Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 17, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 1

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 17, 1887
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READ LIST OF BARGAINS -ATC, A, Schlueter's Agency, ••sfeww'a^ at a bargain. ngoi^lOO ftoroa. 88 in milt a bargain. n °r"">ast of Fostorbiirg, i, ???« "" F1 TO-rooinbrlok house, 'story and ft. 1 " 1 '. corner Eighth and Moohiuilo sireot. runt. blu ' Ba n> G °o a IP'oPorty to no O-room new house, with cellar, cistern Markot"tu B °' * 110 '°" oth nnd For snip—0110 8-room house andlone 8-room house, flth and Market stsi • Lot 80 by 110; good cistern, and ooal house, at a bargain For sale-^16 acres In North Alton with good orohard.'barn and plenty of water. For sale—50o acres Improved farm with good house and stablos in • Woodion county, Kansas. B.B. runs across from Fort Scott to Wichita, 5 mUos from county seat, • For sole—78 acres partly bottom land, 1m- Wy.°<J ./arm., near Dorsey, with plcuty of , good buildings on same. 1 F .S Ti8B !, 0 r 10 Pto«». of valuable property with good houses, In this city. t^y'lPl?* ex?hango-A nice little cotta ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVEJSnNG, MAY 17, 1887. ™ ..—. w » »,,i oromlsofl, ii*?. 18 ^ 10 or exehange—Two" sections of K.B. timber land In So. Missouri. IBOmUos from St Louis on the Iron Mountain'B. K., at abar- For salo or exchange, 8 acres of grouut!! on Mate St., adjoining Mayor.OoppIngor's on the vase. • . - -;- -«^v «» VA.WUUU1SV—u Bauuuud of vrairio land In Orpcket county, Texas. Wfll sell ohoap. Suitable for an/iormlng purposes; Three acres adjoining Br.Koberts on north.' Five lots oh. Dry St., adJolnlng.Thomas BiK- gins' residence on tho oast. One and a>half lots In Hawley's addition. One and a half lots In Shelly^ addition, at a bargain V ° propert y ctm bo hought I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N. Y., one of the best companies in the TJ. S. And other gooa Companies in' addition. C. A, SCffiLUETiER, Offloe| in -my New Building * en-Second street, ' tnehUdw , 1 The Importance of purifying tho blood cannot be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's Dprilliar Sarsajmrilla. It strengthens i GV/UIICU an(l jjundj up tho systcnii 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 pooul- -»•« l««t**IC lar curative powers. No ' O I iSGIr other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. ;M you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sai-saparllla do not bo induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. • Hood's Sarsaparillals sold by nil druggists Prepared by 0.1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. i IOO Doses One Dollar In Tairant'fl Seltzer you • • ' behold ' - :A.oertaln core for youor j^ianSoM; *""»f rConitlpatlon will 'And Indlgebtlon''quickly ,^S®»*KSs:'«»«. "in jine. >yhon Torroiifa Seltzer has been tried. I onest Help for Men. — Pay No More Honey to Quacks ! T will send you a Njsw BKLF-OUHK, dlscovor- S«sS/ a ». r 80 ye?™' '-experimenting, which vWBVBP »AiM;.and COSTS roir A ». '-menng, wch v »AiM;.and COSTS roir AnsoLUTKi,v NOTHING until cured. Address -HKtJRT 8PBAlJlj,.-:box ;405;v Milwaukee, Wls -. '.'•-* . * -''.. '. . : •. N- ''' NBWS. Swan Bros., the cattle kings of Wyoming, have failed. •^Ed. Morton, »n actor, fell out of a window at Kansas City and was killed. Miss DelKke and John Beyer were drowned at LaCrosse, Wis., by the upsetting of a boat. John B. Fasset and wife were burned to death in a saw mill at Moretown, Vt., Saturday. Germany gives notice that if France shall persist in her plan to mobilize her army next Autumn, she will do likewise. Col. Robt. G. Ingersoll's oldest daughter is said to have the. finest and best soprano voice in New York. She" is also very beautiful. Yarborough, who killed the son of Robert Laird Collier, has been found guilty of murder in the first degree at Emporia, Kan. The defense was insanity. Albert Emerson entered a saloon at Fort Wayne. Intl., Saturday, and, taking a drink, said it would be his last. Ho then went outside and cut his throat. The Grand Jury at Springfield, 111., is not satisfied with the evidence against the printing combine, and therefore did not return any indictments. NUMBER 298. coal on the'lands has given the youmr lady a fortune. The condition in which Virginia finds herself in regard to debt is one of the penalties of her causeless rebellion. She came out of the war shorn of one third of her territory and with her whole debt standing against the remaining portion of the state. She has set up the claim that one third of the debt. is inequitable and has tried to repudiate It, hence her controversy with her English creditors. Disgraceful as this is to her, it is retribution for the English bondholders, nine-tenths of whom encouraged and supported the state in her rebellion. Now they want the United States to pay the repudiated debt, which the United States will never do. MAY 1, 1887. THE LARGEST 'AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT BEST GASOLINE STOVE ! J?i = £ mai ,'5F otl savos tlme > la ''°r and money. bL5v, avorl ^, 8u . mmor stovo w"l> a" iliouso- It copers. All sizes. Oall and examine. I am also 'prop area to do Roofing, Guttering.Spoutingand all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGENHARDT, 533 BAST SECOz; D STREET, FIFTH DOOR WEST 6F HENRY. . - . _ . _ aii30Uwly VV. Jb\ ENSINGER, •- AV'FD ' /> I t-Ti. Sugar-Coated 'Cathartic ''Q| I ' ' I Q : f*\ LL'L.0 . ' II the liver '• •. : cbmes 'torpid; if the 1 : f* .'boweli'arecpnsflpatedi or If tlio stomach f lalla to perform Its functions properly, use r £ AVer's PUlsV;' Tlmy are Irivaluable. ! 'iForsom'o years I -was a victim to Liver Complaint, .hi: consequence of which I suffered from General Debility and Indi,.,v ; gestlon. A few '.boxes . of Ayer's Pills v 5' «e8tore<J jne' tptyerfpct health. — W. T. jBrlghtnoy, Henderson, W. Va. ' For 'years' I liave relied more upon Ayer'srals than' anything else, to .;>.:•• •?;? Regulate " ''in'yboweifli' These Tills ato'niHd in ac- v tlon, and 'do •their work thoroughly. I havoaised them,,. with good ofteot, In coses o£ KheumatiBin and Uys])epsin. — H "''0;' P. Millor; Attloborough, Jlass. ' * A'y"pr's Pills cured jino of Stomach and Liver trbublcs,' from which I had suffered •'• .for years. 'I consider'them tho best pills "•mado.-and would not bo without them. ' — 'Morris Gates, 'Downsvillo, N. Y. :? f' -1? rwite: attacked with 'Bilious Fever. ~ T wlllfeh'" was 4 fpllovrod "by "Jaundice, and •'' was BO dancBrously ill that my friends . despaired ofmy recovery. Icommoncod taldng Ayer's Pills, and soon regained my customary strength and vigor. — John 0. Pattison, Lowell, Nebraska. Last spring I suffered greatly from a troublesome humor on my side. In cplto pf every effort to euro this eruption, it increased uutil tho fleuh became entirely raw. I was troubled, at the same time, with Indigestion, and distressing pallia in The Bowels. By tho advioo of a friend I began talcing Ayer'B Pills. In a short time I was froo from pain, my food digested properly, the sores on my body commenced healing, and, In loss than one month, I wa« cured. —Samuel D. White, Atlanta, Ga. I havo long used Ayor's Pills, in my family, and bollovo them to bo tho host pills made — S. C. Dardou, Durdoii, Miss. ^Mywlfo^and lltMo girl were taken with Ayor's disease became any worse, In a short timo tho bloody discharges stopped, all pain went away, and health was restored. — TUoodoro ICsllug, Klohmoud, Va. • Ayer's Pills, Prepared by Or. J. 0. Ayor &Co., Low«ll, Uau, gold by all Uealeri lu UedJelnei *V-».. .. _.. -vj..' JOHN BAUER; IDKALEIl IN AND MANOFAOTUBKU OF FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Oi>p. City Hall, ALTON, ILL, All kinds of fine uud common faraltur "OiutuiiHy on hand. Also undertaker, oto. Plain and Decorative 4L1 WORK PROMPTLY ATTKNDED TO Al LOWEST TERMS. O7FIOE AND SHOP ON SECOND ST., NE4R PIA.BA T, L FOULDS & CO., ATEJSTION ! The Pickle Factory wislica to make contracts for For Pickle purposes. Will pay 40o, COo and A,° PW l>»8hol for Ououinbors not loniror than 4 In., 8 In. and 2 In., In good Blmpo. will take all that can bo rulson, whether by oontraot °r not. __ mvOd wlra A. J. HOWELL, F URNITDREI A Full and Complete Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL OKOKV UPHOLSTERING Nuutly imil promptly oxocutod. • Belle St., bet. Third and Fourth. —ALSO— UNDERTAKER. UltSIDKNOK COH, 8TATK A 8KVB»'TII STS In a free country a man can quit work when he wants to, but it is not free when some walking delegate refuses to allow a man to work when he wants to. James G. Blaine will sail for Europe, June 8, on the steamship Ems of the North German Lloyd line. He will be accompanied by his wife and two daughters. Steve Brodie, the New York newsboy, was advertised to leap from the St. Louis bridge, yesterday, but the police prevented him from carryin" out his contract. ° Senator .Mori-ill says the Republican party is in excellent shape and can elect cither Sherman, Allissu or Blaine in 1888. He says it is too soon to tell who will get the nomination. Mr. Powderly says co-operation means an equitable] division of the profits between labor and capital. When there are no profits but only losses, these are probably to be divided by capital alone. The Americanjship Charles II. Marshall, which cleared from London on Dec. 5 for Philadelphia, has not been heard of since, and she has been given up for lost, with her crew of twenty-three men. A terrific cyclone swept over Blue Springs, Neb., Sunday, and blew down the school house. The janitor was fatally injured. Lightning struck Emanuel Basori's residence, killing his daughter Minnie, aged 20. Tho Indianapolis baker who was boycotted for employing non-union men reports an increased patronage, and says he has nothing to complain of. The boycott has seen its day; or, rather, it has not seen its day in this country and never will. Ex-President Hayes has been offered the Presidency of the Ohio State University. Should ho accept, some of the Democratic newspapers will probably suspend publication from inability to express their feelings. Senator Leland Stanford has been inspecting his big vineyard at Vina, Tehama county, California. It is the largest vineyard in the world, having not less than 3,500 acres planted in bearing vines, while the entire ranch comprises 30,000. Miss Mary Harden, tho lady for whom John Howard Pay no wrote "Home, Sweet Home," died in Athena Georgia, last Saturday, and was buried there Sunday. It is said that the original manuscript of the song was buried with her. A public meeting held at Toronto, and attended by 10,000 to 15,000 people, protested against William O'Brien's indecent remarks concerning Lord Lansdowno,- the Governor General, and expressed confidence in tho ability of the English Parliament to settle the Irish question. Tho trial at Buffalo of officers of tho Standard Oil Company, indicted for conspiracy to destroy the works pf a rival establishment, has resulted in tho conviction of-Hiram B. and Charles W. Everest, father and son, of Rochester. Both are millionaires, Tho penalty is » year's Imprisonment and 8500 fine. A'young lady clerk in ono of the dopiirtmunts at Washington has just sold a farm near Birmingham, Ala., for $100,000 which her mother a few years ago tried hard to sell for a few hundred dollars. Tho advent of manufactories and tlio discovery of Monday Pay Day at St. Louis. ST. Louis, Mo., May If—The agitation against the Monday pay day, proposed by the employers of labor in the East, has reached this city and the power of the employers to make the change will be tested here first by the workmen of N, K. Fairbanks & Co., who have 200 men on their payroll. The men heard on Friday that the firm intended to withhold their wages yesterday and pay Monday. They immediately got up a petition against the change, and 247 of them signed it. The firm declined to grant the petition and the men went home without their money. They talk strongly of striking and assert that if the firm persists in its course they will at once make the matter an assembly question, Honoring Justice Wood'« Memory. WASHINGTON, May 10—-The U. S. Supreme Court assembled at noon today. The Chief Justice announced the death of Justice Woods, whose chair was draped in black, and said that as a mark of respect to the memory of the deceased the court would adjourn until Monday next, when motions would be heard and a later date fixed for the court's final adjournment. Most of the Justices will go to Ohio to attend Justice Woods' funeral. Ingrain Carpets from 25c to 85c per yard, Tapestry Brussels!from 50c to $1 per yard, Body Brussels from 90c to $1,25 per yard. Oil Cloths from 20c to 90c oer yard, India Mattings froto I5c to 55c per yard, We have No Old Stock! No job Lots! All New and Clean! .MIPAPER Upholstery Goods land Upholstering done. Agent for Awniugs. Cash prices I will gladly duplicate St. Louis prices. Call at Ail NEERMAM'S. FOR THE • ; '"^;""" "* BEST BUGGY IN THE WOBtD. AGENTS FOR THE Buggy Co's I to Bodies JLogislature, Ei.D, 111., May 16—There was a light attendance in both Houses of the Legislature this evening. Mr. Organ culled up the House bill to prohibit the sale of compounded, adulterated or rectiGed spirits, having a basis in whole or in part of alcohol, cologne spirits or high wines, and desired to have it advanced to second reading. Mr. Bell, of Pcoria, objected, and moved that it be referred to the Judiciary committee. On the call of the roll a quorum failed to vote, whereupon Mr. Southworth moved to adjourn, but the motion was lost. . This performance was gone through with several times, till finally the President adjourned the Senate on a viva voce vote. The meaning of all this is not clear. It either ineaus that tho distillers are making a fight on the rectification bill or that the filibustering was designed to prevent the State Fair bill from being made a special order. The prevailing 'opinion is that the latter was the object. There were just forty-two members present in the House. Two or three unimportant bills were introduced and the House adjourned. Soou Hiiro Died. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111: GENTS—I want to toll you what your White Pine'Balsam has done tor me, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while in Loadvillo, aboul Aug. 19. I had dootorod constantly. 1 was so bad I could not Ho down at night. I would just as soon have died as to Jive in that condition. I took ono bottle of your Balsam and am entirely cured. Have not ovon coughed for four days, ifours truly, MK8. S. J. BARRACK. LITTLE APRICOTS. Tnero is nothing so positive in its action in treatment O f derangod Jivor, 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 Pino Balsam ithat would cost them but 60a, and per Imps cure throe or four colds. Sold by E. Marsh. BUKKS 1 WHITE PJM3 BALSAM. It will be found equally ofllcnoious in colds mid coughs of long standing, rolioving the distress and restoring the throat to us normal state. For sale by K. Marsh, Alton, 111. niyldwlm WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. TUB CELEBRATED Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and En- *''j{ gines; Molirfe Plow Co's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. SIGNAL OILS; STOCK, WELL and CISTEEN PUMPS fine CO ^ S ; th ° DANGLER and pS ST OVES. See our S10 BUGGY NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES Tr o° BEST GA SO L INE and OILS on tap and delivered to any part of the city. HI. Cor. 2d and State sts., - ALTON, ILL. THE BEST ON'EARTH I. BOSS EILLED WATCHES, to $50. Warranted 20 Years. BREECH-LOADING OUNS 3 From $16 to $30. J. H. BOOTH THE ^AIDING " ' IB ^^^ * «, JEWELER raylSdwlv SUBSCKIBE FOR THE ALTON m. TELEfiEAPH, lOc Per. By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily in Madison county Thero Is no danuur to huninn llfo muro to bo droudau ibun that whioh urises from vitiated blood. Dyspepsia, rhuiiuuitlsw, hoaduohoi and Konorul debility, all result from it, mid are cured by tlio use of Ayor's Sarsapanll«. Take t this month, Six bottles, $6, dwlvv J, SUITER & SON, 3EAMSBS IN PINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A. Full and Complete Stock AJ. ways on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. • .I'll FimNITUHK UOOM8 AUK ON State Street, >opp, Third, ALTON, ILL. •JlBUwlV V, E. J. PENIFOLD, Prop. PIASA STfiEET, Between Second and Third, Alton, 111. MOST OONVKNIKNT l)lNWU HOOM THE 01TV. U001) TAIILK ANU KBA- BONAULK UATKS, OALL AND 1115 UONVINOK1).

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