Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 11, 1887 · Page 1
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ILL., TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 11, 1887. 3. HOWfitL, AFu Swai CONSTANTLY ON WAND. ALL OBDKP UPHOLSTERIUQB Neatly and promptly executed, Belle st,, bet. Third and Fourth. 11B8IDKNO|!.J3,QB,.8TATB4BKVBNTH STS , 0( ANDMANOFAOTCBKB SECOND STREET, Opp. City All kinds of constantly on h ALTON, i ILL , common facoltar .undert&ker, etc.... GREATEST BARGAINS I Stanford > —AT'!; • v Crockery-. Store. B^tPbrcelain ... Jtfcttm *N Bgular Porcelain Plates 60c per t, nnd Porcelain'Pitchers, 15 v bts- 'to 50 eta. each. ' Placers jind"VegeJ&fcle Dishes ''•'•'•' in 1 proportion. (• Best, .auality 'Silver Plated Ware .and Table Cutlery , At Reduced Prices For a Few Days. -'. ' rnyidwtf REAllE|pTiFQR^LE. ' I I-'.'",. Ji-}.•'-: ±^''"•1 ' , ':• '••'-'•' ' BARGAINS },..;- ;; _ .-ATC, A, Schlueter's Agency. For Sale, cheap, cor. of. 7th arid Alton .sts.;. frame dwelling, {103410 and collar, rente for JlOpermpnth. •.'.•• " ' '" *"' For Sale or Gxonangoo—100 acres, 65 in-ou}- : tivatlotvSX tulles 1 northeast ot Fofltorburg, at a bargain. .-. .. _ .,, For sale—Flye-roombrlok bouse, sfory and a halt, corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Can be bad ac a. bargain. Good [property to rent. '<•:•. : •. ...•' : . '• ' " .• •. - '• '" .. One 0-room new house, with collar, Qlstern and coal bouse. Lot 50 by 110'oji Oth and Market sta. For sale—one 8-roptn house anyone 3-,room bouse, 9tU< and Market sts, Lot ISO by 110; good olBMrnCw»d.oOBJ T house,,at.RbBiK(te. For Bale—1£> acres in North Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water, i ... For ealOT-560 acres impravod form .with, good house and.stables in Woodson county, Kansas. ;B,H. runs across from Fort Scott to Wichita,6miles from county seat, -. • Forsulo—75 acrna partly bottom .land,, improved farm, near Doreoy, with plenty of good buildings oij eame. , . For sole—10 piedea ol valuable property with good bouses, in this city. . , For »ale or exchange—A nice little cottage, in Uethalto, .with plenty of ground, stable and good wutor on premises. I IForsalp or exchange—Two soetlous of.B.U. timber land in Se. Missouri, 160 miles from St. Louis on. the Iron Mountain B. &., at a bargain. . For 8ftlB.ore)cobange ( S acres otero«n(Jl on Main •t., 1 aojomlngMayor,Oopplngor'8 on the vast. • • -• ••'.••:•• ;•'••• For Bale or exchange—8 sootlous ot prairie land in Crocket county, iTojcoa;: .'Will sell: cheap. Suitable for any farming purposes. Throe acres adjoining Dr.Boberta on north. Five lota on Dry St., adjoining/Thomas Big- gins'rosldunco.onthe ooit.- • . ; One and a half lots in Hawlay's addition. One and a bait lots in Slielly'a addition. Any of tho above property, con bo, bought at a bargain. , . I also represent the Buffalo German I|ire Insurance Co-, Buffalo, N. Y., one of the best companies in the IT. S> And other good Companies in addition. ___ C* A, SCHLUETER, Oflaoel in my New Building on Second street. mohUdw Kow when tho kudo bfgln TU Umo for youug anil , old to Icixow t >;That *Vwr«, io»«((«d«anil Vor Bale. Tho Woodroot pronorty. A 8 story House o( 8 room*, onVilth and Alton streets, a BILIOUSNESS IH AN AFFKOTtOS OF THE UVEB, AND CAN BB TUOnOUQHl/y flUKBD il.¥ TUB GUANDBEUULATpilOB 1 THfl AND 1IILIAHY ORGANS. loiill suffering from siok Hoadaobo and Biliousness; "Have been a victim to the abovo for years ana, affor trying various remedies, my only SJOOOBS was tn the use of SIMMONS LIVER JUiGULATOB,-which n«iv.r failed to relieve moln twelve hours; and I can assure those guttering from the above ,thnt they would be Kreatlv relieved by its use. I spoil ' whole family. Youri , ... J. M. F1LLUAN, Selma, Afa.V self, but tny'wiioleTanul fully, • " — - . jak not my Tours respect-. the world ever saw.' We have tried forty pthCB remedies before Simmons Liver UOKU- tor, but none of them gave nil mote than temporary relief! but the Regulator not only relieved, but cured us.—Ed. Telegraph and Messenger, Maoon. Qa. A BlUou»~ColIe. SIMMOM8 1 MVBB BEGUfcATOB cured me from case pt Jong standingBUIouB colic after other medicines failed.»I tbiiikttoueof the beet family mefllolneu I ever ueeO. "T. J. LANJBB, Petersburg, Va. ONLY «,«„,„«.,« Manufactured by- J. H. Zeilln, & Co., Fhlla., Pa. 8—ray23ood twkly Stanford & Dow's, Crockery Store, 2O3 Third St., nearly, opp. Belle. FOB THE LOWEST PBIOBS; ''GoOd'Cups and Saucers, SOoper set. Good 8-inch, Plates, 30c per set. Meat Dishes,* 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to SQqieach. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. , Fruit Saucers, »!Qc per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Handsome Glass Water Sets 90 cts. Beautiful Decorated,..English' Djn- aer Sete,.'616; •;••'•' Handsome^; Decorated ^Chamber Sets, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 ner set. Triple Plated Forks.-Sl.50 per set THE ;IiA.BGE8IAND MOST v COMPJUKTE ASSORTMENT of Cooking 'Stoves ever brought to Alton. BUCK'S BRILLIANT tuo BEfTrGRSOLINE STOVE! in the ; market, sayeB time, labor and money. Tuo Isvarlto euiuinor stove with al! Ihouso- beepera. All alzes. Call aud examine, lam also prepared to do Roofing:, Gutterlngr.S pouting and - fall kinds of Tin "Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGBNHABDT, 032 EAST 8ECOBD8TBKKT, FIFTH UOOH WKST «F HENBY. ' •_ ap3Qdwly Paiitog, Glazing, Plain and Decorative 1U WORKPEOMPTLTfATTMMDEP.TOAT LOW«STTWBM8, OXFIVK AHp BHOP ON SECONiD ST., NB4R PIASA ALTON. ... T, L, FOULDS& CO,, ATE1NTION ! The Pickle Faqtory wlsuen to make contracts for ClICOMiUS ForPlokle pnrno«e«. Will pay We, BOo and 80o per buahol for Uuoumhora not longer than 4 In.,8 In. andain.,lnuoodehapo. Will take all that can bo raised, whether by contract or not. mytldwlm "WANTED fc T AB«A« take oidera lor choice nuriery atook, Good nay. Steady work, Outflt free.' No experience needttli J ASIK8 K. WU1TOM Y/', upWdlui Nu»oryiua.n, UoohobWv, N.Y. 1/ATI38T NB\V8. A conllagratiou in Lebanon, N. II., yesterday t destroyed $300,000 worth of property in tho business center of the town. A rumor is published in London —probably not true—that the Government is preparing prison accommodations for tue Parnell members of Parliament. Governor Hill, of New York, has vetoed the bill recently passed by the Legislature for a convention to umend the State. Constitution. Editor O'Brien got into New York after a rather stormy experience, and announces his intention to lecture in the United States after his Canadian visit. Strong efforts are being made by the United States government to introduce the parcels post interchange system .with all the other American governments. Richard Raebiger, of Shelby county, Illinois, who was recently released from a German prison on request from the American government, has arrived home. Two barb-wire fencing manufactories failed in Chicago yesterday— the firm of Sherman & Marsh,. with liabilities amounting to $448,000, with assets amounting to $256,000; and the firm of Schnabel & Co., with liabilities amounting to $303,000, and assets $183,000. Secretary Endicott has greatly changed of late. Formerly .he was inaccessible to any one who did not support a coat of arms. Now he can be reached about as easily as the President. Nobody seems able to explain the phenomenon. The Rev. Dclos M. Tompkins, who a few years ago was pastor of the First Methodist church of Freeport, III.,-was shipwrecked last mouth,with his family, off the island of Corsica. They saved their lives, but lost all their property. Many passengers perished. Mr. Tompkins was returning home from southern India, where he had been principal of the NamiTel college. CartliivUlft Election. CAULiNvrr-LE, 111., May 10—The city election, the first under the general law, took place to-day. A large vote was polled. Dr. C, J. Fisher (Democrat)was elected Mayor; V. H. Siegel (Democrat), Treasurer; Maj. F. H Chapman (Republican), City Attorney : Win. Behrens (Republican), City Clerk; L. D. Blockberger (Democrat), Police Magistrate. Farm Sold. . HILI.SDOIIO, 111.,.May 10—One of the largest farm.sales that has occurred in this county for some years was consummated and papers filed in the recorder's office to-day. The sale was that of Robert J. Hunter's farm, in Gresham and Walshville townships, to John E. Prange, of Mti Olive, 111. The farm contained 518 acres, and sold for a consideration of $22,000, or about $45 per acre. Ool. Bolton sent to Joliet. CHICAGO, 111., May 10.—Col. W. II. Bolton, who did gallant service as commander of Bolton's battery in the civil was, was, finally removed from the city this evening to the Joliet penitentiary. He has for sometime been under sentence for two years for embezzling large sums collected by him as chief of the mailing division in the Chicago post office. Soon Have Died. Burks Medicine Oo,, Qulncy, 111: GENTS—! want to tell you what your White Fine Balsam has done for me, I had a cough for three long mouths, contracted while in Leadville, about Aug. 49. I had doctored .constantly. I was so bail I could not lie down at night. I would just as soon have died as to. live in that condition. I took OUR bottle of your Balaam and am entirely cured. Have not even coughed (or four days. Yours truly, MK8. S. J. BAHRACK. LITTLE APRICOTS. Thoro is nothing so positive In its action in treatment of deranged Jivor, billouauoss, heartburn, nervous and sick headache, as Little Apricot Pills, easy to take us sugar, so small, so pleasant. Try thorn. It is no wonder that people complain of hard times when they, pay a doctor bill every few months, amounting to Buvoral dollars, instead of keeping on hand somo reliable medicine like Burks' White Pino Balsam ituat would cost thorn hut 60o, and perhaps cure throe or four oolds. Hold by E. Marsh. BUKK8 1 WHITE PINE BALSAM. . It will be. found equally efficacious m colds and coughs of long standing, relieving the distress and restoring the throat to its normal state. For Bulo by B. Marsh, Alton, 111. myldwlm In the spring, hundreds of persona suffer from boilt, carbuncles, and other eruptive discuses. These aro evidences that the system la trying to purge Itself of Impurities, and that it needs tho powerful md which Is afforded by the u«o of Ayor'tt Sarsaparllln. ilwlw KUMBER 293. -', 111., Muy 10—In tho Senate this morning the bill to regulate the price of telephones was taken up for consideration as a spedal order. Amendments wore offered by Senator Stcphenson,liiriiting the price per month to $3, ami should the toll system be adopted the price not to exceed $0 per month. Tlie amendments were adopted.and the bill was advanced to third reading. Senator Hogan moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill to prohibit the playing of base ball on Sunday was referred to Committee onfLicense and Miscellany. A mo tion to lay on the table was lostyand the bill was taken from the committee and placed on the oider of first reading. Tho bill to regulate the practice of medicine in the State of Illinois was taken up for further consideration. The bill provides that no one can practice in the State without a certificate from the State Board of Health, which certificate shall cost applicant $5 and shall go into the treasury of the board. Examinations of non-graduates are to be made by the board, and the fees for each shall by $25 for examination in medicine and surgery and $10 for an examination in midwifery only. The bill wag on third reading passed by a vote of 83 to 8, HOUSE. . The following bills were passed in the House to-day: A bill to amend the act in relation to chancery practice; a bill to regulate the manufacture,, transportation and sale of explosives and to punish an improper use of the same; a bill to appropriate §10,000 as a deficiency toward the State printing until July next; a bill to prevent alien landlords from including the payment of taxes in the rent of farm lands as a part of the rental'; a bill for an act to prevent, and punish boycotting and blacklisting; a bill to provide for the raising and the management of a firemen's pension fund. The resolution requiring the State Board of Live-stock Commissioners to, investigate as to the extent of pleuro-pneumonia.in the State; and make inquiry as what -means•'have been taken to exterminate • it, was acted upon'and adopted. House,bill No.;209, relating to verdicts, of juries Mn civil cases, was taken tip on third reading; and passed by vote of 28 to 7. Resolutions of condolence were read sympathizing with Senator Funk over the loss of a suit of clothes. A list of all the Senators was attached thereto, with five cents marked opposite their names, to assist the Senator in procuring another suit. The resolutions were unanimously adopted. Illinois Dentists JACKSONVILLE', 111., May , 10.—The State Dental Association began a four-days session in this city today with a good attendance. Dr.: W. T. : Magilli of Rock Island, is President.-and Dr. J. W. Washall, of Chicago^ Secretary. the bejt and aafeBtWaah- ing OomponndknoTO. . Dlrnp^r) MAKES : Shorter Hours For, Women, It.roduoea bettar retnlts with a greater saving of Tlmo ami in Watting inj Homo- cleaning, than anything jet invented. WaibyoirD ware, Windows, Ourtaltio, Jewelry, Silver, In faot everything, with It, Try It In the Bith, and note Ita Superiority over Snap llewaroofJmltatloiu. -The Qenulnq ohrayi bchri the tlxivo Bymlwl anil uupiq of JAJ11SS 1>VI,E E *m MBHlK 1 PEARllNEDIDJf Mow York. NOTICE- To all whom it may concern '• That an ordinance In relation to permitting animals and geoao to run at large, nasaod In she City Council, Nov. IB, 1883. will hereafter bo strictly enforced. Owners of stook will ploato read Hoctlons one and nlne.of uuld or- dlmuico horowlth publlahod: SEC. 1. Tlnu lioraua, cuttle, swine, sheep, ;oatB and geese, running at large In the oltv :if Alton, ho, and they are hereby doolarod a public nuisance. WHO. P.. That hereafter every owner of any goose or goose, or anv animals aforosiilu, who aim;I permit or sutler tho sumo to run at large within tho ulty of Alton, shall forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars, nor IODB thun one dollar lor ouou such oltonoo with coats of prosecution. JA001J KUI1N, 10 8 City Marshal, 200 BAGS HIGGJCNS' FUREKA FINE SAIL for Dairy and Table Use, Iu514 lb. linen Httcks and 50 Ib. wacka. for sale by J. A. RYRIE. MAY 1, 1887. Ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per yard, Tapestry Brussels'from 50c to$l per yard; Body Brussels from 90c to $1,25 per yard. Oil Cloths from 20c to 90c oer yard, India Mattings from I5c to 55c per yard; We have No Old Stock! No Job lots! All New and Clean! UpHolstery Goods and Upholstering done. Agent for Awnings, Cash prices I will 1 gladly duplicate St. Louis, prices. Call at FOB THE BEST BU6fG¥ IN AGENTS FOR THE .".as? y Sleel Gear WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEABS- TIIEOKLEBUATED Studebaker farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and En- ; ginesj Moline Plow Go's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. , EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS.^ Headquar tera for EUPION and CARMINE OILS; ENGINE, CYLINDER an SIGNAL OILS; STOCK, WELL and CISTERN:, PUMPS; fine line of COOKING STOVES; the DANGLER and PERFECTION GASOLINE STOVES.; See our 810 BUGGY HARNESS.: NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, $30. We keep the , BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS on tap and delivered to any, part of the city. . . mm. Cor. 2d and State sts., ALTON, HL. THE BEST ON BOSS FILLED WATCHES, From J18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BKEECH-LOADITO GUNS. From $16 to $30. H ROOTf-T THE ^EADINfc - OUV.in, JEWELER . raylBdwlv' SUBSCEIBE H?OR THE ,10cPer By mail or delivered, OnlyiEepublican Daily in Madison _county___ J. SUTTER & SON, IN FINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Fall and Complete Stock AJ- OH Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. vJUU KUUNITUIUJ ItOOMS AUK ON State Street,) opp, Third, ALTON, ILL, E. J. PENIFOLD, PIASA STREET,- Between Second and Third, Alton, 111- MOST OONVKNIKNT DINING HOOlf IN TIIK 01TY. QOOD TAI114B AND UBA- 80NABLB KATK8, OALt AND UK OONVIMOBD,

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