Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 3, 1887 · Page 1
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ALTON, ILL«, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1887. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity, Strength, and HealthfuIneflB. Dr.PrlcB'sBalungPowdorconUlns no Atnmsnln,Wine. Alum or Phosphates, Dr.Prlco'B Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc., flavor delldouely, '-CO, Zmct UOLD MEDAL, .rABIS, 1878, BAKER'S Wnrrmhcd absolutely jmr~ Cocoa, from which IbocicceBof OH hue been rbnjcnodi It hn» three times the strtnfjt/1 of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and Is therefore far more ccouoiiil. cal, costing lets than one cent a tup- It Is delicious, nourishing, Btrongthoiilng, cosily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids na Vfiill as for iiiirgoiia In health. Sold bjr ti'rocorH cvcrynhoro. & CO,, Dorchester, Mass, THE fiSftCHBST AND MOST CQMPLKT13 ASSORTMENT of. Cooking, Btovoa ever, brought to Alton. WOK'S BEST GASOLINE STOVE ! In tho market, saves time, labor and money. The favorite summer stove wltn al! Iliouso- iioopors. All sizes. Oall aad examine. ..Mam also prepared to do . •. Hoofing, Guttering,8poutingand all kinds of 0?in Work, "". at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGENHAKDT, 538 BAST SKCOz; D STREET, FTPTHnOOB WE«T GJ 1 BENRY. _ _ apgoawly JOHN BAUER, . 1DEALER IN AND MANOFAOTUJIKK OF SECOND STREET, u J* ,1 q »' T r jU * i Opp. City Hall, ALTOST, int •All kinds pf fine ana common Jarnitur constantly on himd. Also Undertaker, eta. soMdwlw W. *\ ENSI1MGER, . Plain and Decorative • • ..--- i. Ali WORK PKOMPTLY ATTKNDBD TO AT LOVTE8T TEKMS. OHKIOK AND SHOP ON SECOND ST., NE1R PIASA , . . . ELI/ Lucas Pfeiflenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DUAUGUT8MAN, Office onThlrd st.,one door west of Piasa, tbtrd floor. Patents. To ny persons wJahlng to obtain lettei S atoatonnow invoatlone, ituprovouonttt o eslgns, I will execute drawings and spootfl cations and make applications for Patents All consultation, In parson or by lotto , fvo« PFEIFFENBEKGKB, PILES,'SAtflHEUM and all ak|n dlBeBaea. A new uiothou o J «oin- • Terrific Hailstorm, ST. PAUL, Minn., May 1.-—After day of summer beat.this section wn visited at 7 o'clock this evening by terrific hailstorm which' did muc damage. The hailstones ranged i size from a pea to a full grown goose egg, some of the largest weighin four ourtccs and measuring nin .in• oircUjhi'forencjb.' Glass was broke "Wherever exposed, tliat in the towe •iof the State'Capitol being riddled and in some cases even plate glas being shattered. .'", A number of smai structures, chimneys, etc., wer' wrecked by the wind. DETROIT, May 2.—Colonel Mor nas Spencer Sprague died .this morn ing. He was the leading paten lawyer of Michigan, an old time Re publican, and formerly manager o the Detroit Tribune. He was th organizer of the Twenty-sevent Michigan Regiment in the War.of th< Rebellion, and was ox-President o the Toledo and St. Louis and the St Paul and Iowa Roads. 11-3 was C' years of age. A 6&o\ utelfyWiiiVe. . .. .. _. . Thlb ; pbWder'rt6vof-"varies.' A"njarvel ol purity, strength wholesomeness. More economical tnan tlie ordlnaiy kinds, and cannot 3e sold in competition with the multitude o; low tost, aliort weight, alnm phosphate) now- JanSdwly REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. READ. LIST OF BARGAINS -ATC, A. Schlueter's Agency, For Bale, cheap, cor. of 7th and Alton Bts.'; ramo dwelling, 4 rooms and cellar, rents for ^10 per rnonthr For Sale or Erolmngoo—100 acres, 85 In oul- •ivatlon, 2X miles northeast of Fostorburg, at a bargain. . For sale—Flve-roombrlok house, story and a half, corner Eighth ana Mechanic street. 3an bo had ac a bargain. Good iproperty to i ' • Ono 0-room now house, with cellar, cistern and coal bouse. Lot 60 by 110 on 9th and Market sts. For sale— one 8-room house andjone 8-room house, 9Hi and Market sta. Lot 50 by no: good cistern and coal houao, at a.boJrgaln. For sale— 15 acres In North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty ol water. For salc-600 acres Improved farm with cood house and stables In \V T ooason county, Canaa«. B.R. runa across from Fort Soott to Wohlta, 5 miles from county seat, For sale— 75 aoros partly bottom .land, Improved farm, near Doraey, .with plenty of good buildings on same. , For aale— 10 pieces of valuable property with good houses, In this city. For sale or oxonango— A aloe little cottage n Bothaltoi with 'plenty of ground, stable ind good water on promises. For salo or oxphanae— Two sections of B.ll. tnibor land In So. Missouri, 160 miles from St. Louis on tho Iron Mountain 11. K., at a bar- rain. For sale or exchange, 3 aoros of ground! on fain St., adjoining Mayor.Ooppingor's on the For Bale or exchange— 6 sections of prairie and In Orooket county, Texas. Will sell cheap. Suitable for any tanning purposes. Throe acres adjoining Dr.lloberts on north. Five lots on Dry St., adjolnlng,Tuomas Biggins' residence on the oast. ' •* One and a half lots in llawley's addition, Ono and a half lota in Sholly's addition. Any of tho above property oau bo, bought at a bargain. I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N. Y. , one ofthe best companies, in the TJ. S. And other good Companies in addition- C. A. SCHLUETER, Office in my New Building, on Second street. _ _ inohUdw JOSISI'H LIYEBY STABLE \ JTBOMT 8TUKKT, DETWKBN AUJ Y AMI) KA8TON, • • ' • U.I.INOI mvldiv XAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BOOM. 'urtlos Intending to buy Iteal Kstato In tho city ot Alton or Tioinity will find It to their Interest to call at tho ollloo of Budarabaufiou A SoniitnK ana examine their list or proportion for Halo as only n pnrt thoroof IB uUvor- tlnud. ' npflclwtf KOTBER 286. STOWS.'- *'• '.• The Suntlay la\v is being [strictly enforced, at Washington, The public debt'was reduced during the month of April $18,068,098. Firo destroyed the Vandalia Railway depot at Mulberry Grove, III. George Biisli.. of Adamsboro, Ind., shot himself dead in his mill at that place Sunday, Arrangements are in contemplation for a considerable extension of the fast mail system at St. Louis. The Fotheringham case was called in the criminal court yesterday morning and wilt probably ao to trial.to-flay. . '• \ The queen of the Hawaiian Islands: arrived in Chicago yesterday and proceeded on her journey to Washington and Europe. ., Washington gossips, busy with the presidential succession, arc of opinion that? Hill will support Cleveland enthusiastically. Mrs. Henry. Leury, aged 80; Pete* Banso, aged 12, and Sarah McKvoy aged 13 were drowned at Putnam, Conn., Saturday. It is estimated that the destruction and.damage in Duluth by Sunday's hail, rain and wind storm and flood amounts to $150,000 Charles Oswald, a blacksmith, cut his throat and killed his .daughter, Bessie, in Sbaler township, Pennsylvania. Saturday pight. James N.Taggart, paying teller of the Union Trust Co: of Philadelphia, has absconded, leaving a deficit of something less than §300,000. Potatoes in Deadwood, D. T., are selling for 10 cents a pound, and the coal dealers are exchanging the black diamonds for the vegetable, weight for weight. The coal laden schooner Louie O'Neil, with a crew of .eight men, is believed to have sunk with all hands in Lake Erie off Port Stanley, in a gale, Thursday night. . • Col. Gilder proposes to make another start for the north pole this spring. He will go alone and try to reach Pond's inlet by winter. Then he will begin to look for the pole. The Inter-State Commerce law has not checked the demand for new loftbmotives. The railroad companies are ordering them faster than the manufacturers (jan turn them out. j ' -Jay and Lee Moore, aged -14 and J2, and Ira and Bertie Hotehkiss, aged 11 and 8, sons of well to do farmers of South Valley.Cattaraugus county, Now York, were drowned in e Alleghany river Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Carbell, while riding in a buggy on the public highway near Vienna,. Walworth county, Wis., were fatally ahot Sunday night jy an unknown assassin who crept up jehind them. . Dakota appears to maintain the jalm for thermometric didos. <Last Saturday the west bound Pacific Ex- jress left the track and took to the ditch near Steele. The cause assigned is that "the heat of the sun, which is unusual here this season, warped the rails," . The tracks of the Atchison,Topeka and Santa Fe, and the Gulf, Colorado and Scmta Fe,.have been joined at a point t in the Indian Territory. The Santa Fe will then have a direct ine from Kansas City to Galveston, and will begin running through .rains and handling freight between these points this week. A conflagration in Kaukakee, 111., Sunday, consumed twenty-one build- nga, including two churches, 'and a number of stores; loss about $45,000, several buildings were burned at Pierre, Dak., T., Sunday morning. At Loujsville, Ky., an immense varehouse, a groin elevator, fourteen oaded frieght cars and a number, of small buildings were destroyed by ire yesterday j loss, about $250,000. A loss of $GO,000 is reported near Wilkcsbarre, Pa., by the burning of & coal breaker. Legislature. 111., May 2—Both louses h'eld their usual brief and un- mportant Monday evening session. Measures of no special importance wore advanced, and in both a bill was atroduced providing for the estab- ishuient of public libraries in cities, illagcs and towns, and to levy a tax or the same. In the House the Senate Lord- 3cully-alicn-Iand-blll was reported ud an effort mado to send it to a oinraitteo. This failed and it wont o a second reading. This bill is irailar to that lately passed by the louse, and the fact has been clevol- ped since that action that there is uuoh opposition to the measure and t !H not at all certain that tho pro- posed measure, upon this subject will become a jaw. ''By tho constitutional lawyerV of the Legislature it is held to bo unconstitutional legislation.' To-morrow, or on Wcdnesdayt Senator Hogan will call up in the Senate the house bill prohibiting the plnying of base ball on Sunday. There will, probably, be quite a lively ;fight over this measure, the Cook county members in particular seeming to have acquired'an' antipathy to it stnee'their return from a visit to their sport-loving constituents. It will be remembered that this bill was once defeated in the House, but under a revulsion of feeling was fished out and passed. The Senators opposing the bill claim this change of feeling was due to cowardice; that some members of the lower house influenced their fellows by alleging that the bill could not pass the Senate anywayjand requesting that they saddle the responsibility of its defeat upon that body. There is some doubt as to which is the proper committee to refer the bill to, and a facetious individual suggested that it go to the committee on strikes. "•;• Soon Have Died. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111: GENTS—I want to toll you what your White Pine Balsam has done for mo, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while in >. Leadvillo, about Aug. 19. I had doctored ! constantly. i was so [bad I 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 mad am entirely cured. Have not'eveh coughed for four days. Yours truly, MltS. S. J. BAURACK. LITTLE APRICOTS. There is nothing so positive in its action in treatment of deranged Jiver, 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 band some, reliable medicine like Burks' White Tide Balsam (that would cost them but 50c, and perhaps cure three or four colds; Sold by E. Marsh. i BUliKS 1 WHITE PIlsE.BALSAM. ' It will be found equally efficacious in colds and coughs of long standing, relieving the distress and restoring the throat to its normal state. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton, 111. myldwlm "I'M going to speak my mind at that meeting tonight, and don't you forget it",gaid AD irate Metropolitan Cltbster to birwife, "Going to speak it plainly, are you, dearP" she asked quietly. "Yes, I am; I'm going to speak my mind, my whole mind and nothing but my mind." "What a short speech H will be," she said, half to herself, and went on sewing* Ayer's Pills are the best cathartic for correcting irregularities of tho stomach and bowels. Gentle, yet thorough in their action, they cure constipation, stimulate tho appetite and digestive organs,' and strengthen the system. dwlw MAY 1, 1887 Ingrain Carpets frdm 25c to S8c-pif yaff Tapestry Brussels from 50c to SI pei^ yard, Body Brussels from 80c to $1,25 per yard, Oil Cloths from 20c tN 90c per yard; India Mattings from (5c:to55d per yard, We have No Old Stockl! No Job Lots 1J All New and Clean! , ; IES,1LLPAPEB Upholstery Goods arid Upholstering " Agent for Awnings. Gash prices- *I will gladly duplicate St. lipuis .prices/;* Call at A. He adquar tei? s ' ' ' " ' " ' . FOB THE For Toilet Use. Ayor's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft and pliant, Imparts to.lt the. lustre and freshness of youth, causes it to grow luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures all scalp diseases, and is tho most cleanly of all hair preparations. AYFR'*J H air Vigor has given mo n ii_il \f perfect satisfaction. I was nearly bald for six years, during which 11:110 I used many hair preparations, but .without success. Indeed, what little limr I had \vus growing thinner, until 1 :ried;Avcr's H»lr Vigor. I used two b< >: lies of i ho Vigor, and iny head is now wti! covered with a new growth of hair. — Judson U. Chapel, Peabody, Moss. UAJR that hiis hecorao weak, gray, I mill am j fmicri, may have now li'fo niiil co.'or restored to ft by the use of Aytir's IT.-iir Vigor. «*My hair was thin, I:i is-.l, and dry, and fell out in largo i|:uj:t:tir.v Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped I'M' :.II:::IR, and restored my hair to its • C..MUI cu'.or. As a dressing for tho '.i.nr, ihi:> iiiTparntion has no equal.— Miip; X. Hammond, Stillwater, Minn. VlfiflR y 01 "' 1 ' nil( l beauty, in the « iMUilj a!>|)carance of the Lair, may liA-prewrvotl fv>ra.ii iudetinite period by tlii! use uf Ayer's Hair Vigor. *• A diii- oaso of tho sculp caused my hair to bo- uomo harsh and dry, and to fall out Iruely, Nothing I tried seemed to do mo any cood until I commenced using A.VCT'B Hair Vigor. Three bottles of tliis prnparntlnn restored my hair to a lirnlthv condition,, and It It now soft nnil pliant. My scalp is cured, and It Is also free from dandruff.—Mrs. K. n. Fuss, Milwaukee, \Vis. Ayer's Hair . Bold by DruggUti anil Perfumer,, TUB C/EJLiKGHATED Studebaker Farm Wagoii. Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Co's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. i ;. •' ! ;«'«wi'->r-aimn-p7i5i55r,_ EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPEERS AND'MOWBRSH-'fifeadquar ters for EUPION and (JARMINE OILS; ENGINE, CYLINDER and SIGNAL OILS: STOCK, WELL and CISTERN;PUMPS 1 ;.fine line of COOKING STOVES'; the DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVES, See our 610 BUGGY HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, $30. We keep the JBEST' GASOLINE and BURNING OILS bn tap and delivered ; . ,tb ; any part t of the " Cor. 3d and^State '' OK JKAUTHI BOSS FILLED Froinjite' to $50. ; ^rrsuitedM^aya, BBEECH-LOkDING GUNS, •From #16 to $30. ^ ^ J H BOOTH ™E LEADING *j. n. DW i ri, JEWKI JEWEljER, mylMwly _ SUBSCEIBE FOR THE;;": ALTOI E?E. TELMiPi, IOC Pgr By mail or delivered! Qnly Republican Daily 'in!'j'J'^,;,, SAFHIT, prompt action, and wonderful cutatlvo properties, easily place Ayor's rills at the head of tho list ol popular roineilloH for Sick and Nervous Heartaches, Constipation, and all ailments originating In a dlaordercd Liver. J! have boon a groat sufferer from Headache, and Ayer's Cathartic 1'llln are tho only medicine that has over fjlvcn mo relief. Ono dose of those Pilla will quickly uiovo iny howeli, and froo my lii'U<l from pain,—William L. Pngo, Itluhiuond, Va. * Ayer's Pills, Vroptroil by Dr. J.O.Avor & Co., towtll. Utu. Bora by All &«»(«» in Mwlldne. J, SUITER & SON, 3BAMCBS OH FINJB AKD COMMON FUBNITURE. A. Fall and Complete Stock Always on Hand. i DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. »)UH FUaNlTUBBl BOOMfl ARK ON State Street, r opp, Third, ALTON, ILL. UKJNXlfiXBS. DK. O. JB. U Dentist, 18 THIKD STHKKT, AIiTON, ILL. Offloa lIouM-8 a, m. to 13 m.; 1 to i p. ffl % . A. Dentist) OYKH UltUBGGKUANN'fl OIQAil STOKB 8KOOND ST. ____ _ ' _ )e13 dtt . B. PuyBlclun and W, A. VLAJjEJSLL, AT.D., Pliysloiau and Surgeon, Office a. w. 1 18 to l, and 0 ji.m,

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