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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois IHpt TON DAILY TELEGRAPH. A LTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, Levison's Blue-Black Writing Fluid. TI WASHINGTON WIKE. GOOD FOR PROPERTY OWNERS Capital City Notes and Gossip of Public Interest. ''loir* •MMC COPT!*. FLUID) ^LT- iou'!-. The only permanent Violet Ink made It will oopy yearn after writing. It will not mould or thicken. It flows freely and does not get gummy. It deposit* no sediment. ttFTbe Betti Ink made for persons who have weak eyes, or who write by gaslight, Ah every mark made with this ink can be distinctly seen. MF*It is absolutely non-connive (a ated pen can be used in it for months) and in especially adapted for ase the 8tyAgraphic or Fountain Pens. This ( ekbniltd Bike- tilwk Writing Huul we guarantee superior to any writing fluid in the market. While it retains all the qualities of the best fluid inks, it has many which other inks do not possess: Foret- Brilliancy of oolor, being a dark blue, enabling you to seei what you write, a great advantage over the pale Ink no* in use; afterwards changing to a deep permanent black. Seeomi Fluidity, a clear, thin fluid; it deposits no sediment. Thin I—It will not fade. Fourth— It will not mould. Fifth— While we do not claim this Ink non*corrosive, we do claim it will have less effect on steel pens than a iy other fluid ink made. Get the Hest. The ♦♦Cheapest” la not itlwnyn Hie beati th#* IIKHT Im always the cheapest. THE 3EHRINQ SEA CONTROVERSY. Onir'.l Corr**poa<len<-«t on IU* a.ilij.ct He! ween Keeretary It lain. sud th* I lr It* Uh Oevermn# I snl .ultled to Congress —Th* CouiniUt** on (nut cited RI l otion* Report In Rnvtsr of Seating Me-Clinal*, of U **t Virginia. Washington ('mr, July 94. -The official Corr** j ion d* a ce between th* secretary of ; state and the Hrltisb government concerning the Retiring sea controversy ana submitted to congress Wednesday by tbs president. The letter of Secretary Maine transmitting the correspondence toTSe president and the letter of the president transmitting it to congress are merely formal, Mr. illaiuo stating simply that he sincerely regret* toe delay in transmission. S.arn*tory Blaine’s letter is dated > It ir Harbor," Tile correspondence trails mined is from August *44, I WH, to July IO, BW. The tirst letter is from Mr. Kd- j warden, first secretary of the British legation at Washington to Mr. Blain*, in which the secretary of state is informed that repeated rumors have reached her majesty's government that United States cruisers have stopped, searched and even seined British vessels in Behring sea outside the threemile limit. Mr tidwardes further states that the marquis of Saiis-bury desired him to ask that stringent instructions tie sent to United States officers to prevent the possibility of such occurrences taking place. Kure* of Me Avail. “In concio p n,Maays Mr. Edwards, “the Marquis of Halhdiury desires me to say I that ivir Julian Paunrefote will be pre pared on his return to Washington In the j autumn to discuss the whole question and her majesty's government wish to point out to the Untied States government that a settlement eau not he hindered by any measures of force which may be resorted to by the United .state*:" In a h tter to Mr. Kd warden, Mr. Blaine states that the United States government deair * to haw- the matter settled on a basis honorable to Ugh nations. '■/fullest*- Which Propose* to Wipe Out Arrears of Taxi**, Vkw Your, July 34-Th* latest and most astonishing scheme floated In Brooklyn la the organisation of a huge syndics'a which pro|Mi*es to wipe out all the arrears of taxes due to tbs city and to af-ford more time to the lax payers who have fallen in arrears to meet their liabilities. As the law stands, when property ie in an - are for taxes, a penalty or 9 per cent, is unposed, and after tbs first year of ar mmge tbs property ie put up for sale. If the owner does not buy In his own prnjK-rty he has to pay a bonus of IO per cent, and 1& per oent. interest on the purchase price ti til Only Chsrg* • Per Cwt. This law is regarded by the public as severe, hut the result of It has been to reduce the amount of taxes due on property, I he syndicate docs not promise to sell tho property until the total amount of arrears * aches »i j** o ut. of the a erased valuation, ami then does not ask a bon us or ia- An Ai.egod Thief Tied Railway Track. to a THE ARREST OF HIS PERSCCUTERS. A la*, onto#iv* Mapped When Ogjy Right-•*«*» Inch** from th* Helpless Msu-M Im •.•sate Train Robbers Threw Hee I ‘1>P*r la th* Rya* of PsbS**ag*rs hat Meet re little Booty—Iniplrluvi (h*r»r-t*rs Arrest**! -other Crimps. Wa gran tang, pa> j„|y H—Thomas Tobin was tied to tile railroad track near HniitbVille, a village two miles north of Idttston, by four men Munday night and came near uvtng run over by a heavy loaded coal train. The four men are Poland*!**, named Albert ami John Kasha, Al i-crt Kraw and John Mucosa. Some Bargai n v teiest, and intend of ch.rgmg 9 per cent |    '    *    ’    "    ‘    J , on the arr* ars. as th* city d>*e, it will only    boarding-house about charge-5 ,**»r rent., allowing the proiieriv *    *    atf"    hod    stole    a    trunk,    which    con awner. to pay allowing the pr«q>erty ... - - their arrears at any time. 11 e '■V nd I cats will, of conn**, pay the city Hi* total am.-nut of arrear* due at ^>nc«, an-1 deal with the taxpayers on Ute principles mentioned above Meeting of Catholic Archbishops. Boston, July 34,—The Cstiwlit archbishops of the United .States asaembled for their annual meeting Wednesday in Mt, John * seminary at Brighton. Among the pre ates present are the following; M in Francisco: Erose, of Oregan, Will-nuns, of the New Eng and see, aud Card!-md Gibltons The latter will preside over th*- deliberations. Archbishop Corrigan, of New York, Is silent, owing to the controversy la-tween Lim and Dr. Burtsell. Milwaukee will not be represented, as the successor of Archblahop Helm, who died a short w hile ago, has not been chosen. tame*! #45 in money, In addition to clothing. Told ti’* wife found the trunk Sunday un. rn In/ anile getting sums wood from under Hie bouse. fib* to»/i the neigh bors, w ho in turn informed th* owners of the disc .very, A Horrible Revenge. " hen the I'otendsr* saw the trunk they accused Tobin of Laving stolen It and be •P"1 beating him. dis protestations of : innocence only made them more angry. They dragged him to the Fairview branch j railroad and lied A cowl I rain came later, lait was bear-proceeded slow ly. The en* lyiag aero*, tbs track and stop;**! bls train when the engine wa* just eighteen Inches away from the helpless man. Ha was rales** d aud Tuesday ha*t the f >ur mea arrested, were held in #2,uui bail mth. THEY USED RED PEPRER . (Thick Walls) Large Gel Im-. with Water In Hoi In Depot, LOT 60x120. M*0d» must be sold. lr- They Dorsey & Man! 3X0 Belle street. in Third and Piasa sis. / Ready Mixed Paints I Oils — AGENTS FOR THE— St. Loui* V*rni»h Co. Fine VA Ii NISI I KS gad JAPANS. Charter Oak Slum and Ranges Black Diamond find Asbestos Roofing. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pumps New Home and White Sew Jug Machine*; BHO egcb. Agent* for the r —FINK LINE OF— Bingies and Spud? Wagons DAD CART *0 Ai World for HO. v rn Farm Machinery, Alton, III* Important Appointment*. Washington City. July 24.-The pn«*i- j dent ha** sent to the senate th* following nominations: To be envoy* extraordinary •rn! minuter* plenipotentiary of th* I tilted M’ates pursuaut to act at cot 14rem j approve*] July 14, IMO. Thomas If. Ander sou of Ohio (now minister resident and consul-gen* tai at I/* Pax) to Bolivia; Clark K Carr of Illiuoi* (now minister resident ami consul-general at Copenhagen) to Denmark; John I). Washburn of Mama* huxetta (now minister resident an*l con-uil-gem-ral at Berne) to Swltxer laud; John L Steven* of Maine (now minister resident at Honolulu) to th* Hawaiian I-I un da, Georg* Muncy of Tenure***. (now minister reaident at Mi ut*video) to Paraguay and Uruguay; also a number of revenue service and army promotion* Troops Reviewed by the President. Washington City, July *4. —The pres!-1 denA accompanied by several members of hi* cabinet, Go. Schofield, anda large contingent of congressional and depart meat officials, visited Fort Washington, an th* Potomac, Wednesday afternoon! to Inspect th* troop* of the district National /nard, who are now holding their I annual encampment there. Although ne 1 definite plans have yet (wen agreed upon, It is likely that the president, accompa tiled by the secretary of war, will leave W ashing. ■» Thursday morning for Mount Gretna, Pa., where th* Pennsylvania State National guard is now In camp.  — A Derision That Decided Nothing. Washington City, July 94 —Th* Bapt! bl iran national con gras* tonal executive committee held a meeting Tuesday night to consider th* conflicting claims to th* con-greeehmal nomination In th* First Tenues**.- district, in which Representative Alf Taylor and ex Representative R. R, Butler claim, each that few Is the regular nominee. Th* committee decided unanimously In favor of Taylor. Taylor {.resented a statement, and agree*! to abide by the committee's decision, but Butler refused lo com* before the committee or recognise its authority. In Favor of McGinnis. Washington City, July 91-The report of the majority of the committee on elections in the contested election of James H McGinnis va. John I), Alderson from th. Third district of Weal Virginia was submitted th the hon se Wednesday by Irioey of low**. The report quote*, cop- -lousiy from Hie testimony taken in the Case to show that M< Glottis was elected, giving him a majority of thirty Vote*! CrGp of Georgia will Ain a minority report for the Democratic members of the committee. I in portent Land Decision. Bashing, Mich., July Sk.—Two suite br* 1 ti gilt to test the question of ownership en nearly 9x1,000 men-* of valuable pine iiml farming lands were dec de.I Tuesday by Judge Peck in favor of th* stat*. Under a “swamp land net" of congress these land-* anre reded to the stat*:, toil on a resurvey by the government it was found that they were not swamp lands and the government -ranted the lands to nutria*.! e 'inpaine* The -.tate brought suit to re cover possession of the lands bel I by the Flint and Pere Marquette and this casa wa* dec nj id Tune lay. National Furniture W .. tin fart arar*. BONTON, July 94.—Tira nom tiers of the National Turn it un* Manufacturer*’ assn elation met Wednesday morning at the American house, ex-President F. N. Bani •'•ll in the chair. After a brief Hesston they started on the steamer New York for a trip to the Isles of Hhoals, their purpose being to return to Baston et 6 p m. Vurt j Otis proposition* for mutual benefit aud fur conserving the gmo-ral interests of the trade ar* under consideration, and also measures for tile extension of the local I organixatlos whish shall be in affiliation with the general body, Hale of a Helling MUI Plant. CLNY ULAND, Ohio, July 34.-The rolling mill plant of Brown, B muell at Ca st Youngstown, Ohio, which has been in the bandi, of a receiver for seven years, was sot I Tuesday at a mn* ar commissioner'* sale for iron.4001 The purchaser* were William Met nary, of Pitt*burg, C. C. Baldwin of Cleveland, aud Henry T«>d and C, ll. lline of Youngstown, Ohio, representing certain creditors. The in de bt**! ne** (.gainst the plant is ti,ILG,fit L I of which the purchasing creditor* bold f t!,3ii-‘i,419. The mille will lie operated m USU (ii.    _ Another Big a trill*. New York, July 94.—Th# board of del agate* of th# building trad** voted anan! mou-ly to call out all th* union men working on any public school in the city, I This will affect I,aw men The board the school trustees for awarding contracts with a provisio which will for bld SU blatti ag end which thereby brings in en inferior grade of workmen and is a source of additional expense to taxpayer*. The hoard of delegates will hold a meet-lag in order to perfect arrangements for calling rn general strike. Erasing Robbery of Passenger. \ -ar D«. lath, Mini*.—A crests N .<1, Dt’Lt’TH, Mina., July 24.—Just a th* I IO:*) tralf on the Omaha p l lied oui 'I j day mom ng »;.n man Ii. Bhort-1 ly after the tmin kit th. depot they began ! operations by throwing ;ed pefijar in th* I eyes of the passenger* t- 'areel them and ! th* n I a-gat i n> cid lent all til* jewelry and ' va.uable* bandy Among the vtetims wa* * Judge Clough, of Sup- Hor. Doe of the men whs arr cete I in Bu ism I or, aud the other t o . art* bath ve*i bi la nm-rn# th-** arrested here later in ll# day. They atli' he beld till their feiderua cpu be InfwU-gatcd The thieve* who com iii it bs! the "** the train got very Rule. One man lost kl* money, hut It vca. a small amount. Judge Clough's watch and pocketbook were recovered from the thief uapt-uivtl at jvqs-rior, Til* struggle litwtep bim and th# tldeves called the mi cut lim of th# trainmen to them aud they wcrv frustrstci in *heir attempt*. The thief captured fetus- m to talk Ile was referred to by h - toutpanWms nm “/«mlthy" and “Fatty," Hr. 1 innt U ell there ie to Ideuttfv him. •mashed lite Jn*tK. th# Nims. Dm*.it. Mich , July 24.—Judg. Henry UrrviMirt and 1/twyer Mcfimmrtt indulged iii a scrapping mal ch W»du*e>]*y morning Just bel-ire e- urt    TI.#* trouble grew out of politic*! d.fT< r,-n<i-w Breevort charge , that Md), mo it had cheated Lim oui of a notuiustiou f--urtcen years ago McDermott this as a d— d lie. whereupon the Judge mule a i-aes at the lawyer, who dod^-dlt amil got in a chuet-tapper on the Judge's noes ! Both men wen- constdcraldy battered be-1 ARK ACKNOWLEDGED TUB Nimplesi, Most Lasting and Economical ~ REMAINS- '■ Unc’iiingedtlirougfi I’L um* don't br gal. truing rxpertnenui mtmm Oti-r JOO itovt In Hat fit). 315 Belle st. *bre th# po ie* c aid interfere. CHON SALE —^—OF S AND PANTALOONS ' ORI JKK. 'V GUARANTEED Tbs Muwdrjr Civil Hill. Wamhingtun City, July 91- At a meet big of the house committee on appropre lions it was agree*| to recommend a non eoncurrvtir*- In ail the senate a rn.* tut meats of importnnce to the sundry civil bill tx* cep! those rn. .easing the salary of associate judges in New Mexico and allowing emu mutation to agent* on the sale of artificial limbs Th* irrigation amend j meat was ode of those noo concurred in. j A Fetll leu frees Labor LsMters. 5VasmiAUTON CITY, July 24 —The Fader *tkm of laihor OMA Tuesday night and addressed a petition to Speaker iii-1 asking that a day be aet aside in th* bona* for consideration of tmsines-. from the foment!** on la tor so that the right hour amendment and the ai ten contract law amendment (providing penalties for violation of th****# laws) may he considered at this session of congress. t esamtiussl, Washivoton Cite, July 44.-After iou-Rn* i-mducss Wednesday the bouse r* snrru-d discussion of th*- bankruptcy hill. The senate met at ll o’oJcm k, aud after I unlm;««risiit business r*sum«it consklera-Uou ik to* Indian appropriation bill. Isis* a# ate sn to Vtrth*. Lindon. July 9t-A gi-ueral strike upon the part of the National heamer * union wa* announced lur July ‘41 The ob lect of the strike la to force the Kng-* H ship owner* to fnfioenee the Daniivli wiier* to eon ce* Ie Iii* demand* of nish seamen fur wages equal to \ * hug!uh M-amen. A conference • Bunderiand on July lift is-/    .    ‘"Sd    • Probably Taro**! IU rat r a New Yoke, July ii-On Sunday last eleven young men and boy* who called themselves the Midnight Fleas urn club, Wind a catboat from Richard Ulrich at the Jamaica Bay hour*. They said they wen goin/ to Bistro Islam! for a aa IL Nothing has since be n heard of the Umt or IU occupanta Tuesday two wonieu calle*! at Ulrich’s place and inquired for two bo) s who are supposed tot* with the party. It hi not know ll whether the young men ran away with the buat or met with an accident    i M lfe Murder awd Suicide. 55 ti KELING, W. \ a, July H. — Wi-dM*. J day morning at 4 oVJnck MaudavilJ* Ault, j deputy recorder of Belmont eounty, Ohio, while laboring under a temporaiy flit of Insanity caused by the death cd his chU-1 ami sicklier shot huniolf in lh* head with a revolver. The hall passed around the skull nit:,out doing serious damage. He Immediately turned ami shut hts wife, who was -lading nv*r, kit lug ber in riant ly. JI# then went lo his father’s barn aud hung himself from the rafters. Didn't (tot to Shoot HU M'lfa. RuCHraTKK, N \\ July 24.-Daniel T. Moore, agist 40 years, a well known barber here, shot iduiaelf through th* right temple on hts door step, «ly mg almost instantly, If* had had busine** levers** ami family troubles, his wife having ob-tainod separation {tapere fr*.ru bim two weeks ago. Ile bad been drinking heavily Slid Wi-tit home foe the pit r(mis* ut shooting hi* wif»s afd finding her away from home sat down on his door Hen and kills I himself. A. J. HOWELL DEALER IN Drtgtawl Pa* bag* M’agoa. . Font Dodge, la, July ti - An original package wagon is the latest thriving in-dustry in thb vldnity. A company has been lur me I and wit) place a number of wagon* OR th* roa-J immediately. Th* objif of th. sebvnie ie to get liquors oui among the farmers and deliver them at their door* in any desired quantity. Tbs wagons nill make regular routes through out this county st regular intervals. Til# originators of the a wed scheme expect to reap a rich harvest. A bensattoMsl ll!sore* Case. LON IM iv, July 21 Kir Charles Hassell began th# opening address In th* divorce ran of \’Ur ant Dunlo again*! hie wife, ■ lady Dunk'. Wednesday. The wit is brought on iii ground of adultery with a taal* nam# t 55Vrthvim**r I ady Dunlg was former ti a rn ti'ic hall singer ani was ' kn--wn a< I:, lie Ii.Hon. In her dcfeue* Lady Dunlo dotiie* nil knowledge of Wert he-rn* r, * Aa Ared* Town D*slroy«*L CmHtTiNA, July 91 - J lam in*-^f*-st, the northern m<-at town In E imp-, ha* tieeu almost entirely destroyed by fire. The if habitat!la, mostly (inliar folk, are in a dew Hluie an ! ■ -mug condition A**utaiicw has )hi*u a-o’, fro in th# tieig a haring town of l r rn* rn lo *** r« m a airth*. New Your, July DL Bi* hundred driv* er» of the str*-e* sjirii-kling carte aud of the aah carta arach d to t-.e street l lano log depart meal ar* en striae. The street sprinkler» demand •*"- ’    * arni lits *' x grive* kathy Th# "Hlaeh Avenger*." Bangor, Me , July 24 -The polio* have captured an orgnni»d gang of hoys who call then!' voa the "Hla.ik Avengers" and who ar* charged with Iiumerou- casoa of •tors breaking, etc. I emptaln** from Grand Army Mea. Bunton, July 21—Th# loc ii - >-rninittee bat lug c.large of the arrangement* tor the eoralng enc impmetil of the Gland Army la bein,* Jetfged with k-Slers finn! VM«r. an* iii different parts of the country eon plaining oi the lit/b rate* quoted ny t G*. laiiruiid romp ut ms a. c. un lured with thou grantoi lo thcOl I Fe.} - vs, Kulghi* of Py I bias, ami similar of/s laallooe. feY. rn the w-. -ie. n • * st. s tis Grand Army Tate*range from I- t- # 0 big) cr than the rat# allowed lo the Odd Fell or* fr»mi lit# UMI tot nil igo ami ret nr t, aud the ornti. men! which pn val!* inhi. ,t*-s that uuleaa ■PU) m o* satisfactory term* are < oauwk-d bf lh* iii rn I uNiociat eiik thousands of veteran* wha lad intctMied to march thr- ig.t It* rn fttrmrt* will lig eouua-llad to reiiui a ai home Duilble M'eddlwg an tile Stag*. DEMER. Jai) 94 —There wa* a doubt* wedding on th* ring* et the Fifteenth Street thcitre Tn«edey eiwnlng. Four men Jar* of tho Olivette opera company CORS tat lag of J. C. Newell Mio* Ida fe*aj‘ Bdwhi Mercer and Miss Hberw.»*| wean uuiied in marriage before a large amit- CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac. -  0 Our Prices WILL BE FOUND LOWER—Considering Qualities and Styles- 7S?*t *Sv?l^rlK";*' in A)u>"- ,B «-«aqu.o« Of th. > <K kl EX I EN I of our KALES we are enabled to do Bu.,nee. on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it ie a rec-ogoi»od fact that we baoillf by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF HOODS THAN ANV OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. I sum. Dealt! Mf a Sped I ag Man. M.W You*, July 3i. ~ Bat rick J ihwrhey, ut the Amertcua house, Fourth •venueand Thin - -oil atiwl. U dead He was on* of th# hac ker, ut Kiiraiu ta Ida fight with fcui'ivan and wa* well kn. wa I* the sporting tntertuty. Hts Veta(* «u valued at (ltk.ilfi I an now receiving a lir,*e an J varied ilock of Clothe in ail the prevailing abides, for .Spring *•• '•, whioh I ain prepared to make up if the Most ^aaliionablel Stvles, GUARANTEEING A Perlect Fit, Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfactkm. H. G. 6. Moritz. 112 Third st A recount af win* at the census til* t rid a of Milwipsie baa Gen completed Vt ion is eltowu U be WNI . I • esnsatk f • i aw -    * J.-ce the connu* Itw ;