Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 6, 1887 · Page 1
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VOLUME 26. ALTOK, ILL., FRIDAY EVEKING, MAY 6, 1887. NUMBER 289L DYSPEPSIA. Up toe. tow weeks ago i considered myself ;ho clmtnpion Dyspeptic ol America. During tlio years that fliava been afllicted I have tried almost every tiling olnlmed to bo a specific for Dyspepsia In tho hope of finding something tluit would afford permanent ro- lof. J had about made up myimnd to abandon medicines wlion I noticed an endorsement of Simmons Liver Regulator by a prom • liiont Georgian, a Jurist whom I know, and ^concluded to try Its effects In ray case. I [|j>ave used but two bottles ami am satisfies! mt 1 have struck tho right thing at Hut. I felt Its beneficial o Hoots almost immediately. Jiillko all other preparation of a similar jtlnd no special instructions Is required as to "rtint one shall or shall not eut. Tula foot _Jouo ou«ut to commend It to all troubled fwlth dvsMpala. * J. N. IIOL.UISS. | Vlnoltaul, N. J. K OBSTIPATION. A tegular habit of body can bo secured fwithout changing the diet or disorganizing ftlie system, by taking SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. See that yon get the'gonnlno. pared by Pro- ' j;H ZKILIN& CO.,Phlladolpliia, Fa. i? . —2 invKI inwf wMy MEDAIi, f ABIS, 1878, BAKER'S Warranted alieohttely jnir,* Cocoa, from •which tho excess of Oil has boon removed. It has three limes the etreriylh of Cocoa mixed wftli Btarcli, Arrowroot or Sugar, and IB tberufore far uioru economl- -cal, coating lens than one cent a IV lB,.ut:llelo«H, nourishing, tlionlng, easily digested, and fttdmlrably adapted for invalids OB well ns for peraonn In health. Sold by Orflcora OTcrywhere. BAKER & COi., Dorcliester,. Mass, JOSlSPJtt JAKKBTT'S STABLE i FEONT STREET, BETWEEN , ALBYANDHASTON. • U.UN01 mvldlv ADVANTAGE OF THE BOOM. Sglartlos intending to buy Real Estate In tho city ol Alton or Ylcinity will find it to their interest to call at the office of Ruderahauson & Sonntag and examine their llat of properties for sale as Only a part thereof is adver- tiaed. apSdwtf iGREATESllARGAINSI —AT- • 3. M^Crandall's Crockery Store. Phe Finest and Best Porcelain Gups and Saucers, feOcperset, (Regular Price, 75cts.) Porcelain Plates 60c per set, and Porcelain Pitchers, 15 cts- to 50 cts- each. fPlatters and Vegetable Dishes in proportion. iBest duality Silver Plated 6 Ware and Table Cutlery i At Reduced Prices For a Few Days. my4dwtt W. Jb\ ENSEMGER, Plain and Decorative WORK PROMPTLY ATTKNDED TO AT LOWK8T TERMS. OKOTOB AND BHOt ON BBCOND ST., NEAR' PIASA AXTON. , . . ILE, Patents. To ny persons wishing to obtain letter patent on now inventions, improvements, o designs, I will axeouto drawings and speolfl cations and make applications for 1'utenta All coiisultatlon, In penoa or hy lotto , free UPCAS PFEIfFENBBRGEJl, .Til. TARQID PILES," s/itt RHEUM and all akin dlaensee. A new mettiod of com- pounuioB Tar. A cure HUOTunV»cd, or mouux fe/unilpd. Hold UyTlruBKlSts, end lit tha ofllon of TAK'OID CO.,73 8*«MtPHjt. dllOAOO, I'rlcoi GUDttBEJV GOUPREV,Mliy 4,1887. Since tlio now minister from Chicago has come to Godfrey tho younc; Indies romarlc how much they enjoy' tlio day-timo. meetings. Word, has beeti received by Mrs. 1C. C. Marliri of the death of Mrs, Mary HooroFinch at Pottstown, Pa., April 19th, aged 03 years, 0 months and,'6 days. Mrs. F was one of tlio settlers of Godfrey fifty yours 1 ago, and resided here for some time- and is kindly remembered by many.. She fell peacefully asleep to awake in heaven. She WHS uiother-in-law to Mr. Z. Browu of this place. At the Bible meeting Sabbathj afternoon the following ollicers were elected:• Win. Hancock, Jr., President ; J. B. Turner, Secretary; G. T. Bushnell, Treasurer; local agents are, M. J. Rice, Mrs. Halsny, Mrs. J. L. Long, Bertha Riggs, Mrs. Soloman, Mary. Starr, Emma Inghain and A. Clcmm. Somfe take yearly visits to Mecca but. two. of our young men make fre-' queut visits north to pay their devotions to the Pope. MORK ANON. Absolutely Pure. Thin powder never voile's. A marvel ol purity, strength wuolasomeness. More economical 1 than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in competition with tho multitude ol low test, short weight, nlnm pliosplmto. 1 powders. SOLD ONLY IN CANS. ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., 100 Wall St., N. Y. janSdwly Jfor Sale. Seven lots with good brlok dwelling and outbuildings,in gond repair, In Upper Alton. Residence of O. E. Collins, and known as the Merrill property. WHIPPLB & BU1LKY, Alton, or J). w. Collet, Uppsr Alton. —CALL AT— C-M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOR TIIE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30c per.set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30e per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75c each. Handsome Glass Water Sets 90 cts. Beautiful Decorated English Dm- aer Sets, $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber Sets, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50ner set. Triple Plated Forks. 81.50 per sp.t THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT oC OooUlug Stoves aver brought to Alton BOOK'S lIlULLI' tlio BEST GASOLINE STOVE ! in tho murkot, saves time, labor and money, The lavorita summer stove with al> (house- keopurs. All sizes. Call t\»d oxauilno. I am also prepared to do Itooliug, €riittering,Spoutlugaua all Idnds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGENHARDT, n:w BAST SHOOS o STHKKT, VI1TTII 1»OOU WEST QV 11KNKY. _ _ m>30clwly JOHN BAUER, 1DKALBR IN ANP MANOFAOTURKR Ol 1 FURNITURE. SECOND STREET Oi»i». City Mall, AJOl'ON, All Uliuls ol Una ana common (arnltur ooiMtuntly on Imnd. Abo miderukor, oto. Walker Hale, a 17 years old boy, was killed near Lancaster, Mo., by Gus IIopo, 16 yours old. Five mllliontiires, engaged in 'the oil industry, are on trial at Buffalo as common conspirators. The Chinese portion of the city of Sau Jose, Gal., was destroyed by a conllsgration Wednesday night; loss, $75,000. Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland has become associated in the executive management of a fashionable boarding school in New York City. Cincinnati is boring for natural gas and is going all the way down until she finds it. Chicago should have bored some time ago. Mr. Charles James Faulkner, of Martinsburg, was to-day chosen United States Senator by the Legislature of West Virginia to succeed Mr. Camden. General Belknap is practicing law and living quietly in Washington. He is genial and .generous and hopes yet to be fully vindicated in his conduct of the war oflice. Young Jim Blaine is said to be developing a level head for business in Wall street. If he does not tire of it as soon as he did of journalism he may be a millionaire yet. Mr. W. C. DePauw, a well known millionaire capitalist and manufacturer of Southern Indiana, was stricken with apoplexy in Chicago, and died at the Palmer House yesterday. At the Omaha charter election the fight-was made for law and -order against saloons and gamblers, and the entire Republican ticket, except live out of eighteen Councilmen, was successful. Indiana is getting a boom and no mistake. She seems to have oceans of wealth stored deep in the earth ready for the needs of an enterprising people. It has needed just this to wake Hoosierdom up, and it looks as if it has been done. The vote on the Merritt Conspiracy- bill in the House yesterday is not without interest. Of the Republicans, G2 voted for and only five against it, while 28 Democrats voted in the affirmative and 20 in the negative. Only one Labor man favored the measure; and live opposed it. Malviri Bey, ' the new Turkish minister to the United States, is a very accomplisned man. He speaks six languages including the best English and the French of Paris, where he was educated. He likes; the English so much that, like other Turkish gentlemen, he uses it often in his private correspondence as well as in his conversation. Tuesday's earthquake shock, here-, tofore reported in New Mexico and; Texas, extended from the Pacific coast in Mexico and Southern California eastward to the Rio Grande. In Southern Arizona and in the Mexican State of Sonora the effects were appalling, some buildings being wrecked, one mountain and a lake disappearing, and volcanoes bursting forth in the Whetstone, San Jose and Santa Cntalina mountains. Legislature. , SENA1K. SPHINOFIRLD, 111., May 5.—The only feature of the proceedings in the Senate to-day in connection with the consideration of tho Printing Investigation Committee's report, was the communication from Secretary of State Dement, which was read by the Secretary of the Senate. Mr. Dement stated that the injustice done him by the minority seemed to demand some recognition fur the reason that he was selected from the Board of Commissioners of State Gen- tracts for censure, under which he could not rest quietly. He complained against the injustice of assailing him in connection with the printing ring without any opportunity having been given him to be heard in his own behalf. After denying, iu general terms, the foundation for the imputations of the minority, Mr. Dement proceeded to specifically deny each and every charge, and asked that the statement bo considered in connection with the report. It was placed on file, and tho Souate ordered that tho evidence taken by the committee bo printed. HOUSE. In the House this morning, the sub-committee, appointed to investigate tho charges made by architect Randolph against the Trustees of tho Soldiers' Home at Quiucy, submitted a report completely exonerating tho Trustees, of tho institution from blame. Karlowski introduced a bill to prohibit tho teaching of foreign languages in public schools. Tho following bills were paused: Permitting railroad companies to use a system of interlocking switches and automatic signals at railroad crossings, such device to bo up- proved by tho Board of Railroad and Warehouse CommiBsioncrs. The object of said system is to render it safe for trains to pass over crossings without stopping. Providing for the redemption of real estate, sold under execution or decree, by creditors or assignees, when the person whose property was sold does not redeem, the same within the time prescribed by law. Appropriating $500 to meet the deficiency in the Department of Public Instruction. An Act to consolidate the county school fund and make it a part thereof. An act providing for Canvassing Boards in* the election of School Trustees: authorizing the appointment of Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents of parks, with police powers. The bill exempting honorably discharged soldiers over 40 years of age from the payment of poll-tax failed to pass. SENATE. The hour having arrived in the Senate for the special order for the consideration of the motion—to reconsider the vote — whereby the quadruple location of the State Fair bill, was ordered to third reading. Senator Shutt moved that the bill be recommitted to the Committee on Agriculture. Senator Bell moved to amend by referring it to the Cemmit- tee on Labor and Manufactures. The amendment was lost by 21 to 28. The bill was then referred to the Committee by a vote of 28 to 20. Senator Shutt then moved to reconsider the last vote. The motion ivas tabled by a vote of 20 to 19, which prevents a reconsideration to-morrow. The consideration of the majority and minority reports of the Printing Investigation Committee came up in special order. On motion of Senator Johnson 500 copias of the evidence in the case were ordered printed and the whole matter was postponed for one week. The bill changing the time of making reports of State charitable insti tutions was passed. It changes the time of making reports to the first day of September and the 30th of June. The bill regulating the salaries of county officers was passed. The bill to secure just compensation to miners was advanced to a third reading. House bill No. 94, regulating the liabilities of lire insurance companies, on second reading was advanced. Soon Hare Died. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111: GENTS—I want to tell you what your White Pine BaUam has done for me, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while iu Leadville, about Aug. 19. I had doctored 'constantly. 1 was so Ibad 1 could not lie down at night. I would just as soon have died as to live in that condition. I took one bottle of your Balsam and am entirely cured. Have not even coughed for four days. Yours truly, MHS. S. J. BARRACK. LITTLE APRICOTS. There is nothing so positive in its action m treatment of deranged liver, biliousness, heartburn, nervous and sick headache, as Little Apricot Pills, easy to take as sugar, so small, so pleasant. Try them. It is no wonder that people complain of hard times when they pay a doctor bill every few months, amounting to several dollars, instead of keeping on handsome reliable medicine like Burks 1 White Pino Balsam |tlmt would cost them but 50c, and perhaps euro three or four colds. Hold by IS. Marsh. BUKKS'-WHITJSPHvB.BALSAM. It will be found equally efficacious in colds and coughs of long standing, relieving tho distress and restoring the throat to its normal state. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton, 111. rayldwlm Changed His mind. "Dot Abrain Lovi ho opens a store next to mine. It wash mean in him," "But didn't you say last summer, Mr. Dopponliolmer, that competition ia the lifo of trade?" "Yea; bull wasn't in no boosnoss last suninier.'VBaryMir's Banty. •'Outing" Growing Popular. To talco an "outing" is English, you know, and tho thing is growing popular over hero. Small parties now go for a tramp of a Sunday, or go boating, or bicycling, or fishing as regularly ns if it wore part of tho weekly life. So it is a purl and a gdod part. It ought to bo encouraged. Whenever over come by famtness or dizziness in your trips take a few of Brondroth's Pills. They keep tho blood m good ordnr, the head clear and steady, and the nerves under mental control. Ayer's fills aru thu bost cathartic for corroding irregularities of tho stomach and bowels, Gontlo, yet thorough in their action, they euro constipation, stimulate ttio appetite and digestive organs, and strengthen tlio system, dwlw Now wtu-n tho bmU to ».}iuw, 'Tl« (lino for young ami cM ti> kumv Thai J-Vt'i-ro,/^n.dtiiJounil nil Tho Ills (it ImUt/citloia onll, \fllti ovory trvutilo, iwlia _ or pain, That follows in tlic OUtotH Will Realtor llko tin?thlovoB of nlabt Dyforo a Urminht of Hultwr lirlufii, MAY 1, 1887. ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per yard. Tapestry Brussels from 50c to$l per yard. Body Brussels from 90c to $1,25 per yard, Oil Cloths from 20c to 90c per yard. India Mattings from I5c to 55c per yard, We have No Old Stock!! No Job Lots.!; All New and Clean! Upholstery Goods and Upholstering done. Agent for Awnings; Cash prices I will gladly duplicate St. Louis prices. Call at A. NEERMA-NIfS. ; FOK THE BEST IN THE WORM). AGENTS FOR THE Buggy Go's to Bon WAEEANTED TOE FIVE THE CELEBRATED Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Go's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE HINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Hoadquar ters for EUPION and OARMINK OILS; ENGINE, CYLINDER and SIGNAL OILS: STOCK, WELL and CISTERN PUMPS; fine line of COOIONG STOVES; the DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVES. See our $10 BUGGY HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, §30. Wo keep tho-BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS on- tap and delivered to any parti, of the city. ILK. Cor. 3d and State sts., - ALTON, ILL. THE BEST ON EARTH! BOSS FILLED WATCHES, FromJM.8- to $50. Warrantea 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30, I H ROOTH THE J. n. 0-UU 1 O, JEWELER, mylgdwly SUBSCRIBE FOR THE By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily ia Madison county J. SUITER & SON, 3BAUMB8 IN PINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Fulf and Complete Stock Always on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. OUR FURNITUKBl KOOUB ARK ON State Street, p opp, Third, ALTON, ILi,, •pSUwlV DIt. O. JU. KUHLAND, Dentist* 13 THIRD BTKBKT, 41-TON, ILL. Crfloe Hoar* -8 a. m. to U m.; 1 to 4 p. m fabdyly G. A- MoMLLLEN, DontlBt, OVKli imUBOOBM ANN'S OIOAR STOUK 8KOOND ST. 1et3 dtf PBY8IOIAM8 AND DU. B. GUKJLdCtt, Physician aud burgeon, W. A. HAHItHL,!,, M.D., PliyBlolau aud Surgeou, OmO*-SlCOOND ST., ALTON, ILL. Oilloe hoars— »». ui.i is to 1, and 4 p.ro,

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