Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 13, 1887
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ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY* EVENING, APRIL 18, 1887. VOLUME !?6. NUMBER 270. BILIOUSNESS IS AN AFFECTION OF THE UVHR, ANB CAN BE THOROUGHLY OUKKD BY TUB GBAND BEUULATOB OV THBIJVBB AND BIUABT! ORGANS. Toall suffering from Biok Headache and Bil. iousness: "Have been a victim to the above tor years ana, after trying various remedies, my only sucoess was In the use of SIMMONS LIVKB BEGUIM.TOR. wnloU nuv^r faUed to relievo meln twelve hours; and I can assure those Buffeting from the above that they would bo greatly relieved by its nse. I sneak not myself, but my whole family. Tours respectfully, J. M. FILZJIIAN. Selma, Ala." "Wo have tested Its virtues, pcr«onally,and know that for Dyspepsia, BUlousnesss and Throbbing Headache,It Is the bastmoMcino the worlov ever saw. Wo have tried forty othes remedies bctore Simmons Liver Beautor, but none of them gave- us more than temporary relief; but tho Begulator not only relieved, but cured us.—Ed. Telegraph and Messenger, Maoon, Ga. BllioiuTcolie. SIMMONS'LIVER BEQULATOB cured me from case of long standing Bilious colic after other medicines failed. I think it 0110 of the best family medicines I ever, used. "T. J. LAN1BB, Petersburg, Va. , ONLY GENUINE Manvif ftoturod by J. H. Zeilin, & Co., PliHa., Pa. 8—myasaodtwhly ANNUAL Tilings Karmcm Toll Ono Anotlior. Soapsuds niul wnslo -witter from tho house will furnish no Inconsiderable amount of forUllKor for the soil. Tho use of a common potato digger or hook to spare tho backs o£ tho boys somewhat is suggested when picking up Atones from the soil is )u order. As there Is always more or less of this work to foe done nnd every boy hates It, the Uisk should be lightened if possible. Lucerne Is a valuable leguminous plant, that thrives In all good Bolls of 11 free calcareous nature. Oil wet land it produces three or four abundant cuttings. The sulky or riding plow, on which the plowman is carried around tho field while, the work is done, revolutionizes all tho old Ideas about plowing. Bone meal is a very desirable Ingredient to mix with the poultry food ut all times, and especially during tho breeding season, and the Heeper should see that this ingredient Is carefully supplied during the early snrlim-months. ' Knlscr Wllllaku. Will you pleaso glvo • a. nutshell Hlrptcli of tlio life of the Emperor William of Germany, whoso 90th birthday Is being celebrated. HWTOHY. Bom March 21, 1707, the day the young Napoleon started to take command of the army of Italy, ho was a child when Napoleon conquered his country. Ho served in the successive European -coalition wars against the French emperor. At 27 ue marched with the victorious army of 1814 from- Loipsic to Paris. In 1849, at the head of the Prussian forces % he pub down tho German republican insurrection in a few weeks. In 1857 acted instead of bis brother, tho king of Prussia, who hnd beeomti Incapacitated. In 1858, regent; in IBM,.king;Mn 1870 came tho Franco-Prussian war, iild on Jan" 18, 1871, he was proclaimed emperor of Germany while with his victorious army at Versailles. In 1887, the oldest sovereign on the globe. ;_ Custom Itules. X would like to know if a United States senator IB a congressman?' By 'answering tho question you will greatly oblige SEVERAL HEADERS. The congress of > the United States > is the combined senate and house of representatives. Therefore u senator is a congressman. But it has become tho custom to designate a member of the senate as a senator and a member of the house of representatives as a congressman. ALTON. Of the male pupils in all the Rooms giving monthly reports of the Alton Public Schools, one from each room, that can show a record for the best Deportment, Scholarship, &c., certified to by the Teacher and endorsed by the Superintendent, from the first of the present month to the end of present term, shall receive from W. A. HILDEBBAND a $2 Hat or a 82 pair of Shoes, or their equivalent in cash, 10 per cent off ($1.80), optional with the party. Ono prize to each of the following schools: The Brother's School, the German Catholic and the Lutheran. The Teachers' certificate will suffice. And the one male pupil of the Public Schools of Alton that can show the best record, (certified to and endorsed as above) for Deportment, Scholarship, &c., from September last to the end of the present term in June next shall have as a grand prize a $10 Suit, or its equivalent (10 percent, off ,(9) in cash. B@2n.Awards of prizes will bo made on presentation of the proper certificate any time before July 2d next, after which date this promise stands void. [Signed,] W. A. HILDEBRAND. Absolutely Pure. Lucas Pfeiftenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL 1MAUUHTSMAN, Office on Third 8t.,one door west oC Plusa, tUltd floor. This powder never vjirtes. A marvel ot purity,' strength wliolosomoness. More economical than the ordinary binds, and cannot \>o sold in competition with tho multitude ol low test, short weight, nlnm nhosphato powders. SOLD OKtY IN OAKS. ROYAL BAKING POWDBK 00., 100 Wall St., N. Y. janSdwly REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BEAD LIST OP BARGAINS —AT— C. A, Schlueter's Agency, For Sole, cheap, cor. of 7th and Alton sts.; frame dwelling, 1 rooms aud collar, route for $10 per mouth. For Sale or BxoUangoo—100 acres, 85 lu cultivation, 2>i miles northeast of FoatorLmrg, at a bargain. For solo—Five-room brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Can bo had at a bargain. Good iproporty to rent. Ono 0-room new house, with collar, cistern and coal house. Lot DO by 110 oil Oth and Market; st«. For sale—one 8-room house andjone S-room house, 9th and Market sts. Lot 60 by 110; good cistern and coal house, at a bargain. For sale—16 acres In North Alton with good orcliard ( barn nnd plenty of water. For flalc-MO acres improved form with aood house and stables in Woodson county, Kansas. II. It. runs across from Fort Scott to Wiehltft.Smllea from county seat, For sale—76 aorns partly bottom land, improved farm, near Uorsey, with plenty-of good buildings on same. For sale—10 pieces of valuable property with good houses, in this city. For sale or exchange—A moo little cottdKO in Bethalto, with plenty of ground, stable and (rood waler on premises. For sale or exchange—Two sections of 11.R. timber land in So. Missouri, 160 miles from St. Louis ou tho Iron Mountain K. 11., at a bargain. For solo or exchange, 3 acres ol ground on Main >(•> adjoining ttayor.Oonplnger'a on tho east. • "'BBS For sale or exohauqo— 6 sections of pralrlo land in Crock ot county. Texas. Will Bull ohoap. Suitable for any (arming purposes. Tlirooaoroa adjoining Dr.Uobortg on north. Five lots on Dry st,, uujolnlng/rhomua Big- gins'residence on the oast. One and a half lots In Iluwloy'H addition. One aud a half Jots lu Shelly 1 ! addition, Any ot tho above property can bo bought at a bargain. I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co-, Buffalo, N. T,, one of £he beat companies in the U- 8- And other good Companies in addition* G. A, SCHLUETER, Offloe|in my New Building, on Second street. mohUdw LATEST NEWS. The facts about the starvation of the rpeople in Atascosa county, Texas, are appalling. The, iiiipr'oesion seems to gather strength at Washington that the President will visit Kt. Louis in September. A full election board was arrested at Jersey City for stuffing tho ballot- box, almost openly and in the middle of the day. Mr. Charles Dickens, the son of his father, is going to giro readings in this country next fall. He will read from his father's works. The New York Republican club admits no member who did not vote for the Blame electors in 1884. This prevfcnis any mugwump interference. Jesse Grant, son of the General, takes a lively intere'St in ' polities'. He is for Blainc, thoxigh he says he found it hard to vote for the Maine statesman in 1884. * Ned Scribner, a confidence man, who helped to 'swindle an Illinois 'farmer out of 66,000, has been caught in Indiana and carried to Springfield, 111. Rev. J. M. Pullman, a brother of the Pullmans of Chicago, has just had his salary as pastor of the First Universalist church of Lynn, Mass, increased to $4,500. That is nearly as good as being a porter on one oi his brother's cars. The United States Supreme Courl has declared unconstitutional anc void the new law of Iowa which com pels all foreign corporations doing business in that State to incorporate there and thus be subject to the Sta^e laws and the State courts. Legislature. HOO8E. SPUINGPIKLO, 111., April 12.—In the House this morning a resolution was offered by Mr. Tyler amending the rules by providing that hereafte the regular order of bills as they ap pear on the calendar shall be fol lowed on the second and third read ing, and requiring a two-thirds vot to call up special bills. The resolu tion was adopted. Bills were also introduced as fol lows: By Mr. Clark, to reimburse survirors of the Swift Cairo expedi tion. By Mr. Jones, of Sangamon, tc prevent the printing of bogus electioi tickets. The following bills were passed permitting litigants to appear in per son or by an attorney in any Circiii (or Superior Court of Cook county and waving jury trial, to submit without formal pleadings, the matte in controversy, whereupon the Judg shall determine the matter so sub mitted, and enter, a decision wine shall be final and from which theri shall be no appeal; and to prohibi book-making and pool-selling; au thorizing township officers to take special census to ascertain whether larger' representation on the Board o Supervisors is allowed. SENATE. After the reading of tho journa thebill'restriCtingthe rights of alien to acquire and hold real and persom estate was taken up for special orde and sent to third reading withou opposition. The bill provides tha aliens, being allowed to purclias land in this State, shall declare thei intention to'become • citizens of th United States. If they should fail t take out their naturalization papei within six years thereafter, sue lands shall revert to the State. Senator Torrence presented a res olution requiring the Revenue com raitteo to make a report on the Rove nuc bill by the 19th inst.,and that! the event of ft failure to report th committee be -relieved from th further consideration of tho subject The resolution went over under th rules. Senator Cochran introduced a bi to enable inmates of the Soldiers Home to vote at the election. The bill providing for the advancing .of wages to laborers by tho at ministrators of estates was passcc The bill appropriating an addition al sum of $6,000 to pay employes o tho Thirty-fifth General Assembl WHS passed. Senator Bell's bill establishing general banking law was passed. Senator Was lib urn's bill fixing th time of holding County Courts wa passed. Tho bill introduced by Soiiato Wheeler fixing the fees of Clerks Probate Courts was passed, Senator Cochrau's bill to rcgulut tho attendance of teachers upo teachers' institutes was passed. The bill makes it lawful for toaolier to attend teachers' Institute hree days out of any, ono term or vc days in ono year during term ime, and no deduction of wages shall o made for such attendance. Senator Bell's bill regulating the usiness of! life insurance in this State was passed. The bill appropriating $50,000 for he erection of a monument to the memory of John A. Logan was pass- Mono. MOKO, 111., April 1'2, '87. The funeral of Mr. John W. Berry, lie particulars of whose sad death iavo already appeared in your columns, took place from the residence of his father, Capt. J. G. Berry, Thursday evening last, the services jeing conducted in a most fueling manner by . Rev. Wm. Frecso of iberty Prairie, and were attended by a large number of the friends of the jereaved ones who have the • warm- jst sympathy of all in this sad afflje- iion. Mr. Berry was a native of Selleville and at the time of his death was 30 years of age. Mr. Neal Sego, formerly of Mason ity, 111., but for the past two weeks a resident of this place, met with a death, similar to that jof Mr. Berry, on Saturday morning at Edwardsville Crossing, he having been run over by one or more trains on the C . & A.. R. R. His body was horribly mangled but was indcntified and his wife here notified of his death, He had left here on Monday morning for Litchfield to work and nothing had been heard of him until he was found dead as above stated. An inquest was held and the remains interred atEdwardsville Sunday morning. The two accidents so similar, happening in one week, have cast gloom over the entire community and expressions of sympathy,; especially for the two young wives, each left with two little children]are heard on every hand. PEHSONAL. — Mr. Norman Flagg and sister. Miss Belle, Messrs Pascal Hatch and J. C. Ellis were home from St. Louis to spend Sunday . Messrs B. Johnson and Henry Wilkening, after having spent the winter at Lakeville, Mo. are at home again. Mrs. T. C. Wilson and son of Dorsey spent Sunday and Monday at Supervisor N.6. Gay's Mr. H. T. King has gone to Mont gomery Co. to visit his daughter Mrs. Clara Estabrook. Mr. J. A. Fletcher of Bunker Hill, gpent Monday in town on business. Mr. Z. E. Bivens returned last week from Butte City, Colorado whither he went a few weeks ago in company with a party from here who haye since' settled in that neighborhood: Ho was so well pleased with the appearance of the country tha he located a claim before returning. Messrs Win, Cooper and Wm Richardson are in Edwardsville, serving on the jnry. Mr. Wm; Montgomery is improv ing his property in town by enclosing it with a noat, ^substantial fence Mr. George Russell is doing th< work, _ __ '^' STBAKT'S OAKBOLIO ACID TROCHES certain cure for sore throat, cougbs colds and hoarseness. Wait one hour after eating before taking -one of th troches for dyspepsia. STCAUT'S ARNICA SALVE, surest cure for cuts and burns. BURKS' LINIMENT cures all pains. Pearly teeth and a swoot breath can be had only by using Cressler's Wild Rose Tooth Powder. COULD NOT SPEAK ALOUD. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111. : — When in your store I was BO hoarse could not apeak aloud. Tlie first dosa of your WtntoPino helped mo, and by 9 o'clock I was entirely relieved. TWIG since I have lost .my voice; bnt- taking tlio Pine Balsam a few<tlme<i has given relief. Nothing over benoflttod mo like this has.— Mrs. (Judge) J. H.Willmras 444 N. 6th., Qulncy, 111. CUBE FOB SICK HEADACHE. Of tho many complaints promptly relieved by Little Apricot Pills, non has yielded quicker than nervous am siok headache. Nino cases out of over' ton of headache arc caused by sluggisl and inactive liver. Shot through tho throat by Burks Whito Pino Balsam aud killed a severe cold In throe days. If you don't buliev it just try H. Price 60o at druggists For sale in Alton by K. Alarsu. _ apl awlw Catarrh, when olironio, becomes very offensive. It is Impossible to bo otherwise healthy, and, at tlio savno tirno aflllotcd with aatarrb. This disugreoa bio disease, in its most obstnmto and dangerous forms, can bo cured by tlio uso of Ayor's Sarsftparllla. dwlw SUCH AS Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Two and Three Plys, Stair Carpets and Mattings, Oil Cloths,B>ugs and Mats, Has arrived. Also a very Choice Stock of Patents. To ny persona wlitilng to otitiiln luutji S utont on now Inventions, Improvinuontu o esliTOB, I will oiisouw drawings mid apaolfl oatlouB and mako applications for Putonu All oousuHiitloi), In pomou or by lotto , Iroo LUCA8 1'FEIFFENliEKGfcll, Alton, HI. Papers I am offering these 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 NEERMAM. FOB THE BEST BUGGY THE WORID. AGENTS FOB THE ibott W Sleelta WABHANTED TOR FIVE YEARS- THE OHLEBllATEl) Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Co's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE HINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Headquarters for EUPION and UAKMINE 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 BUGjGY HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, $30. We keep the BEST GASOLINE and. BURNING OILS on tap and delivered to any part w of tho city. HI Cor. 3d arid State sts., ALTON, ILL. THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS JPILLED WATCHES, From $18 to f 50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30, I 1-1 J. ri. THE LEADING i JEWELER, mylBdwlv -GO TO- SEELY & SON HEADQUARTERS 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; • • OPP. BELXE: SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ALTOI EYE. TELEUBAPfl, IOC Per By mail or delivered, Only Republican Dally in Madison county 'I

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