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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                DAILY 14 I OLUME MlIDAY KOVEMBER 1 BOX PAPER FINE LINEN STATIONERY of lOcperEn 1 One quire containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes Only 25c par Put up in large white 10 sheets onr best with 10 envelopes to Only Also These Select and Superior Writing made and put up especially for OUR include the following popu lar shades C R E A P E A 0 PR I MR 0 8 IRISH B ENGLISH ELITE LENOX Our large quantity purchased of these SELECT enables maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 Give these Goods a trial and you will find that they ara oomiderable less in price than you have been consistent with 10t and 103 Third IF YOU NEED In Regard to the Successor of SOME PROMINENT MEN MENTIONEDJ An Interesting Hit of Qoitlp Which1 Connects the Name of Dan Irfickwood with the UittuiW from the the Illlnoli Democratic Centra Committee Buy of thi of Alliance NEW Buns Wash ington special gays Now that it Is beyond qucstiou that the Damocruta will have coulrol of the next IIOUBB of representa speculation is being indulged In with regard to the of and Crisp of are among the most prominent of those whose names HW mentioned for tlip at Texasj IB cred ited with no amnitipQ for and has frequently stated be would prefer to be known merely as the leader of the and chairman of the committee on and of Indiana of and of have also been named for tlio of West Vir regarded on all sides an one of the brni rriest men In the would un doubtedly tmike an Dan Lookwootl for The most interesting piece of which WHO much discussed Wednesday points to Dim Lock the nawlycbouen member from1 as the next It is urged in behulf of thU new such he may be when the idea lion per haps not yet occurred even to that it will not bj advisable for the Dem ocrats in the next housa to cbootu un ex Confederate for their the In the person of has had the office for the last three con and it Is litue that some other sections should have the That it Is should be the and of all suites la the north is the one which it is the most desirable to BHVO in to make any man speaker of the house would contribute largely to this LATE ELECTION What Illinois JUeniooruU Bay of the In the TlilM disirlAt by a majority of Filek In the Egth district by a inn Jorlty orm fhe stato in con grau will atauil elx and five from Sullivita county indicate the else tlou of Gtorge fbf Bcintily instead of Uulesa oUlciAl re turns inake further in tlia Hut the iKucmbly will stand 08 to 60 imil the wilt a nmjorlty on Joint ballot In the leg Semi offlclal relurnR from all the coun ties give the eleven out cf thirteen the ticket by miijority control of both branches of the A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Good Cough Perfumed A Good Healing Nice Soap or GO TO MARSHS DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET Thfct our 8TOOK is the MOST COMPLETE aver orougbt Wo Mtt show you Something New M often aa you cull itf Body Brussels Art Rag or I3XT Dado or Lace or I1ST JFlTJCSrS Fur Smyrna Oil Wire and Cocoa like to tee the Newest and Finest in House The Hasiait way to see them Is to Call frequently at our you wish to buy or HOWELL BRUEGGEMAN Artistic Tailors and Gents Democratic Htate central committee Buys thelegisla ture on joint assembly willstand 101 Re 101 and two Farm ers alliance rOne of the alliance of the has said that he willaffiliate with the Democrats on all party butwill not vote for Palmer for UnitedStates The Democrats hope to gain another representative In Hiirdln where the returns areyet This would give Pal mer a mnjurity of 1 on Joint Tho Cook County The police returns give Frank the Democratic candidate for a tb The towns give a ma jority of If the police returns are correct Gilburt Is eleotad by a ma jority of The alsp elect the county buperior judge and the Buporinttuderit of The Democrats elected the up pallute court tho court the criminal court the county aiid A The lltpiiblicftiis liaye a mrtjorityln the board Of cbni uiisilonergwhich1 last year was controlled by ithti The Stutu Thursday morning sevulUyeight conn ties in the state heard mid A miijority fbr jof three counties remain to Ofthese t an nijfgregate Re publicanmijjdrlty In nnd an aggregato Democratic If followed closely this give Aniborg a nmjrfrityover Wilson of or more than Governor Fifer received in remainder Ofthe state Biifeinto jo rl ties witU the possible exception of Ud f6r supurlutendentof public runs behind Ambergs The jvbte throughoutthe1 as compared With that of tike Merrlniu Ww from sixty six counties give forgdVernpr votes and a plurality of for It looks as If Merrlum was The Fifth congressional district is still iu plurality over In the Fourth district Is plurality over Baker in the Second Is about plurality over in the First district bos a safe majority over in the Third The alliance will proba bly bold the balance of power in the state Klectccl Democratic 7 The Repnbll concede the election of In tin Second congressional district by a plurality of 60 to This theDonio crats the two congressmen from this slate Uoth parties claim t IIP The guy they havechosen 18 and possibly and nfll haven working inujorliy In the The Democrats givetho and say thtre In no choice In one They continue to claim the nouue aiid a majority of the leg islature on joint New York NEW latentesti mates give the Democrats in the next bouse of representatives 8JG members and the Republic inn to the latest is eleclel to congress from the Twentyeighth district by Jens than 100 The still claim Noyes election by a very small The district Is com posed of Schuyler and Tompkins The Connecticut legisla ture stands 8 Dem ocrats lot 181 Dem ocrats with one district to hear Republican miijority on joint or The congressional are as fo lows Lwis Doin Charles Hobort Tne legisla ture have to settle the election of Bow It Went in Post In telligence states that nccordiug to the re torus and estimates from all the counties In the Binte received by that for congress him a plu rality of iinj for the capi in Thirtyone Hepnbli can stale Minatorw are elected and 2 Dem ocratic utato withonu bounty The assembly 73 Republi cans Alliance Men In South alliance informationfrom sixteen coun ties in South Dakota shows for governor to have plurality ovor and The same returns elect ninetytwo alliance members of the Tho Repub claim to have elected their ttutc and congressional Had for Repub lican central committee concedes that the Ingalls will have u majority in the They also concede the election of the alliance state with the possible exception of governor and six opposition congress Arrival New York City Explorer OVERJOYED TO MEET HIS Aiiflomnu Fnmtm Hiitl Snuiley In Fitting ICxplorur Not Iu Mpeiik of the Roar Guiiri In Afrlnn II n I em tie Voroec to NEW big with Stanley and pwvly on board piiKued qniiriintlne Ht 8 oclock ThuritOHj but the fog wnt so dense tbitt ti took the big liner tivo hours to come up the At iiiiiu tter of Hloiileys Tboinos E hyard and Flndlry Amli who while on The New York Hcnld Hen t Stanley to Greece In anil aflerward to Spain during thu Carltst uprising Hi and wlio Htarted him oh his first African expedition to find Liv wont on bonrj 1 met Stanley wiui ovnijiiyed his eapeaiully Col A fltlxen of the United Mm in WHJ cnmed Stanley to luivpty Sluiiley svtlcl I you from my boart for your kind welcoma to my h This is a far dlffereit day from tho tWeutyihne yerirV whenT away irom the harbor of New Yorkto re port to yon in I am deligbtel to relurn for the third time for a vUlt to H mid and aoople Influeucu and um deeply Al tnough I havelMon absent HO I um H citizen of the United you and I am glud to feel that lam a citizu of bat 1 goand cjuie whenever jtud wuereydr duty calls Here I am again back from the gloom of a that was much unknown to thu one is the glory and of the The Rear Gunrl Stanley was to sfty some thing about thu rear Ktard troubles add the stand hi London piipers have taken on it since Stanleys departure from I ot wish to sny much about it and h live not read the ixondon pa pers carefully enough to express on opin 1 object to stir the ter up I am forced to do The log books of rear were signet day by duy ny the offloers of the day Bart or in together with the offlciul reports of the This is the whole nfliiir In as brief as and expresses my 1 am Justified by inriy ceiisurea of tJie rear which wastlje the attack made upon me iu ibe r Wife with With Sianley were his who WUH Dorotny the Eugliuh artist her the who will act ou his torian of the und Mouute ney a favorite ofSlum Tie party cnrriagea to the Everett Tno formal ton to will bo at the Metro Michigan Democratic by It Is safetd predict from latu ruturus tlat the state Is Democratic by 10 000 majority ami that the legislature will bo Democratic ou fusion vote wllli Patrons of The Duraournts elect congressmen in Seventh nod Tenth districts Uio Kopubhoniu iu the Fourth and The Republicans claim the Eleventh district and that the Ninth Is Koiug Iu their but the Dumocrats claim both districts M SAS thou sand and ninetyfour precincts of n total ot in Ihe Including 107 preclnctR In Sun gives the fol lowing nVureH for gov Dem Mark bamu plurality Quite Difference Iu thu NKW moruing pa eitlmaios of the standing of the next bouse vary The Times es timates Ibt majority of the Democrats at The Humid makes It The World The SUn 164 and The Tribune Re publicans concede a solid Democratic congressional Pundleton car ries the First district by 800 the second by Aldcrson the third by Cape Hart the Fourth by figures from two thirds of the counties In the states indicate the election of Powers for governor by a smalt Ills Canton special suys Warwicks election is conceded jby Opera house Tuesday sven Thu reception caiiimfttoe consists of BOOuicn prominent in llt eriiry An Iowa Is coining to front as homo of ooto BHiarUu Only a year ago 0 of who has1 passed his h cballenged any njnn in United iBtHiestof his nge to run foriy rod foot race for This never reculveda Inker Owen has drawn his Now comes L Gnrfitlil of UUbOih who claims to ba the best and bicyplUt of his age intbe United States iimi Issues H challenge to all cofn He a sufeity most of his tlmedn bis rldei into the fte th oldesi member of the League of American JFALL ASD WINTER SUITS Hade to Order at Prices LOWER tliun any other Tailoring Home in the WorkniuiiMlilp uad Perfect Pit Cull and Our Stock Before Buying 1 l W m fUvotton In Tho official re turns will be required to determine thu result pf the ejection In thU The Democrats claim tliey elfcted the atflto Attorney geuvrAl and to of public Tho concede the traanurrr nud a largo Democratic gain In the assembly but not BUttloleut to give the Douioorats Out of eight repionoutoiWes In this county the DemooraU claim six Uopubllcaus conueda Nearly Complete On Nearly com plete unofilolttl returns on sanitary of wUb few pirtly estl has plurality of rf maluder of the stale ticket is probably M Mo VarUnil liMdi tne odn nrturas elect Went Through a SAN an early hour in the morning a freight train on the International and Great Northern railroad through a bridge ncroxB Comal near The flrst span of the structure gave the engine aud three loaded curs were pro oipltatad to the water a diatnnce Kuainoor Hally and Fire inan Jpues wero so badly liurt that they will foiltioveriuueut WASIUN0TOK board of management lor government exhibits it the Worlds Columbian exhibition de termined lit ito nwetlng TbtirHilajr to pro ject Itu plwni upon a ex exclusive of the building or tbo cost of which It limited by law to It tms also durermlued to fix ninximuni Hunt for floor gpaue at UlK llUie N welU largest In the ban been Jo tally destroyed by Two other liirga and a number of adjoining wareliiiiisett were iiiul the flro njirea I ruplilly along the The lout Three i wreck oc curred on be New Ontario and Western railroad Wednesday it Ja point between Cjirbondale An en gine trying to make a mviicli crashed into anothrr posseniter ruu nlng at full speed In the op The engineer and fireman jumped were Gharlte a uiun nmnod Jiurke and rnaraa all wore and several oth of the jnwaeinters Minister Lincoln at New NKV7 Among the wngera who arrlvod here Wedixmdoy on lie ttenmer City of New York was Robert States mJu Ibtor to The remains of MnXer Abraham Un lie ion of Minister were taken from the City of New York Thurs day morning and sent west to where they will bj coin on returning from Chloutco will vlnlt Washington beforu snlllnif for CnniUky tile Charles misky arrived from Cblongo at 8 and went to the offluo at Sportsrutins pnrk whuiv he had a loug confvriiiuu wltb ChrU Von iler Abe and Uenrgu The result of the fureuce WUH that CouiUky stuck by his agreement of two weeks ago and nlguei n contract lor one year with the It U uuduratood that Conuskys salury next ywr with the Hrowna will lie NEW fast 11 font uf foityllvo Uuduon A i do drinik his Un of wmmwWtoB Which M bV MttdloMl tuett Matching the The of Chuui Nuw The hotel men of this city mat Tuesday and agreed upon tlto following Kohudule of prices forubuui to go Into uffuut at oncui lln f IS Tho hoiul men kuy they were foroud to thlsMUip on ncvoiiut of the iuiportors putting up thu wlioUpute The In their excuse tbetr action by saying that i buy were forced to It by the onui ic tlun tba MoICIiiloy in Own of the Torry Manufacturing com a prominent won shot iind dKiiueiously wounded In the parlor of bit by Wl Ilium the prlotorof a barber The out of GAL de The Famous GiUppie Soffc li vered a t five min utjes notice in aiiy qt Bums to a Cleftr Gray n eis or Best Soft Coal In the HARD GOAL In all Delivered at Lowest Market Quality CUY BEFORE THE 84 THE OMAHA FOR BURNING GOKU THE Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovi MODEKN And for beat Simplicity and f PITTS I AM MOW HEAUY TO FUllKISH EVKKY MAX IN ALTON WITH A SUPERIOR OF WAJJK FJJlt LOTUS I8KLECTED ESPECIALLY FOB J cu THK MosTSrrusn AND o At Figures tliftt will Please r 0 FALL GOODS ANOTHBH Of WORCESTERS LINK OV Cloth for Ovwcoate Radiant TIIK IlKBTHAltf COAL IIABB 100 aua 108 SBOONP fP   

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