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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME FRIDAY DECEMBER RIGHT TO THE FRONT Ahead ofj all sorted stock of we plnco our COMPLETE and well as COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT SPLENDID IN QUALITY OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS GOLD IiCN for Sold everywtiorV rorEno Holiday Gift Juvoiillo Hooks ur tlno PEN Our DOLLS DOLLS DOLL BCtiGIES We offer tlio linst quality full foods at Lowest In Jol n dressed kid body and musical jjont tall to see tins Iatont Swinging and Slioofly hors Wash Tea and Din ner Buck and Tool Magic Tin Toy Wheel Harrows Tov Desks and Tn Carts and Ex press Toy Toy Mu sical XMAS TRfEE Ilush Garland Jlipor Glass Candle free i id some forty or tore different do us of ireo or WFANCY AND ILUSH wo handle no Auto Work Stands and 1lcturu Childs Jirusli and Comb Dressing Manicure Shaving Innint Trnvo ers Dressing Col lar and Cuff Cigar Horn Goods Ierfiinio Shell XHIAS AND YJBAR8 most complete and elegant Ine over shown In anil at 1rlces that will mako competition Call and see or of all kinds Including tho popular cesl sto Music Box es playing 3 6 and 8 Violin and Guitar Hamonlc Prayer 1ictureuookd Schools Sup Tissue Papers B 1 shades Im a n d A merry Xmas oncfi again And you have one and If you will look over our And heed our urgent For all thats fine in the Holiday sooner or later discover Can be had by one and all If you look our stock Parch gigSelect your HOLI DAY GOODS now Dont wait till tli last moment and remem ber wo will lay aside lor Uure llvory any goods now s 101 and 103 Third and Piasa Merry IsTICE PERFUMES FROM lOo Sacliet Mir Fine AT MARSHS DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to We can show you Something New as often as you call in Rag or I3XT Dado or TINT Fur Body Brussels Art Luco or For Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see tho Newosfc and Finest In House The Easiest way to see them IB to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL FALL I AM NOW 11KAUV TO FtJUNJSH KVKUY MAN IS ALTOX WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF lim118 IBBUCOTBO ICHlKOIALLV FOB MADB IN T111C MOST HTVUSH AND o At Figures that will Please GK ALL A Frightful Tragedy Committed at A WrnUliy Unitrcit His Wlfo mill GriHKlsoii Found Inrt at tho Affair Nut the of n Hinoolh lit Mur lTor flniiffliifivil to Binco tlio celebrated raid by tlio Youngor brothers on tlio neighboring town of Northfleld has there buen HO much excite as over the discovery Wednesday of a triple to tho author of which there is not the slightest John Spearman wns a wealthy retired living with his wife and George aged in a hoxtso in a part of Young Hussell had been a regular attendant at and his fail ure to appear since Monday excited the ill Utitiou of his who induced two neighbors to enter the house They proceeded finding the front door A Horrible Upon the parlor floor lay the body of Spearman with the head crushed and several fatal wounds on her Her hands were rigidly fastened upon the rug and blood was spattered about the In a rocking chair in the sitting next was tho body of Spearman with head thrown back and month stone but with no mark of Proceeding the searchers found the body of youna Russell lying in his neatly covered No signs of a struggle nor marks of violence were but the boy was The approach of the searchers frightened away a troop of which had mutilated the bodies about the extremi No Ilobbnry All of the victims had been dead some The coroner is absent at and until his return nothing will be done by the officials beyond searching the There is not the slightest clue to the A considerable sum of money was found in the pocket of and more was discovered in a writing desk near Nothing about the in the way of silverware or other had been and robbery was cer tainly not the object of the Detec tives from Paul have been summoned to ferret out the A VERY SMOOTH He Visits HID Resilience of Ills Victims In u alias William has been arrested here for His operations were confined to the elite of Summit and liis mode of operations was very styl In a fine rig he would drive to the door of a pretentious mansion and ring the If answered ho made a plausible excuse and drove If unanswered he quietly walked in and helped himself if any resident returned home before he got out his carriage outside afforded him a multitude of plausible things to and before the truth was known he was safely out of the Detectives Daly and Horan unravelled his scheme and took him in Wednesday They have a num ber of cases against him and he will come up for trial in the municipal The detectives found out that Moore hails from Chicago and is an old time crook of the most ingenious and dangerous Sentenced to now looks as if the murder of David the Omaha traveling in Allen in this Juno 23 would be fully William one of Fords accom was given a sentence of life impris onment in and Wednesday evening the jury condemned Ford to The verdict was received with a murmur of The coolness of tho prisoner was the wonder of Ho never blanched or but smiled blandly during the polling of the jury and the motion of the defense for a now This is the first conviction of murder in this county for over thirty 1robnbly Gone to of the firm of Albrecht furniture 57 West Pearson and it is charged that he has taken with him about in cash and He left tho factory telling tho fore man he was going to the bank to draw money with which to pay the it had not received any wages for nearly three This was tho last seen of For the last fortnight he has been disposing of his stock at a low it is mul in nearly ovary case ho col lected on Ho also collected a large number of outstanding Trampled II In Unemy to a desperate character of this went to tho homo of his John Tuesday calling him provoked a the two being old Handall knocked Gibber down and trampled him to death under his crushing skull and otherwise mutilat ing him A body of Atwood men looked for the murderer Tuesday with the intention of lynching but ho could not bo lie the Stutii of WKST ble excitement prevails at a small village near Some time ago u man near this town shot and killed the who was trying to place him un der Tho murderer ovcaped to Ills behind which Is a Urge In which hit Is armed to tlio teeth and boasting that there are not men enough in the state to capture NO 166 PALE FACES HEMMED Plftncn Men Henlcyiil on Spring At tlio dlspntch from Rapids timed says A courier just In has aroused tho He brings the that fifteen men are be sieged by ths Indians on Spring crcnk nt Dalys Three attempts have Iwnn made by the hostlles to fire the one of which was nearly One of tho besieged is the aide do camp to the governor of the The courier had to fight his way through tho firing both pistols right and Carr has sent Tupper with 100 men to tho rescue if the Indians are en countered by tho major and his short work will be made of as Tup per is determined One A special from the camp of the Sixth cavalry on the Cheyenne river via Hapld Tho troops here were joined early Thursday morning by Parrys Scout Gusi Craven reports that aIarge number of Indians were seen in a small creek near in the Shots were While some of the government wagons were crossing Spring they and the escort were attacked by about forty Indians and over 100 shots One soldier was wounded and another shot through the A troop of cavalry came to tlitir In the Indian Carr sent a troop of cavalry up into the Bad Lands to watch the movements of tho A signal wan established by which the troops were to be inforced in case of an They reported about seventy tepees being seen in the Indian stronghold and totally The only known outlet of escape for these In dians is a trail which goes to Cottonwood across the road from Rapid Creek to Wounded crossing the Cottonwood tefore it crosses Bad to near tho iiigh space occupied by tho This pass will be closed by a large body of iroops of the Sixth Funeral of Indian FOUT Funeral of the five policemen who gave up their lives so heroically Monday took place nt the agency Wed nesday The full military force of the fort was on hand and a regular military funeral was It was very Four were buried in the Jatholic cemetery and the Little being a will be interred ou Grand Sitting Bulls body was aid away iu the graveyard with few A CLASH OF After u a tough character of a village nuar Tuesday night assaulted and brutally murdered John a rullnmd against whom IlnuduII hud a A lynching party formed to hang tho but ho eluded his puriniLrii ami A Murderer Hoyt who murdercd wlfu by pimhlng bur over a cliff nt Niagara 1iilltt In July was at oclock Thursday Tim uoiulumnid man walked to the scaffold llnnly and with n on his JIU death Lively Session of the Nebraska Farmers Alliance nt session of the state Farmers Alliance was somewhat stormy as the Van Wyck and Burrows factions clashed quite The following officers were elected John of litehcock contestant for the of ico of governor vice of Box Butto county secretary and of Lan caster Executive of Gage county Allen of Douglass county of CMS county of Ouster county of Adams It is under stood that four of the members of this committee arc antiBurrows First Blood for Van In the afternoon exSenator Van after a number of efforts to be recognized by the offered a resolution declaring tho sense of tho Alliance to be that all gold contracts should be abrogated and that greenbacks and national bank notes should make a legal tender for all public and President Powers and Van Wyck clashed a number of Powers sent the sergeantatarms to put him but Van Wyck showed flght and the officer did not touch Powers threatened the but Van defied After a long and acrimonious discussion the resolution was put and went through with a First blood was therefore awarded to Van MINNESOTA SWAMP An Important Decision Handed Down by tho Supremo supremo court Wednesday afternoon handed down one of the important decisions in this It related to tho celebrated swamp lands and it assured to tho Duluth and Iron Hango road the title to between and acres of land in the northern part of tho The title of the suit Is the Minneapolis and Cloud the Duluth and Win the Duluth and Iron iiitorveupr and Tho judgment of tho lower court Is Tho tract iu question extends for ton miles ou either side of tho Iron Kango The Minneapolis and Cloud road is one of the original companies now a part of the Groat Northern Chicago Banking House Deep in FORCED TO MAKE AN itw of Mm Hanks Condi tion Kcfnilts In n Drain of Jle jioolts and Finally sin Hank Ffllliire of FiirmerN In Illinois mid banking and brokerage house of Kenn 100 Washiiijton been assailed by those with whom it has had recent deal ings and has The trouble cul minated Wednesday In a suit commenced upon n with serious charges alleged by a Chicago banker to force its What Attorney Kmmell The liabilities arc estimated at It is said that tho assets will not amount to over one fourth of tho attorney for said Thursday morning that there hud been a steady a tho bank since the first day of the present when suspicious reports of Hie banks condition first began to be circulated among the de Two hundred thousand dollars in Kouuell had been with drawn from tho bunk in fourteen and that amount in these times of tight he is no insignificant sum Turned Over All His In making the assignment Kean turned over every bit of tangible property he including his home and all property here and In the lan guage of his he he came down town Thursday morning with In his he has in the Benja min the took posses sion of the bunk Thursday He hopes to put the bank on its feet again by eiVecting a He declines to see the banks No other lo cal bank is affected by tho and tho presidents of nil the national banks agree that monetary matters in this city are in an excellent The Famous Soft GOAL de livered at five minutes notice in any ot the Burns to a Clear Gray no Clink era or Best Soft Coal in the HARD COAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality BUY BEFORE THE BIG 310 Belle TELEPHONE 84 AJSJD Im t of n Itulhvuy Swept FiveMila Beach which ruim from Capo May Court lloiitto to has beon washed away for H diHtance of tlireo anil oimhulf tlio track buing piled up iigaliittt tile tekKiiipli Commu iiicatiuu with AiiKlusiH only be had by nuiuis of At Sou Islu City consiilur iliinmuu The railroad from that point to Occau which runs along tlio was bad ly HH is alno the ruiid to WiMliouU arommifr and It will bu several weekH buforo communication with thuiw iu fully Tlio britlgn itoromi tho TowiiHimil inluts jind CorHonH Inlit are ruportod dam Mulfonl Not who glint herself at homo iu the Charlo volx flats nt Ohio and Hunh WUH living but Iu a precarious ThephytilctailH wild t hut Mulford had a elmneoof ruciivury provided Inflammation did not set Ill health lind tho feur that Hhe WUH about to beeome liinuiic was what cauxod tlio attempt at Intuk Colllai Awulu the ouci brilliant ban for tho third time and IH now ut the homo of hilent and He remains and talkx Hull no liiiur and ban no violent allliuiiiili bo inanifeHts ut the vihilH of m WIIH ion VCUIK died of old ago TIKIS diiy at nuar Utowell this Iu the Itotu ot her A Falls Hank In SPOKANI doors of thu Spokuue Falls National one of tho largest institutioiiR in ho were not opened Wednesday For nearly a year it has been mown among bunkers that the bank was u financial and more than ouce other banks have helped it Will the lave been made to reopen the Huron Na tiouu which failed and pay nil depositors desiring their Bankers in Sioux and other places have telegraphed volunteering aud urging the bank to resume OTHER BUSINESS to lit FORT lo cal agent of tho Champion Harvester com pany iu this territory has been requested by the company to forward bis resigna tion at The reason given for this wholesale decapitation is that the Ameri can Harvesting the new will hereafter transact all business of the To some of the older and most trusted agents it was intimated that the trust might offer them situations As this course will bo followed by the other companies of the hundreds of men will thus lind themselves out of a situation in this Failure of an extensive farmer and stock and one of tho largest land owners In Shelby has Liabilities about assets about Op tion dealing and the failure of the where lie had largo were the causes of his a prominent farmer and grain dealer of Warriors this bos made an assignment for the btuellt of his creditors to Samuel Liabilities assets Mado un agents of the Atlantic have made un assignment to Charles Mer Liabilities arc but the mills will continue to run as usual under tlio management of Stephen Me The assignee refuses to give any The which is no doubt about 18 confined to a few who will be able to stand tho ho FORT late proprietor of the big Dos Moines oatmeal has telegraphed his resignation to tho secretary of tho Nation al Oatmeal Heath has been a member of the trust for ten He is low erecting a largo oatmeal mill It will have a capacity of tOO barrels a ind will bo operated independently of tho WaKiH Itodtiretl by 1oor NEW mule spinners and ten back boys an the Aciishuet mills left and at at open uir meeting appointed a committee to on the mill The rouble IH Mild to bo tho use of poor whldi reduces If no satisfaction can be obtained the mailer will placed in the hands of the local branches of tho ners Nllk NliW Wenlgo cilk manufacturers at Collego have confCHKed judgment for 808 Iu favor of William Opeiihayme Importers of this who have been theif commission It is said hut thw liabilities iiru about lind nominal nitseU in excess of that NwIUilimiui on the Union Paelllc nt went out on strike and the only trains moving are the It is believed hwro that tho movement is In sympathy with tho strikers at and will prob ttbly bo general over the entire MruiU IolroltMim In has been nt ruck in an arUslan well here a depth of 810 feet und Is flowing Iu ooubiderublo The well wan be ing for GOING OUT Now is the time for Bargains CHRISTMiS PRESENTS AT HALF PRICE CIIJXA AND BISQUE VASES PLUSH For Christmas at HI SKATE BARNEY NUMBER T Pitts 315 Belle Now is the time to get Barging in Plush Cloaks BEADY FOK THE HOLIDAYS Come and ji ee In Violins J And their Domestic and Standard Sewing Scwinji Muuhine Needles tint Hqmirs of till Hlver and Steel Spectacles to Suit WaUlieH UIK Jewelry THI AND DniMjI Duly l lor CAIoiMKri Glut ulliur L In pMKboird pink 4 IM mi tfiA   

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