Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 22, 1887 · Page 1
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VQlJtJME 26. AMOK, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING. EEBKtTARY 22. I8»7r^~~^SiiR -THE g BEST TONIC. ? This medicine, combining Iron With pnro vegetable tonics, quickly and comnlctelr t Con* DjripcptU. Indlgeition, Wcuk- , mem, Impure Blood, Halm-la. CliilU and Fever*, and neuralgia. v It IB invaluable for Dlscancs peculiar to • vWoBwnj and all who leail sedenfory lives. Itdao8notlA|orothetcoth,caiuehendachc,or prodnoo ctmBflpatlon-o/te- Iron medicinal ho. It ennenc* uidl tnuiflu the blood. rtlmulatea the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, relieve* Heartburn and Belching, and strengthens the miuclci and nerves. For Intermittent Fever., Kaultnde, Laolt of Hnergjr, etc., It bos no equal. ™ croteed redjunoi"on wrapper. Take no other. **tt ««lr by BBOna CnmcAI, CO,, BiMtBOBB, MD tiovc'g Going. 8KBTINK. e lies n-fllobpliigi innlilon, softly slnir,. ^,'St bo Bhcni Id wukcn; pluck I ho fiilllnif n«0 A-brustilntr 'giilnot lila ehook, 'her glow- Ope'd to Uio.Biui'g hot klnoRiir-fooUiih thliifr ToUsttiotnlc .off foMI-Utii auniincrgoes, • And all tlio roROR-pKtnlH I'niinpnrt. LOTO Hoe n-slPO)jiii(f i let, tlio uurtnlnA part Bo that (JIB Vircowi miij-; lightly to him nlnif Alullaby-rrthucliuiijn.'1'ul brucra that goos , A-whlspVlnif throuitli Ih« (friiss, whcro'or ._, . It rose, • i • ' Wbero'or It llBloth Ixnuid, n -wlltiil thlnir, Lowmurmurlntf s<vwt8,from nn lnoonn(imt heart- Jx>vcllcg(i-8loflj)ln«r: jirras i.'i,> |i'ilsln« In-art Ibat bcata iitfalnst thy l«i«oni • >i..iid apart Bbpuld mnr ble rout—tiro HOMJ- tliut lovers' Sing", Tho tale the butterfly te>)ln lo tho rrwo, The low wfml to the graee, imd onward goes. -iiK.' ah, how swiftly goes The eweot delusion ho hnth tnngbt thy •'•'heart,' • • . IWrrtaldon, prepslng totliy hmanfcthe rose _WboeeBun-klBB'(l'potalsmully:fall apart : Why thy quick linmtli! Tlmf rhymo wouldst •_• • henr him Blu« Which yesterday BWiin'tl such a foolish thing? Lovelies a-slceplng: nny, for such a thing Break not Ms HlumlHir. Bee how ' • do not manufacture Lard, f Candles, Butterlne, or any kindred truck; wa'do not first squeeze the fat and oil out of our stock, and then convert the refuse Into a worthless aoap. We are not near stock yards or slaughter houses, buy no diseased or dead animals or refuse material. » SILVER SOAP is made of PCBE TAL- tow, by a clean process, and can bo t used freely without danger of having the skin diseased or poisoned, ASK TOUR GROCER FOR IT. EMPIRE SOAP CO, ST. LOUIS' MO. CATARRH JULY'S CM IS A M 11A LM Is not a liquid, snuff or powder. Applied into nostrils is quickly absorbed. It cleanses tfa head, Allays inflammation. Heals ih* sora. Restores the senses of taste and swll. 80«itf« at Druggbti; ly mall, regiitcrul, 60 eenU. ELY BROTHERS. Drngglsts.Owcgo.NY. W. k\ ENSIJNGER, | Plain and Decorative OtfFIOM AND HHOP ON SBCOND 8T, NP4R P1A8A A.LTON. , . . T. L. FOULDS& CO., SUOOICHSORH TO A. K. MoKIN.VK V A CO., Highest Market Price Paid for Corn and Pickles. STILL SLOP FOB 8AJLK. That sinllo aorosn hip lips, tlinl will not «hig For very wlll'\iln(i»«. Ixjve hath no heart! Ii > no nnouId wuko. those red-rliMj lips Would part In laughter low to see tliie ravlsh'd roso. Lava jlog a-eleepln«-i ?o tho fiill-hlown i-osc Falls to tho earth H dead uujiltled thing; The grasses 'nenth tho breeze deop-slgh- Ing part •• • . . r.« And eway; and a» thy warm breath cornea and goes, In motion with the rod tides of thyhoart. The song IH hugh'd whleh Txive wns wont to sing. tore lies a-Blecplntr: thu«hidrcame licpws; Strive not to wniu'ii him, but toll thy heart "Love lies iwloi-pliifr, and ho may not Blng." —Cliarlos w. Coioimm. Jr., In Harper's Maga- .ztuo. Absolutely Thto powder never/ varies. A marvel of purity, strc/igtb wholosomonOBB. Moie economical than the ordinary binds, and cannot be eold in competition willi the multitude of low test, short weight, alutu phospha'e now- ]itn3dwly EMPIRE MILLS, SECOND STREET '(Near Plasa), ALTON, IM. I FOR SALEi ' Ground Oats, Ground Corn, Hay, Oats, Corn, Corn Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Graham Plour.otc PJIOMPTLY DELIVERED TO ANY PAUT OK THEiOITV. M. WILKINSON. Jy7 dtf D «b Havo been enjoyed i>y oltlrenn of every town and city In the U. 8. Mnrroloua Cures hnvo boon wit- TU . . s nvo oon w- y thounnndH of people, wUo cnn IQfitlfr to _. I WONDBRKUI. IlEALINO 1'OWEIl o" Hamlin's Wizard Oil, Neuralgia, Toothache, Headache, Earache, Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat, o^Back, Stiff . Joints, Contracted .Cords, RHEUMATISM) Sprains, Bruises, Burns. Fever Sores', Wounds, Old Soros, Chilblains, Frost Bites, Sore Nipples, Caked Breasts, and All Aches and Pains, are quickly rollovcd by this mnnlcnl remedy. Try It once nnit yon will never bo without It. For tale by arujTBlstii. I'rtoB. «Oc. Our KONO HOOK free to ulf. Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY. CHICAGO. SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL LATEST NBWH. The President says he will not appoint any one from Missouri or Hit- nois on the Inter-State Commerce Commission Admiral Porter urges the importance of coast defences of the United States,and contends for the superiority of the iron-clad monitor for this purpose. Negotiations between the Wabash and the Chicago, Burlington and Qumcy railroads f ,for the use of the former's tracks^into St.; Louis, are progressing satisfactorily to both companies. Senator Stanford',8 enthusiasm over his.plan lor erecting a great University in California^ said to' have reached such a pitch that he contemplates resigning his seat in order to devote his;whole time to the project. • A large fcur-story brick building m Haverhill,.Mas8., was burned .yesterday loss, 8100.000. tThe American House, at f Sun: -Prairie. Wis., was also burned; early,; yesterday morning. The guests escaped in their night clothes. In the matter .of the recent disastrous collision at Republic, Ohio., on the Baltimore and. Ohio Road, the Coronerls, jury,lays the/blame wholly upon the .company, which,, 'the j ury saysj was using: a •> poor y engine and employed careless or inexperi- •eneed:traintneni : ViU-uit JACK HAIMES of ,'.S.t... Louis is waiting ; ,tp celebrate h,is centennial birthday nextr fall,; and is.said to be :the liveliest ,trian.,in thatmlow- gowing towu. But Captain Jack was a live Jacksonian Democrat* and was with "Old Hickory" at the battle of New Orleans. A 14-tEABold son of Jackson Wren, residing ; in the northern part of Fayette county, III., attended) a spelling-match the other night, and while there took a bottle of writing- fluid out of his desk and dranfe from it. He died the next morning from the effects of poison contained in the ink. MOHHIS HATFIELD shot his wife at Bethany, Moultrio county, 111., and then shot himself. Ha died at once, but his wife will recover. It was the result of a family quarrel. TVm. Nelson, a farmer near Attica, New York, shot his wife and then shot himself. He is dead, but she is not fatally injured. The pair had quarreled . The bill providing that hereafter women who are convicted of murder in the first degree shall not be hanged was defeated in the New York Legislature Friday. This was the last hope for Mrs. Druse, the woman who was convicted of one of the most brutal murders on record, and she will, no doubt, be hauged next Monday, Feb. 28. Mrs. D»uae was convicted of killing her husband, and the evidence showed her not only to be a murderer, but a most inhuman butcher. She was not satisfied with killing the man, but cut his body in pieces, and part she fed to the hogs and the remainder she boiled and burned, compelling her children to take part in the unnatural crime. The bill to provide against hanging women was drawn with a special view to Mrs. Druse's case, after Governor Hill had refused to commute her sentence to imprisonment for life, and a special effort was made to have the Legislature save the woman from the consequences of her crime. Congress. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2L—SeBate- Mora Grand Army Post petitions against the pension veto. Resold tion to Inquire why the Governor of Cuba keeps Clvilo Poubla, an alleged American citizen, imprisoned. Isaac H. Sturgeon, of ; St. Louis, momorial- ized 4 for a purely United States canal across,the Isthmus of Panama. Senator iMitchell,,of Oregon, used some vigorous language about Col. Parkc for certain ; engineering business in Columbia river; Senators Conger and Hawley replied and made Col. Parkc out a thoroughbred, both as a gentleman and a soldier. Nicaragua ship-canal bill and the river and.har- bor bill were amended and passed. Messrs. Vest, Ingalls au»4Other,Sen- ators bad some spicy spatting, over the Missouri river commission in discussing the last mentioned measure. The Senate by a vote of 42 to 18 refused to adjourn over Washington's birthday. House—Peace petitions presented from Rhode Island. Debate over the proposition to repeal the pre-em- tiou, timber culture and desert land laws occupied the entire business portion of the day and was provocative of much scathing accusation in different official directions: the house refused to recede from its position on the bill and passed the measure divested of substantially all the senate alterations, and asked for a further conference. 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 mast go to nave cost of moving and storing. Table-ware, Cutlery, Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Granite-ware, Locks, Springs, and eve- jy thing kept in any hardware store. All these Will the Veto be Sustained. WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.—-The± fate- of the dependent pension bill is un r certain. It was supposed; when the veto message was first received, that there would be no doubt that the veto would be sustained, but very strong influences have been at work actively since-that time to enlist the soldier organizations in a movement to urge Congressmen to vote to pass the bill over ; the : veto, and these efforts ,bave not been without effect. •Whatever their .origin the protests from the Grand Army post against the veto..,have, much influence with a certain class of Congressmen. Besides; a,political element has entered into the question now which did not at first appear, and it is very evident that if the veto is to be sustained it must, get its chief -. support, frcm Southern votes.' Morrison and Randall both say that if the veto is to be: sustained it must be;byr Southern votes. And they are confident that it will be sustained, but by a small majority. The .vote in any event will be very close. Nc more than that can now be; .definitely said. This estimate relates to the House alone, for no one • considers what prospects there ,would be of passing the bill in the .Senate over the veto until the House .shall have acted upon it. If the House .should pass it over the veto the friends of the measure are very confident that it would also be passed by the Senate. No other spring, jnedicme Uas won for itsolf suoh universal confirlenco as Ayer's -Sarsapanlla.: .It. Is the most powerful combination of vegetable alteratives nvor offered to th« public, and is acknowledged by ;tho medical profession to-be the best blood punlier. dw Iw and were bought.;.before the recent advance in prices. To those contemplating building this spring, I offer 1,000 KEGS OF STEEL NAILS! at iactory Prices- Eememeber the places: 119-121 SECOND STREET, AND 115 THIRD STREET, 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! W M. S I E M Hardware and Farm laekkerv. HKADQUAItTEKS FOB THK Best Buggy in the World. ANNOUNCEMENT. Almost as Palatable as Milk. The only prewr«tlon of COD UTEB OIL tort can be taken re»dll)%nd talented tor ft low tune \a dtllcito stoiuachi. • AND AS A 11K1IEPT FOB COSBCMPTIOK. KCltOHII.Ot 8 AI-FKCTIONff Kltili DKIIIU'IY, C011UI1H i TIIUOAT At FEirfluS «mr«U WA8T1NU blSOUPKIld GHILPBEIflfU mtrrflloai In In rctulU. JToMrlboa »mj endonoa by (be bMlT&jrilaUBJi to tlia oountrttt of tba world. FOR 8ALC BV A Singular Discovery. ... ST. PAUL, Minn., Fob. 21—Col. J. H. )Vood, of this city, has received tho bodies of flve persons,—a man, woman and three children— taken from a cave in the bad lands, Dakota, by a miner searching for ore. The discovery was accidental. The bodies were simply dried up, not petrified, and are iu a remarkable (4ate of preservation. Scientific men who have seen them say they belong to it race that existed 2,COO years ago. The withered family will be sent to the Smithsonian Institute by Col. Wood. J Mliut True Merit Will Do. The unprecedented tmlo of Hosobeo'a Gorman Syrup within a lew years, has astoninhoil tho world. H is without doubt tho safi'st and best remedy over dlsoovorod for tho opeedy »nd effoctuul euro of Coughs, Colds and tho severest Luug truublus. IL nets on an entirely different principle'from the UKiml prescriptions given by physicians, us it does not dry up a couj,'li and leave tlio dlsoasa still in the sysli'tn, but on the contrary removes tlio onusa of Iho (rouble, liealu ihe purls affootcd and luuvos thou in a purely healthy condN lion. A boil In kept in the house for use when the dUotuoa ruuko tiioir nppuur- UIKHI, will savo dootor'8 bills and a long i-pull of serious illness. A trial will convince you of Uiese facts, It Is po*;- lively sold by all drucRlSls and general doulura in the land. Prioo, 76 uts,, large bottles. JalOdwJwnod We urc authorized to unnounce JOHN \V. ASH as a candidate I (or Ultrk of tlio Olty Court of Alton, nt the election Tunsdny, March 1st, 188?. j We are authorized to announce EOWAHD J. MOO NAN as a candidate (or Clerk of tlio Olty Court. Election, Tuesday, March lit. * WALL New and Beautiful Designs just arrived and arriving for the Spring Trade. WINDOW GLASS! A Specialty, from Small to Largest Size*. At tho old reliable JIOUSE-l'AINTING and DKUOOATINU OKtaDllaliinont of NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle at. fflbl UlSrn ill the city, at hard times prices, sold on weekly and monthly payments. Agsnts for the Three-Cone Perfection Burners and Stand Lamps, FINE HANGING LAMPS, $1.75, $2, $2.50, $4, $6.50, $7.50 to $10, i Headquarters f or EUPION and CARMINE BURNING OILS. SIGNAL OIL, ENGINE and CYLINDER OILS. Cistern, Well and Stock Pumps. Prepared "*-'*-* 1, ready for use. See our $10 Buggy •-nLTtTT •'"£"•*''• v .^7*7 *vr«. «.«.k7vy* KJW«^ \J ttA. t^'JLV^ JL^Ug^g^ J Harness. Call and g-et our prices and you will save money. Cor. Second and State Sts., ALTON, ILL ftDVERTISEHS THE BlilST ON EARTH! co v.hnn In 45 1049 Randolph St. » f •• _ Jfor Hale. ~~ A oonvonlunt (arm of ISO uorui, moat all In 0'iltlvuttoii; situated on the IlothRlto rond. tn'l*" *r,>in Altoii. _ T Fur 8fU<>orlteut -IT friwne dwelling' W nu » ; JotHj ifootl burn and fluo "• "• Mf»*w ff* <»VM>« Tlio l-itory-fHunv dwelling with 9 i (ilii ill na T l/\*u « \n\f\i\ I..IM.I «._.« **. ••tW*H"***r» • *Vf»Bi *known ai the Nlohali bom an llth nt,, In n clMlraole nolHtl BOSS FILLED WATCHES, From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BBEECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. H ROriTM THE LEADING . n. JDV^V/ 1 n, JEWELER

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