cut and haute I awny lo pun hose ady placing her damages at    Miss    something to live on. They are digging  Cranford Is eighteen year* ofage and for  wU ,, turnip, and I often hear of Shone. some time wa# the a* knowledged flnonee i sud oxen !*•mg **dd for less  Mensal lanai It reach of I'm tm** atilt.  Ti WOE.A. Ills., July Ik-A breach promise suit was commenced In the circuit court here by Miss LuU Cranford, of New-  of Mr llugbes. who was until recently a prominent business man of Newman. She allege* that he deceived her under promise of marriage, aud to add to her mortification he went to Missouri a few months ago anti married another girl. The auit has created quit. a sensation, as both parties to It are widely known.  Must Conform ta th* Seal*.  COLMMKm, Ohio, July Ik-The national committee of th.* United Mine Workers of America are Ami in their decision that the Illinois operators must conform to the Columbus scale or the whole 80,DUO min < ere working in thst state will be ordered ' . ut th!, week. Reside* deciding to bring i suit in Iwhalf of the faiuiik-, of victims of Hie Dunt.Hr disaster against the company for 110,000 each, the committee vote*I money to striking miners in ohio, Iud. .tut Hod Ut unsylvania, and appointed ! a committee t<> recommend action on the eight-hour qu -st iou.  (’•-fished In the yianie*.  Norm i< ti, Conn., July IM.—Two children between 4 and 8 years oi<L belonging to Timothy Sullivan and John Bruit, of Colchester, set on Are the barn of Patrick McCarthy, on Gillett’# hilt, in that pine*, while playing with fire, and perished in the flames    *  Grand fat her and Grandchild Drowned.  Tole OTO, Oat,, July Ik—At Bolton village, on the Humber river, William Cdf- I An and bis grandson, Willie, aged ii years, were drowned. The boy fell into the river from a raft and bis grandfather went to his rescue. Both bodies were recovered.  Killed While Mopping n Kit its way.  KoRUUrrowir, Pa., July lk—Daniel Kline, flagman at Royersford for the Philadelphia and Reading rood, attempted to atop a runaway team when be was knocked under a passing coal train and mangled to death He leaves a family.  Drowned While (tenting.  Dem - hit, Colo., July ll.—J. & Jacobaou and Min John J. Ii udder! were drowned in Berkely lake by the overturning of their boul. Mr J at ohs* a was tire buai-partner of Mr. liuddart, who is now In Halt Lake City.  Mistook His Father tor a Burglar.  Sparta, Ilia, July IM. —John Jones waa mistaken by his father, Jute Jones, of this  Fremont's Final Resting (Moca.  New Yuck, July lk—Lieut. John C. Fremont on Monday lost received a telegram from the Native Sons of the Goldarn Wert at Los Angeles, Cals., proposing to start a movement to cuter his fathers remain* after a while in Golden park, Kau Francisco, anti erect a monument The lieutenant communicated with his mother, who fat at Los Angeles, and received a telegram stating that Mrs. Fremont thoroughly approves th* plan.  Overcrowded a Itll Htislnesa.  Pl TTI* Bt im*, Pa., July Ik—Few so rinds J » a representative of the company which contemplates furnishing Chicago with fuel gas from the Indiana fields has I SHUI vainly endeavoring to plaoe an order for SUH miles of idxand eight inch wrought I iron pipe with Pittsburg manufacturers The contract will approximate ll,300,GUO, hut the larger local mills are so over-crowded with orders that thry had to re-fuse this big on -  E nglishmen Hay Iowa Kiev st ors.  Fort Dolton, la , July Ik—An English ay tali, a >• has Umght, through flueenbaum Bros., of Chlrugo, all the elevators owned try the Arm of Gregory A Sin , one of th* large#! grain boring firms of the north-we»t. Tit*elevators arc located all through northwestern Iowa, an I the firm controls a large share of the grain trad# of that part of the state Tire elevators in this vicinity are at Fort Dodge, Clarion, Vin* cent, ate! la-high  laliumanitjr Is a (toy.  Chicago, July IM.—Louis Thorpe, an engineer at 46 Green street. Is locked up at the Desplaiaae Street station on a warrant sworn out by AIL rt Ma goon, of HK VV.st l#k« stre«*L changing him with mayhem, in having sins kingly abused Magtion’s 6 year-old boy William. Tire boy was iii the habit of playing about Thor|e-'s engine room, and the lait r, in fun, beld the ho/ antler a heavy steam drill, injuring him severely.  A fishing Nrhsssvr Seised.  11 ALDAX, July ll - A special cablegram I from HL Itei re Miquelon says the schooner May, front Fortune Hay, N. F,, with a cargo of TOD quintals of c alfish, was seised J in that harbor Thursday morning for selling cod roe*. The vests-1 and cargo are valued at    The    dispatch    dues    Bot  -«e.«. -;    I  •hot w..l nuttily kliu- l    I HW aa WI act of n-iallwi..u on N.nfuund  land.  (Itoia# Im s !*••*! itll Knt< rprtse.  PA I! KE. RE IU MO, W. Vs , July in Jam* G. Blame, Hteve B. Elkins, Senator Camden, amt the Standard CUI company are engineering a gigantic scheme to develop the oil territory of this state. The tnt#* Item is to sink a line of vs< lls front Mannington across the state through the ail fields to Eureka. Already IOO wtdls hare been put down.  It Has * Gory fight.  DI in Q< c, la., July Ik—Two men set-' tied a bitter quarrel In the prise ring at Key SVeot. Their astute are not known, but the fight w it gory. (hie man had three Angers bitten off. and the other was noun l#d bo that iii* friend* didn’t know I nim. The sheriff is looking for the partio-I ipaul* in the affair.  than their  value to obtain prtvitloa** An appropriation of 15,(61! to re,ksv« the distress is asked for.  I’etlttwa from t ••tared Mew.  Washington City, July la—The isoutb-ern State# Colored Republican sswusi*-tion, through Its pre- dent, H J. Europe, of Alebnoi i, has sent to the He; ubl.can member* of th* senate, a |*t.ti ut urging the passnxe of the federal election WU, which it soy* it necessary to secure free and fair election* in the south. Th* hest t or tit of government, the petitioner# say, is that (ti a republican, but the wont form of dtiaeii->hip is disfranchised ciU-tenshlp in a republican form of government They do not seek, the petition says, Mominat too” over the white people of the south; hut rather participation os cit!* us in the governments of the south.  Work (Mg A galas! Professor Swley.  WAsiHKOTim City, July lk—A strong effort is being made to defeat the confirmation of the nomination at Professor (4t*ley to he assistant secretary of the navy, This is lo part a revival of th# old strife between tit# line and th# staff of the navy. The nomination will be opposed on the ground that the law provided that th* ap-point meld should lie melt from civil life and that the spirit of the law won vlo ated when Mr. Holey rest gued hts emu lid as ion in the navy for th - purpose of accepting this Minx lint mein.  A Tesas Member Alter (Kirs  VV ash I Ko tom ('ITT, July lk—There was some excitement in the house press gallery Thureday afternoon over th* appearance of a member of the hornet from Texas, looking for the corrcspontlent of a west • em paj*T with the announcement that : he intended to shoot him on sight. The correspondent is not in th* city and the Texas nu llifier returned to th** floor of tbs house without doing any damage.  New Verb’s Pupal*!lam.  Wash!koto* GITT, July tk—The rough official count id the popu lotion of New lurk city just completed by the census odic , shows that the population Is L&l-V 301, which is an Increase of XV.48 per erat. over the census ret urn-* of IMMU, which gave the population os 1,866, "JU, an Inert**# of 2M per cent. during the decade In the | initiation waa    and    In    IMH,  WW.tLVv  A Michigan Mom Appolaleg.  WArHlxuDEX (’ITT, July lk—Th* president has app*.lim-! O. L Spaulding, of Michigan, assistant w* -retary of the treaa ury, vice George C'. I’m lienor, resigned. Ile was form rlj a ut ut lair of conure* sod la now a special agettt of the treasury.  Will U ■»!ga His (>«■««.  WAamKOTo\ (TTT, July Ik—Judge M.  V. Moiitg. iii ty, of Michigan, justice on the bench id the District of Columbia, btu annoutu*. I hi intention of resigning to ettga c iu th? pr.iCt.lcc of law in bls native stale.  Died of El I di wpltubt*.  I* well Ma-s . July lk—^William Johnson, agist lit, who wa-, bitten by a I dog three months agu, died of hydropho : bis Wtsl **#s»lay.  t lush M >ker« It. turn to Werh.  NKW York, July IM —^Th unslay morn-jug I be cloak cutters gathered at their re,-pi .-(iv.* shops and w.-nt to work as ti-, tai prior to the trouble between them and th dr employers. At about th* aam* I tim * the i m'rr. went to work the Ona tractors threw op n th# doors of their * ■hops nod begr.'i «»»**; on the gar rue ti ta : left unfluh»ht*d tv,, u . he -tr'ke occurred, i The > tntraciors said that it would not lie k tv*- g beior** the plates* of th* striking operators wirnj ie filled with American working girls.  Bangor, Me., was v tai tv I tty a severe thunder storm We luetxlay, doing consid-^ era bl* damage.  I  (I hick Walls) (jtrtfc OI lur.  with Waler in House  Iii  Deputy  lot eoxiao.  Mph-im!Id ^Neighborhood, Hail Iv to at a Sacrifice.  MUST BE SOLD.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  ARR ACKNOWLEDGED THE  Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  - REMAINS  Unc^f nged through Years  Plea*© don't Im- gulled Into trying ©x|M*rlnt©ntal (stove*.  Oyer JOO now In uat- In oar city.  fins S MILL  315 Belle at.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prioea  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  I ban in tov other bouse in Alloo. In ooosequence of tho GRH AI EXTENT of our HALES we ore enabled to do Busiut-aa od a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a ognixeri foci that we boodle by for  rec-  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  4  I  Ii  I am oow receiving a large and varied stock of Clotho, is oil the prevailing shades, for SpriugjSuiu, which I am prepared lo make up lo Ute  Most Pashionablel Stvles,  GU AK ANTH KINO  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.   

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