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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                VOLUME FRIDAY OCTOBER BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY Put up in 10 sheets of our best with to Only 10c per En Also quire containing S4 Sheets of Paper and 24 Envelopes Only 25c per Thee Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar C R E A P E A T P R I JH BO I R I 8 H BON ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they are aonsiderable less in price than you have been consistent with 101 and 103 Third To Relieve a Cough get Throat or Syrup Tar and or White Pine or Any Medecine You at EtSHS DRUG STORK Double Murder by Two Ws consin AN OLD MAN BRUTALLY Illltorato and Blacks of n Goorgln County Engage In H Deadly Quar Appealed to tar Mlohlgitn Skull Crushed nnd Filled with deuce to Son the Perpe Ga n German shot and killed his wife here Wednesday and then com mitted Domestic Infelicity is the Both were over 60 years of age and leave eight u young farmer living near Kewaunee quarreled with his a bride of a few in Kard to tbe quantity of potatoes they should put In for tbe Luder meyer grew Insanely angry at his young helpmeet and seizing his rifle shot her dead as the run from the Luder meyer then put the muzzle of the weapon to his head and blew bU bralna FOULLY A Oltlten Beaten to Death with an Iron 8 oclock Wednes day night Michael the baggage man at the depot of tbe Chicago and Northwestern was beaten to death by three unknown men and robbed of money and notes aggregating Of this amount over was in Brezell had lived In Denplaines for thirty eight At oclock Bre Mil fin ished his duties at the station and started for He but a short distance from the station on Miner street In a two story frame Buck of the house at least 600 feet from fronting on Des plaines is the barn in which the old man was It is a twostory and is not entirely completed Brezeil ate bis supper and started out to tbe barn to finish laying a Struflk on the Buck of the As Brezell bent over to drive a nail be was struck on the back of the head with a coupling pin in tbe bands of a man who was iuside the At tbe same moment another rushed to the assistance of his companion and tbe man outside also came Into the burn closing door behind A terrible struggle Urezell was stunned by but being a man of tremendous physical power and instantly realizing that bin money ami life Bought by his asmJl turned to dufond efforts ware Agala and again the iron was used striking him squarely on brad eich until he ftll to ths floor dead The walls were with blood and on the floor little pools of the fluid showed the desperate Of bt had made for his The assitsstni have not been THEY HELPED Crmaders Gamp In no Original of the local Womans Christian Temper anile union adopted a but wholly tnoffectlvo method Wadnatday of olostbg up the original package house of Henry who recommenced business when the announcement wits of the noted original package The local Womans Christian Temperance un ion appointed if committee with unlim ited authority to take whatever steps they considered advlsiible and effective to close the The committee was composed of twelve headed by Mrs state They went In a bodjp to the saloon early in tho morning nnd attempted to persijade Fritzel to his Ho nnd then the indies nnnounced their In tention ofstnylng all and making hourly appeals to him to stop bis busi Sold His Whole hen It became known that the women were trying to close the plnoe a great crowd was The supply of orlg puckitgbs held out not quite an hour but the crowd thronged the place all inch hour the who had brought heir and hymnals with wild a brief prayermeeting and pleaded ivlih proprietor of the saloon to close he pliice Fritzed was al hough be had uold every drop of original package ho refused to The women remained all and did not ease their labors until p They say hat they will continue their crusade un til tbey persuade to quit busi SPII1I1S DAILY A Looking Backward Colony in FOUNDED BY OLIVE PUT A BULLET IN HIS A Cowninptlvu Tired of Dying a Llnger liifc of dying a Hngeriug a young sputa bullet his The suicide occurred at the residence of Eatons tho young man living aoout two boura after firing the For the pant four or five years Eaton bad boon suffering from consump and It was only u question few d iyaat the most wheu death have Said Was Oiit of Shortly after 0 oYlocu Weduendny even ing he called bin fmber to get him adrliik of and while iiU purlin wus ab from the out of and tfoiug a tocjk out u 88 caliber re fired one uliot tlirougli the lluur to uHcBjtaiu it the piaKjl was in gooJ work ug and then turned the muz towMrd his heart uuti pulled tbe brig heuruix the haat imsd buck young man full over oti tu the 1 U U father asked h I m why be had done thin und replied I dout know I guaiu I wiu oui of my mind RETAIL DEALER IN AGENT FOR AJSTHEtJBERS BOTTLED Goods delivered to any part of the city free of Southeast cor ner of Belle and Fourth Raibles old Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Fall Novelties in WOOL and DRESS BLACK UNDERWEAR and SUITS Made to Order at HonsonuMo Perfect Pit and Satisfaction ut BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors and AN APPEAL FOR A Georgia Countys Illiterate Whites and Blanks In a Oot Gor don Wednesday night reosiveVl an appeal for troops from MM of Ouffea who telegraphed tbe negroes were uhootieg down Xbo scone Is twenty miles from the nearest telegraph and sro particulars were NogroM a large portion of the population of Coffee and tbe connby has been thsBoane of several race Much of territory U covered wlttrdanse pine far es tbe working of which turpentine employs large numbers of both whites and These an very Illiterate and there is much race whieh fre quently leads to Rioters Led by a White the county is a small village of tbe most primitive The population of the county is enly a few Word was received from Way midnight the rioters were led by a white man narusd R who operates a turpentine still He haVl a dispute about some land with Thomas and while attempting to gain pos session Seers shot one of the negroes and later wtth a gang of men attacked Varnas The negroes then re solved on retaliation and shot three men The negroes are described by he messenger who brought the nawa to Way Cross as being TO HIS A Michigan Farmer Found Uuad In Ills M of most horrible murder ever committed In the Thumb was received hare Wednea day Wednesday morning tbe body of William Swador of Adams Cor ners was found In his barnyard with his head full ef tbe skull and other terrible marks of Evi donee pnluts to bis sou as the perpetra and he was arrested and lodged ia the Huron oonnty Jail at Bad Axe to await trial at the next term of the oir ou4t An attributed cause of the orline is tbe The son bad ao Idea that a portion of the property would be come his should the old man die without a and In no other Tho victim of his childs brutality a family of nine Assaulted a Pretty NHW Thomas aged was held for trial by Judge charged with assaulting MUi Johanna a pretty girl ol 17 who lives at 170 Redmond Roach met the girl on Tbroop avenue Tuesday forced her into a deserted elub and kept her prisoner for seven The girl reached her borne at 4 oclock In the morning In n hnlfiimnj condition and fell fainting into the arms of her who Iia1 become half din st rue tod over her daughters It was aevural hours bqfaru the girl could give the inforum inn nevuiwnry to rause arrest of The luther went bunting for Hunch with a und kill JiU Juugliturs RHEUMATISUJDNEY UyE Klllod a Freight iii Charted Tay tt Chicago and K freight Ml from I ruin at and was run over and killed Wednesday I I on Uwu Ut ike vVsvttpiey uttornty convicted a year ago IH the Blatk Hawk county court of the murder of a Klngsley and sentenced to ihe pftjittentlaif fop wap broaght before JudgeNey in this city Tuesday night OB a writ af habeas JudgevKey admitted Win to bail U the sum of to appear before Judge Jeuehain at and he was released on his recognizance ID view of the iteoisluH of the mpreine court re versing tba finding of tha lower It U almost certain that tba oase will be when called up in aane and that BUllBgs is now a frae of celebrated case has com Bretner oomity Would Be Much Safer Pomeroyj has made another attempt to escape frqpi the state prison at He in setltary and had succeeded m sawing off flva bolta from bis anjhsjd removed angle iron which protected tba Ha had granted the of a saw and other toqla to manufsxKure tin for whloh he has been trying to get a buf had nwd t he tools a portion of the time for a far different rim Architects In WASHINGTON twen tyfourth aiiuunl convention of tba Amer ican Institute of Archlteots began Wedues day afternoon at the Arlington hotel The session was devoted ebiefly to pre liminary District Commission er Douglass delivered an address of i wel come and president of tbe responded on after wbloh reports from the board of the and several cbuptarn were All American Consul In is reported that the consul of tho United Slates to while journeying to bis post publicly commented on the conduct of Austrian and the government has thereby been It is said that tbe government of AustriaHungary will withhold Blacks exequatour pending satisfactory explanations of tbe consuls It Is possible but tbe govern meut may absolutely refuse to Issue the Serious Charges Against Imjlgna lion here over the alleged discovery of an organized scheme to debauch little Tuesday a member ef the polloa forw named Bull was dismissed for belng and Wednesday evening fhomaa Patterson was arrested on a like Pattenon Is a married man well known iu und church cir He was held In for ex amination Jto says the affair is one of Father Humphrey Charged with Father who IIUH for many yearn been actively eugagod In the work of nmellor ttiug the condition of tho tenant class and wfco was made a defendant In tba con piracy case now lo course of trial was Thursday Arrested charged with bar ng assaulted tbe wife at a rftihar Humphrey was by tue oivrt to pay a dm at or go to Jail for Ix with Purloin on H small yacht whloh eft Knll K vur Junt before Che storm of ust Friday Is bvliiivuil to have bean lost tlio nix u bonril The flub til ouciw reports nit on Aloud iy nfii IIODII two of her uiimud Iuiuly nud Albert were wixhu I cjvirliounl and drowned during a uon Insist The Wiimun at tha of the Scheme ttlll Duvole u Korlimo lo Making It a Ion of the Qrvnt Hunch Where llm Cuniniunl ty Will ami Children on an BAN Olive Wushburns looking Backward colony Is the sole topic of conversation among the Nationalists of this city and several have already oillud upon friends of the founder for further An intimate acquaintance of tbe lady Hives further Interesting details of the For many he Wftsh burns spiritual advlaerii hare been coun seling her to devote her fortune time to Just such u but the plnn she ought to pursue has never been quite clear to When Bellamys Looking appeared her Uknl was ant forth aud the spirits told her to The property of herself and hus band was partly community consisting of the ranch nenr San tbe homestead other real esiate in this and a large sum iu Tho Banoh Feet Above Son Washburn at different times wanted to sell the but she objected because she had a feeling that she would want it for the purpose it is now about to be used When the call came Washburu miide an agreement wkh her husband by whloh she to him all per Interests In the community property aside from the homestead on Howard and about wulle be RIIVU her the sole ownorxhip of Then she began her preparations her grand Ths r nt un elovuMon of feot ibove Bud comists partly of meadow and partly of all under high Over 100acres are planted in fifty acres In fruit twenty acres In nuts and a large amount of grain and Ivralve which flow the year keep the ranch given UIK truth and supply two luiueuse Csh pofciU ID which tbousandB edible flnli are bred every A large uunuherof and cows for tbe usw of tbe colouKts al ready on the andibw of manufactories Is betng punbud Hotel for Truvulers and To shelter tba colooUta ur Hio com Ingwinter one large or twentyfiveto thirty bed general IB ng your cottuifav fyr ias wiU be At praeoot six families on tha grouuiU anil aUwrt are expected to follow Nvxtifrar here will oluo be built a Inm aa4 hotel for travvUm and The from thane wftl devoted to Improving the Wash burna intention in to as aearly all the necessaries Ufa within tbe coafijics af so that tkt oelonlate need net go anislda fer any Creameries ami ef tha kind will be inaugu tberavanuaof wfaiua will be da voted to the good of tba 00 mm A poatofflos has been for alij a school bouae be nbe children the van All All The colonlato will be famished with maols at the howl cents aaelt and travelers at 95 Kone at the money of the eutsMe world be by the except that walea in re for ita products and qntln Us VilA system of acHrt be established and tbe will paid in Bach oaa will have Kb mr bar sjlstud acoordlug to and will be paid so much an hour In A gonaral 4apoi wijl be and here the eolonrste will trade for things that they women and children will be on a basis of If n child picks as much fruit in un hour s tnnn will re cetre as inncb psy for J be form of of onluay Is a bat I UIBI In haMtaot of the otunaiuriHy will havu n vote in the selection or and that a beard of trustees will be Iu charge of ilia Wasbbnrn wants to plate the colony In n position to support uud then let it look out for She U heart and soul In the anil Bpond her antiro fortune If nallouaitstA from alt over Hie coast and from the east will be present at tbe Tliu Looninotlvu Inter AuxiHary to tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Englnroni Wodnuo lay elected tho following graud Worthy grand of raeleeted worthy grand secre Harry Logans reelcoled worthy grand worthy Inilailol worthy grand vuw Jerseyj worthy untml Tlie delcgntos to tho Brotherhood con vo ml mi vblloil tinshop M nt A toona by of tho Peunxyl vanin Railway DnlvxrinlUt Natlnnal nation al conference of the church lieKin its Moufflons WednoHiliiy The John of Bos siild that the convention was not called for OfcleMnnilrnl mir for financial but tbe discussion of relative to morals and education by prominent clergymen and laymen of ihu The flay by tho lunllng and discus sion of Tlwjr Will Take Iart iTi tho KixsAs Polk an J the alj well known claim to bo thejuear ev heirs of fluoocler of thn will take leading in themnu for the recovery of 804 000 acres 1 n I n western IVniiNylvajiln mid granted vo HulMrt Morrin und cluiided now by antiouuna nviut IN iniiilr of Uiu approiiohliig be trot bill til Inncii of Aadet tu the in Victoria of The Famous Soft COAL de livered at five minutes notice in any ol the Burns fo a Clear Gray 110 Clink ers or Best Soft Coal tii the HARD COAX In all Quality BEFORE THE Bit 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 k THE FOB BURNINGr COKB OB Combined Goai and Wood Cooking IStoTi IT HAS KVKRV And Ollcliy and DnruDlllty tftsWiSnt Stove Ifessffi FALL GOODS AMOTIUR lot 0V WORCESTER JUST FOE ITS That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever orotKbt We can show ou Something New as often you call Rag or Body Brussola Art Dado or Lucoor Pur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa like to RUO tlio NowuBt and Finest in House wuy ti soe thorn ia to Call frequently at oar whether you wish lo Imy or HOWELL Radiant rilH MUST IIAHO XAL conn sTovr ruJI HVUIvH TttAMsV H tot aud 108 8BQ9NPiff   

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