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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 16, 1890, Alton, Illinois I* Al I Y I TELEGRAPH. 2S>. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 1(5. 18!H>. V’    an    rn IS u od * Levison's Blue-Black Writing Fluid. Wo ClallGige lls folia -TO Produce ah Ink flint Combine* . hII the Quantic* of the Champion Violet Writing ana Copying Fluid. The oui', permanent Violet Ink made It will copy year* alter writing. It will not mould or thicken. It flow* freely and doe* not get gummy. It deposit* no sediment. mr The ll, H Ink made for person* who hare weak eyes, or who write by gaslight. As every mark made with this Ink can be distinctly seen. Mr It is absolutely non-corral vc (a steel pen can be used in it for months) and is especially adapted for use in the Stylogrsphio or Fountain Pens This 1'ttrhrainl film- Bitt) k Writing Fluid we guarantee superior to any writing fluid in the market. While it retains all the qualities of the best fluid inks, it hat many which other inks do not possess: FirM Brilliancy of oolor, being a dark bine, enabling you to see what yon write, a great advantage over the pale ink now in use'(afterwards changing to a deep permanent black. Strtmf Fluidity, a clear, thin fluid; it deposit* no sediment. Tf*tni~\X will not fade. Fourth—It will not monld. Fifth—Wrhile we do not claim this Ink non-corrosive, we do claim it will have less effect on steel pens than any other fluid ink made. Get the Best. Tile “I'l»e»|»e*tM is not always the hest; the HUST is always the cheapest. Cfias.J.Depitier Third and Piasa sis. Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -agents for THEEL Louie Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES *ad JAPANS. Charter Oak Stoves and lianas Black Diamond and Astarte* Rooting. Building and Sheol* ing Paper. Force, Lift »nd .Spraying Pumps New Home and White Sewiug Machines; l'!0 each. Agents for the Celebrated Metter Fan famous. —FINE LINE OF Baggies aud Spa Wagons Seethe Best ROAD CART in tbe Wor,d for l10* Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, III REDUCTION SALE SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MAUK TO OK DMH. PUT FIT HD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED the but the* - AT BRUEGGEMAN BRO's (Successor to A. BrueggemanJ Artistic Tailoring and Cent i Furniahing Goode Emporium, 221 nasa street. TUE CAPTAIN Mil He Gives Two Explanations of the Sea Wing Disaster. CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE CHARGED I Th* Tot til    „f    Life    on thai 111-Tat*-.! Veaorl Nay He*.h ISA sr UU Tho Story of mn Ar*,lr. Mlun., Nan Who Kara ped with Ilia L f«— Hr port* from tlir Tornado Mm. 4 Lake (tarsals— Loma of Life Iii That Vicinity. Run Wino, Minn., July 14— Fatly HO people lust their lives by tbe disaster cm I .a We Pepin Sunday afternoon aud the total may reach 125 or 190. Severn! persona who were aboard the ill-fated Sea Win# an- mis .ing aud it U thought that they have fwuud watery grave*. Capt. Wetb-ern, proprietor and a almander of the Sea Wing. has I*-en severely blamed by citi-aens and others tor what they allege t«» have lieen criminal negligent on bis part in pulling out into tile lake with Ruch a crowd when the sky looked so threaten ing. The captain’* wife and two of hie throe children lost their liven under the nave*, and that fact, together with the load of Id* vessel and the sc Teat loos of life, have so broken him that he ha* kept pretty much out of alght during the day, and tho#** who did ane him got but imperfect statements from him regarding the horror and hi* connection therewith. Tw » Kaplanatioaa Dives. Two el placation* of hie action have been given, and both are understood to have come from him. The first la that he did not consider the danger very great, and that he thought he saw a break in tbe cloud*, promising the clearing away of the storm. This ta not well taken by the people in the neighborhood, who say the sky wa* black with tbe most threatening kind of clouds, and that it was clearly evident that a very heavy storm wa* about to tweak. The o'her excuse, if Ruch 'the*e may he called, is that the manager of the exc ursion, whose profits would be cut down by any delay in the departure of tbe boat, was no urgent in bi* in*i*tance upon immediate departure that thr captain yieldet aud look leis boat out to lu r dealt uetlon. A SURVIVOR'S STORY. Awful kernes Witnessed by I- Ii. Itayrrtl, of A ii; i Ie. Vt inn. St. Pst'L, Minn., July IO.—I. 8. liayrelL of Argyle, Minn., wa* on the ill-fated steamer when she turned over. He tell* the following story: “There were just 215 people on the •teamer when uhs left the First regiment camp on her return voyage. There wa* e. idantly quite- a heavy Moron brewing and th# wind wee Idowlng quite a gale, but every one seemed to feel entirely auf** When the boat wa* about in the middle of the lake tbe wind wan dead ahead and blowing great go ria The captain, ev§* I den tlyTss conc ing uneasy, shouted to I pilot: •“Hold ber to the Wisconsin shore.' A Last Shriek of Dlspair. “The piled stuck to his post nobly, the reared in veering round caught wind on her beam, and, after a momentary struggle!, careened bottom upward. The scene was simply awful. Words can not adequately depict the struggle of the multitude thus precljkt ated lute the seething caldron into which the usually peace fui lake had been lashed by the fury of the wind The balche* had cot t***u fastened down, as was reported, and the people in the cabin rushed on deck. Many of them lumped from the deck to the barge aud three swam ashore. After the boat turned over the tow-ropes were cut and the two vessels drifted apart. Prom the water score* of women and children sect up a last agonising shriek of despair as the angry flood closed over them." AI use Lake Gervais, ST. Fait-, Mina., July I ft.—Late reports of the cyclone that visited the summer rmnrts In the vicinity of 8t. Paul Sunday afternoon confirm the earlier statements as to tbe it mm (rf life and the damage to pro|*erty. The work of the tornado on the land seem* to have been more disastrous along I jake Gervais’ shores than elsewhere Here the greatest bras of life occurred, and here also the damage wits probably the heaviest. Following la a list of the dead Jack Burch, printer, Bt paul; (leo J Miller, teller First National bank, St. Paul; Peter Mel-nm. Rev. Dr. Pharfler, Brennan. Tex.; J. H. Schne-ineyer, Bt Paul; Mrs. gk-hnemeyer, fit. Paul; Cha*. Schnettieyer, St. I*aul, Peter WUby, coachman, St. Paul. One Mer* Vletlwi. Mixxr mr »Lia, Minn., July 1A—Another victim of the I .ake Gervais cyclone Is dead. It is Mrs. John Clark, Whose home at Utile Canada wa* wrecked Her left ami was tom off and her lung exposed She died in great agouy. A •liver pierced her husband Just above the heart, and though he hovers I vt wren life and death H U thought he bas acharne to recover, Tile house of Holier! Baum ga rd lier near by was also completely wrecked, but the family escaped by going Into the cellar._ Murder Kewpens ss Old Feud. Pin* Burr, Ark., July 14—C. I* aud T P Huddlestons, brothers, were shot and killed near here Saturday night bf Charles Parrott The shooting was tbe result of an old feud between the two families, who ars numerous and wealthy There are four more ll mid Ie* tone brothers, and aa they swear vengeance, aud as the Parrott* swear to stand by their kinsman. considerable more bloodshed Is expected A I'attent for Dr. tauter. K*W YoKY. July Id—The latest J»alieut to arrive at Odder** Past* ur'a institute Is an Ari son* cowboy, w bo war bitten by a coyote or skunk whil- sleeping on the ground. His three companions, who were I also bitten, have attice died Dr. Gilder I inoculated th* Cowley, though same what { doubtful whet bet his ease comes properly under the treatment Three Out of four Drowned, Punts moi tm, N. H . July 14- The yacht Marion of 'south. Boston, from Bys Beach to Pigeon ( os e, struck a rock and wa* sunk The crew of four got Into the tender, which was sw ninth rf several times, and three of them weir drowned Was Over • (cstur? Old. HaKTFUH1, Conn . July ll Miss Nancy Goodrich died a. Bloomfield Munday, agt*i lib years. Her health was good until Frida/ Tilt FORT LA TRANCE DISASTER. Purifier Particulars of I lie Calam tty Here ired bf Letter. PoitTi.AND, Me , July IO.-J. H. Hamlen St boti, of this city, have received a letter from their representative at HL Pierre Martinique, dated June 87, and giving Inter particular* of the gr* at disaster at Fort la france. The fir** I* gnu a lieut TAB p. rn., June 83, spread vapidly lie fore a high wind and by the following morning had ravaged along the se* shore from the western side of the Savannah to the RI vie re IjevasMor. More than I,TOO build-ihgs were destroyed, and with tbe exception of a very hi,,nil portion the antique city of Fort 1a France is in rn Ina ThuBwnili af People Homeless. Many people perished and twenty-five bodies have been recovered. Three quarters of the thickly populated area of the city is destroyed, ami seven eight bs of the people numbering fr un ft,(AD to 7,(lot) are homeless. Tbe demand made upon the charily of those w ho are spared has reduced thorn to almost the same state of di-Htitution. Money must lie had immediately or the d I strew. at Fort la France will (income absolute ntarvatt»n. Gauds- MOMIN DILLS. Thf Time of Congrats pied with Them* Occu* SUNDRY CIVIL IN THE SENATE, And That A |>|>ro|>rint hi { Minify for AU- dltlond Cie rt cal f»rw In th* Pewslwa OUw In the lf mise —A ('hangs Ta Us Mads In tbs Kales at tbs Sonata—fit. Loafs and Her Ce nuns—Other Capital Motes of Interest. Wa**1X(jtoN Cav. July 16-The senate Tuesday morning parsed senate bill granting to the state of Washington a section of public land for a soldiers1 home and as a training ground for the state militia. The aenate resumed consideration of tbe sun dry civil appropriation bill, the first Item Wing (Hie of FXA),(IV) fur surveying the public lauds, the committee recommending an increase to flkkat.OUO. Gorman explain sd the amendment stating that the object loupe ha** sent the steamer Aloyun laden was to throw open to settlement tbs lands wild food. The tank of Cepe has re- intended by Die act of INB to be reserved rn ;ted 5.<*» francs as ti e first mdallment    -in,..    1-..    1. of a relief fund from tbe sister Ida The letter rnak* »u appeal for help to gener-oum Americana ALGER FOR PRESIDENT. What Hun. James W. Joy, of Detroit, Has to Hay. Krw York, July Kl.-“Gen. Algerita candidate fur the presidency In IMW, and will go to the Republican convention backed by a solid delegation from Michigan,” said the Hon. James F. Joy, of Detroit, at the Fifth Avenue hotel, to a reporter. Mr. Joy was asked: “Has Gen. Alger formally announced hi* candidacy!" “Yen, he is an open candidate, and there la no secret about It. In making the statement that be Is « cand! late I can not pot it too strongly. “ Then Gen. Alger la not trying to concerti hts dee I re* to ta* nominated in IKcj?" “Not at a I. He is not that kind of a man. There is nothing secretive about him, His friends have up. lily declared for him. and he does not object. Indeed, be is with his friends." The Cloak Mahers* Klrlhe. Nkw York. July IO. —The cloak makes* conf. relict- almost reached a -eltietnent Tut da/ morning, but the manufacturer* withdrew. Tile point Clam wide'* the fight was made was that th.- noa unhat employes sh mi Id tacoma union man. Tbe representatives of the strikers demanded that the men should be discharged. Then if they joined the union they could he taken back if there wan room. The manufacturers had no object loos to their employe* becoming union members, but they r : mad to (Ii ne barge them. The committee U still quibbling over this point. I'sUl Hallway Disaster. lie* iikhrut, N. Y., July Id—A Wert Shun- freight traiu ran into a freight train ou tbe W,, N Y. and P. at * o'clock Tueaday morning which was standing on a *1 ie track with the engine acron* the W. st Shore lim- Engineer Waiter Harris, of Fort lire, and Fireman Collopy, of Hin-tale, both of the West Shore train, judged when they -aw the approaching da 1 ger. The engineer was Instantly killed and the fireman received injuries from which he died at tbe city hospital here at 9 o'clock. Tbe engine* were liadly wrecked. for Irrigation. The lamia irterved for re»en oir and canal sties heretofore located or selected, it was provided In another 1 mend meet, should mnaiu segregated and reserved from entry or settlemenL I M.-ij. Powell, director of tbe geological survey, estimate* that these lands aggregated 1.200,1)00 square mile* and they could . not he used except by the utilisation of the wat- r for irrigation purposes, and that lf tbs**- lands were open to settlement they ' : would be ceiled by organised companies. * On Die other hand, he (Gorman) realised the injury that would bedims to the community by keeping those lauds closed to settlement. la (Me Hoase. The house, after routine busine** Tues- J j dsy, went lute cons .titlev of tbe whole on the (itll appropriating tut kIM* for additional clerical force for the pension office, after agreeing to a motion that the gen i-ral (foliate lie limits] to two bour*. ; Dockery of Missouri criticised the* major By of tbe comm. (lee on appropriations for not reporting a bill making an appro print .on to pay tits {.elision* which would ho granted under lite dependent pension I bbl, and intimate I that this failure was attrduitable to political reason*. Tha ap propria:mn w-.uM tot lie male before the Now in tar elect bit in ('aurum of lilt- I no!* Maid that nnniy (.mild be appropri ated and paid just as rapidly aa tine pen *ion certificates wen- issued. A Bargain. .TO BOOM BBF* BuOSE (I hick Wsilih) with Water in House. Large Cellar. LOT 60x120. Iii SpieiKltcl TVolghhorhiMMl, Hail iv to Deputt at a Sacrifice. MUST BE SOLD. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. The Mew Croton Aqueduct. New York, July 14—Tbs new Croton aqueduct was opened Monday. It is wine what over thirty-three mile* long. In round figure* it will cert 125,-IOU,(JOU when completed. Tbe flow:-cg capacity of the new aqueduct la 3)16,UUU,(DO gallons a day. The area of the water shed is about 83f square mite*. When all is completed the    ___ total storage capacity will be about 09,- la lh* constitution by which either th* 7U0,OOI) UUU gallons. The water will be i senate or the house, qr both, can eject DECREASING IN POPULATION. A l*ru|MMttlna to Tahr tile Mate of Nevada Out ef the I nlon. W amu vt.nisi ('mr, July 16 -Senator He wart, of Nevada, is very much aaaoyed at a ptroj*.-it mn coining to him from California to take the -tatn of Nevada from the ('nion. it will Us shown from tbe n«*xt cenau* Dial ta- state of Nevada, instead of iucreaaing it) population, fo steadily decreasing, an i the charge that it Is nothing but an nggr gat iou of mining camp. I* un|d. .1. rill/ suggestive to Mr. Hic wart. The coming census will show that the entire populate*) of Nevada Is some I ilia lass ‘.bart IVD) souls. Tbe total vote cast at Ut.? lad election, admit ta fly one of tbe liveliest, election* ever held in Nevada, anion.lie.I to only 12,006. It la argued that it it an Injustice to th* rtlier state- in th# Colon that Nevada with only I2,000 voter- should have two senators. la a Traaatltan state. Senator Rte wart admits that tbe figures apjoar to be against Nevada, but says the explanation ties in the fact that Nevada Is now in a transition state, from a mining to an agricultural community, and that if given a fair ch mc* she will in time lie (some as populous as any of her slater state* There is no method of getting rid of Nevada, because there is no provision allowed to run into the Central Park reservoir until the latter I* full ami will then be shut off until all the repairs are completed. Ah Inhuman Mother's statement. lfFTLASrp. Vt., July 16.—Mrs. Williams, who Iasi creek killed her two children, has made a statement in which she said she cut the children's throats with a rotor, and then set fire to the house. She saki she wanted to j fin her husband who was killed a few weeks ago, aud did not want to leave her children She -ay* she ta. tended to cut the tim it (rf her boy, Victor, but did not dare as he was stronger. suicide af a Former Minister. Bi I FAU), N. Y., July 16. -A special to The F,sprees from Olean, N.Y., says: John Lind ay, a ;;*! .".bout SD years, an employ* of th" I tannery, fired three bullets from a (evolver into hi* head, our from each side aud tbe third into his mouth. It la stated that several years ago, before he bacon** addicted to drink. Lindsay wa* a Methodist minister but fell fr .rn grace. He d sd immediately alter the shooting. A Had Flare to Start Hustuaao. DK* M<»tXK*. Iowa, July 16. - Tbe people of the little village of Ijeland, in Winnebago (H»u ut y, are greatly excited ov r the pruajwct of the e-to‘iii h incut of an “original package" house, and have jut**# I resolution* declaring that any person going into the busine** s) -ill be ‘iarr«-d aud feat lo red aud cowhide.! from town.” The po acre of the resol it ion pledged their honer that it should be en fort*-I la a State af Mage, La Ll mutt ad, July 16 —The government of Salvador ha* isaued a proclamation declaring the country in a stale of siege and announcing that pa—jsiria would be required iu order Ut travel from one town to auotbcr War with Gnat*-mala Is imminent Nearly Ut),WW men are stat lotted at <:tg t is ei-fo (rf the frontier, Great enthestrum prevail*. A Guilty ( opb Pur I shod. Lima, CM<U>, July iti—F-.r some time part John New tuu aud Mr*. J amu* Arm strong have bren living as man and wile at Deshler, near here. Sunday they wets visited bv a mob rn masked men, who took them out, and, after giving them a severe benttug, allowed them lo depart lf they would leave the town, which they did j ai oao*   ____ lf srlti ou Tara* (Ive' a New I. af. M -.HLivtR , Msu, July ll. Marlboro i wied Monday—I,F-K) to 26—to art- pt a a1* r charier Ti e first elerti ai w ill bt held In December The *' nt was celebrated hy firework*, salutes, music, etc. The vc tars have oppovjd a charter heretofore for more then iou year*. ARE ACKNOWLEDGED THE dimples!. Most Lasting and Fcononvcal - REMAINS nged through Years I*1(‘iimi> don’t Im* gulled Into trying ex peri incut iii af oxen. Birr JKH) now Iii use in oar fins & in, 315 Belle sr. A. J. HOWELL state after it has once been admitted to tha union.    ___ Revoked the Order. Wa sn I sc. to* City, July 16.—Secretary Tracy has formally revoked the orders of the United State* steamer Essex, which was to have cspiveyed tbe .emains of the late inventor Erie-son to Sweden. While much pressure wa* brought to bear upon him to send one of tl.d new cruisers on this ml**t< rn, the • errata rf did not decide to revoke th# orders of tbe Easel until Monday night. The new cruisers Baltimore and Philadelphia are bow under consideration for this mission, and a1 though no ansignment will be made for several days, it is believed that tbe Baltimore will be selected. HI. Leal* ttrfase* To lie < »>■»farted. W vsmxoioi. ( (TV, July 16—Tbe representatives of th* UiU'eus' committee of St. limits coiled on Secretory Noble Monday and asked that a recount of the pojmlstlon of that city be ordered Their request wa*    mainly upon the Inves tigation made by toe jafilce department into th* cases of om rtoa alleged against the enumerators The »ecretary direct!*! that Ute {Millers giving the results of this investigation he sen! to Superintendent Porter, where they can lw c«»mj»art*l with the census re* urn*. He told the commit* tee that be would confer with Mr Porter, and give them an answer. K ill Lase a I U af Land. Wa- KINGTON' err?, July 14—The Mexican government ha* 1. rn pie evidence that the Mexican l#>nd aud Cokmixatlon company, nu E tgti h c-nice rn. in-pirrt tbe re (-en* |dot to rtae I/*w«*r California, and IU. > (suifiat ate the £J,tfcJi,U0) acres of land I win- ii the company owns in various Mexl can states. A Cli»M|v in the Kulea. Washington ( ITV, July 14—The senate | He po bl iran chuc-is hy a large majority agret*| that a a .auge *o>>uki lie n.ade in j tho senate rule* to make it possible to1 limit debate sod pa** tho federal election J blit. The form of the change was not agreed upon. Tbe VI lune, |M>IU Ceuaso. Washington City, Jul> 16 —Saperiu j tendent Porter, actin - under th* advice of the sttoruey geoeral, has ordered s recount of .me of th - census dirt riot* In the oily of Miuueapolia. lo I’,-IOU.Ii (lr*. I ■ rid oat. \\ (-HiNi.i it t HY. JtilT Wk—4 MU was iuti<-du< - d lit ttic hones Tuesday by V’sn fiever of oiit.uiii i. grauling a pen*i<m (rf |3,()i. 1 a >ear to the widow of Gen. John C. Fremont.  __________ I Le visible supplv of a heal and corn is, nwp-cltvely, 18,96,111 sud It,*271,292 bushels. DEALER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- Than lo any other bouse in Alton. In coaiequeiiee of lb« UKK IT EXTENT of our KALKS we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN ami it ie a recognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS TUAN ANY OTIIKR HOUSE IN TUE CITY. mm suns. I am now receirt'tg a Isr^e an i varie I stock if Clo* lit, in all Uhs prevailing shades, for Spring Suits, who: t I wa pillared to make up iu tilt. Most Fasliionablel Styles, GU VU ANTEE ING A Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfaction. H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. ;