Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1887 · Page 1
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VOLTOE 26. m. Toall suffering from Slok Headaolio and Bil- tei lousneBB: 'Have been a victim to the above for years uw, affer trying various remedies, «y only '?8B Was iu the use of SIMMONS LIVER ***" uoo ui oAuiiuimo jji van . which nimr failed to rollove 1 n twelve houra; and I can assure those suffering from tlie above thnt they would bo ereatlv relieved by its use. I speak not my!•}}• out my whole family, ifours respectfully. J. M. F1LLMAN, Selmn, Afa." -, _ p ~--•••«"w"«| 4V *o i/UU UUBIf HiW 'JU111U the world; ever saw. Wo have tried forty ?™°££S momes Ijetora Simmons Liver Konu- tllem save us more than but the Regulator not only "* ^^^ and Bilious Colic. MON8' UVKR KBiGULATQK cured me SJse pt Jong standing Bilious folio after be«f f 2Sf<? lolne l,!S Ua< '' I think It one of Deaf; family medicines I over used "T. 3. LAN1ER, Petersburg, 'ONLY GENUINE _ __„,• ../Manufactured by J. Hi Zellin', & Co , P' the Va-. Pliila., Pa. SOTS' ANNUAL with Two Characters. A friend of the Bulgarian, ; d'elegtttcs who saw'a great deal of them' dilrlng ; |heir tecent visit hero gave some ^oasons'to the bitter dislike which' the Bulgarians have to the Russian rule. Every Russian,', this gentleman • said to me, has two characters. Ho is on tlrt 6ho' side a polished gentleman,' and on the other'a barbarian, who still be- Imves in'the serf and "knout.. 'It is the' latter.aspect of' his • personality Which he displays in Bulgaria, and during the last fow days the Bulgarians have thus been driven to a state of almost frenzied anti-Russian feeling. A few incidents will best bring this out. One of the delegates here was a Minister of Justice under Prince Alexander. Ho was invited to a fete at the hoUfle of n Russian Consul-General, but his wife was not included in the invitation: Ho wrote a note declining the: invitation on tho ground that his wife' was ill, but even this hint ivns not taken, and his wife was not invited. On ariotiior occasion'Prince Alexander gave a ball, to which the Russian Consul-General was invited. 'There was one room set apart as a supper room, at which the ladies and gentlemen were to be enter- tamed when the ball was over, but there was no room reserved as a smoking room. The Russian Consul; going into the supper room, lit his cigaret. Ho was requested by one of tho officers of tho Prince not to do so there, as it was the supper room. He persisted, and the officers of the staff followed'hia example. The Bulgarian officer thereupon with indignation put out the gas in the room. The Russian staff immediately left,'and the Prince had tb go in the middle of the night to get the Russian Consul-Gcneral to come back.— London Letter. 272. In Boston, it is stated, the arrests made for serious offenses committed on the highway has shown a very marked falling off in number since the electric light for, street purposes was introduced. The prisoners in tho Lamar (Mo.) jail escaped. Clapp & JDavis, jewellers of Chicago, have failed. . A vein ofiiaUiral gas has been struck at Fort Scott, Kas. Kansas City league te'aui of base ball players has been completed and made public. , At Iridiahapolis'llie Chicago base ball "club •defeated the St. touis Browns, 19 to 9. Of the 56^000 fourtii-ciass post ollices, 40,000 have been supplied with Democratic Postmasters. , Twenty lives were lost by 'the wrecking of the" steamer Victoria in the English Channel yesterday. Contracts for ;8GJQpp,000 pounds of beef for theJMianswere awarded in St Louis yesterday by Commissioner Atkins. The Wisconsin Legislature has adjourned sine die. The ..prospect is that the Illinois Legislature, will extend its session into the Summer. Representative Archer; of Pike' county, 111., 'will; li greattor carry a' gold : headed cane, which was given 1 ' him yesterday by his'fellow members 1 in honor of his 70th birthday. 9 n p. ,9.f..th e .most;,'exciting scenes ever'witnessed in Scotland occurred yesterday at Ayr during Mr. Chamberlain's bitter-speech against the Irish. Strong threats were made at him. Mr. Blaine.is still at Fort Gibson, nrl T 1 l-iii f I vn*i«A..:«_ __'•"*< the propagation and cultivation and, to secure the protection'of fish in all waters of this State was passed. Senator Chapman's bill;'amending the law in regard to /guardians and wards by making it the duty of a guardian to put and keep his ward's money at interest upon security, to be approved by the court, was passed. HOUSE. There was a lively fight in the House this morning over an attempt tb correct the journal. The measure known as 'Senator istreeter's Whisky .Gallon bill,, which has passed the Senate, had ,,been , ordered by the House to the committee on License. Yesterday it was reported back with a recommendation that it do pass, but since then it was discovered that only four members of the committee of eighteen acted on it. Several motions to correct the journal were voted downs but a motion to recommit .the bill .to the committee on Judicial, Department and Practice was carried. Mr.. Pierce's bill requiring nonresident aliens holding land in the State to dispose of the ! same within three years •after they shall have acquired title,.of the same, and pro- SUCH AS Velvets; Body Md Tapestry Brussels, Two pd Three ,_ 7 Stall 4 Garjfets andlffiattiiigs, Oil eioths^fcugs andlats, Has arrived. Also a very Choice m -AT- AI/TON. Of the male pupils in all the Rooms giving monthly reports of the Alton Public Schools, one from each room, that can show a record for the best . Deportment, Scholarship, &c., certified to by the Teacher and endorsed -by the Superintendent, from the first of the present month to the end of present term, shall receive from W. . A. HILDEBRAND a $2 Hat or a $2 pair of Shoes, or their equivalent in cash, 10 per cent off ($1.80), optional with the party. One prize to each of the following schools: The Brother's School, the German Catholic and the Lutheran. The Teachers' certificate will suffice. And the one male p'upil of the Public Schools of Alton that can show the best record, (certified >to and endorsed as above) for Deportment, Scholarship, &c., from September last to the end of the present term in June next shall have as a grand prize a $10 Suit, or its equivalent (10 per cent. off,$9) in cash. •frgaiAwards of prizes will be made on presentation of the proper certificate' any 'time before July 2d next, after which date this promise stands void. [Signed,] W. A. HILDEBUAN D Absolutely Pure. Ind. T., but improving so rapidly that he will soon be able to resume his journey to Chicago. It is evident that he has been a very sick toan and that his life was ; for a time in imminent danger. Mrs. Helena Campbell, of La Crosse, Wis., is suing hor husband, a scion of a Scottish house of nobility, for divorce on the ground ;of ^inhuman treatment. The defendant has spent a great deal of money in his life, and belittle son, the present plaintiff's offspring, is next lieir to about £350,000 sterling. Mrs. Sarah E. Howe, of Boston, the woman who several years ago defrauded a large number of poor people out of their savings, deposited in her so-called "Woman's Bank," has repeated the same old game. It appears that after her term of imprisonment had expired she resumed her snide banking operations, and now she is reported to have absconded with $50,000 of the money of her victims. vidiug'that.such, land shall escheat to the State in case of failure so to do. was passed. The bill appropriating $50,000 to clef ray expenses of the Thirty-fifth General Assembly was passed. Senator Funk's bill amending the law foij^tbei suppressioni of .'contagious ,and, infectious | .dise.a^es among domestic animals was passed. .Mr. Bailey's bill for an act to pro- vide'for a State Board ip£ Arbitration .for thVsettl'einent of differences between employers and employes was cal|ed up on the order of second reading, and, after the addition of unimportant' amendments, was ordered to .a third reading. .Senator Funk's "bill providing for the formation and disbursement of a police pension fund in the city of Chicago was passed. • •• • : • ' —. , _ , . ' . I ain offeringtheke goods at ithe verv lowest P rl c?S:tocsaah buyers. All are invited to ^all and feee the beautiful new goods &learn the low pripes. ALTON, ILL. F6R THE IN -. .- ..;, t • _ THE WORLD. AGENTS TOR THE •**"» i»uwuw never vanes. A marvel ol Purity; strength wholesornoness. More, oco- Jiomloal than*the ordinary kinds, and cannot oo sold in competition with tho multitude ol low test, short weight, alnm ------ '" luuo °' janSdwly _ _ REAL ESTATE FOTSALE BEAD LIST OF BARGAINS -ATC, A, Schlueter's Agency, sS ° ti^n°«^n al oS r Exehanffoo-100 acres, 85 Injeul. at a bargain. m nortneast °f Fostorburg, n h?ff n5r^ lv 2.i r S.1 mbl ' lok house ' story and a half, odrnor Eighth and Mechanic "street. r^nt BI tt barsaln - Gooa .Property to One fl-room new house, with cellar, olstorn 1<0t M by 110 on Otl1 *** ],,«n«~iM, OUBe anone 8-room house, «th iiud Market sts. Lot 60 bvillO- good olstorn and ooal housoTTt a bSJga n.' n^?^ aal ?- Ja aor 5 8 In North Alton with good orolmrd.barn and plenty of water. For sale- 600 acres Improved farm with good house and stables In' Woodson county ftS™?^' . Kl u ," run8 across f rom Fort Soo '^ % Wlohlta.B miles from county seat. ( Forsalo-75 aoros partly bottom land, 1m- and Rood water on promises. Forsalo or oxohanae-Two sections of K.n. timber land In So. Mfisou rl , Ibo mtlos f rom St Lou^lB on the Iron Mountain n. It., at a bar- For sale or ozchauHe, 8 acres of ground on art? "" nd ^ lnln « Mi'yor.Oopplngor's on the Lucas Pfeiflenberg-ei' ARCHITECT, GENERAL BUt'EttlNTENDE N T AND MECHANICAL DBAUGHTBMAN, Bt.»ono door west of Piauft, third floor. i«^n ttl ^™°i? 0 > IW ;^ BOOI;lons of Vibrio land In Orookot county, Texas Will sell ohoap. Suitable for any farming purpoaoa? Throoaoros adjoining Dr.Roborla on north. FIVo lots on Dry st., adjoining/Thomas ma- gins' residence on the oast. »'*""•""" "'» One and a half lots In Uiiwloy'e addition. One and a half lota In ShoU/a addition: Any of the above property can bo bought I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N. Y., one of the best companies in the U. S- And other good Companies in addition. C. A, SCFLUETER, Offloejln iny New Building, on Second street. Legislature. SENATE. SPRINGFIELD, 111., April 1-1—After the reading of the journal Senator Hogan's motion to reconsider the vote by which Curtis' bill providing for the hanging of condemned criminals failed to passgwas taken up for consideration and was adopted. The roll was then called and the bill passed. Senator Curtis' bill, providing that when an appeal is taken from the decision of a Justice of the Peace in any civil suit, if the person or party taking the appeal shall fail, neglect or refuse to pay the docket fee in the court to which the appeal is taken, or to have the. case put upon the docket of such Appellate court ten days before the first day of the second term thereof after the appeal bond has been apprpved,such appeal shall be held to be vacated and, set aside, was taken tip on special order and passed. Senator Thompson offered a resolution providing'for the establishment of an agricultural experimental farm at the Illinois ; University in accordance with an act pnsscd by Congress which appropriates $15^000 for such purposes. The resolution was adopted. ... A resolution was introduced by Senator Chapman providing that the Commissioners of the Joliot and Chester Penitentiaries after the expiration of convict labor contracts, notify the proper authorities of tho United States that no more United States prisoners will bo received except those convicted in the courts of tho State. And provided further that ninety days' notice shall bo given for tho removal of ihoso already in those institutions, and if not removed at tho expiration of that time a per diem of CO cents shall b c charged for the maintenance of each prisoner' remaining. Adopted. Senator Lemuu's bill making au appropriation of 8ia,592 to pay for the furnishing, of the rooms occupied by tho Appellate Court of tho First District of Illinois waa passed. Senator Biggins' bill passed. Senator A ;L.uJ s,;.-,,. Sclio'fieia Ahead. . ., WASHINGTON, April 14.—Information 'coming to-day direct from the White House is to the offset that there willbe no appointment made to the vacant judicial district for Southern Illinois this week. The President has not yet reached a conclusion in his own mind regarding this appointment and the present in dications are he will not miake his decision before the fore part of next week. Unless some unexpected embarrassment protracts the matter, however, it is more than probable the appointment will be made before the middle of next week. As the President has not yet decided to appoint, none of the Illihois people are able to say who will be the Judge. There is pretty general agreement, however, that if pools wore sold Judge Schofield would lead everybody else. President Lincoln's Remains, SPKINOFIELD, 111., April 14—The remains of tho late President Lincoln and Mrs. Lincoln were removed" opened and idbntitied to-day ^ and turned over to the Monument Association by tho Lincoln Guard of Honor. , STDAHT'S CAUHOLIC ACID TROCHES certain oure for sore throat, coughs, colds and hoarseness. Wait ono hour after eating before taking one of the troches for dyspepsia. STUART'S ARNICA SALVE, surest cure for cuts and burns. . . BUKKS' LINIMENT cures all pains. Pearly tcolu and a sweet breath can be had-only' by using Crosslor's Wild Rose Tooth Powder. COULD NOT SPEAK ALOUD. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111. :— When in your store I was so hoarse I could not speak aloud., Tho first dose of your White Pino.holpod me, and by 9 o'clock I was entirely relieved. Twice since I have lost my voice, but taking the Pino Balsam a few limns has given relief. Nothing over bonolittocl mo like this has.—Mrs. (Judge) J. H.Williams, 444 N.Gth., Quinoy, III. CURE FOH SICK HEADACHE. Of tho many complaints promptly relieved, by Little Apricot Pills, none has yielded quicker than nervous and sick headache. Nino ousos out of every ton of headache nro caused by sluggish and inactive liver. Shot through tho throat by Burks' White Pino BuUain and killed a severe cold in throe days. If you don't behove It last try it. Price 60o at (Iruc"ist8. For sale in Alton by E. Mursh. apl dwlw Catarrh, wtien ohronio, becomes very offensive. It ia impossible to be other, wise healthy, and, at tlio same time, nfllioted with oatnrrh. This disagreeable disease, In its most obstinate and dangerous forma, can bo cured by the UHO of Avar's Sanmonrlllu. dwlw WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. THEOEMSBHATED , Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Go's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. , 'i Headquar tC18ION and "ABMINE OILS ; ENGINE, CYLINDER and OILS; STOCK, WELL and CISTERN WAIPsfiUie r9°^ NG STOVES ; the DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVES. See our 810 BUGGY HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, $30. Wo keep the BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS on tap and delivered to any part , of the city. Cor. 2d and State! sts., - • ALTON, ILL. THE BE&T ON EARTH I BOSS From $18 to ' WATCHEiS, Warranted 20 Years, BREECH-LOADING GUNS 3 From $16 to $30. J H BOOTH THE BEADING <J. O. DW I n, JEWELER jnyisdwlv —GO TO— BELT" & SON HEADQUARTERS FOR of base (tit W. A. HAWKWL,!,, M.D., Sunday morning,9 oin) ST.,Al/roN,iLL. morning fr »•'» »to i, ™<l$$*- Picture Frames, Brackets, Base Balls arid #ats, Croquet Sets, etc, A Ml line .0IIcfi6ol Books, Scratch Books and School Supplies- Remember the 1 , place: -^ STREET, - - OPP. BELLE. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE By mail or delivered, Only Kepublican Daily in Madison county . 1

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