Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1887 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 20, 1887
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DULY B* tr. T. jtowros, Cor. Third _, ,,. WEDN8DAY EVE., APKIL Tni "tauewuiap" 'organs in New York are at variance as regards the propriety of President Cleveland's nomination lor re-election. The Daily Tme» espouses his oftuie zealously, but the Pott expresses serious mis* Bras* BanOPatriotlsnt. At one time I was a member of one of the military bands in the old army. It so happened that the regiment to which our band was attached was sent to Fort PulasTti. We were on olio of the gunboats manoeuvring in that region, and on one occasion in passing up the river, which had several outlet An Eastern Rumor. lucre i* a rumor of on oath bound band of Anarchists in Chicago, who propose to avenge in blood the banging of their condemned associates. If tuis rumor Is true it.tnuV necessitate more till peace shall prevail. IT appear^ probable, says Vfck'a ;V«* aazine. that tho days of patent fruit jars are nnded, sinco the testimony is „,,,,..„,.,. ....... - ............ . channels of mouths, the boat ran up the j .,„ satisfactory in favor ot tying cotton givlBgs. SOLDIERS' REUNION, At tho last reunion of the Central Illinois Soldiers' Association held at Beardstown It was voted to hold tho next reunion at Alton on the 4th and 6t!i of July next. The association In- eludes 22 counties nnd at tho Ueards- town reunion some 20.000 persons wore present. The President of the Association is Maj.Frank Moore. Tho entertainment of the vast crowd that is expected is rather more than the local post of tho G, A..R. c»n attend to unaided and they wish to enlist the interest of every public spirited citizen of Alton in the enterprise. They estimate that tho necessary expense will be about $2.000. Mall Mooro, the President of the Association, requests that all citizens of Alton, interested in holding the reunion here, meet at the Council Chamber next FrWay^evemnj; to devise ways and means for entertaining the Association. This reunion will brlns to Alton a greater crowd than has been seen here for many years. Every business man Is Interested m this matter. A crowd of* 20,000 here, next 4th and 6th of July, will be a great help to the retail trade. PKBSONAL. Mr. Willie Holdon, who has been rmite sick for some time, has been improving for a few days. Miss Laura B. Bates, of Elsab, is making her Stlllwell. home with Mrs. L. M. has Miss JUKK1AWE LICENSES. Deputy Clerk Rudershansen issued a marriage license to: Mr. Augustus Ii. Abbott and Annetta Blair j Mr. Joseph Bedford and Miss Sarilda Moyer, all of Alton. KOIU'll ALTON. Messrs. John H. Koohno, John M. Tonsor and Chas. Clifford wore yesterday eleo^d Trustees, of North Alton. E1W AKIIS V1LLE. Mr. Chas. Boeschenstem, of the Intel' liqeneer, was yesterday elected Mayor of Edwardsville. THE dispatch in St. Louis~o7oJe"- Democrat this morning, m regard to the Alton election, was sent by the Democratic correspondent of that paper In this city. ________ Ualitornia Excursions. Excursion tickets on sale at C. & A. ticket office, April 19th and May 8d and 17th at lowest rates. Good for return six months. Also to Portland,Ore. and etui n every day. 18 3 w2t BKU8I1Y GROVE. Uiiusnv GROVE, April II, '87. High wind oloudliiK tho air with sand and dry louvoi, warm sunshine parching the gar den badi, have tilled the last fow days with unpleasantness, but at last tho much needed rain h»s oomo and over} thing looks refreshed »nd boaulllul. Wtr. Ueulau Owou and wife, of Bond county are visiting relatives her*. The Literary and Social circle held their regular meeting at the homo ot Mr. Fr«d_ Ponniug. This mooting created considerable enthusiasm, being considered tho host yet held. TU» next meeting -will bo hold April 28th. Boaloty will adjourn (or tho summer about the second week ot May. Tho services at St. John's church woro lomowhat Interrupted on Sabbath morning, services being luspoudod on account of tao funeral ol Mrs. M. >. Montgomery, and tho rain preventing the baptismal services In the afternoon. At ten o'clock Sabbath morning man; rola- tlvo», friends and neighbor* assembled at tho home o( Mrs M. K, llontgomory to pay their lut tribute of love and roupuot. Tho lerviooi ,woro solemn, Impressive and bouu- tUul. On the oagltot rested a pillow and cress of, snowy nowera, bearing amid heir purity, the- uwoot words "Motlw er," "Hest." HOT, Frnoxo, oj Uethnlto O, 1'. church, conducted tho services, nolooUng aa a text I'hllllplima lit chapter, 21st verse, The choir sang In Btibduod tones. »wo«tsoiim of hoavou and Joy upon the "Silvery Strand," comforting tho sorrowing hearts. Though a cold rain poured down a yroceuulou ol some thirty carriage* followed to tbo grave. To the memory ol this noble Christian lady we too would offer our mood ol praise. As the flowers abe loved ao dearly bloomed and brinhteood her home, shedding their fru- granoo around her, *o her kind word) nnd loving »mlloi brought oheor and ootnfort to many * aad heart. We shall tnlis liar, but wo . . know our IOM will ba her galu. 80 Excitement In Texas, Groat oxoltouiont has been caused m tho vicinity of Pans, Tex. by tho remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley. who was so helpless ho could not turn in bod, or raise his head; everybody »aid ho was dylug of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. Kiug's Now Disoov- cry was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a largo bottle and a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the tirau be had taken two boxes of Pills and two • bottles of tbo Discovery, ho was well mid had gamed In flesh thirty-six poundi. Trial Bottles of this Groat Discovery tor Consumption frco at E. Marsh's. Large Bottles $1. Ap 1 d wltu wrong channel, one so narrow that it did not permit a turn of the bout ex. ccpt under tho fcry guns of the robcls. Tho officer in command soon discovered the mistake, but the question wa? how ho was to get out of the scrape. Some distance to th« front the channel widened, so that thuro would bo no difficulty in turning the boat for a retreat if the rebel guns which command- I'd that part of the channel would kocp quiet. The officer called the band together, and instructed them to play ••Dixie." We did it, and did our host, nnd that Federal gunboat swung round into the wide part of the channel, tho band playing the favorite Confederate tune, and the rebels cheering us instead of tiring at us. A.s soon us the turn was made and the boat was out ol tho immediate-range of the heavy guns, wo changed instantly to "The Star Spangled Wanner," ami then it was bang ami crash and roar, the very men who had been cheering us not two minutes before sending bullets after us. "That reminds me," said an old In- dianian, "of the Fourth of July, 1864, at Kenesaw Mountain, or at least in the Kencsaw campaign. Tho two armies were BO close to each other at that time that one could hear Iho bands ol the other almost ns plainly as their own. In the •morning, of course, the bands in the Union army celebrated the day by playing tho national airs, w"hile at the same time the bands in tho Confederate army played 'Dixie,' •Bonnie Blue Flag,' and other airs then in favor with the rebels. After there had been a spirited contest as to which side could make the most noise, there •was an interval 'of silence, and very much to the surprise of the Union troops, one of tho bands in the rebel camp played 'Hail Columbia.' "Not to bo outdone in the matter of courtesy, one of the Union, bands played 'Dixie,' so for a time 'there Avas an interchange of compliment, tho Union bands playing Confederate airs and the Confederate bands playing national airs. This provoked considerable enthusiasm and a groat deal of good feeling on both sides. While the tWQ armies were In camp at Chattanooga, I spent a good many nights on the out- pbsts, and I never had so keen ,nn appreciation of music as on tiie beautiful moonlight nights when scores of band? in tlm rival camps would play for the half hour preceding taps. On one side was n canvas city of 50,000 stalwart men in blue. Over. on Mississippi Ridge and a little beyond wore as many men in gray. There were probably twenty or thirty exuell«nt bands in each army, and when they all played, national airs on ouo side, Confederate airs on the other. "I remember one night after most ol tho bands had retired from the contest three or four of the best in each army played for au hour or more us il in rivalry. In the Union camp, after tho band .had rendered 'Hail Columbia' there would bo cheer on cheer from 10,000 throats. At the same time tho strains of 'Bonnie Blue Flag' would come from the. othor side, to be followed by cheer on cheer from as many men. At last the band of the Union side struck up 'Thu Girl That I Left Behind mo, 1 and fora minute there was silence over iu the other camp; then the rebel band caught up the saim 1 strain and they played, it together to the end. Then, as if by common impulse, came cheer on cheer from both camps, ami tho pickets, throwing caution to tho winds, cheered together.' 1 batting over the mouth of the Jar containing the fruit. The fruit w cooked, or rather brought to the boiling point, and then poured hot into the jars.which are at once covered with white paper, and over that a layer of cotton bn'.tlnpt just as it comes off tho roll, and tied down securely willi cotton twine. Th o philosophy of it Is that the cotton prevents thct entrance of bacteria, which tiro the cause of all ferments. A Boston girl who discovered th I exorcise in the gymnasium caused Iu r hand to require a glove one size larger was never seen in the gymnasium again. S. B. Klkins now claims West Virginia as his pluce of residence, and if the State should bo carried by tbo Republicans it is thought Klkins would be its United States Senator. When there are any plums of that kind to be gathered Mr. Klkins will at least have a hand in shaking them down. DEACON WHITE, of Brooklyn, is to purchase Mr. Ueecher's Peekskill farm for $100,000 nnd present it to his son When the latter marries Colonel Beech* er's daughter. tfSE -r We do not manufacture Lard, Dandles, Butterlne, or any kindred truck; we do not first squeeze tho fat and oil out of our stock, and thon convert the refuse Into a worthless soap. We are not near stock yards or slaughter houses, buy no diseased or dead animals or refuse material. 3H.VEII SOAP Is made of PURE TAI- LOW, by a clean process, and can bo used f roely without danger of having Lhc skin diseased or poisoned. ASK YOCB GROCER FOR IT. JFJMFIBE SOAP CO.- ST. LOUa-5. WIQ- JUSKFH tlA.KK.KTT'8 LTVERY STABLE FEONT STREET, BETWEEN ALBY AND KASTON, 1IXINO! •mvlrtlv Patents. To uy persons "wlsWng to obtain lettoi nstont on new Inventions, improvements o designs, I will execute drawings and spoclfl jatlons and make applications for Patouts \ll consultation, In person or by lotte , ri-et Lt'CAS PEEIPPENBERGEB. HI. Some of tho iiigunious correspon- doiits iiro taking advnntnge of tho douth of Mr. Buochor to locate tho roBidtmoo nnd lix tho persomiHty of that woll-knowu orcntion of his sister, ••Un'olo Tom." That is. simple moonshine; but thuru is something else; in the same line, that they might well be ablo U> <\o. Mrs. Stowo's "Eliza," escaping from a Boono county, Kentucky, farm, with two of her childrnn, actually orxwsuil tlio Ohio on tloaling ico, just'bolow this city, and took rofugo in a house in what is now known as "Rat row." There Him eut tho throat of her pruttiest child with a piece of iron hoop. Thu whole story is told in tho llrst volume of Mr. Grooley's "American eonllit.<t."— Cincinnati Enijuircr. A Plute Indian recently appunrcd in Virginia City, Nev., with two largo sueks of guoso and duck feathers, which ho was willing to exchange for coin. Thu sacks woro stull'ed till they woro as round and flump as bologna aausngo, and iipinwonlly weighed many pounds. Tho Indian considered it a recommendation'.to nay that the foath- oi-s wort! all whlto and tho product of 'big gooson." Ill those luttor diiys even the lluto is beginning to have an oyo to the turning of an honest, penny. Formerly tho oiily use ho found 'for feathoiw was as a tlocuratlon for his warlike top knot. Now Im puUthoiu 111 a sack aiidpiMldlestluMnaniougUio "pulo faces," . in •••^^ • ^^Mi^————• White gluvos urn becoming popuUu for oyeniiig \year. Tan are now worn ill tho twenty-button lengths only with tho darker shades of evening dresses. Palest primroKi-, lllau and nnvstio iiro tho most popular, and devpilo tho frequent announcement of elbow-gloves, woll-drossed women continue to wear them up to tho shoulder. To hold them in place upon slim anus a little elaHtio is i-aught to the inside edge of tho glove wlUi a few invisible stitches. It is best to add this even when the arm IB plump, us il keeps the glove smooth, and saves tho injury that freipjout liuoothing and pulling up causes. The Iniportanco of purifying the blood cnn- not be overestimated, for without pure Wood you r.innot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one- ncods a good moiHelHO to purity, vitalize, and enrich the bloort, and we ask you to try Hood's n „, ,r. r, v Sarsapnrllla. It strengthens. r eCUHal an d builds up the system, creates an appetite, anil tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's SampaiiUapeeul- -y_ Ifcplf lar curative powers. No ' u llOOii other meillclnehassucharecordo! wonderful cures. If yon liavo made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be Induced to take any other instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsajiarilla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar I 4U A A.M r* T —«• — '"5 CLOCKS and SILVERWARE. At and Below Cost Everything to bo sold by 1st of Ma#.r Baiv gains in Watches and a K encra Vi««* *™ class Jewelry Mow is your tinae lor Bargains at If H, ufttlBS _-.. , Corner Third and Piasa streets. 188 1 ; THE LATEST J—1887. JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR PRESSURE RANGES. Made In four styles. Two and Three Butters, With Tin and HussiaOvans. "(THE K A S K I N E QUININE.) No bad effect No headache No nausea. NO ringing ears, C nros .quickly (Pleasant,*" 1 ™ TONIC, that the moat delicate stomach will boar. A SPECIFIC FOB MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, and all Germ Diseases 1 FOR COLDS KA8KINB HAS BEENFOUNT) TO BE ALMOST A SPECIFIC. Superior to Bellevue Hospital, N. Y.: "Universally sue- 0688 u • ( "E very jmMeut treated St. Francis Hos.N. Y. ] wltti Kasklne has been ( discharged cured ." Uov. Ja». I,. Ilall.Oliiipluin Albany I-oniton- ttary.wi-lvea tluit Kasklne liua cured his wife, Biter twenty years suffering from miilarln and notvoiw dyspepsia. Write him lor pur- A I'EBJ'ECT Air Pressure, wlttiout the olcvntod tank. Pressure is obtained witii a weight, ' not with u Dump. AbbOlulely the snlcst; slmpl'.' with no Intiicnte parts. LIGlPTS "llh caibmettcd atr, im>U ud ol oil'in a drip cup. Giisoll™'.^l^nnfe, are all ol :) l i inch bi-nmlesu braes tuliliiK ""ill connecting pipes of Ijf a\y union ccupiliiBS. One crd ol tnhli is of glhts, showing quantity of The b i° BuViu'Hno of" J™M'& STOVES A»D BAKOES nre improved nicchniUcnllj and artis- tl-ullv LIII-BO double ov«n loi-tlime liui iicr Hiuiuea; Mntid pipes increased In uize to on-e iucli. with luruo siiDPly vnlve mid imp HI hute. /» ov, us uie n.ade double or flue i..witli Cannot lined. . .,..PITTS & HAMILL, ---- • Sole Agents. apiHMm _ Hospital, N. Y.: "It's uso is coiisidoro'd indlspensablo. It acts perfectly." Proi. W. F. Ilolcombe, M.D , 54 East 25th Ht.* N.Y. (late Prof. In N. Y, Mod. College) writes: "KasUlne is superior to quinine in its specific power, and novor produces the slightest in jury to tho hearing or constitution. Tliousands upon thousand write that has, Iduo hi's cured thorn alter all otheer raedl cine had tailocJ. Write for book of testi- Kaskine can bo talten without nny special medical advice. $1.00 pea uottlo. Sold by or sent hy umil on receipt o£ price. KASKINE CO., 04 Warren St.,Mew ITorl; 10 dwlm LOOKOUT T1IK CEL15UHATED QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stove ! uloansed, Purified and Beautified by the Cuticura Remedies. For oloausing the Skin and Sciilu of Dlsnx- urinu Humors, for agaying itohinfr, burning and Innnmmation. for cnrlnir the flrs» symptoms of Eczema, Psoriasis, Milk Crust. Scaly Head, SorolMltti and other inherited Skin and lilood Dianases, Outleura, the great Skin Cure, and Outleura Soap, jan exquisite Skin lioautttlor, externally, and Outleura llosolv- ent, the now Ulood 1'urlflor, Interually, are infallible. ALCOHOUCANTJDDTE FOR DYSPEPSIA, URINARY DIFFICULTIES AND ALL NERVOUS DERANGEMENTS, > An immediate relief for prostration caused by AliCOHOIjlO EXCESSES. A Stimulant which, when taken with Soda, Vichy, Apollinarls, Seltzer, or any Sparkling Water, will oupply the Craving for BtronB Drink, without Ita disastrous results, leaving tho system refreshed and Invigorated. Prepared ae a BDBAVT SYBUP, most agreeable to take. OKKjf BIT THH3 BOTgfcB.-<^— Being non-alcoholic, it commends itself especially to Physicians, Lawyers, Teachers, Clergymen, Merchants, and others following sedentary occupations or pursuits, requiring norvo ouergy. EAGLK PACKET COMPANY. 1 have suffered alltny life wltu skin disoaaos of dilforont kinds, and have never found permanent relief, until, by tho advice of a liidy friend, I used your valuable Cutleurn, llemodtois. .1 gave thorn a thorough trial, usinu six bottles ol the Outlcura Resolvent. two Boxes Cuticura am'Jsovon onkos of Outl- oiira Soup, and the result was Just what I had been told it woulil be— a complete euro. ItKLLE WADtt, Itlohmond, Va, Koforenco.'G. W. Lttttlinor, Druggist, Klch- mond, Va. - • SALT HHKUM fCUUED. I was troubled with Salt Khoum for a number of years, so that tho skin outlroly name olt one of inv Iiaiidb from tho linger tips to the wri»t. 1 tried remedies and doctors's prescriptions to uo purpose until 1 commenced taking Outlcura Homedlos, and now 1 am entirely cured K. T. PAUKKU, S71) Northampton St., Boston. .DRUGGISTS KNDOB81S THEM. Have sold a quantity of your Outlcura Rom- llou. One ot my customers, Mrs. Henry Kintz. who had totter on her hands lev sueli in exti'iit us to cause the skin to peel off, and lor eight years she suffered greatly, was completely cured by the use of your medicines. O. N.-NYM, DruKulet, Canton, Ohio, ITCHING, »€AfA', VIB1PLY. For tho last year 1 have hart a species ol Itching, soaly and pimply humors on my lace to wlilon I have umiltod u uroat many moth- ods of treatment without success, and which FOK SALE AT J, HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers in STOVES AND HA.KDVAKE Also Outside Work a specialty. Hoofing acfl Galvanized Iron Work. Also Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND. OOB. 8KCOND AND ALHY 8TS. OUO Ul IrUailUUUV Wlbtiuub uuvcuna, uiiu wiiiuu was upuedlly anil entirely cured by Uutlcura. M us. ISAAC i-HKLl'S, llnvonnn, 0. Wo have nold your Cutlonru nnuiodlos for th» last xlx vears, and no medicines on our shelves ulvo hotter Hutlafuollou, 0. y. AT11EIVTON. Druuiciat, Albany. N.Y. CI/TICUIU KBMKDIKS are Bold every whore 1'rlcu: cents iliusolventll; Hoap, '2S els. I'ropunid hy tho I'ottor Drug and Oheiuloul Co., llostou, Mass, send (or "How to (Hire ftklu l)Uua«cs." mnTTlQ I'luuiles, Skin Blemishes, and VtJCvUUDiUahyllmnori),cured hy Uutl- mra Soup. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. K8TATK 01 Eleanor P. Guild, doooaeod. Tho undersigned, huvlng boon appointed Administrator o| the estate of Eleanor P. Unlld, late of it lie county of Madison and State ol Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that ho will appear before 'tho count} 1 court of Madison county, at the court house, In Kdwardsvllto, at tho May term, on the third Monday In May next, at which time all poraons having claims against said Estate are notified and requested to attend lov tho purpose of havina the sumo udjustod. All persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undor- slum'cl. I)nte3 thla lltli dny of March, A. r>., 1887. 1>£KLKY Jl. WHIPPLB, -i!4w Admlnltlrutor, KIDNEY PAINS And that weary, lifeless all-gone mmButlonovor present with those of Inflamed Milnoys, wnnk back nnd . ^ -. loins, iiohlnu hips und nlilcn ovor- worked or woruout by uluuase, debility or dluHlpullon, uro roUnvod In onu minute and apoodlly ouriid by the utitlonru Anil 1'alu Plaster, a now, orlKliiul.elogunt and Infallible uulldoto to pain and Inllaaimatlon, At nil drugglstB.!6o; tlvolorjl; or of Pottor Drug Co.,Huston. Now and Beautiful XJOBigus Just arrived and urrjviug for the Spring Trade. WODOW GLASS i A Specialty, from Small to At tho old reliable HOUSIC-I'AI.NTI.NO and DKUOltATJNG ostabllshmont ot NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle st. SPRING ARRANGEMENT. Tbe Steamer ^g ---ni «U '?3 || W. F. ENS1NGE0, CD U. LEYHJB, Master. I E. Ross POWKLI , f ED. ULOOK, oiui'i 8. Plain Decorative On and alter Monday, Feb. 11, tho Spread Eagle will run as follows, vizi LEAVING ALTOK , I FOE ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at 3 p. rn., daily. And leaving Alton tor Portago, Jersey Lauding, Oralton, and wa} points every ovonlng at 6:30 o'clock. «S,The 'Whistle will be lonmled tUtoen mlnuws before starting lor Bt. Louis. To ST. Louis, ... BO KotTHDTiur • - -75 TWENTY EIDEB' - - B oo O W. Hll/r.. Acrfnt. Fast Freight & Passenger Lli.e THE ST. LOUIS AND OKNTBAL ILLINOIS 11. K. CO'S J. F. ELLlfeON, Oommanaor. EP.AKHUUTZ, j olol . ks TaUK.UOUOK, j 010 ""*' On and after Thursday,Fob. nth, will l&uvo Alton dully Cominnnolng Monday, •April 4th. gtoamor Hudson will leuvu 1st. Louis lor Alton, Port- ago, Jurauy, Urnfton and all points eii St. L, & U. 1. H. U.,dully, except Sunday, at 8:l)u a. m., arriving at Alton at 11 d. m. Returning will leave Alton for St. Louis at 8:43 p. m. arriving at St. I.outa at 7:8(1 In ample time for parties lo attend thmitrss, etc, Parties pur- ohnsliiK round triptl''kota will bo furnlshod state rooms'without extra cost. Hound trip UoUflti of steamer Kprimd. EaK'o or llntlaon wllljuo honored by either bout' for return passage. coiiiictnliiKwItli fiiMtoxprotis on St. Louis and Uentiul Illinois Hutlroitd tor Jursoyvilla, Wa- vurJy, ttpi liigiluld and all poiutu north Una oust, .KAKK. To Sr. Louis, tliiKlu trip, . . , fiv. " " r'luiul trtp 7fi,>. " " twciity rliio tiekvt,. , I3.1W I1ENIIV 0. TATUM, Umi, ARt. Alton. II. A., fieu'l Manugnr. lelldlt V/ORK PROMPTLY ATTKNUED TO AT LOWB8T TBHM8. I AND SHOP OK : SECOND ST., A.I.TON. NEAR PIASA WSLSOIM WASHBOARDS. Tuese'fl'acliboBrdi ato mudo with a Bon< .Wood rim, TUeStrooB- ettboaiviaund host wasliora in tin world. 1'or »alo by all dcalen. Snulnaw, wu\ luutftl roofk. For , nildrcn*t). - . , . .t- fo., ueiirrnl Amini», 4ua Woit VM u, ur JHUililgttli l.urobLT Co. t*;. v hvlmnvl or i-ui 1 lunil. I.I:»I>IK, .t- fo., Uurvn Ht., Oliluuitu, ASSIUJNEE'S SALiB. Public notice Is hereby glyou that in Ji anco oi uri orilur of tho County csourtof Madson oom.ty, Illinois, the iindurbl«nud assht- nuo oC the I). R, Sparks Milling company, will 011 Friday the sixth duvot May. A. I)., 1887, sell at public auction to tho hlnUoat bidder (orouHliut thu hour of ona o'clock p. in. 01 said day on tho promises thu following do- HcTlbml pronei'ty, to-wit. lx>ts uumboraa twolvudit), thlriiion (l:j),(ointcon (U) llftopn (IM, »lx»«eii (id) niid BBveiitoo.1 U7), in Jolm Italhiiy's Second addition to tho city of Uar- rollton In tlKicouniyof (.iroono ana State of Illinois, together with the grain elevator ihctriion known us tho "Onrroliton Klovutor." Tho uhovo Biilu will bo eubjoct to any. and all Inciimbmncoa on said property. A deed, or doc'dd, will bo mado to the purchaser upon apliroval of tho report of sale by tho County Court of Maa 1 «,onoounty. 4KuMi Assltfiiao of tlio I). U, Spiirks Mllllnu < o, ALTON, lui., April 14th, 1887. wit '?M

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