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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 6, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON 1 A VOLUME jVjlTOX TOE mm Important Meeting of Wiscon sin Republican AND PiiPfTEIIES must have Room for ou NEW STOCK of ALBUMS and PAPE TBRIES now under w offer our present stock Third and Piasa The Fver POPULAR Sheet Solo CHOICE SELECTIONS PIANO AND Chopstlck by Oortrnao Dream by neoUiove impatience Banjo by n by T Eg Jack Frosts March by t by Greene Husslan Grand by tar of Affection howerof llosos by Streabbog by Vreath by Glcge ic THE he Stepping by Sidney OCAL AND IJteTItUMEVTAro OUR SPECIAL 10c Per 25c for 3 50c for 7 Copies 00 for 5 Catalogue PKEE on Apjilic or Mailed FREE to ni j Tlii danj Pim DISCUSSION OF THE DENNETT of nn to Which Could lions Tillinnn Tidal Mnvo In Illg Demo era tic impor tant conference of Republican took place here about midnight Saturday and extended into the early hours of Sun day There were present Sena tor John Horace Gov ernor Henry Paul Gintyand Kditor of The The nurty t he Milwaukee club and their session is said to have been an extremely interesting The Dennett law was discussed at grout and an effort was made to reach some compromise on which u plat form acceptable to both the governor and Koeppeu could be Sanalor Spooner acted as referee and did every thing in his power to get the governor and me bolting German editor to agree on the main points at No Agreement As far us can be learned the conference aid not result in any agreement being The governor stood solidly an i firmly on the ground which he has re peatedly that the state has a right to see that all its children are educated iu the English Koep peu opposed thisiissiimption as beiti un and claimed that all children educated in the Lutheran schools were bomg educated in the English language Horace Kublee was seen but de clined to be interviewed on the result of he He however that it would be perfectly safe to say while Governor Hoard was not opposed to amendments to the Bennett he still stood by the fundamental principles of the OTHER POLITICAL OSCAR NEcBES U f it r the nrjt o pass upoi mi committee vice NO 52 IN HIM n nut the again address rii coinprisi T consul nf voicis the of mitten mi 1 will slate to j thai it tin I I merited upon also to allthe In j the rou I tlmt Xecbe was not guilty but he was under the shadow of a rima suHcrod iu j a chain of i iMimstaiicm i to get case back to and it necessary to go o f mercy IKU for Dentil Tiiip for An epitome of the eyidence upon which Neebe WHS conviatey will to gether with a showing the surrounding circumstances which m his will endeavor to show that as ill present constituted the law provid jug for his cmviction has loopholes which the notorious criminals maj escape hut is a very deathtrap for The address merely alludes o the crises of the other but only as incidentally couneetej with and presents his case upon its own merits in order to create u public which will sustain the governor in the pardon of I Utest Dispatches from thel Seat of I AN iNSURRttff ION IN He SOCIAL EVENJTAT Ready Mixed Paints Oils AGENTS FOB THE Louis Vurnish Fine VARNISHES and terter 9ak Stores and Ranges Many County Convent lung Hold in Sou Hi S like 11 jillman tiil wave swept over the slute were lieM in and sevenil other and delegates worn i he farmers as it ia nlso 7mide u broad reach after conKiossionn In the Fourth district Norris in fhn Sixth were in j dorsed for vice Coihran and the present Kvery thins now tins an agricultural look mid I the chances are Krowlns dalv more prom m0 for the kind of u The Kimtiiclty elect pessed off quietly Uironghout the n fair vote Keiurns frrm Hty counties indicate eltctiuu for clerk of the court of apvns by a JJomuurntij Kiiiin of over iw over the Cleveland The IKmomiic candidates in the various dUtricSH for t ho ijpellate an I superior court jiuljruships veie nil as were nearly Till the Jemocmlic candidateH for delegates toll A vo vns Killed in but the count Jemocratic ticket was elected by mi and the people voted favorably c ie question of establishing free parks of Annie Jlllllloy to TltiiniHN NKW Annie Jau daughter of Thomas one of tne wealthiest citizens of was married at noon Tuesday to Thomas lasigi at the Church of de Paul on Twentythird Only the rel atives and n few intimate were but immediately uftev the cere mony a reception held at the St where a wedding breakfast I of was thejest man nud Miss Ktiitl sister of the and Miss vm the bridesmaids I he was aiisud medium ail ii years oid 1 he u ho is i business sof ilj years mid and Hoth bride are Unman Kifs me a fine hoiie and lot in nud n an iiukiiown but diamond fan a solid ji i ih that I from a IVhitt IMlnliin Si Excitement In dUpatch from miys that Gen Trun the of the Guatemalan has tnken near I that the of this place ins obliged the Guatemalan government to concentrate toward the capi A jiiaUiinalan dispatch says it is iitrue tluit an was made to Kstnale President I rilias and denies that the revolution is import mice Tho H no says that Munern tmnnervA VrSS the A special ilispitcii u the dip omatic corps h offeivd to nea tiatem of peace that t Her has been accepted aim that it is e n peaceful will be a wi bin a few Manilas says will not res he prefers death by the government con firm the report of the probability of th in behalf of pjace of th diplomats in Central America of his government and the Von Uon of powers in the in vermuvnt of Kenort the Chiapas frontier are lhat every is J HAD BETTtR Out in A BBIffi Mil Wlth Wale House to 6 I helan was i force to rake to Ue said ne o ualions were still but a lurjre sum of nioiiLv would to be raised Phelim says thiji with XX xvell rniMl go Quale and corner country He thinks the udians who tliat coun Iry be able th Mi b us far i lie refused to show upon what WN tin i were vonlV id that hr would 5 thiouxh ail MUST BE Dorsey Mann 310 Belle INTO 1 and rFo nH Whf c aud NeW Home and White Sewiug Machines Agents for the LINE Soothe Best KQAD CART the World for Hardware and Farm I Irst TiniB ilio ounty has gone Democratic on both slut nd local tickets for the first time sine The majority will be near lost of the northern while men mid negroes voted the Democratic ticket ihe force bill changed many white votes Victory for tlio SALT that the Liberals carried the election for county oflleers hero Monday by from 00 to 800 majority over the It has been a bitter struirglu for supremacy in county a Oolil tn NKW shipments continue more was engaged for shipment but these gold exports do not cause half so much comment in the street as have the exploits of silver certificate They caused il to be bullet ned nearly every day last week that tlieir broker and agents were huvin biir amounts of silver here for lOuropenn uc their purpose being to create the impression of a heavy foreign demand for our Now it leaks out that boom instead of buying silver here for ox were really buying on the other aide in older to support dm market And this isn the puasuntesl of news that all street can get on a holdav Miss of I he UnilOi Miss Slough i on and Secretary by his Ierding his j Yorlo al excite noiwihstandiug inuiTCLCion mid iKi to I lie pitty ut jut i i a cabinet b arrived iTnlt States steamer at After the fa nml inspection of wur hliips Jtiro Dolphin and The Buns were fired wilii ISO shell Vice President Morton iiccoiijiudLMl tl secretary on Tracy and part will remain a week until after tl return of Han Into The llugrildp sailed in th aftcrnoun at I oclock Xew York swinging to head for the ocean sh ran her nose the Dolphin lying a strikingher in the middle tl stern and making several ugly her stern Tracey in uediatcly ordered the Dolphin to sail fo HrooKlyn fur The Haltimon ceeded on her ore pro REDUCTION SALE SUMMER SUITS AND PANTALOONS MAIMS TO PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Iutnl of the result of an explosion of chemicals Monday afternoon in the olllcu of the liro brick and supply house the tire front of the building was blown out ami men puling MOTO at the time were hurled across the and badly bruised 1 he building Iv ami whuii imrllally ore bndv that of till president ol Uoswort taken out of the A AlyKliilnim uf i hecn at mystcrioiitly dixapp hclnt last i i ill the vlclnliy of t and is iibout years I parlies hino been out in every direction i all huj up lo lay j of her had been I u Aber special to The rat Kiht miles east of this place Suiiilay while returning from church ou a party of colored poople were lired from ambush with a gun loaded A woman named WIH and her was seriously No motives are known for the nor the assailant Tim of are working on Ply llli In Itoiim a The Duko o1 Port land continues raring a sonrci of calculated In mid greatly lie lias already won in Hlak M this and is cetainli iliiiie I In ul ver iihidrrably Ihongl tncie Is noehiiiicor Ids ainroiiciiing M unparalleled winning of weie tu l I ivspc s vud in Ins1 I I wlllln all lo IVSIMIC hin hU h il RUEGGEMAN BRO s lo Artlulo Tailoring and Qjnts Furnlihing Goods Emporium JnllT A IK li Km an accompllHlMvl girl r nccldenially Ihroiitfli ihn heart widl i to take a f rev a pocket In her nut SO yeirs lionoi li ilnlown Wiik has confeiied liat frcidi m nliiw tuinejl of ly I him a hJIcdlds hiniy Ins ini I I K iiii A i l Will 11 1 I Hitfiivirnm u the In oi tliy ll iutroducel in himbcr of iD providing or a mens have resumed by national bin the hoursremain and a panicky Ming Mill pievnils in com menial Comments on the crisis iress have been strictly rates of are falling but the premium on is u tlm Man Wyman murdereil Jeorge Kronsu wis taking him for Joseph whom he had forbidden to visit daughter Wyman met Dockeudorf with his daugh ter at a picnic last when the latter handled pretty J icsday he supposed was Doekcmlorf with his Inck turnnd and ileliberaloly plunged 0 knife to the hilt Kn wan taken ni 0There wan 1 largo atemlancu at Inetiday mornluKa esHion of the garment trimmerB and tailors ol North America at the new Ohlmrn All oclock the con von ion opened as a national trade assembly District Mcsler of commlltoe After ihe committeus the iporlK of deleuates T esday session ol vein ion ol the Brother hood ot Carpentersi an 1 Joinuri of Amer ica devoted to reports of the general and tlm appointment of the customary com I Im jiiestion mod of IarpenierH and uosorblnu branch of Hid Amalgamated arpeiilcrs was freely din cilbsed auuilig the 11 n house uu in their meeting Tuesday the oi vacant I of and minority ulu commjtteo will presented hoiiHo In a few d u thv DimI hum ago of fiun a party 111 ilirnumiiiiilini while under the iiiHuenc of and all tracoof lost until when 1ttr hi i Inxly lying fucu down had evidontly fallen and from Wlillw iuttri Wapev aed i wan drotrnad while lor piaris nearly lust his lifn in attempt 10 Tt Vlight l v J I appointed a loilUliiiB o ARE ACKNOWLEDGED THE Most lastinj and Unchanged through year Soiit lie KuUcd tnl trykur fboVeJ ln U8e Iu HOWELL IN OIL WILL BE FOUND LOlVERConsidering Qualities andStyles LARGER QUANTITIES GiODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE GUARANTEEING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete Satisfactioa 112 Thirdst   

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