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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY VOLUME MONDAY DECEMBER NO 172 Blank Day Cash etc nil aizes and styles of bin Just an entirely new and well of We handle only the Leviscn aud arenon Frost does not injure these They have no luks are especially adapted for use in Stylographic and Fountain IP O 33L We carry in stock Eslcrbrooks and Gillotts the only good For a Gold Pen there id none superior to the Johnson Pen of which we liuve a assorted stock of all The same with or without pearl Writing If in need of anything in this you should examine our large and complete assortment Imported and and Flower At 8 A Third and Piasa Merry ISTICE PERFUMES FROM lOo Sachet Fine Fine AT S DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ITS NO That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to can show you Something New as often as you call in Rag or Body Brussels Art Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa you wish to buy or HOWELL iu SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES TUB MOST HTVU8H At that will Please IS TIREO OF Miles Thinks He Should Attack the STORY TOLD BY A HALF He Tlmt tlm Friendly Who Wunt to the Had to Induce tho HoHtllcs to lloturn Have Ileen Iut to In tho Story About Fountain Being Hemmed In by 600 I ml I A special from to The News says Things which a few days ago under tho policy of Gen teudud to a cessation of hos are just now the Carr received a telegram luto Friday night from Sumner that the Indians from Humps and IJig Foots whom lie had supposed to have held as had escaped and were heading for the Bad At daylight Carr and six troops pulled out from hero to intercept them or capture and destroy but so far no word has been received from the The Indians are still carrying on their depredations as aud are grow ing much having stolen three valu able horses and ten head of stock out of a corral Friday night at a rancho of a situated only ten miles from this camp on tho Cheyenne Only About 180 A halfbreed who came into camp and was says he left Pine Ridge agency a few days before the 500 friendly Indians left there for the Bad Lands to in duce their hostile brethren to come in and he declares the number of friendlies is greatly exaggerated and that they did not number over 150 in He says he was in one of the hostiles tepees outside of Pine River agency where a number of bucks were congregated and that tho squaws were crying and saying that Uiey would and commenced sing ing the death dance around He says there are at tho least calculation from 500 to COO warriors among all well and all declaring thut they would They also told him of u young In dian whom they put to death by tor ture a few days beioro because he came to try aud induce them to return to the Miles Tired of He says he knows this to be as the young Indian left Pine Ridge over a week ago for the Bad Lands stronghold aud has never He also says he en tertains great fears as to the friendlies who went as he is almost sure that the if not all of will be He says that they have on im mense stock of provisions and their strong hold is skillfully fortified and is almost He counted over 100 tepees on the side nearest tho Pine Ridge agency and sixtythree on the other He says that love nor money would not bring him near their stronghold again as ho is afraid that should they recognize him he would be killed who is in Rapid said Saturday that he was tired of fooling with those Indians and thought that the best thing to be done was to afr tack them without any further Fountain Not Hemmed By deuham and the Scout of Fountains command of the Eighth cav have arrived hero with They say that there is no truth in the story that tho command is hemmed in by 500 hostiles in tho Cave Up to Christmas morning Fountain had not been able to discover any truce of In but had learned that Sitting Bulls followers are on their way to the Pine Ridge and Cherry creek They also stated that stories about ranch men murdered and property destroyed by hostiles are also Think the Trouble In special from Pine Ridge to The WorldHerald says one battalion of the Seventh cavalry with two Hotchkiss guns and a pack train has Just lef5 for Wounded about thirty miles The Indian cauncil in the Bad Lands has decided in favor of the hostiles returning to the They arc now all on their way Perhaps fifteen or twenty may slip but tho authorities feel that the Indian war hua been Empowered to IJy WASHINGTON Alaska delegate from that terri tory to said Friday that if con gress did not think Alaska of enough im portance to give it all tho facilities and rights it had granted every other outlying settlement of the he was em powered to offer the sum of for the and would pay it over in gold pieces at tho shortest This of he was lleiil Ksliite Cornoriitlon In Win treasurer of the wellknown real es tate corporation known as the Stan leyWinston has applied to Judge HIIWOH for tho appointment of a re ceiver for the E tho president and largest is charged with appropriating and having wrecked tho company by wild and reckless speculation on tho Chicago stock American Economic WASHINGTON tho morning session of the American Kcouom ic association Saturday Professor Edward J James iviul a paper ou A Contribution to tho Theory of Railroad Tho paper was very generally dlscimsed by Professors Tattle aud Pa pers which were to bo read by Professors James and Ely were as their au thors were not Kurprlnuil thu Governor mid u dinner given Friday evening by Governor and Heaver to tho members of tho gov ernors the host and hostess wore Kiveu au agreeable surprise by the pres entation to thorn of an elegant silver tea service as u token of esteem and as a me morial of tholr tweutyUfth wadding anni ExSecretary Stone made the presentation Invmlon of the ChoroUoe WA8H1NDTON war depart meat has received no Information In 10 uard to tho reported coutt mphitwl in vasion of tho Cherokee 1 he depart ment commander has htamling Instruo tlonn to keep tho boumiTH out at all mid war department ollkern have uo Uouht that the will carry out tUelr Instructions to the THE KILLING OF doing to Hhow That Irby Did Nut Do United States SenatorElect Irby a murderer This question is being asked from one end of the country to the The story of the killing of in which Irby Is the conviction of Alfred Mo another and the acquit tal of Irby is an interesting The po litical enemies of tho senator elect have been rehashing tho old rumors of the oolonels but Irby has preferred to take no notice of The which caused HO much occurred in While Kilgore aud who were were on the public a young man came up and told Irby that a burly stone cutter had threat ened to whip Kilgoro immediately volunteered to take his The fellow arrived at that moment and proceeded to put his threat into Fired Their Ilntoln In Kilgore laid hold of him and threw him to tho The stone cutter jumped up and took to his Kilgore and in a spirit of fired their pistols up the On walking further up the street they mot Alfred McNiuch and John Bluckwell who were cursing tho scoun drels who had shot their Black well and Kilgore got into an altercation over the matter which involved a previous quarrel in which pistol firing took McNinch in exchanging shots fired three balls into Kilgores Irby and sev eral others rushed up and separated tho McNinch was convicted and sentenced to be Tho instant he was found guilty Irbys friends made him leave the Irby stayed a year in Edgefteld in Had Nothing to Do with When popular excitement had subsided he returned and stood his Never was a man more completely At i he trial the jury remained out thirty minutes and brought in a verdict of not A reporter visited McNinch Fri day and obtained from him the following taken in writing at his dicta tion Irby had no more to do with the killing of Kilgoro than vou All he did was to do what he could to keep me from being After tho fight was over he got me Kilgoro aud I got to aud one of us had to I killed him in I swore to thut on the Kilgore and Irby were good and they came there to After serving four years in the penitentiary McNinch was pardoned by Civil Service Commissioner then governor of the on account of good behavior and valuable services ren dered to tho penitentiary What Will Done with tho Freemans Journal says that communications have passed between William OBrien and Timothy which have resulted in an arrangement whereby the money now in tho hands tho Na tional organization are to be devoted to the maintenance of the tenants on the plan of campaign as well as other tenants in charge the National All disbursements will be made by Joseph and Alfred Dublin treasurers of the evicted Irish It is also designed by the arrangement that funds raised in America shall be for warded to both these gentlemen as treas Killed by a Deadly Mc a lineman employed by the Elec tric Light was instantly killed Friday evening by coming in contact with a live He was working on the top of a pole near Eighteenth and Blake and after receiving tho shock he fell across the his hand grasping the wire that killed In a moment the smell of burning flesh was distinguished aud before he could be taken down it be came stronger and a blue smoke arose from tlivoe places on tho poor fellows producing n scene which caused the crowd to turn away with He leaves a wife and Explosion In a Siumngo small boiler in Loewcusteius sausago factory ut Ninth and John streets exploded at 11 oclock Saturday The building was demolished aud the kitchen of Oscar Grey at 249 John Bertha Grey aged 14 was instantly Fol lowing are the names of the none of whom are oerioiibly except Mrs whoso back was fractured and bruised badly Betty Jennie Mary Grey mother of and Mike A Ciooked Counts Curloim Franz Vou of who was recently arrested on a charge of defrauding i widow out of all she had on the pretext that ho was Russias can didate for tho Bulgarian am would make her daughter a has presented the extraordinary defense tha he was actually approached by high RUB slan authority with the proposal to be come prince of provided th Austrian court would consent to tho re moval of Prince Ilrakumun liiHtuutly collision occurred about 10 oclock Thurs day night between two freight trains 01 the Michigan Central near resullinh in the death of Brakcnmn Hector Grant of this and tho serious Injury of Hire other Grant was instantl killed Conductor Colo Hammond BUS tallied a fracture uf the lug Hrakemai George Benedict had a foot an Fireman Thomas Burke had his heat Fiitul ColUnion on tlm freight trai aud two wild engines collided three mile north of this city Friday ferly a WHS instantly kllle Engineer John Mooro and Fireman Stch inuer The latter wits terHbl mashed and cannot The sustained u tiliglit fracture of the hip an probably Nhnnvd Sluvfl by the Portuguese go eminent hiw shrewdly granted faluab concessions in the disputed portion of south to an English which is actively campaigning lu in behalf of tho Portuguese and against tho British bouth Af rican Cut IIU TImmt wllli u I OSDOH wellknown com poserandchess Walter Saturday committed sulcldo by bin throat with a Dun Report a Prof itable MONEY FAILURES Trade In Although In Home an Unccrtnln Feeling Kxlntu In Kogard to Flimnolnl Competition In Steel Not Much Activity In the Speculative for the NEW weekly review of trade says Business has progressed as well as could be expect ed in a week broken by the Christmas holiday and a great snow The hol iday trade was remarkably heavy and at nearly all other points was which is by no mentis evidence that the tightness of the money market springs from any general embarrassment of busi ness or The volume of pay ments through banks continues though but about 8 per larger than a year Railroad earnings thus far re ported for December also show a gain of about 4 per over those of the Same weeks last Foreign trade is very in spite of causes which were eac pecteil to insure a material The uncertainty in regard to monetary legis i and its possible is still the but even this has less dis turbing influence than it had a week or two us the prospect of unwise action seems more and tho money mar kets have generally grown easier during the past not only at tho but at i some of the western and southern Flint Glims Trade Reports from other cities disclose no im portant change in the condition of Wholesale business naturally slackens and is quiet at this time of tho and the indisposition to act is rather increased by the tardiness of At Boston prospects are considered better for trade woolen aud cotton Conditions t other eastern cities have been not es eutiiilly though at Pittsburg Jetsemer iron hus sold the lowest rice for the aud all pig iron is at ottom Manufactured iron is in lir demand and rails are The flintglass trade is quite with ewer hands idle than for mouths ud the window glass trade is At points further west expectation of nprovement after January is lough the trade is quiet in wholesale but fully up to last years At Kansas City wholesale trade is quite ut cattle and hog receipts are At business exceeds that of ist though fear of state legislation gainst lenders tends to increase the pre ailiug At Denver tho do maud for money is and the supply quttl to legitimate but at Salt Laka he money market is extremely and ho outlook At other joints in the northwest the monetary ituotiou seems rather Improvement In the Reports from the south also indicate ome Manufacturers at jouisville are fully though noney is very Trade at Atlanta im cotton moving more satisfactorily md at Gulveston receipts exceed last New Orleans reports fair trade md larger receipts of the crop be ng there estimated at bales aud ood receipts of sugar and with iteady Throughout the south the Ictltious prices maintained last summer and fall for cotton have caused some em being followed by tho inevit able decline as the magnitude of the crops jccame But more than sales have already passed out of the hands of mainly at fair It is especially encouraging that thus far there ias been so little embarrassment and so lew failures among the important manu facturing works recently established in hat While tho situation of the iron and steel industry shows no tho fact that tho closing weeks of the year are passing without any serious set back There is anxiety as to the demand which may appear with the new since it is generally per ceived that many works must remain idle for a time unless there is a decided in creass in But for most fin ished products the consumption is even now so great that in any previous year it would have been considered eminently The exception is the steel rail in which a crisis and a de structive competition seem a provisional agreement made during tho past week in this city having been defeat ed by refusal of an eastern mill to The Monetary Tho woolen manufacturer is clearly en Joying a larger demand for most products since Importations were but as yet no considerable improvement in prices has been found The readjustment of prices in tho boot and shoe and leather industries seems to be progressing with less prospect of any nMious On the hslior has never been more fully imployi i than in the part of Timmonetary situation grows more sat Iwcauso treasury disbursements and arrivals of gold have given and the inornious excess of merchan dise rxptirls nvir imports Is In three wwks of Dccemberexports from New York IIHVIliiii 7 1ir than hist wblch would Indicate heavier ex than In any previous while thu inciviise in imports has been 2 per cent Tlnte facts point tu an excess of ex ports as largo as tho of last find In November thu excess of exports over imports was more than Spccmlutlvii Thenhas not much activity in Bpiiiilailon this though corn has falliii I and oats 1 and cot ton Hi but wheat is 5 8 euui 1 1 and oil 4 14 The stock market has leeu left to the pro who have chosen to do but little until your has billevid IV all clftssts numett ry pres sure will cease soon after t for a ami if disturbing I Halation comes trade may lie expected to revive Itis a good symptom Instead of iwrwitituKtowiira the end of the failures have become Important and less Thu business oc curring throughout thu country during tho last seven days number as com ZdwiihatoUlofW lust For the corresponding week of Uwt year tho figures were SKATE S NUMBER T BARNEY NUMBER LV Pitts 315 Belle READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS NEW GOODS ISCome and see Cmilit Tie In Large Accordiansj Violins AND And their GOLD and SILVER WATCHES JEWELRY AND Domestic and Standard Sewing Sewing Machine Needles and Repairs of all Silver and Steel Spectacles to Suit Watches and Jewelry FRANK DEALER IN BOTTLED Also a fine stock of Genuine Wine Vinegar Goods de livered to any part of the city free of Southeast oornw Of Belle and Fourth Raibles Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on GOING OUT s BUSINESS Now is the time for Bargains CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AT HALF PRICE CHINA AND BISQUE VASES PLUSH For Christmas at II if i M Julius Raible Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND yIIarini removed my business to my uew building 116 between Piasa and Belle l shall devote my entire utteution to thu WHOLESALE SALES Of all kinds of Wines and where all DEALERS will fll H to their interest to Purchase their Supplies Strictly Wholesale The Largest and Most Select Stock o Fine WINES and ever brought to Him a complete Bottling ment Call and Julius See the Selection of Ball at Mook Thiid and   

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