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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALIX >iN DAILY TELE GRAPH.  T  VOLUME Iii).  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 88.  ISHO,  Levison's Blue-Black Writing Fluid.  ’’IM  NO  til'  IE IHLI.  The House Passes a Substitute for the Senate Measure  IN HORRIBLE AGONY.  A Nm  We  tile World  -TO  Produce an ink that ConblMN itll the Quantic* of the  Charm  ani  ipion Violet Writing a Copying Fluid.  BY A VOTE OF YEAS 176, NAYS  38.  MiksIi KiHlournt In the Hmm Over th* tot* for th* KMM Ko Im I lf ut*— TI* <• Renat r ( ntiNlrt. rill* tho Indian Ap,»ro-|n*lm I Ion 111 I | >nr*h|> lt<-port on th* Mill to IVnslon Mr*, frtmiint Mid MeC'tallan Th* Merchant Morin*. WAKI..NOTO* Cl TV, Jut) 2S.-The hottM began voting on th* “original packwgt*” I Utility tut Moon na th* reading of the Journal had beau concluded. Th e   Mr*.  Alt*< hod with ll v«f repftsbta ss Hoard a Train.  I oLt MBI a, Ohio, July Si —“For heaven'* auk** oall an oJIioHr.'* cr) -d Conductor Warred, kaping from tho no n Little Miami passenger train lief ore it carne to a atop In  t he depot hem, followed by a Moore of excited pa-m tiger*. "There la a man raving with hy In.phobia In the car." Two weeks a Vance ti. Bofftiy, of London, Ohio, whh Int urn on the cheek by a hound which he ahu attempting to p»it out of his boun*. Sat unlay tin dog showed nign* of hydrophobia aud BoflBey, much alarmed, wax on I.im way to the city to place himself fur Ointment In a hospital. As the train neared the city be suffered a lit at the sight of a glass of water, and, barking and snarling, attacked the passengers, who fled to the platforms and, as soon  „     ■    vm    VUU I ut MU.    J    f|0    i i    ,    ■    -war*    or  Amt vote wa* on Adams’ substitute de fin- i ti , “ ,p "* d     R.    jumped    off.  lug ortgill.1 Mw, WU* ««. r«)eeto.|    l    irTZTlnnT    “  -y— a IU Th. ho.- ,b.„  touk     SSS? —tej  vote on UM house substitute for the sen- «|*^'» after spasm.  fely  • await advices from now lies suffering  This < i    Blue-Black Writing fluid  we guarantee superior to any writing fluid in the market. While it retains all the qualitiea of tho best fluid inks it has many which other Inks do not possess:  Mrs*—Brilliancy of color, being a  ate bill which provide* that whenever any article of commerce la imported into any state from any other state, territory, or foreign nation, and mere held or offered for sale, it shall be subject to the laws of that state, provided that no discrimination shall lie mode by any state In favor of the dtlsens of that aute against the (Missus of any other state; nor shall the nuiMp<irtatloii of commerce through any state is? obstructed except in tbs Mew •ary enforcement of the health laws of that state.  Great Kx.-ltemeat.  As t he vote proceeded It appeared that lie result wa* in doubt and then was great excitement At the end of the fir«t  fruity was the  second call the me same, but a numl*»p ut  A Loud Howl from Metro!*.  Detroit, MI*.. July 2».-The Detroit  board of aldermen took the first ate jim Monday toward obtaining a new census in answer to the loud howl from the people. An investigation some time age showed that over 1(J im) parsons had (wen missed in a sinkfIe district. I*olk, the directory man, said Monday that Cleveland, with hut Hi t»if) names in her directory, was given a larger population than Detroit wit ii us 80,000. The aldermen off,red mob for evidence of sitffich.ut omissions to cause a recount.  The Striking Closh Mali AP*.  NKW YOUK, July «-The Situation of virtually unchanged. A gang of over IOU operators  (’prawn Tup rmm?  bion linum; lim LllLflD  Ohio s Latest Murder Mystery Cleared Up.  ENGINEER VANDEVANDER’8 slayer.  dark blue, enabling you to Me what “ll there was an affirmative majority of  1  th* siriklnu^sl/T 'V* you write, a great ad vantage over the I  1 At th * <»* the second call the ma- biking clunk makers is pale ink now in line; afterwards changing to a deep permanent black.  .Second Fluidity, a clear, thin fluid:  It deposit*! no sediment.  Third—It will not fade. hour th—It will not mould.  M/M— While we do not claim this Ink non-oorroetve, we do claim it will have less effect on steel pens than any other fluid ink made.  Get the Best.  The “Cheapest” is not Always the ben*; the BEST la a1 wa va til** cheapest.  pe on/;/permanent Violet Ink made , It will copy years after writing.  It will not mould or thicken.  It flows freely and doee not gummy.  ^deposits no sediment.  A. ©The But Ink made for persona who have weak eyes, or who write by F,    ®v*ry    mark    made    with  ll 1°  can  ha distinctly seen. tkj* 1  It is absolutely non*corrsive (a steel pen can he used in it for months) uu  e, P ecla11 )' adapted for use in the Sty Agraphic or Fountain Pens.  Third and Piasa sis.  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  - AGENTS FOR TURSI. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES and JAPANS.  Charter Oak Steres and Ranges  Black Diamond and Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and iSpraying Pumps. New Home and White Sewiug Machines; $30 each. Agents for Hie  Celebrated Stutter Fan tans.  ...-----  reconsider-  tjon. trunk of Missouri moved to table the motion, aud thin wa* done, A vote w sh then taken on the passage of the bill as amended, wrhlch r. suited-yea* ITB, nay* The bankruptcy UU was then taken  up  Senate Proceeding*.  At th£ con. lo'tu u of the morning basinets the semite, on the motion of De we*, Lmk up the Iud inn appropriation bill,  capital miscellany.  T»m* A rn •-rte* ii Merchant Marine.  Washington Uitv, July -The house oommlttee on merchant marine and fisheries has ordered a favorable report on the senate kill to place the American merchant marine on an equality with that of ot h©r ii at ion*. Th© provitioni of th© im-ate bill are almost identical with those of the hon**- bm on the Marne subj8ct, already repented favorably by the committee, and house calendar. The senate bill will be called up for dispwition in the house, and the bouw* bill will be tabled.  For the Keller of Indian*.  Washington Citt, July ai.-Teller Introduced in the senate Tuesday (by request) a bill for the relief of th* Mo-kaw-bo ko band of Sac and Fox Indiana The NII appropriates #71,018. to be deducted hereafter iu teh annual installments for the money becoming due to the several other bands of Bac and Fox Indians, among whom the proportionate share of the Mo-kaw-ho-koband was distributed.  To Ile Credited with th* Money.  Wa KINGTON (TTT, July 83-Th* house committee on claims bas ordered a favorable retort on th* senate bill for the relief of Maj. Darnel N, liaish, of the I tilted States army. The bill authorise* him lo be credited with #7,880 of government funds of whirh he was robins I at Antelope Springs, \Vy„ in March, 1*«7, while on his way to Fort McKinley to pay th# troops at that station.    I  ‘king a rew ttngry  growl* sad threatening attitudes they were dispelled by two polioeniea. O ie of tin* woe 11 be rioter* whm arrested and suh-wqueOily fined SIO tai the Tomb’s Mio*  The Regatta st Duluth, Winn.  Ut lith. Mien., July TS.-Tbs Junior four oared raoe wa# rowed over again Tuesday morning The Minnesotan won in 10:3d, with Duluth* second In IO 38 and the Bt Pauls third. The Winnipeg* w ere oat of the race from the stats to flute,,  J lie course wn« very rough The Winning* were favorites in the pools, the winner* selling in the Held. The St Paul's led by two Iengt h* to tire turn, w«.erw tin y lost six length*.  Small Poi on the M«-sleaa Holder.  Man Antonio, lex., July 28.—Fmnli-pox is epidemic Along the Mexican side of the birder. At I'u-drns Negrn* 25 per cenL "f th# population lies laten affected, and j the percentage  ( ,f fatality has been very high. In New Laredo there have beeu upward (rf? o people stricken with the dis-en*#. I he Mexicans have taken no precaution < against its spread and bn many of their -mailer towns it is raging unchecked.  Knit Against ( engr**.man Wade.  simian Kl KU), Mo., July SB.—John H. Durn an has brought suit in the sum of fM*QU for slander against Congrreaman »\ illiam ll Watle. In his complaint Dunean charges that Congressman Wails i W bile speaking at Springfield oa butt Saturday used the word*; "Duncan published i » lie on me in The Aurora Advertiser can buy him fo* #3,30.*  —FINE LINE OF—  Cm®. Umps and Shim fapns  Se, the B«t UOAD CART i« th’ World for HO.  Made a Favorable Report.  Washington Cirr, July 28.-The senate committee on penHions re[>orted favorably Tuesday the Nil to petiMion the widows of Geu John Fro mon t and Gen. George B. McClellan at the rate of #8,inn) per annum  Miraculous Cure* Reported.  Ottawa, Ont., July 21—Au additional number of miraculous cures are reported as having taken piece Si the Shrine of Ste Anne de Beaupre in connection with e Pilgrimage recently organised by Abbe Leeago Miss Hogue, a young French Canadian lady, who wa-* crippled, suddenly felt her strength ie turn while partaking of the communion, etui threw away her crutches. Marie Louise Larin, aged 38, who has been for two years paralyzed was carried Into the sanctuary, where, during the communion, •he anew and walked through the church*, aud Tuesday was in perfect health.  was mur-  Murdered fur Penton Money.  SANO Bt* h. Mich., July SH.-Great excitement wa* created here Tuesday when the murdered body of Martin Switzer, an old soldier, was found rotting in one <4 tim ravines near the city limb*. It Is the I»*-li« f of the cill* na who have taken hold of tile case that the debased tiered for his pension money.  Net Goodn in in London.  IgiNDOu, July M. —Nat Good win opened Monday at tho timely theatre in “The Gold Mine.” to a magnificent bouse. He had a most enthusiastic reception, being called I adore the curtain at the end of each act. After the last act he made a speech, which wa* received with applause.  Hew Hu I ter Worth at Chicago.  < un Ai,**. July 2).—The Hon. Hen Dut-terworth. secretary of theRxpueltioe com  Pl mu an Hoadhou** Admit* Having dons-  mliied the Olm* bat (Tlnlm* ll* Ae tag In HwU-ltefenae—Hi* Awful Uorkwlth a ll sui mer— After Killing th* Man H* Hi Nerd Him Up un HI* Seat While Running Through Van Wert.  Van IVrrt, Ohio, July as.-The - Umax i4 the sensations) murder of Engineer V an b Vander In his cab near here Friday wa. reached Monday, when Fireman Road hon e unburdened his mind and confr a-d to having inflicted the fatal Nows upon his companion. IU arcompnuie* Nm story with details in which the pen of a Gaboriau would sevel, wet which stamp the mystery af three daye as one to w hich the criminal annals of Ohio can show nosu)»erior. When the train was aixmt to leave Franklin he avrrs that Vandevunder with etnphatie profanity threatened to do him up. Their quarrel had lawn one of long standing, the eugin-«wr having been reported some time ago for drunkenness, sud the beefer of the tale wa* thought by Vandevamler to I* hi* fireman. Seeing his OOmpaaion’s quarrelsome mooil It ad hoi; se sought to I keep i o» of bi* way a. much mn txwsibie , but bis safety was short-lived.  Kwudhou** A It »r k od.  As soon a- the train left Oh lo City, seven mikes south of here, Vandevetidsr again tUi tied tow ani him, with malignant hi* eye, and said: you up now.* HD  v, __ .    . - W by a crushing  j Now njwn the skull which blinded Rood* j house, end In a trice its oountertwm lev-SM him to the floor, lie then says he pi' k.d up the nearest weapon that came oand, It chancing to be a heavy copper hummer, ami with all the energy of d»*-spate he swung it tw«v down u r H„i the head of hi* enemy. Mling him to the floor of the cab bi an Invnstbl- coalition Uv tbi* time the train tau* na**mg tbmngh N an v> rte. Franng .1.-*»■«,very, he airni-k, vandi-vander a third New upon th* b*ed , hd<1 fti*-u hrs cc-.! the hjdy uti*n the se ti <4 tile sngig.-er. When Ute eolitsion ooonrrwl end the tww mea wens taken from Die WO ok tagh W*rw in an uaoooecioa. wg, j,. tkm, or rather snppua-dly nu, tut tile fie  man dm fesaas r bat Im-wa* only fcsgum,  Se he was afraid that if be acknowledged  me crime Judge LyneIi would pass *uuv  mary vengeant* upon it im.  Hoi Itt reul ||| II in ('tintuJMfifliL  lb- ho taken to ti.e hotel and remalb«d lu Ute same condition until tteturday  morning, whet) he rn ade a great show *f returning ta convciousueea. lie thee udd th* story of a third man in the aah, which b d many to believe that the crime h*d " ,l  «"omitted by a    who    had    Iweri  sent to the j* ii tentisry tqMiti the te«M-mony Of Va.idevvndor. HnudiK, however, he *ayM hi* cen ch.nee liegan to trouble him and he rt-Mnlved to n^ake a clean breast t J the affair. That at: et me rn the doctor* PMolvad to make en elimination of I •,  IF discover if any bruise* would iwar ottt bio story, but not so much a* a scrap b wa* vbdble. Tbs arrest followed and his friend* |tersnsde.i him to clear nu ti„-mystery Mid trust to the leniency of I - twelve good men and trtw to obtain a verdict of killed iu self defence.  JUMPING ON SENATOR PLUMB,  Kau*** Fray!* Giving ll Int a Roast for Mora* Spoken ta the Senate.  Leavenworth, Kau., July th-fNtur-day, in the senate, bemat or Plumb, or th I* •Ute, characterised CoL A. J. Smith, gov ernor of the we*tern branch of the Soldiers’ home here, ae rn tyrant end a brute, i The people of this city universally mteem the governor and ars greatly excited over ; Plumb * tirade. Monday night all the veteran* at the horn a, numbering I,Rio men. held an indignation meeting In Aa wnibJy hall anti adopted resolution* ooh.  ■ donning Senator Plumb's action.  An Kdltartal ( oumx-nt.  The Stan lard says:    "Senator Plumb  ha* hod good, warm friend* In this com-j biunity, men who esteemed him a* a pub lie man and a private ottiaen, but he ha* forfeited all claim* to their friendship if h* I* correctly quoted in the report of :»»*  « w , . P«nj.arrired hcr. Monday. He was wel . -------------,    ----------  'HE aud » eorned at headquarters by President Gage acuate pr<*-ee<1tug* of but Sat ti rd av. The •nd a nlimiter el Ute O’!: 1*D aud dln*< - ] Standard Im prepared pi *ay, with due de tor* of the company, aud at one* Assigned Iteration, that the man who charges that  111 Va* ti leu •    I    .    Ll      m.    a *      __UL a   * * ■ *  Hardware anti Farm Machinery, Alloo, III.  A Rig Scheme In Ic*.  ArorsTA, Ma. July 28.-The roost resent movement in the way of trust* in this section Is an effort to forpi an ice pooL Within a few days people front New York have lawn in the state visiting holder* of ive aud presenting to them the advantage* of com Iii net iw. Tile plan is to get th*! in I loan g< Ic© All lintier on© manatft ruertt and then fix price* Several ice men have gone to New lurk on busine** connected with the proposed pool. It is said here that the Standard Oil company Is poshing the scheme.  convenient sod comfortable quarters.  Ikmiid In lim (It* t (garotte.  MrNl< H, July 2ft—<'raxy King Otto refused all food for three day* His phys! clans denied his cigarette*, and he Ion fl**d rapidly, He consented to eat, on condition that his cigarette* should be re Stored, aud now svery meal must be paid for st the rate of twenty cigarettes.  Illgh Water la Chin*.  London, July si, —The Standard's correspondent at .Shanghai reports that floods Late destroyed the embankment at Lmtwanmins. Bhang Tnlug is inundated, ii,# peiho river is rising and the water* m-w cover the country' unto the Wall* of Pekin.  Governor Mmlth i* brutal in his treatment of the veterans Is a dangerous common liar."  A IteMtarkabl* ta,  Foht DotMfR, Iowa, July 28-Willie Khsrhart, a 2 year old boy living here, is getting along with an ouut« 1ms brain* than he had a week ago. Ill* ahull was badly fractured in at. accident, a portion of the brain protruding In place* Al though it wa* thought the boy could n<4 live an hour, the wound was dressed and a portion of the brain weighing an ounce tx hon mu The bourn were placet] bark in position and knitted nicely. The child la now out of danger, aud the say be is -itre to recover.  surge* ms  REDUCTION SALE  SOMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS  MAUK TO ODDISH.  7 TO FIT AWI SATISFACTION GUAIilfTEED  AT  BRUEGGEMAN BRO  s.  (Successor to A. Brueggemau.)  Artistic Tailoring and Gent*! Furnishing Goods Emporium,  221 Plana street.  Rig Fir*at ( sill*. Ohio.  CAPIZ, Ohio, July A—A fire Marted •arly Tuesday morning sud swept the central portion of the tow n. Tin* Globe hotel, tiilletpie’s big getter*! stun- the Arling Urn and several other central placer* were burned, beside* a number of maiden?*** The origin of the fire ta unknown. Isom about #40,<(to.  (•re nail ter* Off for (termini*.  Lindon, July 28 -Th* Bm md battalion crf liritbih Grenadier guard#, in whose rank* insubordination recently broke (Hit, left london Sunday en route to Derm min. The soldier* were cheered bv the A'.OOO civilian* who gathered to nm them off  Tumult la Haena* Ayr**.  Ill hnom Ad I.a Jal) 23. —The city is greatly agitatad in consequence of th* discovery of the plot to overthrow the government, The ;>alece ie garrifeoned by lim troop* aud 8,Olio arn.. .I t-dic. men. The bonne la demoralised.  Hre h«l by a Hurricane.  Bt. I'k I M.Mu’Ku, July 2s — The town ai Bhmim ha* I wen tartly wrecked by a burr un ne.    A numU-r of people were  buried in the ruins Nineteen tx ti ie* have been recovered.  The city of Hamburg has a surplus of •MOU, UUU  IteaMed aillt Molies Metal.  MILKA! SMI, Win, July «t-An explosion took place at tits North Chicago rolling mills at Rhv View, a a .burh of Milwaukee. early Tuesday morning Joseph Lr WI-, a workman, wa* frightfully scalded with molten metal, and trill probably die.  Drowned ll bile (lathing  Bi tv ut I .a kl, N V, July NS-Fred B.  Cliff, of I loc It euler, -on of Rev. W. H.  Cliff, rf ( Mille, was droaued witileout Im) bing Tho lay uior mg Ha n un taken with cramps. Hi* body ha. not yet lawn ret jvered.  Ko* ml HI* t barred It •ut Min*.  MtNNhAlGLttt, Mina , July 23.—There is now no doubt that Otto Rudat perished In the Beenrttv ware ho ur fire ,.f la-1 Tuesday. I be diggers in tin debris came aer*»#. bu charred reuiaiu* . arty 1’utaday morning.  Nulillfr, hilted by C Ii rte! tau*.  Const th TIN..PU, July «i - A dispgteh  from ( ores report* that w hit»five Turkish soldier* a. re draw im? water they were fallen upon by a b*ud . f (’hri-ti ok whr were lyinj: in ainbu*h aud all w cr* killed.  Tm »* cit a I’ardoM fur Net-he.  Clin ago. Jal/ 22 — r bt friends of tkcar W. N*-«-be, tim An rib.-I Imprisoned at  1 Jolt *t nc d a  .............in    tbi* city Mon- 1   dgy HighDat w bk it * Iin* <*f atwo look-  1  placed In laii, awaiting Int' toward bl* pinion wa* dlacneaxl.    ah out tug  >    I  A llahy Show mb Wheel*.  Asm m PABK. lf. Y., July m.-Monday afternoon iSjxm persons on ticeanplaaa witneHsed a baby snow on whnel*. Two huu treil chertiti* wer • wheel*.) iu their carriincluding ten lain of twin* j 1’he I ndt-d f iatM* tie tmer Trvntou’a Imum) headed the j ror **!on. Mr Jsmee A. Urn.Hey preiedeit the carriages, which were a1- gayly decorated, in a turnout.  fie" lowlier* ftoa’t Waal It,  New Yolk. July SS —“Under no cirr urn ■lance* whatever will I uke the director generalship of th* Col tm hi to exposition," ■ald Gen A T Unshorn when SMked by a reporter if he had Uvn offend the (»«i ti.hi. Ile d'-rlintd to give bis na-*,im but Hje.ke with sn ilfliaala which left no 'Ioubt cf hi* tliiH-rity.  Rear Tariff Reform Papae.  MoxnctU/t, 111*., July 21—A new Dr me* rat I? tariff reform paper called Th* Cern; G-gti »< lip|wr, mad* it* eppearencw here Monday. It ti edited by (’el. KH Drum. the former sit or of Tit* Be nu-ut ti zone I hi* is (tie second paper for Cerro Gordo aret the xer.md Democratic p*p«r in Pl tit "ounty  A Bargain.  . (Thick Wall*) Large Collar.  with Water In Honan.  In  Depot,  LOT 60x120.  MUST BE SOLD.  to  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  ARR ACKNOWLEDGED THE  Simplest, Most Lasting and Economical  -remains—  Unchanged through Yaars  cit).  1*Ichm» don’t Im* gulled ■tig expert ut? it til I stoves. Over .‘loo now In  nfM .  in   into  our  315 Belie st.  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOT US, RUGS, Ac.   o——— —  Our Prices  WILL BE FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  ORK VT TvTK-NT b °r ti!C    J    ti.. -   ti KE AT EXT ENT of our SALES we are enabled to do  Butine*! on a VKKY CLOSE MARGIN  oglilied feet that we handle by far  xud it it a roo  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANV OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY.  SPRIK SUITS.  Pontiac,  4 ll) Marshal shot,  ll , July -A-A tty Marshal Hodge wi-j» shot in rh* left gr». n Monday tuor ii Dig while arr«*tiug Dan N'urlh, it ta fas rad fatally. N'urtb wa* arrest*-1 aud the result of th#  I am now receiving a large and varied stock of Clothe, in all the prevailing shades, for Spring Suite, which I am prepared to make up in th*  Most Faahionablel  Stvles,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.   

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