Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 4, 1887 · Page 1
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VOLtTME 26. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 4=, 1887. 287, DYSPEPSIA. Up to afow weeks ogo.I considered uiysoll r tho olmmploti Dyspeptic of America, During tho yoars that l have boon afflicted IJiavo tried almost every thing claimed to bo ttspe- cific for Dyspapsla In the hope of finding Bomcthiug that wonld afford purmnnent vo- llef. I had about made up my mind to abandon medicines when I noticed an endorse* mont of Simmons Liver Regulator by ri prominent Georgian, a Jurist whom I knew, and concluded to try Its effects in ray ease. I have mod bat two bottles and am satisfied that I have struck thoright thing at Jaat. I felt.ltfi beneficial effects almost immediately. Unlike all other •preparation of a similar kind'no special Instructions is required as to what one Shall or shall not eat. This fact along ought to commend it to all troubled •with dyspepsia. ; J. N. HOLMES. Vlnoland, IT. J. CONSTIPATION. A regular habit of body can be secured wlthoufohangicg the diet or .disorganizing the systomi by taking SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. See tli at :you get tho'gounlne. Prepared by J.-H. ZKIL1N * CO., Fliiladclplila, Pa. —st nrvzs mwf wkly «0ED'MEDAL, J?ABIS, 1878. BAKER'S Warranted absolutely pur* Cocoa, from -which the excess of , Oil hM been removed, It JIM (Area times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch; Arrowroot or Sugar, l and la Iborcforo for moro uconoml- peal, casting, las than one cent a cup. It IB delicious, nourishing, strengthening, cosily dlgentcd, and adrnlrobiygiulnptod for Invalids as well os for persons ln^ health. -Sold byCrocera cvorjwheto. & CO.Jorclicster, Mass, JOSEPH JAKKETT'S ""•STABLED .JFBONT STBEET. BETWEEH . A1BYAND KASTON, AJVrOF 'V '.V:. , TAK.E ADVANTAGE OF THE BOOM. Parties intending to buy Real Estate In tho city ot Alton or Ytotnlty will find It to their Interest.to call at iheofllceof Endorahauson & Sonntog and examine tliotr list of jifopor- tles tor sale as only a port tbereof la adver- npSdwtt . ' ' ... -CALL AX-' .; ;..;•, ' C.M. Crandall's Crockery Store Fbll THE ' • LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saupers, 30c per set. GoodS-inch Plates, 80c.per.set. Meat Dishes-, 5c tov 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, So-to,50c-each. .•',.. Half-pint Table Tumblers, iBo ', per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. Fruit Dishes, 6c to 75c each. Handsome Glass Water Sets 90 cts. Beautiful Decorated English Dra- merSets, $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber Sets,' 10 pieces, only 82.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, l.SO.ner set. Triple Plated Forks. 81.50 per sat W. r. ENSBNGEB, Plain an& Decorative AU WOIIK PBOMPTMT ATTKNDKD TO AT IXJWSBTTHRMS. OEFICB AND BHOF ON SECOND ST., NEAR PIASA AXTON. . . . ELI/ Patents. To ny persons wishing to obtain letter patent on now inventione, improvements, o de»i«n8,1 will execute drawings and spootfl cations and moke applications for Patents All consul tat ton, In person or by latte , tie* LUCAS PFMFFENBEBGBB, • i . • Bnusitv OnovB, May 2, '87. : We feel safe in saying everything flourishing nt this point, corn and melon planting keeping all hands •ery busy. The blessing of health n the entire community filling our cavts.with thnuUfulness and giving o us'opportunity to fully enjoy the judding spring time. Fishing parties are numerous. The Literary and Social Circle had very enjoyable meeting on Thurs- lay .evening at the home of Mr. harles Sawyer. A full house at St. John's church ervices Saturday evening, alsomorn- ng and evening of Sabbath. One member was added to the church. Sermon Sabbath evening by Rev. AV, STolto, of Upper Alton. Subscription )apors for the new church building are printed and will be in circulation rfter next meeting of financial committee. '86. To-day is the anniversary of the Anarchist haymarket riot and bomb explosion in Chioago, by which seven policemen were killed and sixty-one njured. Of the surviving victims eleven are permanently disabled and unfit for duty, and .twelve others are itill suffering from their wounds. ' RHEUM • n *H|«AOBe«. A n«w method ot torn t. -A Cure gimnuitood,, or inouoy lJ b» draaalatt, aqil uttliuoBlouo .,7YMWji«t. OMIWOO. J>ric«»l Absolutely Pure. Thin powder never varies. A marvel ol rarity, strength wholoeomonees. More oco- lomioal' than tlio ordinary kinds, and cannot >o sold in competition with tho multitude oi ow test, short walnht, alum jhogpjmte (powders. SOLD OKLY w OAKS. EOYAI/BAKING POWDBE 00., 106 Wall St., N. Y. _^ )an3dwly GREATEST BARGAINS I ,-AT- • C, M,CrandaH's Crockery Store, The Finest and Best Porcelain Gups and Saucers, 60cperset, (Ksgular Price, Porcelain Plates 60c per set, and Porcelain Pitchers, 15 cts- to 50 cts- each. Flatters and Vegetable Dishes in proportion. Best Quality Silver Plated Ware and Table Cutlery At Reduced Prices For a Few Days. _ _ mytdwtt THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of OookliiK Stoves over brought to Alton CaOK'S DBIIiLIAHI The BEST GASOLINE STOVE I in the market, saves time, labor and money. Tho favorite summer stove with al) (Uouso- keepers. All Hlzoe. Call and examine. I uin also prepared to do Koollng, Guttorlng,8pontlngand all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGENHARDT, OUa BAST SBCOzD 8TUKKT, jfii-runoou WE»T «F UKNRY. apSOdwly JOHN BAUEB, IDKALKU IN AND MANOFAOTURKK FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, AL.TON, All kinds ot line und common faraltur oonntmitly on lian,d. Also uuUerUkor, oto. LATES^'NEWS. Real estate transfers filed for record at Topeka yesterday were $6,170,030. Tim Wilson '. and Jim Maddox fought an impromptu .duel near Fulton, Mo. Neither was hurt. At Pittsburgh, Monday, the temperature rose to 95 degrees— the highest ever known there in May. The Belleville City Council has refused to pay $75 per annum for each of its water plugs,- and will go back to the old cisterns. Gen. and Mrs. J. C. Fremont and Miss Fremont will leave Washington soon for their summer homo, which they have secured upon Long Beach, not far from Point Lookout. A terrible marine disaster is reported from Newfoundland. The steamship John Knox, with all on board, sunk during a storm Monday. Thirty lives lost. A rich deposit of natural gas has been struck by a well digger near the city of Mattoon, 111. , and what is claimed as "the largest gas well in the world" has been developed near Muncie, Ind. The ' anti-car-stove agitation has bornes its first fruits in New York. The Senate of that State has passed a bill prohibiting the use of coal stoves in railway cars. ' Hon. Geo. Bancroft entertains the President and Mrs. Cleveland at dinner on Thursda}'. This dinner was postponed from last fall, when the President was obliged, to decline the invitation, owing to the death of ex-President Arthur . James Wood, an Irishman, who died in New York recently, leaving $2,000,000 of property, began life in this country as the owner of a dirt cart. He struck "paying ' dirt" in Harlem real estate and other things, and made his way without the aid of "organized labor." Legislature. .SENATE. , 111., May 3. — The bill introduced by Senator . -Hadley revising the law in relation ; to 'township organization was taken up on third reading and passed. ; The bill provides that the Supervisor and Assessor of the town shall be ex-officio Judges of all elections held at the time of the annual or any other special town ', meetings. They shall take an oath to faithfully and impartially discharge their duties, and shall have the same powers and be subject : to the same penalties as other judges of elections. ; Senator Sumner's bill to .allow. township insurance companies .to insure live stock was passed. The bill appropriating §113,000 for the ordinary expenses of the Soldiers' Orphans' Home at Normal was advanced from second to third reading. The bill appropriating $225,000 for the ordinary expenses for the Anna Asylum and ... for needed improvements was - advanced to 'third reading. House ; bill No. 24; .'providing for the election of flir'additional ; Judges of the Circuit Court of Cook county, was read a third time and .passed. HOUSE, , In the House, this imorning, Mr. Fuller, from theRailroad Committee, reported upon the resolution authorizing the investigation of the affairs of the Ohio and Mississippi Railway. The committee -submitted a joint resolution -instructing the Attorney General and Board of Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners to begin proceeding of mandamus to compel the railroad to comply with the State Constitution : in the matter of requiring a majority of the Directors of the road to reside within the State and to keep a set of books for the transfer of stock; and further instructing State's Attorneys in counties through which the road runs to lay the facts in tho case tho law before tho Grand Juries of their respective counties fur thts purpose of instituting pro ceedings Tho resolution was adopted. The Hurd-Meyer drainage bill was reported 'from the joint Drainage Committee. The bill was read a second time, .and its consideration made the special order for to-morrow afternoon. Ruby's bill removing the $5,000 limitation for loss of life by railway accident was reported back unfavorably by the committee on Railroads, ana on motion' it was taken from the table and advanced to second reading. BfeTho following bills passed : Empowering School Trustees to lay out and dedicate public school lands for street aud, highway purposes; allowing 81,600 to John R. Blaokburufor injuries sustained by the premature discharge of a caunon.and. appropria- ting $21,000 annually to the Normdl University at Normal for salaries and ncidental expenses . Soon Hare Died. Burks Medicine. Co., Qulncy, 111: QBNTS— I want to toll you what your White Pine Balsam has done for mo, I bad a cough for three long mouths, contracted while in. Loiulvlllo, about Aug. 19. I had doctored 'constantly. t was so :bad 1 could .not He down at night. I would just as soon have died as to live in that condition. 1 took one bottle of your Balsam and am entirely cured. Have not even coughed (or four days. Yours truly, MUB. S. J. BARRACK. LITTLE APRICOTS. There ifi. nothing so positive in its action in treatment .of deranged Jiver, biliousness, heartburn, nervous and sick headache, as Little Apricot Pills, easy to tako 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 ou handsome reliable medicine like Burks' White Pine Balsam ithat would cost them but 50c. and perhaps euro three or four colds. Bold by E. Marsh. BUitKS' WHITE PINE. 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 Ayer's fills are the best cathartic for corroding; irregularities of the stomach and bowois. Gentle, yet thorough m their action, they cure constipation, stimulate the appetite and digestive organs, and strengthen the system. dwlw Golden , 111. , May 3— The fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. Edwin Fish and wife was celebrated yesterday by a gathering of relatives and friends at the residence. They w ( ere married in .England, -and have been residents of Greene 'and Macoii- pin counties for many years . •• th» te»t and Bafcst Waah- 1 : Ing Compound known. MAKES Shorter Hours Forloien^ It produces better rtBnlta with a greater saving of Time'and labor In Washing and Eonae- ; cleaning! .than anything '.y«V lamented. "With yonrDishoa, Glass- wue/Wlndoifa, Curtains, Jewelry, Silver, In foot OTerythlng, wltl It. Try it in the Bath, and note . it» Superiority over Boap Beware of Imitation!. The Oonuuio always bean the above Symbol and name of, JA5EK8 PXX.B, PEARLIICDI0IT1 New-York.: REAL ESTATE FOR SALE; BEAD LIST OF BARGAINS -AT- . C. A, Schlueter's Agency. For Bale, cheap, cor. ot 7th and Alton: ; sts.; frame dwelling, iroorna and collur, rents for $10 per month. , For Sale or Gxouangao—100 acres, 85 in cultivation, 2>i miles northeast of Fostorburg, at a bargain. For sale—Five-room brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street! Can bo had at a bargain. Good (property to •runt. Ono 6-room new house, with collar, cistern and coal house. Lot 60 by 110 on Oth and Market sts. 'For sale—one 8-room house niidjonc 8-room house, Uth and Market sts. Lot SO By 110; good eistern and coal house, at a bin gain. For sale—16 acres in North Aitoii with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. • For sale-680 acres improved farm with good house and stables In Woodson county, Kaueab. U.K. runs aoroaa from Fort Scott to Wichita, t> miles from county seat, For sale—78 aorns partly bottom land, improved farm, near Uorsoy, with plenty of good buildings on same. For sale—1» pieces of valuable property with good houses, in this city. For sale or exchange—A nice little cottage in Bethalto, wlth'plenty of ground, stable and good water on premises. | (For sale or exchange—Two sections oflR.11. timber land in tie. Missouri, 160 miles from St. LoulB on tho Iron Mountain li. B., ot a bargain. For sale or exchange, s acres ot ground) on Main St., adjoining UayorjOoppingor's on the- oast. For sale or oxohautjo—6 section? of prairie land in Orookot county, Texas. Will sell cheap. Suitable for any farming purposes. Threoaores adjoining Dr.Roberts on north. Five lots ou Dry St., adJulnlngiThomas Biggins' residence on tho oust. One and a half lots in llinvloy's addition, Ono and a half lots in Suolly'8 addition. Any of tho 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. S. And other good Companies in addition. 0- A. SCHLUETER, Office in my New Building on Second street. moliHchv for Hole. Sovon lota with good brlolc dwelling And outlmtMtMga.lu gond repair, lu Uppor Alton. KualclOHOO pi O. E. Uolllun, nud known an tbe Morrill proporty. WUIl'J?UD A 8&11MCV, Alum, or I>. W, Oouot, Vppor Alton. MAY 1, 1887. Ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per yard. Tapestcy Brussels from 50c to $1 per yard, Body Brussels from; 90c to $1,25 per yard, Oil Cloths from 20c to 90c per yard. India Mattings from I5c to 55c peryard, We have No OldStock! No job Lots i; All New and Clean I • Upholstery Goods and TJpholstetong done. Agent lor Awnings. Cash prices.; 1will gladly duplicate St. Louis prices* Gall at FOB THE ;BES^ m AGENTS FOB. THE WASEANTED JEOE'IFIVE^ THE OELEBUA.TKD Studebaker Farm Wagon. Belleville Thresliers and ; Engines; Moline ; P16w Cois '' Plows and Cultivators and, Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND ters for EUPION «nd (JARMINF/QILS j .ENGJjNJM SIGNAL OILS:- STOCK, WELL and • CISTERN f| PUa[]E!$.V.' ( fine line of COOKING ST.OVES,;,,theDANGLER andiEERFEC-,. TION GASOLINE,STOyES. ..See our,,$10 -BUGGY HARNESS. NEW, HOME SEWING MACHINES,, 830. We keep the iBEST:.GASOLINE,'and .. , BURNING'OILS on jtap;..and,;deliverod to ,any part t of the city. . H.K.J01 Gor. 2d and Btate sts THE BEST ON ^A BOSS From,$18 to $50. BBEEGH-LOAPIMf From $16 to $80. J. THE SUBSCRIBE iFOJEl THE AITflW FYF TFfFlrRPH 1(lP Pfif iliilUli £ii£i, liiLtiiulLliru, lUu ful By mail or delivered, Only^Republican Daily in • ' ' Madison county ' J. SUITER & SON, 3KAMCB8 IB PINE AND COMMON F U EN 10CUHE. A Full and Complete Stock Always OB Hand. ' DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. OUlt FUllNlTUllB HOOM8 ABR ON State Street,'opp, Third, ALTON, It*,, UJSNTISTHI. DB.O. J». KOHL AND, Dentist, Office ironrs— 8 a, m. to U m. ; 1 to * p, a __ _ '.-'•'* tepflwly G. A. McMILLBN, Dentlat, OVElt linUKQOEUANN'S , OIQAK STOBB 8KOON1) ST. ' ' )a« dtf DB. B. PhyBlolan Surgeon, W. A. HAMKMLL, M,D,, Physician and Surgeon, T., ALroif, ILL, Offloo

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