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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                T IAILY r VOLUME TUESDAY DECEMBER RIGHT TO THE FRONT Ahead all wo place our COMPI Vrv sorted stock of and well COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT i SPLENDID IN QUALITY PL U lloLOKll and OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS oltort8 to f Book BOLL BUGGIES We offer the best quality lull uoofls at Lowest In dressed Via body and musical wont fall to see tills Patent Swlngiuf and 8lioofly hors Wash Tea and Din ner Buck and Tool Magic Tin Toy Wheel UarroWF Tov Desks and Ta Carts and Ex press Toy Toy Mu sical XMAS TRJBE Plush Garland Paper Glass Candle Tree some forty or lore different do I ns of tree or rFANOT AND FLUSH Album iwo liondle Work 8tan1s and t liifrls Sets Itrush Ing Manicure Shaving infant Travo ers Dr nnflP rtnvaa f unr n Work Stanls and nurds Itrush and Comb Dressing Manicure Shaving Infant Travo ers Dressing Col lar ana Cuff Cigar Cas Horn Goods Perfume Shell AND NEW YKAUS most complete nnd elegant Ine ever shown In and at Prices that will umWo competition Call ana see or XT GAMES of all kinds Including tho popular Parch Music Box es playing S C and K Violin and Guitar Harmonlci Iroyor books Plcturebooks Pcnools Sup Tissue Papers a 1 shades Ini ported and Oaf Select your HOLI DAY GOODS nowl Dont wait till the last moment and remem ber we will lay aside for ituro do any goods now A Red Letter Day for Parnell and Hfs THI RESULT IS STILL IN A Altercation at Kilkenny Be tween Timothy Harrington anil a Nuiii of who Wflro 1arnollA Great Hallway Strike Inaugurated In ScotlandTraffic Almost PiiralymdOthor Foreign was elec tion but whether the victory was won by the Pamellites or untiPurnellites it is impossible at this writing to In the early morning a serious altercation took place ut this city between Timothy Har rington nnd a number of This wordy war was occasioned by whnt Har rington termed the priests interference with Hot words were exchanged on this in spite of Har ringtons the priests continued the work of influencing voters who wure thought to bo leaning toward ihe priests Inter marched to the polls amid cheers und counter cheers at the head of a body of The illfeeling in regard to the notion of the priests in actively and openly influencing or attempting to influ eunee voters is classed by the Paruellitea as being decidedly and there is al ready much talk of petitioning against the validity of the election in North Kil kenny should Scully be rurnell In High Information was received from Castle Comer to the effect that Parnell met with i hostile reception at that It was also stated that the miners were voting solidly for At 1 Parnell returned from a visit to the voters of He was in the highest ind announced that Gowran was going and that it would poll an al most solid vote for Davitt raised warm objections to allowing Scullys election bills nnd campaign posters to ap pear on the wall of the Gowran court house where the polling took place amid much fetched the returning who ordered Scullys placards to be Seminary and Yale Make Thlngt Dis patcher John of the Hoilsalonlc rail has Just returned from State and tells un amusing story in con nection with the forwarding of four Pull man couches of Yale college students to Chicago and points At State Lino four Pullman eoaohes from the Boston and Albany filled with worn The girls were from sem inaries near Farrington and other points whuru there are young ladles finish ing nil on thoir way homo for the A Soulful Expression of After waiting until t oclock at night the girls inquired the cause of the deten and were told thnt their train was to be coupled up with the special from New Haven shortly due and filled with stu Dispatcher Cnrr says the girls gave a wild yell of delight and began sing ing and They were aware of the approach of the but the latter did not know that a traluload of girls were waiting for them until their train drew up alongside the seminary And tlio OlrU AVcrcnt continued Dispatcher you never did see such The girls sung and waved thoir handkerchiefs and the students tumbled out of their train just too The porters could not get the doors locked and the students swarmed to the seminary They climbed over the roof and into the and when both trains were coupled together the girls and boys had distributed themselves through the eight Pullman all singing and in a high state of You could not tell which was the Yale and which was tho seminary Every thing was all mixed up just like a Dispatcher Carr added What nervy swells those students and yet the girls were not so Senators Very Tardy About Getting to DAYS PROCEEDINGS IN A merry Xmas once again And you shall have one and If you will look over our And beed our urgent CM 11 For all thats fine in the Holiday Youll sooner or later discover Can be had by one and all If you look our stock 101 and 103 Third and Piasa Alton Merry NICE PERFUMES FROM lOc Fine Mir Fine AT SHS DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER BEADY FOJR THE HOLIDAYS NEW SCome and See Them TRAFFIC ALMOST A Great Strike of Itallivny Employe In augurated in long expected strike of the railway employes of which was finally determined upon at Sundays has been vigorously in Already tho traffic of this dis trict is almost completely The very few trains which the companies were able to get out Monday morning were manned by depleted made up in part of new men and ran at irregular in Pickets were promptly placed by the and they are now endeavoring to induce the few engine drivers who re main faithful to their employers to desert the In the strikers display remarkable the engine workshops and other company buildings being surrounded by a swarm of All mineral trains have aban doned the attempt to make their cus tomary and the passenger traffic has almost Provisions for the steamer loaded with potatoes and other gov ernment has sailed from Ports mouth for On arriving at the latter the steamers cargo will be unloaded and the provisions hurried for ward to the various faminestricken dis tricts of western The govern ment has ordered that the steamers Sea Britomurte and which have been engaged in work similar to that now being performed by the be for three months longer continued in the service for the transportation to Ire land of food Tile EyraudBompard in an arti cle discussing tho result of the trial of Michael Eyraud and Gabrielle Bompard for the murder of Toussaint as serts that one of the jurymen who served upon the case was a bankrupt ipso annuls the verdict which sentenced Eyraud to tho guillotine and Bompard to twenty years imprisonment at hard La Presso says that in tho event of no appeal being or of its failure if Bompard will be transferred to the central prison at there to serve out her long Took Much with Hit Thursday James living two miles from came to bought a new suit of deposited in the dressed went to the school house that made a put on his kid drew some benches took a dose of lay down on his crossed his hands over his und in this condition was found by the school children Friday morn but still He died a few hours Tho girl he was to marry died Mollie MutchcH Attempted Lafayette of was robbed nine years ago of in John of this known as Mollie was in Cincinnati at the He is now in the Joliet serving a ten years sen tence for robbing a bank in A few days ago the owner of the stolen bonds received a letter from Larney offering to disclose the hiding place of the bonds if his liberty conld be The sale of the bonds was stopped at the time of the Conference Iteport on the HIoux Itcnnrva tion Kill In the Neimte nnI a IlvunhiUon Introduced In the House to the Killing of Slttliifr The It mini MlUu on the Indian WASHIXOTON was suchaRinnllflitondiince of senators Mon day the opening of the senate thnt Hut ris demanded n call of the Only thirtytwo senators responded to their less than n The was then directed to re iiueflt the attendance of absent A half hour eljiped before a quorum innde its Bill was passed to estab lish tm record nud pension ofllcc of the war The conference report on Sioux reservation bill was HourgH notice that he would at in the nitcrnoon ask the senate to take a re cess until 8 Various conference on building measures were The lioiiso amendment to the Kenato amendment to the urgent deficiency bill fetriiing out the approproprlution for the pay o clerkjj for senators was noncon curred Hljtglns on the KlecUon The election bill was then taken Higgins securing the He said the pending measure did not in any way take tho control of elections from the state and all declarations agninst it groundless uud rested on nothing but bold He com mented on Senator Stewarts objection to the not that it was a force but that if was not a force Replying to some of Grays argument against thn bill on the ground that the appointment of supervisors was given to the circuit Higgius undertook to show that in various North Caro lina and commissioners who had the appointment of judges and clerks of election at the precincts were not elected by the but were appointed by tho governor or tho legislature and in thnt the pending bill was not open to The Diiy In thu The house devoted the day to the consid eration ofiifiairs pertaining to the Dis trict of and at KILLING OF SITTING K A T E 8 NUMBER LV BARNEY HUMHBH Y Pitts fe Hamili 315 Belle ITS NO SECRiT That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever nrongbl to We can show jou Something New as often as you call in Rag or Hemp XJXT Dado or Body Brussels Art Lace or Stood In Front of a Plum a 38 years of suicided Sunday by throwing himself in front of a passenger train on the midland route running at the rate of fifty miles an hour along the Little Arkansas Plummer jumped on the track 100 feet ahead of the raised his head and stood fac ing the train with a determined The engineer put on the air and re versed his but Plummer was rollec under and torn to Hun Down by a NEW colored min whose names from papers found on them are supposed to be Fisher and Mor were driving from Brooklyn to Mid dle and as they were crossing the Island rail road tracks the westbound mail train from Greenport struck the The men were thrown on the track and the train passed over killing them in banjo and guitar were found near the GOLD ana SILVBtt WATCHES I JEWELRY SILVERWARB CLOCKS In Large Violins Domestic and Standard Sewing Sewing Muuhine Noodles and Ilupalrs of nil kimK Hlver and steel Spectacles to Suit WatohtB and Jewelry See the Selection of Ball at Iook III Is tilt list to jet Barfins ta fcb Cloaks AT Iurcliudod a Stock of movement of Scotch railroad employes is now hopeless of It received some encourage ment from a certain number of stockhold who believed that their property could be profitably managed with shorter hours and better pay for the These stock been bought out by the so that now there is a virtual unanimity of opposition to the mens At this season of the year this is believed to mean defeat of tho An IhuiBUil Thing on the unusual spectacle of skating on the upper Thames is now be ing and has added a much en joyed feature to tho holiday The winter in tlte stormlcut for a deoade in but the facilities it affords for sleighing and skating go far to make up fov tho discomforts of such a season in other Will with Iuld circular has been Issued which Informs the branches of the Irish National league in Great Britain owing to the financial position in which lie league finds the services of most of the paid ofllclaU of the organi zation will be dispensed StudonU on H Hunt for a 400 students who volunteered for the Portuguese service lu East Africa have started for They will be employed to protect Portuguese and are unite likely to get all the lighting they Split IIU Skull with a NEW John attached to InHjxictor Hymen1 was killed Sunday night by a blow from a olouvur in thu hundii of an Italian saloon keeper named Antonio detective was panning an Italian butcher Hhop whun he hoard the notttu of a light and enturvd to quell tho dis lie hud tutored the door when lleBiilouo at him and buried a cleaver in bis New Home for the the wellknown banker of this who is also president of the and Northwestern returned home Saturday and announced tho consumma tion of a deal with John tho son of the lato Brighum whereby tho latter comes in possession of acres of land which was granted Faurot by the Mexican government three years The land will bo used to colonize Mormons How to Kill a while showing a funeral party how to kill a chicken broke the neck of Pat rick 00 years The entire party wore sitting in a saloon after the and Ilanuon gave Lyona neck a align The fact that tho old man woi dead did not develop until several hours later when the party arose to go home The practical illustration had broken hli Hold Bobbery at Late Saturday after on Twelfth near the Wisconsin Central railway four young waymen pinioned the arms of Henry Mo a wholosulepotuto pressoc a revolver against his aud robbed him of and a gold Tho robbery was witnessed by ROVOII including a but they inmln no effort to pre vent and allowed the thieves to The Want the PINK Bull cumo in yesterday to Brooke to give the Bad Land braves the earth as a Christmas No no punish no taking of heap more and love am a few things on hU Sitting Bulls braves have given the troops the slip and are making for the Bud Pciiperatf Flglit with n residing near this hud an ox citing encounter with a burglar at an early hour Sunday The burglar at tempted to shoot firing at him Young truck him with a knocking thti revolver out of and the Imrtjhir leaving hlu weapon and all valuables Plcmty of Toe for Next tho week closed Saturday night the ice Uurvcst in many parts of Miusiichuuot U was the largest for years 10 early la the The ioe from ten to thirteen Inches thick In dU ferent Ulunclmrtl of Loulxlinm Wants tho WASHINGTON of Louisiana introduced in tho house a resolution providing for the appointment of a committee of five members of the house and directing them to inquire into and investigate the killing of Sitting and the immediate causes leading to his and whether a state of war existed which justified his tummary taking off aud if not what justification there if for his violent death at tho hands of the Indian police of the The resolution charges tho committee with the further duty of investigating the threatened Indian and the causes and whether neglect by tho government of its treaty obligations with the or the or inade quate fulfillment of such obligations on tho part of the had anything to do with the turbulent state of uirairs existing among the Sonicthing Wrong The resolution also gives the committee power to appoint subcommittees and to travel tosucli pointsas may by necessary to send for persons und The commit tee is directed to sit during the present session and after the final adjournment of the present congress and to make its report by the 1st of December next to tho Fifty second The resolution appro priates a sufficient sum to pay the expenses of the A preamble to the res olution says the killing of Sitting Bull ap pears to have been accomplished under cir cumstance recognized neither by the laws of peace nor those of A similar reso lution was introduced by McAdoo of New The Itiinm WASHINGTON inves tigation of tho charges against Commis sioner of Pensions Raum by the special louse committee was continued Charles Croulnger testified that he had carried a Monk sheet of paper from the commissioners office to a Miss as clerk in the mail with the Uni versal Refrigerating companys heading upon Miss Rouse testified to hav ug received the papor and writing a letter on it in connection with tho Refrigerating Tho she waa after ofllco and at the request of Bradley and Tills was all tho work she remembered doing for tho Refrigerator a clerk in the pension testified that she had never done any work for the Refrigerator She knew nothing of its affairs aud nid no stock in Indian About WASHINGTON Schoflold Monday morning received the following dispatch dated Rapid from Miles I believe or very nearly all of tho followers of Sitting Bull have been Sunnier reports the capture of Big Koots bund of numbering He hux been one of the most and throat Tho result HO far has been satis Commenting on Miles Schoflold said he thought t would not be very long before all the Indians uow in revolt would be mil the Indian for thu winter at brought to an Agreed on a Clotnro WASHINGTON sen ate rommlUea on rules lias come to on tgraunctnt on n cloturs rule and it will irohubly be reported to tho al houKh it may not be called up for con Idem t Ion until after tho when a quorum of Republican senators la expected j lie Worlili WAHHINGTON state epurlmvnt is now engaged in preparing he Worlds fiilr proclamation for the tents and the Issued vevy Au army of U moving aarona ml dUtrluU of Boutb devouring everything In Hi buy tvcn JMjje Fur Smyrna Oil Wire andiCocoa Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest in House The Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or HOWELL FRANK DEALER IN FOR AJSTHETJSERS BOTTJLED Also a fine stock of Genuine Wine Vinegar ou Goodi de livered to any part of the city of Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth Eaibles Choice Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on GOING OUT s BUSINESS T IL 1 Jt Now is the time for Bargains CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AT HALF PRICE CHINA AND BISQUE VASES PLUSH For Christmas at Ill SUITS I AM NOW HEADY TO PUUNJ8M BVKUr MAN IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF MADK JLOTH6 iSKLKOTItD K6PKCIALLT FOB CUV IN THK MOST BTVU8II AND At Figures that will Please NO McKINLEY BILL ON COOKING 8TOVFS FROM TO HEATING STOVES FROM TO SPECIAL ROUND MONITOR OAK Radiant Home Base THE BEST HEATBB8 ON ALSO THE GHAUPIOIf MONITOR Cook Stom o NO FLIES Jtiu   

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