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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME  RIGHT TO THE FRONT  NO 169  Ahead off til Coin pet.lion, we place our COMP1 FTI?    n  sorted stock of    '     LhTh     » od  "•!!    m-  HOLIDAY GOODS  COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT I    w  SPLENDID IN QUALITY !  OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS!  •MjSofwJ j2S!T IlnalnVhu! flej.KrtmJn' 11     JJS™ JJA WI iMtr to  UOLDKK .nj VOLD ne* for LU,,?.    KT o S SSi'b "oKSK$o"  ~*w°:r; i *:r     oin * ”**•  juT ~ n '    SOO.W.,«.,«■  DOLLS! DOL LM DOLL BUGGIES!  Vincient Scully Defeated About 800 Votes.  by  We offer the t>«**t quality full •UMI.  t.lHXl* St  rn ••«. In china, wax, washable, bisque, Jo! ii t»*ii, rubber, patent, dressed Kid body end musical dulls, iain't tall to see this line.  TOYS.  Latent R winging and Rhoo-fiy horses, llanos, Wash lifts. Tea and miner Nets, Burk and ,h*w, Tool Lhfsts, Music Lanterns. Tin ToySjIron Toy Wheel Harrow* Tov Desks and Ta tiles, Parts and Xx press Wagons, Toy Trunks, TM Sp slcal Instruments, et#., etc.  XMAS  t-r-»e*e  ORNAMENTS.  Plush Birds,  Garland Moss,  tailer Ornaments,  Glass lamps,  Candle Holders,  Candles,  Tree Holders,  id some forty or I ire different de ns of ire# or-tiuents.  THE M’CARTHVITE8 ARE EXULTANT,  A ad Claim They Will Here a Rweeping '  ,r,or T In the Coming General bilection — Kaoration of Mr*. Mein* IMereey, Who Murdered the Wife and Child of Mer Paramonr—The Railway Mirth# In Scotland-Other Foreign Items.  KiLKMmr, Dec. 94-Sir j ohn  Pop. Hennewiey, the candidate (rf the antl-Par-nrllitMM. is elected bf about « majority I he official count baa not yet bevil competed but can not greatly alter the*# Ag urea. The rot. in the northern division of county Kilkenny ha* been officially announced, as follows: Sir John Pope Hem  skating, when the ice broke tinder their weight and fourteen of them* were Im uiereed. Five were drowned before aaaistAnce could reach them. The others managed to extricate themselves from their perilous nit oat ion.  Emperor William Gotag to Lo ado*.  Lox DOM, Dm. IM.-It la said that. the German emperor baa announced bb Intention of paying a visit to England next year, and will probably be ber. during the Lindon ne ai in. Buckingham palace will lie pre j Htn-fl for him, and it b thought probable that che (jneen may come to london to give one or two state entertainment..  A Noted Composer Dead.  CofKWHAGEN, Dec. Bt.-Nude Wilhelm Dade,the composer, is dead. He was born In thb city Feb U, 1*17. HU first great com-position wan “Nachklauge Von (balao* in UMI, He has been master of the Chapel Royal since IMM, and wa. voted a pen Men of 8,000 crowns in 1871k  TUB MAW FILLED.  A Michigan Man Chosen for the Supreme Bench.  JUDGE HENRY B. BROWN NOMINATED  The ( sareeItch at Bombay.  nesses-    "T    BOMBAY,    Der. at-The oum-wlt.-h has  Peso.nol    ....    ’.“f    arrival    her#    on his tourof the cant. Upon  __ wISJ uFJ* J’H? 11,1  Aluuiu . (we handle no trash,) Into (HL? *^ ,ct “ r * K«««l8. «'hlld’*    Brush and Comb aet*.  Dressing ( ase*, Manic ere Mots, Charing nets. Inf int nets, Trave er's Dressing eses Collar and Cuff Boxes, Cigar Cas-s, Horn Goods I’erfume Cases, hhvil it aes, etc., etc  XMSR AND WW TKA RH Ca BD- 4 . MKKLITt, A '—The most complete end elegant c»r your** nN* ^  n . and at Prices that will make competition w«*try. Call and see  IOT GAMM of all kinds Inclndlng the popular Hanna, Anabasis, Haslllnda, Parch cee!, etc , esc.  ALL SORTS.  Music Boise playing I, I. t, • and I  airs, Violin  and Guitar  strings, Ac.,  Accord# one, Hit- monte - s, Prayer books ru'turebotik* schools Hup piles. Tissue t*ap*-r« a I shades (Im ported a nu Uunesttc. Ac.  Ac.. Ac . Ac., Ac., Ac.  Vt Belee  your HOU  DAT GOO DB now! Don't walt till the last moment and remember we will lay aside for (tars descry any goods BOW s sleeted.  Pamelllte Majority, l,14«. The majority is en much larger than was expected or estimated by the cloaent observers that it was received with tremendous cheering by M'-t.arthyitee. They are exultant over the result, which they consider but the forerunner of a sweeping victory in the coming gem ral election. The I’arnellites art- greatly cast down and generally concede the cause of their leader to be hoi*-  MSA,  ( -Miplain! Against the Clergy.  Vincent Scully, the defeated I’nrnelllte candidate for election to the house of common* from North Kilkenny, has filed a petition praying that a certificate of election be not granted to Sir John Pope Hcnneoay, the successful candidate of the anti Daniel lites Hcullya petition is based upon the allegation that undue pressure was brought to bear by the priests upon the illiterate voters of the constitu •Bcf. Especial complaint is made of the action of the clergy In connection with the canvass of C'aatle Comer, daring which 1’arnell and his friends are alleged to have been assaulted by a mob led by priest.  DIED ON THE GALLOWS.  A marry Xmas oner* again And you shall nava it, Ona and all, _ I If you will look ov«r oar stack.  Ami bead oar urgent call;  For a1! thAt's Ana in the Holiday line,  You’ll sooner or later discover Can bo bad by one aud all If you look our stock over.  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  101 and 103 cor, Third and Plana hIh, Alton.  Merry Christmas.  NTICE PERFUMES FROM 10c UP.  Sachet Powders, Cologne, Kin© Candies, Combs, Brushes, Alir-rors, Kine Boa]is, Ktc.  —O— AT HH-  MARSH S DRU j  ALTON AND UPPER ALTON,  READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS!  NEW GOODS.  SPCoinc and ee Them.  —nut—  GOLD and si LY ic a  WATCHES!  —RICH—  JEWELRY  —AXD-  SILVERWARE  'M  CLOCKS  In Large Variety,  Accordians, „ ljlw  V olins  ?V Y9^e)    —A.D-  It  And their Suppiii  .Silverware#. Guitars. _  ►    Ami    ti    Hr    Supplier  Household, Domestic and Standard Sewing Mc s.  Sewing Machine Needles and Repairs of ail kinda,  Hold, ^ liver and Steel Spiciacles to Suit All.  Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Repsired.  See the Selection of Ball Programs, at  Mook Bros,  How is the time to get Bargins in Plush Cloaks  -AT-  H. F. LEHNE’S.  Elevation mt London of Mr*. Nellie Fierce?—Her Crime.  I/WDo*, Dec. Si—Mr*. Nellie Pieroey, the murderem of Mr*. Hogg, the wife of tile former’* paramour, and Mr*. Hogg’*  Infant, wa* hanged here T need ay morning. Bite left a confession in which abe acknowledged that her punishment wa* jual. but the aaeert* that much of the evidence against her st ber trial wae false aud pt-rjured. Th*- execution was conducted without accident of any kind. Reporter* were denied admittance to tim priaon by the governor of the jail The telly wit mm** were such as tbs law permit*, being official* of the jail, physician., and juror. The woman’* death wns easy.  Wan tad ta he Arretted.  .. | Pal*Mio, Dse. Si—An anarchist namad Gregoire appeared before tbs French consul and requested that official to place him under arrest. Gregoire said that he whited to be arrested so that he might be enabled to appear before the court In Park* sud give Ills testimony as an a bat tov In the flight of Podlewski. who is alleged to have murdered the Kunstan police egent, Gen. Sell'*• chuff, in that city. The consul refused to comply with the request. It hmi heretofore besa reported that Podlewaki took ship from Trieste for nome South American port. Gregoire, however, told the consul that he was probably hiding la Sicily.    _  Industrial MMustion Im Italy,  London, Dec. Si—The great army of the unemployed in Italy grows larger every day, and ae It increases In airn It grows more menacing. There are SO,OOO Idle workmen In Milan alone,suid the same relative proportion holds good for the other cities of Italy. At tbs same time, the peasantry Is in a half-starved condition Agitator* are urging the suffering people to resort to violence to procure bread, and robbery and other crimes are rampant. A favorite form of theft la to despoil th# churches Forty churches In a single locality—that of Ferrara—have been robbed. _  loBi.-thing ta Fest# la Year Mats.  IX) iv DOV, Dee. Si—Americans Intending lo pay a visit to Germany should paste In their hate a new decision of the supremo court of the empire, at I ail pele, that if you remain seated when tbs health of the emperor is proposed, yon are guilty of the crime known as taw majeetaa, a sort of petty treason, punishable by various degree* of imprisonment and German prison diet. As t bs case presented and decided applied only to the emperor, ll may reasonably follow that tho same decision would bs arrived at in the case of the other German sovereigns, who are very numerous    ___  Matol* et Twsaty-Flv# Pace.  PANIS, Dec. IM—The term* of tbs duel arranged between M. Du may, a member ol the chamber of deputies, and M. ' Brouaee. vicechairman of the municipal : council of Paris, call for pistols st twenty j five peons, lf the exchange of shots does : not result in Injury to either party the duel ie to be continued with sword. The j duel, as already announced, is tho result of e quarrel Tuesday in the lobby of the Hotel de Ville between the two gentlemen named, during which M Broose# struck th# deputy a blow in the Caon  Th# Y. ML C. A. ta Parte.  PAMA Dee. 34. —The Young Men's Christian association of Paris bae organised a company to be known as Im Hodete Anonyme Immobiliera de (’Union, ft Maria with a capital of NM* francs, which will be increased to 080,000 franc*. A handsome building, containing a free gymnasium, baths, library, reading room, had, ate., will ho sveetsd. liberal Mid bas bean given to the enterprise by New York  mends    _  . Ht lr Issei the Baiperer’* Speech.  Bx BLIN, Dec. Bi—The Hamburger Neck-riehteo vigorously criticises Jtmperor William’* speech iu Mooing the educational confervous. The paper deciares t hat It lo bn possible to learn or understand history backward, a* he wishes done. In the speech referred to tba emperor advocated the study of modern history and Urn goatee nu her than ancient history and the dead I-tugnag*.  The Ball way striae rn pee sa.**. GlAtoow. Dee. Bv -lbs railway strike has extended lo fuunourgh, Five thousand men si* now out and traffic is completely suapsaooa. _  Five fteheolboye Drowned.  London, Dee. BA—A sad en ired Monday at Rosita, Prussia. The buys of a achool la that town ware oat  the landing of the ornrewltch he was reived with much pomp and ceremony by the British civil, military and naval authorities.  WHI Rsdnee W age* Jan. I.  London, Dee, 34.—Several of the iron rn ae tern in the Cleveland district have given notice that on account of the condition of t rade they will be compelled to make a large reduction of wage* in Jan-nary. _  A ST. LOUIS GIRL'S LUCK.  Indications That ahs Will Marry the  Wealthiest Man la Mellen.  St. Lodi., Dec. 94.- Juan C. Armijo, a young Mexican now living In this city. is made by the death of hi* father, Nicolas F. Armijo, at Albuquerque, one of the wealthiest men in Mexico. Young Arad jo I* Bb year* old and bas lived in St. Louie for the last four years, having come ber* to complete his education. His father was many times a millionaire, and Is reported to have lawn the richest man In Mexico. After tbs young man completed his Bindles he returned home, bat did not remain long, coming back to St Louin  1.1 Ii cd HI* Laadlady'* !>• tighter.  It then begau to be noticed that Fannie A rill strong, the 18-year-old daughter of his boarding house landlady, and the I young Mexican were on very good terms. Tbs young woman ia employed In a dry good* store and I* handsome and brilliant, Armijo’s father died Saturday last, shoot-I lug himself through the heart while auf* Bering from softening of the brain. The young man will start for home Wednesday to take charge of his vast interests,   1  and It is mon* limn probable that he will ’ be accompanied by an American bride  Became Insane en a Train.  Baraboo, Win, Dec. 91 —An exciting Bowne occurred on a passenger train Monday afternoon at I avail# station A young • man named Mr Don aer, who was on his i way from Montana to spend the holidays  1  at bls home in Scranton, Pa, became sad denty Insane and attempted to jump from the car window. Before the train reached Reedsburg he became no wild that It required three men to hold him. The Bara boo authorities were notified and the young man wa* ordered taken to his destination in charge of Deputy Sheriff Brooks, of Reedsburg.  Pennsylvania Manufacturer* Fall  Media, Pa., Dee. 94—Judgments have been entered against Samuel J. Levis It Son, extensive manufacturers of Clifton, tor 6*9.800. The largest of these is in favor of Mooes Brown Sone Sc Co , for 001,800, and tm this execution has been Issued. The Brown* ere the foetors of the Leviem in Philadelphia. Another judgment ta in favor of Anna P. Levi* for 07.900, and still another in favor of Hannah H Levte for 110,1b. Both are daughter* of the senior member of the firm.  Big Railroad Rn tarp rise.  ST. Loris, Oso. 94-Tha Evening Chronicle's Little Rock, Ark., special Nays: A big railway enterprise was put on toot hen* Monday, the Fort GU woo. Tabla quah and Great Northwestern railroad filing anil tai of incorporation. The road will run from a point near Rogers, Ark., to Fort Gibson. I. T , penetrating a country rich in mineral, timber and agr! cultural resources. The capital stock is Au),UUU The incorporators are among tbs wealthiest men in northern Arkansas.  They Will Bose* Reel p melt p.  OAKMX* City, Kan., Dec. 94—The new secret political organisation known as the “Knights of Reciprocity” is about to form a state association by organising a grand lodge for the state of Kansan Numbers of prom I nan I mam bar* of tba order ar* now here in obedience to a call promulgate! by the supreme lodge of the United State# nod founder of the new order, asking that a meeting of the chief justice* of subordinate lodges be held hers to establish a state lodge.  •tele Seven Faire af silk stork Inga Baltimore. Md , Dec. 84-Among the Christmas purchasers at a store Monday was a well known Catholic priest, from  whose pocket as he was leaving the store a silk stocking was observed peeping oak The priest was called back, taken to the fourth ll ••or. and (bere informed that he must submit toe search. The priest to-plied, "Oh, there is no ooeasion for that*’* and then complacently took from bis pocket seven pail* of silk stockings valued at BASO per pair.  Uke* ky aa ONI ear.  PH ILA t> ELMI LA, Der. Si —John McCarty,  Bt yearv old. wae fatally wounded by Officer Se ip Moi'arty with two companion* we** insulting women on a street corner when Help approached and ordered them to movr on Thereupon the* attacked the officer aud t ho latter nsad hie revolver, the ballet striking McCarty in the back. Mo-Carty will die. The officer was badly beaten during the melee._  Threw sh*IU Fifteen Mile*.  Now YONA, Dee. SA-Tho government  engineer* at Sandy !I«*-k teated a new thirty foot riled gun Monday. Shall* were thrown fifteen mite* out to aaa. During the operation* Private Adlay wa* badly injured. hie heed being struck by a steel bar which wa- knocked off th* gun carnage by th# recoil.  A Brief Bk etch of HI* Career'—The D*y’i Proceedings tm th* Anal* nod Hon** rn* XvprvMnUtlvM—Indication* Thai th* Indian T roo blea Are A Hon I Boded—Ne ■Comity Between the Colored* Scanter* —Other Washington New*.  Washington City, Dec. ai -The pros! dent has sent to the senate the following nomination*: Henry B. Brown, of Mlchi gan, to be a-Hoclnte justice of the supreme  court of the United States, vice Samuel F. Miller, deceased; GBL Charles Surgeon, to lie surgeon general with the rank of brigadier general, vice J. II Baxter, deceased; Msj. I,ewis Merrill, U. 8. army, retired, to be lieutenant colonel of cavalry, undar authority of act of congrres, approved Sept 97, IWO.  Sketch of Judge Brown’* Life.  Judge Henry B. Brown was born st Lee, Mass., March 8,1W, He graduated from Yale University in IMM, having for hi* rifM-niate* Chauncey M. Depew, Judgv David J. Brewer and others who liavt since obtained national reputation He began hts law studies at Hartford, Conn., ami received his degree* from the Hartford law department. In 189V he came to Detroit. In April, 1881, be was appointed deputy United states marshal and assistant district at barney. His connection with the latter  office continued uutil 1888, when he___  appointed judge of tile Wayne county circuit court to fill a vacancy. In March, 1875, be was appointed by President Grant judge for the eastern division of Michigan. Politically Judge Brown has alway* been a Republican.  NATIONAL LEGISLATURE.  Committee Appointment* Mad* by Speaker of tke Hoes*.  Washington CITY. Dec. 94—The senate Tueeday took ap Hie Morgan resolution offered Monday directing th* committee on privilege* and elections to amend the election bill to as to show what are the changes and modifications intended to br made. Morgan discussed the resolution until th* morning hour expired, when the elections UU was taken up. Calla ad dressed tbs senate In opposition to the measure.  The cloture rule was presented to th* senate by Aldrich and ordered to ll* over.  Bom** Proceedings.  The house agreed Tuesday that when it adjourn on that day it be until Friday. The speaker made the following nommitte* appoint meats: Ways and means, Brei ken ridge, of Arkansas; commerce, Dickerson, of Kentucky; postoffice sud post roads, Boland, of North Carolina; education I Angst-on, of Virginia; labor, Miller, of South Carolina; expenditures In pas torii c« department, Pindar, of New York; bank tag and currency. K. R. Hey*, of Iowa naval affairs, McKenna, of California Stone, of Pennsylvania, and Magner, ot New York; public lands, Wright, of Penn Sylvania; agriculture, McDuffie, of Aln bama; expenditures in treasury depart meat, McDuffie, of Alabama; reform In th* civil Bervie*, Whitelaw, of Missouri. Th* bouse then at 19:05 p. rn. adjourned till Friday.    _  THE END IS NEAR.  Bin Few* sad His Fellowing He Treader ta tke (lever em eat.  WARBINGTON OTT, Dec. 94 — Ma j Gen Schofield ha* received the following tela gram front Gen. Huger, dated St. Pool Mina , Dec. 83: "Big Foot with hi* folio log, including some of the Sitting Bal! fugitives and those disaffected Indian* from Cherry Creek district, and th* Cheyenne River reservation, who joined Big Foot with them, surrendered Munds} to Col. Sumner. The rest of Sitting Uull’i people who came to Cherry Creek, with th* exception of a few who may have sought shelter at PIM Ridge, ars on their way under conduct to Foil Bennett for ear render The Big Foot people will he sent to Fort Meed; those surrendering at Ben nett probably to Sully. Th* Mumm dei and disarmament af lites# two faction* practically end* th* probability of gay serious trouble with the Indians ut Cheyenne River sod Standing Rock reserve Huns, and Ie a good step towards Badin* th* whole trouble.”  Catered* Reset**-* Ars Friendly.  Washington Citt. Dec. 94.-Referric* to reports purporting to come from Col oredo that his reelection Is uncertain he ca UM of th* opposition af Senator Wet coit. Senator Teller said Tuesday: "Sana tor Wolcott Ie my warm supporter and ha* bern from th* atari. I have never conoid ared that there wa* any doubt of my election dm th* result of tie legislative station wee shown to bs favorable to th* Re publican party. In all except on* or twc Instances lh* Republican county and die trict conventions passed resolutions indorsing my course in th* senate and inst nick lag the legislative nominees to vote for my return  8 KATE S  BUBOES  UV  BARNEY Sc BERRY’S.  MU Hid  W orld's Fair ('ommlasteaers.  WARBINGTON CITY, Dec B4—The pre*!  dent has appointed the following named commissioners sad alternat* cora mission era to the world a fair: David W Curtis, alternate for Wtaoosln; Ixonia I, Will lama. comm tab mer for Alaaka; Cawl Bpubn, alternate for Alaska; M A Fuller, alternate for Alaska, Edward Deli ruff commissioner for Alaska.  IteMator Hears! Qwlta IIL  WARBINGTON Cm. Dec. 94 Th* eon dltion of Senator Hear*!, of California, who ii suffering from stomach and bowel* trouble, is not much changed Ha is still quite 111, sud it Is probable that It will  some time before his dallas in th*  will be able to rosa tm  Pitts & Hamill,  315 Belle Street.  ITS NO SECRET.  That our STOCK ie the MOST COMPLETE ever oroofht to Alton. We onn abow yon Something New aa often aa yon call In:  CARPETSi  Tape-try,    Body Brussel!*  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  IN OURTAINSi  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  TTvr jehjgvs;  Fur Coquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  ladies like to ere the Newest and Finest in House Decorations. The  wtadteL i?, see them is to Call frequently at our oatabHahaaaai.  whether you with to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  FRANK BUDDE,  DEALER IN —o~  ines and Liquors.  —-O—- AGENT FOR —o—  -AJNTHKUSKR’B BOTTLKD BEKB.  Alto a fine stock of Genuine Wine Vinegar on band. Goeda da Urered to any part of tho city free of charge. Southeast ooruar of Bella and Fourth its., (Raible’e old stand.) Alton, Iii.  Chillo# Brands of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  GOING OUT * BUSINESS.  LE3YSER BRO’S.  — Now is the time for Bargains-..........  cultus PBESERTS IT HUF PUCE  TOYS, CHINA AND ItlKQUE DOLLS, VARES TABLES, CHAIRS, ALBUMS, PLUSH CASES,  -For Christmas Presents,  LEYSER’!:. NO. 202 TRIED STREET.  FALL SUITS.  I AM BOW KIADT TO FU KBISR BV BBT MAN IV; ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  ■ ID* Iva 1LOTB, .atUCTID urCCUU.1 FUS  P AIjLi WB A FL  COV I* thb moot stylish Manito,  XV-itH Perfect Kit,  -AND  At Figure* that will Please All.  H.C. G. Moritz.  A NKh k mf Keeb’a Lymph Arrive*.  Xx* York. Dec. 84 —Among th* paw sanger* on the North German Lloyd ateam-ehip Spree, which arrived Monday, were a large nam lite of medical men who brought bot ti"* of Koch* lymph hack with them. Mr. and Mn. A Navarro, ae* Mary Aiidsnon, wen also among th# pan •engere.  A aeeeeeafMl Trial Trip.  W ass I ROTON City, Dee. 84-Tbeaavy depart mrnt ha* received a telegram from Uapt Casey, president of the trial bonn) of th* Newark, elating that the sea trial of the Newark Monday wa* successful Further trial* to teat »|ie*d will lie matin  TrwalM*! Chleagoaa Iteal.  Chic loo, Dec. Bl—Henry Field died a1 ll o’clock Munday Bight at hts mansion Bld Ontario et (wet. By hie death Chicago loses a rinsed whoa* name la linked wit! soma of the moot notable bu*)neea enter pries# which have marked it* growth anf  Cgm* during th* last quarter of a eea y Ha was a member of tbs am OI Mar*hall FUld A Co.  no McKinley bill on this.  COOKING STO VPS FROM $4.76 TO $60. HEATING STO VEU FMGM $6 TO $47.  iPECUL RODIS MOXrrOB OU  —-AND*-  Radiant Home * Base Burners.  THE BEST HEATERS ON BARTH ALSO THE ——  CHAMPION MONITOR Cook Store.  -o- NO FLIES ON THIS.  XX. A. HOFFMA3VW,  too Md us a Moore sr.     7    

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