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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                Produce an Ink that Combines all the Qualities of the ALTON BAILT Levisons BlueBlack Writing Champion Violet Writing and Copying ITINC FLUID This Celebrated Dittoniaclk Writing Fluid we guarantee superior to any writing fluid in the While it retains all the qualities of the best fluid it has many which other inks do not possess of being a dark enabling you to see what you a great advantage over the pale ink now in use afterwards chang ing to a deep permanent a thin fluid it deposits no will not will not we do not claim this Ink we do claim it will have less effect on steel pens than any other fluid ink Get the The only permanent Violet Ink made will copy yearn after It will not mould or It flows freely and does not get It deposits no Best nk made for persons who have weak or who write by As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly is absolutely noncorrsive a steel pen can boused in it for months and is especially adapted for use in the Stylographio or Fountain The Cheapest is not always ho hest the BEST is always he The House Passes a Substitute for the Senate Measure BY A VOTE OF YEAS NAYS Much Kxultoinent In tho Home Over the Vote for the House Simuto CoiiHlrtorliiir tho Indian Apjiro priiitloii uvorablo on the Hill to Fremont und Merchant WASHINGTON July house began voting on the original package bill Tuesday as soon as the reading of the journal had been Tho first vote was on Adams substitute defin ing original which was rejected nays The house then took a vote on the house substitute for tho sen ate bill which provides that whenever any article of commerce Is imported into any state from any othor or foreign and HUTU held or offered for it shall bo subject to tho laws of that provided that no 3Ucrimiua tipn shall be made by any state In favor of the cltieons of that state against the olllnens of any other state nor shall the transportation of commerce through any state bo obstructed except in tho neces sary enforcement of the health laws of that Great As the vote proceeded It appeared that the result was in doubt and there was great At the end of the first call there was an affirmative majority of At the end of the second call the ma jority was the but a number of members changed their votes and the vote as announced nays Grosvonor of who had changed his vote for the moved a reconsider Prank of Missouri moved to table the and this was A vote was then taken on the passage of the bill as which nays Sa The bankruptcy bill was then taken Semite At the conclusion of the morning busi ness the on the motion of took up the Indianappropriation CAPITAL WEDNKHDAY JULY Third and Piasa Ready Mixed Paints i Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and tarter Oak Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE OF See the Best ROAD CART in tfl0 World for The American Merchant WASHIKGTOS Juiy house committee on merchant marine and fisher ies has ordered a favorable report on the senate iill to place the American mer chant marine on an equality with that of other The provisions of the sen ate bill are almost identical with those of the house bill on the same already reported favorably by the and now on the house The senate bill will be called up for disposition In tho and the house bill will be For the Iteliof of WASHINGTON July In troduced In the senate Tuesday by re quest a bill for the relief of theMokaw hoko band of Sao and Fox The bill appropriates to be deducted hereafter in ten annual installments for the money becoming due to the several other bands of Sac and Fox among whom the proportionate share of the Mokawhokovband was To Tie Credited with the WASHINGTON July house committee on claims has ordered a favorable report on the senate bill for the relief of Daniel of the United States The bill authorizes him to bo credited with of govern ment funds of which he was robbed at Antelope in while on his way to Fort McKinley to pay the troops at that Made n Favorable WASHINGTON July senate committee on pensions reported favorably Tuesday the bill to pension the widows of John Fremont and George McClellan at the rate of per annum IN HORRIBLE Man Attacked with Hydrophobia on Hoard It heavens sake call an cried Conductor War leaping from thn noon Little Miami pawenger train before it came to sstop In the depot followed by a score of ex cited There is a man raving with hydtopliobla In the Two weeks ago Vance was bitten on the chock by a hound which he was attempting to put out ot his Saturday the dog showed signs of hydro phobia aud much was on his way to the city to place himself for treatment in a As the train nearod the city he suffered a fit at the sight of a glass of barking and attacked the who led to the platforms as soon as the trains speedadmitted jumped Iho unfortunate man was sufcly taken to the Central station to await advices from hie where he now lies suffering spasm after A Loud Howl from July Detroit hoard of aldermen took the first steps Monday toward obtaining a new census in answer to the loud howl from tho peopla An investigation some time ago showed that over persons had been missed in a single the directory said Monday that with hut names in her was given a larger population than Detroit witn its The aldermen offered 1800 for pvidence of sufficient omissions to cause a Tho Striking cloak July situation of the striking cloak makers is virtually un A gang of over 100 operators and tailors gathered in front of Meyer JonasHons house on Broadway about 8 ranny of them being armed with but after nicking a few angry growls and threatening attitudes they were dispelled by two of the wouldbe rioters was arrested and sub sequently flned in the Tombs pollco The Itegntta nt July Junior fouroared race was rowed over again Tuesday The won in with Duluths second In and the Pauls The were out of the race from the start to The course was very The Winnl pegs werefavorites in the the win ners selling in the The led by two lengths to the where they lost six SmallPox on the Mexican SAN July is epidemic along the Mexican side of the At Pietiras Negras 25 per of the population has been and the percentage of fatality has been very In New Laredo there have been up ward of 200 people stricken with the dis The Mexicans have taken no pre cautions against its spread and in many of their smaller towns it Is raging un Ohlos Latest Murder Mystery Cleared ENGINEER VANDEVANDER8 Fireman Having Oom nilUod theCrluiobut Claims He Aeted In His Awful Work with a After Killing the Man He llmced Him Up on Scat While lion nlng Through Van VAN July cMmw of the sensational murder of Engineer Vandcvander in his cab near here Friday was reached when Finman Hoadhome unburdened his mind and con fessed to having inflicted tho fatal blows upon his He accotopanles WsBtory with details Jn which the pen of a Gaborlau would and which rtamp the three dayi M to which the criminal annals of Ohio can When the train was about U Franklin he avers that Vandcrauder with profanity threatened to do him up Their quarrel had been one of long the engin eer having been reported some ago for and the bearer of the tale was thought by Vandevander to be his Seeing his companions quarrelsome mood lioadhouse nought to keep onr of his way an much as possible but his safety was Itoodhoiuie As soon as the train left Ohio aevcn miles south of Vandevunder again turned toward with malignant hatred gleaming In his and said wlth BE Suit Aguiiut Congressman July Duncan has brought suit in the sum of for slander against Congressman William In his complaint Dun can charges that Congressman while speaking at Sprlngfleld on last Sat urday used the words Duncan published a lie on me in Tho Aurora I can buy him for Murdered for Pension SAND July ex citement was created here Tuesday when tho murdered body of Martin an old was found rotting In one of the ravines near the city It is the boliof of the citizens who have taken hold of the case that the deceased was mur dered for his pension Hardware and Farm III REDUCTION SALE OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS VtADK TO Id FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Allriiouloug Cures July additional number of miraculous cures are reported as having taken place at tho Shrine of Anns de Beaupre In connection with a pilgrimage recently organized by Abbe Miss a young French Canadian who was weak and suddenly felt her strength re turn while partaking of the md threw away her Marie ixmlse aged who has been for two years paralyzed was carried Into the Curing tho she arose and walked through the and Tuesday was in perfect A Scheme In July most ro oont movement in tho way of trusts in this section is an effort to forjn un loo Within a few days people from New YorK have been in the state visiting holders of lee and presenting to them the advantages of The plan is to get the Ice all under one management and then flr Several ice men have gone to Now York on business connected with the proposed It is said here that the Standard Oil company is pushing the RUEGGEMAN BRO Successor to Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods 221 Piasa HlR Flro tit July flre started early Tuesday morning and swept tho cen tral portion of the The Globe Gllleipies big general tho Arling ton and several other central places wore besides a number of The origin of tho flro is about Off for July Second battalion of British Grenadier In whose ranks Insubordination recently broke left Ixmdon Sunday on route to The soldiers were cheered by the civilians who gathered to soo them Tumult In Iluunim HUKNOS July olty la greatly agitated in consequence of the discovery of tho plot to overthrow the Thu palace Is vanlimned by troops and armed Thu bourse is Wroukutl by u July town of Sloiilm has been partly wreuked by u A number of people were burled lu thu Nineteen hodleu have been Tho olty of Hamburg n turplun of Not Goodwin In July Goodwin opened Monday at tho Gaiety theatre in The Gold to a magnificent He had a most enthusiastic being called before tho curtain at the end of eacb After the last act he made a which was received with lien llutlonvorth at July Ben But secretary of tho Exposition com arrived huro He was wel at headquarters by President Gage and a number of the officials and direc tors of tho and at once assigned convenient and comfortable Jlonml to Iliive Ilia July King Otto re fused all food for three His physi cians denied his and ho lost fhwh Ho consented to on condition that his cigarettes should be re and now every meal must bo paid for nt the rate of twenty High Water In July Standards cor respondent at Shanghai reports that floods in Hoango have destroyed the embank ment at Shang Taing is The Pulho rlvur is rising and tho waters now cover the country unto the walls of Scalded with Molten July An explo sion took place at the North Chicago roll ing mills at Bay a suburb of Mil early Tuesday Joseph wits frightfully scalded with molten and will probably Drowned Whllo SILVKH July of won of of was drowned while out bathing Tuesday mor He was taken with Ills body hiw not yet boen found II IK Charrrd Mint July There is now no doubt that Otto lllebo purishod in tho Security ware hotiso flro of lait Tues The Uigurs in tint ilobrlK came acrowthin charred remains early Tuesday Killed liy July A dispatub from Corea reports that while flvn Turkish soldiers wuro drawing water they were fallen upon liy u Iwnd whr wore lylnji In ambush and all woru words were accomrwiiled by a crushing blow unon the skull which blinded Hood and in a trice its counterpart lev eled him to the He then says he picked up the nearest weapon that came to it chancing to be a heavy copper and with all tho energy of de spair he swung it tivice down upon the head of his felling him to the floor of the cab in nn inseuvlbla By this time the train wus through Van Fearing he struck Vandevander a third blow upon the head and then braced the bjdr upon the tent of When the collision occurred and the two were taken from the wreck both wciv in an uoooneoloiw oonJi or rather but the con that he was ouly felguias as he WHS afraid that if he acknowledged tho crime Judge Lynch would pass sum mary vengeance upon Bothered by His He was taken to the hotel and remained In the name condition until Saturday when he mmio a great shnw of returning to He then told tho story of a third man In the which led many to believe that tho crime had been committed by A person who had been sent to the penitentiary upon the mony of hesayahU connclunee to trouble him and he resolved to nmko a clean breast of the That afternoon the doctors resolved to make an of his body to discover if any bruits would bear out his but not so much as a scratch was The arrest followed and his friends persuaded him to clear np tho mystery and trust to the leniency of twelve good men and true to obtain a ver dict of killed in self JUMPING ON SENATOR Kansas Peoplj Giving Roast for Words Spoken In the July Satur in the Senator of this characterized gov ernor of tho western branch of tho Sol diers home as a tyrant and a Tho people of this city wnlvorsally esteem the governor and are greatly excited over Plumbs Monday night all the veterans at the numbering held an indignation meeting In As sembly hall and adopted resolutions con demning Senator Plumbs An Bdltorlul Tho Standard says Senator Plumb has had warm friends in this com men who esteemed him as a pub lic man and a private but he has forfeited all claims to their friendship if he is correctly quoted in tho reportof the senate proceedings of last The Standard is prepared to with due do that the man who charges that Governor Smith is brutal in his treatment of the veterans is a dangerous common A Remarkable FOKT July Wlllio a Uyunr old boy liring is getting along with an ounoa brains than he had a week His skull wai badly fractured in an a portion of tho brnln protruding in Al though It was thought the boy could not live an the wound WAS dressed and a portion of the brain weighing an ounce taken Thu bouos were placed barY In position and knitted The child la now out of anil the surgeons Bay ho Is sure to A Daily Show on AHIIUIIV July Monday afternoon on Oooan plant witnessed a baby uhow on Two hundred cherubs wera wheeled in thalr including ten pairs of The United Rtatiw stemner Trentons bond bended the Jamue Dradley preceded tho which were all gayly lu A fiimhorn Dont Want NEW July Under no drcum stances whatever will I take the director generalship of the Coliiublau sold Goohnni whon asked by u reporter if lie had buen olfurod thu llo doclincd U glvo his but spoke with an emphasis which left no doubt of 310 Belle AKR ACKNOWLEDGED THE Most Lasting and Economical Uncrianged through Please dont be gulled ng experimental j Over 300 now In use inottr 315 Belie st DEALER WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles PRKAT pVTVT o GRLAT EXTWfT of our SALES we are enabled to do BiwinesB on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ia a rec ognized fact that we handle by tyr LARGER QUANTITIES OF THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE I am now receiving a large and varied stock of In all the prevailing for bpring which I am prepared to make up in the To HniU u Iuriliiii for July The frluiids of Oscar llio AnnrchiHt imprisoned ftt Jollut held a cuiforonw In thin oily day at which a llnv of actiou look Ing toward hU jnrilou win v Tuiltr Itxfurm MONTICRUA July A new Dtinneratlu tariff reform paper called The Cerru bucily its appearance here It in cull tod by Kit the of The Boment Ciiixuttu Tills is Hie second paper for Cum Gordo anil tlm second Democratic piijinr in Ihtt A DIumliHl July Marshal 1 lodge wius shot 111 l hu gron Monday inoriiiiiif while urrjuihii Dan 11 U fuared North and placed In awaltluK thu ruunlt of the GUARANTEEING Perfect Reasonable Bates and Complete 112 Third HHPV Block t i   

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