Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 16, 1887 · Page 1
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EVENING. FEBftUABY 16. I«J AN AFJ-aoMOS OF THE 'LIVER, AND CAN BB THOROUGHLY CUBED BY TUB UUAND BEyUiATOtt OF THE L1VEU AND BItlAllI OKQANS. Toall suffering from Slok Headache and Biliousness.' .••;••.!'•.'. .'/.•; ;;..,:.,!..... .',:,"Have been a victim to the ubbve for yoorg and, after trying various remedies, >my only »«joes« was In the use of SIMMONS LIVER BEGCTLATOB, which nimr. failed to relieve me 1 n twolye bourn; and I can assure, those Buffering from' the above that they would be •MAM. t»»».i.i t,y i ta uj e> jgrteak-wit my—>le family. Tours respect- J. M. FILLSfAN, selma, Ala." •elf, but my whole famil fnlly, Throbbing Headache, It Is tho best roo-'lolne the world" ever saw. >We have tried forty ottos remedies betor* Simmons Liver Bonn- tor, but none <of them gave n» more than temporary relief; but the Begulntor not only relieved, but poured ng.—Ed. Telegraph null Messenger, Mucon, Go. BllionsTcolic. , , SIMMONS' JJVBB HBGULATOB cured mo from onse pi lone standing Bilious colic after S«? r r I £?n lolBe 3<"} Ued - 1 ""to*" one of tho best family medicines I ever used. "T. J. LAN1BB, Petersburg, Va. QEND1NE _. _, „ Manufactured by J. H. Zeilia, & Co., Phlla., Pa. 8--my23ocxlAwltly " Curious Divorce Caid. MABION, Ind., Fib. 13 A di voroe complaint, which creates a profound sensation in the oommuni ty in which the parties are well known and of the highest standing was filed here yesterday. James L Felton aud Miss Mary. Fesler were mamed On New/ Year's Day last When the ceremony was over the Wide informed the groom that that was as far as it would go, and they would part. She told him she had never loved him, in fact, hated him and would have nothing more to do with him. When Felton expostulated and became angry she« emphasized 'her positidn by hitting him With her fist and nearly closing, his eye. Since then sbe has refused to speak to or recognize him, -and rejects all overtures lookingto a recbn oiliatipn. Her strange conduct is a mystery to her most intimate friends. The facts here given are set forth m the complaint, and Felton asks to be set free. '' • : , do not manufacture Lard, Candles, Butterlne, or any kindred truck; we do not first squeeze tho fat and oil out of pur stock, and then convert f^e refuse Into a worthless soap. We are not near stock yards or slaughter houses, Ipuy no diseased or dead animals or refuse material. SILVER JBOAP Is made of PUEB TAL- tow, by a clean process, and can ba used freely without danger of having the skin diseased or poisoned. ASK YOCR GROCER FOR IT BMP IKE SOAP GO. , ST. LOU 13. MO. TO ADVERTISERS For a check for $20 we will print a ten-line advertisement in One Million Issues of leading American Newspapers. This is at the rate •f only,one fifth of acont a Une.for 1,000olrou • lationl The advertisement will bo placed before One Million DISTEKBNT newspaper purchasers;—orFFVBMILLION RBADBRS. Ten lines will accommodate about 78 words. Address with copy of adv. and check, or scud 30 'o«»ts for book of 176 panes. OEO. P. KOWELL &CO., 10 Spruce St., N. Y. JalB^llm W. V. ENSINGER, Absolutely Pure This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity, strength wholosomoness., More eoo- nomical than the ordinary hinds/and cannot be, sold In competition with the multitude oJ low test, shore weight, alnm phosphate pow- SoW'So'Sa?fefe YAL BAKING . • .. .. lanSdwly JOHN BAUER, DEALER IN AND MANOFAOTURKRJ OF ' FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, AI,TON, ILJL. All kinds of flue aud common fnrnlturo constantly on hand. Also undertaker, eto. apWdwlw LA.TEST NEWS, The* fund for the benefit • of MM. Logan now amounts to 864,000. Bhiafleld & CO'B sale'6f liorScs at Lexington, Ky., yesterday, realized 830,320. ' Submission gained a victdl-y in the Missouri House of Representatives yesterday, • ; .*•,,, J. McCarthy, a brakeman, was knocked from' a traia and killed near Clinton, Mo./< ••' •'-•/. ,,...,:,; .;•• ; Geo. W. Little, of Sarcoxic, Mo., was murdered by a gang of rufiians at Carthage", Mb. • : The sales of wool in Boston last week aggregated 2,108,000 pounds domestic and 326,000 pounds foreign, total 2,438,000 poundij. r Exports of dairy, 'products for nine months ending January 31 were valued at $8,076,5 ; 58,;:'against $8,635,336 the same time last'year. The wholesale hpiise of "Block, Oppenheiiner & Co., of Galvestbn, Tex., 'dealers in dry goods, boots and shoes, failed 'yesterday with liabilities aniouhting to $750,000.' Miss Edith Talmage, daughter df the f ambus Taberijiiacle preacher, was last night united in marriage by her father to Mr, Allen E., Bonnan, a Richmond,. Ya., /."tobapcq merchant. Exports, of wheatiand^flpur from the chief Atlantic ports last week, were 1.010j90Q .bushels, an increase over the'previous week of 44i;800 bushels, and of i}437,300 bushels over the same week last yW; ..\ •'"; The 1 final report : :on the 'estate of the'late Cyrus Hi' McGormick of Chicago,. the. famous reaper ' manufacturer, was filed yesterday.'' The" estate amounted to nearly $5,Opb.OOO. ( Alexander McArthur,,?who has made' a special study of the Arctic region, has left Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a companion and. a load of provisions to 'discover the north pole.' A bill will shortly be introduced in >he Illinois Legislature ^providing !pr a topographical' survey ' of the state for the purpose of reclaiming :he vast areas of swamp land now useless. Legislature. BLD, 111.,Feb. l5~-There was good attendance in the House and Senate to-day, and an evident disposition to forward the routin* business of the session, which has been interrupted by junketing trips. Quite a number were anxious to push their measures, in order to get away to-night and to-morrow for the State encampment of the Grand Army at Rock Island, and it is probable that there will be many absentees throughout the week. There will, however, be cjuite enough present to mak« important progress in legislation. THE LIVE ITOCJC LAW. In the Senate to-day the bill to revise the Live Stock law was considered on third reading, but lacked three votes of the number necessary to pass with the emergency clause, and it was recommitted tc permit the consideration of some amendments which are expected to make it acceptable to some who oppose' it in its present form. . TUB INTEREST BILL. 'Mr. Fuller caiJed up his bill "No-. 1 in the House,'' litaiting the legal rate of interest td,6 ;'per Cent/ He said that the opposition to this measure was ,due solely to small country banks • an'd •mbney-leftderf E 'and he understood; that t'hejrtfere''stirred up by Chicago i fianfsV i^He 'eent';to the Clerk'Bl.desk :a'prrnte4 letter/ signed by Elmer Washburn^ of'the'LTnion Stbo'k Yards'Natibnal Bank; Chlc'agb, which; he said,, 1 has befcn'^ i e' i iit.'a'l? ! by6r the State'to stir ''up oppbsiti(3n''t6:t'ne bill:" "The, 'Ie'tt6r '' I am going to consolidate my two establishments, and have to make room for new goods,and offer my entire stock, from now until March 1st, at Prices BELOW Oost 1 .. • • * -,'.•"' -' ' '•/-•, Everything mxist go to save cost of moving and storing Table-ware, Cutlery, ^toves, Hardware, Tinware, Granite-ware, Locks, Springs, and eve- .lything kept in;any hardware store. A 11 these bill.'; ._,,-.-,„ T -o_ r .. is not:a good one, foirdommercial interests." : ;:Miv .Jf^iier" 1 -*- 1 '-^^^'^- SCOTT r S EMULSUIM OF PURE COD LIVER OIL Plain and Decorative WOBK FBOUPTLY ATTKNDKD TO AT LOWEST TBUM8. OFFIOK AKD SHOP ON Almost as Palatable as Milk. Tbo only preparation of COD HTEB OH th»t eta .bo taken rcadilj%nd tolerated for a hag time bj dollute »toui«chs. A KEMEDT FOB COXSCMPTTOIT. L DKmUTT. .nd .11 It l. In iu regolk -.- »BII/>oi8Ttt. ST., NEAR HASA AI/TON. ... EMPIRE MILLS, ), ALTON* ILL » -^ , — ." : * O I - Ground Oats, Ground Corn, Hay, Oats, Corn, Com Mew, Buckwheat Flour, Graliam Plour,eto PROMPTLY DBLIVEIIBD TO ANY PAST OF _ , _ . . 1y7 dtf T. L. SOTLDS & CO., BDOOKSBOHS TO A. B, ilOKIJJNKY A 00., A. J. HOWELL, -PKALBB IN- FURNlfcRE! , A Full and Complete Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND, ALL OBDKP FOB UPHOLSTERING NoRtly and promptly executed. Belle Bt., bet. Third and Fourth. Congress. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10—Senate— Communication from the secretary of the treasury concerning the need of appropriations for Sitka, Alaska, presented. House amendments to trade dollar bill non-concurred in. Missouri judicial/district bill passed. Federal officials in the Western district of Texas were the subjects of an investigating resolution by Mr. Hoar in connection with the alleged Washington county election outrage cases. Mr. Mitchell offered a reso- Jution to still further investigate the financial relations of the Pacific railroads andjthe federal government, the idea being that the government is getting the worst of it. Discussion of the, naval establishment and Eads' ship railway bills consumed the afternoon. House—Conferees appointed on the Indian appropriation bill. The point of order raised concerning the rules and the Mrs.' Logan pension bill were ducided by the Speaker in favor of the point of order,,resulting in the the matter being sent to the committee on rules, thus preventing present consideration of the matter by the house. The diplomatic and consular appropriation bill was debated till adjournment and very material changes made in its provisions. passage; of thirbiu; will lna|ke Illinois the greatesb commerciarA'arid"''111(11111- f^<fto?IfiR?.St^!rf.!i'pyt^"'UM^*"b'Ut made : no attempt to demonstrate' 1 the mannerln:whilch its opera^ibn • would bring;about'this re8ult.; j; H'e 'matte' 'a lively'speech '••{ or 'his • billy as• a? measure' in'th'ej.Ijitei'est^pf J 'p&p'f ; '^e(|ple, and the hard ji wbrkiiag';Cl&s8es;' > The farmers', in',''iliie' iHous^'opposed' ihe bill; claimiilg 'that It .woitild';,makeVa difflcultjr in obtaining loans' without paying a large : bttnus to mid.dle itnen and others, and claimed that it woiiia drive cabrtal fr6m,"the Sthfe ,'^he 'debate on the bill 'was' out 'off by• adjournment:, 1 ftfad ' ,wiy n'li.t'iiipmpleibed. . COMMITTKK W"OKK."' ' •''•" 'The ;H6ijsef Judicial' Department committee, 1 Mr. ; MessicK,' !! chairman, passed upon several bills and recom s mended, their 'passage,' among /which Mr. Fuller's bill authorizing city and village' authorities"'^' lax transient merchants and;p_eddlers; also, Mr. Campbell's bil) f prohibiting the sale and;manufacture of ,cbmj)6und rectified or adulterated liquors, having as a basis, in.whble or in'pa'rt^alcphbl, cologne spirits or highwines'•';- also, Mr. Messick's bill, establishing state grain inspection aCEftWS;''Louis and Venice; also, Mi-.'.B'akef.'s'bill,/ regulating telephone"cptnpanies !; by l-e- stricting 'tnoir' charges 'to $3 per month'where 6icie r telephone','i'si ,used, and $2 per month • where • twp r or more 'instruments' are : . ! 'us0d ! .' by the same individual; artd Mr,'Jones' bill, providing'for terras : of the county court'in Crawford county in 'June and December. and were bought before the recent advance in prices- To those contemplating building this spring, I offer 1,000 KEGS OF STEEL NAILS! '.•••' . t • ..• at factory Prices- Rememeber the places.' 119-121 SECOND STREET, AND 115 THIRD STREET. ' i " This is no catch-penny humbug sale of old and worn-out stock, but a bona fide reduction solely to save expense of moving or storing. Call at Once and Secure Bargains! WM. STEM Highest Market Price Paid for Corn and Pickles, STELL SLOP FOB BALK. '• \ gepTdwflm : • • • - • For Sale, " ~ • ThB WoodrooJ proporty. A ) story (ramtt bouee o( 8 roomi, onViftli and- Alton Streets. " [JNDEBTAKEBS HEBrDKHOK OOB. 8TATB A flKVBNTK STS LIVBKY STABLED 8TOHKT, DBTWBKN ELUMOI mvioiv The Bottle Business. CINCINNATI, Ohio, Feb. 15—The Western Flint and Bottle association met here to-day with President Joseph Hamilton in the chair and all the members present or represented. It was unanimously decided to withdraw all prices from the trade and furnish quotations .only upon application. No Hjinpatliy lor Soldiers. It was generally expected that Mr. Cleveland would veto the dependents' pension bill. He hns never shown aym- patliy with the soldier as an individual: it was not supposed that he would pity the soldier collectively. Tho most ob- jootionable part of' Mr. Cleveland's public career Is hia attitude toward tho aolUiers M a pensioner. Ho rolls vetoes of public and private pension bills as swoBt morsels under his tongue. It is not simply because ho vetoes pension bills, but because of tho manner in whUih ho vetoes them, that he is disliked by those who cherish the idea that the Uulou army was a patriot army.— Inter Octan, What people want in a -carriage is ease and durability on a rough roiul. Tho Rioo Coll Spring fills tho bill. dwtw No otlior modloino Is so reliable as Ayer's Cherry I'eotoral, for tho cure of oougus, colds, ana alj dorangomonts of tup respiratory oVgans; 'It relievos the asthmatio and consumptive, even in, advanced stage* of disease. dwlw Collision oh "life" feeeV tine—A Porter's Presence of Mind. , SnELBYVrtLB, 111.,Feb. 15~Abbut four miles wes^of this city 'the'^eastbound passenger i train on the Bee Line at about 10 o'clock last night met with an accident which came very nearly being a dreadful calamity, • involving the loss of human life, but f °r tho presence of mind of tho colored porter of the Pullman sleeper attached to the train. From some cause the engine became disabled and the engineer sent the fireman to signal to a freight which he knew was following him, with orders to scatter torpedoes on the track to warn the approaching train of the danger, the heavy fog preventing light ^signals, but tho downgrade made it impossible for the engineer Of the freight.train to stop it. On it came, nearer and nearer,and when the colored porter heard the discharge of the torpedoes, fearing a catastrophe, he awoke his passengers told them to leave the car, hastily snatched up, some children and carried them out. No sooner was the oar emptied of its. human freight than the engine of the freight struck the sleeper, cutting it in two and partly wrecking tho nearest passenger coach.' The freight engine was badly damaged. The passengers had all left the cars,' and this fact alone prevented a terrible loss of life. The cars and engine wore brought to this city to-day'. Only ouo man wag slightly injured In tho wreck. Hardware nd Farm HKADQUABTERS FOB THE Best Buggy in the World. iii 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, $4, $6.50, $7.50 to $10, Headquarters for EUPION and CARMINE BURNING OILS. SIGNAL OIL, ENGINE and - A 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 Sts., ALTON, ILL THE BEST ON EARTH! Mm. Hurlbut, of Belvldere. BKI-VIDBH*, 111., February 15.— The widow of the late General S. A. Hurlbut died on Friday hut, and wai burlsd an Sunday. BOSS FILLED WATCHES, From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30, H ROOTH THE BEADING . rim DVJVJ in, JEWELER myUdwly

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