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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME 30. RIGHT TO THE FRONT .,rU.d«ock°ofa!1    P'»« .COUPLET* .ml -.ll ... ^OIjIDAY CarOODS COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT !    " SPLENDID IN QUALITY ! OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS! • xiimbiemtr rn eganUI    "l”[mrtm.'n*11    V*** UOLKKB and GOLD PBN for Udie.1 Bd^JJiSS! *for%IfftSSfg 'Vu! ALTON. ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17 17. 1800. NO 163 Michel Davitt Get. a Crack on the Head. . reader to •hit nil* PBN Our price f Lit. WO,.,. ***.,«,* Ic*., .I.I v—nu.-    Bo,,.,..,..* DOLLS! DOLO! DOLL BUUOIKS! w » offer th* beat quality full *l*ed. Good* at G*w«’«t prt ■*>*. In china, W*x, washable, bHque, Joint bu, rubber. natant, circuited Kid body And musical doll*, Don't mu to ane a Un*. TOYS. Patent twinging anil xfioo fly hora-ra, nam a, Wash aft* tm and Dialler Asta, Huck and xaw. Tupl Cb—ta, Mrtal’ 'l-antern*. Tin Toyajron Toy Wliwl Barrow* To' Desks and Ta-bl*.*, Carta and Ka-pres* Wagons, Toy Trunk a, Toy Mu •leal Instruments, ♦•ta,, at<*. X-MAS TR-iE-E ORNAMENTS. Pluah Bird*. Garland Moaa, Taper Ornaments, Glass Lanpa, Candia lloldara, Candida, (Tee Holder*. i id alima forty or a >ra dl!T*r»-n» da i na of ira# or-aments. •Pl AMOY AND PLUIM WO^IIH— fliutofra*ih    hnn.ii-    —    -    , . .ar and Calf Bo,.,. Charta, a, Hor* o£^"f pS|KS| 5l£ BuVTSJ a raal* ate tatc^ °f aU k,B(1* ,BC,u<llnl «*»• popular llalma. Anabas!*, Basfllnda, Parch- all sorts, Music Bo, as playing I, I 4, I aal • airs, Violin and; Guitar strings, Ac., Ammino as, H i mottle, I, 1‘rayar bonk, Picture books he ti oui ii Hup Pita*, TOMM aper, al I shades (Im ported and ImmMMHC. Ac. I Ac.. Ac Ac., Ac.. A*' A#- felect your Hoi,! BAT Goo BB now I Bon’t walt ’till tho last moment and ramam ber wa will lay aslda for uturn delivery any goods now ■elected A marry X mag once again And you shall nave It, one mad all, If you will look over our Black. And heed our urgent call; Por all that * fine in tha Holiday Una, You’ll sooner or tatar discover Can ba had by one and all If you look oar stock over. EXC1 NG TIME AT BALLYNAHILL. Parnell *„«! I*,,*, Attempt to Address Mem,,*, h, (lo** Prosliuity to Ktrh Other «ml the Ma—It Ie * Donnybrook Balr Mind of a Time -The New. Cm.**, litten ae K«e.temea I In Ouhlln Other Foreign Hem*. DPSUN, Dec, IT,—Intense excitement ha* I tee ii created here by the receipt of news of a serious conflict at llailynahill and the wounding of Michael Davitt Bar MJI w*„ addren*i„g . meeting at that place ut aday alula at the name place and time another meeting wa* being add re**,*] bv . , and Tanner Ho clon,* together were the meeting place* that the Tok— of the orators of one party were plainly audible to tho— of the others. Wk    Thr    *un    <    «»u>menee». The * J ie,* he* were of a moat violent character, and the words of the speakers were interrupted by cheers, insult intr Jeer* ana defiant erie*. I’nruell's a p pen ranee wa, the *igaal for a mighty outburst of applause for hue adherent*. The arrival of their leader*, coupled with the galling Uuuta of their opponent#, aeenied to excite the r*rnellites to fury, and with a wild aud Midden rush they threw themselves upon the opposition meeting Promptly Jumping from the sp—king platform, Daylit ana Tanner with the prieata by their *ide*. placed them*, ires at the head of their friends, and fighting de*i»erately and fiercely drove bark the atta, king Par uelhte* Stick*, clubs and Mon— were freely used Michael Itavitt Hart. Davitt. while pressing on in the front of hi* "lip port era received a severe scalp wound Many others are known to have been more or less neverely injured, but nothing more than the most meagre de-tails are yet to hand. In this city crowds "unfunded the bulletin board*, and pun, lusted their reading of the new* with hostile erie, and taunt* In some instance* blows have been exchanged, and the evidence* of bi, ugly feeling are everywhere displayed where men gather in groups to discuss the situation or defy one another as the case may be Those Missing Hooks. London, Dec. 17,-The Tim—, in connection with Mr. Dessey’a aa—rtiou that the follower* of Mr McCarthy were In po*n, **t.ii, of a complete statement of th* funds of th* National league for the past fro yea— say* that they will give out the —crete of the miouDg hooks which wert sought to be exhibited befur* the Psrtiel' commission. Heath st New Haven, Cobb., of M*J. Gen. Tee w, NKW HA Vt s, Coon., Dec. 17.—Mal Goo Terry, U 8. A., retired, died at hi* real deuce in this city at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning. Heart failure due to Bright's disease wa* the ca um- of death, lie had lite ti IU for over two years. Gen Terry wa, bori, at Hartford, Conn . Nov. lo, 1887. He grailuated from Yale, studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1848. He Ii*—me clerk of the court of New Haven in IBM aud continued in that position until JBfln. At that time be commanded the Second C onnecticut regiment and he marched with it to the war. Ile figured in a nun-tier of engagement* and during I WU he command,,! (he forts on the Atlantic co—t of Florida. Made a foil WwJ<>r General. In March, Jm>, he was made brigadier general From May to December, IWM, he —rnmended tho Tenth corp*. Early in January of IWM, be carried Fort Fibber by • ***ult at the head of the first division of toe I wenty fourth corps, aided by Com-| in odor* INirter’s fleer On Hept. I, IWK, he was mustered out of th* volunteer **rv' I— and put ii command of th* Dakota department in the military division of the Missouri In March, Ism, after .be death of lien. Hancock, Gen. Terry was made a full major g» neral. At the time of his d—th he w— IM years old. HE WONT THE BET. A Reporter Bests His Way frau at. Louis to New York. *B* York, Dec It—Will Perry Ashley, a newspaper reporter of St. Lwh, walk, d into the editorial rooms of one of the city paper* Monday night and asked the city editor to look at his watch It was precisely ll so Mr Ashley heaved a sigh and —id:    Well,    I    win    my    I vt to the min ut#,” He bad ended a most novel trip, He is connected with a St Louis newapa per and la«t Monday night the managing editor made a wager of intl* that Mr. Ashley could not travel from St Louis to New York in one week Wit boat paying hi* far* on any railroad and with hut Pi In hi* pocket. Tie route he wa* to take WM by the way of Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore. Hie distance was 1,640 mil— Ashley started out on Ixtard a coal car and was put off nine Urn— in IOO miles. Then be jumped on a vestibule train and rode sixty five mi ic- This wa* tit* only one of the kind he caught on. The remainder of th* journey wa* on freight* and afoot. He Mid be wouldn’t undertake it again for CHRISTMAS MENU. CHAS. J. DEGENHART, Hiland 103. cor rn Inland Pin— Hts, Alton. ITS NO SECRET. TW our STOCK ie the MOST COMPLETE arar Drought to Alton. we aaa show you Something New as often ae yon call in: CARPETS: Taped ry,    Buriy Brussels Ingrain,    Art Squares, Bag or Hemp XIV CURTAINS: Dado or Plain,    Luce or Portier. INT RUOS: rur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies like to ie* the Newest and Finest in House Decorations. The ftoai—t nay to tee them la to Call frequently at oar establishment, whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL Julius H Raible Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. Haring removed my buxine— to my uew building No. 116 Fourth, between Pitta and Belle Sfteeit, I shall devote my entire attention to tho    1 WHOLESALE SALES Mil kinds of Wines and Liquors, where all DEALERS will ti- t i* 10 I heir Interest to Purchase their Supplies a Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Largest and Most Select Stock of Fine WINES and LIQUORS cver brought to this City—on hand,—and a complete Homing Department Established. Call and Examine. Julius H. Bai hie,Belie Fat bar Fahy Gal of Jail. DPIUI, Dee. J7.—Father Fahy, of W oodford. Galway, ha* just b—n released after nerving a ail w—k‘a term of imprisonment fur an uffeo— aga lust th* crimes act He at once proceeded to Kilkenny, where he will advocate the election af Mr. Vincent Scully, the Darnel lite cand! date for the bou—of common* from North Kilkenny. An Injunction Granted. Dr blin, Der 17.- Cooner I acting for the adherant* of Israeli ha* applied for, and th* court ha* granted, an interlocutory injunction r—training the publication of suppressed United Ireland, the lim edi Stoa of which the McCarthyite* issued Monday. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. W ell Done, Father Hr in I ruff IxiNlHiN, Der, 17.-- Father Kemiroff, a priest of the Kuaxian orthodox faith, ha* eau***! some consternation by preaching against Iii# p< ran otion of the Jews at the monastery of 8t Mu bael, near Ode*** Th* holy synod Its* his ca— under consideration. It Gam WI! hunt Say lag. Pabis, Dee. lf,—la na interview had with the bishop of Nancy the pop* expreaeed his warm approbation of the policy *ought to I*-inaugurated by Uardinnl Juivtgeri*, looking to a uuiott of church and state in France. Fatal Hotrl Fir*. Dibun. Dec. 17.-The Royal Hotel at Kilkecl County Down, wa* burned Monde) Might. The guests were —ned by ladder*. A girl jumped from an upper window aud received fatal injurie* F> mud the xtrangler on Trial. PASIA, IM 17.- There las great ush to obtain admission to tbs Kvraud trial, a filch Ijegan Tuesday. Over l.uUD application* for ic k< t* have lai n refuted within the let it few deja 11 lite** af the Fop*-. Rome, lice. 17.—The pcgie'* illness ie declared to lie pneumonia, resulting from a cold, and at hi* time of life the co Mat- j queue* * can not lie other than serious. Want ta Cark th* Saprem* Coart. St. Pai l, Mina., Dec, if.—At th* state Federal mu of Labor Sunday, with dele gatea from all over the elate, a resolution was adopted with tremendous applause proponing an ameuduieut to tbs constitution of the state to prohibit the supreme court from “defeating th* wiU of the people in favor of corporation*,” Labor people are determined to have such a measure Introduced in the forthcoming le„,datura. I*ru*l<tn for aa Kid (—federate. Waskimotov City, D*<    17    The    com Balesioaer of iienaiona having referred the application of George ll. Coffey, Company C, Third I uited bt de- vol ti a teem to Assistant 8*x v iiusery for opinion, toe latter de nies (hat the claimant, formerly a Ct—Irdrrale xohiier, but who afterward aeried in the Union army more than aloe-ty day* ami received an . honorable di« charge, is entitled to raeeive a pension. CrrUhetl la the (ald. UHAttLOTTgTowit, P K I, Dee 17.—Last Friday night un aged couple named Higgins, left bere in a team during a violent enow storm, lur their home, about three mil— from is-re When wit Mb a half mil* of their residence they drove into a snow bank, and bvcoadug stupefied wtth the intense cold. were unable to-extricate them—ive*. I hey were missed on Munday and found by a —arch party. Mrs. Higgins had ber bg* frown solidly up to tile knees, and *he •lied shortly after living di* covered. Higgins' hand* and feet were frown and have beeu amputated Ii* is delirious ami unable to tell th* story of his sufferings. Nation* I Cit Urns’ Alliance. Kmwiua, Kau., Dee. IT.-J. D Holden.of this city, who at Ocala. Fla . wa* choses president of (br National Citixeu* alliance, ha* rat unled home He my* the alliance Will be a secret political organisation similar la nature to Hie Farmers’ alliance, sad its member* will I*- drawn from those who sympathise with the political vb-*» of that party. Its formation la largely due lo Ralph lleattuiottt, a well known Knight of Labor from New York National head quarter* will be established In W allington Oty at once and an official organ will be published. Mr. Holden say* BUU Cill-•en* alliances have been formed already in this state OY8TER8. HAI TPn At°unv,5ILK JOl P WI™ KICK. SALTED AUM ° NBS.    CELERY.    OLIVES KHKMnH pci? WITH FINE HERRS. ROAST Kiv s* C,IIP TVTAT0B8. mon fmrtlrram __CRANBERRY    SAUCE. BRA itn SS    ASPARAGUS    TIPS. BRAISED DI CK.    BAKED    MACArtONI( a LETRTE SALAD. ■vAitau iJrJ?'    macaroons. ENGLISH PLIM PUDDING. BRANDY SAUCE COKPEE. FRUITS.    CRYSTA IJZED GINGER. be    ^    and Up*«** MMttmentof St>Monable Cloodito K. F. DETERDINd’S. FOR HARD TIMES. A Ac BOX COUOH DROPS. I®c BOTTLE COUGH SYRUP. 10c BOX FACE POWDER IOO POTTLE COI/RJNE. lOo PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER. IOC BOX GOOD LIVER PIM* 10c BOX OOOD SALVE. • ■•©— AT—0— MARSH’S DRUG STORE ALTON AND UPPER ALTON, BEAR THV MIND - THAT AT - S. H. WYSS’ DRCO STORE, Ii RBADqUABTKRX FOB HOL*DAY GOOD-, et 1 ll .%« 1 1 ^SH A V?\(}0Im'a VmAN1 ’ WOKK HOXES, 8MOKINO 8Ere-FINE PERFUME^, ETC., ETC., ETC., BTO. togVS£52rr^rtep,J^r,7tHli ^si? ' A?p^2li1Miuw<,ailfoto.ri'<S E ,nJU *• in ^YSS, Druggist* 652 East Second st. °lephone *    •    Open    Day and Night. HOLIDAY (.’(Kills. OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND NOVELTIES IN - Gent s Furnishing Goods, Neckwear, Scarf Pins Hats and Caps. Snits and Overcoats Vade to Order, at PE1UB.N LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY AT MiffnnA,fl SKATES Nvuratt Failure ut * (’•un,)lunl, lt*ah., Pa., Dec 17.-The door* of the Clearfield < chi ut y bank wrraeioaed Tuesday titoriu tg I he de|MMit(>r* areaafe by a mortgage un real fatale for three times the .utmuui cf dei* *u The lialdli-itiea ara ( '•**).UUU aud a*aet* iiWVu.taw The owner iif tin* batik, ex Tutted State* Senator W lliiMin A. W iiliare, ha* ap|siint*<l J. 8. N. Mc ' »rn*k ut Harrisburg; W. K. Wallace aud A U. Smith, of ( b arfieid, aaatgnee* Ofttria! I ••ant ta Mlrhlgaa. La»m*u. Mien., Dec. 17.— The state canvas I tag b«>«ixi rotitpleted the orth ial i aunt .Monday abow mg that th* lh-iii*u rate electee! their en) ira alate ticket by pluralities ranging frota ll,ABO on governor to TOU on *tatr tn-a-ur r. The »«*tr«i »l-> found that Hie Demo, tat* had elected nine out of eleven congrammen, although two Democ r*t* pulled through with margins of Im* than WO each. Fear* ut Disaster. Bocthpokt, Conn., Der. 17.—Fear* are entertained bere that five steam l>arg* City of Utica of New York. bound for Wed .Wirt, ti rn u., with coal, ba* gone to the bottom «f the sound with all on board. The Utica left New York last Thursday, and Sunday afterin*iu life preserver* ahi) other wreckage bearing tim name City of 11 tea were washed ashore W ii bout F<mmI fur Fortji Day*. Nkw You*, Dec. IT.-For the drat day •lace he iiegan hi* experiment of abstaining from sold food Signor Sin *i lost no weight Monday. It wa* the ft rf seth day of in* .'art. Iii* pulse wa- » im ;-. r thau on any <*f the three* prert-di >U,- He drank thirty file ounce* cg n nt«el and Croton water BARNEY & BERRY’S. Pitts & Hamill, .‘Ho Belle Street. Am ,%**lgM*e** Nta.eaueat. Ntw YoUB, Dec. 17.—The statement at Assignee Robert K. Dieksoo, of the aa-signed firm of (tragory, liatlou A t o,, I banker*, filed in court Tuesday, show* lie. I biiitie* ll .-IAN, ll, nominal aaaet* F4.fl7.38M, and ac tual a**e(* ll 4> 6*il. Tb a*-wt*ara mostly beld a* col Lateral, ii<8 more than yn.iiit will at pre**at t*-c !nto tb* PALL SUITS. I AM MOW UK AK) To FURDKilt MV I. KY MAM IM. ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MAKE ftGM Unit* -EIJKTtK M*PK<TaLLY FG* fall wear. Cir? IX TH* MOAT XTYUflH MAMXIK, WAtli i Perfect Pit, bend* of t he assignee. I’trrioM' d tty (he Govt 'aer. MAKIL*** )\ u., I Vee. 17 Iii I xx) Vincent Smith, a »• ddeut of i’«»htigo, killed David Prix tor, who lied betrayed hi* wife. ii** wa** in meali*t to prison for twenty five liar* but Tuesday tbs governor |wtrdon.*l blin a* a ivauit of aa elo* qu*x “pi*-*;! made in ilia own bebait ■* ox no ay tie,! un ii a r. > pl ll,,,. IHNVt.iL De. 17 Over IBI* tnt kmea of j the Tex*- dn Ilion of the Ft. Worth aud Denver row*I wen paid off aud discharged Tue*-*lay Tw- Ive men have iieretofore beni work<ug un a neetiou. The management t taint* th*, the road I* In fine condition and that 'our mea to th* ■ectiua can keep it in r pair. AMK At Figures t licit will Please All. _ O. G. Moritz. How is the time to get Bargins in Plush Cloaks H. F. LEHN ES. ;