v ,,-;' ; V ;: \ *\ ' I, " '' ,. i». s- - x', t. v „ VQLTOOB 26. ALTON. ILL.. WEDNESDAY EVENING. CTIRRTTABV To Regulate m fATOIUTB HOME BfcMEDY U warranted hot M contain a single purtlolo " lnjurion ' •°b"tttnce, but la JT WIM. OtJRB AM. DJBBA8B8 CAUBF1> Blf DKRAJI(|J!H1!NT OK TUB LlVBH. ' KIOMBYS AND STOMACH. If your u«vef u out of order, tlipn t» ;"• *«MTW uut*v«Hj||t3| tUUl 1(I11K*MU* -ua pirited and norvrtue. To provent more sorious condition, take nt onco Simmona , I lllCD IlEaul ' A ' rou - » yon lend ft «ed- LlVCllontaty life, or iuffef with Kidney Affections, avoid atirnulatits nnd tflko Sim- moq» Liver, Hegulutoivbure to restore. It yon liuveeuteu imvtblng.hnrd of digestion, or feel heavy alter inea s or Bioepleen at night, take a (lose and ' •• you will feel relieved and sleep plcas- nntly, ' ': \, Jf-yon are n miserable eurtorer wltu . OonHtlpation, Uy»p«p»ln, ami Ull- loiunoi,*, seek relltst nt onoo'm Slra- i anons -Liver Uogulutor, It does noH require continual dosing, and costs but a trifle, It will cure you. 11 you wukoupin t,ne inoiniug with a bitter, baa taste in > our tuoutn, iTA If (• ammon(l L Ter Regulator. Jit cor •> I MAC rectifohe bilious stomaoli, swootoos *iH b . reatn - ood cleanses the Furrod Tongue. Ohlldran olton'>need''BOin« safe outliartlu XUMBER 228. u ™™*. *° 9. TOrt , ap|»6aohroir - sickness. Simmons Liver Regulator will relievo Ooilo. neadaoho.Slokstomaoh, Indieostion, Dygtn ' tflrj'. ana Complaints Incident to Childhood . At; any time -you leal your sysiotn neodg cloansmir, tomnij, rOKulattng without violent puraW. otsBtlmulnt- ing -without Intoxicating, toko Simmons Liver Regulator _. TRErARED BT 3. H. Zelliu / & Qo., Phlla., Pa. - PEIOE.jl. i-mwfwlhv m I USE-'- WASHINUTON, Feb. 22—Senate- Senator Sherman tendered his resignation &g President pro tern., and suggested the election of someone to fill the vacancy before the Senate session adjourns by limitation on March 4. Resolution adopted for the^publicatton of all papers and dunUjments bearing on the rejection of th6 nomination of Matthews (col- ore<J), The District of Columbia appropriation bill was passed, but not until Mr. Plumb bad expressed his opinion of the low standard of morality ; observed by ;tho .district commissioners. Mr. McPherapn attempted uto secure ^ consideration of the PaciQo railr.oad resolution, but was defeated—38 to 21. The bill to create a •bureau of agriculture and labor was considered, but not disposed of. The Senate refused to concur in House amendments to the sundry civil bill and a further conference was order- od;:;, • • -•• -.; , ... ... • :House—Mr. Bland attempted to have the veto of the pension bill of John W. Fan-is set asi'ie, but was defeated, 93 to 132. The substitute to the McAdoo bill, to provide ifor the manufacture of first cla s modern guns for ihe navy and sea coast and other defences, was debated ..'all;the afternoon till the hbi<r for memorial services to the '.'late ..'Senator Pike anived, when it went over as unfinished business. After the Pike eulogies the House adjourned. ; NBVVS. The AuBtrian'ferovcrnment 'has seat o Mlnisti?!-. tp .the' UAitea.StRtes.; The tnlssion has lono; been vacant.- Pi-es- iovelandivvilij'nw .-probably a 8i»c,ce8Spr,.to KeUjr ;)l SOAP We do not manufacture Lard, Candles, Butterlne, or any kindred 'truck) we do not first squeeze tho fat and oil out of our stock, and then convert the refuse Into a worthless soap. We are hot near stock yards or slaughter houses, buy no diseased or dead -animals or refuse material. BII.VER SOAP is made of PDBE TAI.- tow, by a clean process, and can bo used freely without danger of having the skin diseased or poisoned. • ,, ,-. ASK TOOK GEOCEB FOB IT. EMPIRE SOAP GO. ST.LOUi3.MO. .Plain and Decorative Absolutely Pure Th»u powder never varies. A marvel ol purity, strength wbolnsomoneas. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo Bold In competition with the multitude ol low test, short weight, alum bho&phaio now^V D l 0 ^0°ri«^a?lT-A YAL BAffNG JanSdwly r- have expressed ithtjriprefercnce with rtigardtp the Presidency In 1888, arid flfty-hix of them favor Cleveland. Of the Kepubjtcan, i;i28, shave been heard from^ of whom seventy-six prefer Blaine. • The sale has been consummated of Lookout Mountain, celebrated as^thii scene of the,.batllo among the clouds. A company has beetj.- organized lo build a broad-giugeiraiiroaji, by July 1, and erect the handsomest hotel in the South on the, historic ; -heights. Work on the railroad will commence at once. , ( ; In the County Court of ? St. Louit county, Monday, a deei-ion was rendered declaring that the tax-levies' in that county/ for a dozen years past have bee^iljegal. ,,A;H sales; of land for non-payment of taxes within that time are void, and the own-.-- ei-a.can regain posseBsion. . , A;.coinmittee of .Ith'e, llisspuri Legislature :held a secr<?t ; meeting at iSt:- Louis to Inquire into the action of tlie express ''people' 1 and the Pinker- .tons in. holding; jlessenger,, Fotheringham and. endeavoring to extort , a confession from him . , . ; -Fotheringham was the only person before Uje committee, -,; his ^examination consuming the, entire, afternopn.; .-,, , , John M. Hall; who died /Monday in the prison hospital at -Jolietj -was serving a life sentence, for the murder of John McMahon and two hired men ; .at. Mount Pulaski^ 111. : , ;Gon- feRsions of perjury, lately, .made by witnesses against him, taken ,in connection with his dying statement, lead to the belief -that he had no connection with the triple tragedy. The meeiiugof Conservative members of Parliament .in London yesterday is regarded as settling 'the policy of the Cabinet. ., They mean to eliminate the discussion of Irish affairs from Parliamentary proceedings, except when coercion bills may be proposed, and then little debate will be allowed. But they declare that they shall try to preserve peace in Ireland under present laws beiore asking for coercion measures. D, Htb of AeprcHentatlVo Brown. SPRINGFIELD, 111., Feb. 21— Representative Alfred H. Brown, member of the Legislature from Edwards .county, died here to-night of ptteu- monla . He was a farmer, .', Republican in politics, and a member of ithe House in the session of 1886. He was in. his 69th year. Mr. Brown is the Representative who was brought to this city on a cot two years ago to vote for General Logan. His funeral will be held at his home in Albion. ILLINOIS STATESMEN. Tribute* to the Memory of Lo- gau and Davis SPRINGFIELD,; IU:I, Feb. 22. — Thi» being the day set apart for the Da- vis-togaji memorial .services Jbut little 'legislation was.had. The senate held no business session. ,; ! T.he,l;arge representative hall and galleries were packed ; with a dense mass, of : people. , The halt was taste- fujly (Jecprated and;pver the, Speaker's stand were .wreaths-. , of iflowers and. evergreens T bearing the ^ names of ''Davis' Wand > "Lpgan." <; -At 2 o'clock the^enatei enterefl tlie ' hall, headed by Ljeut-^ov. ; • Sjnfthi,; ; After :•.; these gentiemenui found .-i seats, ]wbich;they did ;> .with r difficulty; I the joint session wag lannpunced, as opened by ,Speake>i;CaihQun, who stated that^ Goy. Oglesby would act as a sort of an ex-offlcio chairman of the I am going to consolidate my two establishments, and have to make room for new goods.and offermy entire stock, from now until March 1st; at ILL EMPIRE MILLS, SECOND STKEET (Near Plaaa), ALTON. FOB SALE: Ground Oats, Ground Corn, Hay, Oats, Corn, Corn Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Graham Flour,etc PEOMPXLY DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THK OITV. M. WILKINSON. JyT dtf -MJ WORK PROMPTLY ATTKNOKD TO AT LOWEST TERMS. OVFIOB AND SHOP ON SECOND ST., NEAR PIASA ALTON. . . . 1LT, T. L. FOULDS& CO., SUCCESSORS TO A, H. MCKINNKY * 00., Highest Market Price Paid for Corn and Pickles. STItU SLOP FOR SALE. ' • eep7dw«ni SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PDRE COD LIVER OIL M r 11 Almost as Palatable as Milk. Tho only prepsratlon of COD UTEB Olt thit can b« token read|l)%ud tolerated for a long time by dellc«te atouiulii. » ^. i«P A8 A KEOTPT 'FOB CONSPMPTIQy. IAU New and Beautiful Designs just arrived and arriving for the Spring Trade. WINDOW GLASS i A. Specialty, from Small to Largest blzes. At tho old reliable HOUSE.1'AINTINO nnd DKOOItATJNG oitauliblimont o( NEFF & OBERMUELIER, Fourth, east of Belle at. SCKOKbLULS AFFECTIONS. ANAEMIA, .. KltAL pKUIMTY, COU01I8 AND TIIUOAT AJ^ >'KCTIU.>S, ana «ll WA8T1XU P1SOHPKII8 OF CIIIL.DUEN It la murfeUouB In iU rcsulti. "~ Proscribed and omlonca by tho brat FbjrilcUiw In the countries of tho world. FOR SftLE MV .Ili, URUOGI8T& Jfor Sale. Aconvenient (arm of 120 acres, most all tn lultlvattoa; situated en the Botbalto road. m'lpr'rom Altnr.. ' For Sale or Kent. The a-Btory Irame dwolllnis with 0 rooms, Including 7 lots: (tpod barn and fine (i ults known «« Hie Nichols homestead, Nltunted on 12th st,, In a doslraule iiol^lihoiliood. For Iteut. A two story brick dwelling known imtlio A. Flatt homoHtuad; latol% put In for Sale. A7-roonil)il3Wdw(.lllii|f nnd out bulldlnK- on Thlid ett'cct, butwiwn 0 n-rry and Vlnn. WllIl'l'I.KASM EV. Patents. ro ny persons wisblnx to obtain lettoi natentonnew InvnntiouB, •mprovoraentH o leslgni.lwUloxBcuto rtrawinKs and spuclfl jHtlons and make applications for Paumta AH uous-.iltatlon, In purnon or by lotto , lro« LVC18 PFEIFFENUEIIGUH, Alton, HI. Legislature. .'„,., SPRINGFIELD, III., Feb. 22—A short session of the House .was held this morning. After the reading of journal the oath of office was administered to W. G. Kaune; member-elect from the Forty-second District, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Heiman. Thomas E. Merritt introduced, today a bill to define conspiracy and to punish the same. It provides that if "two or more persons shall conspire to do an unlawful act dangerous in its character to human life or to person or property, or if its accomplishment will necessarily or probably require the use of force and violence, which may result in the, taking of human life or injury to* person or property, every parly to such conspiracy shall be criminally liable for whatever offense any one or more of his co-conspirators shall commit iu furtherance of the common design.-' This bill is intended to strengthen tho law in such cases as that of the anarchists recently tried in Chicago. Other bills were introduced as follows: By Mr. Marshall, to require common carriers to notify consignees of the arrival of goods. By Mr. Partridge, a bill for appropriating $15,000 to pay the expenses of the trial of Michael Mooney. By Mr. Wait,-to provide for service of proc.ss in suits brought against persons or corporations having an outside place of business. By Mr. Kister, to icpeal tho law allowing the State Board of Health to revoke physicians' certificates. Mr. Bradshaw offered a i-i solution askmg the friends of the constitutional amendment prohibiting the leasing of conviction labor to submit a plan by which the labor of convicts shall be di-posed of. The res- oluiion was adopted Mr. Wilson, of Clay, submitted appropriate resolutions relative to the death of Rnpresentativo Alfred Brown, of the Forty-fourth district. The resolution was adopted after which the House took a recess until 1:30 o'clock. ,,.^, .,_,_ .. ; Goy, Oglesby, in ftaking the ! chair, said it was seldom the case where the law-making .branch of : the gpyern- ment would throw; asi.de its rigorous dries' to pay homage to its dead cjtizenia.', It was., an evidence of proper respeot to .ihe memories of ,twb ;: illustrious, Illinpisans, 'and in it was a grand lesson for the youth of the, country,. t: .,, i;; ... '-..;',...„..] A long programme of e^ercisea, consisting of ; most .excellent music ,by quartette , clubs, of Quincy ; and this city,! and' the -Fifth regiment .band and live addresses, was at once taken in hand, and it was not until after 6 o'clock .that the end . was reached. .Judge, Weldpn, of Blpom- ington j delivered -the first oration, which was a very fine, tribute to the life and character of, Judge ,David Davis. He. was followed by ex-Goy. Pulmer, who -spoke to the memory of r Gen. .Logan, land .his speech was well receiyetf in all quarters. It is said to ..be" ope of the best addresses of the Governor's rife.T'With 1 mu- si.c. at properintervals,aci Ijtionali and very appropriate speeches were made by Senators Southworth arid Bacon, of Edgar and Representatives.^ ol- lins and <Day on Davis and Logan respectively. ..Mrs. Logan was? not present, but Thomas Logan '.and, wife of Carbohdale and other relatives of the late Senators, and Judge DavU' son and wife were in the audience, BELOW Everything must go to save cost of moving and storing Table-ware, Cutlery, Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Granite-ware, Locks, Springs, and eve- lything kept in any hardware store. All these and were bought before the recent advance in prices. To those contemplating building this spring, I offer 1,000 KEGS OF STEEL NAILS I at factory Prices. Rememeber the places: 119-12! SECOND StREET, AND 115 THIRD STREET, This is no catch-penny humbug sale of old and wora-out stock, but a bona fide reduction solely to save expense of moving or storing. Call at Onco and Secure Bargains I W SIB M. . lh, Feb; 22—Mrs.-Pho3be Stuart, who died -suddenly of heart disease, was buried today. Deceased was 75 years 1 of age, and had been a resident of Virden for more than 20 years. Her son, Bunion Stuart, arrived from Texas in time to attend the funeral. What True Merit Will Do. , Tne unprecedented sale oMJosohee's German Syrup within n lew years, has aatoni.slied the world. ll : 19 witbout doubt the safest and; best remedy ever disoovernd for tho speedy and effectual cure of Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung troubles. It acts on an entirely different principle from .the umiul prq- soiiptions ffiven by physicians, as It does not dry up a cough and leavo thd disease still In the system, but on the contrary removes the oiiuse. of the trouble, heals the purls affected nnd leaves tnem in a purely healthy oondi* tion. A bottle kept In the house for use when the di.soams make tbeir appeur- anoo, will savo doctor's bills and a long fpoll of serious illness. A trial will, convince you of these foots. It Is poj-- tively sold by all drupgisis and general denli-rs in the land. Price, 76 ols., Ittrge bottles. ja 10 dwlvv ood * ANMOUNCKKENT. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN W. ASH us a candidate t (or OUrk of the Olty Court of Alton, at tho election Tuesday, March 1st, IBSf. Wo are Authorized to announce UDWA11D J. NOO^ AN as a candidate for Olerk of the Olty Con it. Election, Tuesday, March 1st. * H1JI Hardware and Farm lacliinery. HKADQUAHTERSFOR THE Best Buggy in the World. No othur spring mecllomo hits won for itself Hut'h universal confidence as Ayor'8 Sui'mipitnllu. It 10 the moat powerful combination of vegetable alieratives over offurcd to tlio • public, and is acknowledged by the medical profession to be tho boat blood purifier. aw Ivr JOHN BAUER, DKAUCU IN AND MANCJFAOTUUKRJ FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp, City Mall, ALTON, ILL,, All hinds of 0ne ana ooinimm faraltur* Alto undertaker, etu. in the city, at hard times prices, sold on weekly and monthly payments. Agents for the Three-Cone Perfection Burners and Stand Lamps, FINE HANGING LAMPS, $1.75, $2, $250, $1, $($.50, $7.50 to $10, Headquarters for EUPION and CARMINE BURNING OILS. SIGNAL OIL, ENGINE and CYLINDER OILS. Cistern, Well and Stock Pumps. Prepared Paints, ready for use. See our $10 Buggy Harness. Call and get our prices and you will save money. Cor. Second and State fits., ALTON, ILL THE BEST ON EARTH I BOSS FILLED WATCHED From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30, LJ RHOTH TliE BEADING rim DwV^ 1 rl, ^JEWE mylWwly i ', ^^^^ i. 'V • , ' 1' J). i.
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