Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 12, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 1

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, March 12, 1887
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VOLUME 26. 2d 3d Three Peculiarities Hood's Sftrsapatlilft, tho great blood purifier and regulating medicine, Is characterized by »br«o peculiarities, namely j The. combination of the varloui remedial agents used. Tho proportion In which tho roots, • hcrbVbarks, etc., aro mixed. Tho process by which the netrte medicinal properties aro secured.' The result Is amedlclno of unusual strength and curative power, which effects cures heretofore unequalled. Tlicso peculiarities belong exclusively to Hood's SorsapatUlo, and aro Unknown to Others Hood's Snriapartlla ts prepared with tbo greatest skill and care, by pharmacists of > education and long experience. Hence It Is a medicine worthy of entire confidence. It you Buffer from scrofula, salt rheum, or any disease of tho blood, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, ,cr kidney and liver complaints, catarrh or rheumatism, do not fail to try Hood's Sarsaparllla "I recommend Hood's Barsaparllla to all my friends as the best blood purifier on earth.". VWM. GAMT, druggist, Hamilton, 0. " Hood'a Barsaparllla has cured me of scrofulous humor, and done -mo worlds of good otherwise." C. A. AJU.-OLD, Arnold, Me. A book containing many additional statements of cures will bo sent to all who desire. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all druggists. .«l; six for 85. Made only by 0.1. HOOD & CO., Lowell; Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar. W. F. ENSINGER, PaMnt Plain and Decorative UU WORE PBOMPTLY ATTKNDBD TO AT LOWEST TBRMS. omcm AND SHOP OK SECOND,ST., NEAR PIASA ALTON. . . . Lines of Bargains HIS That ought to catch your We have lots 'of them in DRY GOODS, NOVELTIES, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, -AND- MILLI1NERY, We can't be beat in quality anrt prices. All the latest novelties of the season dally added, at one-price cash house, ALTON. ILL., SATLTJRPAY EVENING, MARCH 12,- 1887. ALTOJN. I'rnliibliiouJn ilio HUIIHC. SPRINOFIKLU, III., March 11 Tho prohibition agitation m the Mouse to-duy occasioned some livel' short addresses. About ns brazen speech as was ever heard on.-'th floor was made by Mr. Johnston,whi made the sweeping assertion tha no ^ of the members on cither side were honest in their treatment of thi question Ho declared that the lifpreseiitatives are all governed b 1 selfish motives. He was ready to gi on record to-day, and claimed tha every nvmber should go on tin- re cord without procrastination. Mr •Smith, of Morgan, exposed John ston's selfish moiive with Ihe expla nation that. Johnston is opposed to the amendment and the number o empty scats visible in the House showed very plai ly that the amend tnent could iiot be adopted to-day. Judge Cooley sat d iwn very heavily on Jofinston, and disabused that gentleman's mind of the impreesioi that ho alone of all the Legislative Representatives is .conscientious and actuated by honesty. Judge Green seconded the defense of the House. NUMBER 248. Absolutely Pure. Thin powder never varies. A mnrvel ot parity,; strength wholosnmonesa. More economical than the ordinary Muds, and cannot be- Hold In competition with the •miltltnde ol ow test, Nhorc wnlicht, alum plumphn'o PIIW- 1'TB. SOLD OKLr IN CANS. ROYAL BAKING TOWDEU00..10B Wall st.,S. Y. JanSdwly f. HOFFMAN & SON, DEALERS IN Stoves anrt Haidware. HARD & SOFT COAL BASE BURNERS! And other first data beating stovei for wood or coal. Also Ranges and Champion Monitor Oo»k Stoves, the best In Alton. Outside Worn a specialty: Boot lug, Guttering, etc. Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND. COK. »n> AND AI,IW SCOTT'S EMULSIQH OF PURE COD LIVER OH n r 11 Almost as Palatable as Milk. Tho only propuratlnn of COD MVER OIL th»J cm be taken rc»dll)%uid loloratod for a lime Uuu liy dcllailo stvuiucliB. ASP AS A.1IK11EDT. FOlt fOXSPMPTIOlT. >;ntoni,ois AI• yEcrirfMB.' AXAKMJA, «ib.V. ii in iiii.iTY, <:t7i7(iii8 AN'D IIIIIOAT Af. 'iiA.-1'EST NKW8. Tho Massachusetts Legislature has rejuotctl u proposition to give suffrage tc women. There are 800,000 people in the three Northern Territories which the Democrats in Congress have kept out of the Union. Captain Boyton intends to paddle down the Hudson from Albany to Now York ns soon ns the ice brealw up. He eay tuis will be his lust trip. ,,. The city of Ottawn, liy a compromise of the Reddick will : cast-, secures a 860,000 building and 8100,000 in securities to e-lablish and maintain a free library. The neg .tiations f or the sale of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad have lailt-d, hut a new syndicate of private bankers is now negotiating with President Gnrrett for its purchase. The two yachts, Dauntless and Coron. t, will start to-day on their long race from New York to Ireland for a 820,000 prize. The contest would be somewhat more interesting if both contestants w«re not American boats. Henry -Ward Beecher earned several fortunes during his lifetim••,• but did not keep any of them. He spent his princely income generously in trying t» make himself and others hiippy, and he came as near realizing the fulfillment of tins desire as it is possible for human weakness to do. The officers of the Illinois Soldiers' and .-ailora' Home, at Quincy, announce that that institution is ready to receive its guests. Disabled veterans now inmates of pour houses will be given preference inadmission to the home,and the trustees request .Superintendents of poor houses throughout the State to forward to them the names of such persons under their charge as may be eligible to the benefits ol the home. Serious rtnliroivd Accident. LITCHFIELD, III., March 11—The south bound passenger train on the Jacksonville Southeastern railroad jumped the track between Virden and Girard this afternoon. The 1 , wo passenger coaches were ditched and the thirty passengers on board more or 1 ss hurt. Among those seriously injured were State Sena or K. Souih- woith, who was returning from the legislature at Springfield to his home in this city. Senator Southworth ! received internal injuiies in the right side of his body anil it is feared that they may result fatally. Physicians are in attendance on the Senator, who i-. resting quit-tly under the influence of an opiate at his home. Trainmaster L. M. Smith, of the Wabash road, who resides here, and an old lady whose destination was this poiul were also seriously hurt. It is said th..t the wreck was caused by running at too hit;h speed,the train on the Jacksonville road and one on the C. & A. road,which runs parallel with the Jacksonville road for a distance of four miles, endeavoring to get ahead of each other. I his is the second wreck on the Jackscnville Southeastern road near Girard with- n the pust few months. The passengers were tra sfeired to the C. & A. train and carried south. The track mid a short bridge were jadly damaged. the wrecked cars open, BO we smashed in the upper windows 'and lifted the peoplofont. There were a number of tile members of' the Illiuo s legUlatui-e 6n thfc train.' Senator South worth'of Litchfleld was badly hurt; Representative Campbell of Hamilton oounty, ,had a badly contused head; Representative Fletcher of Fayettc county, received serious injuries; Senator Stephehson of Shcl- byville, Higgins of Duquoin, Mo- Grath of .Mattoon and Hadley of Edwardsville, all n-ceived iujurica of a more or less painful character. IV f. Jeffries, leader of a bmid at Jacksonville, was also hurt. -A Miss Russell of Carlinville was badly hurt about the feet, limbs and bodv. Miss Daisy Green, daughter of Judge E. B. Green, our member from Mt. Carmel, was in one of the wrecked cars,- but received no further injures than n shaking up. Judge Green, himself, was on our train and took charge of her. We brought all of the wrecked train's passenger in and were delayed an hour or more ourselves." SIS OF nnd nil VASTIMI 1MSOIIDI 118 OF :>IIU)RES It 1» uiar-nllniig iHTT ' I'rescrlbt'd and miitorr J by tlie 'u tho cniiutrii'tt of tho world. DAHtY Nurtli AJton Jersey Dairy. ll-ivliitf ivntti'' JiiuiUH Minli'ii'H I),dry fmrr ill) l-Mtlll), (111- II llni-kM'Oll Will fuillMl inl'k f till) very lii'Bl cjiinlliv to the '.-Illccllu of Hun. Til" cuttlii uro iiioutly liljjli )<i'"(1o 1'iBi-VHHncl for tilvluit iloli milk tlii-y liuve n cquiili tlio\ ui-i' all ynuiiu mid liuultliy: •III IDO'I IIOeloiHOl IIIIV klllll III Olir C-llttlll, 'uitics Una lllliivoriiH wl'h tlielr putrnn- :i< limy drpoud on KiittliiK ml k of tl.u very 'nt qualliy. A Hiimi) ii willbuKiviin duo ol ,mrK« to nil tlmi iipply for It. TIM inllklnu ml uvui-ytliliiKi'ioiuouiKd with Uuiduli-y will 0 ti'-lit uciiipuloiiHiily I'lunii fothut out oni"r» mity reoulvo tlm mllli In iho ail of onli'r. A nlmru of pnl) Ic imti-oii KB Ii niBpiurtlully vi'qiiuHted. IH-UVU onluri wlili Mi'mra. Ulrncli A Bohload, und ulili i'mr». Hi'llmiil it UctcnlinK. or uddiuyu u« 1 Nurtli Alton, ALIJKUTVUU'Klt. UUNKH1' WEIUNal.UII. ITuvn for torvloo, two ri'itrtHtornd klres, J<>r- ey Mini llnl-icl", am vi™ Ion tor i-illuir, fvoi. 'llu HolxtiiliiU lulu time fuinniia hull, (,'m-. .iintlri^.owiiuil I'V Mr hti'viMii.ol .ND«V V'irU; icik 17-V) piouiUiio HI St l.uiila liikt tall. Our'* thirty iiioutli* old uud In uvtir HUMHIIUUU uudrca wel«ti«. M d 4w ANOTHEU ACCOUNT. Hon. John J. Down, of Fayette counly, gives tbe St. Louis Republican 'he f Mowing account of the accident which he witnessud: •'\Vc went through a sud experience ining down which none of us are ikely to fo'-get suon. We were on 'lie Chicago ami Alton Irain. Be- ween Vinlen and Ginird the tracks of the Alton and tlmse of tlie .lack- soiiville Southeastern run parallel. The accomni dution train on the Jackso ville road name alongside of us, and a race was commenced. We hud a. long, huavy train, and the Jacksonville train was light and ran ahead of us about a mile, I should hink. I could seo that they were running too fast, for I noticed,the lii ml trucks on the rear ear of I ho other train jumping up and almost mounting the rail at short intervals, und ahotit half way between Girurd and Virden, mid just about 100 yards north of a thin.y.foot trestle, tho hind trucks of the rear car of the JuckMonvillu train mounted the iail and left tho trauk. The trucks were torn completely from tho car, and w ;cn the trestle was reached the for- w.rd trucks wore also torn off, the two rear cars derailed, separated fioiu the other cars of the train and ditched, being rolled down a leu- foot embankment and landing on llu'ir sides. As t >e wrecked curs wore full of pasHC'iigers, we supposed many were killed, but forlunaU ly not. We could uot get too door§ U LrjjUlnture. HOC8E SPRIWOFULD, III., March 11—In the House, Mr. Messick, from the Committee on the Judicial Department, reported back, with. a aubsti- lute, the joint resolution providing for the BttbmiBsion of a amendment prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liq ors to a vote of the people at the next gcnei-al election, with tlie recommendation that the substitute be adopted. :. Mr. Merritt moved its reference t* the committee on License, and a division was called. ' ' Mr. Lament, Prohibitionist, the author of the original resolution, in explaining his vote, claimed that the motion was an attempt to kill the resolution and' an attempt to beat around the proposition. Mr. MerHtt's motion was lost by avote of yeas 51', nay.t 69. On motion of Mr. Lauiont the res olution was mide a special oiderfor Wednesday, the 16lU. In conformity to the recommendation of thf Governor's message to the General Assemb y wherein he lls for necessary legislation to enable him to cany out the provision of Lhe Constitution which dtrec s thai lie %l sh:ill take care that the laws b« faithfully executed " Mr; duller, Chairman of the .Committee on thu Governor's Message, introduced a bill upon this subject. The bill provides-that tne Sheriff incase of riois or insurrection, shall enroll and arm as manv special deputies- all tillable i odied men of his county—if la- thinks necessary, and call upon the Adjutant General who .-shall furnish the necessary arms ntui ammunition to quell such disturbances. It also provides that the'counties shall piy such deputies $2 per day and all othrr necessary expenses. In < case the Sheriff can not thui.preserve the pewce or quell anj- riots, he shall then cull upon the Governor for tlie militia. The bill also makes it unlawful to use private detectives or any other citizens not peace officers. SUCH AS Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Two and Three Ply's, Stair Carpets and Mattings, Oil Cloths,Rugs and Mats, Has arrived. Also a very Choice Stock of Wail Papers ft Borders. I am offering tliese goods at the very lowest prices to cash buyers. All are invited to call and wee the beautiful new goods &learn the low prices. ALTON, ILL. A HEADQUARTERS FOR THE Best Buggy in the World. BaMetf tni> Physicians. BURKB MKDICINB Co., Qinnoy, III: —I reciird your White Pine BUlsam, as ft ooiitrh mixture <if very erent' value. Tho beneat* derived by my wife from its use, places it with me; far'in' advance of nil others. For ci'vera! years she had been seriously afflicted with H cough 'hat KHV« u« much alarm; it hart b»ffl«d the ttkill of tha puycicians and cough remedies, until I conoluled nothing would avail in her case. Directly after coming to Qiimny, on your rt'ootuintjndiuion, she cuuiujonuori Uning yoor UalHam, and it h»H actod like a 3harm, qulctine' the ootigh,' arid 'removing entirely tbu soreness from borlunjjH. We keep it constantly in our hou-o.— /. B. Ford, Pastor M. E. church, Rushville, III. Use CreaMer's Wild Rose.Tooth Powder for cleanHine tho tenth. Price 2no. INFALLIBLE CURK FOK COUGIla. 't would 'mo.nt positively stato that no remedy has ever met with • uoh inivorsal snti»faetlon or can be'more ruihfully Raid is a pnsiiivo cure than Uurkb* White Pinn Unlearn. 8U(JAK. A new (liHoovorv, Little Apricot Pillg mautr t» Hike than augur iind far more ii'ni'fluial. Sure euro for nmutilgla, n-itdiichi'ht'Hrihurn, fly-pcp^m iiml bad irralh. Try them. Fur sale at Mnri-liV utf-lorn. mohl tiwly A relin of I ho pai-Mid : A bit of curd- boHrd which will not be honored br imv railroad after Muroli SI —Albany Argu*. . Children Of mi neod sornit nafe cutharlio and tonic to flv«rtapproftohintr sltikniwi, or to ruliovooolio, headache, Kick tiomaoh, ludljrettion, dysentery and the com-' plalnta inoidcnt to childhood. L(U the children'lake Simmons Liver Ki-jfiilaior a»id kuei) well. It m purely vt-tfoinble, not unimmsitnt to the taste turn «ufu to take alono or in oonnuotlon with other tuudlomo. to tt» i we in 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,. $2 50, fl, $6.50, $7.50 to $10. Head quarters lor EUPION aii<l CAKMINE BURNING OILS. SIGNAL OIL, ENGINE and CYLINDER QIL8. 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! BOSS FILLED WATCHED From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. f 14 RnrVTH THE LEADING j. n. DWVJ in, JEWELER mvlMwlv Patents. i'o ny pttruoua wishing to obtain lottoi atont on now Invontlouf). tinprovtiiuuiitt* o leHltpin,! will mocuto drawlnga und ap«olfi mtlong and nmku applications (or I'utunu V'l ooiu'lltutlon, In pomon or by lutte , fri Ll'CAS L »n. HI. T. L. FOULDS & CO., SUCCKSSORS TO A. K. MOKINNKV A oo.. Highest Market Price Paid for Corn and Pickles, MbOP FOK Mill 7<|WH||I ilOliN BAUER, DKALKU IN A.V1) MA.VOFAOWBBttJ or FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp, City Hall, ALTON, II J,. WALL. K10NK LlMDEKTAKER, AMD BIALIR H» Ready-Made Coffins, Metalio Cases, Caskets, And Burial Robei For L»dlo8, Qentlomen and Office and Shop on State street OverllttM 5 Llverr Stable. Will KMand to Job iirkmn.* ICoDaUlnir ynrnltxra. . W 200 BAGS HIOOINS' FUREKA FINE SALT. For Dairy and Tiiblo true, ln*14 Ib. linen Hacks and 50 Ib. , for Hale by J. A. RYRIE, All kinds of fluo uii'l oommn.i li OOlUMUtlly ou UkuU. Al*a uudcrtikor, uui. •p-AMwJw JU81SPU J Alt MUTT'S LIVERY STABLE) NT STilKBT. 11KTWHEN jUJir AMU KA9TON.

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