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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 22, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 * V  •ms.  TELEGRAPH  VOLUME 29.  ALTON, ILL., TUEH DAV EVENING, JULY 22. 1890.  Levison’s Blue-Black  Ulfilini* CVttirl  111111115 num.   ,T,l: iUUV  n\.  They Invade San Salvador but Are Routed Out.  TORE UP THE TRACKS.  War  lh#*  SR  w  We  MDP tie Worlfl  -TO  Produce an Ink that Combiner* all the Dualities of the  Champion Violet Writing and Copying Fluid.  The only 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 deposit* no sediment.  ESrThe Hest Ink made for {arsons who have weak eyes, or who write by gaslight, As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly seen.  Aar It is absolutely no ii-corral ve (a steel pen can he used in it for months) and is especially adapted for use in the Stylographlc or Fountain Pens.  ■ar;'  IP'- foot* ann* *V^j  This < eUhrat>d film 9 Black WritingFluid 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:  First- Brilliancy of color, tieing a dark blue, enabling von to see what you write, a great advantage over the pale ink now in use; after wards changing to a deep permanent black.  Sci-orut 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 lees effect on steel pens than any other fluid ink made.  Get the Best.  The “Cheapest** Is not always the hest; the MEST Is always the cheapest.  Tbird ad Piasa sts.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  -AGENTS FOR TI IESC Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS.  Charter Oak Steves and Kalifs  Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; $30 each. Agents for the  -FINK LINK OK  Cams. Bailies, aal Sprint Wagons  SM tie Best ROAD CART    World for Un.  I IL IBI Onto Cl.  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, 111.  WAR BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES  It Wa* I'ism rn enr rd WK Inuit tho. Usual formality of a Ore Urn Hon of ll Wtltl lim and tho First Victory It mu I U«1 In favor of Man » to ,|„i The Guatemalan. Outnumber I be People of San Sal.  ♦ ador, but the Latter Are Said To Ile netter Armed.  ClTT or MRX ICO, July 23 -The lotig-threstrnwl war has broken out between Guatemala and Salvador, according tooffi-elal advices received by the confidential agent of the provisional govern meat of ►San Salvador, Senor Geronimo Pou, who arrived bere Saturday night from San Salvador. It began without the usual formalities of a declaration of wnr, and few his countcy Senor Hon claims first victory. Bettor Pou then exhibited th# following telegram from (Jeu. Ere ta:  JtXI.T IS. The eneio V. S.ono strong. Thursday Invaded San Salvador, but our for we bravely re | rn lend them. cst), lug their complete rout. Many pieces of artillery, large quantities of ammunition and hundred, of stack, of arms were captured by us. I have given orders to ad van e Into Guatemala.  Senor Pou (cays the Salvador army Is armed with Remington rifles, machine guns, and mountain batteries, and is generally well eqlpped with plenty of money. The Salvadorian forces are Inferior in number to those of Guatemala, hut Senor Pou says that he ha* received advices that disaffection has occurred in the army of Guatemala, and two battalions have refused to proceed to the frontier, which, ire thinks, will have the effect of equalizing matters. Gen. KjmMa is commanding the movements of the Salvador forces.  Well Armed forces.  Minister Diego#* of Guatemala and San Salvador says that the only dispatches received are from points in San Salvador where it is known that prose censorship is in force. “Onr forces are well armed with Remington rifles, Gatling guns, and mountain batterie*, and if Han Salvador has KUH'met, bi the Acid, we have nearly double that nu rn lier. While it is true we have no big fund in the treasury, everybody in the country will come to the front with money in onae there be war.* It la the general opinion here that in case there be war between Guatamala aud San Salvador, the first-named country will be victorious, owing to im superior forces.  “There is not, nor has there been, anarchy in Ban Salvador." said Senor Pou. “Thera has been absolute peace in every department of the republic. It is thor oughly understood by onr people that Gen. Recta is only our provisional president and that he will riot attempt to force himself upon the republic as president Candidates are also active throughout the i country for the position, but it is a good natured ooutost. there being nothing like th* assassinations or disorders or pronunciamentos in any department as reported.  Basel*., Fabrication*.  "I officially deny the reports of uprisings, assassinations, and other things that have been circulated The telegram to the effect that Gen. Eseta has threatened to shoot the families of those men who have gone to other countries since the •kl and has b own up houses with dynamite ar* baroi*#* fabrication*. Gen. Haets upon bring made provisional president baned a proclamation of amnesty to all political exiles and that they are taking advantage of desire la evidenced by the return of Gen. Moran from San Francisco. Ii is Gen. Kxeta's idea to endeavor by proclamation to bring back all of the refugee, to the count rf Gen. Moran has without question been well received and bae been welcomed by the provisional president and by a special committee who awaited his arrival at the post.”  It to rumored that President Barillas of Guatemala talks of resigning. Gen. Barrad la, the Guatemalan ref ugee, has left Oaxaca to take part in the war. He will probably raise the standard of revolt in (JustemaJa. __  Hr po rf a Possibly K Bagge rated,  Pa gift, July EL—The Guatemalan minister herr, referring to the reports from Mexico that war baa broken out between Goat* malta and Ban Bal v ad or, says that th* telegrams from Mexico ars inexact. War has uot been declared, be says, and no Guatemalan troops have crossed the fron tier of Ban Helved or. It to the minister 1 * "piniou that the fighting referred to In the dispatches must have occurred la th* in* { tori' >r of Ban Salvador, between factions in that country.  Ile! ween rn City ('nu or It end Owner of a Mf reef t ar Line.  Asur.Aftrrf.Aj ‘th!*?, July 22.- The ca! initiation of s bitter war between the city council and John Stewart, owner of the street railroad line between the city and harbor, took plat* Saturday night, when nearly the entire length of UU road, three miles, was torn up. Stewart obtained a franchise seven year* ago aud built the road under a state charter. Within th* inuit few year's he has beaten th* city twice at law and three months ago the council passed an ordinance revoking his franchise, and announced their intention of tearing up the track*. Hie wart obtained a u*m|<orary injunction and on Haf urd ly a bearing took place before  DK LM AT HOME.  She Denies the Truth of Recently Printed Stories.  SHE WILL NOT MARRY THE MARQUIS.  A Bargain  I* Fact, Kkc Hum I Hie Slightest Is tee tlan of Marrying Anybody— A Rascally  “Hanker'* Nearly Mobbed by . < rend of Flitted P.. I ark*-Arranging for n Pl a lit Itct ween Sullivan tnt dim Corbett—-Mew York Cwaiy.  New York, July S3 -Mrs Frank Ira-  Jodgs Sherman, Who din- iv rd the in  ,J# *  wko  ••rived from Europe by th*  jnnotion hut allowed the reattaining order to hold until Monday.  Could Not Relay th* Track*.  Regardless of thin a secret aeoeion of the colin* ii wa* railed and at i o’clock SIO men headed by the marshal aud entire polio* force begun tearing up the tracks, which wa. completed by midnight. Sunday afternoon Stewart set a force of  In  steamer City of Rome Sunday eat in her apart Hu nt. In the Gerlach Sunday night aud told several reporters that there wa* absolutely uo truth lo the stories which have been printed, alleging that she had engaged herself to marry the Marquto de Laavllle, Mrs. Leslie triad, the denial es strong and swiping aa possible, and con-  SMS SSSt&s*SSTTiS^HI Depot,  anyUaly. “I weal to Europe about seven week*ago,” rite ut id, “because Dr. Thomas. my physician, said that I tans* really go away or die.  if arreted by Newspaper Mea.  “My lungs were seriously * fleeted and I ! coughed sc violently that it interfered PROBABLY A HORRIBLE GfllME. ! with my digestion. My trip did not dome   -much good, because Ute newspaper men  It Now Look* a* T bouffe the y ne bee Tie- barra--"! me sa During my stay abroad tim. Mer* Murdered.    I nu-the subject of much disagreeable  OI nu < . Can , July 22 —It is now he- gossip. and just before I sailed fur home lieved that the Av* victims of Friday oorre* im indent interviewed me In my cabin morning’s Are above De Idimarre’s tavern  at  * o’clock iii the morning Thi» wa# dower* the victims of a horrible murder. J    «nptoa*ant, you know, because  Herr* Maranda, father of the family, who 2? '  not  i 1110 "  what    mw   . i #    »    *     tt ,    for h*V0h dftvi or until the hoiiM&wnrtl  HrrirMherea h-w days aKo rom or,we- journey was over." Mrs Leslie ray. .he ber. Maaa, to take hl* #  family to hut new intends to settle down to hard work in  town until Octet* r, worn sh* will start on a lecturing tour in the weal.  (Thick Wall**)  I JI IRO (VI lur.  with Water Iii House  were driven away by the police. Th# oily ba-e, it. action on an alleged non fulfillment of contract. Stewart will bung suit for damages There is great excitement over the affair and the removal of the lr*. ks will nave an injurious effect on the business interests of the city.  lot eoxiao.  Hplendld^Nelgt 1  borhood. Handy to  MUST BU SOLD.  home in Maenachuwtta, la said to have had It .AW in his {K<H«e salon. Humor to current that Maranda, his wife and three children were murdered before the fire wee started. Their charred remain* were taken to BL * f'hnrle*' cemetery Friday, but Saturday, in consequence of the current rumors, Dr*. J I-av re and Robin* were sent to the charnel oiira to make a post-mortem examination.  Sensational Testimony.  Eli# Dufour, a 1A year old boy, swore et the eoruner’s inquest Saturday that ^>out a fortnight ago Us Iatmarre, in wotm tavern the fire originated, end who hi now a prisoner by order of lh* coroner, offered him 8& to set fire to the house and ll I if he rucceeded in burning it, giving him minute instructions where to find matt hee, etc. A tremendous sensation j was carnied by this evidence end til* inquest was Immediately adjourned until Ttie«*day. De I-tm ar re was heavily insured.  To Meet on Hie Hat deltoid.  lltooiliKoto*, Ills., July 22. —A meeting of all surviving participant* in the battle and siege of Lexington, Ma, Bapt, IS to 90^ I MBI, has t .-•■n called to take place on th* Iwttle ground there Sept. Id, IT, and HL * I•<xi. to ascertain the location of and part taken by the several commenda, make correct mali*, and gather hl-tflrical data. Among th* important point* to settle is what Union troop* took part in lh* famous ; and desperate charge od the hospital, was the occupation of and firing from th* hospital, wa* the occupation of and firing from the hospital by Gen. Price's forces just 1 tied, ami wa* the slaughter of bt* ; men found fighting the Union aide and wounded right, or was either or both of these acts violations of the law of warp  ie  ; Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  REDUCTION SALE   OF’  SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MADE TO ORD Kit.  PERFECT FIT IND SATISFACTION GDAHANTEED  I    -AT-  BRUEGGEMAN BRO's,  (Successor to A. Brueggeman.)  Artic ic Tailoring md Bent'* Fumithing Goode Emporium,  221 nasa ut coct.  Knocked Owl Original Tarkages.  (’namnhilaix, & D., July 2t—Judge Haney, of this district, has sustained his temporary injunction closing the original package houses in this city. Tbs grounds given are that th* enabling act admitting South Dakota to statehood authorised the enactment of the prohibition clause In the Mate constitution. Such enabling get having limn passed by congress subsequent to th* passage of the inter-state 1 commerce law  Oo»t la Front of a Romper.  SAOCX Cm, la, July 22. —The 6-year-old son of William Kiser, living near Correctionville, this county, met death in a horrible way. Ilia sider brother wa* running a self hinder and In some way the little fellow got in th* tall grain ahead of th* machine and before he could get out of the way his legs were almost severed by the sickle ll* bled to death before medical ald could be summoned.  KtapoXI with a Mulatto Girt.  Wkkeliko, W. Va, July Mi—W. M. Brooks, a wealthy merchant of Toronto, a, has mysteriously disappeared. Recently Brooks, who has an estimable wife, became blindly infatuated with Melissa Smith, a handsome mulatto girl. A few j days ago neighbors warned Brooks to forsake the colored girl. He promised to do sa but secretly sold out his store, mort gag ml his farm, and fled.  Died Der!eg Ills tlaep.  NKW ARK, O , July 88 —Felix Kraits, an honored and re* {wets* I firm r of McKean township, was found duad in his bed by bls wife when she awoke Saturday morning Ile was well and hearty wben be retired Friday night. It to pres ti turd that bs died without a struggle, as his wifs knew nothing of biadeath until she awoke and found his corf)** beside h**r  A Democratic meeting, which was to have been beld at Columbus, CC, Saturday, and at wfficb Judge Thurman was to have presided, was postponed because th* judge wee toe ill to appear.  •tt-ers la a Dreg hor*.  Philadelphia, Pa, July *3 —.Seven big Texas steers walked into Llewellyn's drug store ou Chestnut street above Broad, and after making a tour of the ptviuis** withdrew in an orderly manner without doing any damage whatever. A carload of the auimals bad been unloaded at Thirty-second and Market streets. The leader of the seven walked boldly In. followed by the others tn Indian file. Down toward the prescription desk they stalked, with heads inquiringly er.-cf. The prescription clerk wee there and wave ! them out with a three-I**.god stool, The steers were corralled wbeu they reached the airest.  Laughing al the Admiralty.  I jim a tx, July aa.—The British admiralty authorities are being subjected to a goon ileal of ridicule, because of the fed that serer*! of the warships which were ordered to proceed to the man* a ti Tres Mi.re been obliged to undergo repairs on the eve of their departure Iii* old theory that a man-of-war lo commission to as a matter of course kept la condition for the immediate execution of any orders, to no longer lived up ta it seems, end e commen ter to no longer supposed to know whet condition his vessel is In until in vasion arises for ascertaining the fact.  New Railway Incorporated.  Ik hi A vain ilia July ML—Article* of incorporation of the houlsvilto, Richmond and Dayton railroad company have been flied. The road is to be about lh) miles long, with Its main office at louisville. The capital stock is to**,000. The seven directors are J. S. I tot rainier, of Richmond, Ind.: a A. Culbertson, of New Allan.y, and George L. Danforth, A. Cox, William Mathews, J, C. Fawcett, and Dennis Long, of Louisville  TWO RASCALS NEARLY MOBBEO.  Polarks Ai euro a "Hanker" at Appropriating I hair Nom;,  Nm York, July 2X—Saturday afternoon several hundred angry people besieged the banking establishment of Bernard Aronson, st 70 Canal street, hooting at and denouncing Arou.von, whom they accused of having mtoeppmnrlated funds entrusted to bim to he used in bringing out their relative* and friends from Poland. A number of tb* crowd forced an mirance to the building, and savagely (Unaimed Mi** hanker and his clerk. Samuel Silako-wltx In response to the cries of the two men for help, Detective Mio WI J. Keep appeared, and after rescuing them, eon ducted them to the KIU ridge street station.  A < laud ut fro seedling RU—mss  On being arraign I st the Ksaex Market polio* court yesterday almost every man and woman In lh# crowded court room desired to appear against the prisoner* and testify as to the worthless character of the tickets -sui by Aronwm to Europe, The banker ami til* clerk were remanded.  Fatal I.-.Her La pi. "Itta.  New York, July 38 —A I Her In the building located on Keg!* avenue and One Hundred and Forty ninth street exploded Monday morning. Th* building w«* shot tem! The explosion set fire to a Ona »i< ry frame barn at SHO (GagIe avenue and s t wo story frame dwelling owned by Char ** Jo.lev An Italian laborer named Milo who wa* rte.r the boiler at the lime was struck on the aid* of the head and hi* skull ba My fractured. Annie Setting was struck with a fragment of the boiler on th* ankle, crushing it. Lido was taken to th* Harlem hospital, but it to feared he can not live.  Piston* aa a Pilgrimage.  New Youk. July Ti -Ohs hand rad rap ran# ii tat! vra of the Masonic brotherhood, of high degree, from Mecca temple, aa •toot arid accepted Scottish rite of the mystic shrine, with their friends, left by the West Shore railroad at I p. rn. or a pilgrimage to Yellowstone pa.k and Call fonds. They are to bs the apicial guests of th* Noble" of Islam temple, San Fran cisco, and will fo<* a I wen I for a full month. They will travel over the entire mate in hand* tn« veal I bu ie train. A baggage car will be attached, specially arranged with receptacles for trunks which will be accessible at all tints*.  ARU ACKNOWLEDGED THE  Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  - REMAINS-  Unchanged through Years  I’lfttxr don’t bv gulled Into trying rtiwriniruUl stoves.  Over 34Mi now In time in our city.  Pins & HAWI I  315 lieu# at.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CC RT AINU CLOTHS, HUGS, Ac.  OIL  Minneapolis Consol Fronds.  ST. Pa IU July-#.—Fie# warrant* wore issued Saturday for Minneapolis enumerators for complicity in census frauds Rut  on* man, I*>ufo Hagerman, was arrest sd, as the of liers could not bs found One warrant wa* for Ii Areason, su i from hts wife the whole story cam* oat. Hit* naively remarked that ber husband was in Cor-atis. but that utile** he received some mote y very soon he would return.  at "u h fey a Trois and Killed.  Jersey City, N. J. July 38—Thomas Farquhar sud ins three children were overtaken by s train Hat un!ay near West Bergen. Farquhar saved the little out-* by throwing them down sn embankment. It was then too late for him to save himself, and be was struck aud killed.  A llauher Kent*! reg to Prison.  V’it.*va, July 38— Alfred von Ki-odlar, the batiker fort.uirly Swedish ((instil at Vienus has to va irh-d and c m rioted on charges cd fraud aud smb. ulttuwil and sentenced to > «*veu years lienal servitude ami th* lot.* of ait his titles.  A Mounts.net Flesh.  Ti *xg a, Ida, July 32.— John Harris, Ute largest ii iii iii UlitioK died at his bom* naar here. Ile was Iii years of agv, _ ami his weight for many year* past has ban between OU) aud TUbjtounda  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than in gov oilier bouse to Alloo. In consequence o^TKa"""™* GREAT EXTENT of our SALES wa ara enabled to do Hilliness on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ie a roo ognixed fact that we handle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  Trying la Arrange a Fight.  New York, July 88—The Dwyer Bros have offered to Imck “Jim” Corbett, of j California, for 830,000 against John L Balli van, and Charley Johnson, on* of Bol-1 liven'* I-1.west friends here, stated that he would And the 830,000 fur Sullivan. Arthur Lu iii ley, Sullivan's backer in his fight with Ktirsla said U to probable that as soon aa the racing season closet Corbett will either fores Sullivan to * match Of compel him to relinquish th* champion ship.  Retails the genal* ('rawer Se aaa I Ion.  New York, July 33 —Information has bran received her* that Dr Edward G.  Holley, of Wilkesboro, Bs., while riding a horse on Saturday at Aspen, Cola, was thrown end instantly killed. Dr. Ma]ley was on# of two brothers who were charged with the murder at Bavin Hock, near New Haven, Conn, of ham foetus Jsanto Cm mer some years ago It was, however, found imp. set ii Ie to convict the Hailey*  A Ut. Lout* J our aal Ut Head.  Bt. Lucie, July 28—CharIra A. Taylor, a well known newspaper man, was found  dead la bis room Sunday The cause of *    .    .    .__. , - . ,.    ,    »  his death w as an overdo** of morphine, prevailing shades, for Spring Suit*, wind I mu prepared lo make up in the which Mr. Taylor took to allay bodily «_    _    _  pju. nom. tim, Mi T.yi.ir wm on    2VIost    Pasliionablel  OI v leo,  GUARANTEEING  I am now receiving a I ary e aa I varied stock of Cloth*, in ail lh*  the editorial staff of Tim Globs-Democrat. and later was employed on The Republic. Hi* wife surviVM bim.  Tbs Hekrtag Sea Trouble,  WasiumOto* City, July 88— It Is St the stat* department that the apondenot on the Behriug sea trouble will cot be sent to the senate until the latter part of th* week, because of Mr. Blaiaeto desire that it shall Include several meant communications to Lord Salisbury on th* subject,  Hew ar* fur DI a man 4 Titters#.  Ba it A Tor. a, N Y., July 22. -Tbs reward lo the Iii ta# diamond robbery has bran increased from |1,(MU to 88,500 by Hr. Iii las, with instructions w Lick may mek* it nu object to *>uu. body to oonfess. Th* oms sa It stands tMifflea the polios.  Woarge Bago Fights a Dust  Fahie, July 38. -A dual with swords was fought Bu ml ay bstwran M Mentor sud George Hugo, son of Viet Of Hugo, in wdiic'i M Hugo wu slightly wounded. Th* (rouble ar os from a private quarrel.  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  • 4 BT  .".IHWU_____   I . sssaaa *»i»r> »•># kiiwum,  see- .-en, ion. auafc eoeistoas. a»ui (i a mara rn OlTriT rstl. IF* gaaroalM MUI w eSewras. VltHft M KOTH BMS. R arear* sees, Cb I euro. IU-  vee* Fain.  J**  WUtB  ♦   

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