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Allison, a .obber. -fEP IN CRIME. Jircrimstances Attending the decent Arrest uCHISG PARH KOT A SUCCESS .jraCUl TZUX'BAX TO TEX BISrATCBl. Dejtteb; Col., December ZL Charles Allison, one of ,tbe most notorious des iperadoes and stage robbers who ever terror ixed the "West, and -who, eight yean ago, was (sentenced to 37 yens in the penitentiary lor bis outlawry in Colorado and New Hexico, will be compelled to serve out his life behind prison tars. The desperado was the leader of agaric of outlaws kucn throughout the "West as the Allison gang of stage robbers. He was said to have fceen a. bold robber in the early days of Colorado and Hew Mexico, and to have shown it frequently. Allison, together with two other men of his gang, named Xewis Perkins and Jlenry "Watts, were captured Tuesday, June 16, at Albuquerque, 2Tew Mexico, by Prank Hyatt, then a deputy sheriff of Conejos county, and a posse of officials of Colorado. They followed a party of men from Ala mosa to Albuquerque. The men who effected the capture had many difficulties to encounter, but by shrewd scheming, cot the lugitiveinto a barn and covered the gang with rifles. A COKFESSIOH SID IT. Deputy Sheriff Hyatt located Allison's rang by the confession of Thomas Seeley, a desperado, who was known in Santa I"e as "Little Tommy." At one time he was a member of Allison's gang, and after his capture was thrown into prison at Alamosa. He told the deputy that be bad beld one of the stage horses while Allison and the other men robbed Sanderson's coach near Pagosa Springs, which robbery occurred some time in May, 188L "Little Tommy" told the Deputy Sheriff that Allison bad gone South, taking' the valley of the Hio Grande river, and that if the officers would take the train they wonld overtake the robbers at Albu querque. Acting upon this information, Hyatt engaged three men, named, respect ively. Miles Blair, S. Alton and H. C Dorru, and started for the South. At Santa Fe they received permission from Governor Sheldon to capture the rob bers without waiting for a requisition. After leaving that place they went to Al buquerque, arriving there a day in advance of Allison. The following morning Hyatt determined to go to Bernalillo and ascertain whether or not he could bear anything in regard to the movements of the desperadoes, arriving at Bernalillo early in the morning. Hyatt went into a public house there and sat down in the dining room, where be began talking with some one whom he happened to know. He bad been there only a few minutes when he heard some one who had spurs on enter. AT CLOSE QUABTEES. Looking up Hyatt saw Charlie Allison, followed by two men. Allison walked around the room and took a seat just oppo site Hyatt. Allison pulled his gun and laid it in bis lap. Hyatt weakened and thought bis time had surely come, as be believed Al lison and his men could get away with him there. No effort was made to capture him. The deputy thought Allison did not know him, and he remained at the table talking to his friend. All ate breakfast at the same table, and neither party appeared to recog nize the other. After the meal was eaten, Hyatt hired two horses and a Mexican, promising to pay the latter $100 to ride with him to Albu querque. In the meantime, Allison and his men had ridden out of the town in the direction of Albuquerque, and had quite a start As Hyatt and the Mexican neared that place, the former became uneasy as be failed to find bis men, whom he telegraphed to be at a certain point. He therefore de termined to push ahead, and crossing the river, rode around Allison, arriving in Al- baqoerqae three mile ahead o! the des peradoes. Hyatt's men had just received his message and were preparing to carry out his orders. Getting together and securing the services of a man named Jeff Grant, who also col lected men and horses and allowed them the use of bis barn, they went into it and awaited Allison's arrival. "With a field glass the officers finally saw the desperadoes riding slowly down the valley, and a little later observed that the robbers stopped under some trees and dismounted. Then they lost sight of the party and determined to send a man out to them. A DANQEBOUS DUTY. Grant was selected for that duty and be rode out and came suddenly in sight of the fugitives. He rode up to the party and commenced talking with them. In the course of the conversation he asked them where they were eoing, and was told that they were bound for the Sonth. Grant said that he was going down to Lincoln himself in a dav or two; that he had a Deer contract down there, and was going down on horse back. Continuing the conversation he drifted into horse talk and spoke in high term of a race horse which he naa ana wnica ne would ride down the country when he went. This captured the robbers. Visions, of cattle robberies and sales ot beef to this new con tractor and the race horse threw them off the track, and a proposition was made that all go down together. Grant consented, and proposed that they ride to town and put up at his barn. This was consented to and four men rode into the barn, led by Grant. He dismounted quickly and took Allison's rifle in order to get it out of the way. This done, Grant stepped back, threw the gun on Allison and demanded that the desperado give up. As he did so Hyatt's men, who were secreted in all parts of the barn holding their guns upon the prisoners, made the same demand. Allison, taking in the situation at once, surrendered. "Walking up to the stage rob ber Hyatt said in a jocose sort Of Way: "Well, Charlie, I took breaktast with you this morning." "Yes, you, and I was on to you all the time," replied the desperado. "I had a notion to take you prisoner then, and I was a fool for not doing it; but I watched von ' pretty closely and dida't thlak yea Knew me or were on to this jay. A VARIED CAKEEB. Allison was, several years ago, a waiter in a-restaurant in Eureka Nevada. In that place he acquired some notoriety for being a quick and good pistol shot. Later he came to Colorado, and locating in the southern part of the then territory, in time became a Dep uty Sheriff of Conejos county. His career of crime commenced with the shooting of Pat McCaffrey in December, 1880, at which time he was Marshal of San Antonio, not Antonita. For that murderous in tent McCaffrey having survived Allison was driven frotu the town by the citizens. After this be migrated to Conejos and became associated with the Stockton Eskridge gang. The desperado stated that if be could not live in a town he would live on the road. He organized a cant; and -- i . ? . . . . . commenced a series ot stage robberies that, for daring and success, were unequaled in the history oi the "West. The depredations of bis daring gang were committed all through the territories of the Southwest. On Saturday night, June 25, Allison, Per kins and "Watts of the gang were brought to Denver and lodged in the conntv jail. They arrived on a Bio Grande train, and were met at the depot by a sheriffs posse and about 300 people. They had been given a preliminary hearing at Alamosa, and the three stage robbers were held to the District Court of Conejos county. Some preparations had been made at Alamosa to take the prisoners from the authorities and lynch them. This was prevented only by some of Allison's friends congregat ing at Alamosa and openly avowing that any such attempt to harm the men would be opposed by them. At all events the desper adoes were not lynched. The trio remained in the county jail here until Sunday morning. August 14, 1881, when they were ironed and secretly driven to Burnham station, where they were trans ferred to a Bio Grande passenger train for Alamosa. The secrecy exercised in taking the prisoners away was used because of the many rumors prevalent at the time to the effect that a body of lynchers had been or ganized in Conejos county which would be sufficiently .strong in numbers to overpower the officials and secure the desperadoes, who would then be hanged. They were conveyed to jail at 'Alamosa a-ad .afterward bMiwl convicvea. . The best selected stock of diamonds, watches, jewelry, sterling silver, silver plated ware, canes, umbrellas, clocks, bronzes, statuary, marble and onyx clocks, tables, etc. No old stock, all new styles purchased this season. Call and see our goods' and prices. M. G. Cohen, Diamond Expert and Jeweler, formerly cor. Fifth ave. and Market St., now 33 Smithfield sL Ton can't miss the place. The only street clock on Smithfield street, in front of the door. M. G. Cohen, Diamond Expert and Jew eler, formerly cor. Fifth ave. and Market St., now 533 Smithfield st. Large street clock in front of the door. Novelties in stick pins and gipsy rings at hi. u-. noiien b, ooo omitnneia st. Aiarge street clock in front of door. Mexicak onyx clocks and tables, marble clocks, bronzes, statuary, silverware, etc., at greatlv reduced prices at M. G. Cohen's, 33 Smithfield st. 'Big clock in front of the door. ' Positively the Last and Only Week, Commencing to-morrow, Monday, Decem ber 23, of the large bankrupt sale of dry goods, carpets and rugs, at 723 and 725 Lib erty street, corner Eighth. Those in search of bargains should make it a point to attend this the last week, ail the assignee is deter mined to close out the entire balance still remaining unsold regardless of cost or price. Stools. Our common sense stools, painted, or un finished now delivered on short notice. P. O. Sohoeneck, 711 Liberty street. Feauenheim & Vilsack's ale -and porter are superior beverages. Call for them. All dealers keep them. Or order direct 'Phone 1186. THE BCNDEE PERIOD. Lady Buyers Bardesed Tkese Days With Parcels aid Packages. LIVELT SCENES AT THE DEPOTS. How" Can Frail Wosaea-Carry Bach Heavj Weights is the Problem. PLIGHTS OF HUSBANDS AND BBA&EMEX 1838. Holme.' Best. 1889. TTse this brand for sickness. It is perfectly pure. "W. H. Holmes & Sow, 120 "Water street and 158 First avenue. TTSSU The various depots of the city are ad mirable places juet'at present for the study of "bundle-ism." Entering the Union Depot yesterday afternoon from Liberty street the panorama of bundles that greeted the eye was for the moment almost over whelming, but taking courage from the fact that the bundle is a harmless, inanimate object, except in anarchistic times, the re porter meandered down the general waiting room. From behind and between the massive column of bundles ranged along the seats a human head or a fragment of a bead, such as an eie, could occasionally be seen, or some unusually perpendicular feather waved triumphantly from a fair damsel's hat or bonnet, and signaled that by long and continued digging among the debris at that point a woman would eventually be found. But wait until the man, who, in stentorian tones makes periodical speeches to the people in the depot, puts in an appearance and informs the waiting public with linger ing phraseology long drawn out that a certain train is in waiting for passengers. The bundle column is broken immediately, and in sections at adiversified speed reaches the waiting train. A careful observer can detect the propelling power underneath or behind each section of the column, and the patient, enduring brakeman, become skill ful by long practice, almost always assists A SCATTKWKO 07 BTJSDLBS. Bat, Vfasl sometimes he overestimates bis etreagtb, or fails to detect the point where the woaan leaves off and the bundles com meaee, and then "What a fall is there, mr eeaatrymeB' iieiter, skelter; here and there. How they do ly, and howperverw they are, each one going in aa opposite direction. The brake man mutters something, the woman wishes she could follow suit, and their combined efforts sooa restore to.the original, placid ex pression the name'rous and variegated bundles under which she lives, moves and has her being. And what wonderful strength and endur ance a woman has during the holidays; how many enormous, gigantic, colossal bundles she can carry home with her after spending the entire day' in making a selection and collection of them, acknowledged by all to be the hardest work a woman can perform. One woman yesterday carried the tiny bead of a baby, a branch of holly and two toy balloons, and over them all a large umbrella waved. How did she contrive to keep track, of them all? The question wonld have been harder to solve than the annual Christmas puzzle. beauts; astd utilitt. Another woman combined the necessary and the ornamental in a most surprising and unique manner; One arm was ladened with a variety of articles wrapped in paper, forming a pyramid over which she could scarcely see, aad. in the disengaged hand she carried a new coal skuttle packed solid ly to the very brim with presents that will no doubt gladden the hearts oi many an ex pectant mortal. "While there is a continual change in the waiting room, as one train departs with its load of bundlesland woman and fresh shop pers enter,vet there is a wonderful similarity between the scenes presented there. If one did not witness the presto change, so much alike are the bundles and baskets which form the conspicuous points of the occupants that it might be thought one set of shoppers monopolized the depot for their own exclusive benefit Tbere is no differ ence, no individuality in the waiting room. A2-o clock scene is repeated at 3, and the only distinction that Bigfltfell, Baakela-, more rapid transit through the depot, and a generous supply of the sterner sex in the same overloaded condition, give a little spice to the never ceasing, endless throng of people, each intent upon their possessions. The male portion of the crowd generally reached the station empty banded, unless some especially dainty article, toofrail to be delivered at the package room, ia carried by them, but when they reach the check room, how the urbane clerks do pilequt thor bundles for them to swelter and swear un der. And what a variety ot shapes 'the difc. ferent holiday articles do assume when" dona up in paperand boxes. How suggestive they are. One with a vivid imagination cduld indulge it to an unlimited degreeglaT trying to conjecture what tome of thVouee looking parcels contain. & & Look Here. Friend, Are Too fflcff!$ Do you sufler from dysrjensia. indfoMtfna-. ' sour stomach, liver complaint. nnrJi lost appetite, biliousness, exhaustions or tired feeling, pains in chest or lungs, drr concrhs. nirrhtsweats. or anv tn-m r ...... T sumption? If so, send to Prof. Hart, ' 88"t r arreu street, xi ew iorjc, who wllv send,, you free, by mail, a bottle of Floraplexion which is a sure cure. Send to-day. osi f i ' 1858. Holme.' Beit. 'J1889. y uur catalogue contains the namesiofli s brands of champagnes, as many claretsfaUiS,"" the best vintages' of port, sherry and Bn?r; gundy. Best imported French brands. choice cordials, in fact all the items of thV '-( trade which are essential to the holiday p feasting s, including our own specialty, viz: "Holmes Best," a whisky of undoubted f excellence. Send orders by telephone 305 or to "W. H. Holmes & Soir, 120 "Water street and 158 First avenue. TTSSU B. &B. Children's furs, ladies furs, fur capes, and the cloak room, from children's wraps to ladies' finest goods, will make it interesting for you to-morrow and next day. Stora open evenings. Boogs&Btjbx. Shawxs, shawls, shawls, light and dark colors, heavy, medium and light weights; prices all reduced. Hcots & Hacxe. TTSSU THE : ABSORBING : IDEA : JUST : NOW . oooooooooooo EOPPEE BROS. c CO. SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS, :VOur policy in Holiday business this year gains power with passing days. Gets better understood. The stock is very big variety un surpassed by anything in our past, or others' present. The great added quantity is to be sold by a schedule of very low prices. It will be time arid money well spent for those in search of all kinds of Sensible Christmas Gifts to pay a visit to this well-established House Furnish ing Emporium, as there is nothing overlooked in the arrangement of all its departments. Our display of Holiday goods embraces everything that good taste can suggest or refinement de mand. There is no particular necessity in men tioning these articles, except to remind you that our establishment is first-class, and there's no necessary article we do not keep. Make your choice here for Christmas, and if :you haven't yet purchased that gift you intended to you're lucky, for not a single Holiday article will remain if low prices will sell them. IS WHAT TO BUY FOR CHRISTMAS. BUY SOJNdETHHGr TTSEITCTL.. - UNPARALLELED Y FANCY ROCKERS, -- oooooooooooo Probably the very largest city collec tion, in Brocatelles, Tapestries, Silk and Crush Plush, Wiltons and Leather; in Walnut, Antique Oak, Sixteenth Cen tury, Cherry, Mahogany and Natural Woods, besides numberless styles of Reed and Rattan Rockers. tr-i ft I 1 1 lit ' MtevwHv-w i4St rn Wl1 AN UNPARALLELED DISPLAY -or- o o o o o o o o o o o o EASY CHAIRS, -- Nearly every desirable kind high backed antiques, comfortable modern ancies,. in, every kind of wood Chairs',, ought to be made of," carved and plain, $ cushioned and -with fancy head rests. Some so luxurious you 'seem to sit upon anv o .o UNPARALLELED PRIGES FOR ALL KINDS OF HOLIDAY NOVELTIES rHB PBIOES. TIEpiIEi PBIOES IDO IT. 3DO IT. Bring the vast crowds that throng our store the crowds that throng our store every day. the prices too it- CASH OR ON EASY PAYMENTS, AS YOU LIKE. To-Morrow and Tuesday Store Open in the Evening Until 9 o'clock. ezoiPiPiEie; l s& co. v SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Know you that this is the likeliest place in the city for House Furnishings? We've splendid lines of Holiday Furniture and Curtains the most elegant in the market. Numbers of beau tiful things especially suited for Holiday pres ents. Splendid suits of Furniture for Parlor, Dining Eoom, Hall, library, Ofl3ce. Desks BookCases, Parlor Tables, Cabinets andfS5es tals, China Closets, Shaving Stands, Clothes Trees, Hall Racks, Benches, Window Chairs, Odd Divans, Tete-a-Tetes, Chiffoniers, Extension Tables, Center Tables, either, wood or marble tops, in Walnut, Oak, Mahogany and Cherry. Everything elegant in Curtains Lace, Not tingham, Brussels, Madras and genuine Irish Point. Portiere Curtains in Chenille and Tur coman goods, and all at most inviting prices. Run through our warerooms while making up your. mind. It's a good help and you're always made welcome. Our Holiday offerings win by comparison. 00N0'0 00000000 $Q7 -WOOD ST. HOPPER BROS. & CO. 307 WOOD ST. rv. T PITTSBURG'S GREAT CREDIT HOUSE. N. B Owing to the inclement weather of thev past few days keeping many buyers of Holiday Goods within -doors, it leaves us with a large stock of Holiday Goods unsold. Rather than take the risk of carrying over " we have cut the price fully 2D per cent, to take effect' Monday morning. Call early for Bargains. r CURED OF KIDNEY DISEASE. Mr. Charles Preston had for some Tears been Ticttm of kidney disease. The pain across bis back and kidneys iras so serere that Ber eral times he was compelled to Rive np his bus iness. He had more or less pain all over his Ijiy. He had a constant tired leelinc. and mnch pain orer his eyes. His appetite at times was tery poor. He felt very nervous and could not sleep. He had a dropping of mnens into bis throat, -wblch.in hawking and spitting it out, caused a burning feeling in his throat. His dis ease so affected nis mind that be became rery melancholy, and.kl 05 ub saia, ne ire fonentlvfelt like kill- lng himself. He be- StS!$$sllMK!lsSS can treatment with the nhvslcians of tbe Dk. Shater. Polypathic Institute, 1 430 Perm avenue, on eeptemocr as, and became cored. He can be found at Nos. 5 and 7 Ross ttrret. He ears: "X take great pleasure in an nouncing to the people of Flttsbarg tnat I hare been cured of tbe above disease, and most cheerfully advise those who are suffering from 'chronic diseases to consult these doctors. "Ckaki.es Peestok." "They treat inccessfnlly all forms of kidney ' and urinary diseases, chronic diseases and but- ..Office hours, 10 a. x. to 4 r.u.kand 6 to 8 P. it Sundays, 1 to 4 P. a. Conl citation free 'and strictly confidential. Treatment also by correspondence, delt-rrssu V Sr" yi wwsss. mMESs wSJHBPrss wwmssskswvw TO THE PUBLIC. TRY Hunter's Ketchup it is :ftt:r:e Dear Snt Tbe sample of J. VT. 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