Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1887 · Page 1
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 1

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, May 28, 1887
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r VOLUME 26. AlM>N, ILL., SATURDAY . MAY 2fc, 1&87. '308. Absolutely Pure. V >, ,. ,„„-„, never s varies, A marvel ol fj> strougth Wholesomoness. More eoo- .UQnsloaU than the ordinary kinds; and cannot " Bol4 to competition with tho multitude ol ~ - J "i, short weight, alnm phosphate JanSdwly REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ( H READ LIST OF BARGAINS —AT— C. A.Schlueter's Agency, For 'pole, cheap, oor.ot 7th and Alton ats.; frame dwelling;,! rooms and cellar, rents lor $10 perlnontu. > ', Jot Sale or Exohangae— 100 acres, 85 in oul- tlvatton,;2Ji mllea northeast of Posterburg, at a Bargain. r 0> ., -Tpr Bale— Flye -room brlok house, story and a half; gorner Eighth and Meohanlo street. Cau be had at a bargain. Good ^property to IWl» -''' ' ','•' 4i j.-. , " One 0-room now house, with cellar, cistern and_ coal' house. Lot 60 by 110 on Oth and Marketrs^,.'.;:-!--..-:. ;; .. •• ' -.-• For eftler-ono 8-room house anyone 8-room house, 9th arid Market sts. Lot GO 'by 110; good cistern and coal house, at a bargain. For sale— 16 acres In North Alton with (rood 6rohard;barn and plenty 'of water. For salo-iiseo acres Improved farm with good house and Stables In Woodson county, Kansas. Bill; runs across Irom Fort Scott to Wichita; 6 miles from county seat, for sale— 76 aoroa partly bottom land, Improved' 'farui; 'iiear 1 Dorsey, with plenty of good tratldiriua on same. . For ! sale— 10 pieces of 'valuable property with good houses, In this city. Fopsale or exchange— A nice little cottage In- Bsthalto, with 'plenty of ground, stable and BOod water on premises. For solo or exchange— Two sections of JB.R. timber land In Se. Missouri, 160 miles from St. Louis on the Iron Mountain B. R., at a bargain. ,.;>'. ;</, •;•'. . ; ; y :•' i \ .! For sale or exchange, 3 acres ol ground! on Main it., adjoining Mayor.Oopplnger's on the east. !"6r sale or'exohantte— J5 sections' ol prairie land In Crocket county, Texas. Will sell cheap. Suitable for any farming purposes. Throe acres adjoining Dr.Uoborta oh'north. Five lots on Dry at!, adjolnlng;Thoaiaa Biggins' residence on the east. One and a half lots in Hawley's addition. One and a half lots in Shelly's addition. Any of the above property can bo bought at a bargain. I also represent the Buffalo German Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N- Y. , one of the best companies in the U. S. And other good Companies in 1 addition. _ C* A. SCHLTJETER, in my New Building on Second street. mahUdw '""" in Tarrant'fl SelUer you behold Accrtoln euro lor young and old t For Conitlpotioii will And fndlgeitlon quickly Btarti •»•—-«» Blok Headache, too, Will loouBiuwlde. Whoa Tarrant'» Seltut boa been tried. ones! Help for Men, H ~::; Of! ." t v ;Pajr Mo More Honey to Qoncbs! l send you a Nitw SBUT-ODBB, dlacover- ^. ifter 80 years' experimenting, which i. svaK FAILS &nd COSTS YOU ABSOLUTELY KoinlNa until cured. Addroaa HENBT SP11AUL, box 106, Milwaukee. WlS. •;.•• myMdiw ifertints. ' ' „ to obtain letter PUB, Improvements o j.* nw wwuw drawings and apeolfl _ _, s'and mftVerapplloatloua (or Patents j consultation, ln}i«r»on or by lotto , free LFCA8 PFEU^ENBEHGEB, 200 BAGS HIGGDSTS' FINE SALT i-ji t- . For Dairy and Table Use, lnJ14 lb. linen saoks and 5O ib. (or sale by J. AviRYRIE. Lucas Pfeittenberger oi GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT 1ND MECHANICAL .DRAUGHTSMAN, «f'; .?•!"•'! "; Office oaTblrd »t.,one door ol Plftift, tUlrd floor. Oho of tlip most, ^earned -,men in the ooUhtry ife jilexahder Cruniiriull, rector, of | St. Luke's, PtbtostJaht Ettiscopal olnn-oh, WflBhlhgt<)h,'D. ; 0.' ; ' When he desired to study for holy; artier* ho applied at Kenyon !0olleg6v .Gumbier, Ohio, butnivas' refused admission. Ho made, applications elsewhere which wore equally'unsiiccpSHftil. Ho finally went to Oxford, England; and there tboli a'full course.' Ho'is'/an eloquent preacher, 1 and "his 'congregation embraces a largo 'number of prominent colored citizens of the Federal capital. ••-.,•'.. • . i. i :<„•-/: •• j J; •,• 't t, . , . • • •,,: . , ':;:'' During r the carnival of!l875 in New Orlcans:Miss^Celeste Stnufl'or, ^one of the legatees under the Tildcn will, was ithe Queen; ;Admiral Jouctt, of the flagshijp'Tohn'essee, which anchored at' Now Orleans during the carnival, tendered a'reception to the royal party. When Miss Stauffer arrived ., on Aboard the gallanli.adrniral asked s her majesty >to name a request and ho ^vould grant it. "Bring your prisoners to mo, said Miss Staufier. The offenders wore brought up in ironsi Miss Stauffer turned to them and said: ; "You are free." The men cheered the fair queen for . her gracious • act, and then she made the grim admiral a duke. On Miss Stauffer's departure the Tennessee fired a salute. '•.». • i .... There is a farm orio hundred miles long and one hundred miles wide in Louisiana. It cost $50,000 to fence it. The importance ot purifying the 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 DnrM ilio v Barsaparilla. It strengthens rcUUIlai and builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used i give to Hood's Sarsaporilla pecul- Trt Itcolf iar curative powers. No • W HScIT other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaporilla do not be induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparina Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by 0.1. Hood & Co., Lowell, MM*. IOO Doses One Dollar W. F. ENSEVGEJR, Plain and Decorative d. : h. ..•••• ; : l/'WOBK PBOMPTLT 'ATTENDED TO AT WWB8TTBKM8. SHOP OX SECOND ST., NEAR PIASA AJLTON. ... . ILI, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT, • • . • . —BX-Y.-,. • •-.., •. .... . Ruderahausen & Sonntag. .'•.••'•. ,',»or Sale.--. ' • A convenient an (1 pleasant home at a reasonable figure, being a two-story frame house on Eighth street, near Hanry. > . '.. ' "., lor 8M«. '' .' ' '; '•' " A oholoe farraot'ino acres, with first class mprovementa, situated 2M miles .east ot Brunawlek. Oharlton oo,,, Mo. . JTpir 8aI0r '-". ' :' ' ' ..... A one -atory frame dwelling house In good condition, In Topping's addition to Alton, For Sale Clienp ' Th« residence of 0»pt. W. P." voble; two itorles and mansard roof) 12 room-, 4 halls. closets, cellars, etc. : 8 acres ol groan . Moit •loslrablo property In the city. • , , '-'•'- • Fir HBlo. '". ••'.'•' IBOftcrespf land near city ttrattS) Stucg".., twpstpry.brtok »nd Irarn* awai:n« aquae. loth sltuaUid on the east <v o 1 dtftte street iptwoen 6tb.'and7th Vtroets.- no the brioh block of stores on Seoon • atreet, between Jtomv and lUdgo street uown M Hunter 1 * ' ' ...... ForBkle.- '' " •' ' A iinAll framed i^&g biouso within one olooka of thB a • ot lor IftS; '. • ' 100 sores ( f good 1 arming land, " another root of 300 acres, both unl unproved Situate n Mon .• co., Kansoo, at ?] ,0 and ;i6 per acre espootivoly-one- third ooi ih.biUsiiooon time. For Bait i. ' . Alarm of UO aorta on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Uadlson , In this county. A rood two-story frame dw< tiling howo on it* Vice 18,000 , For S»l». '"• A choice farm of ISO f tores, situate 1 mile soutlt of Sblpman, Haoov iptu oounty, 111,, at A farm, consisting of HO acres of good land Ituate within a mTtaa of Upper Alton, bio for dairy inirposuu, Clieop. LATJE8T NEWS. It Is now, .believed that about 200 persons perished in the flames of tho Paris Comique Wednesday night. : A Cincinnati clothing house has been awarded the contract to make 5,000 suits of clothes for the Indians. Washington estimates of the surplus revenue for the current fiscal year, now nearly completed, place it at about $100,000,000. All tho housework of Wellesley College is done by tho 300 girl students in three quarters of on hour each day. There'sjthe place to go for a wife. Recent South America advices report the cholera raging fearfully in Buenos Ayres and vicinity. The epidemic is spreading rapidly, and people are "dying off like sheep.'.' Another Mozart has come in the person of Josef Hofman, a 10 year old boy, who has been setting the cities of '. the Continent wild by his wonderful precocity. A series of concerts by him will be given in London next month. . Elise P. Buckingham successfully manages a fruit farm of several hundred acres in California, and is so well pleased-with the work that she urges other women to go into the business. There is plenty of room out there for all who;want to try it. In the National Presbyterian Assembly yesterday a. comtdittee. was ordered appointed to confer with a similar one from the St. Louis Assembly to devise means of closer relationship. So it seems the President really has been trying to unload Mr. .Garland. The Pan-Electric statesman says he was offered a place on the. Inter-State Commerce Commission as far back as February, but refused to be unloaded. .... ... '., , A horrible tragedy, is, reported from Iowa. A farmer named :John Fall and his wife, Jefferson township, twelve miles southwest of the city of Oskaloosa, were murdered and their house burned by some person 0r persons unknowp. The charred remains of. Mr. Fall, were found in the ruins, and those of Mrs. Fall, badly mutilated, were, found near the house. It is 'thought that the object of the perpetrators of the crime was robbery. Legislature. HOUSE. ; SPRINGFIELD, 111., May 20r^In the House this morning Judge Green called up the House Revenue bill and had it placed upon its passage. A motion to reconsider was tabled by a vote of 78 to 83, The following bills were. passed: Providing for. the election of trustees of Champaign University by popular vote instead of appointment by Governor; increasing the standard weight of sweet potatoes from flfty to .fifty five pounds per bushel; providing for appeals pf any matter in controversy relating to school districts in township of any oounty divided by .county lines to the County Superintendent of the county in which said'districtslare located, and in case of failure to reach . an agreement, the matter to be referred to the County Judge, whose decision shall be final. , • The Senate amendments to the House bill providing ; for an industrial home for the blind were concurred in. ... : . • Mr. Merritt introduced a bill providing that tho question of the suppression of pleuro pneumonia in this State be placed in> tho hands of the Bureau of Animal Industry of the United States. The bill was advanced to second reading. The House adjourned at 11:20 until Tuesday m orning. ...... SKNATE. ..„•,!, , The Senate bill providing for the appointment of .Deputy Sheriffs was taken up and advanced to third reading. The bill provides .that hereafter no person shall be appointed Deputy Sbpdff who is not a • citizen of the State of Illinois and a qualified voter .of the county in which the appointment is made, and no person shall be appointed a Deputy Sheriff or special Deputy by any Sheriff in this State, who is in the employ of any detpoti.vo or any detective agency, or who shall have been in any suoli employ within six mouths preceding such appointment. Tho House yesterday, adopted a joint resolution for tho appointment by tho Governor of a special oommiij tee of five to'Investigate the Chicago drainage and report to tho next General Assembly. ; ,, .Senator Bacon's, bill to prevent the abandonment of children was passod and Bout to the House. The b;ill provides that when any .child, under the ageiof 1 year shall be abandoned by.its parents oivguardian^such per- son.or persons'shall bo deemed guilty ojf a felony, on.d upon, conviction shall be afine of ,not loss than 8800 nor,more than. ,$1,000, or by imprisonment in the, penitentiary not exceeding three, years,'or,by both line and.imprisonment, in the discretion of the : court.., ,, ', ,, , .,.,.,.., , The Senate bill . efonsolidating the Boards of Commissioners of the Joli- ct and Chester..Penitentiaries, was advanced to., third reading. The House Interlocking Switch bill was taken up on third reading and, passed. Several House,bills -were .advanced on the calendar, : after which the Senate adjourned until Tuesday morning. •• • / ' ' - - * ,..•-; Soon Bare Died. Burks Medicine Co., (Juincy, 111: GENTS—r want to tell you what your White PinoiBalsam^ 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 He down at night. I would just as soon have died as to live in that condmon. I took one bottle of your Balsam and am entirely cured. Have not even coughed tor four days. Yours truly,' ;, . .: MKB. 8. J. BAKEACK. LITTLE APRICOTS., There is nothing so .positive in its action in treatment '6'f 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 handsome reliable medicine like Burks' White Pine Balsam (that would cost them but 60c, and perhaps cure three or four colds. .Sold by E. Marsh. BDKKS' WHITE PJlxE.BALSAM. It will be found. equally efficacious in colds and. coughs.of long standing, relieving the distress and restoring the throat to its'normal state. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton, 111. myldwlm Backache, stitches in. the side, inflax tion and soreness of the bowels, are symptoms of a disordered state of the digestive and assimilative organs, which can be corrected by the use of Ayer's Cathartio Pills. : • dwlw I, SUITER & SON, DEABBK8 EN FINE AND COMMON FUENITUtiE. A. Foil and Complete Stock Always on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFOEE PUECHASING. i)UE FUEKITUBB BOOMS AEE ON State St^t^dpp. Third, ALTON/. ILi,. •pSdwlv Ormsby Spring Roller SASH BALANCE. 80WSKIOR to any method over invented to balance a window In NBWor OLD bouaos. No casings removed or plastering disturbed In applying "THB OltBISBY." The result Is superior to weights and cords, without any of'their objectionable features. ' OBM8BY SASH BALANCE GO., 92 Utlca St., Boston, Moss. Thls'so^n bos been In use In Mr. - rfolffcu- borj(Qr,s qfllco, for the past year, where It can be aeon by any who desire. I S. 8. HOBAET, Agent, Alton. •'•••••• , my!27d8m WM. L. KLUNK UNDERTAKER. ly-Made CofflnB, Metalio Cases, Caskets And Burial Robes For Ladle*, Gentlemen and Children. Office and Shop on State street Overll»rti Livery stable. Wul attend to Job ualim* ITnrnltwrA. («B «"«r A TMrriT'T^ A T ONOM, A UK- W A*7 JLJtuJL'UABI.K jiAN" to take orders for choice nuraery utook, Good pay. Stead; work, Outfit (roe. No expe- rlonoe uoedud, JAMKB K. WHITNEY, Nuraerymun, Roott e i,tor, N.T Ingrain .Carpets frota 25cip — „ Tapestry Brussels from 5uc to $1 pS 1 " V^fl. Body .Brussels froniSBc to $1,25'pfef yard, Oil Cloths frcm20c to SDcoer yard. , , ; India Matting^ from I5c to 55c peryard, We have jfopld Stock! No job lots! All New arid Clean 1 Upholstery Goods and Uptiolstfertttg flone. Agent for Awnings. CJash prices, i will gladly duplicate St.JLouis prices. '''.'' ' | iio-.j ,r.i.i;inj i, tii y.'-_-i<v.'itr!!.i Gall at ''A.. THE fLD. AGETS FOE THE WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS- ; .. < .-,,., THEOBiiEDRATJBD . j Studebaker Farm Wagon. Belleville Threshers and Engines; Moline Flow Go's Plows and Cultivators and Pulverizing Harrows. , _ EMPIRE TfrlNE BINDERS^ DROPPERS AND MtJWERSi -Headquar: ters for EDPION and (JARJHNE OILS; ENGINE, CYMNDER and * SIGNAL OILS -STOCK,! WELL and CISTERN -PUMPS; fine . line of: COOKING STO.VES; .the DANGLER and PERFECTION 'GASOLINE STOVES. See our $10 JBCGGY HARNESS. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES, $30. We keep 'the BEST GASOLINE and BURNING OILS on tap and delivered to any part k pf the city. , B.1 Cor. 3d and State sts., ALTON, ILL. B. L. Dorsey, Jr. Harry Mann, & lAM, OFFICE: Belle street, near - ,...,-,•!,. . i • ' > • • • t > Special attention j paid to the Buying and Selling of Real Property, and the Collection of Rents. TELEPHONE B. L, Jporsey, Jr. $^?y Mann. DORSEY & MArSTN, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of OFFICE: Belle street, near Third, Illinois Soft/Indiana Block, Lehigh and other anthracite. Piedmont Blacksmlth- Ing, Comiellsville |& Illinois Coke. TELEPHONE 84. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ALTON EYE. TEEGRAPB, lOc !r W 9 • • • , . -^^^ By mail or delivered, Only Republican Daily in Madison county «•

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