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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 21, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 2!l.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, JULY 21. 1894).  Levison's Blue-Dlack Writing Fluid.  'Ir,ii  NO 338  NILL  Terrible Shooting Affray  Tuscumbia, Ala.  at  We  Henge Hie World  TO  Produce an Ink that Combine* all the QiialitleN of the  Champion Violet Writing and Copying Fluid.  THE MAYOR OF THE TOWN KILLED.  primer asked for a dri >k of tntu>r when mar it**!!,, nod the offl,  P , thinning bim secttf *ly ImmlciifTi'it, turned toilet it for him. Am Moon mn hi* >*»« k was turned the dew (Mi rite primmer nmde a jump through the window, and before the train could he "'opp- <1 had disappeared in iii** dnrknes*. I be attice/ mmturvhtmi mii the ini la nee of the night, unsuccessfully, and returned home alone.  I IT  rn  IUD  ill;  <  i  VlOlft  Thia f V hltf fit, ii nit,, * Hiark Writing Fluid we guanin ten 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:  First 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.  Strand- Fluidity, a clear, thin fluid; It deposits no sediment.  7'Ainj It will not fade.  Fourth—It will not mould.  Fiftk—While we do not claim this ink non-oorrosive, we do claim It w ill have leas effect on steel [tens than any other fluid ink made.  ■sirius 5 court* 9   Get the Best.  All the Tarries 4 unearned Were Highly I onnreteil snit of tiond KUmllni In th,.  ( > WW1ly—|>artiu Attempt ai Ti aln Hogger? Iii Ohl«^ A ll ami«-titred < rim I -na! .lump. from a Train ami Tssepii i The It) Mini of Crime.  Shi: I' Kl Kl.p, Ala, July 81.-For some month* gossip has link)* I in nohallowed ; intimacy the name of Judge John Sleek of the prelatic court, with that >»f Mr*. VV.  I P. Uh a) Int. wife of a merchant at Tus-i cumhia Tits family on Imth alden are highly connected. Friday evening Met Steal, « young son of Judo* Steal, met Mrs. I ha I ten on the street and uwi] very bitter, denunciatory, and ahu*!re Jan guage to her. Mrs. Chal leo, or some oui els* reported the matter to Mr Challas siul John Goodwin, a bn Aker of Mr*. Chal leo. The two nun proceeded to investigate and went to punish young 8te**l, hut failed to find him. Saturday morning the parties ult came down armed, with th** exception of Judge bf eel, who wa* unarmed. They met at a drug store, and after a few words were passed the flriug began.  Mayer Steele Killed.  The first shot was fire*I by the Hon. John ste«*l. mayor of Tuscumbia and son of Judge Steel, at John Goodwin. The ball struck Tracer Abernathy in the right arm. shivering the Ism# from near the el-bow to the wrist, Ile bad only tried to (pu ll the trouble. The shot was answered by one from Goodwin that struck Mayor Steele In the eye. penetrating the brain and producing almost Instant death. A fhsilad* followed, ami reports materially : differ. On the arrival of the sheriff there was a cessation of tiring. It was found that Tom Goodwin had fallen with a load In his neck, shoulder, and arm. On examination It was found that more buckshot had entered tile floor near his head and hi* face wa* badly burned with pow-  < Ii.*rget! with sn Awful 4 rime.  Hai ku. Ills., July‘JI.—The hoard of supervisors, which has l*-**n in session here hearing the evidence nu I arguments of Counsel in the trial of County Superintendent of s hoot* S 8. Hawley, charged with criminally assault mg a pupil, did not render a decision, but dec ided to submit the testimony in the case to the state superintendent and the attorney general. Tile Ixiard adjourned to meet here again on Aug I, at which time, after having l*-ei» advice I tty th** t Wo state officer*, they Mill pass n(ton the matter.  Items of Public Interest Washington City.  from  DOINGS OF NATIONAL LAW MAKERS.  A Ba  rrvo i vt  I g>CUl I   1  heated the Men of Their Turning*.  lh TF AIA N. Y., July 21.—A dispatch from I ‘ort Allegany, Pa., any* that I, HL S* r iff .rd. who has liven jobbing for F ll. find C VV'. Goodyear at Moore City, baa a s united with pi,50) and cheated Iii* men 4Htt Bf their earnings. A numlier of Austin Ituwchanta ala. were l<a>-r* by his ao-tion. Ttie Met** og Goo*tyear belong in th s city and a~e extensive timberland owners in western Pen Sylvania. Hcraf-*or*i ha I the contract of hiring the woodsmen and chopper* for them.  t *<4pe*l lr,on the OiHeer.  Bm* VK, Ore., July ai.-a forger named C. R Arthur made has escape from the prison guard in a novel way. JI* wa* taken to **« his wife, who is sick. | VV hen he > ama out from ber chamber he was heavily armed, and placing a cocked pistol al the odic* r‘s head he made him profile him out of the house and drove him far into the country, where he es-I ••aped into the timber. Arthur's crime was committed in Mix-muri.    I  The ll ow se Considering the Original Package Hilt and the Senate the Sundry Civil Appropriation Hill — Argament Agate**) the Senate intl to Forfeit Mormon Cli arab Property for tho Support of Com m est to tem is  VYa -hiM.i ,v Cl rf. July 31—McRae of Arkansa intrnriiic -d  M  joint resolution In the hous* Saturday directing thesecraUry of the interior to sus|am*l the issue of patent* for lands to the Union Pacific Railroad company until the adj , tmeot of tin- debt due the United States from saki company and authorising tig* attorney general to institute such legal proceedings a* may he in his opinion necessary to subject t be lands granted to and held by said company to the payment of the debt dug to the United Hue*. FyVrred to the committer on public lands. Th* but then resumed the cou*iderati>ia of the original psi kage UU.  Senate.  The senate met at ll a in. Fryt, from t he select commit tee on Pacific rsilrtupis reported hack the senate* bill authorising • he secretary of the treasury to settle the indehte loess to the government of the Slot!x City and Pacific rat road. Place*I on the * deodar. The senate resumed consideration of the sundry civil anorn' priation hilt.  MORMON CHURCH PROPERTY.  Argument  T  (Th lek Walls) I JI cg** Cellar.  with Water In House  Iii  Depot,  LOT 60x120.   8 atft n s!£rK hlM>rh00d ’  lian,ly   to  MUST BE SOLD.  Artiste  I der. Tom Wed was shot in the calf >  na v*;v  JI'* - "*l» b J  to ti Li  Tin* ••ChripMt" Im not alw ijs flu* ln**t; tin* It FST la al ways t'hfbpwfl.  tilt  The only permanent Violet Ink made It will copy years after writing.  It will not mould or thicken.  It flows freely and does not aret gummy.  It deposit* no sediment.  Abp 1  The Ut.ti Ink made for persons who have weak eyes, or who write by gaslight, As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly seen.  ter It Is absolutely non*corrvivc (a steel pen can be used in it for months) and is especially adapt**! for use in the Sty Agraphic or Fountain Pens  th** leg, but it is only a slight wound.  The Kml I* Not Vet.  For some time Is was feared more trouble woald follow from outside path-*, but it passed over. at leant for the pn-*.<-nt. Goodwin buried hi* wife only la*t Monday. He hi**i pron ,****1 her not to have any trouble over the matter. The famine* In Tuscumbia are closely allied arni it is whispered that the end is not yet The laxly of Major Steel will Im burial from the home of his tither. Tom Steel Is resting easily. Tracy Abernathy is *utiering considerably, but is in no danger unions blood poisoning si ts in.  Mio xii* I. ii i lf j , UMI Legally Acquit.  New V OSK. July ‘JI —'I tie general term of the supreme court Friday reversed the convict ton of "Liverpool Jack.” or John Fit spat rick who was found guilty of kidnap-ting David Kennedy and sending bim Into practical Wavery in Yucatan. I he ci>ur» buhls that the evidence was not Muffin, oily lawful, though ther# is no moral dint bi of Fit'patrick'* infamy.  ••Hoi Ills tv lie'* 1‘sramour.  Ll MIKA, X. V , July 21.—Harvey Coleman. a brakeman on lite Northern Central road, WM -hot and fatally wounded by Hi mon I inkiepoti »h, yardmaster of the road, The two nu n hod Just been to a lawyer * >>fli *e, wit re Coleman signed a p«(>er admitting hi* unl.iwfullntimacy with linklepougb’s wife. Titiklepough  es* i|N*d  DARING TRAIN ROBBERS.  Third and Piasa sts.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  St.  — AGENTS FOR TH Keloids Vumiak Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS.  Glarier Oak Sidles ;iiui Kames  They Assault aa Ktigltiecr and Fir* lints —The Engineer Head.  VAH WKirr, Ohio. July 21. -A Hold attempt at train rebury was made late Friday night on the Cincinnati. Jock son an*! Michigan rat I roo) I.    Three men  boarded the engine of the north-lxmnd passenger train at Enterprise, Ohio, and attacked Engineer Yaudevender and hi<* fireman with hammers and coupling pins, knocking both senesieas. They did not succeed in stopping the train, however, probably owing to the plucky fight made by Cie trainmen, and jam|x*d off before reaching Vail Wert The engineer and fireman were both lying senseless in the cab )>f I he locomotive, and the train which •boul)! have Mopped at Van Wert station rushed through the yard at the rate of twenty-ti*e mile* an hour. Her** it collided with a switch engine and Engineer Vandevender was found dead in the wreck. The fireman is still unconscious and it cannot lie learned whether the en- j glower WAS killed by the train robbers or met his death in the collision. None of j the passengers were seriously injured.  Arr***! til a 4 <oii.tcrfrttrr.  Macomb, Ills,, July 'ti.—Henry Dougherty, atm! bet member of the gung of cotn cr* o]x*r ding in M* (kinough and Hancock  *• unties, a.im jade., here 'The counter /citing conspiracy    awm ml ag unexpected  pf port ion* and m>re arr ext* will be made The gang confined th«*m*e|vc« to making aiel po -sing silver dollars of 18*7 dates.  In 4>|>|MMHlt*Hi lo the Hill to forfeit It.  WABHIX* TWI CHV, July 21.—Kx-Itep resentatlve J.ma it Broadhead. of St.. Ism is, mode an aigument Ivfore the hon X* committee on the judiciary Saturday in apportion to the amate hill to forfeit rile prop >rty of the Mormon church and apply it 11 the support of the common school* of I tall. Mr. Broadhead quoted a number of legal authorities in support of his argument, which was in «u!**tance th.it the pf) VIM MI* of the-comte lull were in vi)»iation of the general principles of low as applied to bo.h legal and illegal piirjhi-H-*; the courts have the ;o«er wit: out <-nngrowninnal ]eiri«lath>u to apply the win !*, amount to the legal pm ,x»-e lie **inI the funds *»f the Mor-mon church which the Mutate bdl intended to con flora ta and have applied to common school fund, were largely made ap of personal dona) ion* and lie contended that the sect tonal s hoots of the Mormon church should is* benefitted by them. and that the common M-hoois had no claims to receive benefit from their .tpjdi at ion  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  4'tnrinnsti freight Handlers* Strike.  ( in* iw \ti, July 81.—The Cincinnati,  Hamilton and Dayton Saturday morning sent a communication to the striking freight handler* asking them to return to work on tbs following te rms: The men to work for twenty day*, aud lathe meantime to app<u ut a committee to lay before th# road* tnelr grievances and demands. At the end of twenty days the road agrees to give the men an an»w#r aud choca* from (ha MW awat and the old the one* they Wished to retaiu Til# strikers unani-mo.isly refused to entertain the proposition and demanded an immediate increase and tie r#* cfm ob of all th# old men.  The General Itefleieney Hill.  WAMIiaomv <drv. July JI.—The general deficiency appropriation hill for the last ti teal year aud prior year* wa* re ported in the house it unlay by Henderson of I„wa Thl* is the last of the gen iral appropriation bill* to lie reported. The t))tal fins tit tit earned tty the bill is G‘i, Im*-»*| on nu ct incite of about IW,S09,(Wi Among the item-in toe hid are the following I .r the exiwnscs of e mtestunte and o rn test* w ie election < a-«a of tit# hi,u*e, |7Ptr*i ami the follow ing appropriation to w dows«J deeeesed re present at ire-; Mrs htirnnei J Randall, $4,tM>, tit* amount due li'presentative Randall for the unexpired term of bis  service. Mr* R W. Townshend, IKi.fitH; Mrs E J. Gay, fj.two; Mr* 8. ti Cox, •TW, Mrs William D. Kelly, fli 225.  ARR ACKNOWLEDGED THE  Amplest. Most Lasting and Fconomxal  REMAINS—  nged through Years  riffle tloii’t be gulled trying e\|,, rimcntu| sttivea.  tett*r .MMI iitKit In list* in city.  into  our  PIUS & mu,  315 lieJle Nt.  Black I Hair and and Atbeatoa Ikxdlng. Building aud Skeet-intr Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and Wkite Sewing Machine*; $30 each. Ageotn for (he  Farm tans.  -FINE LINE OF -  Camases.  Bullies aid  Bee the Best Ko AD CART in the World for SIO.  H. K. JOiSTOi, Hardware Co,  Nine Wen Sentence*! to Death.  I*Allis, Tex . July ti.—There were nine men sentem si to death in tit# federal court Friday by Judge Bryant. Charles Re*-!, a negro, was convicted of assault on bl* step daughte r, aged ID, aud his execution t* fix**! for Get. IO. The merino for a new trial aud an arrest of judgment in the Cross iii tinier cases were overruled anti sentence of death posse*! on tach of the defendants F. J. Ixaw fence. J. B. Chadri* rlafn, 4) J. Cook. Cyrus Freaae, John Jackson, and C. K Cook. Their execution is aet for Dec lh J, (J, Ball and R K Bout coiuptete the list, and their execution is aet for Dec. 19 also. They are nuder conviction for iii** murder of J. T. Box.  Dt|»litberia ill Detroit.  Du noir. Mich., July ii. Alife Mc Ken lie, living rn 'JI Silencer street. appeateMl at the oflhe of «<ipcrinte*ndent of pixie suffering w.th diphtheria The outbreak of diphtheria In the S xteenth Ward, in which twenty six > ts*** have ts*en rejxirt )*l. Ii a* I acarian* origin. A boy having Cie    had both legs cut off by a  Michigan Centrsl train three week* ago, and the children of the neighborhood flocked to ic him. Eight more cases hare I* en r#)w>rte*i among tin Rollick* uesr th# I city line ut th*- northwestern part of the  !  vity, making thirty-four im ail There hare been m v> ral deaths  A ItesolMtloN b) Halaiu.  WAf-HiNUTox Cm. July ti —Holman of Indiana intnxiuced in the h«iure a reno tion directing the secretary of th# interior to rejxirt to the turns** th# amount of land j that bas been )Miteoi«sl or certified to each j of th. land grant railway corporation* of the I ai n Pacific railway system up to I this date, and further requesting him to ^ BBspead the :**ue tit patents or the err | I illest h rn of tim list of lands to the several corp. re ion* of thbsystem until further; aition of coagents in relation to the grants : of pulJic larut* heretofore vuaile by con- I grass to these corp Tat sons.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  \  CARPETS, CU IIT ALN-, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  \  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III.  REDUCTION SALE  N*ta-t'iii«« Mea Assaulted.  ToLKiai, Ohio, July 31.—N>*0-011100 men were unloading a cargo of ties from the ■row lathe Ixtreel, when they were at-j tar kill by number a of men of the Ixxig-shoremen's union. A fight occurred, iii which two nun union men were injured j and carried from the arow in an ii neon-■ setons cornin inn. One union man had his  (  ahull Ider dislocated. Hight poi cement ! checked the trouble. The non union men ! left ami tile unloading wa* given to union j men. The union men asked kl cents an I hour, nnit claimed that ti rn union men worked for at The latter will prosecute I ('apt, M obi man for breach of contract. Five of the unum men have be. n arrested.  Villi IIsmA* in* Biriba.  Wax.int it ne, Wi* , July 31 -Over SOU nuui employed by the three mill com pa Hies at ria* place struck at noon Friday for ,n ten-bom day, They demand eleven hour* i»ay for ten bour*' work. This move im* la-** ii ci >11 tem pts 11 si for some time, the lab-Ter** having held several meetings, and Friday ess appointed as th** day to strike.  I in- mid owner* are wilting to secede to the ten hour day, but ss lamber contracts movie thi* spring were based upon the pre-.en! scale of wa .*•» they refuse to grant eleven bourn’ pay for tea hours’ work.  Dllaoi* Ik* fhlnl alate.  Wasuixutox City, July jl—Illinois Im the third state in population Enough Is known of the cen ans returns to justify I bis «t element. It ha* ontatrip(ie*l < >hio and ta now next to New York arid Penn- ! Sylvania Tea years ago Ohio showed up with    while Illinois could only j  muster 3,07* Mkt In the decade—Ohio's j two big * rite*—Cincinnati and Cleveland I hare mode heavy gains, tm! teether they ' do mg conte say where near Chicago'* in Bra atia  Our  Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOiNER- ConsiJefing Qualities and Styles-  -OF  SUMMER SUITS ANO PANTALOONS  MADE TO OHI XKK.  PERFECT FIT IID SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  Marderext un a Trestle.  I Whkklinu, W. Va. July 31.—While Wood lAewes ami his sweetheart, Mi-* Anni# May, were erw**ing a railroad lr* -tie near Bramwell, Monroe Jones, Ih*w.** rival, overtook the couple anti as*aultod them A )i<->perate struggle took place between the suitor* at the renter of the trestle, Jones had the Is at of it, and drawing a levo wr put a bullet through De wan in art aud the Ugly fell into the creek lie then tired a couple ut shots at the young lady, hut mb-ed her. J«iues has dissp|MM»red and no trs< e of him can tie found  Directer 4Icm> rsl of the M'«t I .I ’■ g«|r.  < mr Am*, July 31.—It seems to he the  general desire of th*- world's fair local direct tire a* well aa riienation.il coni-mission that A T (>o-horn should be selected a* direr: or gen. rat of the world'* fair. and ii is I»• Ii*vet! that bis selection will Is--ffiisriy I trough! ab* mf withins ft-iv vt -ck* It is thought the mayor of Chi*ag » will veto the offensive lake front *>r<iitoltit e  Strike of Muck Island Wwiti-hmrw.  t tilt AUO, July 21. Tile switchmen em ployed in the freight yard of tbs Chicago. Hock Island and Pacific railroad iu this city went on strike 8 ti unlay because of lite discharge of one of their number. The strikers iium'wr from ISO to SU) They hare app* ii ut 1-I a committee to wait upon General Manager St John ami demand tht discharge of Yardmaster Carey. All business on tile .inc is at * standstill.  The iron (de, it develo{s*d liter, was  !  among the yard switchmen only. and that ' they would not interfere with the running of suburban or pa—eager trains  * n v    other house in Alton.    In conte*]ueiict?    of the'  UKK kl    EXTENT of our NALES    we are enabled    to do  Business    on    a VERY CLG.*K MARGIN and it it    a rec-  ogtiixeti    fact    that we Ii on. I Ic by far  LARDER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  Deal It of Mn*. Fargo.  Bt ti vt**, X Y., July 8!—Mr* F F. Fargo »|*c I Saturday mnruin ,- at the family mansion <rn Fargo avenue, after an iiluct* at loiti dnr it.on 111## deceased  was the widow of the late William G. h argo, the well known express man. Home years ago she married F f, Fargo, tm rslat io:i, who was at >>ue tints wail-known in 1 '*hf->rnia |x41 tics  4 rup PrM|Hii is Im Iowa.  Db* MoiXK.% Iowa, July JI.—Tbs week’s weather cr -p bulletin reports the hottest ' w**-k of tile wa.**>n. Harvesting is prog te x*in : rapidly. The hay crop has Is*, n | gel * rally ie* nrwd Siiisli grains will gen-ersllv show fa-r to g*xx| yield, the only draw ixvck* teing shrinkage by bret and rust in |M>ru*>as of rite state Corn b  1  promising, except in rn fe w localities I where it has ix-cu “Ared” l»y drought Tbs ^ potato cre*p will Im shortenc*! by drought. !  SPRING SUITS.  ■'n  -low re wiving a lar^e ami varie I »U* k of ClotUf, in ail Urn  AT  BRUEGGEMAN BRO's.  He Owl Av* ay «• Uh a A ut tune.  IST J.siKPii, Mo., July JI.—( yDIS Craig, smployed for many years ss tbe Msrys-vUle agent >»f the real estate firm of Bart-lett Bro* . *»f this city, is a defaulter and abs* tnler ‘Hi* emptier* and "(her* are oat Is-tween IU",Ok) and IIifijskj. Craig la believed to be in Kent (icky.  I armers llstr ill tit* Millis.  I*vBIs, Ills., July 31.—Trouble between the farmer* att*! mill owner* here and at Rodman lia* ts*en invigoratet The  Farmer*’ Mutual Ik to fit a*** * tai ton has S)Jopted a boycott ag nri all th* mills thai r.quire fst m* r«t...lejxe.ittheir whnat  at riot market p c *• su i when th y *iraw  out ti  JO . ..  nr to take it at tie* then market  I rightful IU*lier I (illusion.  NKW Y<tun. July 81.—A frightful ex-plosion took place Sat unlay afternoon at the lion foundry of I \i-jil.ly Ak Adler, 535 West Fifty fifth street Shortly before 3 J o'clock the boller exploded, demolishing t things generally Mini (resting fearful I havoc. Twelve injured ms ti were taken to Roosevelt hospital, several to Bellevue ami several to the New York hospital. I  prevailing ait ad, *, far Nprin* Miita, wliicli I am prepared to make up in Ult  Most Fashionable!  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  (Successor to A. Brueggeinan.)  Artistic Tailoring and Gent's Furnishing Goods Emporium,  221 Piasa street.  J ti Mi pM-* I ti ton a train ami Fa  Jackson YU. 1 k, Ills, July I Johnson was arr* vt* I by the polloi a few days ag<> on a chaig< way robbery oommitted in this  > aged. I.- Mo#.-Chicago of high-city. A  I*  isM  1 -mi .gal  LY,  rn back for trial. On the return trip tbs  » ll* mill III jfl Ms*it#* I 1 tiaiirr,  , IV, July ti.- I i en# < ar yearn, was ground to death ru*hvi on Hlghlaud avenue lad, vt h of bi re, b id cl im bed ans j.t*i when it wa* lo-iug fell iii wi Cis roil* and was crushed to death before the mach I us comd ba ate ppod.  H.C.G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  in a mc Fridiij ou (ic-move I.  III..)  Hr  I Itll* tidal 4 I Ixia at It DSI et teles.  Palis. July vM.—A dispatch received here from Miatrviilo aaya that the Anan-  1  clat situation there U becoming worse. ; Hie government f Uruguay, the cli*patch further nays, will negotiate a luau ta London. At the chm cg the Montevideo bourne gobi was quoted at 2:<^ per cent. premium.    J  ttfW!  WAMTrn *« J     gas    %    KT.'    fir:    ...  Vt Cd I I ELU ti"'** Dusrsotosd Ba lory mas    PwU  Moraga. * * tab  u jus* twcse  u Mgiassr*. Bmcs saniflete. sue U*s**lliuf eeeesutwa OUT MT Fit Kit. Ut (oxiraatM trixd «m sstwtea Wnts HOW wa MMOTMKWe. Bsrxsryssss. 4'Slea—. DI. <Tt>ls Sosse Is reWsSts.^  -  im. .     ,<tT     os.,.    J*-  ■P ■ *  *  isi......   

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