Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 9, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton, Illinois
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VOLUME 26. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1887. NUMBER 291. BILIOUSNESS IH AN AFFECTION OF THE MVffiU, AND ' OAN BE THOROUGHLY OUJIED WYTHB GUANO BEUtfkATOll OF THE L1VEII AKD BILIAHY. ORGANS. Toall suffering from Slok Jleadaohe and Biliousness •. t "Have been a victim to the above for years . and, afcer trying various remodles.wiy only i HUOOOBS was In the use of SIMMONS lAYEK i.REQUIiATOR, 'which niw-r failed to relievo : me In twelve hours; and I enn assure tlioso , suffering from tlio above that they would bo 'fgreatlv relieved by Its use. I epouk not -my- fsself, but my whole family. Tonra rosppot- pally. . •• . J. M. F1LLMAN, Selma, Ala." '•'" "\Vo liave tested Its virtues, pcrsonallyianil •know that for Dyspepsia. BUlousnosss ami Throbbing is the bostir.o"ietno the worw over saw. Wo have tried forty othes romodtos betoro Simmons Liver KOKU- tor, but none of them g&vo us mote than temporary relief; but the Regulator not only relieved, but cured us.—Ed. Telegraph and Messenger, MaeoiVGn. • Bilious Colic. SIMMONS'LIVEH REGULATOR cured mo from onse ot lone standing Bilious colic after other medicines (ailed. I think It one of tho best family medicines I ever used. t "T. J. IiANIEK, Petersburg, Ya. ONLY GENUINE , Manufactured by J. H. Zollln, <& Co., Phlla., Pa. ., S—my23ood*wkly MEDA1, iPABIS, 1878. BAKER'S W. BASER ,& CO., _ Warranted absolutely purf Cocoa, from which Uie oxcasa of 'Olltas boon removed. IthoaWrea tlmaOie strtngth of Cocoa mlxoU with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and ifltheroforo far more economical, costing Ictn titan one cent a cup. It la dellcloua, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and admirably adopted for Invalids as woll as for persona In health. Sold by Grocers ot oryivliero. A MtBUiko at an Auction. They have a now and elegant U'ouHG and thoy arc still going to auctions. Thoy kcup tholr cyos open all the time and they examine every piooo of bvic-a-bra« they como across. They aro busy getting foai'gaina to add to tho beauty of tlvo estaljlishmont, and when, thoy don't sco anything fitted for tiio dining-room they look out for something to furnish the backyard with. Thoy toll yon the breakfast- rooin is i» rcilwoou ami tho staircases finished in cedar and the bannisters iiuiplo and tho kitehoh floor.' is brick, all in tho stvmo breath. Well, ho saw a lovely .'dinner sot 'at an auction ho tumbled into a few days ago. He thought to himself. "I'll get that, and tho wife' will bo delighted." There was a crowd, and whon tho set was put up ho bid for it. It went up and up and up, until It got to $40. Then only lie and another bidder tf ere in tho field. They had'it lively until it got up to $80, when his rival'weakened and tho aue- fcionecr'called out: : : "No: more, ma'amP Going, going, gone to Mr. Johnson at $80." Then the other bidder rose suddenly, took a Iqok, screamed; "My husband!" and fainted. Thoy arrange before they go -in the morning - now not to.hunt in • tho sifmo part of town.—San Franeisco Chronicle. Eastern apples are retailing at ints a pound in California. ten cents a potirul .JOSEPH JAJSKfiTT'S LIVERY STABLED FBONT STREET, BETWEEN ALBY AND HASTON, AUTO* UO.INO1 mvl'Uv TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BOOM. Partloslntendlng to buy Real Estate In tho city ol Alton or rleinlty will find It to their Interest to call at the office o£ Kudershausen A Sonntag and examine tholr list of properties for sale as only apart tnoroof Is adver- tleod. apSdwtt _ GREATEST "BARGAINS I —AT- Stanford & Dow's -Crockery Store. 203 Third St., nearly opp. Belle; The Finest and Best Porcelain Gups and Saucers, 60cperset, (Bsgular Price, 75pts.) Porcelain Plates 60e per t, and Porcelain Pitchers, 15 cts- to 60 cts- each. Platters and Vegetable Dishes in proportion. Best Quality Silver Plated Ware and Table Cutlery At Reduced Prices For a Few Days. jinjrldwtf___ ." W. F. ENSENGER, POWDER Absolutely Pure. 'Thin powder never varies. A marvel ol purity,'' strength wholoflonieueus. More economical' than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in competition with the multitude ol low test, short woloht, alnm phosphnto powders. SOLD OWI-Y IN OAKS. KOYAL BAKDfQ FOWDEB 00., 100 Wall St., N. Y. lanBdwly LA.TJE8T NEWS. William Slaughter, a loading livestock man of New Mexico, was assassinated near Socorro, Saturday. The Illinois Legislature Will probr ably continue in session until the middle of Juno. ; , Clnrenco A. Seward, of New York, is mentioned for Vice President on •'the Republican ticket for 188&. Lincoln and Seward would be two taking names for a ticket. David S. Fotheringham, of St. Louis, the express messenger, charged with complicity iii the Frisco robbery, filed a suit Saturday for $100,00,0 damages against tho Adams Express Co,,Wm. IT. Damsel and Robt. A. Pinkerton. • •' Governor Bodwell, of Maine, resembles "Boss" Tweed in face and figure, but he is so little of a boodler that ho says he would undertake to give New York as good a Capitol as it now has for one half the money the present one has cost. The butler of one of the foreign ministers recently took a r\m over to Baltimore, registered as the minister himself, accepted dinners and other social courtesies from some "first families," and now that his identity is revealeda ''horrid" sensation is in full bloom. ; . The property losses in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by the recent destructive hurricane are estimated at over &100,000. Much valuable timber was prostrated and many buildings were wrecked. The storm swept with great violence;over all of the thirteen counties in the Upper Peninsula, and scarcely a town or settlement escaped serious damage. The bill which has just passed both houses of the Illinois : Legislature, for the establishment' of sayings banks, combines the best provisions of the savings-bank laws of New York and Massachusetts. The interests of depositors; aro strongly guarded and the investment of bank funds restricted to tost class securities. The bill only awaits the signature of the Governor to become' a law. ' ; : •' ' HUNDREDS KILLED. turned and their occupants throw.n into tho water. Seven people arc* known to have boon drowned, anfl the riolice place the total number 6f lives. lost as high as fifteen. !1 •] '• • NINE BALLS. '.. . . Volcanic Eruptions and Earths quakes in Sonora. Seroral Towns Destroyed With Great Sacrifice of Human Mfo ' The "Wondorfnl Motor Discounts Kooly And Doeh Away With Steam. NKW YORK, May, 7.— After twenty years of study and experiment Mr. Albert Pietrowski, machinist, living in Tremont, has succeeded in inventing a new motor, which promises to revolutionize industry. by dispensing not only with station-^ tiry engines and boilers, but also with the consumption of coal. His motor is simple in plan and construction. It runs without fuel, occupies little room and may be built at merely a nominal cost compared with the cost of a steam engine. .The now motor consists 'of two hollow wheels, each pair revolving on the same axis, but in Apposite directions. ; Each wheel 5s provided with grooved compartments radiating from itiie centre to the cif cu'ni- ference. To ; put each pair of wheels in motion four iron .; balls of equal weight are put in the compartments of one and five into those of the other wheel; The ninth ball destroying : the equilibrium and .performing ttius its share of work on the .wheel is switched off into an empty compartment in the other and adds its weight to continue the: j evolution';' 1 : Each •ball 'in .turn performs 'tlie same and the two . wheels arc kept in motion until chectced by some arrangement. By using wheels of five feet diameter and balls of about 30 pounds in weight, 1,000 to 1,200 revolutions per minute, or a force amounting to four or five horse power may be ob- , tained. Tuis force may be increased to 100 and more horse power either by increasing the diameter ef the wheels and the weight of the balls or by increasing in due proportion the number of wheels. ! The great value of the new motor industry is that it will cost nothing for fuel to run it with, .will make no smoke and will need no engine room. One rnau is required to oil it. ; It runs at a uniform speed, the number of its revolutions per minute being always the same. It may easily be stopped by applying a brake, and it may be started any time" night or day, at a second's notice. You put your hand on a lever and the motor starts. Ingrain i Carpets ! :from 25c toSBcfier yard, tapestryiBrussels;from 50cto $l f pw'yard, Body, Brussels from, 90c to SMB'per^ard, Oil Cloths from 20c to 90c per yard. India Mattings from I5c to 55c peryard, JWe haye|Q ( Oidl(ick! Jo job Lots,!; APew antkCiean i llphojlstery Goods and Upholstering done. Agent for Awidnjgs. Cash prices diipifcjate St. Louis prices'/ at . AT— Stanford & Dow's Crockery Store, 2O3 Third St., nearly opp. Belle. FOB THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, .30c per [set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30o per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50o each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5c to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Handsome Glass Water Sets 90 cts. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sets, $15., Handsome Decorated Chamber Sots, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50oer set. Triple Plated Forks. SI.50 per set Plain and Decorative Paper ALl WOJVK raOMPTJUY ATTKNDED OX) AT V THBMB. OBJTIO1S AND BHO1? ON SECOND ST., NEAR PI AS A ALTON. . . . JUC/__^ Patents. To ny persons wishing to obtain lottur rmtont on now Inventions, improvements 'o deslKns.IwUlflzoeute drawings and speotn nations und make applications for Patonls All oouaultutlon, In pornon or by latte , freo LPCA8 I'FEIFPBNBBHGJiH, AUnn. HI. THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE iASSOIiTMENT of Cooking Stoves over brought to Alton. flUOK'S nUIIAIANT tho BEST GASOLINE STOVE 1 in tho nmrkot, saves time, labor and money. Tho favorite eummor atovu with al! (houso- ueopors. All Hlzus. Call and oxamloo. I uin also prepared to do lloontig, GuttoriniftSpoutingaud all kiuds of Tlii Work, al reasonable prices. DEGENHABDT, Q3U BAST BKOOeD STUEBT, WJSST ev IIHNRV. npaodwly A. J. JOHN BAUER, PILESVWtlHEUM ...7TII _,;T_"ji--;r.«. A new method of torn- A new method of f om< od, o* »fl«»»y. , and nt the omau ul . OHIttOQ. I'rtw »l. AND MAMUFAOTUIIEU OB 1 • ' FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, OPP. City Hall, ALTON, ILL All kinds of line and common furnltur oouvtuatly on liand. Also undertaker, uto. SAN FUANCISCO, May 7—The Call's Guaymas (Mexico) special to-night says:The earthquake of the 3d inst. started by a terrible volcanic eruption at Bavispe, destroyed Moctezuina. It killed 150 persons and ignitedthe woods. There were also twenty persons killed at Oputo by the falling of the buildings. Many people were injured at. Granadas and Gusabar, which tow.ns were almost completely destroyed. WATER BLESSINGS. TOCSON, Ariz., May 7—Another violent earthquake is reported in the San Jose mountains, forty miles south of Fort Huachuca, in Sonora. Gen, Foresyth has sent an exploration^party to investigate. The pafty has just returned from Santa Catalina mountains and report the. canons full of water. The water was brought to the surface by the earthquake. This ia a great boon for this section, as there are thousands of stores of good farming land at. the base of these mountains which only need water to make them valuable. Another good, effect of the earthquake is the opening of two largo gold veins which were discovered in tlie Santa Catallna mountains at a point where the whole side, of the mountain slid down. Several prospecting parties left to-day to locate claims. Fifteen Lives Lost. NEW Oiu.KA.N8, May 8—At noon to-day several thousand people .assembled on the river bank, he»d of Lizardi street, to witness tho baptism of 'several now converts in the river by Elder Williams, of Mount Zion Baptist church, colored. The baptizing was done in the shallow water of tho slip between two wharves. Along tho edge of^. one of those wharves ran a stout wooden railing. Crowded against this railing wore between 80 and 100 white and colored people, principally children under 13 years of ngo. Two thousand people occupied the remaining part of the wharves and In tho river several hundred people wore viewing the coro- monips from-skiffs, In tho inidst of the baptizing the pressure against the railing was no groat that it gave way, and about 100 people wore pro- oipltatod into the river. In the descent they struck a number of skiffs, und ton or llfteon of these wore over- Jfor Hale. Severn lots with good brick dwelling and outbuildings, in good repair, In Uppor Alton. Kuuklouoeof 0. fi. Collins, and known as the MorrlU property. WHU'l'tB * BM1LKV, Alton, or P. W. Collet, Upper Altou. <>"lir A TV r P17'1~\ AT ONOK, A UK- Wx*.^ JL JlljL'UAnLiK MAN" to tukuordvraforulioluo nuvBery Btook. Uood pay. Steady work. Outnt free. No oxjiu- rienoo needed. JAMK8 E, WHITNEY, — hursuryinan, Uoeliubtor, N.v, FOB THE BEST AGENTS FOR THE Cos . :••, . • • WARRANTED TOR FIVE -YEARS"" ''• THE UE.UBBBATED The New Through Line. WASHINGTON, D. C., May 7.—Baltimore parties who are close to the Baltimore and Ohio.Railroad management say that the deal with ^tho C. H. and D., Erie and Western and Atchison, Topoka and Santa Fe Kail- roads is practically completed, iind as soon as payment is made for the stock President Garrett will select certain of his Directors to be dropped out and.their places will bo filled by men named by the other companies. The roads will then be operated as a through line, it is understood here. Soon llavo Died. Barks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111: GENTS—I want to tell you what your White Pine Balsam has done for me, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while in Loadvillo, about Aug. 19. I had doctored '.constantly. I was so :bad 1 could not lie clown at night. I would just aa soon have died as to Jive in that condition. I took one bottle of your Balsam and am entirely cured. Have not even coughed for four days. Yours'truly, MRS. S. J. BARRACK. LITTLE aPiUCOTS. There is nothing so positive in its action in treatment of deranged Jivor, biliousness, heartburn, nervous and sick headache, as Little Apricot Pills, easy to take as sugar, so small, so pleasant. Try them, v It is no wonder that people complain of hard times when they pay a doctor bill every few mouths, amounting to several dollars, instead of keeping>ozi baud some reliable medicine like Burks' White Pine Balsam Ithat would cost them but 60o, and perhaps cure three or four colds. Sold by E. Marsh. BUUKS' WHITE PDNE BALSAM. It will be found equally efficacious m colds and coughs of long standing, relieving tho distress and restoring the throat to us normal state. For sale by K. Marsh, Altou, 111. inyiawlm In tho spring, hundreds of persons suffer from boils, carbuncles, anil other eruptive diseases. These are evidences that tho system is trying to purge itself of Impurities, and that it needs tho powerful aid which Is afforded by the uso of Ayer's Sorsaparllla. dwlw Belleville Tlii;esh.ers and En. giries; MoliM^iPibw Cjo's Plpws and (3ultivatorB and Pulverizing Harrows. ' • ' ' '' '' '•• ' '''"' ' E5IPIRE TWINE BmDE^S.-DROPPEES AND MOWEBS. laaaifiH r<> D±jrj.x\iJU J. fyj.l.^£y ^JJJ.1 jL/JUJ^vp,* a^j.vv/x x JLJJ.XO ^U-TO-/ jijtvy IT JUA*O. , HCauO^UaT tors for EOPION and' (JARSIINR OILS; ENGINE, CYLINDER and SIGNAL OILS;.STOCK, WELL and CISTERN'PDlltSj',fine line of COOKING STOVES; the DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVES. See our 810 BUGGY HARNESS. ! NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES,. . , $30. ,,We, ke^eixthe BEST GASOLINE'and BURNING ;.OILS on tap' and delivered to' any part .of the city. fll Cor. 3d THE BEST ON EARTH! '' ' '' ' •'•V Warranted 20 BBEECHALOANO ,$16 to $30. J.H.BOOTH, THE SUBSCKIBB • . ; ' , ;.,. ,,-r ! • •! • J ' - .. .:, ,, • ...I- , ••-* -\ j" By mail or delivered, t Oixly ; JtepubUoan Pally'm '"' '__ .Madison county ' ' ' '^___ , J. SUITER & SON, DBADWEfl IM cooraioN A Fall and Complete Stock Al' ''' ' DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A \ >UU KUKNlf UBE 1100M8 AEK ON State Street, ropp, -Third, 1ALTON.1ILL. •ptdwir Secoftd and; Third, '.- ..... '»»« Between ' MOST OONVKNIKNT DINp^O .BO()M IN 1 TOK OIT Y. ' ' QOOti 'iAJJtB A.JttJ ' BONABUi »U '£ /V f.v , 4 'Vv.J'. ifj

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