Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 30, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 1

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 30, 1887
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L UNFAILING ^SPECIFIC LlVer Disease Bitter or badtMto in tho ontl); . toilHUO coutcd white i or oovorcilwltli ;n, brown fur; pala in the bAok,«Wos 3 .6r. Joints— often mistaken tor Rhomnat stnj ubiir Stamtioli, loan of appotlw; , somelluies naasaa.watbf brftsh.or Indigestion ; flatulency anatatld oruotntlons; bowels alternately costive and, lax; headache; loss of memory, wlfll titia'Infnl sousution of IwvliiR faU«a'fed6 r sonifMilnB;whldh ought to have been aoiio; (lobtllty; >)0w spirits; a thick, vollow appearimDO' of'tho akin and eves; a dry oougbi fever) restlessness; the urine Is scanty and hlg1icolor4d, nud, If allowed to stand, dooosltB a soatnlont. Simmons Liver Regulator a tteallby hotton. It acta with oxtrndhUnary'eOTonoy on'thft L KIDNEYS, and BOWELS. ' AlTlfFFEOinil. StaOIWO FOn Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, ' ' Billons Aess, Slclt Headnuhe, '> Jaundice, Nausea, , , Voile, Mental Depreision, 'Bowel Complaints, \ Etc., Bto.; k,te. Endorsed by tho ueb of seven millions of bottles, as The Bbst Family Medicine forOhliaren.fof Aanlto.-nndfortho Aged. Safe to take 0) any condition of Ihe system! J.&. Zeilin & Co., Philtv, Pa Sold proprietors, ' Prloo $1, -myMmwf wkly Lines of Bargains IIISI That ought to catch your We have lots •of them in DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHIM, HATS, CAPS, -AND-. MTLLUSEHY, » We can't DO beat in -quality and prices )A11 the latest noYel 'ties of tlie season dai-r ded, at one-price i* house, ALTON. W. Jb\ EN81NGER, i '"' -Plain and Decorative ormoH Awri SHOP ow SECOND ST., NEAR PIASA ALTON, . . . Amateur Amateur nurses nro often over r.eatoua. I'hoy bestow such caVo that It! becomes a weariness to Ib&ir patients wb6 would gladly exchange their loving Cuss for the quiet indlf- orortco of an Outsider. The uurso should never fldgot in mul out of the sick room, but 50 about her work quietly and calmly. A Novel Poultice. A lato novelty tu use of poultices is to Wet a sjxmgo in a concentrated dooootlou of mus- ard and wrapping it with a handkerchief bandage for application, It is readily renewed by simply ngaln immersing iii tho sattie liquid. ' Wedding Invltatloiii ttml Gift*. Young people who are to be married make list together of all 1 pdrsons to whom cards bould be tent, and all the Invitations go 'romthe lody'd family. ; The bride writes a tote of thuuks before she leaves home to all 'rom whom presents have come, including lor husband's relatives and friends and her Own, Especially is-it neoossary to -write to hoso people whom she does not know, "but whoso gifts have arisen from a-regard for her flanco or her parents. It Is in better taste to write these note's on note paper rather than curds. Letters of Introduction. When calling to present a letter of intro- luctlon the caller does not .go in. He simply eaves the letter with his card and address. 1 the letter has been given for a special pur- tose-^whleh purpose should bd mentioned in he letter—a card inay ; be sent in with it and in Interview requested. JCeoeptlon Day. On reception days a-lady.wears, a plain, •ich dress, but takes care never to be overdressed at home. When visitors enter she ises and seats lliem so 03 to have, it possible, word vrlth each. Phe is pn tlio alert to no- ice recent arm als that she may be sure to peak to every jruest. Absolutely Pure. Thlo powder never- varies. A marvel ol purity, strength wholosotnenoss. More eco- lomtoal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot 10 sold in competition with tuo multitude ol ow test, short weight, ulnnijpUogpUato powders. SOLD OKLY IN CANS. EOYAL BAKING POWDBBCO., 100 Wall at.,, N. T. • lanSdwly REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BEAD LIST OP BARGAINS —AT— C. A, Schlueter's Agency, For Sale, cheap, cor. of 7th and Alton sts.; frame dwelling, 1 rooms and collar, rents lor F10 per month. For Sale or Bxehangso-lOO acres, 85 In cultivation, 2K miles northeast ol Fosterburg, at a bargain. For sale—Five-room brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Oan bo had at a bargain. Good property to runt. One (1-room now house, with cellar, cistern and coal house. lot 00 by 110 on. flth and Market at*. For siilo—one 8-room house and.'one 8-room house, Oth and Market sts. Lot 00 by 110; good cistern and coal house, at a baigaln. For sale—16 acres in North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. • ' For sale— 6(jO acres Improved farm with irpod house and staoles in Wooclaon county> Konsoh. R, II.fona across from Fort Scott to Wlobltai Bulges from county eeat, 'For sale—70 aorns partly bottom land, 1m; ifrQVetH farm, near, Uorsey, with plenty ol good buildings on same. For sale—10 p'leoos?of valuable property with good houses, In thin ; olty,' , "For sale or oxoUuuffe—A aloo little oottngo In DothBlto, tvlch plenty of ground, stable and good water on premises. ' *, Fornulo or exchange—Two sections ol U.K. timber land In Se. Missouri, 160 nallos from at. EoUla on the Iron Mountain It. &., ut a bargain, ... . . ; For sale or exohaneo, 8 acres of ground on Main et., adjoining Mayor Coppingor'a on the oust. ....... ForsalooroxohanV»—Baoolions of prulrlo land In 1 Oroakot bounty, Texas Will - sell cheap. ^Suitable lor any farming purposes. Thropuoros adjoining Ur.ltQbei'ts on north. Five lots on Dry St., adJutnlng.Thanias Dig- gli-s' roaldQiico on thu o-iet. One and a half lots In llawloy's addition, One and a half lots In Bltolly's addition. Any of thu abovo property can bo bought ut ubai'galu, I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Go-, Buffalo, N- Y,, one of the best companies in the U. S- And other good Companies in addition- 0. A, SClliTJETEE, Office.; In. my New Building, on Second street, , , laohUclw The Illinois and Michigan Canal \rill Ijo rc-opencd for navigation next Friday. A grand daughter or Dan'l O'Connoll, tlic Irish liberator, died Monday at St. Johns, Newfoundland. A man and his three children pcr- shcd in their burning house at Lud- owvillo, near Ithaca^ N. Y., Monday light. Fred. C. Moon, a grocer, of \VarJ aaw, Ind., aooidenially shot dead Walton, a fnon'd, while out duck hunting Monday. Nora Addison, 15 years ol.l, set ia>' olothes aflre while boiling soap near Anderson, Ind., Monday, and was so badly burned that she died. The Canadian government *is preparing to'have .the country on the Alaskan frontier thoroughly explored. Rich gold iniues are among the newly reported-discoveries. Will Vowels, 10 years old, stabbed and killed Will Ilevisey, aged. 14, in a quarrel at Jft. Vernon, Jfy., Monday night. Young Vowels has not yet been arrested, Chas. Frooch, a policy examiner of tho Allegheny insurance company, shot himself dead at Pittsburg, Pa., Monday. This was bis second at- :em[)t to kill himself. Dr. J. W. Robertson, of Anderson, lud., was killed by a train Monday, at Anderson and John C. ( Eeed, yardmaster. of the Bee Line, at Munsie, Ind , was killed by a train at Muncie. Mrs. Rosanna Cennis died nearly 17 years ago at Tiffin, O. Yesterday her remains were found to be petrified into flinty limestone by par-, ties who disinterred them for burial elsewhere. The aqueduct, reservior and locks of the "W abash and Erie Canal at Defiance, Ohio, have been blown out by dynamite, by a peison or persons unknown. The navigation of the canal has thus been impaired for much of the coming season. The bill-"which, recently passed the Illinois House of 'Representatives, requiring street-railway corporations to obtain the consent of a majority of the property owners on streets on which it is proposed to lay surface or elevated railway tracks, passed the Senate yesterday. It is an "emergency" bill", and will take effect as soon as approved by tho Governor. In the trial of Arensdorf for the murder of Rev. Mr. Haddock, a leading prohibitionist of Sioux City, Iowa, the prosecution has brought in strong evidence tending - to convict the defendant, who, it is alleged, was one of a number of conspirators of the beer and liquor trade who ttook this bloody method of' putting Mr. Haddock out of the way. Tho extensive leather manufactory of James Maxwell,& Co., of North Winchester, Mass., .together with store houses and other property, was destroyed by fire last night; loss, $100,000. The cotton mills of .the West Point Manufacturing Go. , at West Point. Ga., wore consumed Monday tnignt; less 6200,000. A conflagration in the village of Clarkston, Mich.,,::destroyed.three stores and other property; loss, $25,000. Several business^ houses were destroyed at Troy, N.' Y., Tuesday; loss about $100,000. Shot His Father. , 111., March 29.—J; W. Johnson, an old and highly respected citizen, and at one time editor and publisher of the Shelbyville Union, was today shot by his son Jerome,' about 21 years old,.who has a splendid education, but a bad temper. He had a quarrel with a younger sister'. Ills father on coming borne and receiving this information, started upstairs to remonstrate with tho son,' but before he reached the top'of the .stairs', and'before ho saw him, the young man fired at his father, the ball passing ; through the fleshy part of t.ho'arm, grazing the breast. As soon as tho. father- foil, tho son jumod from a •second story window and gave himself , up to tho authorities. He was taken before Judge Ames of ,the county court, and remanded;to jail in default of bail. The preliminary examination is to take place at 2 o'clock to-morrow. The wound is pronounced not dangerous by tho attending physicians. Dr. Ray Pfthiior Doiul. NBWAIUC, N. J., March 29.—-Dr Kay Palmer, tho celebrated hymno- •Ipgist, died hero jto-day. you n ooughP Sleeploss niglits need no .longer trouble you, AyoVs Cherry Ptiotoral will stop tho coueh, allay Uiu Intlanimatlon, nncl indtiao repoae, It will, moroorqr, hual the pulmonary organs and give you health Ufflw Legislature. HOUSE. 111., Mnrch 29. The business of tho House opened by the introduction of a res olution by Mr. Lowcry • instructing ;ho Committee on Contingent Expenses to regroup committees into fduiv -een groups in order to dispense with the services of fourteen committee clerks, the resolution to take effect April 1. The resolution was adopted by a vote of 49 yeas to 41 navs? ' COK11C10N LAWS CONDEMNED. Mr. Kister offered a resolution condemning the proposed Irish joercion laws and the policy of the English Government toward Ireland, and extending sympathy and encouragement to William E. Gladstone, Charles Stuart.Parnell in their crusade against oppressive and un- ust laws, and for their faithful endeavors to hasten by constitutional nethods a better Government for Ireland. A motion to/refer, the resolution to the Committee on federal relations was defeated. The previous question was ordered and the resolution adopted by a vote of 103 yeas to 1 nay. A resolution to place the names of William Barnes and David Jenkins, elevator conductors, on the pay roll of the House at a salary of $8 per day was lost. l The House adjourned at 11:30 o'clock in compliance with a resolution introduced by Mr. McKinley in respect to the memory of late Judge Samuel H. Treat, of the United States District Court for the Southern, District of Illinois. SENATE. After the reading of the journal, Senator P. Bell's bill establishing a general banking law, was taken up on special order and ordered to a third reading. A message was received from the Governor approving Senate bill No. G2, changing the time of holding court in Sangamon county to the third Monday-in January, Way arid September; also Senate bill No. 169, providing-for the holding of elections jn School districts. House bill 466, the House Railway bill, on third leading was taken up and passed. Senator Evans introduced a bill amending the.bill already passed by the Senate appropriating $50,000 for the erection of a monument to General Logan. The bill provides that the monument shall be erected in ; some public park near the final resting place of the body of Logan. On motion-of Senator Crabtrce, the Senate adjourned at 11 o'clock out of. respect to • the memory, of Judge Samuel II. Treat. ' ,' ' . A.New Chicago Railroad. SPRINGFIELD, ILI,.,. March 29.— Articles of.incorporation,;were filed at the office of th^ Secretary of State to-day for the Chicago, Grand Tower & Texas R., R,. Co..... The principal business oftice is to be at Chicago, and the capital stock is fixed ut $10,000,000. It is proposed to construct a railroad from Chicago by,way of Marion, 111. to Cairo, and'from Murion to a point opposite Grand Tower, Mo., and from'Marion to a point opposite Padueah, Ky. The incor- poratorS"arc Justus R. Clark, of S fc PauU Sam'l B. McClocklin, of Lon don, England; Jas. A. Fox, of Detroit, Mich., Sam, T. Carr and Geo 0. Cook, of Chicago, 111. Baffled the I'livslciains. BURKE MEDICINE Co., Qumey, 111: —I regard your \Vbito Pine Balsam, as a cough: mixture of very greet valao. Tho benefit dertvud by mv wife from its use, places rt with mo far in advance of all others. For several yoars she had boon seriously nlUicUjd with H cough, that gave us much alarm; it had baiHod the skill of tlie physicians and cough rcmodies, until I concluded nothing would avail in her caso. Directly after coming to Qmnoy, on vour reoommenUiUion, she coniumnued using vour UalHum, anil it hits noted like a charm, quiptmff Uio cougli, and removing entiri'lv the soreness frpm lierlungs. 'Wo keep it constftinly m our houso.— J. B. Furd, Pastor M.K. church, Kush- villu.Ill. Use Cresslcr's Wild Koso Tooth Powder fnr olennslng iha twill). I'riou 2fio. 1NKALLIBLB CULVU FOB COUGHS. Wo would most positively slalo that no remedy has uvar mot wilfi moli uuivorsal gutlafnotlan or can bo rnoro truthfully Bald is a positive euro than Burks 5 White Pino Balsam. SUGAK. A now uisoovory, UtUo Aprioot t'UW unsier to lako than sugar and far more bonelloirtl, Suru cure for nourulgiu, Iioadttcho licarlburn, dyspepsia and had brratli. Try thorn. For sale at Marsh's drugstore. mohl awly SUCH AS Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Two and Three Plys, Stair Carpets and Mattings, Oil Cloths,Bugs and Mats, Has arrived. Also a very Choice Stock of i lt« oauauH, and a now and BUOOOBHflll OUHE Ut own lioiuci, by or.o UCHl llbOw , . wlio was douf twonty-olglit VOUCH. Trimiad by maHt of tho noted unuulullHta wltliuut bfltiutlt. OmiKl iilmsuK lu tliroo utontlu, miU since tliou ImiianidB of otlioru. full Jiurtlq ulars uont on unnUoaUou. T. 8.1'AUH, (to, il Wont 3M St., N. V. olty fail Papers I am offering tbese goods at the very lowest prices to cash buyers. All are invited to call and see the beautiful new goods &learn the low prices. ALTON, ILL. A NEEBMAM. Headquarters 1 FOR THE 'I BEST BUGGI ';| IN :1 THE WORLD. AGENTS FOE THE J Buggy Go's to luggies WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. Studebaker Farm Wagon. Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Go's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Heodquai'- ters for EUPION and CARMINE OILS; ENGINE, CYLINDER 'and SIGNAL OILS; STOCK, WELL and* CISTERN PUMPS; fine . line of COOKING STOVES ; the DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVES. See our $10 BUGGY HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, §30. We keep the BEST GASOLINE -and BURNING OILS on tap and delivered to any part ^of the city, HI. Cor. 2d and State sts., ALTON, ILL. THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS FILLED WATCHES, From $18 to $ 50; Warranted 20 Years- BBEECH-LOADINGf GUNS, From $16 to $30. J.H. THE LEADING > JEWELER, myisdwlv GO TO- SiJELY & SON HEADQUARTERS FOR 1 J Picture Frames, Brackets, Base Balls and Bats, Croquet Sets, etc. A full line of School Books, Scratch Books and School Supplies. Remember the OPP. BELLE. THIRD STREET, - • SUBSCRIBE FOR THE iffllT OTr iFflTflPBADU Ifln Dor .U|l fim IfiLMnfliil, luC fof By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily in Madison county

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