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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 28, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DATTA7 TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 80. The ALTON, ILL., MONDAY7 EVENING, .JULY US. 1890. MTT CNM IN TI EAST «e#ma lo las the general belief that the vc* el hah met with disaster, aud gone low ii with ail on Umr.l, The Ever "I Ho POPULAR HJG PAKTEIIIES A1’ COST. •nrWa mast have R.x>m for our mw mn of ALBUM# and PAPE-TERIB8 uow under way. Hence, we offer oar pretext acock AT < ’<>KT. Shoot Music. ■I HAS. J, DL*. KS HART, Sole Agent.) CHOICE SELECTIONS < AllhH I.LV AKRA NORD Ro BEOIlfNETB AM* KUH THK I HR OR TEACH ERB or HIK PIANO AND ORGAN. Chapatti* Walla,bf...... Mf Away Galop, by  ....... Gertrude Dream Watt*, by impatience (ffka>o Galop, by In I hr “unehlne, by ..... Jar* frost's March, by Moment Muelcal, by ......... Playful Ronda, by .  ........ KutaianGrand March, by ....... 'tarof Affection ., shower of Rot** Galop, by. -    *    *•    Walt*,    by....... Wreath W al ti. by ..... ....... ac., ae., ac., ac., I*c frills — Wain*, Heethoren. streabbog .... I JIO lt<‘. Knight schubert. .. fern net*. Hartmann streabtiog tileec it. Whirling Monster Visits Lawrence, Mass. PERSONS KILLED OUTRIGHT, And a Larva Number lnjtii a*.l by I Militia Building. On* Hull.In ll H1m.11 Let-tb.l by th*- Mora**, I nu.lag an ImmotM lame- fire An la it* terror to the Eiwn* —A IX x-rlpl ion att the florin by an Ere-Wit ae ae. Lawiirm a, Mass., July SA —A cyclone at ruck S>uth lawrence with great power at*out IO o'clock Haturday tnoruing. The •torn* fit at air tick Hpringfiel I »tr»-#t anal traveled thence to Haletn street, devout nt-Ing a *>>ctio» of t wenty r«*d* wide. It I* cit im at nl that IOO building* have been leveled by the storm. A tiutnlwr of people are known to have been killed outright by a falling building, aud the injured are reported aa numbering fifty or sixty, Fire broke out in a (mintier of places Iii the ruiiia, and tile entire lire department was put lo work ex! lug id sh mg the flame*. Th# injured were removed and cared for aa quickly aa possible. six lives^lost. A Dearriplleu of the Storm by a Paaaen-ger on a Train. Ik WTO lf, July SIH. —The first new* of tho Ile Hayed with Untidies. ?Mohknto, Cal., July uh -ai Ripon, San looqoin county, Warren, Ute 7year«<hl en of O. W. Masters, while playing with iii th hea. net tire toucan of coal oil and the bourn took fire and waa destroyed. George and Warren and a baby girl perished In the flames and a 17-yWar-old girl uhs badly burned while tryiug to rescue tbc baby. Horrible Might for a lf ashanti. I >KN\ KH, July SIH.—Mr*. Kuaaell, wife of a machinist in the Fort Worth rail- j road shope, wa* nm over and killed by the cars Friday in view of ber husband. Khe J aaa crawling utided the cars to get water, when they suddenly S artell up. UNCLESAM WILL INTERFERE. siealeo Will Remain Neutral In the C en-frat American W ar. ('ITV or Mme ii o, July uh On account if certain mysterious and indefinite information it I believe I her*- that tile United H sics has determined to interfere in the affairs of Central America for the protection of her own int* rents and the restoration of peace. It ia understood from the best authority that the government Cf Mexico ha* decided to remain neutral in the squabble so long aa the rights of Mexican citixen* aud the boundaries of Mexico are respected. No more tm »pa w ill be sent to the frontier. From official sources it kl learned that there ar* six battalion* of in- Another Ordeal for Minneap* oli* and St. Paul. FUNNY BUSINESS IN BOTH CITIE8, ..... .    ..    .    ,__,    ,    ,    ,    fantry    and one regiment of cavalry—8,0U0 cyclone direct from lawrence has learn re- m«.B |n Mil —iii the ,tal*e along the iwder ceived by telephone. Th# destruction wee J line of Guatemala, a number sufficiently But Those In Minneapolis Were Most Extensive and Moro Boldly Planned—Th# Mows# Adopts the Reflation I,oohing to the Investigation of Chargee Agelast P* nsion Commissioner Re a rn — What Congressman Stewart Hays of th* Partners' Alliance, Wa hi VOTon City, July an.-The census row in KL Paul and Minneapolis has «r inn to such proponents that it ie likely that the twin cl tins will have to go through the ordeal of soother count. The frauds which were practiced kl Minneapolis were beyond question the must ex-tensive aud twat boldly punned ever attempted. I stat week the census officers hi re gave. out that a re-exam itiaUon of the return* showed the population of Minoa-apii* to be shout I se, OOO. Huheequeni in-Vestigstion. however, led to a con*itl#ral4e re* 11 id iou from these figures, aud cid Wednesday it wits reported that Minneapolis worm not hare more than 177,(JU), loiter the total population was still further re dmvd by the discovery of gross fraud* on tin- f*hrf of enumerators, and now the officials here are so thoroughly satisfied that the whole work of taking lite census in .d I it neap' lls was frauduletit that R has A Bargain. SEVEN BOOM BBH! MISE _ (Thick Walls) I Arg# Cellar. with Water in House LOT In Depot, 60x1130. HitTS£!^»Shborhood- HM"* *» MUST BE SOLD. Turd ad Piasa sis. ILION, IU. I confined wholly to .South Lawrence. Ninety wooden dwellings were destroyed, six lives were lost, thirty-five persona were injured, $1 IO,mw worth of property was fleet rayed, and SUO people rendered I horn*-lees The paMsengers on the Boston j and Maine train, due in Boston at IO:(A, got a good view of the wrecked town aa they phased through. A Graph'* llssvrlption. Mr. Quimby, a passenger, thus describee the accite of devastation: “The rain had ceased and the wind had gone down. The first thing no' iced we* a building blown to the ground and then the tree* were twisted arni uprooted. This wa* on the left hand side of the track doming toward j Boston. Timber, turin wagons and ob- , jocts of aorta were scattered about in great confusion VV# were horrified to see • man's dead body lying under a bridge at the Kotlik I ai wren ce depot. Everybody    waa    running about m confu-    j aion    not    having a chance to    tell the extent of damage. The path of the cyclone swept at right angle* ac new the track, cutting a clean swath, levelling houses arid    cutting off or uprooting    the    f trees.    The    whole thing took place    bo-    , tween tbs tim rn we left Haverhill and the time we rea> Intl South lawrence. The ! train stopped only a few minute* and it! wa* i iii porn! hie to hid out anything definite." Moi.liers to the Reseee. MAI PKN. Ma** , July 2*4.- Battery C, of Lawrence, which bad just returned from j camp, arrived bore at noon on a apodal tram en route to Lawrence, where the men were detailed at once to guard work and amlet in the removal of the debris and  ___  _      w    been    determined    to    eouul th* palliation I* rue to repel any disorderly eieiueut that OVer *^'t,tn might drift ov-r the fr (Utter and to pro- .    Faun* Basiaess at at. Fast, tret the boundary Those in a position'    Jusf * hen it was determined that    Min to know say that Mexico will in tm nay neat-.Is- -h-.uld be rec unled It was db-mix he rue f tip the d UTU-utile*, ber prog- covered t hmt there wa# some fuauy buet- ra«* am! peace Iwing too valuable for even a thought of intervention. Has Urea ere part ne tnt War. Kan Francisco, July ‘Ut. —Thesteamship Kan Ju*e of the Pacific Mail company, has arrived from Panama, ('apt Kuaaell of flint vessel spent the greater part of th# last six mon ti:* in Guatemal i t’ity. During that time immense quantities of rifle*, gun* and ammunition hsve l*-**n shipped into that piece from RugLnd. France and tile Unite I Stat.-* He sr.)* that there are enough rifle* in th** country now to arm ; iou.'*® men Them in no die* iplined army in Guatemala, and in war time* the of-fie .tis have to send out and catch recruits ' IL* volution In ftuntt-utala. ('ITV OF July SA—New# comes I from Sun Hal vat tor that a revolution it gat int Pp bident Barr! 11 aa baa broken out in G a alem a I a. THE LATEST. The Stepping Stone, by Sidney Rosenfeldt. (Chal ARD IN STRI 41. NT AL) X* a Copy OUR SPECIAL TERMS: 10c Per Copy. 25c for 3 Copies, 50c for 7 Copies. $1.00 for 15 Copies. Cii(itl((gu<‘ FIC Kl*! oh Application, or Mailed FICKE to ant \ddr«‘H*. Chas. J. Degenhart, VL„J __J d:...    •    ii. _ ll     —- ... ...    •••»"'■•    WI .ow o, >•■ ii. nmt MM (wriuiiois w HW »i.un intra ana rlltfl III. • Anoil. II searc h for tin dead and injured Spring- i derry in th*- uame of King GONE TO HIS REWARD. Heath of ■ Vt HI-Known Figure oa th* River I rant of New York. NIF Tour, July 2H. —Th# Rev. Robert T. Walker, pastor of the Floating Church of Our K ivb»r, fxot of Pike strv-t, East river, is dead. He was a well-kuown figure on the river front, and perao ally ac- j stood by him poiiti* quaint^ with mauy of tim down town feet—frankly tm*l bm inc** men. It ta said that he waa a descendant of Bishop Walter, who mused the patriotism ai the Irishmen at Loudon- C£ Ready Mixed Paints I Oils -AGENTS FOE TUE— Bt. Leu it V arni ah Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS. Mr Oak Sillies mid Ranges Black Diamond and Atbeaio* RiKiflng. Building and Sheeting Paper. Force, Lift and Spraying Pump*. New Home and White Sewing; £40 each. Agent* for Ute Celebrated Metter Faro Wagons. field street where th* cyclone struck, eon* I tai tied many of the handsome residencies I of the town. Th# work of the tornado on this Wrest wa* *Vnn cut aud after It had passed but three houses of all between Blanchard and Mouth Union streets were left ••anding Ail tbs others on both aides of th# street were either mowed cotu-1 pleMy down or partly demolished, and twenty (trapt* wetv injured on this street ah me. The windows of Kl. Patrick’* ■ church were blown in, trees, chimneys, ; sign*, fence* aud roofs were torn away : outside th* path of the storm while in it* direct route everything wa* laid flat, - The List of Rilled. NKW York, July Ka- A long distance I telephone dispatch to the Unite,! Press gives the name* of th* dead an far as j known. They are aa follows: Mia O’Connell. crushed; Mamie O'Connell, neck broken; Mary I .yon* aged CU, crushed; Mr*. Collin*, i‘ort land afreet, crushed; j her child, 4 year* old, crushed. A child of Julia Bratty’*, which is buried In the I rttina has not yet been found. Of the in I jurvd some, espwaI...!" those a* the .'aunty of Martiu McLaughlin, are seriously, if not fatally, hurt. Th# demage to the property la cousiderably over ti UU, UUU. —FINK LINK OF Cams. Bmps anil SMth. Bmt ROAD CART •» u»’ 'Vorl'1 ,or GO. IL K. JOHNSTON, Hardware Co. Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alton, HI. OTHER MISHAPS. Poisoned l»j M rat. Kb K Lark, WI*.. July 4*.-Twenty one persons are in danger of dying from eating supposedly potviosd meat, and several of the ca**-, are very critical. 8t«ta Dairy and F<xsl Commiasioner Thumb aaa to investigate Th# meat, to the amount of seventy fir* pounds, was placed on sale at a local meat market. No era! I of the victims came near dying. The city physician says that the sickness is poei-tively due to eating this meal. The per-eoiu sick were taken arith violent vomiting end cram pa, The state chemist ha* examined the meal, but found no traces of arsenic poison William 111, and whose seal is fittingly told In Mac aday'* “History of England." Mr. Walker J preached in the fixating church every Sun- I day, and in the S<-am«trs home, in Frank- I lyn square on Wednesday night*, ll* ; also delivered abort talks to seamen at the Heamea's chapel in lhke street. History ut lits lamr. The deal x«l we* born iu Derry, Ireland, HS years ago, and came to this coon try in IMO. ll.- went to Illinois, and, while at Elgin, was ordained a minister of tike Ej i*s>| ii church by Bishop Chuse, j lie was aasigued to a church at Elgin, but the climate of the west did not agree with him Ile carne east, and was aa-, signed by Bishop Potter ho the rectorship of the (’burah of the Messiah in Brooklyn. { Hi- death was a surprise to all of his friends. It waa from o d age. He kept I telling t*s.pie that he expected to live , until he was Ital yean old, and hi* friend* j heired hun, I* a use he was of such sturdy aud athletic hu'ld. It waa his' I boas that be never iu the course of his life *|K-ut a day Ii* bed. IAT;    --- Xnuui-ratora. I’u I la pi I, Kill a, July iii.—Th* flourishing tow ii of Wayne, with It* I,MO inhald tauts, was overlooked by th* iv na us < enumerator, said therefore has no place in the official Hat of Pennsylvania. { . Wayne i* about fourteen miles from th* ; Broad Kl reef station on the main line of the IHtnnsyivauta railroad. It has two new-pap r*. a title and trust coml .any, three hands .me church#*, two large hotels, a number of stores and many beautiful mansion*. Many of th* men whose business cal led them away from their tow n during th* day had Ailed oat lists of their families to Ii* presented to the enumerator but he never came. ne»a hi the manner in which the St, Paul ceYsu* ha* bo I taken. Ktnall shanti#* down in back distrtcts ara reported to contam a population of, say, from twenty five to forty people in each casa. I his Us! to a complication which will probably make it necessary to have a recount th re. 8u-periu'cudt-nt Porter said that he had not yet fully determin' d lo order a rat oms* *i St, tnt be thought it w uld he the bi *t wxy ut of the dlffictihy Hist tile tm. cit i«-s lit.uld ai;.Un be> «i at the saute time. A Rrrnsnt Urdrml. LATKO. —ivemary Niotoe ri ituriiay afternoon, acting upon the ratoatniemlalloti of >uj»erinfxudent Porter, dirwtel a ra-count of th# iK'polati kfi of Ht. Paul and Minneapolis. T1m- rae.unt will he made a* early as possible, and It is balievad will consume- a week. CAPITAL NOTES ANO GOSSIP. Power el the Parmer*' Alliance. Wa*mi*otow OTT. July vt -('on rra-s man Stewart, of Georgia, the find in that state to go dow u before the storm craal* d by the Purine,s', has ivr ii meal to WaahingHm lls says th* a!lian« I# something akin to the old Know X 'thing party, ilia I .eat fruit.I*—n*en who WI l!y Julius ail his es hun that they felt obliged to suburb ast# everything to their ootlia to stand tqr alliance ran.lidnux N' thing, he say*, has approach.-I it in the matter <«f cf<m{>l*-te equq.ptnei.t; ma j-veti til# old Know-Nothing party it~if He. ti.inks that Congra»sutra (iritn •*, Cie meat*. Ba mea aud Loafer will all have trouble to retain t>.«ir seats, and thai si ban ca men will sue. *vd Candler aud Carleton, who have drciiu««l r.--«i*ctioa. Dorsey <& Mann 3X0 Belle street. IC WI ARR ACKNOWLEDGED THE simplest, Most Lasting and Economical - REMAINS— U: C longed through Years VU HHT don't bp guilt <1 • «?lnif t xpprlmcntMl stoyp*. • I,W) Bu** Im Map iu oup1 fins s mu, SIA Belle at. REDUCTION SALE —OF SOMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MADE to ohdeh. PEBFECT FIT HD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AT BRUEGGEMAN BRO's (Successor to A. Brueggeman.) Artiste Tailoring Mid Gont'i Furniiking Good* Emporium, 221 rituui Htroet. They Blaw Oat th* Cia*. Trento*, N. J., July ai-A bride aud groom, registering aa Bl B. Yawger and wife, of White Horae, N. J., came to th# American bouse and took the bridal chamber They lighted two jets. aud It la att pi wised afterward blew out the goo $ut*MH|neatly the clerk dUeovtrred that gas waa escaping With great difficulty the pair were aroused when almost asphyxiated and the gas turned out. Th* room was rn full of the deadly vapor that they could not have survived much longer. Rilled Is a Runaway An Lieut. Dkn VI it, Col cl. July aw -While Mrs L* Leith aud Mr* T. H. Conklin were driving in a buggy, the hora# took flight and ran aw ay and dashed the buggy over on lh* hard pav.-ment, throwing out both of the lari ie* Mrs I jet th fell on her bead ami was almost instantly killed. Mrs. Conklin had her right arm braked Mrs. Leith wan tbs wife of IJeut. ladth of the United Blate* navy. Her remains were shipped to her relatives in Wichita, Ka*. Tile $farw*>gt*a R irk 1.1 •>>.I Missing. Phh iok! rnia, I** . July it- Th# Xor-w egis ii bark Lloyd. ( *!••    (fix*!., sailed from th.* port of (luatttanaiun, ou the aouth • Ie of Cuba June 14, bound to this port, with a t raw of fxurG-en men aud 4,-|UU bagful sugar, aud ha# never ,nincc been card from Vessels hav left aa much a* tweuty days arter want and ai rived at their deeituirtioua, but no tidings noelvwl frow th* craft It Meath of "tissUy*#** Pallier. T« >1X1*0, Ohio, July a. —Nath SU lei R lxake, th* veuerabic father of th* lata I). K Licks, I vt ter known aa “Petroleum V. Naaby," died bere Friday at the advartceil J age of if? year*. He waa a native of Doer-field, Mas*, in !».ih, and served in the war of lain. He had Gen a sealoua and eon-Bistent meuilier of the Methodist church •m.e his 15sIt year, and waa probably Hie oldest Methodist In the Unit-d Sutra, He wa* an old time abolitionist, one of the foil ti' Ic re of tim Republic#* party iu la&d, aud all hi* life an adv « st# of prohibit iou. He was mat rte I tlire* ti tues, th* last wife surviving bim. Hswlh uf sn OI.Iu Democrat. COLI7VHI *. O, July Friday after B's at UvorR# W Meeker, st erat ary of tim Ohio state Democratic executive commit-ta* died at Marysville Mr Meeker was for many yearn exnaected with the Ohio prase, and was tho author of several literary .md biographical work*. Ret ti rued    Wark. St w York, July -* The ort vers la the employ of the street eiea'dng department all return# I to work Friday, an amicable arrangement lot virtu las-:, arrived at btt*MN) lli'tti A’d Com mis-iofier Beattie. wswra. a*, rara,: ra..-r. ra.. The Rev** I* Not fur liwle. DlKVHk July > — Col John Arkius, prasid.uit of Tow ll ky Mount ids News coin{ any, dct.i rn that the paper ha* been Said to a b»oal#y ndl'ot* for f.uo t»» Mr. ArkiUH axis Th* New* is not for sate. PtMwittg MtP Mw meg. Minn., July -Johuaou R HudI’s pbtumg mill wa* buru.-d Saturday morning Jo** at lanai t~kOU), (BuatIy ami stock aud lumbar. A t'srsrsbl* Mepttrt Ordered, i VV AAH I NOT" V (’ITV, July fT —The house j committee nu banking aud currency have I ordered a favorable report oa the Mil in trod need in the bouse by Mr. Dbrwry t f ; Nebraska, f»*r the ratirameat of Nalhwial hank circulation The committee adopt* as it* report on tile bill a letter from th* comptroller of the currency to Senator 8 herman abow It4 Hi# aumtwr of Not ion ai bauk*, their capital rixek. boaJ* aa de pelt, etc . and alao eieariy and conc lady sutumarixiag the att'aatSKei that will he gained by the ( aMwgr of Hi* MIL England Popular st Knwtlliar. Li'tDox. July JIA—Private advice# from Zauxibar state that ail the fort inners (tiers except the Germans welcome the establishment of a British protectorate. They ara certain th#> <♦ - ll ,IW; iacrir.-k-commerce of the place. TK. English ar* pointier there white the Germ*** frighten the Africans, offend the oilier European*, and torroriae th# Aral* The German residents are JtsaiqKdnled at th* eatablbh-merit ut th* British protectorate The May ta C'eagrrsa. WaNIINOTUM (’ITV, J aly J* —The house Haturday adopted a resolution honking to the itivratigatlnn of rhargrw against iVn aion (Yunmissiouer Ha urn. Th* bouse then went into aomoiii toe of the whole •« the Nenate a roe od in tits to the auodry civil aoprtqkriBlioa Mil After rout iue buslnee i the senate ra laiuei uo*»id«T*tiou ut the tariff MIL A. J. HOWELL I IKA LER IN CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Sic. OIL Our Prices WILL BK FOUND LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles- 7 / V Than in OUK AT Busmen* &KY ri^v-p1*0#*1 10 A1i°,n‘, Id    of    tho EX TKNT of our NALES w* bit enabicd to tin on a VERY CLONK .MARGIN and it !• off oiled fact that w« hand la by far a nu- Mo*# Hell Graalp rutVKl.AVD, Ohio, Inly At Th* Cleve land League Bal! dub officials baa race! ved a tel.-gram from a New York World man, who fat rapr-e-tiling the Players’ league, saying that th* latter would agree to change the names of their dubs an ! respect leagU" eon tract j if t lie league would play exhibition games with the brotherhood Belt fall lf the league would But agree to this, 1 he inquirer J -ired to know what term* they would sn gee* for a compromise The L'lrvdaud league poop)* Lav* replied that they will n<4 agree to a compromise of any kind whatever. t'arpealer* May Htrtka. ('H ic-loo, July SR—The situation among the carpenter# hi unchanged. Th* new bos-ee have asked to be releaa« I from paying J7‘f rant* an hour after August, to which the 1 ’arpent##*’ council ha* rd used 1 tx make reply, having revolted to wait i UBI ii the date 11 aux-L and then if th* I I iataaes do not graat the increase, to strike j lite uew feature of the ens* is that if th* 5tUflo carpenters In th* employ of th# new boss#* strike the J,Sou in th# employ of the old bosses will do likewise, aud the two forces will Ho I aa UC* Raw at a Birthday Tarty, Hk DA Ll a, Mo.. July «-A birthday party in East Sedalia, at which beer flowed freely, ended ‘ (.wet fight, due. ing «bkh md- ut in* dei pants was fatally stabbed, Daui<. Sexily, agral HO, I who was being kicked and [koundwl by Martin Crain draw a knife ami nab ira I him three times, 00# is th* right side, otto*- ob tbs left ai in, aud a third tim* in th* beek Just bn the mr of th# heart oavlty. Sally wa* held iii ffiuuu bonds to j await the result of th* injur,#.* LARGER (QUANTITIES OF GOODS' THAN ANY OTHKR HOUSH IN THK CITY.  _____4 STRING SUITS. \\ I bib now receiving a Ib^b Bod vaned stock of CkMh*. in nil th# prevailing abadet. for Spring Suita, which I urn prepared to make up in ti Most Fasliionablel Stvles, GUARANTKKING I Perfect Fit, Reasonable Rates Complete and Satisfaction. H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st. . V ' -tr •Si* ■iwj. ■ se  ---•    kilt    Vrari this couutrv tllMMik • ra-A WW %/%S, - -SC Cill itl'j ;