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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                RighMt of nil fa Leavening Govt Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE KEEFFE ABOHTTEOT 870 Plasft or buildings drawn yjobbinWoik Promptly attended KFERS ALTON DAILY M iMOid elMl atMfr CURB fifek HMdufce sad sll the broobies liufr JUat U billons state of the soon M DlitMM after Pain in the While tortfttost SICK ChrterVi Little Utev eawllr earing and fit while theTaljo liver sod legutote the JETeaiftberoolf HEAD complaint tratfcrtu t complaint tratfcrtu jr tkelrgoodneM dam notend thOM whoonoetry them will and these little pUls vain in n May that they will not be wlt Uag todo without after ACHE frstbe tans ot so many lives that here Is whert ojuputeeiettsrhHs do iJWtettrliiBJe Liver Pllli are TOT small and One or two irflU make a OSfar SMStrleUr vegatkble ana do not gripe or bat by their gentlo notion who 8oU by droggUto or Met by malL CARTER MEDICINS New SMALL SMALL PRICE An Interview with the Famous African THE 8TANLEYBARTTELOT Du Clmlllu Says the Insinuations Agalnit Unrttelot Made by Explorer BtnnUy Wore Alio Aoonies Stanley of Jealous of Bonny anil of Withholding Prnlse Due to Du NEW Du the famous African who since his arrival in America three weeks ago has passed a delightful time at the home of George Chllds In Phil came to this city Monday to lecture on The Ancient Homes of the English Rnce before the American Geo graphical society in Ohlckeriag hall Monday In an interview on the BtnnleyBarttelot he saldi I saw all of Stanleys In London after their return from and I know from many of their utter ances there was bad blood between the leader and bin It came out In many but of course none of the men spoke This feeling was first miulo public when Stanley wanted to In fluence the English Geographical society to prevent their giving a medal to Stanley and tfce WMtera Onion Operators Paul Qalt the ex ception of three operators and as many sub chiefs the entire night force em ployed here by the Western Union walked out at 8 oclock Monday Tills Is the first move on the part oi members of the Brotherhood of Teleg raphers to get even with tho Western Union for the alleged at tempt to disrupt that Monday Afternoon a committee of the Paul branch of the brotherhood consist Ing of the six officers of the local branch of orgAiitftatlon who were discharged by the Western Union last Saturday went to Minneapolis to confer with Superin tendent McMlchael regarding the posi tion the company U taking in the prem Pat on Their Coats anil Superintendent MoMiohael positively refused to receive the men as representa tives of the but was willing to accord them an interview as individ The position taken by the superin tendent gave the operators all the infor mation they sought and they Monday night word was passed around among the night men that they would be expected to quit work ot S oclock The clock in the operatingroom was three minutes fast and as soon as It marked 8 the men put on their coats and lied The walkout wai so unexpected that it dazed the night chief and his two Mo Operators In Fiftyodd messages from as many points In the chiefly specials City and Chicago lay on the long desks while as many operators at the other ends of the wires were frantically inquiring the reason for such a sudden cessation of There were no operators In sight or likely to be found by the dozens of messengers dispatched for members of the lay Manager Hughes and Chief Operatot Kelly were sent Meanwhile the night his two assistants and three operators who were called In from news paper offices attempted to unravel the snarl and handle the business that kept piling np before The Jtob Chanced Its mob was or ganized to lynch Tony the mur derer of Robert at daybreak Mon Klrby Is incarcerated In the city Tht police learned ot the premeditated In time to be prepared for the an 1 the result WHS an abandonment of the Honans openly threat en to kill Klrby at the first Kirby iitul Itotmu recently bait a duel in a Kambllng Kirby dodged behind a desk In the office and killed Wiped Oat by a town with a population of about located on the Oil City branch of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern rail was wiped out by fire About twenty Including the town hall and postoffioe were Temporary relief has been given the In Loss pretty well cov ered by Jumped Off Bridge While Henry a wellknown resident of this while temporarily deranged by jumped from a bridge Into the University ravine Monday and was instantly Frantz was a veteran of tho civil He leaves a wife and Is the most undent and most general of all Scarcely a family Is entirely free from while thousands everywhere are its enflerhiK Hoods Sarsaparllls baa bad remarkable success In curing every form of The most severe and painful running the neck or humor In the eitulng partial or total yield to the powerful effects of this It thoroughly re motes every trace of Impurity from the tlood and builds up the weakened My little daughters life was M we by Hoods Before the was six mouths old she had 1 running scrofula One physician advlnod the amputation of one of her to which we refuted When we began giving her Hoods a marked Improve ment was noticed and by a continued usiof it her recovery And she Is being sevsn years strong and Lincoln Be sure to get THE the BimXBeirATJBXN lea Estate FOB The double two story brick store building and brick dwelling at the owned by HodwlgDcapko and situated at oast Second S A Ant residence lot IfixlK on Fifth street twtweea Kldge and A one story brick dwelling house of seven rooms with KB acre of situated in Tie Waples homestead a contra and beautiful located with H rooms large opposite Seminary An extra flae building lot of 7th and Laagdon a safe and profitable Investment A 1story brick store building on 8d leased br I years to good tenant for f 700 per The new 1story brick building of B 2d and Vine Wesley Waggoner farm of 69 acres M the Brighton near Lets t and block corner of 6th ana Cherry with brick dwelling house barn M in Hunters North Liberty addition brisk dwelling house on Lot bleck with frame dwelling I tk and Fawn of K near Upper A Farm containing so near New Tenement Houses with I lots on Bins AFlBeFarmot JOP acres near MiplB FOB IALB OK rA two story brick and frame residence ll rooms and large grounds with Irmlt trees and Two blocks from Street cars IB Upper gjSTEAM SHIP TICKETS TO AMD JTHOM JtCBOPJC ON ALL PRINCIPAL Mr particulars apply to Beat and Loan Office Third Alton Savings controversy would bring oiit more unpleasant facts than people Nearly all of Stanleys aids will write for publication when their agreement not to publish anything until six months after his book appears is at an Are they capable of writing They cnn certainly lie iind someone else CUM do the Whatever Bonny writes will carry most as he Is the only white man that knows all about the last days of Unrttelot itai I he horrors of thp His story will create a worldwide The published statement that Durttelot was Khot by a Jealous of tho white NIHIIH attention to the bluokn is The blacks do not shoot for their On the they will give Uioin to you with open black would think of killlug a white man for such a trifling offense In Bonny will tell a different sory from the above whin he decides to speak on the subject and then readers for tlio first time will gut the Stanley Fulled to Credit HI Dn in referring Stanleys said It could not have neeu Hiblished at a more fortunate time for tlio Ilia glory in fronh and the eye of the world are upon Do you sulil with u twin kle in hla that In his last book Stan ley never gave me for my discovery of the dwarfs lu tlio Congo region and my insertion that In tho depths it the unex plored forest tlio little men and women would be found in great In an interview Herbert Ward says that In his lu Darkest Africa Stanley takes too hnrah a view of the rear that Buffered so much while doing their is not difficult to observe that Word is much shocked at the manner of Stanleys attack on In referring to tf lots mode of death be calls it niui speaking of the relief of Euiln said When Em In wati taken The Loots the Western Union telegraph office Tuesday it was rumored BenWould dismissed from the mpanys but up to a late hour In the afternoon no more men had been The local officers of the com pany deny that the men Were dismissed on account of their connection with the and say they were relieved because their service was unsatisfactory to the Hast Leave the FOHT of the Western Union telegraph office in this received orders Monday from Division Superintendent ot to discharge all operators who are members the Brotherhood of Tel There are only three brother hood operators in the Western of loo and they were advised by the leaders of the brotherhood to withdraw from the order to retain their SHE LOVES HER A Coming Wedding of Unusual Interest In New Dickinson In a charming little suburb of Bingham ton and is noted for Its many charming young Prominent among them are the three daughters of and Norman One of Miss Lizzie has fallen a victim to the wiles of Unknown to the family there sprang up an attachment between tho young lady and her fathers coach William that was soon funned Into a flame ot Finding tout all efforts to change her mind were the mother was won Not to with the father and Phelps and Miss Emma have gone to New York to avoid being present at the is to occur in a few Misa Phelps is a social belle and one of the wealthiest youpg ladies in the She is a niece of the late Judge Phelps and has a cool lu cash that was left to her by her deceased Quotation on the board of trade today were as 2 opened closed opened donetl oponu I closed i opened and closed opened 51fo closed 62ic opened cloned H opened and closed opened closed 44o opened closed opened closed opened closed opened closed opened closed Live stock yards prices Hogs opened slew and priced not quotably lower packers buying sparingly lUht rough 0 heavy packing and shipping troduce 23o per n fine gathered finest loss 18o per Live hens and spring per B to per W2tfUoi per green per New Nnvr 2 red winter do do tlOOMi do 2 mixed 684q cash do do fWJic do but steady 8 mixed do do De PorkDull LardNomi nally WheatHigher 08c BOMo De Vic Qulot LardSteady WhiskySteady WheatQuiet and firm bid 64c Oats Dull 45J4o Clover seed Firm Febru 3 sprihg on 1 CornSteady 8 on 2 white on Hoods Sarsaparilla by HOOD A If IOO Doses Dollar Bold by fnftnA unit bjr HOOD ft IOO Doses One Dollar THE NEWS IN KLMK DXALBB IK ReadyMade Metalio And Burial For Gntiemen and Office and Shop on State street Will attend to Wort aad BewUriwj Eagle Packet CoSpring Arrangement TUB ETKAMBB SPREAD EAGLE Koss On and after March the steamer Spread Eagle will run as LEAVING ALTON ForStiLouli For Grafton at 7 at 8 LEAVING LOUIS For Alton at 3 Ilnllutl as tlio King of Count of Paris mill purty arrived bere Monday from Three H which U tho hot bed of Canadian conservatism and ultrainoutan and where they were objects of a royal The students of the Homim Catholic college balled the count as king of and Inscriptions of welcome everywhere read Vive le More they were met on arrival by the mayor and city and pre auntod with an nddroas of after wiird visitIIIK the monuments to Wolfe itnd Dufferiu Terrace and other historic Monday night they wore entertained ut dinner by the lieutenant and Tuesday they were dined ly the citizens of Wnrnt Kind of Hog was rucolvud Mouday night from Browns a place sixty miles up tlio Moiiongaliola that 400 heads of fat hogs being fattened at Hamburgs had died aad were burled In a EMward stato vet erinary of this was called and after a careful Investigation pro nounced the dUeone hog cholera of the very worst Meanwhile the rest of tin Homo hnd been driven through the streets o Browimvllle and shipped mainly to It Is said many of the hogs dropped dead on the Btroeta but were picked up and Hulppod with tho of Stephen Huberts died at his residence here at n late hour Monday aged about 13 Ho served In the Indian and Mexican and during tho lite rebellion was lu command of the One Hundred and Sixtyninth New York vol unteers nnd afterward commanded a Ho was a perHoiml friend of Grant ami Itobeita wiu appointed pom mag tor of Brooklyn by Prosldeiu Pulpit and the Pastor United Brethern Blue Mound says I feel It my duty to tell what wonders Kings New Discovery has for My lungs were badly and my parieihineri thought I could live only a few weeks took five bottles of Kings New Discovery and I am sound and well gaining36 Ibs in Arthur Manager Loves Fan ny Folks writes Af ter a thorough trial and convincing I am confident Kings New Discovery for beats em and cures when every thing else The greatest kind ness I can do to my many thousand friends is to urge them to try Free trial bottles at Marshs Drug Regular sizes 50o and The transition from long lingering and painful sickest to robust health marks an epoch in the life of the in Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the agency whereby the good health has been attained is gratefully blesse Hence it is that so much is heard 1 praise of Electric So many feel they owe their restoration to to the use of the Great Altera tive and If you are troubled with any disease of Liver or of long or short standiag you will surely find relief by use o Electric Sold atoOo and f per at Marshs Drug Indium Off Their WASHINGTON presi dent received Governor Coopers tele gram announcing the absence of the Uintnh and Uncompabgre Indians from their reservations in and the telegram was Immediately referred to the Indian commissioner for Acting commissioner Belt had several confer ences on the subject with Secretary No Belt thinks the some what exaggerated as at tbls season of the year these Indians usually leave their reservation In large WUitle will be sonnded 1ft before starting for AM uveraosn ot Justus one of the best known phyil clans of this died late on Saturday n chloroform ivhloK thu doctor hod been lu tho habit of taking to relieve H w ITo flerroni Debilitated If you send us your address we will mal you our illustrated pamphlet ex plaining all about Dyes Oelebra led BftotoroVoltaic Belt and Ap and their charming effect upon the debilitated and how they will restore yon to vigor and Pamphlet If you are thus we will Mad you a Belt anfl Appliances on trial jJnckleni Arnica best salve In the world for Sal Fever Chap ped and all Skin and positively euros 01 no pay It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money Price cento per For sale at Marshs Drug AVu and Upper feb 7 dwJy Widely and Well It Is surprising to note the favora ble opinions we here expressed dally in regard to the unusual power which Kemps Balaam possesses curing coughs and Auy of our people seem to think it a marvel of a CUM for infiueoM and all throat and lun g and keep it always at hand in the AU our dealers tell Large bottles and WJwa Mgr her DMWM crtod fer Grippe Again In New NEW cases of grippe occurring in this and there is some fear on the part of the au thorities that it may become epidemic again with the chill winds of The health department reports a number of cuscs contracted last winter from whiph the patients have not Phyei confess that the more they study the malady the more they are puzzled by It The Howard He In the au perior court Monday William Murdock of pleaded guilty to plaolug a rail on the Boston and Maine track at He did it in the hope of obtaining a re and immediately afterward notified the railroad He was senten0e4 to ulue yeurs in the state j Au Angry father in a young attorney of lately of Fort eloped Saturday night with ft young daughter of of that tJkinuer la alleged to have a wife living near Fort and ofDceroand an angry father an la pursuit at the Thousands In a recant work on Heart Franklin noted special many new and startling Thousands of people are slowly their by the use of to baooo and These are Heart causing it to beat thus gradually wearing it pro ducing shortness of breath when ex pains in side and hunger and Finally swelling of the ankles and sudden For weakened and irritated hearts the press everywere highly recommend the New Heart Cure dis covered by Franklin whjob is for sale at Marshs Drug Qoie or It is to be hoped that the barbarous bustle has gone for but it is oer bain the great discovery of Frank lin Mitarnas come to stay and allevi ate human This wonderful nerve food and medicine builds up wornout cures nervous dizzi monthly sexual John Jane mother of Mark Twain Samuel died Mon day morning at aged William of Salt drank carbolla acid by mistake and died from its Louis whobad been In sane and discharged as waylaid and killed a neighbor at Prairie da He then shot bis brother and was aiming at his father when the latter split his skull witb a grubbing It was stated at Mon day that the unsecured creditors of Peters and the Peters Salt and Lumber company will not receive 26 cents on the leader of a band of horse and cattle thieves in Indian territory and against whom there ara 100 Indictments in was captured in the Comanoha country by officers after both his arms hud been broken by a rifle The sixtb worlds was played Moa diiy at and resulted Louis villa Brooklyn 8 Result thus far Games Louisville 2 tie Emmet aged 11 was in stantly killed at Sioux Mon He was watching some men move a house when a crowbar flew out of posi striking tho boy on the back of the heal nnd breaking iiia Monday the Illinois Steel ot paid to emp oyes as the seoi ond quarterly dividend under the sharing scheme recently i The visible supply of grain In reported as follows bUBhelo i at New Murut Hal stead confirmed the report that he about to sell part of his stock in The Cin cinnati Commercial but added that he will still remain a large stock holder in that i The First National of was on Mouday authorized to begin busi ness on a capital of Fire started by a spark from a loco motive destroyed the postoffice and other property at causing a loss of While hunting at Samuel a wellknown youag man of that carelessly leaned on his causing the trigger to and sending the charge through his left band into hii He died in a few Samuel son of Professor died in from a peculiar About four years while In Col he was treated for ague by a quack doctor Who experi mented on him with a new arsenic treat Ho was given HO much of this that it finally killed A lUimrt NEW Gtneral Preston has denied the report that the Romuu Catholic hierarchy iu America has been instructed by Cnrdlutil Sltueoni to give no countonauce to the appeals of Dil lon and OBrien on their forthcoming visit to the United tjoolnl bteamlul ut social olrolea wure serloUHlj disturbed Monday by a eetisntionfil scand a prominent ratlroal sued Willis French for QUO for tho alleged seduction of his French is a wealthy real estate mini of thin Dann alleges that French has his and wants heavy compensation for the shock it gave All parties are finpposert Luke FRANKFOKTj small supposed to ho the Jane Ander was righted by the lifosaviue station flying signals ot distress Imme diately a tug was notified and started to her but could find nothing of and it Is feared that she sunk with all on Jfire at portion of the big malt house of the George Wledemann Brewing company in Newport was de stroyed hy flre Monday together with several thousand bushels of entailing a loss of about Insur ance not Ail leading varieties and specittlt Address NVK8B1 SALESMEN aryor line of Fruits and n Eposs Cocoa By a thorough knowledge of the natura laws which govern the operations of dives tlon and ana by a cartful applica tion of the One properties of well selected Bppsnns provided our breaKfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors It is by the judicious use of such ar tlcloB of diet that a constitution may gradually built up until strong enough to n slst every tendency to Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there Is a weak we may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified wlih pure blood and e properly nourished Civil Service Made simply wtu boiling water or Sold only in half pound by labelled JAUBS EPF8 A Ohemlits ACTIVE HO1OC8T MAN Balary Jioo monthly If with opportunities for to represent locally a responsible New York Her CHILDH mm When an infant my body broke out allover with an eruption or which became more aggravated as I grew Every noted physician in our section was tried or consult When I came of age I visited Hot and was treated by the best medical but was trot When all thiiigs had failed I determined to try and in four months was entirely The terrible Eczema was all not a sign left my general fcealth built and I have never had any return of the Pa Treatise oh Blood and Skin Diseases mallrf SWIFT SPECIFIC THIRD Office to It 1 to 4 n To any persons wishing to ontain letter patent en new improvements or I will execute drawings and seeds cations and make applications for Patents AU in person or by free Lucas PHT8IOIAS8 ABD Price 85 LAXADOR Cunillotr CntlmntU Blum DF BULLS Physician and OmO AND FOOBTB Successor to Whipple LOAN BEPRE8ENTING THE FOLLOWING FirstClass of North America of Philadelphia German American North British and London London Continental Girard Glens American Central i Firemens Western Assurance Office Over Alton Bank THIBD AND STATB and FOB A two story frame dwelling with on Itate near the FOB with rooms en Easton near nonrs it to II to I SYRUP CURES COUGHS FDR J SALVATION OIL Will nlltvt Wound Lucas Pfeiffenberger GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT MECHANICAL Office on Third one doorvoa of Third At all CO At n AJtonpr Upper Al FOE A brick awelllng with 8 rooms with stable ana an aoit of land within walk of the Motor will be sou for A brick Iblottf from motor line FOB A rery desirable resluence in Upper Alton and ciuriage rrnU of 8hade and ornamental Will sell very FOB The Uumberts place in Upper Possession dren at SUTTEK DffiALKKS IN FINE AND COMMON and Complete Stock on Always Matf wS oVWSoK SPRINGFIELD SOFT COAL CONSTANTLY ON splOdJm of and of gained 10 pouuds a month while Uklng Inely illustrated treatise on nerv ous Disease and sample bottle of the ttestorattve free at wjao guarantee It ana liter An important They act n the stomach and j trough the A new 1 They cure bad torpid piles and const Splendid lor fiOtoaes f or 85 Samples free and Upper PIANOS AND Do not Fail to GIVE ua A CALL Be fore OUB FUBNIT0RK ROOMS ABB Of State ouposite m Two desirable lots corner of Fourth and George FOR The nne resldonoeof Albert Wade on Belle with 10 rooms and flnlshea bath and wash Good Gas and Stable and h5uYe Lot Mfeet A new frame FOB dweller with I and wood Lot FOH we and wll i on hand ft line or riU8TOLA88 INBTttUUKNTS uud Music 30 Kavt Secvml ELYS jream Bal Oleauiei the Kual FOU ene and a half For Sale or Rent Other Property the Bestorei tits Sanie of Tutfl and TBT THE CflOTBE A JOHN P1AL1BIX SECOND City   

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