'•VfP'r' 1 ' ^c swy«lpS*, "v> !i •r*v VOLUME 26. READ LIST OP BABGAlNS -AT- ALTON. ILL., MOypAY EVEJSTIKG. MAY 16, 1887. To Regulate C. A. Schlueter's Agency. ° n8cor . — Alton sts.; collar, rents for •i£?« Sftloor Bxelmngoo—100 acres, 88 In cnl- ntu bargain northeast ot Foetorbnrg, for salo—Five-room brick house, story and n.« i ' °°™0' Eighth j and Mechanic street. '' 'runt " ac ° bttl £ aln ' Oood IProporty to One 0-room new house, with collar, olstorn and coal house, Lot 60 by 110 on btli and Market atn. •For sale—one 8-room house nml.one 8-room house, Bth-and Market sts. Lot 60 by no- good cistern, and coal house, at a bnigaln For salo-^16 acres In North Alton with Sood orchard, barn and plenty of water. For BoIfc-600 acres - Improved farm -with .. good house and stables lu Woodaon county, Kansau. a. It. runa across from Fort Scott to Wichita, 5 miles from county seat, Jfor sale—75 aorna partly bottom land Im- *;B22iK»M l i7 ?l1 near'Dorsey,- with plenty of f good bntldliiga on same. " •For-sale-'io pieces of valuable property with good houses, In thin city. »i""*y For sale or exchange—A nice little cottage in Bethalto, with plenty of ground, stable and good water on premises. ';•'?«'sale or.oxohRDBO—Two sections of 11.R. timber land In Be. Missouri. 160 miles from 8t Loulu on the Iron Mountain H. B., at a bargain. \. —. M?«JF B S^ e 9? exchange, 8 acres of ground! on Mata st.. adjoining MayorjiOopplnger's on the vavc* ..... • . ?or.flale_orexohantce-e sections of prairie land,In \. Crocket county, Texas. Wfll sen ehoap.- Suitable for un yy la£nl5g purposes? Three aores adjoining Dr.Roberts on north. TU C I II C fA-VOIUTK HOME JIKMKDY Is war- rnntod not to contain a single pnrtlolo at oan bo bought I also represent the Buffalo Germans Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo^N. Y., one of the best companies in the U. S. And other good- Companies in addition. IT WIM, ODHE ALT, DISKASBS 1IY DKUAMOBMKNT OF TUB j,j KIUMBYS AHD STOMACH. If yonr Liivtir is out of order, then |your.whole system la tlorangod. The l blood Is Impure, the breath offenaivo- you have headache, fob? languid, dispirited nnd nervoua. To • prevent a s?m r mr alousoondition ' tn "° s ™-« KKQULATOR. If yon lead a sedentary life, or sufferIwlth Kidney -"—ii avoid Btlmulanta nnd take Simmons Liver Regulator. Sure to restore. .If you have oaten anything hard of digestion, or feel heavy after moats or sleepless at night, take a doao and you will fool relieved nnd sloop pleasantly. * ' If you are a miserable sufferer with Oonntlpntlon, Dyspepsia, tt nd BI1- lou«no«», seek relief at once in Simmona Liver Itogulntor. It does not require continual dosing, and costs but a trifle. It will cure you. If you wake up In tho morning with a bitter, bad taato In your mouth, TAIfC Slmiaona Lver Regulator. It cor I Hill, roots the bilious stomach, sweetens 'he breath, and clcauaoa tht Furred Tongue. Uhlldrou often need souiu safe cathartlu and Tonic to avert approaching alcknoaB, SimmonB Liver Regulator will relievo Collo, Headache. Sick Stomach, Indigestion, Dysentery, and Complaints Incident to Childhood. At" any time you feel your system needs cleansing, toning, roRulatlng without violent purging, or stimulating without Intoxicating, take Simmons Liver Regulator _ PBBPARED BY JY H. Zeilln & Co., Phila., Pa. PRICE, $1. 4-mwf wlky ; itt*ffi?%New Building street. mchUdw ,,Iij,Tarri}nt'a Seltui you, DGtioiu • • I:| ' Aocrtnln-ouro for young ' < : and old; • • For Constipation wilt Anil Indigestion quickly* Headache. too, will '..o. .i When..i Tarrant's Seltier lias been tried, I bnest Help for Men. ._ Pay Mo JBore Money to Quacks! I wUl send you a NEW SEW-OBIIB. dlscovor- ed after 80 years' experimenting, which NBVBB FAILS and COSTS YOU ABSOLUTELY NOTHING until cured. Address HENRT BPHAUL, boxdos, Milwaukee, wis. mvl4(U«r THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT BEST<GASOLINE STOVE! In the market, gavoa time, labor ami money. Tho favorite summer ,stovo. with al. 1 ihouae- .beepers.. All sizes. Call and examine. I am alao prepared to do Roofing, Gutterlng.Spoutlngaud all kiuds of : Tin Work, at reaaonable pricoa. A. j. PEGENHARDT, 533 BAST SKCOB D 8THKKT, TIFTH DOOR WEST GK HENRY. . apDOdwly W. Jb\ ENSIJVGER, A V ET D ' C Sugar-Coated AT I d IV O Cathartic If .the Liver bo- QI I I Q comes torpid, If the'' r I L. L. O . • bowelS'Bre constipated, or il the stomach (alia to perform Its functions properly, use Ayer's Pills. They are Invaluable. ; For some years I was a victim to Liver Complaint, In consequence of. which I suffered from General Debility and Indigestion. A lew boxes of Ayer's Pills restored me to perfect health. — \V. T. Brightuoy, Henderson, \V. Va. For years I have rolled more upon Ay or'fl Pills than anything else, to Regulate my bowels. Those Pills are mild In action, and do their work thoroughly. I Plain and Decorative Ayer's Pills cured mo of Stomach and Liver troubles, from which I had suffered for years. I consider them tho best pills made, and would not bo without them. .--Morris Gates, Downsvllle, N. Y. I was attacked with Bilious Fever, which was followed by Jaundice, and ; was so dangerously ill that my friends despaired ofmy recovery. I commenced taking Ayer's Pills, and soon regained my customary strength and vigor.— John 0. Pattlson, Lowell, Nebraska. Last spring I suffered greatly from a troublesome liumor on mv side. In spite of every effort to euro tilt's eruption, it Increased until the flesh became entirely raw, fwas. troubled, at the sumo time, with Indigestion, and distressing pains in The Bowels. By the advice of a friend I began taking Ayor's Pills. In a short time I was free from pain, my food digested properly, tho sores on my body commenced healing, and, In loss than one month, I was cured. —Samuel D. White, Atlanta, Ga, I have long used Ayor's Pills, In my family, and beliovo thorn to ho tho host pills made.— 8. 0. Dardon, Durdon, Miss. My wife and little girl wore taken with ~i.""> n t n ---- '"••• - 1 ..... ~o, and I atonco ..... doses of Ayer's - — , ........... a - ------- 1 call a doctor if the disease became any worse. In a short time tho bloody discharges stopped, all alth was restored, iLi WORK PBOMPTLY ATTKNDKD TO AT LOWK8T TK11M8. OFFIOK AND SHO1' ON SECOND ST., NE4R PIASA ALTON, . . . T. L FOULDS & CO., ATENTION! The Pickle Factory to make contracts for ForPloklo purposes. Will pay 40o, BOo and OOo per bushel for Uuoumbors not longer than 4 in.. 8 In. and 2 In., in good shnpo. Will take all that can be ralson, whether hy contract myadwlm Va. pain wont away, and health was — Theodore Baling, Blohmoud, Ayer's Pills, Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Maw. (fold by «11 Dcolori in Utdldnej **-• .. .. . . ~~ JOHN BAUER, IDKALEH IN AND MANUFAOTDKUK O* 1 FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, ALTON, ILL All' kinds -o( Una and common farnltur constantly on hand. Alto undertaker, etc. noiJMwlw A. J. HOWELL, -DEALER 71IN- FURNITURE! A Full and Complete Stock OONSTANTLY ON J£AN«. ALL OIIIJKP UPHOLSTERING Neatly and promptly executed, • Belle St., bet. Third and Fourth. UATKST NISWS. The steamer Empire State burned at Bristol, R, L, yesterday. Coast defence agitation has been started in the Canadian parliament. The Chicago strike of building mechanics and laborers is growing. Queen Victoria's jubilee celebration will last from June 20 to June 25. Prof. Tyndall is out in a savage criticism of Mr. Gladstone and his party. A little child of Henry Riblet, of Nortonville, Kas., fell into a well and was killed. John Vorbanck, of Chicago, saved his child from death by a train, but was horribly mangled'himself. *. Rev. Father Mc<?'-?nn lectured at the Grand opcra-tiouso, St. Louis, last night on "The Cross of the New Crusade." Divorced women are barred from Queen Victoria's .receptions. This old rule is held to religiously by the Queen, and she will make no exceptions. Will the Democratic party in 1888 have the courage of its convictions and fight the Presidential campaign on the. tariff issue? Or will it sneak, as usual? Base ball—At St. Louis: No game on account of rain. At Cincinnati: Cincinnati, 13; Brooklyn, 4. At. Louisville: Baltimore 16; Louisville,?. It is regarded as pretty certain at Washington that Attorney General Garland will be appointed to the peat on the supreme bench made vacant by the death of Justice AVoods. James and : Harry Garflcld were the guests during their stay in Washington last week of Mrs. Hunt, widow of the late Gen. Hu«t, former minister to Russia. On Wednesday she gave a dinner in their honor. The President has been sitting for his bust to a Boston sculptor, Mr. S. II. Morse, who has spent several days at the white House and has laid the basis of what should prove a very satisfactory and artistic work. The Trustees of the State Soldiers' Orphans' Home at Normal 111., have chosen Dr. H. C. Demotte, late President of Chaddock College, Quincy, to be Superintendent of that institution, and his wife as Matron of the same. A shark thirty-five feet long and twenty feet in girth was recently caught on the Pacific coast. He was probably either paving the way for the sea-serpent or was coming around this way to give pointers to the "trusts." The Virginia papers announce the failure of the negotiations between a committee of foreign bondholders and the legislative committee appointed to arrange a settlement of the State debt. The propositions made on each side approached very near to an agreement, and it is possible yet that terms may be reached. The gossips are again reporting that Gov. Hill of New York is to pay a visit to Washington and be a guest at the White House in a few weeks. He will come early in Juno, they say, shortly after the New York legislature adjourns. This visit, it is expected, will give tho country formal notice that Hill will support Cleveland's renomination. KUMBER 297 . Democrat to Congress. Ho refused to run for a third term because, since Cleveland was elected, tho pressure of the office seekers falls so heavily on Congressmen that only born politicians can stand it. New York Sunday JLaw. NEW YOHK, May 15.—The blue laws were even more rigidly enforced to-day in tho city than last Sunday. In consequence saloon keepers on the New Jersey side did a rushing business. Thousands of people, the Germans especially, crowded the ferryboats on their way to enjoy music and beer.. In the hotels the enforcement cf the law evoked much indignant comment. In many cases guests had purchased bottles of wine on Saturday, and . to-day brought them from their rooms.to drink nt meals. .At the Brunswick, Delmon ico's and other up-town .hostclrios, intense stillness reigned in tho barrooms. At the Hoffman house, the bar was draped in black. Heroic Rescue of a Cliihl. CHICAGO. Ill,, May 15—The heroism of John Vorbauck in saving his infant child from.certain death nearly cost him his own ; life yesterday afternoon. His 18 months old babe had toddled down to the 'Northwestern railroad track, near his house, and, unseen by its mother, eat down between the tracks to play. The whistle from an approaching switch engine attracted the attention of the father, who was horrified to see his child sitting on the track calmly watching the swift approach of the heavy engine. After an instant of mute terror the father rushed toward the track, and throwing himself directly in front of the engine, seized the child in botn hands and threw its little form safely to one side of the track. He had no time to save himself, but was caught by one of the wheels and thrown prostrate across the rail. His left leg was horribly mangled, and it was afterwards necessary to amputate it. He also received bad injuries about the hips and head. Vcrbauckis a young, hard working man, and has been married about three years, this being his only child. MAY 1, 1887. Ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per,yard. Tapestry Brussels from 50c to $1 per yard. Body Brussels from 90c to SK25 per yard. Oil Cloths from 20c to 90c oer yard. India Mattings from !5c to^Bcvpe^yard. We have No Old Stock 1 No Job Lots! All New and Clean! Upholstery Goods and Upholstering done. Agent for Awnings. Casli,prices , I> will gladly duplicate St.-Lottis prjl Call at A. AGENTS FOR THE -ALSO- UNDEBTAKER. •UBSIPKNOK OOB. STATE & 8KVKNTII STS The Pall Mall Gazette's story of the ordering of the preparation of sixty cells in Millbank Prison for the possibly recalcitrant home rule members of Parliament may be referred, together with that of "the prominent Democrat who has just declined an olllce of importance," to the committee of inquiry concerning barren idealities. Hon. Wm. B. Woods, one of the Justices of the United States Supreme Court, died at Washington at noon Saturday. We was a native of Ohio, but at tho close of tho war of the rebellion became a citizen of Alabama, and was appointed United States Circuit Judge for Florida, Georgia and Alabama. He was appointed to the Supreme bench by •President Hays in 1880. A prominent Southerner, who is on the most intimate terms with the President, is authority for tho statement that Senator Gibson, of Louisiana is by far the most probably successor to Associate-Justice Woods of the Supremo Court. According to this authority tho President would prefer to make the appointment from Louisiana rather than from any other of the half-dozen States within tho circuit. Kx-Congressman Mitchell, of Connecticut, represented what used to bo known as tho only district in Now England thut was sure to send a Sooii Have Died. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111: GENTS—I want to tell you what your White Pmejfialsam has done for me, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while , in Leadville, about Aug. 19. I had doctored constantly. I was so bad 1 could not lie down at night. I would just as 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, MU8. 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 Tills, 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 Pino Balsam (that. would cost them but 50o, and perhaps • cure throe or four colds. Sold by B. Marsh. BUKKS' WHITE PIJXE BALSAM. It will be found equally eflicacioua in colds and coughs of long standing, relieving the distress and restoring the throat to us normal state. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton, III. myldwlrn Buggy Co's WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. T1IE CIBLEBRATEU Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Co's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. ....... EMPIRE TWINE HINDERS, DROPPERS AND MOWERS. Headquar HARNESS. NEW $3 SVrr,Y e ko<J P tho BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS on tap and delivered to any part [of the city. _^ . — — —- ,•• —•••»• rfh^ ff dbAJbh^^ ^^Vlt Cor. 2d and State sts., - - ALTON, ILL. THE BEST ON EAJ1TH! BOSS FILLED Who Got the Spoom? LONDON, May JO—After the Queen aud Prince and Princess of Wales had taken tea at the Mansion house on Saturday, two gold teaspoons were missed. They were probably taken as momentoes of the occasion by some of the attendants. TUB THISTI.K. A special trial trip of the new racing yacht, Thistle, was made on Saturday down tho Forth. The behavior of the yaolit under varying conditions of wind confirmed the first opinions formed that she is exceptionally smart in light breezes. The Thistle's first match race will be against the Irex and will take place on May 28 . Astonishing Success. It is tho duty of uvory person who has used Boschoo's Gorman Syrup to let its wonderful qualities be known to their friends in curing Consumption, sovoro Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and ia (act all throat and lungr diseased. No person can use It without Immediate relief. Throe dosoa will relieve any oaso, and wo consular it tho duty of all druggists to recommend it to tho poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,000 do/.on bottles were sold hist year, and no one case whoro it failad was reported. Such a nindioinu as tho German Syrup cannot bo too widely known. Aek your druggist aboutlt. Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 ooiils. Kogular size, 76 oonts. Sold by all druggists ana dealers, in tho United States and Canada. jii!) dwoow ly to $50. Warranted 20 Years, BREECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. J- H. BOOTH THE JLEADINtr '• l ' °^^ L **> J myindWlv SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ALTOI EYE. TELEGRAPH, lOc Per, By mail or delivered, Only. Republican Daily in .. Madison J. SUITER & SON, 3BAWCR8 IN FINE AND COMMON FURNITDKE. A Fall and Complete Stock Always on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. ^Ull FUHNITUUK BOOMS AUB ON State Street, ?opp, Third, ALTON,; ILL, •paawiv E. J. PENIFOLD, Prop. PIASA STUEET, Between Second and Third, Alton, 111. MOST OONVKMKNT I11NINU ROOM TIIK OUT. U001) TAULB AND UKA- KONAIIM'J HATES, OAU, AND MB CONVINCED.
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