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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                f ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH VOLUME MONDAY JULY HKTEIIES nmut have Room fop our Nfcw BTOOK of ALBUMS and PAPE TBBIBS uow unjer wo offer our present stock Third and The Ever POPULAR Sheet CHOICE SELECTIONS BE AND KOK TUB UKK TEACH ERS OF THE PIANO AND Uhopstlck by re Lulli Kly Away by Wullls Gertrude Dream by Impatience imnjo In tli by Jack frosts by Moment by Ilavful by Husslan Grand by Star of Affection Shower of Hoses by by Wrenth by THE The Stepping by Sidney AND IOC a Copy OUR SPECIAL TERMS 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies for 15 Catalogue FREE on Applica or Mailed FREE to any Third and Piasa II MB IN Till The Whirling Monster Visits SIX PERSONS KILLED And u iMfitr NuinlHT Injured by Fulling Hundred HOIIKCH Lev eled HID HII Ininieiinu Iu Terror to the Fauna DfNerljitlon of the Ktomi by tin wiiiiH to lie tins gimnral Mint that the ves el him mot with and down with all on Ho nltti July Hun the 7yearold of while playing with set lire to a eau of cool nnd tinlionsi look lire and wns George and Warren and a baby girl per ished in the flumes and a 17yVarold girl was hmlly huriiud while trying to rescue the Horrible Night for n If July wife of a machinist in the Fort Worth rail road was run over and killed hy tho cars Friday in view of her Slio was crawling under curs to get when they suddenly Varied UNCLE SAM WILL Hrxlcn Will Kciunln Neutral In the Cen tral American Cm OF 28 account jf certain mysterious and indefinite Infor mation it i hero thut the United ported us numhurlni IKly or Fire j has deiuvmlimd Interfere in tho affairs of Central America for the protec tion of her own interests and the restora tion of It is understood from the best authority the governmentof Mex ico has decided to remain neutral In the squabble so long ns the rights of Mexican citizens and the boundaries of Mexico are Xo more troops will be sent to the From official sources it is learned that there are six battalions of in fantry and one regiment of men in the states along the border line of n nymber sufficiently large to repel any disorderly element that might drift over the frontier aud to pro tect the Those in a position to know say that Mexico will in DO way mix up the her prog ress and pciice being too valuable for even a thought of NO 44 July cyclone struck South Lawrence with great iiower aliout 10 oclock Saturday The storm list struck BprltiKfluld street and traveled thence to Kuleni liiK a section of twenty rods It in estimated hut 100 buildings Imvo been leveled by thu A number of people arc known to havo Ixscn killed outright by a falling mid the injured arc re Another Ordeal for Minneap olis and FUNNY BUSINESS IN BOTH But Thine In Minneapolis Were Kx tniulvn nnil More llnldly ItmiKn thi Uenolntlon Looking to thn of Against 1ntiHUin Ilanm What Congressman Htrmirt Hayn of the Ferm A broke out in a number of places iu the and the entire lire department was put to work extinguishing the The Injured wore removed and cared for as quickly as SIX LIVES A Description of tho Storm hy a Passen ger on n July first news of tho cyclone direct from Ijawrence has been re ceived by The destruction was confined wholly to South Ninety wooden dwellings were six lives were thirtyfive persons were worth of property wns and 500 people rendered The passengers on the Boston and Maine duo in Boston at jot n good view of the wrecked town as Lucy passed A Graphic a thus describes ho scene of devastation The rain had ceased and the wind hud gone The Irst thing noticed was a building blown o the ground and then the trees were IwiHtcd and This was on tho left hand bide of the track coming toward farm wagons and ob ects of sorts were scattered about iu great We were horrified to see a mans dead body lying under a bridge at South Lawrence Every body was running about iu confu sion not having a chance to tell extent of The path of the cyclone swept nt right angles across the cutting a clean levelling louses and cutting oil or uprooting the The whole thing took place be tho timo we left Haverhill and the imo wo reached South The rain stopped only a few minutes and it was impossible to vind out anything deli Soldiers to thu Ko Mass July HIIH liceu 1reparlng for SAN July steamship San JOKO of tho Pacific Mail has arrived from Russell of thut vessel spent the greater part of the last six months in Guatemala Dur ing that time immense quantities of guns and ammunition imvo been shipped into that place from France and the United that there are enough rides iu the country now to arm Then is no disciplined army in and in war times the of ficials have to send out and catch Involution In CITV OF July News from Sun Salvador that a revolution against President Barriibis has broken out in GONE TO HIS the Ready Mixed Paints 1 Oils AGENTS FOR TIIE Louis Varnish Fine VARNISHES and Oai Stoves and Ranges Black Diamond and Asbestos HulKling and Sheet ing Lift and Spraying New Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE Seethe Best HOAD CART for which had just returned from arrived here at noon on a special train en route to where tho men wore detailed at once to guard work and assist in the removal of the debris and search for the dead and Spring field where the cyclone con tained many of the handsome residences of the The work of the tornado on this street WHS Venn cut and after it had passed but three houses of all between Blanchard and South Union streets were left All the others on both sides of the street were cither mowed com pletely down or purtly and Death of a WellKnown Figure on Klver Iront of New Xiw July The Robert pastor of the Floating Church of Our foot of East Battery of is Ho was a wellknown fig ure on the river and personally ac quaintcd with many of the downtown business It is said that he was a descendant of Bishop who roused the patriotism of the Irishmen at derry in the uamo of King William and whose zeal is fittingly told in Mac nulays History of Walker preached in the floating church every Sun and in the Seamens in Fiank lyn on Wednesday Ue also delivered short talks to seamen at tho Seamens chapel in Pike History of Tho deceased was born iu Ire outside the path of tho storm while In its direct route everything was laid Tho List of NEW July long distance telephone dispatch to tho United Press gives the names of the dead so far aa They are as follows Mi OCon crushed Manila neck broken Mary aged crusjud Portland crushed her 4 years A child of Julia which is buried in tho has not yet been Of tho in jured those f the Tainily of Martin nru if not Tho damage to tho property is considerably over Episcopal church by liishop He was assigned to n church at but the climate of the west did not agree with He came and was as signed bjBishop Potter to the rectorship of thn Church of the Messiah in His death was a surprise to all of his It was from old Ho kept telling people that he expected to live uulil he was100 years and his friends buiivod lie was of such sturdy and iitlilttie It was his bonsi that lie never in the course of his life spent a day iu OTHER Ef July flourish ing town of with Its iuhabi WHS overlooked by thu census enumerators and therefore luus no place iu the ofiicial list of 1olioncMl by Wayuu is about fourteen miles from tho KICK July Broad Street station on tho main line of persons arc indanger of dying irom eating 1onnsylvmiia It has two supposedly poisoned and several of a title and trust the cases are very State Dairy July census row in Paul and Minneapolis has grown to such that it is likely that I he twin cities will have to go through the ordeal of another The frauds which were practiced In Minne apolis were beyond question the most ex tensive and boldly planned ever Last week the census officers here gave out that a reexamination of the ret urns showed the population of Minne apolis to be about Subsequent in led to reduction from these find on Wed nesday it was reported thut Minneapolis would not have more than Later the total population WHS still further re I dutvd by the discovery of gross frauds on the part of nnd now the officials here are so thoroughly satisfied that the whole work of taking the census in Minneapolis was fraudulent thnt it has been determined to count the over Funny at Just when It was determined that Min neapolis should be recounted It was dis covered that there was some funny busi ness in the manner in which the Paul census has been Sinnll shanties j down in back districts are reported toconj tain a population from twentyfive to forty people in each This led to a complication which will probably make it necessary to have a recount Su periniendeut Porter said that he had not yet fully determined to order a but he thought it would be the best way of the difllculiy tliat tintwo cities uliould again be enumerated at the same A Recount Xublu Saturday aft acting upon the recommendation of Superintendent directed a re count of the population of Paul and The recount will be made as early as and it is believed will consume a CAPITAL NOTES AND Power of the Farmers WASHINGTON July Congress man of the first in that state to go down before the storm created by the Farmera hits returned to He says the is something akin to the old KuowXoihiiii Ills best iuun who stood by him politiciilly during all his ca frankly told him that they felt obliged to subordinate everything w their oaths to stand by alliance he has it in the matter of complete iMjuippmcht not IVLMI the old KnowNothing parly thinks that Congressmen Cli1 Barnes aud Luster will all have trouble to retain their and that al liance men will succeed Cnudlrr and who have declined A Favorable Keport WABHIXOTON July The house committee on banking aud currency have ordered a favorable report on the bill in trodiced In the house by Dorsoy of for the retirement of National bank The committee adopts as its report on the bill a letter from the comptroller of the currency to Senator Sherman showing the number of National their capital bonds on and also clearly and concisely summarizing thu that will be gained by the passage of the Thick Walls Large with Water in House orhood MUST BE 310 Belle A RE ACKNOWLEDGED THE Most Lasting and Economibaf Unchanged through Years Please be rulled trying experimental Over 300 now In use In oi PITTS 315 Belle Hardware and Farm III REDUCTION SALE OF SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADK PEHFECT HT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT BRUEGGEMAN Suooessor to Tailoring and Gents Furnishing Goods J521 Piasa and Food Commissioner Thouib was sum moned to Tliu to tho amount of seventy flvo was placud on sale at a local moat Several of tho victims came near Tho city physician says thut thu sickness Is posi tively due U fitting this Tho pur sous sick were taken with violent vomit ing and Tho state chemist him thu but found no traces of arsenic They Hlow Out the July A bride and registering as Yawgor and of White camo to the American house and took the bridal Thoy lighted two and It is supposed afterward blow out thu Siibsfijuuntly tho dork dlscovurod thut gas WIIH With great difllculty the pair were arousod whvu almost asphyxiated and tho gas turnml The room was HO full if tho deadly vapor that they could not have survived much Klllid lii ii Kiinaway July U Lolth and Conkllu wero driv ing In a IliKKVi ho took flight and fiin away and dashml tho buguy imr on the hniil throwing out both of tho full on her hoail and was almost Instantly Conklln had her right arm Lfllth was the wife of Lullh of tho Unituil Htattw Viiniiins wore three handsimo two large ho a numbiM of stores and many beauti ful Many of the men whoso business called them away from their town during the day had flllod out lists of llioir families to lie presented to tho but he never Deulli of July Nathaulel tho venerable father of tho late better known as Petroleum died here Friday nt the advanced ago He was a native of Door in and served In the war of IHli lu hud bcon a and con siHtunt iiiiuiliir of thu Mithodist ohunrh since his Kith and probably thu oldest Methodist In tho United JIu was an oldlinui ouu of tho founders of tho Hopiililicun juirty In and all his liftHII of Ho was iniuricil tliioe thu lust wife surviving llimlli of uu Olilo July Friday aftor noon iiiirgo Mrivtary of the Ohio slain Diinocriitlo oxwutlvo commit died at Miukor for ninny yours with tho Ohio an I ho iiuthor of several lllir ary and oiograpliioiil KitiirniMl to New July Thu drivers iu thu employ f si root cloaking depailiiicnt all roturiio I to work MII ainioa blc iimuinviueiit hiiviuu buou uvrivod ut l ropiilar ut July Private advices from Zanzibar state that all the foreigners there except the Germans welcome the establish ment of a British They are certain Uuu vJ commerce of the The English are popular there while the GerumiiH frighten the offend tho other and tho The German residents arc disappointed at the establish ment of tho British Thu Day In WASHINGTON July The house Saturday adopted a resolution looking to the investigation of charges against Pen sion ComrulsDiouur The housa then wont into committee of the whole on tho senate amendments to tho sundry civil appropriation Afttr business thu senato re sumed consideration uf the tariff HOWELL DEALER IN Hull July The Cleve land league Ball club ollicials has re ceived a tuUgvitm from a New York World who Is representing tho Players saying that tho latter would agree to change tho names of thfllr clubs and re spect contracts if the league would play exhibition games wiUi the brother hood next If tho league would not agree to tho imjuiror to know what terms they would siijcKest for a com Thu Cleveland league puople have replied that they will not agree to a ooiuiioino of any kind Curjieiilin May July Tho slluatlou among thu carpenters is The new bosen havo asked to bo relvasiul from pay lug i7a conts an hour afttir to which tbo Carpenters council has re used to having resolved to wall until the lute and then If tho uoiiseii do not grunt ihu to Thu now feature of the cane U that if the carpontors in the employ of thu now bosses strike thu In tho employ of the old hoaxes will do and thu two forces will join Cf i m WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles PHFAT GRLAF Buimesi In consequence of the BXTKNT of our SALES we are enabled to do on a VKUY CLOSK MARGIN and U is ognizcd fact that we handla by far reo LARGER OP GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE ghlpped to hur iulullviH In j botweeu them uid Tlu Not hir July iH John Till NOI vviullll Hull July Nor wegian bark siiiltul from thu port uf the HOUth B lo of JUIIK buund to this with a ITIIW of fnurtnn mun and 000 liagii of and IIOH ntivur boon Hinrd Vcitwlu Juivn lufi iu much an twenty duyx afterward am ar rlwl at tholr but no tidluga reouivuU from the It Ai of Iim 1 ky Moiinniiii News thiiMln bitii fur oo Ili Ntiws is not Ior riiiniiiK Mil July if Nilll wus buriuul Urday Loss at Umat uu otuuk uud Idw ut u llirUuJny July birthday jmrly in Knst at which hour flowed Milled I iiuu ill thK tlulpiuils was fa tally Diiuldi ajjed j who was being kinktiil mid pounded hy Martin n knifu and tlnlilied i him tinoo uno In ihu oiioe on thu left ai and a third timo iu I the buck just tn thu rear of the heart Scully was held in bonds to uwail thu lUBull uf tht I C J am now receiving a larjje and varied stock of in all the prevailing for Spring wuicli I inn prepared to make up in tl GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete f Hum trrmSi   

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