Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 1, 1887 · Page 1
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VOLUME 26. ALTON, ILL., F HI DAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1887. NUMBER 260. T1IH GRJBAT UNFAILING FOK Liver isease SVMPTflMfl' -Bitter or bad tuato In tho w x al.1. p. UiilO i mouth j , toiiKuo coated white or onvm-qd with n brown fur; pain In tho back, sldea, or JoliUs-t-ofton tnlatiikon for Ilhoumatlsm i nour stoinaoh, loan of appetite ; HOinellmee n(iiiagn,wiitorUruali,nr Indigestion ; flatulency ana uclil oructutlojie; bowels alternately costive and lax; headache; Joss of moinory, with iv painful aenaiitlon of luvlni? fuiluu to do something which ouullt to have boon done;, debility; low entrlte; a ,tlilek, yellow nppo'artlnou of tho skin and eyes; u dry cough; fever; restlessness; tho iirlno is scanty and Irlgboolored, .and, If allowed to Htand, (lonoslts a sediment. Simmons Liver Regulator CPUIIELY Is generally used [.in tho'Sotitb Jo arouse tlio toi'pivHlvti' to a hohltWy notion. It acta with extraordinary efllottcy.pil thn IVER, nnd BOWELS. AN EFFECTUAL f Mnlarin. I>y«popnln, Constipation. «UipusJ>e»B, Slolt Heaclllfho, Jaij itilefl, JJauscsn, c'oHo,'' Mental Depression, iiowelComplaiutit, Endorsed by tho 1190 of sovqn millions of bottles, 118 , The Best Family Medicine forOhll<)ron,for Adulta.imd for thn Aged. Safe to take ia any couditipn.of the system! J. H. Sfieilin & .Co., Phila, Pa Solo proprietors. Price $1, * wkly . MONTHLY For Girls, age fifteen and under, IN MONEY AND ARTICLES, First Monthly Fair. The distribution of Premiums will be for 1 yard long, from 1 to 3 inches wide of Thread Crochet Lace "Work: First Premium, Cash $2. 2d " " $1, SdoSv " Article Goods, AWARDS WILL BE MADE EVERY 2d SATURDAY, COMMENCING SATURDAY, APRIL 9 next, between 7 and 9 p. m. Hoods entered for comp etition must be sent in by 3 o'clock p m. same day, or sooner, with name and age of maker attached, so they can properly be re turned,to owner- Bartlett has con sented to act as Judge with assistants, try Goods Department of . W.A. HILDEBRAND.Prop,, Third st., Alton, N, B,—Each month a different line will be mentioned, 5200 1JAGS FUREKA FINE SALT For Dairy and Talile UHO, in),; 11). Uucu suolc» and BO ib. ^ for wivlo by J. A. RYRIE, AH Insurnnco Question. Jfl Insure my 1ioufit» pud pay the premium to n rouur and lio fJlhi to pay It to tlie company; cnu recover In caso o£ losfl? IMJL'IJAKCE. Tho decisions In sovernl states aro tlmt the irulwr is the agent of ilia insured and not of ho company. But tho company gives credit vliuii it delivers tlic policy without receiving ho cash preinlnni, cither to the broltcr or to bo insured or to both. 1C it afterward nott- ostho Insured that on account of tho pro- niura not being paid it will not bo bound in aso of loss there would bo a question of its lability. Without Mich notice tho company ould be made to pay. .Emancipation* Was Abraham Uncolu's cmnnclpnUou proc- amatlou otic nrtiiully freeing oil tho slaves or ondltlpnally freeing tlicm? F. The proclamation (Soj)t. 22,1802) declared :io president's tnteuUou to pvosueuto the war or the purpose of restoring the Union; that it vaa his intention, at tho next meeting of ongress, to recommend. Borne pracl>jnl meos- re of assistance In emancipation to those totes which would voluntarily accept it. Ho innouuued that on Jau, 1, ISWi, all persons eld as slaves within any sta to or part of a state vherein tho people were in rebellion should be bencofprward forever free. The final proc- unatlon was issued Jan. 1,1803, and deslg- iated the free states and parts of states. On une 0,1803, a luw had been passed forbidding lavery in the ,territories. On Jnn. 31, 1S0.5, rticlo 13, amending the constitution of United Slates, prohibiting slavery, was ubmitted to the .stutea Cor their action. Oil 5ec. 18, 1805, (ho secretary of state declared ;h/yamendment adopted, and tho Fourteenth mendment (180T-8) forbade compensation. LlglltnltlKlIku Itaplilltjr. First Urchin—Hm\ umch yer got left, Tmmy? Second U robin—Two cents. First Urchin—Goshl how quick a nickel ;oeS when it's once broke.— Sew York Sun. Absolutely Pure. Thin powder never varies. A marvel o )urlty, streiiKth wholoaoiuonoas. More eco loniloul than the ordinary klude, and cnnuoi )0 sold in coinpotitlou with tho multitude o' ow test, short weight, alum phogplmte powders. SOLD ONLY IN CANS. ROYAL BAKING I'0\VDE11CO.,100 Wttll8t.,N. V. JanSUwly REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, KEAI> LIST OP BARGAINS —ATC. A. Schlueter's Agency. For Solo, cheap, cor. of 7th and Alton sts.; ramo dwelling, 1 rooms and collar, rents lor 111) per month. For Sale or Kxcluuiffoo—100 aeron, 8.1 in cultivation, 2>i inilea northeast of Fosterburg, it n bargain. For aulo—Five-room brick liousr*, story ixud i half, corner Klghth and Mechanic street. Gun be had at a bargain. Good property to "ont. One B-rooro new house, with collar, cistern and coal house. Lot 60 by 110 on Otli and \\ urkot stri. For salo—one 8-rooui house and one 3-room liouso, lltli and M urkot sts. Lot 60 by 110; jood olbtern und coal house, at atuugaln. For sale—Ift acres in North Alton with yood orchard, barn and plenty of water. For sale—SCO acres improved Inriu.wlth jood house and ata'ilcs tn Wijodsnn county, Kansas, ll.lt. runs across from Fort Scott to Wluhlta, 611)1103 from county emit, For suits—75 amis partly bottom land, Improved farm, near Horsey, wlili plenty of nod b'lUiUiujB pu game. For sale—10 ploeoa of valuable property with good hoiwes, In this eitj. For sale or uxulinnuo—A nice little cottage In Uethulto, with plenty of ground, stable mil good water on promises. "Pormilo or oxc(luii|>Q—Two sectioi)» of U.K. Umber land in se, Missouri, ]!>o miles from St. Loulxou tlio Iron Mountain H. It,, at a bargain. For sale or oxcluuiKH, 3 ncro.s of jjroiui'l on Ifaln St.. adjolnlni; Miiynr C'oppingur'a on the oast. Koi'Biilooi'oxoliainsM—fisootlons of prairie land in Urncknt county, Texas Will sell cheap. .Suitable for any limning purpnxcs. ThreeaoroH adjoining Dr.liohui'ts on north. Five lots on Urv st,, ailJmiiliiif.Tlioiaiis WK- t/lrH 1 rosldoiu'o on HIM a-int. One and a. hull lots In lluwloy's addition, One unil a half lots In Shully's uiUHIIon. Any of the above property can be bought I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Inaurance Co-, Buffalo, N- Y., one of the best companies in the U« S. And other good Companies in addition- C. A, SC~FLUETER, Office in my New Building, on Second street. meliMdw I.ATISST A train, the cars of whicli were lighted by electricity, left Bost.on for New York Wednesday uftcraopn. The Empress Eqgcnic is said to be contemplating a tour through the United Statew, traveling iucogi ito. The Illinois legislature has been officially informed thai; the old Lincoln homestead at Springfield is not for salo. The remarkable nlory comes from Colorado that a Hock of snowed- under sheep lived two weeks and grew fat feeding on cacli other's lleeces. Patrick While adopted the Hebrew faith 'Luesday at Buffalo, was circumcised a few hours later, and umr- ried Lena Levi, a young Jewess, Wednesday morning. " The Pittsburg police are endeavoring to leiirn of the whereabouts or fate of a bride of three wc-eks, who has been missing since ihe recent wieck at Leatonia, 0. There was an army of dead head passengers on the trains of the Pennsylvania company's lines yesterday. The free-pass ''habit" expired on that sysiam at midnight last night. A fishing steamer, the "Eagle"— engaged in seal-fishing and having 250 meu on board, has-been lost on the coast of Newfoundland. All on board arc believed to have perished. The year 1887 will probably go down to history as the great "boom" year. There aie more booms now going on throughout the country than were ever heard of before, or likely to be again. The special Grand Jury in the Chicago Criminal Court has reported twenty three additional indictments of "boodkirs" in connection wit the crooked operations of the County Board. On the strength of the report that the cholera in South America is extending northward, and has already reached the Isthmus of 'Panama, the city authorities of El Paso. Tex., have established a stringent quarantine. It is rumored that the Standard Oil Company is negotiating for the principal iron luiues of Cuirnda. John Bull may expect a flat offer to take the entire Dominion if the Standard guts a fuir foothold among the Canucks. The list of members of the-flftieth Congress presents a number of' Pn-s- deulial names. There is a WasLiing- ton, -an Adams, a. Taylor and a Hayes. Washington, who 1 s * from Tennessee, will be the first of the name to sit iu Congress. <;£ Sidney Bartlutt. one of Boston's best known lawyers, is 88 years old. yet his bodily strength is little impaired and he is said never to have exhibited greater intellectual vigor than in a recent argument in an important case that he was conducting. The Kansas voting woman is get- ling to be too much tor the men. In the town of Stockton the latter have agreed to let women take all the ollices nnd entire control- of affairs. The Mayor, members of Council, Marshal and all the city bdlcers are to be women. Henry M. Stanley, the noted ex- plo er, writes from the interior of Africa, giving a gloomy picture of the British status in tua,t country, lie says that France, Portugal ard Germany have virtually driven British trade and prestige away. A 810,000 mailiobbery astonished New York postolllco ofilcials Wednesday. A clerk named Clark was finally centered upon as the thief, ami yesterday he was arrested, the mi sing package found later, and finally Clark confessed, and was snit to jail, Take notice that Virginia, North C.irolinu, Florid-i, Georgia, Louisiana and Tennessee belong in the Republican column, and '.hey will found there upon a fair vole and honest count. When tho South wakes up even her children will cry for a genuine Republican tariff. With fairly good power, and desiring to get out all the Hour possible bi'foru freight advanced, the Minneapolis millers last week rolled up the large output of 411,150 ban-els, averaging '2'2J>20 barrels daily, ngiiinst 1)7,000 barrels for the previous week, and 12!),-10CI barrels fort liu corresponding time in J88d, i ; .N(U.ANi> may Uo "mwtrtms of tin; U'n," bin slia Ims novuryot lu>nn ublo to fairly iiwslur tint H's, I>.Klslatnre. HOUSE. iEU), III., March 31.— Tne House refused to concur in the amendment added by tho Senate to the joint resolution changing the time of assembling next week from Wednesday to Thursday in order to allow members to vote at the local elections, and a committee was appointed to oonfer with a like committee from the Senate relative to the matter. The greater purl of the first hour of this morning's session was taken up in a wrangle over a resolution proposing to amend the rules by changing the hour of opening the morning session to 9 o'clock. The resolution was finally adopted by a vote of 9G yeas lo 20 nays, after which the House proceeded to the order of bills on third reading. The following bills -were passed : Amending the a t in regard to limitations by removing thu disability of insane pe'-sous by appointment and qualification of conservators for such persons; providing for the election of six additional Circuit Judges in Cook county ; giving Circuit Courts jurisdiction in eases of appeal from Jus'ice of tho Peace upon the filing of a bond with the Clerk of the Court for all purposes except for trii.l; making it unlawful to hunt or kill prairie chickens, quail or pheasants for a term of five years., Mr O'Connor's bill for the establishment of an institution for the blind at Chicago was taken up for third reading by general .consent and called out considerable discussion. The previous question was oidered, and calling the roll the bill was passed by a vote of 84 yeas to 30 nays. SKNATE. After the reacting of the journal the bill introduced by the Judiciary Committee indemnifying owners of property from damages caused by mobs and riots, was taken up on special order, and passed by a vote of «0 to 12. Senator Johns introduced a bill making an appropriation of 830,000 for the erection of additional building at the Feeble Minded Institute at Lincoln, 111., Tho bill is a substitute for one before introduced, a-tl does not add to the original amount of the appropriation. The following bills we're also introduced: By Senator Curtiss, pio- viding for hopper weighing of grain ; by Senator Hill, giving the Railroad and Warehouse Commission poWer to enforca iheir rules, and compelling railroads to furnish reasonable transportation for freight and passengers. \ A message was 'received |from the House staling that body hud refused to concur in the amendment .to the adjournment resolution by extending ii to Thursday instead of Wed nesday, and asked the .Senate .to au- point u committee to confer with a committee from the House on the matter. The President appointed Senators Crawford, Keinbardt, and Darnell as such committee, and they reported by asking the .Senate xo recede from the amendment nnd insert in the resolution "udjourn to a o'clock p. m,, Wednesday." The resolution as amended was adopted. The bill introduced by tiie com- mitice on Insurance, revising the law in relation to township insurance companies was passed. Senator Cunis' bill amending the law in regard to roads and briduew under township organization, one provision of which is that the county board pay half the expense on condition that the town asking aid shall furnish the oilier half, was passed. Have you a eoujjIiP S no longer iroublo you. Ayor'H Clierry 1'outoral will stop thu ooutrli, ulliiy tin* lull imrniuion, and milnco I'(!)M')SO. It will, moniovi-r, Imal thu pulmonary organs and glvo you liualth. dwlw STUAHT'S OAIIHOUO ACII> TKOCHKS, e(iriaii) cure for sons threat, coughs, colds unit lioiirsuness. Wuit one IIOIK afier L'liting .before inktii<r one of iho trodlius for dyspepsia. STUAIIT'S AIINIOA SALVK, aurosl curu for cms unil burns. Buitin' LINIMKNT curcis all pains. Puurly tuulh nnd a swoot bnmth can be hud only by ii-inu Orosslnr's Wild Hoso Tooth J'owditr. COUl.D NO I' SI'KAIC ALOUD. Burks Mttdioinu Co., Ijuinoy, III.: — WliL-ii in your Hloro I was so hoitrsiL' 1 could not, Npnal: aloud. Tholir.it do.-u of your Wlulu I'lnu liuluud me, ami by U o'clock I win oiulruly relinvt-d. Twioo «iiH'.i> I hnvu lost my voice, Imt taking tho I'imi Biil.s.'im a fnw limits IIHH givun rohcl. Nothing uvur bom-filtud mo like this hiiM.—Mrs. (Judtco) J. II.Williams, 11-1 N. (iih., Qmnuy, III. UUUB FOR SICK I1KADAOUK. (Ji iliu uiuiiy eompluiiiiH promptly ruliovdd by Little Apricot 1'illH, nonu IIHS yliildml quickiir thiui uurvoiiu and ,-iol; hiiiidiiolu!. Nino casns out of uvury Km of hiMidiicho lire cauxud by unil inacilvii liver. Shot through thu throul by Whiiu run- llaUiun and killed a w-lil in thron doys. If you don't liobuvo il fii»t try U. I'riui) OUu at diu^/;ibts. For Hale in Alum by''K. Mumh. apl <lwl\v B fl 11 SUCH AS Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Two and Three Plys, Stair Carpets and Mattings, Oil ClotUs,Rugs and Mats, Has arrived. Also a very Choice Stock of a ll 1)»m<viift fin/I ^niW 11 I am offering;these goods at the very lowest prices to-cash buyers. All are invited to call aiidhee the beautiful new goods&learnthe low prices. ALTON, ILL. A NEEBMAHN.- Headquarters FOR THE BEST BUGGY THE WORLD. AGENTS FOR THE )i WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS- TIIKUBLiElillATKU Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Co's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Headquarters for EUPION' and CARMINE OILS; ENGINE, CYLINDER and •SIGNAL OILS: STOCK, WELL and CISTERN PUMPS; flue line of COOKING STOVES ; Hie DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVKS. See OUT 810 BU .GY HARNESS. NKW II 'ME SEWING MACHINES, 830. We keep tbe BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS ou tap aqd delivered to any part of the cit}'. HI. Cor. 2d and State sts., ALTON, ILL. 1 i • THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS FILLED WATCHES, From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. f H ROOTW TJ1E LEADING j. n. DW i n, JEWELER mvlitiwlv GO TO BBLY & SON HEADQUARTEKS FOR Picture Frames* Brackets, Base Balls and Bats. Croquet Sets, etc. A full line of School Books, Scratch Books and School Supplies- Remember the place: THIRD STREET, - OFF. PELLE. E FOR THE ~ •I.DIDH 10 r, By mail or delivered, Only Eojnibli'can Daily ia Madison county

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