Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 18, 1887 · Page 1
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fr^™*^ t - i,. VOLUME 26. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING^ APRIL 18, 1887. To Regulate FAY OKITE HOME IIEMKDY IB .war- ramad not ko contain a, single partiolo of Morcury oi- nny Injurlons uubstanoo, Init Is purely vegetable. iTWjLt-ODBa'M.Ij Dl8B\3E8 O\UBF,I> . JiV DEKANGEMKNT OP TUB LlVKlt, KIDNKYS AND STOMACH. If your tiivur IB out of order, tlion your whole svfltoin Is deranged. Thu blood js Impure,' t lio broath offensive ; you liavo hoadacho, f oor Iiinsuld, als- plrltad and nervous.. 'To prevent .«, more serious condition, tttko nt ' onoo Slrnmous I ttirO 'REGUJWVXOB.' If you lend a sea- Li! tllontary "to, or suffer (with Kidney Affections, avoid Btirauluntu and take ,81m- sions Liver Kegulator. buro to restore. H you have OMOB ttn-ytUlnK htti'd o£ dlnoation, or feel heavy tutor meals or sleepless at nifeUt, take a dose and you trifi Joel relieved and sleep ploas- .: you BIO a miserable sufferer with Ooiibllpntlon, uyspepnta, and Mil- louitiOBs. seek rullel at onoo in nun- mona Liver llogulator. It does not require continual dosing, and , coits but'a.trlflo.vlt will euro you. If ypu wake up In the morning with a bitter,, baa toBCe In jour inoutn, •fit irf •.Simmons t. ver lleuulutor. It cor I AlwEi' reota tue bilious stomach, sweetens the breath, and cleanses the Furred Tongue. Children often need soma safe •cathartw and Tonlo' to 'avert approaching sickness. SlmmanS'I'lVor Regulator will relieve Oollo, Hoadaenfll SlokStomaoh, Indigestion; Dysentery. anU OomplftlJlts Incident to'Ohlldhood. Afany time you feel your system needs •. ofeanBinfr; tonlnK,' regulating, •without Ytolen't purging, or stimulat- Regulator J. PREPARED BY H» (ZeiUpLf&'Co-, Phlla., Pa. ' l. 4-niwf-'wlkv The Lost Arts.., Wuikt wcro the lout nrt»T D. Ii. All we know of them In by indications of tl!(?ir practice, Which wo find ill Work* that bnVoisurvlveii decay. Of their ,nu;uber only a tovr can be mentioned '" o» r '"''of sphipo. ; This undent Egyptians, Phoenician's and Roainnsi lin'd a knowloilgo of nonio things in chemistry which wo. do. not IXXSGSS. Such ns to .nmlio. mnljenblu glnss. They also know how to color and guild glass by a process unknown to us. iBronzo and copper- were temporal to:tlie harilncss of steel, 1 and of ;this the Egyptians nindo tlicir edged tools. 1'aiuts wire liiixcct; wlioso colors were Imperlsbable; at' least they have existed fresh for 4,000 yoaiti. At Damascus they made blades of steel which could bo bent Into a circle and would fly back Into perfect line. Neither this nor the gold tracer_y in their ntcel can wo imitate to-day.-'. Wo do not know how Kings Hameses and Thotmes transported monoliths and - c'luvated them on to the Pyramids; though wo could 4o tlio sumo to-day by othw processes. Artisniis and chemist* have in vnin tried to reproduce iridescent glass which archaeologists .have'brought to light. This docs not complete life catalogue, but it is enough to show that the ancients were by no means unskilled. An Unanswered letter. A gentleman wlio 1ms been my correspondent for some months has not answered my lust lotlor. Now,'I \v\ti\\ to have the corrospomlmiei! revived, but do not think It Is "liiy plucu to write again till h«nut>wt>vsmy.last letter. 'Will you pluaau nil- vlso mo what I can do wltnoiit appearing to bo too anxious* Ln.ut: 13. ' If you nro sura your last letter was received you cannot'do anything, so far as writing is concerned. As to further advice, coma one nearer to yon ' \< ould bo better prepared to give it Mninma's Girl. •It seems a very f unity, thing, and yet I know it's true, Tlmt inntnnm vaa a llttla girl—little, like me and you. . . • • . She rolled her. hoop.and jumped the rope, and dressed her doll, I s'pose; Perhaps sometimes sue wasn't good and tore her Sunday clothes. But mamma must have been so very sweet, I think that I Would like to be lust like her, and so I mean to try. And when grandma sees me next, she'll sa;i, "Dear me, I'm sure that Jo Is 'jtactly like her mother was 'bout twenty years agol" . —Golden Days. ANNUAL fcA'l'JBST NEWB. Gbn. Geo. Sheridan lec'turcd last nigbt at AVasbington on Ibgcrsoll. Jnkc Kilrnln exprossoa a desire to meet Sullivan in the ring for $3,000. The stove works now located at Qtiinoy, 111., are to be moved to Hannibal, Mo. • A young woman named Emma Porter was killed by the cars at Council Grove, Kaa. An abundant ram fell yesterday in wbat bas been known as tbb drougbt district of Texas. JohuM. Webb, a brakeman on tbe AVabasb.fcll off a car at Sidney, 111., and was killed; , Tbe jury wbicli tried Arensdorf at Sioux City, for tbe Haddock murder disagreed and-were discharged. Mr. .Von tier Abe,bas secured tbe release of Pitcher ,King from tbe league and signed him for tbe Browns. Hot Springs (Ark.) gamblers have been raided again by the officers, who took the implements and burned them. J. J. Abrams, a lawyer of Savannah, Ga., accidentally shot and killed F. M. Fonda, general superintendent of the Geoi gia, Central railroad. '•'-'. Juror O'Gonnelli vCho stood out for conviction in the Arensdorf trial at Sioux City, states that be was asked by the defense to name his price. The question of the hour in the Old World is whether-Bulgaria of Afghanistan will explode first. .Billy Kissane is again a mystery. He has disappeared. Billy seems bound to keep the world wondering. -AT- 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 $2 pair of Shoes, or their equivalent in cash, 10 per cent off ($1.80), optional •with the party. One prize to each of the following schools: The Brother's School, the German Cathor lie 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, (oerti- ' fled to and endorsed as above) for Deportment, Scholarship, &c., from September last to the end of the present term in Juno next shall have as a grand prize a $10 Suit, or its equivalent (10 per cent, off ,89) in cash. Bg&*Awords of prizes will be made, ou presentation of the proper certificate any time before July 2d next, after which date this promise stands void. [Signed,] W.A. IIILDEB11AND . Lucas Pfeittenbergei' ARCHITECT, JHINfBNDENT I^WA'-TtfTI^A1 ' ' 'DEAUfiHTSJUUJ, ojf 9f Piai»ft» tUlrd floor Absolutely Pure. «Thlo powder never varies. A marvel ol strength wholosornoiioss. Mora eoo- ..uu. than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In competition with tho multitude ol low tost, abort welch t, ftlnm phosphate powders. SOLD OKT.Y IN OA.NS. ROYAL BAKING POWDBB 00., 100 Wall St., N. Y. ]an3dw}7 The Arensdorf Haddock Case Eiids witU a Mistrial. Sioux CITY, lo., April 17.—There were but few persons in the courtroom when the judge asked the Haddock jury to report. Foreman E. P. Webster said that eleven of the jurors were agreed, hut that one stood somewhat stubbornly against the large majority. Juror O'Connell, who is a farmer living in Liberty township, arose and replied to this remark in a feeling manner. He said he did not wish to be considered a stubborn man, but that he had taken an oath before God and man to honestly determine the case as far as be was concerned and that he had endeavored to regard that obligation. If he were to remain in the jury's room a month he could not and would not change his opinion. Mr. Q'Connell's eyes filled with tears and his voice trembled from emotion. No one who heard him could doubt the since rity of his motives. Judge Lewis thereupon discharged the jury from further consideration of the case. Rumors from the jury- room revealed that the first ballot stood ten for acquittal and two for onviction. Tho FlcotliiR Cook. Hero is,a story on a certain class,.of mistresses—a class tlmt. is not numoiv oua, but is pfcqjiliiir to tho ranks of tin? "vulgar rich" who are so scorchingly described by QuiiUw A lady comos n, stranger to Buffalo, her husband an army ofllcetv ordered here ,on special duty. She at ouco breaks into housekeeping and deems herself fortunate,in 'securing a really good cook. One morning while rclleetiiig upon her I\i9k in finding such a kitcbon treasure—and she is a stranger in a strange place—she sees a lino 'establishment—splendid sloigh, fine horses, swell coacbman— drive up to her door. From the sleigh steps out a very handsome specimen of womanhood, elegantly costumed. Out anny woman, suspecting that she is.to. be made tho recipient of a little Buffalo welcome and hospitality, steps to the mirror, gives her bangs a little twist and prinks up hastily. She hoars the door-bell ring; soon after hears voices in the parlor. But thoro is no summons for her, ftndin five minutes, mgroi or loss, the superbly dressed visitor aforesaid leaves the house and drives 6ff. The'second girl being asked for an explanation, replies , that the lady asked to see the cook, and. that functionary soon informs hor army mistress that she. has had an offer of much higher wages-'if she will leave at once, and that the offer is top tempting to refuse. Protest is ineffectual, and wondering whether that Is the way of doing things in Buffalo, the discomfited house-keeper submits to the result anil goes put to hunt after v another cook. A few days pass, and the sloigh,^ the coachman and same elegant specimen of the. feminine gender, again come up to tho door,.and this time the lady of the house is certainly asked for. With some . rolucteanco and considerable smothered indignation she goes down, but is • soon disabused ..of any notion that the "lady" is going .to "make a call." She briefly explains her errand —admits that she is the woman who induced the cook to leave, and complains that she is in a "really awkward; positionj" for »• splendid cook who used to live Avith .her wants to come batik, and she, of course, feols under obligations to get the other cook n place, seeing that she urgetl her to leave. She, therefore, asks our army' woman if she is willing to, take back her original cook "as a personal favor." Bog pardon, reader. D;cl yon say "Well, I swear!" That i* just what we said when wo heard the story; and it is true, every word of it.— Buffalo Express. SUCH AS 5 , Velvets, BMy and Tapestry Brussels, Two and Three Plys, Stair Carpets and Battings, Oil Clothsjliigs ami Mats, Mas arrived* Also a very Choice Sto<?kof « I am offering these gfqods at the veryilowest prices to casli. buyers. All are inyited; to call anid see,the beautiful ti&w goods &learn the low ALTON, ILL. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. READ LIST OF BAJBGAINS -ATC. A. Schlueter's Agency. For Snlo, cheap, cor. ot 7th and Alton Bts,; frame dwelling, 4 rooms and collar, rents for $ 10 per month. For Sale or Exouangoe—100 acres, 85 in cultivation, 2X miles northeast of Foatorburg, at a bargain. For sale—Five-room brick house, story and a unit, .corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Oan bo had ai a bargain.' Good .property to runt. One G-room new house, with cellar, cistern and coal house. Lot 50 by 110 on 0th and Market sto. For sale—one 8-room house andjono 3-room house, Oth and Market sts. Lot 60 by 110; good cistern and coal house, at abaigalu. For sale—16 acres In North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. For salo-500 acres fmpreved farm with good house and stables la Woodson county, Kansas. It. U. runs across from Fort Scott to Wichita, 5 miles from county eoat, Forsule—76 acres partly bottom land, improved farm, near Uorsoy, with plenty ol good buildings on same. For sale—10 pieces of valuable property with good houses, in this city. For eolo or exchange—A,afco little cottage In HetluUto, with plenty of ground, stable and good water on promises. For salo or exchange—Two sections of U.n. Umber land In So. Missouri, IdO miles from St. Louis on the Iron Mountain K. U., at a bargain. For salo or exchange, 3 acres ot ground on Main »v,, adjoining Mayor.Oopplngor's on tho oust. For sale or exchange—5 sections of prairie land in Orookot county, Texan Will sell olieap. Suitable for any [arming purposes. Throe acres adjoining L>r. Roberts on north. Five lots on Dry.st., adjotnliig/llioinas Biggins' residence on tuo oast. One and a hull lots in Hawloy's addition. One and a half lots In Shblly'a addition. Any of the above property can bo bought at ftbargatn'. I also represent the Buffalo Gexman Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N. Y,, one of the best companies in the U. S. And other good Companies in addition- 0. A: SCFLUETER, In my New Building, 'on Second street. Sauuderson Denounced. LINCOLN, Neb.. April 17. — A largely attended meeting of the Lincoln branch of the Irish National league was-hehl to-day in Fitzgerald hall.. The newly elected Mayor of the : city, Hon. A J. Sawyer, vice- President iOf,'-tiie branch, presided. Hon. John Fitzgerald, President of the Irish NatjonaUeaguo of America, and Hon. Patrick Egftn, were also present. The .following resolution proposed by Hon. S. J. Butler was unanimously and enthusiastically passed: Resolved, That we, tho members of the Irish National league of America, denounce us »a foul and infamous slander on the members of our league throughout America and on the President of ;this branch, Hon. Patrick Egan, the statement of Maj. Saun- dorsou in the English House of Commons on Friday night last, when ho referred to Mr. Egtui's election at the national convention in Boston to the Presidency of tho league as an election to the position of "President of the Clan na Gaol murderers' association." "Seed Sowing." One of Henry Ward Boccher's latest sermons was on tho subject of "Seed Sowing." In closing, it would seem that he anticipated that he was nearing his end, when ho said: ' One man sows, and another reaps; but they shall rejoice together. The land of rejoicing is above and boyond. It is there that they meet who wcro unknown benefactors to each other. There they'who were but drops that fell into the river of life, which is the river of love, rccogni/.e each other. Those affinities that wo feol in their greatest force in tho household will have a wider sphere, a more glorious expansion, in the world to conic.' In tho groat invisible toward which we arc going, wo shall lind 10,000 vibrating strings which we haVo made musical, which tho whole heavens shall chant, and which the whole universe will hear. LJ» I «• One of the most peculiar effects,' says a well-known traveler, was produced by uiolian harps attached to kites and llow'n by ChincHO boys. Tho wind music coming down through tho air made a most singular impression upon the observers. A Woman Sues for Damn.ge8. NKW YOUK, April 16—Miss Luln Delmay, the acrio comic singer, has begun a suit in the Supreme Court against the New York Clipper, claiming $52,000 damages for libel. It appears that an article was published by the Frank Queen Publishing Co. on September 24, 188G, staling that tho plaintiff had lived with Mark Uuesh tho wealthy Pittsburg hotel keeper, in 1876, and throe years later stole his money, leaving him a wreck of hia former self, She claims that sho has always conducted herself properly and characterizes tho nr- tlclo aa libellous. NElfiffiAM: FOR THE BEST ' . • 'IN: : TH1WOBED. AGENTS-FOB. THE Buggy Co's WAEEANTED TOR FIVE YEAESV • TIIKOEUDUUATKD Studebaker Farm Wagon. Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Co's Plows and Cultiyatprs and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. >Headquar ters for EDI J ION:and CARMINE OILS; ENGINE, CYLINDER and SIGNAL OILS; STOCKj WELL and CISTERN PUMPS;, fine line of CQOKING STOVES; the DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVES. See our 810 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., ALTOty ILL. STUAUT'S CAUBOUO ACID THOCHEB certain cure for sore throat, coughs, cold's and hoarseness. Wait one hour after eating before taking one of tho troches for dyspepsia. BTUAHT'S AUNIOA SALVK, surest cure for cuts and burns. BURKS' LINIMENT cures all pains. Pearly teeth and a sweet breath can be had only by using Greaslor's Wild Rose Tooth Powder. COULD NOT SPEAK ALOUD. Burks Medicine Co., Ojiincy, 111. :— When in your store I was so hoarse I could not speak aloud. The first doso of vour White Pino helped mo, and by 9 o'clock I was entirely relieved. Twice since I have lost my voice, but taking the Pino Balsam a few timet has given relief. Nothing over bonofilted mo like this has.—Mrs. (Judge) J. H.Williams, 444 N. 6th., Quinoy, III. CURE FOK SICK HEADACHE. Of tho many complaints promptly relieved by Little Apricot Pills, nono has yielded quicker than nervous and slok headache. Nino cases out of every ton of headache are caused by sluggish and inactive liver. Shot through the throat by Burks' White Pino Balsam and killed a severe cold in throe days. If you don't bcliovo it just try it. Price 60o at druggists. For sale m Alton by E. Marsh. apl dwlw Ayor's Cathnrtio Pllla aro suited to every ago. Thoy aro mild and pluasant in action, thorough and searching in effoot, and, being sugar coated, aro easy 10 take. Theau pills nover fail to givo satisfaction, dwlw THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS? EIIiLED WATCHES, From $18 to$5O. Warranted 20 Years. BBEEGH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. J. H. BOOTH, THE LEADING JEWELER, myWdwlv -GO TO&; 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 Jtie place: -™ THIRD STREET; • • OFF. BEELE. SU BSCRIBE FOR THE I (in PP? lUb lul By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily in Madison county. V u,^;^5s^"?ffics^M^

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