Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 2, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 2, 1887
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VOLUME 26. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 2,1887. NUMBER 234. THtt GREAT PNI-AILING FOB i"!*"* Liver isease SYMPTflMS • Blttor or bad tnsto In t ho OI.lUrl.UlUO, TOOUttl! tOHKUO COBtOtl whttPbrWiverot^wltli n brown fur: p<xla )n the Uiick, Miles, or Joint— nltfln tnlstukmi tor nhelimntlmn ; sotir otomuch, loss of uppotlt* ; Horabtfines nauBcu.wnU' Indigestion ; flatuli-ndy ftnd acid emeti.tloiiH; Ixwla nl' turhntdly'onetlvo and lux; lioniincho; ioss of memory, with H palnlul aen8<>tlon «I li i-vini? fulled to do soniPthlnK wliluli emu lit to have boon domi; debility; 'low spirits; a thick, yellow nppeai'anoo of the ekin and i"' n " ; a Uryobugu'; fi'ViTj rostlosanoss; llio mine la scanty and htghcolorrd, and, If allowed to itand, denoBlts tt eedltuont. Simmons Liver Regulator (PtlBCI/r YKOETAKLB) Is gnnernljy used In tho South to arpnse the torpid live' to n healthy action. It acM with aitraoriUnory efficacy on thn • • L IVJjSR, KIDNEYS, and BOWELS. .AH EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOB Malaria, r ~ " « '* *- DvnpeiiMla, CoA'ttliiintiob, llfllouiiiiesa, Mek" Headache, Jnu >uice, Nankea, v CO\tc, UleUtm Deprexlon. Bond Complaint*, i ,. , . . .1. •••••« jcto., Bto.,tto. -..' ••• Endorsed by ttie use of seven millions o( bot uea,as" ." • "••• : '•••••>•-" •"• • ..... .<-.••>•• The Beet Family Medicine for Children, for Adults, aud for the Aged. Safe to take In any condition of the system! J. H. fceiiln; $' Co., Pli'lla, i*a Pr'ce jl, nrvMinwl Sole proprietors.' • ' '• •' •• ' ••: UOtD MEDAl. fAS18, 1878, , BAKitR'S Warranted absolutely pui" tlocoa, from which iheerceosof Oil hos'boon removed. It has three ttmttfha itrrngth of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and Ifl theroforo far more economl- l cal, coittnff len than one ct'nt a cup. It la dollcloua, nourishing, strengthening, easily dlgeitcd, and ndinlrubly adapted for Invalid' 'as well as for pcreona In health. Sold bj Orocerg eTerywIiete. ft CO,, Dorchester, Mass, We do not manufacture Lard, Candles, Butterlne, or any kindred truck; we do not first squeeze tho fat and oil out of our stock, and then convert the refuse Into a worthless fionp. We are not near stock yarda or slaughter houses, buy no diseased or dead a,r»trnals or refuse,rnaterlal. Kir,VBB f s6AP is made of EBBE-TAL- l.o\V, by a clean process, and can bo used freely without danger of having tho skin diseased or poisoned. ASK tqptt 'cnocEB ROB IT. EMPIBE SOAP CO. St. LOU 13. MO. WM. L. KLUNK UNDElliTAKER, Ready-Made Coffins, Metalic Gases, Gaskets, And Burial Robes For I.adle», Oontlemeu aud oiuldran. Office and Shop on State street Over lln: <» Uvory Btabia. Will attend to Job Wi.i-tdiiii! llODaltlnn Pnrulturo. '.nfi Patents. i'o ny poraona wtsbliiK to oUtiUii lotto putoitt on new (nveutlous, iraiirovomunts o defllBUK, I will oxecuU) drawlnKB and apoolfl odtloiiH and maku •uppllcutlonn (or Puteni AU'wnr.iltatlon, In person or by l»tt« , (»•(•«• Ll'CAS PFBIFFENBEHGI:H, . TIT. Bath Itoom ling*. The cheep gray blanket* told for variant 3Urpo<*s, sueh ailiorso blanket!, ironing blan- koto, etc., make vei-y iilco riig» tor \ua in cither bath or bed room. For tbU purpose a ilanket Is cut tu halt, bound with red braid r red flauuel Aud trlmtned with appllquo fig- rot or monogram of rod Daimol. If a mar* ocovatls-e effect is desired the blanket can be mbroldoml with coarao woola In Bunflowcrs lid reeds, or daisies and erassra. If not suf- lolently aeavy the rugs may be Inade thicker >y lining with old carpets or burlaps, or by merely doubling tho blanket Down Drufti In Chimney*. Down drafts In clilrnnoyei It IB claimed, may bo obviated by a recent English device, consists of a number of grooved rings ilaced over each other with spaces between jid made of metal or clay. The grooves are o shaped that when the wind strikes them it is so deflected that It draws air up the chimney, and in this wayeffectualir prevents lown draft. ' : rueful Hints. In sweeping carpets use wet newspaper* vrung nearly dry and torn to pieced. The rnpor collects the dust but does not trail ths larpet. To drive away ante, scrub the shelves or Irawers that they frequent with strong car- jollo soap, after which sprinkle red pepper in every crevice. To remove stains from marble take ox gall, a wlneglawfnl of turpentine and mix into a >aste with pipe clay. Put the paste on th-> tain and let it remain several days. That preserving jars should be stood on their heads for at least an hour after sealing, when .the liquor will escape if the jar contains air.—Good Housekeeping. 200 BAGS FUREKA FINE SALT For Dairy and Table Us«s Iu;i4 Ib, linen (tacks uu<l 50 ib. for Hitle by J. A. RY1UE. Absolutely Pure. Thio powder never varies. A marvel oi purity, strenRth wholnBnraenese. More economical than thcnrdluary Mnde, and cannot he sold In competition'with the multitude 01 low tost, Hhort weight, alum phouplm'o now- di-rs. SOLD ONLY IN CANS. liOYAli BAKING I'O\VDEUCO., 106 Wiillst.,N. Y. JanSdwly EMPIRE MILLS, SEOONU STKEEt (Near Plasm), ALTON, ILL FOll SALE : Ground Oatis Ground Corn, Hay, Oats, Corn, Corn Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Graham Flour,etc PKOMPTLY DELIVEKBD TO ANY PAIIT OF TIIE CITY. M. WILKINSON. )y7 at! SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatable as Milk. The only preparation of COD LIVER OIL tbat can bo taken roaillljfeiid toloratod for a lung time liy doliciito stouiaclm. ANI) AS A IIEMEBY FOB COXSPMPTIOIT, SCItOKUI.OlS AI-KECl'lONS, AXAEMU, PEN KUAIi HMIIUTY, COUOIIS AND THKOAT i KKCTIO.XS, mid ill PA8T1MI PISOHDKMS OF CIULDUEN It In mitr-eUoag In 1U rcratuT ~~ "Prescribed and onrlorui J by In tho countries of the world. Kr\o R/iirnv •>. • i A. J. HO WELL, -DKALEIi IN- FURNITURE! A Full and Complete btocfc CONSTANTLY OH HAND. AI-L OUUEP UPHOLSTEEING Noutly ami promptlv oxuoucod. Belle Ht., bot. Third and Fourth —ALSO- HNDBRTAKBR. HKSIDKS'OK COK. 8TATK4 SEVKNTI1 HT8 ueqrn iivrv K uuUi<«>-. ttl \VloiuUm Iliiu., Jan*i« NEWS. The muster roll of the Grand Army of tlie Republic show* ,800,000 names. ' ' ' ' •...!. Lawrence Krug, in jail at Chicago, is charged with poisoning'"five women. Mr. Francis Chase, aged 70, an old settler of Oconomowoc, Wis.', cut his Uiroat Monday anil pannpt iiyo. A Rhode Island woman has indict- nents pending clinrging her with murdering six men by poison. News has reached San Francisco of the drowi ing of COO Chinese in .he Pacific ocean. Peoria merchants are organizing a bargu line to convey groin 'to iSfew Orleans from Chicago, Peoria and Si. Louis .1 Martin Coleman and Ira C. SeaHe, he latter aged 13, ,.were killed by a fulling tree ntar Jiforwalk, O.j Monday. Philip Blanche, of Akron, O., shot tiimself dead because his sweetheart would not agree to 'nmrry him before next summer. • - , •••>• - • •'• • The steerage rate from New York to Europe was rafs.e'd from $15 to to $20 by the principal' steamship lines Monday. """ ' "' President Clcvelajid is said J;o pay Private Secretary Lament 83,500 out of his own pp'cket, making the latter's total salary^ $7,000 a i'ear. All the Buffa'o fishermen reported missing Saturday and Jast night have been saved except Thomas Cody, aged. 21, nnd.Jobn f-eafy, jaged 19. George "Montgomery.' pf "Sparta, Ky., shot lona Kitson, h"iX20-year- old coiisin, seven times, Monday, and killed her because she would not marry him. In a fight between the friends of two rival towns, ambitious to secure the county seat of 'Wichita county, Kansas, last Sunday, at Coronado, two men were killed and several wounded. The President has nominated Jas. M. Trotter, a colored citizen of Massachusetts, to be Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia. He was a Lieutenant in Col. Shaw's famous regiment. A quarrel broke out at a festival in the Second Baptist church at Cape Girardeau, Mo.',' Sunday night, and Benjamin Riggs, aged 18, wa billed by a bullet fired by an un known person. Ilattie Mpore, a 14 year old colored girl, has been in a trance state, caused by religious excitement, at Crystal Springs, Ohio, for a week, and only at rare intervals exhibits signs of returning consciousness. The Newfoundland Legislature has unanimously passed a bill prohibiting the sale of bnit to foreign fishermen, and'Premier Thorburn and Sir Ambrose Shea have started for Eng' land to procure the royal assent to it, Still, the American Congress fails U act on bills for the protection of American fishermen against the Ca< nadian boycott. The New York canals are main taining the struggle with the rail roads in the business of carrying grain with a success that is surprising. The New York Board of Trade returns show that during the ope navigation season of seven months last year the canals took into that c ty 43,619.353 bushels of grain, or 11,632,589 bushels mure than ail the railroads togeilier. They sho » also that wh»lc« the receipts by railroac were 6,000,QUO bushels less than foi l-he corresponding season of 1885,the receipts by canal were 14.000,OOC bushels greater. The canals have not yet become obsolete therefore. They not only ser.o the go* d purpose of regul-.itirg railroad ratns in the State, but they continue to do their full share of the carrying. !.,( plNliUuro. 110USK. Si-itiNOKiEi-D, III., March 1.—The session of the House this morning was devoted to the transaction oi routine business. Mr. O'Connor presented a joint resolution, which was adopted, re questing Illinois Representatives in t ting (ma to givu their support to tut bill appropriating 510,000 for tut purchase! of swords and war trophies from the heirs of Gen. Shields usoti by him i • tho Mexican, ^yar. Mr. Stuwart intiod ced a bill to reimburse the owners of catilo whose stock was slaughtered on account oi pluu o-pueutnoiiia. By Mr. Brown, of LaSallo, a bill providing in tbo execution of wilN to plitcc tho burden of proof, afloi wiila have been probated, upon tho contestants. By Mr Chase, providing that before beneficial societies may cuter upon the transaction of business they shall have & membership of 6CO Bong, and tbat each member if such association shall deposit a fee of 810. By Mr Clark, appropriating $30,300 to the Lye and Ear In3rmary at By Mr. Miller, of Woodford, to amend the constitution in relation to the submission of amendments, 'requiring that both "For" and "Against" shall be printed upon'the tickets. The bill appropriating $20,000 for the erection of a monument to the memory of Governor YatPB was read a second time and ordered to a third reading. SENATE. In the Senate hills were introduced by Senator Cantwell prohibiting the dredging of sand or gravel from the bottom of Lake Michigan within five miles of the Illinois sl.ore. By Sepator Curtis appropriating $800,000 for salaries of Statu .officers and the next General Assembly. By Senator Funk, providing for a survey of swamp lands in the State, and appointing a competent surveyor; also appropriating $5,000 per annum for the expenses of the same for the next two years. By Senator Thompson, .to regulate the running of special or wild trains upon the railroad* of the State. By Senator Bacon, of Edgar, appropriating 830,000. for, the new lots and .buildings' for 'the ' Chicago Eye and Ear 'Infirmary'."" By" Senator Cpcbran, prohibiting attorneys from, becoming bondsmen in cases in which they may be in any way interested. ' Bills were reported back from the committees : and recommended for passage as follows : The bill exempting 'homesteads. of the' .value'of '$500 from sa'le on execution ; bill 389,'prohibiting any persona but those authorized by law from performing police duties in the suppression ol riots or public disturbance, and tho bill imposing a penalty upon persons who bhall con-pire together for the purpose of establishing a boycott. AVASniNOTON, March 1—Senate- Mr. Edmunds persisted in b'ia determination to have things run on "regular and orderly principles" and insisted on having measures and proceedings read, which consuim-d much time. Explanation by Mr. Hoar as to the status of 'the' credentials of Mr Turpie, Senator-elect from Indiana. Most of the night session was 'devoted to eulogies to dead Congress men. House—River and Harbor legislative, executive and judicial and In- diuu appropriation bills as'agrcec upon in conference, passed. At'nigh a number of bridge bills were passed, among the structures' provided foi being one across the Missouri al Kansas City and one at Omaha anc one across the Mississippi at Keokuk. WOMEN needing renewed utrenrUi. or who •uffer (Vow iBfirvltto pcxmUor to Uielr MT/ fthould try BKQlf 5 , it ON pmiftx ^2. bla medicine comblnea Iron frith para rentable iea,'and In* Invaluable for IHasaiw pcoaUar-to oiueo. *nd all who iead eedeutar/ltTM,«It Rn» .» and PurlOea Ui» Illoodi Stiuinltttlut the Appetite, Stfonfrthen* thu .lluscle* and NrrTe»-4n l«ct, thorooghlT IliTlanroUM. Cwan UM oomplexioo, aod makefiTbe okin imooth. ltdoeanot buokea the teeth; «*UM bjudaohe, or pruduc* cooitipMioo—«W otfttr lro*mMM*f*titto. HJU. EuZABum Dinin. 14 Ftnrgll An MUtiui- " I iuTft UBod Brovrn'a Iron Bitteri.aoa itbiuibmn inora than a doctor to me. havliu cured me of the WMluwftf lidiea havo fa life. Ahw oared me of Lrr* er Ooromahit, aod now mv oooipUxioa ia clear and foodi . Bae alao been beaenotal w my ohtldnm."- • ' MR» LotrUA O, BBiODOK, Eurt Lock port, N.T.. •aja: ''1 have Htiflered untold mwenr frum Femalo Complalnto. and could obtain rebel (rum nutkUnf aioept Brawn'l Iron Ulttem." •• Oennliw haaabove Trade ilurk und oroaMd red UuoO on mapper. Tuk« do clbcr. Uadeonl/br UUO Vflf OIIEMlpAL 00.. 11ALT1MOUK, M» Ne\v and Beautiful Dcslsrns Just arrived and urrlviny; for tlie ng Trade. WINDOW GLASS i A Specialty, from Small to At tlm old rellaVU) uid NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle st. ioblldSm ; [ am going to consolidate my two establishments, and have to make room for new goodfl,and offer my entire stock, from now until March 1st, at Prices, mow Cost Everything must go to save cost of moving and storing. Table-ware, Cutlery, Stoves, Hardware, Tinware, Granite-ware, Locks, Springs, and eve- jything kept in any hardware store. A11 these and were bought before the recent advance in prices- To those'contemplating building this spring, I offer 1,000 EEGS OP STEEL NAILS I at factory Prices- Rememeber 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 Onco and Secure Bargains I WM. SIEM. Hardware and Fan Machinery. HKAJDQUAKTER8 FOR THE Best Buggy in the World. in the city, at hard times prices, sold ou weekly and monthly payments. Agents for the Three-Cone Perfection Burners and Stand Lamps. FINE HANGING LAMPS, $1.75, $2, $250, $4, $(>.50, $7.50 to $10, Headquarter* for EUPION and CARMINE BURNING 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 aud State Sts., ALTON, ILL THE BEST ON EARTH I BOSS FILLED WATCHES, From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. I Uf J. rim THE LEADING JEWELEK roylftdwlv \ r' >

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