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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 4, 1883, Alton, Illinois Volume MONDAY JUNE Number AUTEN Have Just Received from one of the Largest Importers in New Navy Huntsman And other shades of Oros Black and Colored Surah Black and Colored We invite an of these as we can safely say they are the best goods for the price ever shown in Auten RAILWAY rrr OHIO AGO AND On and after HtS on the aud Alton will Alton us follows Fur 7 00 m Mull t m i OJ ty 5 M in Alton ui For Chicago aud the East Chicago 9 m 0 06 Per Burling ton null Kansas City and Day Express City change at Godfrey Accommodation Jacksonville m t Time la ten minutes tastet than City Louis Division Ticket INDIAN AND On and after April train on this line leave Union Depot as follows i Day Express Accommodation except New York Express dolly 7 80 m Going to Louts i New York t Express m Boston and Express dany in Day Express All trains leave the Union Depot In Alton on City AND Trains leave tho Union at Going North i Express except Sunday 8 Night Express except Saturday W UPPER ALTON j Trains leave Upper Alton follows GOING Mall mid Paul Through Mall and JINE GOLD SILVER Jewelry 1 Silver New styles and pattern Just can now offer you the largest took ever dli ployed in Choice goods at very tow Particular attention given to Fine Watch by one of tho boat of It la for your interest to give uu a j corner Third fund Piasa Every known variety in S and plated to suit all of There is no necessity of vonr pa peddlers and We have lii stock every and fooal number of nutted to all CUD be fluert for you would to nay these or optical M New inserted Into old tacle repairs and supplies of all Sewing Machine And parts for all for sale tho latest improved Sewing New Homing Davis and At very low figures Wo do em ploy or you oan thut by buying irom if you u call and examine our Over twenty yours ox In and repairing tue enables to appreciate Hud select the bust modem Improved lor uur REAL THE FOLLOWING CO 8 of North America and CHens Western Assurance AND OTHERS A IN THE OF WE ALSO THE Mutual Benefit and Travelers Life and Accident Office Over Alton Third and State W JL IK from God u large Tho at lato real deuce ot For farm Alton trout Godfrey ou tlie road i 2 story 7 rooms and outbuildings BO and In olam tlie are t lite very bust aud all ready for for 0718100 acres off the tract In Up per can be had nt a Tle now by B corner ant Alton i i in from Bolu Harry brick bouie and For 1 Loe on State frarao aim bouse will bo sold sold at acres M and also A nuea WlU cold separately or About of For Hick Impurity of tlie and alt caused bj Be ntnf of Bowels and OF A DISEASED Bud llrcalh Vain In the Iho in felt under lor of Dowels with lai f JUi U dull and of nail undone luen done ii dry cougn and face Is sometimes an often mistaken for consumption the patient complains of and debility easily startled feet cold or a prickly sensation of tho skin spirits arc low and that would be bene can up fortitude to try Several or the above symptoms attend the but cases have occurred but few or them yet examination after death has shown the lilver to have been extensively It should bo used by all old and whenever any of tha above Fenians Traveling or Living In Un healthy by a dose atly to keep the in healthy will avoid all Nan Depression of will invigorate like a of but is no If You have eaten anything hard digestion or feel heavy after or sleep less at a dose and you will be Time and Doctors mils will be saved by always keeping tho Regulator In the House t whatever the ailment may a thoroughly safe alterative and tunic can never be out of The remedy ic harmless and does not Interfere with or IT IS And has all the power and of Calomel or without any of the injurious after A Governors Simmons Liver Regulator has been In usi in my family for some and 1 am satisfied it is valuable addition to the medical GILL Governor of Alexander of says Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Liver aud wish to give it a further The only Thing that never fulls to I have used many remedies for Dys Liver Affection and but never have found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator 1 sent from Min to Georgia for and would send further for such a and would advise ail who are affected to give it a trial as it seems the only thing that never fails to Mason From actual ex in the me of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use and It as a purgative only the which always has on the Wrapper Uie red Z TradeMark and Signature of BV ALL BAKERS CHOCOLATES r Premium of pUIn fam ily from which the of oil hu bHa cully and admirably adapted for a drink or eaten u oon U Article i highly by Invaluable M a diet for chil a meat excellent article for Sold by Bargains Bargains IN and I Crockery THIRD OP Just Another lot of thd Celebrated PORCELAIN Comprising Beautiful New of Plain Porcelain in Stock Also Gold and Fine Decorated Tea Seta and Deco rated Toilet Seta also the beet quality and Fine Stone China Ware Toilet Ewer and 8 inch 36 a sot and 39 Other gooda in Lowest Cash Just Received AT Crockery Store LOT OF THE ROGERS BROS Best Ware Double and Triple Plate Table Spoons and Table Pickle Castors But tor Dishes Triple Quadruple Plate AND AT THIS CASH Also Triple Plate Table at per set and at ft per THIRD ALTON JUST RECEIVED Crockery Store New and Beautiful Patterns PINT S Kueh A S aud TAULK SALTS 0 la w SS 10 Km hi OVAL Xff IS Kuril XO PURE lul So A Uf marls GENERAL AND The Recent Alleged Lard fi The Recent Storms in Nebraska Man Lynched in Notes KANSAS June the wellknown oil ho firm of ot this wus lain the report of had to tierces of laid from tilts bunking houne Kowler Bald Information from niy brother In Chicago that had refused u large number ot Uercis of our lard on the ground was prime To stiy I WM hardly Knowing that the hint was all anil the wrong WHS to that bad the lard privately and bad evidence enough to Jus him to keep any more of Unit lirand from the firm is he did inspect it he found It up to the Is It true that other firms also refuse to receive the I think and if they did It would ave been a natural consequence of excitement mused by the action of the former if the lard was up lo the why was It rejected The of been buying up nil quartern for Kama time jast with a view of cornering the my Idea la that more on hand than they can handle and want to get rid of It and repudiate other contracts that they have tor they could have no other I also It IB re ported that he bus not Imin able to work off his stock as he would like to have raised all kinds of objection us to the quality of that which he In com to I suppose Is about It Is said that the lard refused as being below standard and that must take the on I read a dispatch from my brother in Chicago that tho lard had carefully Inspected and found to be fully Up to the This tion I Suppose was made by the committee appointed to investigate the ad Just Itll s complete vindication of our Thu But few facts he gathered concerning the great flood lit Council of men were at work all day long trying ui their property from the general and restore their homes to an Inhabitable An effort waa made to secure a full list of tin but It mis found to bu impossible as very few could give anything like an accurate estimate ol the they bad Scores of families lost furniture and houses being But the more fortunate ones have taken them and will provide for their wants until the relief committees get to Few people doubt now but that the total loss will amount to though as yet it is all The heaviest aside from that of the fulls on who is out about bv the wreckage of Ills new Opera have their intention of helping Many cases of hairbreadth escapes have been In some whole families being obliged to spend the night In treetops to get out of the reach uf the The flood and its humorous side though few have felt like laughing us One that bU bouse was about to took his child on his back and waded through water waist deep to a place of Returning he took his wife over In the Batna left bor with the Then bij baok again for his loading her on his tried to cross once Find ing himself unable to make the trip with safety he tumbled the old lady into u bandy clothes and with the aid of a neigh bor carried her The trains arc all running though tbo Hock Island gains an entrance over the Burlington tracks and the Northwestern runs In over the City and making a detour of many miles via A Tennis Cyclone ni June storm that raged aver north Saturday night Hunt in the shape of a doing great damage to buildings and properly but no one Is reported killed or Among the buildings known to bu de are the Methodist large brick warehouse and the Western Union Telegraph Tho county court house was considerably damaged and a large number of frame bouses careened and moved ptt their The wildest rumors as 16 tbo of the storm are in placing tho buildings destroyed as high as ono and that scores of people killed and but the details given aro all that van be stated with telegraph wires to Greenville are nil prostrated and efforts to reach there havo been unsuccessful up to AT June terrible tornado struck this city at But evening with disastrous Kuln fell In torrents and for twenty min utes the tola destruction pf the town seemed Tho wind came from a northwesterly with terrific A survey of tho city shows over one hundred and houses down and moved off the blocks and pickets on which they while a large number of ers are mo less The wreck seems most too to bo Only one life was of a Sev eral persons sustained severe how An Unknown MAM Fount Juno The body of a man was found in a Chicago and Alton railroad box cur near elevator yesterday The do roused was about 6 feet Inches complexion and sandy mous pounds 40 years old cotton gray black felt hat plow A timo check of tht Iron Mountain railroad was found ou his person to John The body had ibe of having been dead several The coroner took possession of tUt says Iron entirely my ol weak and June terrible of criminal rill the parl of A Slates which killing of three haft JUKI come to Komo weeks ngo Mershon were looking for it couple of In Mar They were supposed to and the with two if her children II land were the owing to the and the on ly it j no years wasj in tbo on riding up Woke Hi MIL 11 ml somes drunken Indiana weie rieth ran ifor tlic house to the The the closer nee wed Ihn parties of the lioy the They rushed ami e lying there III tho dim and On lift reported killed three tint Ihc itre over and are to sift matter to the bot All Un June titu mill In shore Saturday The to of a the is thai he came o Ills by foul piny M marks ovir iVv which dressed as black stripped blue cheviot A frw hairs to Indicate the color of his All his personal consisted of a pocketknife and while Deputy Impaneled a and they gave a In accordance above CROPS IN Some Interesi g Statistics for Chronic Hail ol has of the crop which will interesting II will hi Wow the croakers had tho crops all hist have them The i olid crop for ni ill and for corn crop for is put at for at and for The crop for the years and 1881 are given A reference totha of a year mournful of heavy and corn which had and was Just the same as The of the last year are of may be It maybe well also an official relative to which show that this item is so large us Ho I hei Bureau t export of lor year ending was per of the crop for thu Muling ii it 32 15 The for the punt been It obvious lor ol the crop can not the lint the holm demand for thu wilh reference lo the present crop vested In up to of the Bu nail of Wiis but bush els of wheat anil barrels of uf corn aud of K June uf has at too head of the list in thu the appointment Of assistant sur geon in the Hospital of the of Ml South of North Carolina and ol There NKW is a cd looseness in the Ull Elates at which lij likely lo cost two or of the nt their It Is said that Bon and are hooked to The tiled hem arc of a general general demoralisation being the principal of the tills evening upon an official to the milling regions In Western and for Uio purpose of statistics produc lie will also supervise the annual settlement of the accounts of In charge of Western mints and assay As the star route trial draws to a close tho Jury have become more than ever objects of solicitude mid movements of each of of tlm liox are lully by The Uov ei IK suspicious of the of one man In it Is hus been furnished considerable work by and his and for many months past this mechanic has been under constant Several of the ex dismissed from their positions hero on account of collusion with burglars and other an In liu employ of tho and these gentry upend their time between the courtroom and I he At tho latter place lias established his and here his employes report dally they ire began ids argument Miner Is only defendant who the but the conspirators arc In hailing distance presence be Theri lo lie no doubt lliu counsel thul will wind up this a has finished about two his The middle of In as the Inlost duto to to which lht case can be prolonged beforo submitted til the lor Yollow June at iM hint for thu and of thu Yellow Slone il and Included In this sum wus for the payment of a superintendent and ten inry Teller lias ol the will i pr and rumitlnUec will ie at another The park Kimh will bo their du us follows Mini Wol New York and will enter upon Inly when thu appropriation will become and will bo under Iba of Superintendent of the Mc relm y Teller nf thu Laud and clerk to a committee to In spect and submit a report on tho ui tho Dyos any lutly got K ud lie boat e iw dyu wun to name aud Wit New June has Issued an order cll at Unit and to hereafter at tention and not to without to the Judge that bin reason foi such a ruin was owing to the num ber of defalcations that mid been In ought to by Inspectors of the Investi gation that the postmasters In most canon when financial had were In the habit of trusting too Implicitly In their Politics was at t lie bot tom of the but under tbo new or der no postmaster that disobeyed the In would have an opportunity to re peat his There Was no necessity for postmasters to run from their business to work ur n boom foi and while at the head of th said Judge Ores I shall put my foot down North Carolina June o the movement in North Jesse who Is now said The coali tion In North Carolina Is A tMng of the past defeat killed Hid movement won last year the power of public plunder would have kept It together for hut H could not stand North Carolina In really and give an majority for the party In the presidential election next All this talk about carrying the electoral vote of North Carolina for a Itc publican Is sheer and the men of who talk way know They serve their political by keeping up that and thats enough for feror June Service Is to of the at which ban been by the Board of owing to lack of Daniel Burgess the agent of Uid board for some will be ap pointed tinder the new The fulled to pay his salary last having used all their money payment of other official duties in the various States who weie near enough to have some on Burgess will probably to go to the Court ot Claims for his In view of the of yellow fevor on the Marine Ilos officials proper authorities to examine the vessels leaving Cuban ports for the United Homy Revenue June receipts customs and revenue Satur day round customs receipts amounted to over This large wus owing co quan tity of sugar which Is being brought out of bond and entered far the new sugar schedule into effect A June Ham an idle character of wai week and placed In jail there or the murder of near Win one year whose to Ills was arrested nn tho of a man now in on the body was who said Hammer had confessed to him next day after the murder that bp killed Newell for the pension The Inquest found llam Bier MBN assembled at the square at having been refused the keys by the broke Into tlic building with and a rope around who declined their offer to hear his nicy lead him out into the a the In the court lion e to alarm the town In the The rope was thrown over the limb of a and Hammer was pulled The other end of the rope was then made fast to the one of the party roseUp to tin struggling Hammer nnd ended his by a shot through his The whole party volley and galloped There Is very at Hammer was forty years old his aged father lives ou a farm near that June Delia Stow art will evening In this by sell her pictures and other works of She has recently sold her family laces Jewelry to personal The farm at has been advertised lo cities not Intend to go abroad ushas been but her devotion to the liand Interest for three years past has excluded attention to private affairs aud here resources have di She Is adding something to her Income by literary The Income of her two Charles and Jolin have been lessened by the John In coma of from land In Ireland has not been received in throe A year and a be settled on a plantation In Juno late a section on the of was struck by the going west at Saturday about iOO yards west of at this literally cut to lie came ou train to this place and was said to have been drinking He was about old and leaves a wife and seven held ai killed by the Ills were a u Uu was Identified by an old pistol he bad was trying to trade other anil ol Texas and mils stated to u gentleman of thin city In that the and road would bo and from to by thq 1st of and as It dues at With the Colorado and Santa will give the mad an outlet lo all principal points North and of the Juno An of some of the wheat fluids In this vicinity which to ilia eye shiny Unit are all not 1 per of the being This Is so as to lend to the belief I hat crop will bu even thai has been A prominent commission per cent of tin urn tho remainder win over 00 Juni tho will plead of of at but will resist the charRO of bu U alleged In liml on thy He will deliver an address to thu which he Iron cured mo nl m i vous THE PRECIOUS The of Gold and Mines In June following Is in of the special ot director of the upon the production of precious United now In the hands of The yield of the mines of the United Slates for the year 1882 was In gold and In Compared with the previous shows a decline of In and an Increase of In The comparative decline In the production of gold In California than any other state or the yield being 00 less This resulted from an interruption of hy mining In some of the northern and middle of the owing to liti and also from a falling nft In tint production of the quartz mines at In where mining Is chiefly there was a and also in Ne Idaho and In silver the principal increase was in Montana and New Idaho showing an In crease of and New Colorado furnished about silver than In The production of I lie country was from states and territories as follows Small Washington Wyoming i California still maintains place in the list of gold and silver and and is likely to do an sometime to She suits brought to prevent ha deposit of debris from placer and hydraulic mines have been virtually More attention is to the development of the quartz minis of and their lowgrade by improved amalgamated promise lo yield in future a Its gold fields no evidence of exhaustion on the magni tude of the deposits In river number and permanence of quartz as well as the virgin ground yet un Insure a golden harvest for many years to shows n decrease In and sil ver of about which is chiefly due to the rapid decline in the yield of thu great which reduced it from first lot bird This state has suffered probably more than any other sec tion from stock speculations and agement in but H reaction seems to be setting and mining In Nevada is being on a more substantial Tu Idaho the production of gold was slightly less than in the preceding but there was a notable increase in sU the mining Industry increased 111 the increased having been in which from fii 188118 In 1882 ITtah shows an Increased production of In and the permanency of of the mining industry In tho Territory Is Arizona has maintained her large pro of nearly New the oldest in has not hitherto appeared as producer of but during the last two years discoveries have been which Increased annual produc tion lo In Colorado It has been claimed there was a large excess of production in that of but from an examination f the flic shipments of ore and Million from the smelting works show to have been In the of base TOOK HIS OWN Domestic Trouble Destroyed All tha Com forts of June noon about 4 Charles u but citizen of A from tills shot himself through the The life of tills had been such an eventful mid one that tills act of suicide WUH riot When until he came Into uf wealth and to one of the most respected ladles of who went to Louis wlm to While there his money profitably aud lie was when family troubles cuine In the ol n young man named It claimed by had won from him lliu So was he ot her change In heart Unit he determined 10 move from tho elly at which where he invested his fortune In land and en Ihc man never recovered from lliu Of HIS so he Impressed with the fact made It lib principal business lo torment his who declared her Innocence of the mudo The mun soon become almost on thu and used to beat her unmercifully when In one of IIH eccentric The best citizens of thu hud always respected the got wind of these troubles and attempted lo Lct the wife lo Hike measures for a bul such n she would not bear ne her corpse found Inim the rafters of the from the rear of her elegant u to the mistreatment of her Tho himself cut down thu body and conveyed It front parlor III the und sny lie looked at thu corpse mid Now he Tho loss wilii served only to excite eccentric mill In six he win uin it one of most respected wealthy In after it hard year und a WAS FOHCKD TO OKI A front him on Iho of Since thut lino lie hus lived u life of total buying up property until ho wna the money of the Saturday afternoon he went down lo tho and made a of and Wiis about to leave lor home und In his buggy In front of where he sut for a few then pulling Ids Into bit hlu ho drew u revolver and It to loft fulling out of of are well extremely and before Ural trouble ho and lie MIH ul und in his will all it Ills this Home of ino less In and A coro nira Iho an tUcu BENSONS i 10 worth their weight in in ml eick ot j WK
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