Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 14, 1887 · Page 1
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: t'<(i , ?<"} . <*«, ALTON. ILL., SATUJRPAY EVENING. MAY 14,. 1887, i; CONSTANTLY OK WAND. ALL OBDBP I fa^ I Neatly and promptly executed. • Belle st. t bet. Third and Fourth f) ONftfiBTAKEB. RESIDENCE COR. STATE A SEVENTH ST8 RATJER, IN AND UANOyAOTUBEB FURNITURE, SECOND; STREET, |Opp. City Hall, ALTON. VLLi i AU klndsl of fine and common fornltur | constantly oi» hand,- Also undertaker, etc. H . 1~n* -k * «___ GREATEST BARGAINS I \ —MS- 1 Stanford & Dow's Crockery Store 203 TlOird st,, nearly opp. Belle. The Findat and Best'Porcelain Cuni an<i; Saucers, S 60cpei] set, (Regular Price, 75et8.) Porcelain Plates 60c per cts. , .. ,.-Platters and ^egetablet Dishes The Importance of purifying the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pure Wood :you cannot enjoy good health. At tills season nearly.every ono needs a good medicine to' purify, yitallze^atkehrich tlio blood, 'and via ask you to'*lry tto'od's PArMlliar Sartaparllla. It strengthens rc^uiiai mA DUll(ls up tho systenii creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, •while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination,, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies • used give to Hood's Sarsaparllla pecul- T« I+» A I« lar curative powers. No I O IIS6IT other medlclnenas such arecprd of wonderful cures. If you have niade up your mind to buy Hood's SarsaparUla dp not be Induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparlll4is sold By all druggists. Prepared by 0.1; Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. IPO Doses One Dollar Plated 'Ware and Table Cutlery At Redaced-Pricies For a Few Days. _ ; _ . myldwtt REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. —UALJj AT— Stanford & Dow's Crockery Store, 203 Third St., nearly opp. Belle. roii THE * LOWESi PRICES; Good Gups and Saucers, 30c per set. Good 8-inch Plates,-80c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c...'.to 1 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5e to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. 'Fruit Saiticersj 1 lOc per set. .'E'ruit'tiis'hes,"5c to 75c each. Handfiom6 ! .Glass,Water Setis 90. cts. 'Beautiful Decorated English Dm-' aer;!3ets, ( $io..',' ". ' ' " ." ' • -< Handsome Decorated 'Chamber .Sets, 10 pieces, only 82.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated: Knives, l.SOoer set. Triple Plated Forks. 81.50 per set Uoap, cor. ol,7th aud .Alton ats.; n ~ a _«—« „—i.-—I,—^ remits for. F6* s. gs In.cul- storbvlrff , r ur oulo—Five-room brick house, 3tory and a halfJ-JKJKnoir •BigUtWftWdiiretfttan1tf>6troot. Can bo hud aca'burgaln. i'(iood,property to runt. , One u-vopm. an(f-fl(M ; BtfriatJ.: __. . Wt Ti <•>.:;• For sale—one fecopm hou?e,and;one a-room house, TJtn aba n MafSeP sts'.'' Eot"do • by no; good cutcni and coal honS(S.''Ut a bargain. oroHtrd.'!)!!^ and oleutv ol-water. •• Vi ..farm .with unv>u«tu-oi.i»uii3t} >u i TTood8on r; cb\lnty,- iiii-cT" &ft-Tuna accqsa from Fort Scott'to Wohlta, 6 miles jtrotn, ppunty seat, Fors.alo-TSa-erSffpartly'botWhi land, Ira" ^y^-jyjtli. plenty of *•«* o»«o—.V v'uuno ui**valuable property with good honors, tn ithls xilty. •:•••••:• «,„. .„, —-•ro-AWceJlttle cottage lo'nty of g-rblind, stable '---ilsetr." • ' '• =• • Jwo'sections ol R.K, mrj.^M miles: from 8t. ntoln E. K., : at a bar- Fofealo'or exchange, 3 acres ol ground) on Main at., adjoining Maypr l Oopplngor'B on the For sale or esoban 1(0-6 sections of nralrle land In Orooket county, Texas. Will sell oboap. Suitable Wr any iamUug purposes. Three acres' adjoining Dr.Roberts on north. of LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Alton. D .«» «w a .uvuwu 6h the oast* One and a half lots In Hawloy'e addition. . One and a half lota In Sliolly 1 a addition. : Any of tho above property can bo bought „ repteBent the Buffalo perman Fire Insurance Co., Juffalo, N. T., one of the best ompanies in the U. S* 4 other good Companies in Idition. A. SCHLUETER, .Jin my New Building on Second street, BEST GASOLINE STOVE! lii the market, saves time, labor and money. Tho favorite summer stove with al.' (housekeepers. All sizes. Call and examine. I am also prepared to do Roofing, Gutterlng,8poutlngand • all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGENHABDT, ' C3» BAST BECOz D STREET. FIFTH nOOB WEST 9V BKNBY. _ ; _ apSOdwly W. JbYENSINGER, Mrs. U. S. Grant hits buen seriously ill for a week with -'diphtheria. The London Times has renewed its publlcatioiroit articles on "Paruell- isrn and 'Crime,", and is making "revelations." . Albert Turner, one of Jennie Bowman's murderers at Louisyillo, Ky., pleadeirl guiity yesterday and was sentenced to be hanged July 1. Extensive fires are reported in the forests of Northern WiBOonsiri^and the Northern Penibsula of Michigan, Both Houses of the Illinois Legislature have agreed upon June 15^ as the day of the final adjournment. A^two-year-old child of Mrs. W. C. Eldred in trying to climb out of a baby buggy., got a strap fastened around its neck and was choked to death. . An encounter with pistol and hatchet took, place in Senola, Ga., between T. T.. Burdotte and L. W. Couch. The latter is dead and the former is very nearly so. Russia is treating the British representatives on the £ Afghan question with much courtesy, but remains unyielding in her boundary attitude. The Pope will try once more to "discipline" Dr. McGlynn,|and if he does not obey the summons to ap pear at Rome the rebellious priest .is to be excommunicated. The Beckwith' Iron Works at Paterson, N. J., were destroyed by fire Thursday. The loss is estimated at 6300,000, and 300 men are thrown out of work. A destructive forest fire is raging in the Cape Cod region of Massachusetts. At last accounts over 50,000 acres had been swept and. several villages are threatened. / Colonel Morrison visited. Springfield and looked in on. the Legislature Thursday. He left for Washington;that night to attend the fitting of the Inter State Commerce Gom- missionn'ext Monday. Pennsylvania : has adopted high license and Michigan is about to do so, the bill having passed the lower house after a hard fight. Like-John Brown's soul, the high license idea goes inarching on. KUMBEE 296: Plain and Decorative Paner Hanging WOIIK OFFIOK AND SHOP ON SECOND ST., NEAR PIASA ALTON. . . . ELI, BL III Tnrrnnt'0 SolUor you . Lqlipld * A certain aura for younn _ anil old | For ConitlpBtlpu will Amf JndlgoiUon quickly too, will . »OOU . Wnon TorrBiit'i Bellic lui uetiu triad. inest Help for Men, — ••••••••••••••i ' Mo More Bfouoy to (Jancks! ia you ft »«w SBtK-OoitK, dlBoover: 10 years' experimenting, which as • and OOSTI tou A T, L FOULDS & CO,, ATENTION I J until'a'ured""AddYoBa UL, bo , Amy I.UTK J-v . box 405, Milwaukee. Vfl». The Pickle Factory wishes to make contracts for CIOTBEfiS or not. H"\\T A TVnnT?T^ AT ONOK, A KB. ,W A.J-7 LJjjJJUABLK jiAN" to tako orilorB for olioloe uuriery stock, flood pay. Hteady work. Outllt free. No oxne- Menoo needed. ^AMK8 K. WHITNBY. ' . K8 K. WHITNBY. hureerymnu, l(oolie«tor,'N.V. Legislature. SENATE. SniiNGFiELD, 111., May 13—Sen- .atorDarnellipresented a bill to-day'to the Senate for the repeal of the pleu- ro pneumonia laws and quietly had it read and passed to the Border of second reading without reference to committee and without attracting the attention of the .Senate. The Senate has concurred with the House for final adjournment June 15. > ' When the Senate convened a message was received from the House stating that that body refused to adjourn sine die May 27, but had adopted a substitute to adjourn June 15, and asked the Senate to concur therein. The resolution was immediately acted upon and adopted. The bill to consolidate the three towns of Chicago was passed. The Deficiency Printing bill of 810,000 was taken up on third read' ing and passed. • Senator Hill's bill in regard to the serving of process on receivers of corporations was passed. The bill provides that the receivers of any incorporated coinpany may be served with process by leaving a copy of such process -with such receiver or receivers, if he or they can be found in the county in which th'e suit is brought; if he or they shall not be found in the county, then by leaving a copy of such process with any clerk of other employe in the employ of such receiver or receivers. Senator Washburn introduced two bills making appropriations out of money which h'ad been appropriated and ' since lapsed into the treasury to pay damages caused by the overflow of Henry diun. The Senate then adjourned to 5 o'clock Monday. uousu. In the House, this morning, tho Committee on Itulos to whom was referred thq Senate joint resolution providing for sine die adjournment on May 27 reported a substitute fixing tho date of such adjournment on June 15, The substitute was unanimously adopted. A division was culled upon tho motion providing that when the House adjourn to-day it stand adjourned until Monday evening at 5 o'clock. The yens were G5 and nays CO, The motion was lost, a two-thirds vote being required. Following this action Mr. Mcrritt made a motion, wuieh was curried, providing that tho roll of tho House be called to-morrow morning at 9;30 o'clock. The following bills were passed: Providing that in suits for divorce the court may, in its discretion, appoint an attorney for tho defense, and may require .complainants to give bond tp secure all tho.costs incurred In making such defense and before entering any decree may require all costs to be actually paid; requiring employers, of females to furnish suitable seats for sileh em- ployes and permit the same to bo used to such extent as may be reasonable for the preservation of their health. ; ..-....> Requiring.S.upervisors to give bond in sums of at least dcwble the amount of money which .may come into their hands; providing that in all cases where official boiids are required by law to be approved by the Board of Supervisors in counties under township organization, such board may select the committee to hare the same effect as 'if. done by the board in sesion. Another motion to adjourn over until Monday evening, made.by Mr. Mr. Crafts, was lost—yeas .71, nays 40. ' • Another motion, providing 1 that when the House adjourn to-day it stand adjourned until Monday evening, was carried with but few dissenting" voices. Horse Tuief Arrested.... CAHUNVILI.B, 111..May 18—Sheriff Lit Murphy arrested H./S. Burgess, a section, hand on the C. &A. road, at NilwoOcly last, night, on' the .charge of horse stealing. Tha!'offence was committed near La; Grange, Ind , in October last. The horse stolen belonged to Mrs/ Spade of La Grange. The Indiana .officials are expected with requisition. : ! • Impudent Robbery. \ViLMiNGTON,bel., MaylS—S'hortr ly before midnight three masked men broke into Jas. Porter's farm house, seyen miles from Harrington, Kent county, and after a'fight,, in which shots were fired on both sides, oveiv powered Porter and his wife, tied them to the bed posts and went through the premises.securiug $3,300 in cash and: bonds. Then, taking Porter's horse and carriage, 'they drove away. Porter received a slight Uesh wound In the melee. Soon Hare .Died. Burks Medicine Co., CJuincy, III: .GENTS—I want to tell you what your White PmeJBalsam has done for mo, I hnd a cough for three long months,' contracted^ ;wbile ill Leadvillfl, about Aug. «J9. .1 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 and am -entirely cured. Have not even coughed for lour days. Yours truly, MUS. S. J. BARRACK. LITTLE APRICOTS. There is nothing so positive in its action in treatment of deranged liver, 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 hand some reliable medicine like Burks' White Pine Balsam ilhat would cost them but 60o, and perhaps cure' 1 three or four colds. Bold by E..Marsh. BUKICS' WHITE PJlvE BALSAM. It will be found equally olllcaeious in colds and coughs of Jong standing, relieving the distress and restoring the throat to its normal state. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton, III. myidwlm Ingrain Garjiets from , Tapestry Brussels from 50c to $1 petard. Body Brussels from 9Qc to $1,25, Oil Cloths IromiQa to 90c gei; y, India Mattings from J5o to '55c-per yard/ We have No Old Stock!: No j ob&' aiidClelin! IflL Goods arid: .... . ..£—. •-.—i.': T -~ :«S.V.'-< ••v-'»l«^"-«.fl»r,Jk-ulv\7O > ;.'J>( WiJJLtV; gladly duplioat^ St. Louis prices. * \t w « . _ ... ^_._.''' "" l '' " *' ""-"''• ••''••-'•'* •'' • ' '.'^ "; ;•''•;;• f*C|..i ;.,;=.-.!-,! IliJSJ •,;.,;•,(: i,,,:. Belleville -Thresliers arid gines; Mollne, Plow^^Co's Plows and Guitivators and Pulverizing^Harrow's. EMPIRE ' ' Y ;l tlle DANGLER a rid : GASOLl^E STOVES/' • See our '$10' BUGGY^ ' •'•• ?W• ^EW, HOMESEWINGMACHINES^ ! ^- - mTb^?x^ ee ^ the • ] ? EST GASOMNE and-'.' BURNING OILS on ,tap, and ;delivered .;, to 1 any part) ,of ,the qity.. ,-,. : ,, ,._^ • • . -, •. .,. .• . Ti^ T ^"t - i ^ "^ • !•••••*§•** VI AJiAw^l " Vwlt' ' Gor. 2d and State:sH, - - ALTON, JI/L. THE^BEST ON Patents. : [Q ny poraoiis wluhlng to obtain lotto patent 011 new Invitations, improvemonta q aoalgns, I wlU execute drawtage ana apoolfl jatlons and miike applications for, PtitontB .All consultation, in poraon or by i«tt« , free PFEIPFENBJ3HQKK, . Til. ..WILSON WASHBOARDS. Tho»e Wailiboardi nto tnode nitU n B«n« .Wood. rim. TkeStroDg- eit boorjs and beet wuban In t£> world. For talo by all dealeri. Take no otlior. M'F'G CO., BOSS FELLED From;$18 to $50. Warranted 20 Years; BBEECH-LOADINft From $16 to $30. J. H. BOOTH, T » E '^ffi^l • •*•• • i» • immw^j myltdwly ' SUBSCEIBB FOR THE By mail or delivered, Only ftepublioan D^ily ,in '"' ' J, SUITER & SON, IN J.WILKES F0RD&CO. o» *oa v. ivurtipiBton s».', <um«nu(u, m. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS And Doulum In Hoolliii; AlaterluU. Our fu- cllltlos for <loln« work In Alton uro suoh tlmt we.onn do the very best quality of Felt and Uravol Itoollna, thu snino «s In USD on all the llrst-olasa Lmllalnga In Ohlcnno at a lower prlae than Tin or Iron, and warrant our raofu for llvo years, We also soil materials wltli fnll Inslniotlon how to do tlio wnrlc or furnish an experienced man. np25dly BOO BAGS HIGGJCN8' FUREKA FINE SALT, For Dairy and Table Use, iu'14 Ib. llucu Hacks and 50 Ib. Hacks, for sale by J. A. KYEIE, FINE AND COMMON FURNITDKE. A. Fall and Complete Stock Alon Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CAI.L BEFORE PURCHABING. •.iUW FUHN1TUUK UOOM8 AUK ON State Street, ' opp/ Third, ALTON,; ILL, •padwiv E, J. PENIFOLD, Prop. STUEET, Between Second and Third, Alton; 111. MOST CONVENIENT PININU JIOOM JH THE CITY. GOOD TAULB AND ItEA- SONAUI,E KATK8, CALL AND

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