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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                V V ALT DAILY TELE THURSDAY Levisons BlueBlack Writing Produce an Ink that Combine all the Qualities of the Champion Violet Writing and Copying Capital City Notes and Gossip of Public THE 3EHRINQ SEA Offlci a ronpoiKlcMcn on tho Subject Hot ween Btoretnvy lUnlno ami tlio llilt lull Submitted to Cotifjremt Commit ten on Contented tloin Ilnport In Iuvor of Scntfng Mo of West WASHINGTON July official Correspondence between the secretary of state and the British government concern ing the Retiring soa controversy was sub congress Wednesday by the This Celebrated IttucMack 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 you a great advantage over the pale ink now in use after wards 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 lees effect on steel pens than any other fluid ink Get the The owfypermanent Violetlnkmade It will copy years after It will not mould or It flows freely and does not get It deposits no Seat Ink made for persons who have weak or who write by As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly It is absolutely noncorrsive a steel pen can be used iu itfor months and is especially adapted for use in the Stylographio or Fountain The Cheapest is not always he hest the BEST is always he milled lo The letter of Secretary Blaino transmitting ho correspondence to Hie president and tho letter of the president transmitting it to congress are merely Blaino slating Dimply that he sjncerely regrets the delay iu transmis Secretary Blainos letter is dated Bar Tlio correspoudcnoa trans mined is from August to July Tho first letter is from Ed first secretary of tho British lega tion at Washington to In which the secretary of state is informed that repeated rumors have reached her majestys government that United States cruisers have searched and oven seized British vessels in Behring sea out side the threemile Edwardes further states that the marquis of Salis bury desired him to ask that stringent instructions be sent to United States officers to prevent the possibility of such occurrences taking Force of No In conclu says the Marquis of Salisbury desires rue to say that Sir Julian Pauncefote will be pre pared on his return to Washington In the autumn to discuss the whole question and her majestys government wish to point out to the United States government that a settlement can not be hindered by any measures of force which may be resorted to by the United In a letter to Blalno states that the United States government desires to have the matter settled oil a basis honorable to both GOOD FOR PROPERTY A Wlilnh to Wipe Out Arionm of NEW July latentand most astonishing scheme floated in Brook lyn is tlm organization of u huge nyndl which propones to wipe out all tho arrears of Uvxcs duo to the city and to af I ford more time to the taxpayers who have j fallen In arrears to meet their AK the law when property IB In I arrears for n penalty of 0 per I is and after the first year of ar j reinage the property is put up for If the owner does not buy In his own property ho has to pay a bonus of 10 per and 16 per Interest on tho pur chase Will Only dinigo 8 Per This law Is regarded by the public as se but the result of il has boon to re duce the amount of taxes duo on The syndicate does not propose to sell the property until tho total amount of arrears teaches Ud per of the aMgsscd Talua and then does not ask n bonus or In and instead of charging 9 per on the us the city it will only charge 5 per allowing tho property owners to pay their arrears at any flie of pay the city j total amount of arrears due bt j and deal with the taxpayers on Uie princi pies mentioned An Thief Tied Railway THE ARREST OF HIS A Ixiiiomotlve Stopped When Onjy Kltftot eon Inches from the Helpless Minnesota Trnln Throw Red In tlm Eyed of Punongen but Hwiim tittle Wn July Thomas Tobin was tied to the railroad track near a village two miles north of by four men Sunday night and came near being run ovor by a heavy loaded coal The four men are named Albert and John Albert Straw and John Some ouo Into their board inghouse about a week ago and stole a which con tained M5 In In addition to cloth TohinH wife found the trunk Sun day morning wlilln netting some wood from under the She the neigh who in turn informed thu owners r Thick WallH with Water tu the Meeting of Catholic A Horrible July Catholic archWhen the Polanders wiw the Irunk they bishops of the United States assembled I accused Tobin of having stolen it and be for their annual meeting Wednesday in JlmHis protestations of Johns seminary at Among only imidu them more the prelates present are tho following the branch Archbishops of Philadelphia Ken1 tho LeblU railroad and tied of nf the A coal I rain came along a few minutes but was heav ily loaded and proceeded The en gineer saw Tobin lying across the track and stopped his train when the engine was just eighteen Inches away from the helpless He was released and Tues day had the four uiua They were held in bail BE of Louis of Chicago of Cincinnati of Paul of New Orleans of San Francisco of Will of tho Now England and Cardi nal The latter will preside over the Archbishop of New is owing to the con troversy between him and Milwaukee will not ba as the successor of Archbishop who died a short while has not been 310 Belle Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR THE Louis Varnish Fino VARNISHES and Charter Oak ta and Ranp Black Diamond and Asbestos Building and Shoot ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for tlie Farm LINE 9AD CART in tlie World for Hi Fariu 9TION SALE iOP S AND PANTALOONS Important WASHINGTON July presi dent has sont to the senate the following nominations To be envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary of the United States pursuant to act of congress approved July Thomas Ander son of Ohio now resident and consulgeneral at La Paz to Bolivia Clark of Illinois now minister resident and consulgeneral at Copen hagen to Denmark John Washburn of Massachusetts now minister resident and consulgeneral at Berne to Switzer land John Stevens of Maine now min ister resident at Honolulu to the Ha waiian Islands George Mnney of Tennessee now minister resident at Montevideo to Paraguay and Uruguay also a number of revenue service and army Troops Reviewed by tho WASHINGTON July Thepresi accompanied by several members of his and a largo contingent of congressional and depart ment visjted Fort on the Wednesday to inspect the troops of the district Na tional who are now holding thoir annual encampment Although no definite plans have yet been agreed it Is likely that the accompa nied by the secretary of will leave Washington Thursday morning for Mount where the Pennsylvania State National guard is now iu A Decision That Decided WASHINGTON July Re publican national congressional oxecntive committee held a meeting Tuesday night to consider the conflicting claims to the con gressional nomination in tho First Ten nessee in which Representative Alf Taylor and ex Representative Butler each that ho is Iho regular The committee decided unani mously in favor of Taylor pre sented a and agreed to abide by the committees but Butler refused to come before tho committee or recognize its In Fuvor of WASHINGTON July report of the majority of the committee on elec tions in the contested election case of James McGiunis John Aldcrson from thu Third district of West Virginia was submitted totho house Wednesday by Lacey of Tho report quotes cop iously from tho testimony taken in the case to show tlmt McGiuuis was giving him u majority of thirty Crisp of Georgia will file a minority re port for tho Democratic members of tho The Sundry Civil WASHINGTON July a moot ing of the house committee on approprla tlons it was agreed to recommend a non concurrence lu all tho senate amondmonU of importance to the sundry civil bill ex cept thoso increasing Iho salary of asso ciate judges Iu New Mexico and allowing commutation to agents on the sale of artificial The irrigation amend ment was olio of those nonconcurrod Important Lain July sulta brought to test tho question of ownership oi nearly acres of valuable pine ami farming lands were decided Tuesday by Judge Peck iu favor of the Un dern swamp land act of congress these lands were ccacd to the but on a re survey by the government it was found that they were not swamp lands and the the lands lo railroad I men THEY USED RED During Robbery of Da Inly a tho train on the Oniiha pulled out Tues day illuming mun boarded Short ly after the train left depot they began operations by throwing ed pepper in the eyes of the pnsscngerx nearest them and Ihen began lo collect nil Urn juwelry and valuables Among the victims was Judge of One of the was arrested in and the gruureil tlio Jands lo railroad I arresten in and the The stale brought suit tore oluor two are believed to be those cover possession of the lauds held by the arrested here later in the They will and Pere Marquetto and Ihis case i decided National Furniture July members of the National Furniture Manufacturers asso ciation met Wednesday morning at the American exPresident Bard well in the After a brief session they started on the steamer New York for a trip to the Isles of their purpose being to return to Boston at i Vari ous propositions for mutual benefit and for conserving tho general interests of the trade are under and also measures for the extension of tho local organization which shall be in affiliation with tho general Sale of a Kolling Mill July The rolling mill plant of Binnell be held till their histories be investi Tho who committed tbo robberies tin the train got very One ninn lost his but It wns a small Judge Cioughs watch and pock etbook were recovered from the thiof capt ured at The struggle between him and the thieves called the attention of the trainmen to them and they were frustrated in their The thief captured refuses to He was referred lo by his companions Smithy and and that nil there is to identify Srmulifcl tho Jutlgii on the July Henry Brevoort and Lawyer MuUermott in dulged in a Kcrapjiing mulch Wednesday morning just before court The trouble grew out of political Broevort charged that McDermott had soid Tuesday at a master commissioners sale for The purchasers were William of C C ARR ACKNOWLEDGED TKB Most and Economical as a dd whereupon the judge made a puss at the who dodged It am got in a clarottapper on the judges nose Both men were considerably battered be Please dont be guile trying experimental sto Over 3OO now in pirn 315 Belle GUARANTEED A Ilitltlou from Labor WAKIIISOTOM July Fodor atlon of Ijahor met Tuesday night aud ad dressed a petition to Spoakor Hoed ask ing Uuvt a day be set UHlilu in thu house tot consideration of businesH from the pommlttoe on labor so that the eight hour amendment and tho aliou contract law tmeudmiiiit providing punaltlas for vio lation of t IICHO laws niay Im coiiHJilere4 it this Hosslon of WASIIINOTON July rou tine busliuws Wednesday the houso re sumed dismission of thu bankruptcy Tho noiiuto met at 11 and after unimportant business rosumed conuldoru tion of tho Indian appropriation Union Munition lo July Kioicral strike upon tho part of tlui National Seamens union WUH annouiHwl for July Tho object of tho is to furtm tho KIIK ii ohlp owners to Influence the DunIBI to cmvcedo demands of souinon for equal to I IJngUsh A couforonco Hunderjuud ou liu representing certain The in debtedness against the pluut is of which tho purchasing creditors hold Tho mills will be operated as Another nig NEW July board of del egates of tho building trades voted unani mously to call out all the union men working on any public school in tho Tins will affect Tho board blames the school trustees for awarding contracts with a provisio which will for bid subletting and which thereby brings in an inferior grade of workmen and is a source of additional expense to The board of delegates will hold u meeti ing in order to perfect arrangements for calling a general Probably Turned NKW July Sunday lost eleven young men and boys who called themselves tho Midnight Pleasure hired a catboat from Richard Ulrlch at the Jamaica Bay They nuld they were going to Island for a j Nothing lias since been hoard of the boat I or Us Tuesday two women called at Ulrichs place and inquired for two boys who are supposed to bo with the It is not known whether the young men ran away with the boat or niflt with an Wlfu aiimlttr iintl July Wednes daymorning at 4 oclock Mundaville Anlt deputy recorder of Belmont Ohio while laboring under a temporary flt 01 insanity caused by the death of his chili and shot himself in with a Tho ball passed aroumj tho skull without doing serious He immediately turned and shot his was Ktaidlug killing her In Jle then went to his fathers burn and hung hiinnelf from tho Ulilnt Out to Shoot IIU July agod 40 a wellknown bar ber himself through the right temple on his door dying Vlmoat in Ho had had business reverses and family his wifu having ob tained separation papers from him two weeks He had Iwen di inking heav ily and went home for tUo purpose of shooting his arjd finding her away from home sat down oh his door step and killo I HOirVELL DEALER IN t y o Original 1iukago Four July original package wagon is the latest thriving In dustry In this A company him boon loiTiio I ami will place a number of wagmn on the road The objec of the scheme is to got liquora out among the farmurti and them at their in any desired Tho wagons will make regular routes through out this county at regular The originators of thu scheme expect to reap a rich A Houtmtloiml Dlvorou July Charles Hunsell began the opening address In tho divorce camiof VUcoiini Diinlo against his wlfoJ Judy Tlie milt Is brought on ilic ground of adultery with a ninii tiamid Duulii was formerly a music hall singer and WIIH known as lulle In lier Dnnlo dunjca all kniiwlwljju of An Aiollo Toivil July norlhiinimoxt tmvn in lias boon almiiKt entirely destroyed by Tho In miifljy lUlmi are in H liiit and Niiirving has biMii miii fruui the iiulnliboHiiK lowu Of In on it i NKW July hundred driv of tlui mreii vpritikllng carts mid of the utili iMMh atiivhcd to tlie street iduun ing nl iiro ii Tlio street ilnnam1 lUld thv c lirivi uuthy Tho Illuch Av July police have captured an organised gang of boys who call thommlviis the Blaok Avengers1 and who are charged with numerous ciwos o itoru from Gruml Amiy July commitlee having cliarx of tlio arrangements for Ihe coming of the Grand Ariu Is deluged with lottora from voter ans In diileivnt parts of tho country com plaining nltho high rates quoted by the lailroiid as with those grunted lu theO Id Fell Knights of and similar From the wultvn stales tlie Grand Army rates range from jr to higher than tho rate allowed tu tho Odd Fellows from Hos ton to Cliieiian and and the sent inont which pn wills Indicates that unlesa inure satisfactory leiinx are conceded by the associations thousands of votenuiN had intended to mar oh throinn llimtun streets will 04 compelled to reimru on the July was a double wedding on tho lit the Fifteenth Street iliiatid Tuesday Kour muwberu of tho Olivette opera company Miss Ida Kdwin Mercer and Miss Sherwood were uultud lu iniirrlugo boforo u large audi Deitlli of a Slimline July J ul the Fourth iivfiiuw and Tlilrc emii Is lie wan nun of the binkera uf Kilruin in his light with iSullivan and was well known In tlm spurtinu iris estate was valued til A recount of mime of the cemtun dig of Milwaukee luu bwa I Wlloii is shown I ilncotl WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities Styles Than in any other house in In cposequence of tha GREAT EXTENT of our SALES we are enabled S dJ Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a rec ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOOBS THAN ANV OTHER HOUSE JN THE I am now rooeivlng a and varied stock of in all the prevailing for Spring wiiioi I ma prepared to make up IMCost GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete 11   

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