Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 13, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, May 13, 1887
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ALTON.LL t ,PKIPAY NUMBER 296. MAY l, 1887. VOLUME 26. A. J. HO WELL, -DEALEHJJIN- ftjRMTljREI BILIOUSNESS Stoc CONSTANTLY ON 1IAND. ALL OBDKP UPHOLSTERING Neatly and promptly executed. • Belle St., bet. Third and Fourth. ||, -.. ,•...«&. •>,„.. •..,!< —uVLSO— . I RRSIDENOE COR. SJATE 4 SEVENTH STS JOHN BAUER, ^DEALEEIN AND IIANOI-AOTDKEB I : , " Of .••.-.' FURNITURE. IH AN AiWiSOTtoN Of THE LIVEH, AND CAN BE THOnOUQULY CURED BYTHE GUAND BEUULATOH OF TUB LIVHU AND I; BIUABY OHQANS. irtng from Sick Ueadacho and BU- ni.°^. n . a ^Hrn to the nbovo for yoaria ^o. y . ngi y arlous remedies, my only *™?n lu ft 0 u§0 o£ SIMMONS LIVER ?i5J B 5-whloh never fulled to relieve suffarin'iiwSJ 1 ?. 11 " 1 ' nndl oan assure those KrehtivfLH m i h .. 0ttbove that they would bo « Utr 1n I r» 01 &. <S ? 0 %^: Ia "y< J. M. FILLMAN, Solma, Ala." kno V ^ 0 fh a ,T e « t08toa Us virtues, personally,arid: rhrobbhjg neadaoh P °r la ' B " lonsnaal "' ttnd SECOND STREET, , 0 Liver KOKU- tnttn ; but the Regulator not only '* 1 - ™' m ™* . City Hall, ALTON, ELI, All Kinds ol nne and common fornltnr constantly oa hand. Also uudertaketveto" aoafldwlw GREATEST BARGAINS I -AT-Stanford & Bow's Crockery Store 208 Gfihlrd St., nearly opp. Belle. The Finest and Best Porcelain Cups and. Saucers, c 60cperset, (Regular Prloe, 7Scts.) Porcelain Plates ,60o per cts. and Porcelain PitcUdrs, 15 i .. jctSnto 50 cts- each, i , • > ' Platters and .Vegetable Dishes in,proportion. Best Quality Silver Plated Ware and Table Cutlery At Reduced Prices For a Few Days. myidwtf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, JREAJD L.IST OP BARGAINS ',' ' • -ATC. A, Schlueter's Agency. For Salo, cheap,cor. of 7th and Alton sts.: frame dwelling, 3 rooms and collar, rents for $10 per month. For Sale or Bxchangoe—100 acres, 85 In cultivation, 2X miles northeast of Fostorburg. at a bargain. "' For sale—Five-room brick house, story and a bay, corner Eighth and Moolmnlo street. Can be hod at a bargain. Good ,property to rone* • . . .••--••._.• One 0-roora now house, with cellar, cistern and cool House. Lot 60 by 110 on flth and Market stB. For sale—one 8-room house anoVone 3-roora house, 9th and Market sts. Lot 60 by 110: good cistern and coal house, at a bargain. For salo—15 acres In Nortn Alton with good orchard, barn and plenty of water. For sale—660 acres Improved farm with good house and stables In WooOson county, Kansau. JI.R. runs across from Fort Scott to Wichita, 6 miles from county seat, Forsalo—76 acroa partly bottom land. Improved farm, near Dorsoy, with plenty of good buildings on same. for sale-^io pieces of valuable property with good houses, In this city. For sole or exchange—A nfoo little cottage In Bethalto, with 'plenty of ground, stable and good water on promises. IIForsalooroxobango-Two sections of B.K. timber land In So. Missouri, 1W> miles from St. Loula.on the Iron Mountain H. H., at a bargain. For sale or exchange, 3 acres of ground; on Main St., adjoining Mayor.Oopplngor's on the Billons Colic. t REGULATOR cured mo ntiior'^o'^i". '" U 5 "jtandlng Bilious collo after boat fSfn 10ln °5.* allod V r think It one of the Dost family medicines I ever used. "T. J. LANIER, Petersburg, Va. ONLV GENUINE T ii rw .Manufactured by J. H. Zeilin, & Co., Pliila., Pa. • . 8—my23eod*wkly —UAL.IJ AT— Stanford & Dow's Crockery Store, 2O3 Third St., nearly opp. Belle. ..•••• FOB TIIE _• LOWEST PRICES; t»ood Cups and Saucers, 30c per set. Good 8-inch Plates, 30c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5c;tb 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass/Gbblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. .-;(,-.Fruit Dishes, 5c to. 75c each. Handsome Glass Water Sets 90 cts. Beautiful Decorated English Din- •erSets, $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber Sets, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per set. Best, quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 oer set. Triple Plated Forks. 81.50 per set THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT BEST GASOLINE STOVE! m,l f enma ^ ket> 8aveB tlmo - labor ""1 money. aiiefavorltosuramor stove with al) lliouse- keepers. All sizes. Call and examine. I am also prepared te do Roofing, Guttering.S pouting and : all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGENHARDT, 6 3»B ' ifiiTu noon WEST eir HENRY. ap30dwly W. Jb\ ENSINGER, For salo or exchange—5 sootlons of pralrlo land in Orobket county, Texas. Wfll soil cheap. Suitable for any forming purposes. Throe acres adjoining Dr.Roberts on north. , Five lots on Dry st, adjolnlng/r/homas Biggins' residence ou tho oust. One and a half lots In Hawloy's addition. -ri One and a half lots In BuoUy 1 s addition. R 1 Any of tho above property con bo bought Jj,»t umugaln. '"•I also represent the Buffalo *t German Fire Insurance Co., '' Buffalo, N. Y., one of the best I companies in the TT. S> And other good Companies in Vliddition. C. A. SCHLUETER, Qpoe| in my New Building on Second street. ( ( , niohUdw Plain and Decorative Paper »U WORK ~P^V AWKNDED TO AT OVFIOK AND SUOf OK SBCOND ST., NEAR PIAS-A ALTON, . . . Now when tho bud»bonln to show, 'Til tlmo for young and old to know \ That t'mn, Lcuiltuittuail IJlLo Ills at Jnilgeiliont call, ./1th every trouble, nolle or pain, _ That follow! In the/Kltoui wTil (cotter llko the'thlevei or night Before s dr&ught of Sollier bright, T. L, FOULDS & CO., ATENTION I The Pickle Factory wishes to make contracts for • For Bale. • Tho Woodrool property. A a etory framu Iboiuo ol 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton streets, IB i room frauio house on fifth Btrnot. •____ Wmi'l'US ft BMILKY. , thli I.OPOI, of t lilsin oil! n>t« Ionadveitblng*pw«\vhon In Clilctjo,viill'l ntt 'I or •!(• -J Forl'lokla purposos. Will pay 4flo, BOO mid eoo puv busliol tor UiicuntberB not loniter thnu 4 ln..S In. and if In., In K ood aliape. Wi tnko nil tliut can be nilaoci, wliothor by oontniot or not. _ myOdwlm *«"W A TVnPTTT* AT ONOM. A UK- W A.** LJJJUUABLB KIAN" to take orUoi's for choice nursery stock. Good pay. Steady work. Outfit free. No experience needed. JAMBS K. WIIITNBV, hurooryinau, Rooliobtor, N.V. Miss Elizabeth Granger celebrated uer 102d birthday at Pittsfield, Mass., last Sunday. Disastrous floods are reported along St. John's river, in the Province of New Brunswick. Bud McKee was killed by lightning while riding on horse-back near Jlliopolis, Illinois, Tuesday. lion. James G. Blaino, accompanied by his wife and two daughters, will sail for Europe June 8. fgSenator John Sherman announces that he will address the Republicans at Springfield, 111., June 1. Hostilities are threatened between Austria and Montenegro, armed forces on both sides being reported ready for action. The Roche-Winston Drainage bill, for. Chicago, passed the Illinois House of Representatives yesterday and now goes to the Senate. Mrs. Azetha Douglas celebrated her 101st birthday at Omaha, Sunday. She is as bright and active as a woman of 50, says a local paper. The statue of James A. Garfield was unveiled with appropriate ceremonies at Washington, yesterday, by the Society of the Army of the Cumberland. The latest news in the Baltimore and Ohio deal is that Jay Gould is to take a $6,000,000 hand in it. It is a poor railroad deal that Mr. Gould has no part in. Chloe Robinson, the woman who whipped a 6-year-old child to death near Montezuma, Iowa, has been sentenced to three years in the Fort Madison Penitentiary. Royalty received some hard shots in the house of commons yesterday, in the discussion of a motion to grant the Duke of Connaught a furlough to attend the the Queen's jubilee ' A disastrous collision occurred on the Brighton railway, near Melbourne, Australia, Wednesday. The engineer, stoker, and three passengers were killed and fifty others injured, some fatally. Joseph Bussier and Joseph Gaston fell into an old well at St. Sauvier, Canada, Wednesday, and were drowned. Two other men attempted their rescue and one of them, Frayans Bussier, also fell in and was drowned. The Prince of Wales stood sponsor to the enormous Cape Diamond -exhibited in London last Thursday, and christened "The Imperial. " It is much larger than the Koh-i-noor, and it is estimated to be worth 85 000,000. Congressman W. L. Scott, of New York, is reported to have bought large bituminous coal mines in Illinois and Iowa, that he may be able to retain his hold on the coal (trade of the Northwest in spite of the Inter-State Commerce law.' The steamer Benton, plying between Singapore, Penang, and Malacca, was run into about midnight March 29 by the steamer Fair Pen- ang and sank in half an hour. Of the 200 persons aboard only flfty are know to have been saved. Most of those lost were natives. Colonel "Nick" Smith, who married a daughter of Horace Greeley, now dead, was at once time called tho handsomest man in America. Ho Is now about 50 years old, and is a .true son of Kentucky, for he can hit a ten-cent piece at fifteen -paces, with a revolver, wine times out of ton. Old settlers in Wisconsin say this is the driest season there for 40 years. Wells have'failed, the earth is like ashes, fields and pastures have become sandy, and the wheat crop will be a failure unless rain speedily falls. J At Pittsburg, Wednesday, Miss Fannie Hill was refused a license to marry W. I. Lavolle, convicted Tuesday of robbing Panhandle freight cars. All efforts to secure his release on a new trial failing, she will wait till the expiration of his term and then become his wife. Tho Illinois State Sabbath school Convention at Dccatur elected tho following officers for tho ensuing year: Jerome R. Gorin, of Decatur, President; R A. Bristol, of Paris, Secretary; W. B.Jacobs, of Chicago, Statistical Secretary, and II. W. Hare, of .Chicago, Treasurer. Reports from oiglity seven counties show a not gain of 141) Sabbath schools and a gain in membership of • J IIOUSK SPUINQFIKLU, 111., May 12—In the House this morning the Soldiers' and bailors' Home appropriation bill for ordinary expenses, and improvements, and appropriating $380.500 therefor was read a second time and advanced. The following bills were passed: To organize the city of Chicago into a draining district and authorizing the construction of a cutoff ditch from the Desplaines River to Lake Michigan; appropriating 85,225 to pay amounts due owners of auimals that were slaughtered by order of State authorities on account of disease, allowing $2,000 to John B. Tucker, of Hardin county, for injuries sustained during the war of the rebellion; appropriating 835,051 to James Lillie for damages sustained on account of the failure of the State of Illinois to perform a contract with him dated September, 1879, for the construction of the Kaakakee Insane •Asylum. SENATE. In the Senate the bills appropriating 8136,000 to the Illinois Asylum for Feeble Minded children, at Lincoln, was taken up and passed. The special order for the day was the consideration of the report of the investigating committee on State printing. On motion, further consideration was postponed until next Tuesda}' morning. The House bill prohibiting- bookmaking and pool-selling was taken up,and it was discovered that where- evcr the word "pools" occurred in the written bill, some one had inserted an "s," making the bill read "spool or spools." The word w^is changed back to "pool." By unanimous consent and with an amendment the bill was ordered to a third reading. The House Anti-boycott bill was read a first time and advanced. The 810,000 deficiency bill, on second reading, was advanced to third: -reading. • Senator Higgins fought to amend by striking out 8lO,OOQ ; aud inserting 86,500. ' The motion was lost. The Committee on Agriculture reported that the House Stock Yards bill had a majority report recommending that it do not pass, and a minority report favoring it. A motion was made to substitute the minority for the majority report, which failed to carry. The State Fair bill was" reported, recommending that the Senate recede from its quadrangular amendment, and leave the. bill as .it originally came from the House, and recommended its passage. The bill was ordered placed on the calendar. The Revenue bill, which has, been on the calendar aa a special order was taken up and Senator Hill moved .to amend by substituting, the Revenue 1 Commission report for the report of the Senate Revenue Com mittee. The Senate then adjourned. Ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per yard Tapestry Bruss6ls]from 50c to $1 per yaiil Body Brussels from i90c to $1,25 per yard. Oil Clolhs from 20c tp 90c der yard, India Mattings from ;!5c to 55c per yard. We have No Old Stock! No Job Lots! All New and Clean! WL PIPES Upholstery Goods aiid Upholstering done Agent for Awnings. Cash priqes, I will gladly duplicate St..Louis prices. Ca.ll at A. NEERMAMN'S, ?ito FOK|.THE IN •as THE AGENTS FOR TB^ co^i '~ ®mi TOI WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. V •Vll.-, 1' I'ij-i THE CELEBUATED ..• , .; „ , Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow CO'B Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Earrows. ,. _ Ljm . ESIPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPERS AND" TION .GASOLINE STOVES. H ijre- , NEW HOME SEWING MACHs RnR^?Mo ee ATro C BEST GASOLINE and ' BURNING OILS ;on tap and delivered .to auypart^of the city. Planing mill at St. Louis. ST. Lours, May Jfi—Fire was dis^ covered in the planing mill of Schulenberg & Boechler's lumber yard this morning at 6 o'clock, and before it was extinguished the planing mill, machinery and a quantity of raw lumber was destroyed. Loss, $55,000: insurance, $-15,000. Soon Hare Died. Burks Medicmo Co., Quincy, 111: QEHTS—I want to tell you what your White PinoJBalsara has dono for mo, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while in Loadvillo, about Aug. 49. I had doctored 'constantly i was so bad 1 oould 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 and am entirely eared. Have not even coughed for four days. ITours truly, ' - MHS. S. J. BAKRA.CK. LITTLE APRICOTS. Tlioro is nothing so positive in its action in treatment of deranged Jiver, biliousness, heartburn, norvous 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 handsome reliable medicine like Burks' White Pino Balsam (that would cost them but 60o, and perhaps cure three or four oolds. Sold by M. Marsh. BUKICS' WHITE PINE BALSAM. It will be found equally ollloiicious in colds and coughs of Jong standing, relieving the distress and restoring the throat to its normal state. For sale by K. Marsh, Alton, III. mylawlm fll. JOfllTON Mf ABE CO. Cor. 2d and Statesk, - ... ALTON,ILL. THE BEST ON EAKTH! BOSS FILLED WATCHES, FromJ&JLS to $50. Warranted 20 Years From $16 to $30. J. H. BOOTH SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ALTOI m. fflEBBAPH, lOfi Per By mail or delivered, Only Republican Dail7 in ____Madison county III the spring, lutnclrmls of persons suffer from boils, carbuncles, mid othor oruptivn diseases. These are ovidonoo.s that tlio system is trylug to purge itself of Impurities, and time it needs tho powerful aid which Is afforded by the ugo of Ayor's Sarsaparllla. Uwlvy Patents. To ny ponons wishing to obtain lottui filttont on now Invontlona, tinprovomeiits o aonlgnt, I will ozeauto drawlnss und upeoin jiUlona and make applloutlona (or I'uUmt* All oousultutloji, in poi'MOu or by lutte , free Ll'CAS HI. J. SUTTER & SON, JEA1XCE8 IN PINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Pull and Complete Stock Always on llaud. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. •iVK FUUNITUIIK 11OO1I8 AIUC ON State Street,' opp, Third, ALTON,-ILL. •PSUwlV E. J. PENIFOLD, Prop. PIASA STBEET, Between Second and Third, Alton, 111. MOST CONVKN1KNT DINING ROOM IN TUB Ol'lT, UOOU TAI1LE AND KKA- SONAUI.K UATKS, CALL AND JIE CONV1NCKD. Xi, J.'. ''<^

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