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

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 30, 1887
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VOLUME 26. IWAKE8 I with ft grsatpr laving of 1 Tims ttn'd.La% -V I in Wishing and' HOHJB. i cleaning)' than anything |yet Invented; ; j Vfsak yonrBI«hei,01a«8- J ware/Windows', Curtalni, I Jewelry, BiWer, In foot I werythlng; with It, Try i It In tho Bath, and note | lt» Superiority ortr Soap ••, Itawnrcof Imitation*. Thu •Genuine alwnyt benrt the » above Symbol and immo of JAMES J O-CL& SHlNl PEARLINEDIDIT Now York. , JOHN BATJER, [DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OP FURNITURE. ,'- ,4 ' i ," 'T;'. 1 SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, ALTON, ILL, All kinds of fine and common farnltur constantly on band. »-Aloo undertaker, etc. ANNUAL 'lU eil: —AT— ALTON. ., . r. • .' rvyt!(i r*v;^ i' • • '• 'f the male pupils in all the Rooms iving monthly reports of the,. A'ltpn, 'ublic Schools, oho from each room, ihat can show a record for the best Deportment, Scholarship, &c., certified to by the Teacher and endorsed £by the Superintendent, from the first 6f the present month .to the end of resent term, shall receive from W. IinjEBUAND. a $2 Hat or a $2 pair [of Shoes, or their equivalent in cash, flO per cent off ($1.80), optional swith the party. One prize to 'each of the following schools: The Brother's School, the German Catho- ||lic and tho Lutheran. The Teachers' f ceitificate will suffice. * And the one male pupil of tho ij Public Schools of Alton that 'M can show the bpst record, (certi- f fled to and endorsed as above) \ for Deportment, Scholarship, &o. t from.. September last 'to tho end of the present terra in June next shall have as a grand prize aj$10 Suit, or its equivalent (10 percent, off ,$9) in cash. B@uAwards of prizes will be 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, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT ANP, ( , MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, OlTlco ouThlrd Bt«>one door wont of PiftBft, tjiird floor. 1,00k Ont. To people In thlB locality who are thinking of selling their property hero for the purpose of locating In the west w"d conimenjl $10 following, ad vice ffopj a frank 'San 'Fri'noisco 'paper. " Farmer who nro Celling the Most farms In the world* In Iowa and Illinois, for $35 and $46 (and less), an aoro, and aro investing in $600 an acre: lauds at Los Angelas and Pasadena, (Dal., will never! ho sorry but once, und that onco . will be all the time, just as soon as thoy oome to their senses.*' Come, gentle spring, ethereal mildness, come, I mean the Kleo Coil Spring, with which you bum Over the roughest roads, and laugh to nee How small a thing can give yon so much glee. dwlw Central Missouri. • ST. CHARLES, Mo., April 29.— Mr. E. C. Hay ward, first assistant engineer of the proposed 'Central Missouri railroad, and a gang of men left this city this morning for a point near Howell - 's ferry to make soundings for a bridge. That the road will be built is now an assured fact and work will be commenced in this county in a few days. This powder never varies. A marvel 6t purity,- strength wholosomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in competition with the multitude ol low test, short weight, alnm jihosphat'ol powders. SOLD ojfLT IN (JANS. EOYAL BAKING POWDKUOO.,106WaUst.,N. Y. . / • '. JanSdwly REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BEAD LIST OP BARGAINS . i —ATC. A, Schlueter's Agency, For Sale, cheap, cor. ot 7th and Alton stB.; frame dwelling,} rooms and cellar, rents for $10 per mouth. For Sale or Exohangoo—100 acres, 85 in cultivation, 2K mllps northeast of Fostorbiirg. at a bargain. For sale—Five-room brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Can be had ac a bargain. Good jproperty to rent. One 0-room new housa, with cellar, cistern and coal house. Lot 60 by 110 on 9th and Market sts. For sale—one 8-roora house andjone 3-roora house, 9th and-Market sts. Lot BO by 110: good cistern and coal house, at abaigaln. For sale—16 acres in North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. For sttlo-600 acres improved farm with good house and stables in Woodson county, Kunsob. K. It. runs across from Fort Scott to Wichita, & miles from county seat, Forsale—75 aorns partly bottom land, improved farm, near Dorsoy, with plenty of good buildings on same. For pale—10 pieces of valuable property with good houses, in this city. • For sale or exchange—A nfoe littlo cottage in BotlmHo, with plenty of ground, stable and eood water on promises. For solo or exchange—Two sections of U.R. timber land in Se. Missouri, 150 miles from St. Loula on the Iron Mountain B. It., at a bargain, s For sale or exchange, 3 acres oi ground! on Muln »t., adjoining Mayoi^Oopplngor's on the oast. For sale or exchange—B sections of prairie land lu Orocket county, Texas. Will sell cheap. Suitable for any fanning purposes. Throe acres adjoining Dr.Uoberts on north. Five lots on Dry St., adjulnlng.Thomas Biggins' residence on the oust. • One and a half lots in IInwley'8 addition. Quo and a halt lots in Sliolly's addition. Any of the above property can bo bought at a bargain. , , I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N- Y,, one of the best companies in the U. 8. And other good Companies in addition. C. A, SCHLUETER, Office] in ray New Building, op Second street. moliU d w JOSKfU JAMKETT'8 LIVERY STABLE J 8TUKBT, BKTWKBN SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 3O, 1887. ILLLMU1 nivldlv Bismarck lias ordered' 'the 1 ' Release of Schnaebles. , f; Rumors, of martial law for Asace- Lorraino are again current at Berlin- r ', '.! .''.*.'.'•'".' ..." Natural gas was struck at Ottawa, Kas., yesterday, at u depth of 500 fcot, ,"..'•'.",'"' ''"',''•','. '" New Missouri Pacilic car and machine shops are to be built at Atchison, Ktts. East St. Louis is discussing the practicability of organizing a volunteer lire department. . The Hawaiian Queen will be received with proper honors at Washington, on Tuesday. The Rev. T. H. Dabney.of Floris, Iowa, has eloped with Anna Lang, the. 17, year, old sister of his wife. Chemistry shows that man is 90 per cent water, but in Democratic districts science is aWay off. Col. Kersey Coates' will was probated at Independence, Mo., yesterday. The 1 estate is valued at 83,000, 000. •-_•••-,A Knights of Labor committee at Pittsburg have inaugurated a general boycott against goods of P. D. Armour & Co. of Chicago! Four hundred boats" ..engaged in the pearl fisheries in^Australian waters,are reported to have been lost m a recent great hurricane, with 550 lives. '..... - r ,,a- r ' A burglar who attempted to enter the dwelling qf the.; widow,,.Bacher, near Upper Sandusky,'OhiQ;,':Wednes- day night, was fatally shot by her. 15 yeor'old son.' ...'!,,, _ lyew Orleans interests are combining to make a strong..showing before the Inter-StateJCommerce Comr mission in favor of .thorough enforcement of the law. ; \ Because of abandonment^ divorce was granted at New Orleans, Thursday, to Antoinette Vaudry from her husband, Albert Vau<lry, formerly a Catholic priest at Batmi. Rouge, La. The fisheries question will, doubtless, end in adding the state of Nova Scotia to the Union. Dakota will have to find some sort of .an international issue if it proposes to enter in the race at all. , Western Dakota is to have a New England colony, with a town named Neflf England City,' where the streets willjbear the names of, the New England] States and their public men. General Sheridan is'making up a party of friends to take a long horseback ride down through the Shonan- doah Valley, and tlie scenes of his old cavalry exploits. They will start nexlj month. The Michigan House of Representatives, Thurs*day,by unanimous vote expelled Milo ! H. Dakin! the Labor Representative from East Saginaw, he having been convicted of soliciting bribes. '•';" ' Th'e desk in Jay Gould's private ofllce, where he spends some hours oach;day, looks as if it never should have,cost more than $25. , 5 He/pr.o-r bably bought it long ago when lie was poor. • . . : It ,is said, as proved by experiment, that three steady drinkers if they have money will fully support a saloop. The profits in the traffic are easily seen where there are scores of "regulars," instead.of J-hre'es. A stringent saloon keepers' bill was introduced in the Michigan Legis latui'9 yesterday,which will probably become a law. It fixes saloon licenses at $000 a year, without distinction, p and imposes severe penalties. Daring a storm near Macomb, III., Wednesday uight, the lightning struck and Ifilled fourteen head of steers, belonging to C; V. Chandler, The steers were huddled together near a barb wire fencq, which is thought to have been. the conductor,. One can undprstand better .the, meaning of the trial of the Nifu'list prisoners accused of complicity in the late attempt upon the life of the Czar, in the light of yesterday's cablegram^, which announce that the trial begin? to-day, and,that the preparations for the execution of the prisoners |have already been completed t A mob of citizens at Louisville, Ky., Thursday night, attempted to capture tho jail and lynch two ne- groes jWbo aro accused of having assaulted a young woman, but the crowd| was repulsed by the police. Another attempt was anticipated yesterday, but, although there was much excitement, tlioi'o hud at latest advices been no violent demonstrations. ; Petroleum is daily becoming more important among trade commodities. The Standard Oil company has cx- oltod tho envy of tho world. Tho Russians, who have the richest oil fields known, aro rapidly gaining control of the European trade, but Mr. Charles Marvin is impelled to bo- livo that tho. petroleum wells of the newly annexed Burmese territory inay ; enable England to compete 'with the oil of the Caucasus, and he considers this one of the mpst,.important .matters connected witti acquisition. England is also hoping to retrieve her pecuniary losses in Egypt through the Red Sea petroleum wells. Coal oil has a bad odor, but no great nation dares sneeze at it. JLojrlslaturo. SENATE. III., April 29—On the opening of this morning's session Senator Adams called up the bill forbidding the sale of intoxicating liquors in less quantities than five gallons within two miles of the incorporated limits of cities, towns and villages, and it was passed. Senator Crabtree's bills suppressing bucket-shops and gambling in stocks, grain etc., was taken up on third reading and passed. Senator Evans' bill appropriating $215,000 for the ordinary and other expenses of ; the Insane Hospital at Elgin was .passed. !, ' The bill providing for the appointment of seven-persons by the Governor to constitute a. State Board of Health was a third reading^ ;'-.-' The Senate Revenue bill was, on motion, made.a special order ,for Tuesday morning. On motion.of Senator Curtiss, Ap- priation bills on third reading r were made a special order for next Wednesday at 10 o'clock. ,;' ' '•''.'.*,' At li o'clock the Senate adjourned to 8 o'clock Monday evening. UOUSE. •',-...' A noisy session of the IIouso, in which little business was done, was held this morning. Mr. Decker called up, on special, order, his bill requiring application for a change; of venue to be ,made ..within the first three days of trial term in order that change of venue be granted. An amendment was added proriding that the application for change may .be ma^e within three days after the first day,of the* term next after, that upon which the prisoner pleads, and the bill was sent to the third reading. The Senate.,bill for an additional term of the Circuit Court in Christian,county was passed. Mr.Morrissy's bill authorizing towns incorporated by special charter to conyey, lands for school purposes was passed. Mr. Converse's bill providing for the appointment of, an oil, inspector in townships was passed. Mr. McKinlay's bill providing for appeals from interlocutory orders in Chancery was sent to a third reading. Mr. Campbell's bill, reducing the scale of prices,.about one-third for State printing, was sent to a third reading. Mr. Murphy, of Randolph, accomplished a good work to-day in securing the passage of his .bill allowing the establishment of kindergarten schools in cities, villages and school districts, by a vote of the people, By starting the little ones in the right direction, these schools, will dp more,to abate criminals than all the reformatory institutions, that established. It takes the child ,at the right age and directs its mind .in the right direction at,,the, right. time to make good and useful citizens. The measure .will ^unquestionably become a law if any attention is give,n it in the senate. It passed tiiie house without a dissenting vote. ,. : ., , STUAHT'S UAKBOLIO ACID TROCHES certain cure for sore throat,, coughs, colds and hoarseness. Wait one hour, after eating before taking one of the' troches' for dyspepsia. STUAKT'S AUNIOA SALVE, surest cure for cuts and burns. BURKS' LINUIENT cures all pains. Pearly tooth and n swout breath can be bad only Iby using Creaslor's Wild Rose Tooth Powder. CXJ)UU> NOT SPEAK ALOUD. Burks Modioino Co., Ciuincy, 111.:— When in your store I was so hoarse I could !not speak aloud. Tho first dose of your White Pino helped me, and by D'O'olook I was eniirely relieved, Twioo sinco I have Ipst my voice, but tailing the Pine Balsam iv few times has given relief. No thine: ever boDoflttod mo like' this has.—Mrs. (Judge) J. H.Williams, 444 K. Gth., Quinoy, 111. CURE FOtt SICK HKADACHK. Of tho many complaints promptly relieved by Little Apnoot Pills, none ias yielded quicker than ' norvous and slok headache. Nino ousos out of,orory ton of hoadaoho are caused by sluggish and inactive liver. Shot through the throat by Burks' White Pino Balaam and killed a severe cold in throe days. If ypu don't behove t fust try it. Price 60o at druggists, b'or gale in Alton" by K. Marsh. Ayer'H rills are tho bost cathartic for corroding irrogulantlos of the etomnch and bowois. Gentle, yet thorough in .heir action, they euro oonstlpation, stimulate the appetite and digestive organ*,' and' rttrengtlien the system, Uwlw MAY 1, 1887. Ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per yard. Tapestry Brus&ls from 50c to $1 per yan Body Brussels; from 90c o $1,25 per yard. Oil Cloths from 20c to 90b per yard, India Mattings from ISc We have' No OlStdck ! fo) j Ail New and Clean ! d 55cperyard, ,• ••'• • '• ... -VlfTV" :•'* 1C'''- i g- jESMWApi™ Upholstery Goods and Upholstering c_ Agent f or A^nln^s. Cash p;rl<ies I will;" gladly duplicate St. Louis prices; Call FOR THE BE8TJNDOQY "-'•'""""' itf'""- 1 " 1 " THEWORMJ. . -' i .;U ,AGENTS FOR THE '.-.•.'''--.I':-!:m> fl 9(14 •••;' -<w &ussldv IBS ,!•-' ?SW 0-U. • WARRANTED FOE FIVE YEARS- THEOELEBUATED- ''''!• '"" '" ' "•'•'•'-^ Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines ; Moline Flow Go's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE HINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Headquar ters for EUPION and CARMINE OILS:; ENGINE, CYLINDER and ,; SIGNAL OILS; STOCK, WELL and CISTERN PUMPS ;•. fine ;/ ,',.' line of COOKING STOVES; the DANGLER and PERFEC- 'i »•' TION GASOLINE STOVES. See our $10 BUGGY ••» .,<k HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES; •••• <•• $30. We keep the BEST JGASOLINE and BURNING OILS on tap] and' delivered • to any part k of the city. HUM Cor. 3d and State sts., ALTON, Iti, THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS mLEp T |WATCHES c From $18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years, BREEGH ? LOADliVft GUNS, """'"" •*•" 816 to $30. J H ROOTH THE LEADING *J» O. OVJV-/ 1 n, JEWEtER, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily in ___MadiBon_ oqujity • J, SUTTER & SON, D) FINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. •Wit FUHNITUItK BOOMS AUK ON Slate Street, r opp. Third, ALTON, ILL. •psawl? UKMT1HTK1. DK. C. B. KU1£LAJO>, Dentist) - '•<"• IS THIBD STIiKKT, ALTON,'ILL. Omoe Uoiir»-S ft. m. to 12 m.; 1 U)_4 p. m a. A. McMIIXEN, Dentist, OVEK IIIIUKOOICMANN'S QIQAR STOUB 8KOONO SI: . Dlt. B. Pliyslolan and tinrgoon, WflOK A ONOBOOB. FOURTH w. A. M.D., 01TW01B-8KOOND ST., AXTON, Ut. OlUce liours— 9a. m.j 13 to 1, andflp.ui,

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