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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                ALTON DAILY THUKSDAY MAIiCII 242 A Batch of Interesting Items from BOTH MEDICAL and arnfiriance during many years has convinced him that all diseases more successfully in an institution of this under the in all its forms Oxygen and its compounds A LARGE SOLAUIUM dally personal FOR THE RECEPTION OF For further information address ENOS at the corner of George and Third Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria THE OXFORDCAMBRIDGE BOAT The Latter a Ilwcldeil Favorite Heforo the Start hut Oxford Carries Off tho Illinois In the Little Inci dent In tho t Irlmio The Labor Ncnvlng n Ulmnarck8 March OxfordCam bridge boat raco took placo on tho Thames over the regular university and was won by Cambridge won tho toss chose Mm Hurroy side of tho The wind was changeable and tho water Tho start was made at The banks of tho river were lined with specta interest in tho race being Before tlw start CambrUgo was a decided favorite in tho Dcherlptlim of the Tho Oxfords got away Tho Cam bridge crew rowed a faster and before reaching Claspers boat houso had overhauled tho The latter recov ered the load at the Craven but at Hammersmith bridge tho Cambridge crew was aguin loading by a half The time at this point was At tho ThornoyCroft boat houso Cambridge led by six the time being At the De vonshire meadows the boats were on oven At Barnes which was passed in tho Oxfords ware leading by half a They gradually increased their passing tho finishing lino ono length ahead of their The time of the raco FOREIGN Prince lilgmarck March Prince Bis marck was driving past a bridge situated between tho Tusgarten and Uuter den Lin the horses attached to the carriage legs became ontangl d in the When tho horses had boon con trolled a throng of people gathered about tho A remarkable scone en mony of tho ladies present flinging bouquets at tho while others solzed and kissod his Tho Man of blood and while attempting to faitor out his thanks broke down and Tho ac cident was trifling iu its and the prince resuming his drove off amid tho cheers of The farewell audience between the om peror and Prince Bismarck was hold Wednesday Tho interview lasted threequarters of an Tho retiring chancellor was heartily cheered on his way to the palace by crowds which had gathered along the Count BUmnrckn March Berlin correspondent says that the appointment oi Horr Von Alveusleben to succaed Count Herbert as imperial secretary for foreign is a good He has decidedly tho advantage of Count Herbert Bismarck in savoir falre and suavity of In addition to this his knowledge cf affairs und routine habits resulting from his experience at Washington and Berlin hlp materially to fit him for the FOUND DEAD IN HIS ol tlio Michigan Su lircntn Vory March Jottfts of tho Michigan supremo n member of the supremo bench since dktl suddenly at hli homo In this city Wednesday Justicn Campbell was born in New York in camo to Michigan in early and wns ono of tho ploiuorn of tho Ho has chief Justice of tho bench in rotation nine times has been a law professor of tho University of Michigan since tho organization of tho law department of that institution was one of tho aland Ing committee ot the Protestant Episcopal diocese of and wan a man ot wide His death was caused by heart Hia family found him dead in his where ho hod died rending a THE WEDDING FAILED TO An Ohio Young Man Jilted at the Last March wedding of more than usual sochl Importance wns an nounced to tato plaoj at Julvns Episco pal but for some reason unknown it has been declared The groomex who has arrived from is a anil the who at almost the last moment refused to go to tho altar with is Miss Maud a young woman with an iucouao of nearly a year and nearly in sight from the estate of her who was a cattle Miss Clark was educated and on her way homo visited in whoro she became acquainted with Will Leave Merlin March Tho decorations con ferred upon Prince Bismarck by tho various European states have been deposited with the princes in view of his departure from Thoir intrinsic value is Tho prince remarked to the ex port who valued thorn I will henceforth wear no deoration but the iron You will never wo me in Berlin JacksonCorset And Waist HAS Prlcejfl and EVERY IADY SHOULD HAVE NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN Clotoi for IMCillir Dropping tho March published by is attracting It strikes at tho situation created by the resig nation of Prince The which is entitled Dropping tho ex hibits tho kaiser loaning on tho bulwarks of a vessel and anxiously watching tho prince as he descends a ladder hanging over the ships Tho tabor March correspondent of Tho Times at Berlin says that tho labor con ference probably close its labors by Saturday Bo far as England a con corned the results will bo simply If tho other states adopt the decision of the conference it will bo tantamount to an in vitation for English labor Maritime liuroitn ut BUUSBBIA March new committee has been appointed for the purpose of con sidering the advisability of founding a mari time at Zanzibar for the in the suppression of tho slave H Is Imposed to establish a central bureau in KuWjxrobnUy at Conservative Cnnjjldiito March contest in Aver Burg for mombir of parliament has resulted in a victory for tho Consorva S candidate Bomurvell receiving votes against cast for his oppo nent lUmtlodgMlieLiberal Won tlio March tho Lincoln spring meeting tho principal tho race Lincolnshire one was won by Shimmer and LonIT George Nineteen horses A Mnnt Famine PAW March wholesale butchers ot this city declare that if their domandH concerning the Importation of foreign cattle Bro not they will the A moat famine is Tim Now Servian PAHIB March now Bwvlun offered In this has already boon taken Ho eiiKur was tho demand for it that tho amount of Mibscrlptlon was three times Appeal from tho National March view ot the election in Nebraska next November to de cide the question of prohibition or high li tho national has issued an appeal to all good people to aid them and the people of Nebraska by sym work and money in thiir fight against the saloon Tho appeal states that all the temperance organ izations are working in harmony In favor of tho prohibition and that any money contributions ba sent to Miss Esther treasurer of the 161 La Sallo A Victory for the Board of March Tuloy ren dered his decision in regard to the petition of tho board of trade asking for n modifica tion of the injunction restraining the board of trade from discontinuing Its quotations to tho bucket shop Judge Tuley de cided that ho would modify the injunction tho board of trade would agree to permanently go out of tho business of fur nishing The board of trade men regard this as an Important victory for Thoy will discontinue furnishing quotations on April L In Memory ot John NEW March Waldorf Astor intends to placo a memorial of his father in Trinity church to consist of bronze doors costing not loss than These are to be placed at the Broadway and at tho sxipplomentary entrances to the north and south sides of the nave of the Ono of the leading architects of this city will design and as works oi art they are expected to bo They will be designed to represent scones from tho life of Christ Another Outrage NKW March TimesDemocrats Pensacola special says Tuesday morning at an early hour Simon Simpson colored was taken from the Jack son county jail at Mariana by a mob of masked men and shot to He was a bad character and after escaping from the whoro ho was serving a life sentence for ho lied a farmer near Mariana a few days Tho mob was composed of both whites and ATTi CAPITAL A Days Proceedings in the National THE ANTITRUST BILL ttin Wyoming Admission Mill Comos Vf hi tint Rocrotary Answer to a Chinaman Who WIMms to Bring IIU Wlfo to This Coun llrownn 1ort To lie Taken to WASHINGTON Mnrch senate Wcdtifsdny n author izing the s navy to remove the naval magazine from Ellis island in New York harb and to purchase n site for raid cri ct n magazine at some other and ippi oprluting for this und more to enable the secretary of the treasury to improve Kills island for immi gration The nntitruat bill was then taken up and Homo Under a resolution reported from the committee on ru s the houso took up the Wyoming admission bill the previous question to be considered as or dered at 1 oclock Bills wore introduced as follows by Brook of appropriating for a public building at by Wall of New to provide for the organi zation and rate of pay of a veterinary corps of the This bill provides tuat the veterinary corps shall bo composed of one veterinary with tho rank and pay of a major of cavalry four veter with the rank of captains of cavalry ton assistant with rank of first lieutenants of rind ton assistant with tho rank of SBCond lieutenants of Applicants for appointment as must be graduates of some veterinary college unless they are already veterinary burgeons in the Building Lots Sale Corner Main and for Eighth and Mnth and Bluff two each for Alton Fifth One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet to one hundred feet and all very Prices from on terms to suit One of the nicest residence plats in Over 100 Houses and Lots m different parts of the Call and see EXCEEDED BY IN one in Quality and AT THIS CttH and Beo March Curoot la tataw urged Itojmblbwn and Mo arcl Ut loaders to ralenw Uw Pake of oSs f rom the at Clairvaux where ho is uow Shi Will llt AuittrlttU Maroh olurloal wpw at r announces the betrothal of tlio 1rln e 41 widow of tho Arohduko Bu to the Archduke holr to tho AuHtriun Haw Ioturn March tlmtim Arab now saw nftt Tool IoKW of IM liters ufwr tUu Arrested a Preacher for Preston while preaching at a country place over tho Florida was called outside by a messenger who told him his mothor was very ill and had sent for Chancy dis missed the and on going out was arrested by a deputy marshal for rob bing tho mails at five years ano Chanoy admitted that he was tho man He was taken to Huntsville for Two Young Olrls lladly March and Kate McCarthy wore driving a young horse In the vicinity of in the oast part of the The Incoming fright ran and the ladies were thrown out and tho buggy landed on top of Thoy lay for some time before thoy were Their injuries will probably prove Apprehension of a Uara Maroh res idents of Johnsons a hamlet In tho suburbs of this have appealed to tho selectmen to send an export to examine the dam at Hollow The pond covert and tho dam Is forty feet Forty or fifty families llvo In tho hollow below the and thoy are in constant fear of A Uroak In the March levoa at Iu Issaquons fifty miles south of broke TuoBday nlzbt The town of Skipwith is now under Tho Lake Washington country am Htverelde branch of the Now Or leans and Texas railroad will go under The break is feet Flvo NEW March Picayune Arkansas City special says Monday morning a skiff containing oven uupo John Louis and Harriet Ijo and her four rouging from I to 10 years of capsized oud all drowned except UloketU and the nix yoarol Four lloyn Maroh BOM o Farmer Bhlp of and two othe names wore drowned In th MiUuri fix miles north of Oma ha Sunday while duck Their boa won found bottom side but the bodle have uot yet been QUONG LEES QUESTION The Only Way Ho Can Urine HiH Wife and Chilli to This WASHINGTON March fiecreiary Tichenor has written a letter to Quong of in answer to a question wheihor ho could scud to China for his wife and You fays Tlohonor iu that you intend to become n citizen of tho United and have made declaration of buch and you intimate that you are but you fail to answer tho question propounded to you in tho depart ments letter of the 1st as to the na ture of your occupation in this Can Not Hccomo a From the Indorsement of District Judge Chnpman on your it appears you are ongagod in tho laundry but such occupation does not from tho class of nor can you claim immunity for your relatives from tho Chinese restrictive by reason ot your of intention to become a citizen of the Unite 1 States since tho law of May prohibits the admission of any Clii nose persons to As your wife and children do not uipar to hnvo ever resided in tho United thoy cannot bo admitted to otherwise than upon tho production of a crtiflcuto from the Chinese government declaring tlniin to bo persons other than such vrtillcate under tho tho solo evidence per inlssable to establish a right oi entry into the United John Browns WASHINGTON Muhh Browns a historic landmark at Har pers is to be moved to Chi The papers makim a transfer of the property to Alfred a Chicago law wore signed hero by CoL James the attorney for tho tlio Pusoy Jonos manufacturers of wood pulp at the The price paid for it is said to be It Is not known whether tho purcbasj was for Moore or for oth Nothing has beon known of the nego tiations until thoy wore completed Tho fort was originally an engine house milt ot brick and find is to lie taken to Chicago and 1 for show t will be transform within sixty days by bo terms of tho DEALER IN Oil O WILL BE FOUND LOWERConsidering Qualities and Styles Than in any otber bouse in Iu consequence of tho EXTENT of our KALES we are enabled to do Business on a VERY CLOSE MARGIN and it is a ognized fact that we handle by far LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE OVER 700 KINDS AND A THROW ASIDE EATERS AND INVEST IN Cloves and A Two March Harden thrown from hU horse hen Tuesday and had his leg The homo then ran over Miw Canto Internal injuries from which nho U expeotod to Ixjgau Coming WASHINGTON March 87 Lo gan and her will eave on Monday for thoy will join and accompany him in ils private car upon a trip to Logan and bur daughter will occupy the compartment named tho Logan room Iu ionor of tho general upon tho occasion of Grand Army trip several years Logan expats to return to Washington y the 15th of upon which date a gar den party for tho benefit of tho Garflcld Memorial hospital will ho given In the spa cious grounds of the Calumet under Logans personal uiunagomout as presi dent of the Hnnitte Order of WAHHINGTON March lie publican senators had a caucus at which the ardor of business arranged by the steorlng committee wan and It was ngrood that tho sonate should moot hereafter at 11 oclock in tlio The order of busi ness provides that tlio dependent pension bill shall bo taken up when the antitrust bill has been disposed and that alterwurd the bill for tlio admission of Wyoming shall bo Tho Montana ohcUon casomirii to have right of way Monday to tho exclusion of other Kuologlmil WASHINGTON March house committed on appropriations has authorised a favorable report on tho sonato bill for tho ontabllnhmeiit of u National Bonloglcal park in this with an amondmrut providing that onohulf of the appropriation of shall be paid out of tho treasury of tho Dis trict of tho Illulv WABIIINOTON March Mary Hunt addressed tho house on cation on the necessity of nalloual aid fo Hlio favored tho lilalr uud ualcl she rrgrottod JIH defeat in the Builders Hardware a I have the Finest Line of Carpenters Tools in Floss Third Telephone I urn now receiving a largo and varied stock tf in att prevailing for Spring which I am prepared to make up ia tfce GUARANTEKING A Perfect Reasonable Rates and Complete the A TMt of March Imvo iiur oil to open tho SOIIKOII on day on which tho National u test of toe rival oftn be To Ivnulim March Uepro H n lias liitroltuxfl In i bill KiituiiiDl of Oisi n v Miry widow of ti Thv Joiuli I MuMi il nil ali U on cuii h niiidorid u fa vurubio 4o m Jurlil July cliiiiiw bill id il I4 IlIU 1OO1O2 re QUICK MJSAL UAaOLlXK   

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