Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 18, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 18, 1887
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VOLUME 26. ALTON. ILL NUMBER 299. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. READ L,tST OJP BARGAINS -ATC, A, Schlueter's Agency, --- 1 ^^^ a U«ff Pn™« lv wi r< ? l !? lbr!ok h ° UBe ' story ana Can bo hUrt n E ,te htu , iixl Mechanic sheet. rent. a bal '8 a1 "- Good .property to , with collar, cistern ' - L ° t M by 110 on ^b. and liou 0 Bo Bn «Mf 0110I8 xi' 00 , m 11011BO undone 8-room 55JS3 ' . ." nnd Market "ts- Lot 60 by 110; •••Kooj. ••o»;terii L and coal house, at a bargain owSnSf '?~ 16 ttor ? s V 1 North A|IOU wltli good orchard, baru und plenty of water. To Regulate TL|P I II C UEMKDY Is war- rantod not to contain n single particle IT WIU, 00HB AM, DEBASES OAUflirn 11V DEI.ANORMENT OI' TMK YlVKK KIDNEYS AND STOMACH. ' If yonr L,ivor IB out of order, tlmn yp'" 1 whole system Is doranRc d. ThS blood Is Impure, ilio breath offensive • you Imvo lioadnobe, fool limB nld lln plritod and nervoi g To nrovont a land, im- OI ittle cottage OUnd ' Stab1 ° e-Two sections of U.K. I \^S?'S? n° r oxehanno-6 sections of prairie I ohoab Sn?t,Ai e . 6 fS° unty l Toxas - Wfll soil k. uuuup, buitaole for any fanning purposes. Threoaoros adjoining Dr.Itoherts on north. I fUCD UEGUI ' A TOR- H you load a sod- MM Cn n »tary life, or guiror with Kidney AITocHons, avoid stlmuluuts and tnko Simmons Liver Itegulator. bure to restore. If you havo eaten 'anything hard of digestion, or fool heavy after meals or sleepless at night, take a dose nnd ant! relieved and sloop ploas- If you are a miserable sufferer with Oonstlpatlon, nyspepula, and Bil- louiuenB. seek relief ac once in Sim»ions Liver llegulntor. It does not v*<lulro continual dosing, and costs but a trifle. It will euro you. II you wake up in tho morning with a bitter, bad taste Inyour mouth, TAI/r Simmons LvorKeguIator. It cor I Hilt roots the bilious stomach, sweetens 1 1. and cleanses the Furred Tongue. " ff " safe cathartic lots ln Hawloy's addition lots iu Suony*s addition? I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N. Y., one of the best companies in the TJ. S. I And other good Companies in fe addition. . C. A. SCHLUETER, I Offlcejj in my New Building * on Second street. ? vort approaching sickness. rc " evo , )m " ou ' ngestion, I)ys«n. , o ">Plalnts incident to Childhood „„ i an ?' tlmo y° u feo1 yo>» - system noods cleansing, toning, r Simmons Liver Regulator _ _ I'HEPARBD BY J. H. Zollln & Co., PMla., Pa. PKIOE, $1. 4-mwf wlky 10 Seltaer Acertnln euro for younir and old; ' 8 For .Constipation will uqnart, And Indigestion quickly startt . Sick Hoadaohe, too, will eoon subside. . When Tarrant'a Saltier hasboeutrlod. OMam »-.-- ,, 1>ay So Mo™ Money to Ouncks! I'T wul I L oua vou a NKW SKU?-OOIIB, dlucovor- JL-d after 30 years' experimenting whiali JjKVBtt FAILS and OosTs YOU Aasoiuwr y ! NOTHING until cured. Address AUBU '' urj '" ; HENKT BI'IIAUL, box 405, Milwaukee, Wis. my!4d«w JOSEPH «IAJttJteJETT»8 LIVERY STABLED FBONT 8TBEKT. BETWEEN ALBY AND KASTON. THE LARGEST AND MOST OOMPJLETE ASSORTMENT of B .vor^rongh^to Alton. BEST GASOLINE STOVE ! In the market, saves time, labor and money. The favorite summer stove with alJ -housekeepers. All sizes. Call and examine. I am also prepared to do Roofing, Guttoring.Spoutlngand all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. DEGENHARDT, B: »* WAST SKCOzj D 8THKKT, FIFTH noon WEST er HKNBY. _____ _ _ aitSOflwly W. F. ENSINGER, ILMNOl mvlcllT TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THE BOOM. |. Parties Intending to buy Heal Estate In the ''•• city ol Alton or vicinity will find H to their Interest to call at tho office of Hudorshauson & Sonutag and examine their list of properties for sale as only a part thereof Is advor- tlaed - apSdwtf Plain and Decorative It is reported that there at present 285 inmates of the Soldier's home at Quiney. Governor Hill, of New York, has appointed Col. Fred. D. Grant Quarantine Commissioner. 3tis slated on authority at Jefferson City that impeachment proceedings are to be begun against Auditor Walker. At Louisville race track yesterday one of the jockeys was adjudged guilty of crookedness and was ruled off the track. Owing to labor disturbances, forty shoe factories at Haverhill, Mass., have closed gtheir works, leaving 3,000 persons in idleness. Dennis Quilan was shot dead at Omaha Sunday night by one of three unknown men with whom he had quarreled m a beer hall. George Millington shot deadT. O. Kennedy in settlement of an old feud at Millington, Teun.. Monday, and then surrendered himself. Omaha, Neb., has been designated as a national bank reserve city under the provisions of the act passed at the last session of congress. The National Republican, Washington, charges that the British government is to demand that the United States shall pay the Virginia bonds. Brakeman John McCuliough, of Portage, Wis., fell between the sections of a broken train at Sparta, Wis. Sunday evening and was killed. Miss Maria Mitchell, astronomer, was the daughter of a small farmer and was constantly occupied with household duties. But you can't keep an astronomer down. They will get to the stars some way. Rev. Dr. 'Storrs, of New York, on last Sunday morning took forty five grains of quinine by mistake for another medicine. Quinine is a mental stimulant, butPr. Storrs did not preach that day. He was over- stimulated, decidedly. Latest reports of the recent earthquake iu Northwestern Mexico state that "a wide extent of territory is seamed with, crevices and immense chasms. The earth has sunk in many places and is Hooded with water, making swamps where water never existed before." mg law bo amended so. Opinions differ as to the effect of this action of the Senate. Some think the law ollleers of the State will proceed to criminally prosecute, as the report directs, while the general opinion is that, in vie-v of the iionaetion of the Sungamon county grand jury, no attention will be paid the recommendations of the committee. Midges Among tho Slrawberrics. J'HOKIA, III., May 17—Reports received fromTremont, Tazewell county, slate that the midge is playing havoc with the strawberry crop, all late blossoms having been destroyed by tiie pest. The crop will be short. Grapes are also affected by this insect. MAY 1, 1887. WOODISUKN. WOODBUKN, May 10 '87. Messrs. R. O. and R. II. Wood went to Gillespic Saturday to assist iu the institution of a Grand Army Post. •* Our dircetsrs have employed Miss Mattic Young and Miss Nonie Wood to teach our school for the coining winter term. Prof. C. C. Benner has closed his school at Corrington Chapel where he has taught an eight months' school with much success. Mrs. Dr. Reid has returned home from a six months' visit at Chicago much improved in health. Al. Young has been appointed Street Commissioner by the Hoard of Trustees of the town. Mr. A. Lang had a fine mare and colt killed by lightning one day last week. ..Mr. Si. Knnber, who is noted for his ingenuity, has of late made several inventions. His last being in the shape of a puppet show, which will, no doubt, prove a success and bring him before the public as a skilled mechanic. He expects to travel with it to California. We notice in the Moro items of last week whore a man sheared 12 sheep averaging 10 1-2 pounds which lie considers good. We are informed by cur neighbor, J. G. Beuner, that he can boat that if the si/.e of the flock is taken into consideration, he having sheared 82 head, all of which were suckling ewes, with the exception of a few yearlings, und averaging 10 1-2 pounds. ^ SQUIT. 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 from I5c to 55c per yard We have No Old Stock! No Job Lots! All New and Clean! WALLPAPER Upholstery Goods and Upholstering done. Agent for Awnings. Cash prices I will gladly duplicate St..Louis prices. Call at A. NEEKMAM'S. ' FOR THE BEST BUGGY IN THE AGENTS FOE THE Buggy Co's I dear Bodies WAERANTED FOR FIVE YEARS- THKOELEUUATED Studebaker Farm Wagon, Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Plow Co's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. EMPIRE TWINE BINDERS, DROPPE Legislature. HOUSE. SPRINGFIELD, 111., May 17—In the House this morning the Drainage Committee' Sugar-Coated Cathartic AYER'S If tho Liver be- P) I I I Q cornea torpid, if the I IL.L.O. I! bowels aro constipated, or if tho stomach ||. falls to perform Us functions properly, use ¥: Ayer'a Pills. They aro Invaluable. R For some years I was a victim to Liver » Complaint, In consequence of which I j£ suffered from General Debility and Indl- * gestiou. A few boxes of Ayor's Pills restored mo to perfect health. —W. T. Brlghtuoy, Henderson, W. Va. For years I havo relied more upon Ayer's Pills than anything else, to VVOKK PROMPTLY ATOKNDED TO AT OFF1OK AND SHOP ON SECOND ST., NB4.R PIASA AI/TOX. . . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT, -BY- Regulate my bowels. These Pills aro mild In ac- tiou, aud do their work thoroughly. I : have used them, with good offout, iu nd Dys ~"<l rttrnvtut AKUUU 4.JJ.IO (*l U Jill I It HI ( tiou, aud do their work thoroughly. I havo used thorn, with good effect, iu cases of Ithonmatlsm and Dyspepsia.— : G F Millor, Attleborough, Mass. i_ Ajor's Pills cured mo of Stomach and ftlitt or troubles, from which I had suffered ' for years. I consider them the best pills fiBnxdo, and would not bo without them, j—Morris Gates, Downsvillo, N. Y. I' J, w aa attached with Dillons Fevor, 5 Which was followed by Jaundicn, ami was so dangerously 111 that my friends Clesnairod of my recovery, I commenced Uaking Ayer's Pills, and Boon.regained %">*& y , t J 1 , Mt T 0 ," m . ry strength nnd vigor.- ffW'volm 0. Pultluon, Lowell, Nebraska, T —"•—-' * I suffered greatly from a humor on my side, In splto *wi u\ory onort to cure tills eruption, itin- creased until tho llcsh became entirely ,* a , w ,'-r I , wlu)1t , roul)1(H , 1 ' llt thosamo tlmo, 1 With Indigestion, and distressing pains iu ' The Bowels. By tho advico of a frlond I began taklns Ayor's Pills. In a short time I won free from pain, my food digested properly, tho sores on my body commenced houllug, and, iu loss than oue month, I won cured. — Samuel D. White, Atlanta, Ga. I havo long used Ayor's Pills, iu my family, and believe tlinm to bo tho b»st pills made,— 8.0. Dardoii, Dardon, Miss. My wife and little girl wore lakoii with .' Dysentery a few days ago, and I at ouco i' began giving them small doses of Ayer's I Pills, thinking I would call a doctor if tho |L disease became any worse. In a short I time the bloody diHalmrgoii stopped, all pialn wentaway, and health was restored, |—Thoodoro Ksllng, Kluhmoiid, Va. • Ayer's Pills, Prepiwi by Dr. J. 0. Ayor & Co., Lowell, UUM. JjvlU by til Doolori In Uedloluei Riidersnausen & Sountag, ifot Sale. A convenient uucl pleasant homo at a roa- "wKhH, 8 ^ ^ 0)ug a two-story frame hoSSo « liiglitli street, near Henry. . , tor Sate. A choice farm of 320 acres, with flrst class for Halo. A one -story framed welling IIOUBO In eood condition. In Topping's addlflou to Allon. .„. For Sole Cheap 'Hie residence of Oapt. W. f. ohlo; two .tories and mansard road 12 room 4 liaUs olOBOta.ftellara.eto.: 8 acres of groan Mori •losirnMo property In tho city. For sale. 16U acres of land near olty limits, Stu,o f wo | story took ana trameclwol ui? nouse; bolhBituutodontheouBi . o .jLBto struat between Oth and 7th ftrcots- so tho brlok block of Btorta on Seoon street, between analud 8« atl 'eo« ; nowu as Hunter's , Vor Sole. cod In Mon co., Kansas, at »lu and '16 nor aero .ispoctwoly-ono-thlrd Ottsh.httlaiioo on time: For Sftlti* A larm of 140 iieres on bottom land, all In oultlvation. near Madison, In this county. A - U ' 10U " B h0 '" JU '* . , *or Bnlo. A choice lunn of lit) noroH. A fnvra, consisting of HO nores of irood land Bltimte within a ictlos of Upper Alton, su?ta- bio tor dairy purposes. Plump, " vu "' ou "» Patents. i'o ny persons wlshlnu to obtain lettoi iiutont on now inventions, improvements o d08lgu«,I wlllazeouto drawing and speolfl oMIous and mako applloatlona for I'utonts All oouaultutlon, In ponon or by latte , free LI'tiAS *u«n, 111. _. ~.. u ^ vi»v* .A_^l 4*lJJtl>' U Committee's bill revising the State Drainage laws, was read a third time and passed. The bill revises the law so that only one mode of organization instead of four as now exists, is provided for. It also provides for uniformity of records and corporate authority; levying of assessments and addition ef territory and the consolidation of drainage districts. The bill providing for sentences of imprisonment for criminals who are convicted of felony a third time was passed; yeas, 79 ; nays, 28. The bill providing for the p blica- tion of names of all ex-soldie ^sailors and marines residing iu su mo i3 failed to pass on a vote of 70 yeas to 24 nays. The vote by which the bill lost will be reconsidered tomorrow morning. Mr. Merritt's non-forfeiting insurance policy bill was called up on special order and gave rise to a prolonged discussion. It provides that after two payments have been made and tho insured is unable to make further payments he shall bo entitled to an amount proportionate to the premium paid. The bill passed— yeas 97, nays 8, SBNATU. The Senate spent the entire day in considering the majority and minority reports of the special investigation committee on State printing contracts. Tho debate ou the reports lusted k until lato in tho afternoon, Senators Crabtreo, Wheeler, Forman and Johns making speeches. Finally tho minority report of Senators Seller and Higgius, which censured Secretary of State Dement and the commissioners on contracts, was defeated, jji-eceiving only ten alllrmative votes and the majority report was adopted by 85 yeas to 5 nays, Senators Shutt and Hill being absent nnd Senators Cantwoll, Monnlmn, Oron- dorff, Southworth and Strattau voting no. Finds that the printing contract was illegally obtained by u conspiracy; instructs the attorney general to begin criminal proceedings to annul tho contract. etc.; recommends too withholding »f appropriations for printing; orders further printing under the present contract -topped only as is necessary for this legislature, and that tho Stale print. Soon Have Died. Burks Medicine Co., Quincy, 111: GENTS—i want to toll you what your White Pine.Balsam has done for mo, I had a cough for three long months, contracted while in Leadvillo, about Aug. 19. I had doctored 'constantly, i was so bad 1 could not He down at night. I would just as soon have died as to live in that condition. I took ono bottle of your Balsam and am entirely cured. Have not even coughed for four days. Yours truly, MKS. S. J. BARRACK. LITTLE APRICOTS. There is nothing so positive in its action in treatment of deranged Jiver, biliousness, heartburn, nervous and sick headache, as Little Apricot Pills, easy to take as sugar!' to' sluall, 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 ou hand some reliable medicine like Burks' W hito Pino Balsam ithat would cost them but 60o, and perhaps euro three or four colds. Sold by K. Marsh. BURKS' WHITE PIMB BALSAM. It will be found equally ollicacious in colds slid coughs of long standing, relieving the distress and restoring the throat to us normal state. For sale by E. Marsh, Altou, 111. mylawlm Tax Sale. County Treasurer Wickhffo informs us that tho tax payers aro outtinj; the deliqucnt list to small proportions, and -hat tho aggregate- of tho lax sales will fall far short of the previous years. This Mate of affairs is proof that there is a bettor condition of money manors in Madison county. For the information of those who havo not liquidated, wo will inform thorn that the tux sale will begin on Monday, Juno Cth.— Eds Democrat. How to limn Flesh and nnd Strength. _ Use after each meal Scott's Emulsion; it la as palatable a.i milk and oas« ily digested. Delicate people improve rapidly with its use. For Consumption, Throat affections aud Bronchitis it is unequalled. Dr. Thos. Prim, Ala says: "I used Scott's Emulsion on a ojyid eight nionlliH old; ho gained four pounds In a month." mwf wk lui Mho Wanted to Pay. Tt takes tho fair BOX lo express (hat common foiblo, vanity, in a thoroughly artless manner. On a west side oar the other ovouiiif> two women wore ohattinj.' pleasantly, wlion one bogaii to fumble for some money to pay tho /arc with "Oh, lot mo pay it," said tliu other, "i want to show my now pocket book"and iho displayed a noat ono of noyol pat- torn.— Ex. TION GASOLINE STOVES See our HARNESS. NEW F " §30. We keep the BEST GASOLINE and OILS on tap and delivered to any part of the city. HI. Cor. 2d and State sts., ALTON, ILL. THE BEST OJM EAKTH! BOSS FILLED WATCHES, FromJplS to $50. Warranted 20 Years, BBEECH-LOADING GUNS, From $16 to $30. J. H. BOOTH THE LE AMV(* " ^^v-fiin, JEWELER mylfidwlv SUBSCKIBE FOR THE ALTOI m. ffiEGBAPfl, IOC Per, By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily in =._ Madison county \\ hat you need is a medioino whloh is „ puro, oilloiont, reliable. Such ia Jt>oodud «t,, warsaparilla. It nosshhana -•» uox m. oiiriuivo poworn. .j . mylU dwt[ J, SUITER & SON, 3EADUUS III) PINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A. Pall aud Complete Stock Always ou Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. >HTU FUUMTUllK UOOMB AUIS ON State Street, ?opp, Third, it,. \ • • ALTON, ILL, •pDdwlv 7 E. J. PENIFOLD, Prop. PIASA STKEET, Between Second and Third, Alton, 111. HOST OONVJSNIHNT DINING ItOOM IN THIS 01TV. U001) TAULU AND UEA- HONAIILl) UATES, CALL AND JIK (JONVtNOKO. * ' '<^S': & W»V ' ' '-<"'

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