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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  EVENING, DECEMBER 23. 18<J0.  RIGHI TO THE FRONT  Ahead ofj all Competition, w« p; ftc< . sorted stock of  our COUPLETS and well  as-  holiday goods  COMPLETE IN AMO Em ENT I  SPLENDID IN QUALITY I  OVERFLOW^!! WITH flENEROUS BARGAINS!  e our • ^ af line* if UU* rteSrtmsTt' 1     " n '\ ri *' ru,(I  *** "very reader to   —.......  DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLL BUGGIES!  Red Letter Day for Parnell and His Opponents.  TW* RESULT is STILL IN DOUBT.  examine ti OLI* Kit  Imc  W# offer the boil anality full el red. Goods at Lowest prices.* In china, wax, washable, I ii s< I ne, Jointed, rubber, pat# u t, ti reseed ald body mni musical dolls. Don't rail to see this line.  TOYS.  Intent SwinfffuK nod siioo-ny bora* et, Plano#, Wash Sets, Tea and Din* ner (lets, Buck and *<aw, Tool Cheet*, Marie lanterns, Tin Toy*,Iron Toy* Wheel    Harrow ►  Tot Geeks and Th hies, Carts and Kl-pre** Wagons. Toy Trunks, Toy Musical instruments, eta,, etc.  XMAS  t-r-*e-e  ORNAMENTS.  Hush birds.  Garland Moss,  Paper Ornaments,  Glass Lamps,  Candle Holders,  Candles,  Tree Holders,  id some forty cr i ire different d**  I ne of tree or-aments.  mr ff AF nr AHL MM*?! tip HJW-Photograph tioum . ,w« handle no trash.) Auto-graphs, Work Stand* and Basket., P dare Ih*h», * bird's »<*•, itnifi. aud Point. Set..  Drawing Caroa, Manicure Hearing-.et*, inf int ‘ -*    ■    -    -    •  jar and Cuff Boxes, Cigar cai s, Horn Goods  sets, I rave er . Grassing ase*. Col-Pe*fume ( ase*, gbell it aes, etc., etc.  X MAS AND BEW YEAliS ( AMMI, BOOM,! TS, Ar* -The most complete and elegant tnt ever eh own in Alton, and at Price* that win make competition weary, run aud tee or yourroxt.  ag-GAM fH of all kinds including th* populi i Halloa, Ana baal«, BaslGnda, Parch eeel, etc., etc.    ___ ____  AI,iT i JS03FK  r T f JS»  Music Moxee playing a, I 4, f and a aire, Violin  and Guitar  strings, Ac.,  Accord# o n * %  Harmonic *, I'm Tor »M>ek» 1-trt ii rebook#  Scnoois Sup pile*, Tteeuc  Paper* m I '  slides (Im  boiled and lorn) cetic Ar  Ac,, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.  aw select your HOLIDAY GOODS Don't walt 'till the last moment and rem un  i ture  any  •elected.  A merry Xmas once again And you shall navs It, one and all.  If you will look over our fteck,  Ami heed our urgent Call;  For all that's tine in the ll diday lins, You’ll sooner or later discover ('an be had by one and all If you look our stock over.  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  101 and 103 ear. Third and Plaiaitg, Alton.  Merry Christmas.  NICE PERKTJM KS  Sachet Powders, Candies, Combs,  Torn, Kine Soaps, —o— AT-  MiO.M lOc UP.  <. ’olo^ne, 11 rushes, Ktc.  Pi no Mir-  MARSH S DRUG STORE  ALTON AND UPPER ALTON.  READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS!  NBW GOODS.  SPCoine and See Them m  —HME—  GOLD and SILT KE  WATCHES!  —EICH--  JEWELRY  —AMD—  SILVERWARE  CLOCKS  In large Variety.  Accordians,  Volins  -AVD—  Gu!tars._  abs! their supplies!"  S-rlnn# Altercation at Kilkenny Between Timothy Harrington and a Mum.  ber of Priest* W ho Were Bori Against P.raeu-A Groat Hnllw., Inanguratsni    Seotlnad TraMc  Almost Paralysed—Other Foreign Notes.  Kilkenxv, Dec. 28.-Monday wa# alec Hon day, but whether the victory wa* won by th** I'arad Ii tea or anti-Pamelia#* it ie ropowAls at thia writing to tell. In the •any morning a eerioua altercation took place <u thia city between Timothy liar rington and a number of prirota Tbb wordy war w». occasioned by what liar rington termed the priest*’ Interference with voters. Hot words were exchanged on this subject, and, in spite of Mr. liar ringtoss protea ta, the price ta continued the work of influencing voters who went thought to be loaning toward Parnell.  I be pnefi# later marched to the polls am id Cheero and counter cheers at the head of a body Of voters. The ill-feeling in regard to the action of the prieat* in actively and openly influencing or attempting to influ eunoe voters is claaaed by the Darnel lite* aa I cing decidedly unfair, and there is a1 oasdy b>ucIt talk of petitioning against the validity of th# election in North KU kenny should Scully las defeated.  Parnell In High spirits. Information was received from Castle Omer to the effect that Parnell met with » hostile reception at that place. It was also stated that the miner* were voting mildly for llennesay. At I p. m. Darnel I returned from a viait to the voters of Sowmn. He was in the highest spirits, and announced that (rowran was “going splendidly," and that it would poll an a1 moat solid vote for Scnlfar, Davitt raised warm objection* to allowing Scully's election hill* and campaign posters to appear on the wall of the Gowran court bouse where the polling took plate amid much excitement, dilly, M p., fetched the returning officer, who ordered Scully's placards to be removed.  TRAFFIC ALMOST PARALYZED.  A Great Strike of Railway Kmployos la-augurate*! la -eolian,I.  (JI..LAGOW, Dec; 21-The long expected strike of the railway employes of Scotland, which wa* finally determined upon at Sunday * uieetiug, baa been vigorously inaugurated. Already the traffic of this district l« almost completely para!vied. Tbs very few trains which th* companies were I aide to get out Monday tuorning were manned by depleted crews, made up in part of new men and ran at irregular intervals Pickets were promptly placed by the union, and they are now endeavoring to Indue* th«* few engine drivers who re main faithful to their employers to denert the service In I juiarkshire, the striker* display remarkable activity, the engine houses, workshops and other company buildings being surrounded by a swarm of pickets. Ail mineral trains have abandoned the attempt to make their customary triiw, and the passenger traffic has almost ceased.  Grot talons for til* Destitute.  I grit don, Dec. I*.—Th* steamer Magnet, loaded with meal, potatoes and other government storm, has sailed from Portsmouth for Galway. On arriving at th* latter port, the steamer’s cargo will tie unloaded and the provisions hurried forward to the various famine-stricken districts of we*tern Ireland Th# government bas ordered that the steamers Sea Hhore, Hritomart* and Grappler, which have been engaged in work similar to that now being performed by the Magnet, be for three months longer continued in the service for tbs transportation to Ireland of fond supplies.  The By rand-Boatward Case.  DABIX, Dec 38—La I an terne, in an article discussing tbs result of the trial of Michael Kyraud and Gabriel!# Bn nip* rd for the murder of Iou seal nt (bouffe, serfs that one of the jurymen who served upon the caw* was a bankrupt which, ipso facte, annuls the verdict which sentenced Kyraud to the guillotine and Bn rn pard to twenty years' imprisonment at bani labor.  La Drmoe says that in the event of no appeal tieing made, or of its failure if made, Mile. Hopi {lard will be transferred to th* central prison at Re tine*, there to serve out her long sentence.  Purchased a Stash af Sympathy.  Los I ion, Dec. 23,—The movement of Scotch railroad employas is now bopelaaa of sucre** It received some encouragement from a certain number of stockholder*, who believed that their property could be profitably managed with shorter bour* and 1**ttar pay for the men Then* stockholders have, however, been bought oat by th* directors, so that now there ta a virtual unanimity of opposition to tbs men's demand# At this season of th* year this is believed to mean defeat of tim men.    ______  Aa l'ssisil Thing aa the Thames. London, Dec. to—The unusual spectacle of skating on the upper Thames la now being witnessed, and has added a much en-    TIME.  Seminary Girls and Yale Buys Jest Stake Things Hum.  Bkidgepokt, Conn., Dec. 23.- Train Die patcher John Carr, of the Housatonic rail road, bas just returned from Btate IJ ne Mhhn , and tells an amusing story In con nection with the forwarding of four Pull nan coaches of Yale college student* to ( hicrtgo aud point* west. At Hist* Line four Dullman coaches from the Boston and Albany rood, Oiled with girls, wen "' letracked. The girls were from arm marie* near Boston, Farrington and other points whore there are young ladle*' finishing schools, all on their way home for the holiday*  A Soulful Expression of goy.  After waiting until « o’clock at night the girls inquired the cause of the detea tiou, and were told that their train wa* to be coupled up with the special from New Haven shortly due and Ailed with atli-deuta. Dispatcher Carr says the girl* gave * wild yell of delight and began ring mg aud dancing. They were aware of the approach of the students, but the latter did bin know that a trainload of girls were waiting for them until their train drew up alongside the seminary special Ami the Girls Weren't alow.  “Then,’ continued Dispatcher Carr, “you never did see at;rh work. TTto girls sung and waved their handkerchiefs aud the student* tumbled out of their train just too quick. The porters could not get the door* locked and the students swarmed to tile seminary concite*. They climbed over the roof and into the windows, and when both trains wen* coupled together th# girls and toy* had distributed themselves through the eight Du 11 man coaches, all singing and in a high state of enjoyment You could not tell which waa the Yale and which aas the rn* mi nary train. Everything wa# all mixed up just like a picnic." Dispatcher Carr added. “What nervy swells those students are. and yet the girls were not so slow, either."  Took Mach Pales with His "MbaS*."  RTBPEEB VILLE, Tex, Dec. to.-Laat Thursday James P, Nelson, living two mile* from Mtopbenvili*, came to town, bought a new snit of clothes, deposited 97V in the bank, dressed himself, went to the school house that night, made a fire, put on hi* kid gloves, drew some benches t«*geth*r, took a do** of morphine, lay down tai his back crossed bb hand* over his brewst, and in this condition wa* found by the school children Friday morning, Insensible, but still a1 iv*. He died a few hours later. The girl he wa# to marry died recently.  "Moille Matches"' Attempted Deal.  CU. VILA XI), o., Dee to-The lafayette Bauk, of Cincinnati, wa* robbed nine years ago of flu,(xx) In bond* John !<araey, of this city, known aa “Mollie Matches,' wa* in Cincinnati at the tim*. He is now in the Joliet prison, serving a ten years' sen fence for robbing a Galesburg, Hie., bank In DSX.* A few days ago th# owner of the stolen bond* received a letter from iaumey offering to dlactose th* biding place of the bond* if bis liberty could be secured. The tale of th* bonds waa stopped at til* time of the theft  (Mood ta t rout af a Train.  Wichita, Ran., Dec to-I noma* Pl nm mer, a farmer, to years of age. suicided Sunday by throwing himself in front of a pea**-tiger train on the midland route running at the rate of Aft) mile* an hour along the Li it I* Arkansas river. Plummer jumped on the track about IOO feet ahead of the train, raised his head and stood fat Ing the train with a determined look. The engineer whist led. put rn the air and i»-vrraod his engine, but Plummer waa rolled under and torn to piece#.  Baa Dews by a Train.  New Yoke, lice, to—Two colored min ■t re la. whose names from papers found on them are supposed to be Fisher and Mot gen, »ere driving from Brooklyn to Mid die Village, I* I., Sunday evening, and aa they were . roo*mg the Ixxag Island rail mad track# th* went-bound mail train from Glean port struck the wagon The men war* thrown on th* track and the train |UU***I over them, killing than) instantly. A banjo and guitar were found near the wagon  Baw Horns for the Mormons.  Lima, Ohio, Dec. to —ll. L. Faurot, the well-known banker of thia dty, who la alw* president of the Columbus, Limn and Northwestern railroad, returned home Satuniay and announced the consummation of a deal with John W. Young, the tide* son of the late Brigham Young. whereby th* latter comes ta possession of 8.wo mu arn-* of land which a aa granted Mr. Faurot by the Mexican government three years ago The land will ba used to colonise Mormon* upon.  Haw to KUI a Chirks*.  Peoria, Ilia., Dec. to—James Hannon, while showing a funeral party how to kill a chicken Munday, broke th* neck of Patrick Lyon, to year* old. The entire party were Hitting in a saloon after th* futu ral, and Hannon gave Lyon's neck a alight twist. The fact that the old man waa dead did not develop nntll several hour* later when the party anon to go home. The practical illustration had broken his ■■to*    ______________  Raid Bobbery St Chicago.  Chicago, Dec. to—latte Hatunlay after noon, on Twelfth et reel, near the Wisconsin Central railway crossing, four young highwaymen pinioned the arm* of Henry Mc  ■  Senators Very Tardy About Getting to Work.  KATE  DAY’8 PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS.  Confer***-* Report on th* Mtonx Heoervn-Hon Hill Adopt**! in th* Meant* and n Hr «o| ii I Ion Introduced In th* Huns* to Investigate th* Killing of fritting Hull— Th*- Ha ii rn Investigation Hon. Miles an th* Indian Situation.  Washington Citt. Dec. to —Thee* waa filch a small attendance of senator* Monday at the opening of the •enate that Hap ria demanded a call of the roll. Only thirty-two senators responded to their names twelve lea* than a quorum. The  sergeant-nt-arm* was then directed to iv  quest the attendance of abluent senator*. A half hour eloped before a quorum made its appear* nee. Hill wa* loc oed to rntab lls!) I) e record and pension office (rf the war department. Th# conference report on tie Houx reservation bill wa# adopted. Hoar KC ce notice that be wontd at b:»* in the a K ruooti oak the a Date to take a re-(vw* until a o’clock. Various conference reports on building measure# were a*.recd to, The house amendment to th* --nato amen Intent to til* urgent deficiency bill (striking out the appmproprialion for the pay o clerk# for senators/ wa# non-con mirrtd in.  Higgins un the (Sleettun Hill,  The election bill wa# then taken tip, leggins securing the floor. He said the (•ending measure did not in any way taka i the control of elections from the state authorities, nod a1! deciarationaagainst it i were grout die** aud taxied on mdhing i lait I old mi-renr.-.-motion. He com- I •tented on Senator Stewart'a objection to the bill, nm that it wa# a force bill, bot I that if wa* not a force Mil. Replying to tome of Gray * argum-nt again*) the Mil on the ground that the appointment of supervisor* wa# given to the circuit judges, Higgins and* rtook lo show that In various state*—Maryland, Virginia, North Cero I na nod ..them - count y rom rn I wi oners (who had the appointment «*f judges and clerks of ele lion at the pn  ( inns* were not elected by the people, but were appointed by the governor or th* h*gi*U»?ure; and hat, in that respect, the pending bill wa# not open to att ark,  The Dry la the Hone.  Hie house devoted the day to the consideration of Hf.aim pertain.tig to the District of Columbia, and at 3 13 adjourned.  KILLING 0F~SITTING BULL.  BARNEY & BER TS.  Pitts  315  ITS NO SECR  & Hamill,  Hello Street.  joyed feature to the holiday season. Th# Canister, a wholesale potato dealer, po,-.-. I  Household, Domestic and Standard Sewing Mc’s.  Sewing Machine Needle# and Repairs of all kinds,  Hold, ► ilvar and steel "P ctacles to Suit All.  Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Repaired.  at  See the Selection of Ball Programs  Third  and Belle sts.  Mook Bros,  How is the time to get Begins in Plush Cloaks  -AT-  H. F. EEHNE’S.  winter i* the atormie«t for a decade in England, but th* facilities it affords for sleighing and skating go far to make ap for the discomforts of such a season in other respects.  M ill (Hayes** with Fatal oiBrtaU.  London, Dec. to—A circular has been issued which informs the branches of the Irish National league in Great Britain that, owing to the financial position in which th* league find* Itself, the services of most of th* paid official* of th* organisation will ba diftpaniied with.  Mu ct* ut* aa a Huat far • fight.  London, Dec. to-The $00 students who volunteered for the Portuguese service in East Africa hare started few Lisbon. They will be employed to protect Portuguese Manu al*rid, and ars quito likely to get all the fighting they want.  Split HU ahull with a Cleaver.  New Yoke. Dec. to—Detective John Foley, attached to Infector Byrnes' ■quad. was killed Bondsy night by a blow from a cleaver in the hand* of an Italian saloon keeper named Antonio Besailono. The detective was pax*mg an Italian batcher shop when be heard the not*# of a fight mode, aud entered to quell the disturbance He had '■carrel/ entered tbs door when He** I lotto rushed at kina buried a clearer in his skull.  a revolver against his head, aud robbed him of lf D and a gold watch. The robbery wa* witnessed bv seven men, including a watt Etnas, but, (bey mad* no effort to pre vent it, and allowed tile thieves to escape  Th* Indian* VV ant th* Earth.  Pink Rime, 8. D., Dec. to—Blow Bull cam* in yesterday to ask Gen. Brooks to gire the Bad land braves the earth aa a Christmas present, No arrests, no punish-Uh mr ut*, no taking of guns, heap more ration*, forgiveness, and lava arr a few things on his list Hitting Bali's Iwxvss have given th*- troops the slip ami ars making for tbs Bad I amdt  De* pa rat* right with a Burglar,  Bloomington, Ills., Dec. to-loamier Young, residing near tbU city, had an exciting encounter with a burglar at an early hour Sunday morning Th* burglar attempted to shout Young, firing at him twice Young struck him with a chair, knocking th* revolver out of hi*hand, and tbs burglar fled, leaving his weapon and all valuable# behind  Plenty af lee tor Meat hummer.  Boston, Dec. to—With the week dosed Saturday night the ice harvest in many parts at Maavachascite was th# largest for years so early in th* winter Th* ios is from ten to thirteen inches thick la different localities  Blanchard of LmmDUm* B ant# th* Matter I a veal (gat eg.  W AAH I NOTON City, Dec. to - Blanchard of Loui»ian-i introduced in the house a re»oiutioti providing for the appointment of a committee (rf five members of tho house and directing them to inquire into aud investigate the killing of Hitting Bull, and th* immediate cause# teaming to hi# death, and whether a state of war existed which justified his turn mary taking off; aud if not what juriiflcntioo there was, if any, fur hi# violent death at the hands of the Indian police of the government. The resolution charge* the Committee with tile further duty of investigating the threatened Indian outbreak, and the caum- thereof, and whether neglect by the government of IU treaty obligation* with th-Indiana, or the tardy, or iliad* quat* fulfillment of such obligations on the |svrt of tile government, had anything to do with the turbulent state at aflair# existing among the Indian#.  Ko mr I It I og VV mag Kame where,  The rtsolution also giros the committee power to apiatint sub-committees and to travel to Much point# at may by necewaary; to •end for persons and palier# The commit toe is directed to ait during the present session and after the final adjournment of tlx- pre-oiit congree# and to make it# yeport by the tat of December next to the Fifty-second congress The rtwoJutkm appro prune# a sufficient sum to pay the expenses of the committee A preamble to th* re* obi lion oaf* the killing of Hitting Hull appear' to have been accomplished under cir* cumaUuc* rn ognixed neither by tbs laws of peace nor t bo#* of war A similar (volution waa introduced by McAdoo of New Jersey.  Th* Baaa# Iav*#ttg»t!o*.  WAimxGTON OTT, Dec. to. The love*, t. gat ion of the charge# against Commis ■ioaer of Derisions Ka urn by the special house committee waa continued Monday, ('barie*, (run t> gar teat lied that he had carried a blunk sheet of (taper from the comm!winner’# office to a Mim Bourne, aa clerk In the mail division, with th* I'ni versal Refrigerating company's heading attern it Mum Bourn testified to hey log received the paper and writing a bittor on it in connection with the Its frig* rating company. The work, site said, won after office boors, and at the request of Bradley and Tanner Th I# wa# ail th* work she remembered doing for the Refrigerator company Mr* A C, Fatten, a clerk In the pension office, testified that she bad rn i cr done any work tor the Refrigerator company, Kb# knew nothing of it* affair# and or, ued no stock is it.  That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ewer orouwbt Wn cad show you Bomething New na often aa you coll in:  CARPETS:  Tapo-lry,    Body Brunei*  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp  HST CtTRTAINSt  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  UNT RUGS:  Fur Moquotfo,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums. Oil Cloths, Wire andiiCocoa Mats.  Ladies Uke to ace the Newest and Finest in Hooae Decorations.  Laciest way to rn** them is to Call frequently At our establish whether yon wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  Tho  FRANK BUDDE,  DEALER IN  Wines and Liquors.  —©— AO ENT FOR —-o—  ANHKUSERB BOTTLKD BEER.  Also a fine stock of Genuine Wine Vinegar on hand. Goods do-livered to any part of the city free of charge. Southeast corner of and Fourth sis., (Raible’s old stand.) Alton, IU.  Choicfi Brand* of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  GOING OUT i BUSINESS.  LEYSER BRO’S.  —— Now is (lie time for Bargains-  CHRISTMIS PRESENTS AT [HALF PUCE  TOYE, CHINA AND HIHQLK DOLLS, VANES TABLER, CHAHIN, ALBI MR* PI.UNH CANEN,   For Christmas Presents, at-  LEY!®. NO, 202 THI STREET.  I tttl lam Trouble# A bawl Over.  WACH I SOTO* CITY, Dee. to-Maj (im. Midfield Monday morning received th* following dispatch dated Rapid City, 8. It, Dec 22, front Gen. Mil**: “I believe ■JI, or very nearly all of the follower# of Hitting Bull ha)* been captured. Col. Huuuur r* port* th* captor* of Big Foot's band of Hi.HIX, numbering ISO. He ho* bevil on* of the moat de (Urn sod threat ming TIM ms ult so far baa heen satisfactory." Commenting tm Gen. Mila*' telegram. G*n Schofield said be thought it would not be very long before all tbs Indians oow lo revolt woald be raptured, sod the Indian trouble*, for lh* wiuter at least. brought to an end.  A arrow OK a (tolar* Bat*.  Wamiixoton Cm, Dec to Tbs **n-%Ie committee on rule* ha# rom* to mi agn-vmeni tm a cloture rule and it will probably be rv(#>rt*d to th* ornate, although it may not be railed up for confiders! ton until after the holiday*, when a quorum of Republican senator* isexpet ted to is* precut  World'# Fair Fro*lams* Ion.  Washington CITY, Der to. - The stat* leparitnviit is now engaged in preparing lh* World * fair proclamation tot the pre*. Mem 'n signature, and tho proclamation ■rill be issued very shortly  An army of locust# is moving aero** ***. ira! districts of Victoria, Now South Waits, dfvourlog everything hi its track lh*} rvt a cross I arg* river*  fall suits.  I AM HOW READY TO FURNISH STUIT MAN IM ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SOU OF CLOTHES,  MADE rf'IM IfiTHt .SKLKCTRD ESPECIALLY FOR  PAIjL WEAR.  Cir. IX THE MOST STYLISH MANNER,  With. Perfect Pit,  -AND  At Figures that will Please All.  H.C. G. Moritz.  no McKinley bill on this.  COOK INO 8TOVFB FROM $4 75 TO $50. HEATING STOVER FROM $5 TO $47.  if BHL BOUND Mom OII  —j  Radiant Home  —AND—-  Base Boners.  THE BENT HEATERS ON EARTH.   ALBO THE-  CHAMPION MONITOR Cook Store  —o— NO FLIES ON THIS. ~o—  H, A. HOFPMANTV.  IOO Md IM E 8 SOO DD Kl.     9    

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