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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY L1 WEDN EsDAY RIGHT TO THE FRONT sorted Compelition wo Olr COMlLKTK and well as COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT I SPLENDID IN QUALITY I OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS I10LUKU and GOLD PKN for noOKBRUndard Holiday Gift Juvenile Hooks otc etc DOLLS DOLL BUtiGIES We offer tho best duality full Uoods at Lowest In dressed kid body And musical Dont fall to see pis Patent Swinging Tea and Din ner Buck and XMAS TRJEE Plush Oarlana Mos8 Canals i id some forty or n re different do us of tree or T i ii i vvo llELfltilO HO 1 Auto complete and olegan it Prices that will mako competition Call and see Including the popular Parch Select your HOLI DAY GOODS now Dont wait till the lait moment and remem ber we will lay aside for uture d livery any goods now Michael Davitt Gets a Crack the EXCH TIME AT l Ilnd Attmlpt In to Kiich Other ami a Fair Kind of TlmoThe Kxflltoment In Dublinother Foreign itIntense excitement lias been created horc by the receipt of news of a serious conflict at Ballynahill and tho wounding of Michael Davitt Par TusT B meetingat that place another meeting was being addressed by Davitt and So close together were me meeting places that the voices of the orators of one party were plainly audible to those of the Tho Fun Ilia speeches were of a most violent and the words of the speakers were interrupted by insulting jeers and defiant Israelis appearance was the signal for a mighty outburst of pplause for his The arrival of heir coupled with the galling taunts of their seemed to excite the Parnellitcs to and with n wild and sudden rush they threw themselves upon the opposition Promptly Jumping from the speaking Davitt and Tanner with the priests by their placed themselves at the head of their and fighting desperately Afx OLD WARRIOR Dentil nt of Gen died at his donee in this city at 4 oclock Tuesday Heart failure due to disease wan the cause of He had been ill for over two Terry was born at He graduated from studied law and was admitted to the bar in He became clerk of the court of New Haven in 1854 and continued in that position until At that time he commanded the Second Connecticut regiment and he marched with it to the He figured in a Uerof engagements and during 1898 he commanded the forts on the Atlantic coaat of Mnlo n Full Nnjur In he wna made brigadier From May to he commanded thu Tenth Early in January of he carried Fort Fisher by iT at tlle hcMl of tho irst division of the Twentyfourth aided by Com modore PorterH On 1808 i no was mustered out of tho volunteer serv ice and put in command of the Dakota department la the military division of the in after the death of Terry was made a full miijor At tho time of his death he was 64 years HiTwON THE A Reporter UrnU Way from to Now CHRISTMAS SAJTPn ATMTILK JOUP WITO CELERY HALIBUT BAKED WITH or TVtfa BR BRAISED TIP SAUCE CRYSTALIZED OINQER be bC8t aHHortmcnt of Seasonable Goods to Music Bor es playing 3 8 and 8 Violin andj Guitar Ilmmonlci Prayer bocks Picturebooks Schools Sup Tissue Papers al 1 shades Iin jiortsd and A merry Xmas once again And you shall nave oneand K you will look over our And heed our urgent call For all thats fine in the Holiday Youll sooner or later discover Oan be had by one and all It you look our stock clubs and stones were freely Michael Davitt while pressing on in the front of mu supportersreceived a severe scalp Many others are known to have been more or less severely but nothing more than the most meagre de tails are yet to In this city crowds surrounded the bulletin and punctuated their reading of the news with hostile cries and In some instan ces blows have been and the evidences of an ugly are every where displayed where men gather in groups to discuss the situation or defy one another as the case may be IQland cor T ii ird and Piasa ITS NO SECRET our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought to Alton We eon show you Something New as often as you call in Rag or Hemp Body Brussels Art Those Miailngr in con nection with Deaseys assertion that the followers of McCarthy were in possession of a complete statement of the funds of the National league for the past ten says that they will give out the secrets of the missing books which were sought to be exhibited before the Parnell Father Fahy Out of of has just been released after serving a sixweeks term of impris onment for an offense against the crimes He at once proceeded to where he will advocate the election oi Vincent the Parnellite candi date for the houss of commons from North An Injunction acting for the adherents of Paruell has applied and the court has an interlocutory in junction restraining the publication of suppressed United the first edi tion of which the McCarthyites issued FOREIGN Well Father a priest of the Russian orthodox has caused some consternation by preaching the persecution of the Jews at the monastery of near The holy synod has his case under consid Dado or Lace or Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest in House The Easiest way to see them la to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL Julius Raible Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND Having removed my bunmecs to my now building 116 between PJasa and Belle 1 ahail duvute my entire ntteulion to tho WHOLESALE SALES all kinds of Wines and where all DEALERS will lo their Interest to Purchase their Supplies a Strictly Wholesale The Largest and Most Select Stock ol Fine WINES and LIQUORS ever brought to tins a complete Bottling Dopart wont Call and Inline U RolKL 6 JUIIU5 and Piasa It Goes Without an interview had with the bishop of Naney tho pope expressed his warm approbation of the policy sought to be Inaugurated by Cardinal looking to a union of church and state iu Fatal Hotel Royal Hotel at County burned Mon day The guests were rescued by A girl jumped from an upper window and received fatal injuries Kyimid the St rangier on is a great rush to obtain admission to tho Kyraud which began Over applica tions for tickets have been refused within the liut IllllOHB Of till pokes illness is de clared to be resulting from a and at his time of life the conse quences can not bo other than Want to Curb tliu Sujirume tho state Federation of with dele gates from all over the a resolution was adopted with tremendous applause proposing an amendment to the constitu of the Ntato to prohibit thu supremo court from defeating tho will of the peo ile in favor of Labor peo ile are determined to have such a measure ntroducoil in the forthcoming IViihlon for an WASHINGTON The com missioner of pensions ImviiiK referred the iippliniliim of ienrge Company Third States volunteers to Asi NJstiint Hecretiiry llussey for tho hitler decides that the a Confederate but who afterward served in the Inion army more I him nine ty days and received an hononihlu ills is entitled to receive a An NKW statement of Assignee Hubert of the as Hlgned linn if llallou filed in court shows liu nominal assets and act mi I assets The assets am mostly held us nut more than ill at present into tho hands of Perry a newspaper reporter of walked Into the editorial rooms of one of the city papers Monday night and asked the city editor to look at his It was precisely Ashfey heaved a sigh and said I win my bet to the min He had ended a most novel He is connected with a Louis newspa per and hist Monday night tho managing editor made a wager of J500 that Ash ley could not travel from to New York in one week without paying his fare on any railroad and with but t5 in his The route he was to take was by the way of Washington and Ihe distance was Ashley started out on board a coal car and was put off nine times in 100 Then he jumped on a vestibule train and rode sixtyfive This was tho only one of the kind he caught The remainder of the journey was on freights and afoot He said he wouldnt undertake it again for Perinhed In tho Friday night an aged couple named Hig left here in a team during a violent lor their about three miles from When within a half mile of their residence they drove into a snow and becoming stupefied with the intense were unable 1 hey were missed on Sunday and found by a search Hig ginshadher legsfrozen solidly up to the and she died shortly after being dis Higgins hands and feet were frozen and have been He is delirious and unable to tell the story o his National Cltlseni this who at was chosen president of the National Citizens alliance has returned He says the alliance will be a secret political organization simi lar in nature to the Farmers and its members will be drawn from those who sympathize with the political views of that Its formation is largely due to Ralph a wellknown Knight of Labor from New National head quarters will be established in Washing ton City at once and an official organ will be Holdeu says 800 Citi zens alliances have been formed already in this FOR A 6c BOX COUGH lOo BOTTLE COUGH SYRUP lOc BOX FACE lOo BOTTLE COLOGNE 100 8EIDLITZ I0c BOX GOOD LIVER PILLS 10c BOX GOOD AT DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER THAT AT WTSS DRUG IS HEADQUAKTKRS FOB GOOD3 SUCH A8 AND and Plllg in nil 652 East Second Open Day Falluri of a rennnylvunlii doors of the Cleurfield County bank closed Tuesday The depositors are safe by a montage on real estate for three times tho amount of The liabili ities are and assets The owner of tiiu oxUnited States Sena tor William has appointed of Harrisburg Wallace and of Olllclal mint In KUjto can vassing board completed the official count showing that the Democrats elected theiientire state ticket by plurali ties ranging from on governor to TOO on state The board also found that the Democrats had elected nine out of eleven nil hough two Democrats pulled through with margins of less than 100 IIOIJIM OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND NOVELTIES IN Gents Furnishing Scarf Pins Hats and Suits and Overcoats Hade to at PRICES LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE AT BARNEY NUMBER LV IuaiN of arc entertained hens that the stiani barge City of Utiwi of New bound for with lmn mmu to the but turn of tho sound with nil on board The Ltka left New York last Thursday and Sunday afternoon lifijircsirvcMs am wreckage hrariiiK tho name City o Ulica were washed Without Jooil for Iorty NEW Urst day Blnco he began his experiment of abstain ing from snld food Signor Snni lost no weight It was the furl let h da of Ins His pnlsu was than on any olthe three proccdi Ho drank thirty ouncea of am Uoton Pitts 315 Belle 1niiloiKMl liy the in Vin ovnt a resident of killed Duvid who hud betrayed his He win sentenced to jirimin for twenty live but Tuesday tho gov ernor liim as a IVBiilt of mj do quoii MpriH Hindi in Ilia own thiunia trackmen oi the Texas division of the Worth and Denver riuid were paid oil and discharged Twelve men have heretofore been working n a Thomuuuftu munt claims llnu ilm ronil is In line condi tion and Unit lour men to the section can ktxj It in r I All NOW HEADY TO KUUNlSlf KVKHV MAN IX ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF KHlKCIAhLT FOIt CU7 IN T1IK MOST STYLISH AND o At Figures that will Please Q Gk Nowjs tbe time to get Bargins in Plush Cloaks LEHNES NO 164 L Soft GOAL Ice in any ot the y no Clink t Coal in the O A L Lowest Market BIG HALF PRICE VASfiS LUSH in Plush Cloaks OLIDAYS In AKD ARr4 Aud tfceir ard Sewing i of all cies to Suit An t At Figures that will Please Judgo iluinuiH neutenced Urrluk o bu lmmud oil Thu Itnllun Cincn In New NKW motion won by the vounivl of tho elgh TlKiiinnnd Mil n to tho col HerliM in tliis riKlon operated by thu liluli Ylilley Coal lint liuvu bcini idlu foj BUI no ruHumed pncratiuug Thin glvti employment to mftny tliousund men aud llitllivuy Dividend Olilengo Juno tlou Uailnmd and Union Stork Vardsoom jinny a dlvldund of A 1Upor on tliii coiumun stuck and H per OU the prof tiiod payable July OHIOHCSTfHS RCD CH088 THI ORIGINAL AND uk Drujullt ttf CUnkisMrt HIM iMU4 wlili Take no ot 111 iillli U 1 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