Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 21, 1887 · Page 1
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VOLUME 26. NUMBER 226. To Regulate 1» irar- raiitod not to oontalh a Blhgle particle i 1 ln)nrt * n ' ^bwnnco, but U . Oon»" Att DISBASBB' isist BY UERANOKMBKT ft* THE LlVMIl. K1BNBM ASD ' II your uirur IB out of order, tlmn 7?««fWhMo System Ig deransecl. The blood 14 impurd, iho bi-eath offehftivo j Jon to»To heaaaohn, fool lunanld, dfs- plrltoU nnd nervous. • To 'pravent u more serious condition, take M onoo Hlmmona a acd- with Kidney I Affeodoni, avoid stimulants and toko Sim- laons Wror.Kegulutor. euro to leatore. It you huveouteu uuvtbiiiB linrd of : dlgeitrou; .or leel lieuvy uTter meh s or sieepleei at night, take a doge and ' ' you will feel relieved and Bleep pleaa-' If yon are a miserable, infferer with . Constipation, liyupvpilB, and UU- lomn»»», seek rellul at once m 8Itn< mona JLlvur Uenulutor.lt does ,not require coutlmial-dosing, and contg l>nt a trine, It wilt onre yow. If you wake up in »ue nioining with a bitter, bad tauto in > our vnouiu, TBVG Stowons L Ter Begnlator. ; It cor I ftlVC^otH the'blllbUa stomaob; sweetens the broath. and cleanses the Furred Tongue. Uhlldron often>heed sotnu Bale cttthurtlu and [Tonic* to avert approaching uickness. slmmona Liver BogiUator will lullevo Oudo, Headache, Sick Stomach, Indignation, Uyatn- t«ry,<and Complaints incident to Childhood. At' Any time t you feel yonr syaicm needs «loanmnir ; tonl»K<' reitUjaUng. irithoat violent pnrgluif. or etlmnlat- Ing without intoxicating, take.• . Simmons Liver Regulator rRKPXRED BT •J, H. Zeilln & Cb., Pblla.y Pa. PIUOE, Jl. " 4-mw( wlky tfSEH- We do not manufacture Lard, Candles,-Butterlne, or any kindred truck; we do not first squeeze'tho fatand oil out of our stock, and then convert the'refuse Into a worthless soap. We are".not near stock yards or slaughter houses! buy no diseased or dead animals or refuse material. BILVER SOAP 18 made Of PDBB'TAL- Low, by a clean process, and can be used freely without danger of having the skin diseased or poisoned.- ASK TOCB, OBOCEB FOB IT. EMPIBE SOAP CO, ST. LOUig. MO. W. F. EN8BNGER, Plain atod Decorative AU WORK PROMPTLY ATTKNDBD TO AT LOWEST :TBKM8. SHOP ON SECOND ST., NEAK PIASA AtTON. ... JJUL EMPIRE MILLS, SEOOND 8TJRBBT (Near Piasa), ALTON, ILL FOB 8ALB : Ground Oata, Ground Corn, Hay, Oats, Com, Corn Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Graham Flour,eto I'HOMPTLY DKLIVBUED TO ANY PAHT OF TIIK OITV. M.WILKINSON. Iy7 dtf Patents. ro ny peraona wlabltu; to obtain lettei \iatont on new ravflntlona, improvements o (tc»lgn»,'I Trtll eiflouto drawings and apoolfl ' nations and make applicittlona for Patontt Ml oonaultatlon, In penon or by lotto , frup AJton, HI. & co., 8UOOKRSOK8 TO A. H. MOUINNBY ft CO., Highest Market Price Paid for Corn and Pickles. STILL SLOP FOB 8/lLtt. , Olllilft. What te t.Uo real name of Ouldix, the noToltntf . It isLouIsado laJftaliie. Slibla said to'tifliU .daughter of a Frenchman and on Knglig iWoman. All her booki are ftritteh IU th 'English language. ' Navftl Offlcor» of Hlgli Kanlt. ; What are the highest RrndoR in the'Unltw BUUosftnvyf 8, One odAilnil, olio Vlce-ndmlra), and eeVon reai> Eflmlrald. I'renldaiitlal Vote. \Vho would hove been elcctrd president. In J68i If the popular votu liad eleuttil Instead of th electoral collide t roLrrica. Clovelana. nis pluraJitv over Blahio was 62,083. ; Unnso Population. .Belgium niidfinglnnd'are'about''alike, Belgium having 485 people to the square mile, and England Iwviiij* 494. (3wetleh niul' Ndr- woy aro tliu mast, spnijsely populated: Sweden having S7 HmrNorway 15,j»oplo to the Hijuuro laiilo. The'Amp)ilblon« WImle. IB the whalo a flsU'or ah animal t fir-ADEn. Whales nro warm blooded animals- they breathe air,; they bring forth their young ullvo and 'suckle them' from two mamma? for H uuiishleViiblu purioU aftxsr birth. A Minor's Promise. A young man uuUer SI years of nge asks • woman of (he name age to be his wife. Can he b» BUtd for brtaeu of profnlsof No. A luiiior cmiiiot make a contract Absolutely Pure Thla powder never varies. A marvel o! purity, strength wbolnBOtneness. Sloro economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In competition with the multitude ol low test, nhort weight, alnm phnmlmio powders. SOLD OKLY IN CANS. ROYAL. BAKING PO WDEE 00., 108 Wall St., N. Y. . JanSdwly JOHN BAUER, DEALER IN AND MANtTFAOTtTafittJ FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, AI/TON, ir.L. All klnda of fine and oomiuoa fnrnltur'' conatantly on hand. Also undertaker, etc. A. J. HO WELL, -DEALEB IN- FURNITURE! . A Full and Complete Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL OKDEP FOB UPHOLSTERING Neatly and promptly executed. Bellu St., bet. Third and Fourth. UNDERTAKER. RESIDENCE OOR. 8TATB A 8EVKNTH STS SCOTT'S EMULSIQH OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL The Blibrtagd of Mr."" Joseph, treasurer of the .Grand lodge of Odd- Felldws df Tcias, is 523,185. The gorge and Ho6d at Lyons, Mich., left 1,000 acres of ice frbttiflve to twenty feet thick. The summer is provided for. It is reported that PornelPs mantle as leader of the Irish Nationalists is ,to fall on Justin McCarthy. ; Ground for the State Fair was set apart by the Supervisors of Decatur, 111., as a preliminary movement toward securing the prize. Archbishop Crpke's .non-payment of tax scheme is' not .generally indorsed by Irish member of 'parliament. ' ' East St. Louis manages .to develop a fresh brand of.chad's""at!:'every municipal election. The only way she will ever get her affairs straightened out willbe by sponging off ^Uie slate and start in anew. Six Democrats and three Republicans figure as bolters in New Jersey legislature and'priyent the election of a senator. The members being unable to do business, improve their time by mobbing each other. The Lake Borghe outlet project for drawing off the'surplus waters of the Mississippi riveb when at flood- tide, which . was brought forward with a flourish at the beginning of this session and supported for a time joy & publication etplaining its merits, has been'buHed in Committee. The Eastern liemof'.ratic and Mug- wump press are quarreling over the question," Who elected' Grover Cleveland President?," The •, New York Sun says: "There is no-dispute about his "nomination.: ,, That was the work of _'Daniel ; Manning; alone;' and no other man could have' done it." . Maggie Beadling', the 16-yeir-bld bed-ridden daughter of a miner,at : Banksville, Pa., announced last November that at 2p.m. Feb. 17, 18S7, she would be restored to health. At the appointed hour Thursday she arose from her bed, flung aside her crutches, and danced about the room^to the amazement of a i umber of people who had gathered to witness the miracle. The senior Senator from Illinois is a man of philanthropic disposition. His latest display of kindness to his fellow-man was a resolution offered by him, last week, asking the Secretary of War whether there was necessity for a number of clerks in two departments working extra hours. The solicitude displayed by Mr. Cullom for the frightfully over-worked government office clerks is most admirable. Everybody knows that they are compelled to slave from early dawn to sunset, and to add 10 their lours of toil is a hardship almost too great for endurance. In 1880 during a war on passenger rates, a combination of brokers jought up over $100,000 worth of ickets of the Lake ffiiie & AVf stern ssue with Chicago & Alton coupons attached, good from Sandusky, O ., o St. Louis via Bloomirr;ton, 111., When the Lake Erie & Western went nto bankruptcy their tickets were •epudiated and the action of the receiver in refusing to acknowledge .hem was sustained by the courts. Hie Alton coupons, however, were not affected by this, and they in large liiantities'have been cut off and jliiced in the hands of Chicago and it, Louis scalpers. Democratic Shortcomings. NEW YORK, Febl 18—Senator II. M. Teller, of Colorado,.was at the '•fifth Avenue Hotel to-day., He said in an Interview. "The Senate has appropriated, nearly $60,000,000 for Bteil cruisers and coast defenses,and ithe people will 1 watch with^ interest what a. Democratic; House wiill !dp when it passes uppn.th'b appropriations. If it rejects them, the Democratic party will have to suffer. The wrangle between the two factions of the Democratic party in the House are not calculated to. procure legislation. It looks as if the Democrats were very much divided and not at all in love with the President. In my State the Democrats prefer some other candidate. Governor Hill, of New York, suits them.better. The administration has been siich a failure, I do not..think' the Republicans will have any trouble in winning at the next election. Look what a miserable failure the foreign policy has been. The appointments and the whole conduct of foreign' affairs has been disgraceful.. Why could not Mr. Cleveland' have, appointed Thurman, a man of brains, to. .represent this country us .Minister to England; The man selected had no expeiience"In• public! affairs and was not knowh.'exce'pLas a very capable country lawyer.! Then look at .our bulldozing poor Mexicoabout a blatherskite^ Secretary Bayani committed an,egregious blunder by taking 8ucli/n decided, stand;.in the matter Before! he, Knew ' the .facts. The fishery question, ..too, has* been'hand- •led badly,and reflects no credit, upon Mr. Bayard. If the House refuses to pass the Senate retaliation bill— and.it, lopks! very much', as if it will— another^seripus mistake will be cbarR- ed ;againsc;;''ihe, .Democ^ats^ ' .It is' .evident that President 'eieveland has no special weightv'and. : will do nothing toshapeja poHpy^ithat!;, will win the applause and admii'aiion 1 either of his party.or' the'people. ..at'large. If. he is nominated in 1888 : lie will not be elected." Lady Burned to Death. HiLLSBpiio, Ill,\ Bob. 19-T-A terrible accident occiired at Litch3eld about 8:30 o'clock'/to-night, resulting in the death^ -of, Mrs. WiHam Maxey,.. !Atthe ; hour named a .coal- oil lamp exploded in the residence of Mrs. Maxey and before assistance could be rendered she had been so terribly burned that she died in a few moments. Mrs. ! Maxey was about 70 years old and lived alone with her husband. Much excitement was occasioned,"but;.the','-' residence was saved from destruction. Veterans Welcome tliolr Chief, BI.OOMIKOTON, III.,.Fob 18—Ca.pt. A. C, Sweetser, ; the . Com'nmnder of the Grand Army, department, of Illinois, was welcomed to-night iby the veterans with musie and speeches. Uapt. Sweetser is a native of Oxford county, Maine, and is 48 years old. He has lived in Bloomington thirty years. He lost a leg at Petersburg. He served in the 8th and '38lh Illii nois. 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 BELOW Everything mnst go to save cost of moving and storing. Table-ware, Cutlery, Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Granite-ware, Locks, Springs, and eve- jything kept in any hard- w are store. A11 these and were bought before the recent advance in prices. To those contemplating building this spring, I offer 1,000 KEGS OF STEEL NAILS! at factory Prices- Eememeber the places: 119-121 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 Once and Secure Bargains I W SIEM. Hardware and Farm llacliinery. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE Best Buggy in the World. Almost as Palatable as Milk. Th» only preptrtttnn of COD MVEB OIL th»t cin be taken to»iUl}%ud tolerated (or » lung tuue bjr delicate etoiuochi. AND AS A •IIKMKPT FOU fOSBPMPTtptt. SCIlOKlil.'OI 8 *J i .*'KCTlftllH. AfJAKMU f 'OVK- El'AIijtMllLITt,CI)ll(lll8jt?i'P THROAT .IK t'ECTIOAB, iiml all HASTI.VU DJSUIIDKIIH OF CIIII.DllKN It It nup-elloairin IU ri'inlU. iTtucrllwd «ud enclom 1 toy Uia bMI I'UjtloUui in tki cauotrlM o( »ho world. Congress. WASHINGTON, Feb. 19—Senate— Hr. Beck presented his personal pe- ition for the repeal of the naviga- ion laws, and supported the petition >y the statement that Count Von loltke had in a recent speech de- lared thut war was inevitable; in liat sort of a contingency Mr. Heck vanied Americans to own ships and ave a chance at the ommerce carry- ng of the world. The conference eport on the bill for the reooinuge nd retiring of the trade dollar was greed to, and the bill goes to the 'resident. The river and harbor ill debated till adjournment. Mouse—The pension committee -'ported back the dependent pension ill with the unanimous rocommcnda- on that it do pass, notwithstanding ie I'rc.-idi nt's obj ctlons. The bill as made the special order for next hursday. The questions of admit- ing several torritprina to statehood, and the appropriation to fence in graves of con federate dead, led to a bitter partisan d, bate, and on the lust named issue there was it vigorous waving of the bloody .shirt by Keptiblicua loaders. Wily do your corns pain ynuP "Ueiui the answer In tlio stara," and iua 'I'mlu' corn." 11 Judfje Treat Betttgned. WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.—The resignation of Judge Sumiiel Treat, Judge of the United States District Court, for {.lie eastern district of Missouri, to. .take effect March J, is in the hands of the President. It is probable action will be taken upon it tomorrow by the nomination of Judge Anios W. Thaycrto be Judge Treat'i successor. No otbur spring niucliome liiis won for itsolf suuh utiivoi-«al qbuliduaco as Ayur's Saraapunlia. Ii Is tbo most powerful ooinbin-uion of vegetable alierativos nvor ufforiid to iho public, anil ID acknbwledjfod by tbo luudiual n to bu ibo bodt blood punlior. • dvv lw ANNOUNCEMENT, Wo are authorized to announce JOHN W. ASHaga candidate t for Olwrk of the City Court of Alton, at the election Tuo«d«y, March lit, 1837. PRICE LIST: in the city, at hard times prices, sold on weekly and monthly payments. Agents for the Three-Cone Perfection Burners and Stand Lamps, FINE HANG1NG LAMPS, $1,75, $2, $2 50, ,f,t, $6.50, $7.50 to $10» Head quarter8 ioi ¥ EUPION and CARMINEBURIVING 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 Sts., ALTON, ILL THE BEST ON EARTH I LaBelle, • Fairy, - • • Diamond Light, Fancy, - - PKIt 1JHI, $4,75 4,50 • 4-00 3,50 BOSS FILLED WATCHES, From () 18 to $50. Warranted 2O Yeaiu BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. I H J. O. BEADING JEWELER

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