Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1887 · Page 1
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VOLUME 26. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1887. NtTMjBER THIS OBKAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC ron Liver Disease SYMPTOMS• Wor.or bad taste In tho ,.i lurl VlUO, mqutlr; toiiHUo coated wliltoorcovorodwHli a brown fur; ! paln in tlio tmok.Bldos. or Jtointa—olton mlfttakou lor Ulioumiitlsm; gout 1 stomach, loss of nppotitu i sometimes nnuBeu.wntGrbrnsh.or Indication; flutulonoy and acid eruotiitionsj bowels alternately oosttvo nhd laxj liondaolio: loss of jupuiory, with u, pulnfnl sonsation of having fulled to <lo something which ongbt to liavo boon donu; debility; low spirits; "a thick, yellow appearance of the 1 skin'and oven; a dry cough; fever; restlessness; too nrlne it) scanty and hlghcotorea, and, if allowed to utand, deuoslts a sediment. ' Simmons Liver Regulator (I'tlltEI/r VEOETAUi,E) | Is generally Used in tho South to arouse tho torpid livor to a lienlthy action. It acts wltb oxtruordinavy oQlcnoy on tho L IVER, KIDNEYS, and BOWELS. AN EPFKOTUAl, 81'KOll'IO FOR Malaria. l>yipoj>slfi, Congtipatlon, lilllouHiiesSi Slok HoadauliOi v, JriuitcUce> Nausea, Collo, Mental Depression, Bowel Comululnts, mo., JBto., Kto. Endorsed by.tlio use of sovoivniilllons of bot- tlea.as ' :. ' OJhe Best Family Medibine for Children, for Adults, and for.tlie Aged. Safe to take In any condition of tho system I J. H. Zeilin .& Co., Phlla, Pa Solo proprietors. Trleejl, my Win wf wkly ANNUAL -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 endorsqd by the Superintendent, from the first of the present month to the end of present term, shall receive from W. A. Hn.DEiiKAND 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 Catholic and the Lutheran. Tho Teachers' certificate will suflice. And the one male pupil of the Public Schools of Alton that can show tho best record, (certified 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 ,$9) in cash. B©»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 Lucas Pfeiftenberger ARCHITECT, OENEltAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, OtUoo onXUlrd at.,one door west of Piaaft, third floor. All the Suspension Orders to OCURO Simultaneously. WASHiNOTON,April 28—The speedy revocation of all the temporary orders made by the Inter-State Commerce Commission suspending the long, and short haul provision is undoubtedly almost certain. A gentleman who has had opportunity foi confidential conversation with mem- bersi of the commission saye the Com'mission will within a very short time after its return from its Southern trip make public the deliberate conviction which it has reached that it would be against the public interest to suspend the fourth section after the method adopted in these temporary orders. The Commission will issue an order providing for the termination on the same date of all suspensions heretofore granted. TUe Devil's Lake Land Diglrlct. DKVIL'S LAKE, D. T., April 27.— The recent decision of the Interior Department will throw ten townships, containing 230,000 acres of surveyed land, into the market in this district. It also orders that surveying con- tracts.be carried out, covering six townships of 138,000 acres. A heavy increase of immigration is looked for as a result. Absolutely Pure. Tbln,powder never varies. A marvel ol purjty, strength wholosomonoas. More eco- nomical'tliuutlie ordlmu-y kinds, und cannot Uesold In competition with tne multitude of low, test, short wefsht, alnm phogphatel powders. SOLD OMLV IN CANS. HOYAL BAKING PO W"»EB CO,, 106 Wall St., N. Y. JanSdwly REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BEAD LIST OP BARGAINS —AT— C. A. Schlueter's Agency, For Sale, cheap, cor. ol 7th and Alton sts.; frame dwelling, i rooms and cellar, routs (or $10 per month. For Sale or Bxchnngoo—100 acres, 85 In cultivation, 2>i miles northeast ol Fostorburg, at a bargain. For sale—Five-room brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street, dun be had at a bargain. Good (property to rent. One 0-rooin new house, with collar, cistern and coal house. Lot BO by 110 on l)th and Market std. For sale—ono 8-room house audlone S-room house, 9th and Market sts. Lot 60 by 110; good cistern and cool house, at a bargain. For sale—16 acres In North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. » For sale—6(10 acres impreved farm with Kood house and stables In Woodson county, Kansas. It. H. runs across from Fort Scott to Wichita, 6 mllOB from county seat, Forsalo—75 ooros partly bottom land. Improved farm, near Uorsoy, 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 nice little cottage In Uethulto, with plonty of ground, stable and good water on premises. Forsalo or exchange—Two sections of R.R. timber land In So. Missouri, 160 miles from St. Louis on the Iron Mountain It. II., at a bargain. For sale or exchange, 3 acres ol ground* on Main at., adjoining Miiyor.Oopplngor's on the oast. For sale or exchange—{sections of prairie laud In Orookot county, Texas. Will sell cheap. Suitable for any farming purposes. Three acres adjoining Dr.lloborts on north. Five lots on Dry st,, adjulnlng/rhomas Biggins' residence on the oust. Ono and a half lots in llawley's addition. Ono and a hnlf lots In Sholly's addition. Any of tho above property can bo bought ut a bargain. • I also represent* the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co-, Buffalo, N. Y., one of the host companies in the U. S. And other good Companies in addition- 0. A, SCHLUETER, Office] in ray New Building, on Second street. . mohlldw JOSJUfU LIVERY STABLE' FBONT STItKET, BBTWBBN ' AUtY AND KASTON, AVtOt ' • 8 • H.LIN01 NISW8. Clode Uaird, an old river pilot, died yesterday at Louisiana; Mo. Louisville [whisky men nave subscribed $4,000 to light.prohibition in Texas. A grain .elevator with 500,000 bushels capacity is to be erected at Springfield, Mo. Judge Henry, of Missouri, is gradually recovering from his wound iu- Hlcted by Auditor Walker. (1 A resolution looking to secession from the Canadian Dominion has passed the lower house of the Nova Scotia Legislature. Commissioner Colmau promises some interesting facts about oleomargarine in the next bulletin from the agricultural department. The big bridge between New York and Brooklyn is being treated to a new coat of paint, and it will take about twenty tons of pntnt to cover it. A case of small pox brought from Los Angeles, Cal., has-just .developed at Land Village, near Hunting, ton, Ind. The victim is a young woman named Deems. The stove molders strike has collapsed, alj the strikers outside of St. Louis having been ordered to returr. to work. It was another case of striking without any grievance. There are, at, present, 400 cases of measles at Madison. Wis., and probably a dozen cases of scarlet fever. ,At Waunakee, Wis , seven children of-Peter Mayer have died of scarlet fever. As far as known, the late 'Aloxan der Mitchell, the Milwaukee.million- aire, bequeathed . moneys to the amount of 850,000 to various charitable and educational institutions at that city and vicinity. The trial trip of the Illinois Central freight train, on which were air- brakes worked by electricity, was made Wednesday between Chicago and Kankakee and return, and proved highly successful. The inventor is Mr. Carpenter, of Berlin, Germany. A party of prospectors, including J. Mclntyre, of Chicago, and W. K. Glenn, of Illinois, are said to have .discovered in Mexico the "Layopa" and "Guaynopa" silver mines, which had been worked 200 years ago, and furnished millions of treasure. Hon. David T. Littler, of Springfield, having recently accepted an ap- .pointment as one of the commissioners to investigate the affairs of the Union Pacific Railroad, has resigned his office as a Representative, in the Illinois Legislature, to take effect April 30. Mr. Littler is Chairman of the Appropriations Committee of the House, and a brother-in law of Governor Oglesby. A hotel bar keeper in New. York makes these confidential disclosures: Neither Blame nor- Garfleld ever came to the bar while stopping at the hotel. Senator Gorman came in for rye occasionally. W. H. Barniun took plenty of gin, and Congressman Scott, of Pennsylvania, a little gin fizz. Conkling wanted nothing but lemonade. President Cleveland had the best brandy send up to his room, and Steve Dorsey drank whisky and plenty of it, The bar keeper would do well to "keep" also his bar secrets. Bound Over to tlio GrantKJury. MITCHELL, 111., April 28.—Postoffice Inspector Newbcrger, of East St. Louis, 'swore out a warrant against Postmaster F. E. Booskey of this place, on April 26, charging him with swearing to false stamp cancellation reports, in order to increase the revemio of the office. The warrant was served by United States Marshal Benbow, and. Booskey and his assistant Lizzie Kniger, were takijii by him to Springfield, where they had a preliminary trial before District Attorney Bradford. Booskey and Miss Kvuger waived examination yesterday, and gavfbond for their appearance at the June term of the United States grand jury. Mr. T. N. Hamilton will probably bo Booskcy's successor. Secret Society Dissolved. SrumaFiiau, III., April 28.—A cortillcatc of the final dissolution of the Independent Order of Knights and Ladies of Honor was filed by tho olllccrs of the Supremo Lodge of this State. Tho Brooklyn Bridge Jumper in .Tail. NEW Yoiuc, April 28.—Kmunuel Dofroitus, the 17-yoar-old lud who successfully jumped from the Brooklyn bridge yesterday, was arraigned in court to-day, aud sentenced to prison for throe mouths in default of },HOO bail. • Legislature. HOUSE. Srumamuv HI., April 28—In the House this morning Mr. Littler rose to a question of privilege, and after stating that from the present temper of the House he was satisfied that he would not be allowed to direct legislation on appropriation measures at this time, he said he had concluded to resign his seat in the Legislature, and had sent his resignation to the Governor, to take effect April 30. ' Sir. Merritt submitted a resolution, which was unanimously adopted, approving of Mr. Littler's appointment to the Railway Commission and in recognition of his services while a member of the Legislature. A livelyfight occurred on the motion to reconsider the vote by whioh the bill to prohibit base ball on Sunday failed to pass yesterday. After an hour had been, consumed in the discussion and roll calls, the bill Vas passed—yeas 88, nays 40. . The following bills were read a third time and passed: Amending section 23 of an act in regard to evi dence depositions, so as to apply the provisions of said section in regarc to proof of title to swamp land amending the act in relation to judgment and decrees so as to provide that an execution may issue on a judgment rendered in terra time by filing the order with the Clerk of the court; and the bill Allowing M. H Boals §5,454 for work done and material furnished in the construction of the Home for the Feeble-minded at Lincoln. SENATE. After the ' reading of the journai the resolution for the sine die adjournment May 12th was taken up for consideration. A motion to lay the resolution on the table was lost, Senator Wheeler moved that further consideration be postponed foi two weeks, which was carried. A joint resolution was received from the House, asking the concurrence of the Senate therein regretting the retirement of Hon. D. T. Littler from the Thirty-fifth General Assembly and congratulating the President and the Government on securing his services. The rules were suspended and the resolution acted upon and adopted. The bill entitling honorably discharged soldiers and sailors who have been inmates of any Home in tho State for ninety days, or longer, to vote upon all questions that may be submitted to the vote »f the people, was passed. The House Gallon-liquor bill, No. 58, was taken up on second reading and advanced. Tho billl providing for the eleo- tion of Supreme Judges was advanced' to third reading. The House bill No. 187, legalizing the barb wire fence, was passed. The bill introduced by Senator Bacon, of Edgar, regulating the price of telephones, on second reading was taken up. An amendment was offered by Senator Bell, charging a certain amount for each message sent over the wires. The bill was made a special order for. next Tuesday. House bill No. 9, changing the time of holding court in the county of Tazewell was rwd a third time and passed. Senator Cocbran offered a resolution requiring telephone companies to make out a correct list of their property income and disbursements and place the sonic before the Senate to enable that body to determine whether their .charges are exorbitant or not. On a-oall of the roll for the purpose of suspending the Yule to act upon the resolution no quorum voted and the resolution went over. STUAHT'S CAKBOLIO ACID TROCHES certain cure for sore throat, coughs, colds and hoarseness. Wait one hour after eating before taking one o£ the rooties for dyspepsia. STUART'S AIINIOA SALVB, surest cure for cuts and burns. BUHKS' LINIMENT cures all pains. Pearly teolh aud a sweat breath can had only Iby using Crosslor's Wild Rose Tooth Powdor. COULD NOT SPEAK ALOUD. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111. :— When in your store 1 was so hoarsu I could not speak aloud. The first dose of your White Pino helped me, and by 9 o'clock I wag entirely relieved. Twice sinco I hove lost my voice, but taking the Pino JJiilsiim a few ttmen has given relief. Nothing over honellltod mo like his has.—Mrs. (Judge) J. 11.Williams, 444 N. Oth., Quinoy, III. CUKE FOH S10K J1EADACHK. Of tho many complaints promptly •ollovod by Little Apricot Pills, none HVS yielded quicker than nervous and BioU headache. Nine OUBOB out of ovory ton of headache are caused by sluggish and inactive liver. Bliol through tho throat by Uurka* iVlilto Pino Bulsum auU killed a severe cold in throe dam If you don't behove t lust try it. I'rloo GOo at druggist*., for aale m Alton by 10. Marsh, SUCH AS Velvets, Body and Tapestry Brussels, Two and Three Plys, Stair Carpets arid Mattings, Oil Cloths,Rngs and Jfals* Has arrived. Also a very Choice Stock 1 of fail Papers I am offering these gQiods at the very lowest prices to cash buyM's. AIL are invited to call and seethe beautiful new goods &learn the low prices. ALTON, ILL. A; NEERMMN. FOB -THE AGENTS TOR THE WABRANTED FOE FIVE YEARS. THE OKLEBKATBD Studebaker Farm Wagon. Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Flow Go's Plows and Cultivators and) Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Headqtiar tors 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, 830. We keep the BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS on tap and delivered to any par.ti^of the city. HI. JO! Cor. 3d and State sts ALTON, ILL. THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS* FILLED WATCHES, From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years, BREECH-LOADING GUNS 5 From $16 to $30. [ W ROOT!-! THE LEADING J. O. OUW 1 n, JEWELER, _^ mylOdwlv SUBSCRIBE FOR THE . TELEGRAPH, life Per By mail or delivered, Only Bepublioan Daily in Madison county J. SUTTER & SON, DKAIitflW IN FINE AND COMMON FUBNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Always 011 Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. OUIt FUBWTURB11OOMS AUK ON State Street, r opp, Third, ALTON, ILL. UKMTIBTUI, DR. C. 11. KOHI/AND, Dentist, 18 THIRD 8TUEBT, ALTON, ILL. > Offlco Hours— a a. m. to 13 m.; 1 to 4 p. m G. A. McMELLBN, Dentist, OVBH BHUHQUBMANN'S OIQAH STOBB 8KOOND ST. 1613 dtf PBYglOIAftfl Affl) tUJJjQKOKBl DK. E. Pbyslclan ana burgeon, 4ND UESIDKNOE. OOB, KOURTn AND JtBNUT BIB. W, A. UAMBJBLli, M.D., Pliysician and Surgeon, OmOK-SKOOND BT.. ALTON, ILL. Office hoars—l»a.iu,! )itol,anSUp.m,

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