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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 23, 1880, Alton, Illinois                                 i  VITON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  Volume 20.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23, 1880.  Number 142.  OUR FALL  nxatmwir**'r m   HEW ADV EBT«r.MF'iTS.  AM)  WINTER STOCK  OF  ORY OOO OS,  Now Arriving Direct from New York  Wk onrtn to un ct m.Mr.ss the OU)  Hoi iahlo Insurance  OOW*A»T*a-  l.io rptivl and Lntut»n Md Ol ibf imperial and Northern;  Hiunlmrg'MiiideliarK, of (kitsuy,  t,y no wring; A mn*, rn t  Loudon aud LautAAtilre;  Con me re WU, N. V.j Hen ark lira, NJ.; rannfis 1 , Pena. Mltlm’ Merna! Association, of AHea.  M’Pike & Atwood.  AA ALAO.  MTIS THE  Illinois Mutual lns.Co  Hom« Ut a ce, comer “-eeond and Alb y airest* J Alton, IIL TU* latter Company having agon dea throughout UM State, furnlahea tndemnt-| t> for lo** ut coot, being purely mutual, and having me amenance of more than I URTY YEAlSs in tile bualncaa <>f mutual inanrance.  JOHN ATWOOD Prcaxlent.  J. I Sdiht,  tit*'I Aivtrtt*#rk  Ut* cf “ffCXS an FAUX."  “SOUTH a1 WEST,”  Pct Lits LD AT til Fisk Stuart, St , Loda  By ALFRED AVERY L CO.  Read for (ample copita of “ SOT'Til apl XA LNT,” tvu til U a ftratocla.** agricultural and family    published    eeml-mottbir    a:  the low price of iJ u.irn a I ta*. Politic* ant cntlreiv fzBorcd. Uei..ralBew», valuable later* tuition, and InterMtiig reeding matter are fur. allied. Tlte bm et comt) ondente cemr.btite from *U •eciiot>*of u<r count it. Useful premiums end libel vt rmnm.vboes v..u be liven to dub* ml aer*. RamplSA I bae.  Address, “ SOUTH & WEST,”  SIS Hlno Street, St. Louie, Mo.  IN* ■ (IANCX A NO KEAL ESTATE  Whipple    S Smiley,  RAILWAY HUE TABLE.  CHICAGO AND ALTON. Ow and after Butt!*-. Ort. I, lf  n. train*  .(ii lee a a  LARGEST  BEST ASSORTMENT  The Daily Telegraph.  (Entered at the Postoffice et Alton, IU., na Peon cd Cia** Metter.)  Hadnt; berri appvdttted agent* lot nu but one ut the tiro I n»t<r*n<.'« Companies luniwr I) reprt w ti ted by th* late Mr. Heat; menthe-with Our former own, we are now prepared to pine large Ha*# In toe tot.owing, and otiu.i  First Class Companies:  ASTHMA^*"**®  CERMAK A STH ii A CURCI  K...» f»i .    la.mad* r—1  >V j Ice t si*  torUU.sU  iakalattae, tin* row?in* ti<« ■ wa em n’M« ty* «r»’r. tv    Os*    c»p»-,o.-»u.    *  sr Sri* ill et Hr* ma*_  »'to, tty: no* I fTsliiail  cst eoc ei><t «ii.eo. Trial p., \sr» (rn. I  ad \  •lrptlc*  Tho* th American.  North British.  Sit.HIW ooer  „    .    Jiwwvdto,    air***    tai    l. —  •lf**. Pm f: *</<•• »»•( *t>Mt 11 ii us.In  on the ('hH'ego aud Alton latlroad, 1  Alton aa folio W» r«r St. Louie I  Ka nae* t tty Nigh* Opt*** ....... S    M a. bi  Lightning fteP'W****--.--..........Atta.** ,  Aprtngfidd Accommodation........* ttfc rn.  Fxprra# Met!*......................Map.    *•  iiut mw titty Maut...................  on    p.    •».  Tor Chi'ago and lh* Lust.  Chicago Mailt*...........  J  springfield Accommodation.........ft    lAp.    rn.  lightning Kx prana*  ............ aw    p.    rn  for Jacksonville, Qttlney. Peoria, Hurting ton and Ken«e* City.  Hun a,ta <'Uy M .Ut............  AO    TO a tu.  uttiiiey.Pworia aud RUI 11 agt cm WST  tipi es* *..........   JjJ    1J ** ***■  Kjuimu (vt N .gilt fbrpraan........pl    « p. rn.  Jacksonville Mfctit..................•    tap.    •».  •Duty. 'Except Sunday.  ^Railroad TV*ae (a Mu .rn tulmitca tact** titan City Tune.    f.    M.    BATKA,  •np’t At. i/jtils IHTtelOM ll a. Kobju*. Tic Vet Ag. int.  TUESDAY EVE., NQV. 23.  ie* t MuikB lf Prl e -Agent* Waned.  Iueloal J5ooplo.  Hee*  4  rt> -.,t f* ae rente a yrex.  At LAIC .A KL’:. te helTflpteteU.   #  n.l Di::.£,AM.ClacUu!u*u.*>.  Femur'*ef lau.vsip. ..*.  Sheet  M  fMMe  Come and See Them.  •CW!  MA Hairs DRUGSTORE.  PERFUMERY AND TOILET SOAPS.  A aery large variety of HA NOK FBC Bn I PE.BTL M EX. by the eunee or bottle. FRA-  «IK LNT COLOGNE, CHOICE TOILET SOAP*,  .....      1  — 1  —■    ■ ■  .......—■■ii—  a* Money, Glycerine, Out Meal, Sulphur, Tar, Bay Rain, Cocoaunt OU, Transparent Brown Windier, Shaving Cage* and suck*, etc., etc  Marsh’s Drugstore.  ‘‘AFTER THE BURIAL.”  BT JANIS ice It LL LOWglL  7et, faith la a goodly anchor, w Urn the calc* are • weet a* a psalm,  At the bow* it loll* to atm wart Is blad, broad-«hould«red calm.  And when o'er breaker* to leeward The tentered surge* arr hurled,  It may keep our hand to the ten.pelt With IM grip ob the base ut th* world.  But In breaking gulf* of sorrow,  Whan the kelpie** leat stretch out,  And you find la the deep* of clat ane*.*  No footing *o solid a* doubt,  Then batter Ona (pa: ofmetnory;  One broken plank of the past—  That oer human beam may diag to,  Tho' hope.**., of abort at lait.  There'* a Hula ridge in th* ch arak .yard T would ac ai ca tttjf a chilli iu na race, But to me and my thought* 'tis wulat Than the atar-»oau vague of apace.  Conicle ll you will, I can beant.  ■Ti* a well meant alms of breath-Bot not a1: th# preaching slue* Adam Ila* made death other than death  That little (hoe la the corner,  So worn aud wrinkled and brown,  Ita motionles* hollow confront* you.  And argue* your wisdom down  Mas a Weary Air  I'm Democrat who talked volubly rn 1876 about looking to 1880 for a vindication of kls party, bas a weary air now when a«ked bow he likes the rmdiciv-tiou.—y. Y. Tribune.  It raja Agesti t« iii. Ute SuedeM Agrtwdiwl £kx>!  Farming for Profit     Hartford.    T 1'ht‘Nii.          * !      (onltacntal.    ^ Moi ell* fit*.          2 *      Ajrerlcgii Oui rd!.    r (•Iona Fall*.          I j      Girard.    *3  «♦ Woetvra.          rn*      Franklin.    5 Ii rein on'a Fund.          I      Coni mer'kl! I BS on    ^ AcultJhli Om’t.          Pl     IN DU VAROS IS AND BT. LOUU. ^ On nnd after Band ay. £«pt lath. KW, arain* up! this line U avu I ta*hi In-pot a* follow* Going East t Day Ex pie** (eroept aday I... .I ll a. ta Act- Jtjiiiiodiuion oNi etit fundayS. A to p. ta.  Sew Krir Lvptree idall) ..........S    Si    p.    Hi  Ovine to Bt. L >tti* i  Night Lxpreee fdoi >)......   Itta  AMVNBtNodation Itta* >-pt teinda|y.JI I# a. n»  Day Bai ut** ('iicvpt Sun*n> ......4    to    p.    in.  gUr-RaUroad Tito* La OflgM) uilnute-i faelaw than atv Tho » tt V W(>u5OTT, kgeu* CinCAiKJ, BUW.INUTOS. AND giTNDT I rain* Nf* the L riion Depot. Alton, ae foUow*.  Going North i  a Ma. a*.  Lxpr* •** (except BunJay).  rho Matn&l Boncflt Lite Lur. Co.  f)l  MERCHANT TC II.OIL, Et*.  H. C. G. MORITZ,  Merchants, Mannfaetnrers,  NurtGryrnan, Florlitg,  Stationers and Busint>a« People  teary*'an an Otlifbted wit*, *ed Utke and Sav* Meaty  by ie.; I th* wo* IJ waawoad MxM  PRINTING Press  It u lifter-we i »(*.<,». t'r    te«jKfWl.    MtMc.nv-ii.  r.t'.'t r.i *»••*».» •-»»*.* un*.** .*tr bay urn bi $ni dx > iiwi.' J®’tor* worm sewer* awry fen w* aik* a    bo** I %*4 kti t lot I bowel, nafitg Sa pnoe »w»  Jvaoar    *r-.I latttmw*aw rtmilw*. Owtanh  aa. c.'“'H.r UoiAcFar-.*: •«ll.Cl ma att fk, r OM Bio-iii . • pi »* jad 8. KIE*, Ktatts. Tim. "Mr Mel ii- rawvv hit o»«r :*ld for Ha- I v.-f.ilyU aaa  friatiF - • t-a • - v f WoOLAtn, PtirfwM. Ut*. "iBa Mum w. (U a*  ;  hit t*'n yr* «'!**"’tort* "—I S.  I rjt, -1-— N.J. f •'» P-'.W. it r.rtt, •jf.tewMyJoay, g.i. VV ,    ,    i-:iHtlai>tit«i    ioquirteilQ    *»nulfc.«vr*i*i  J I!', Pa., \a SAS AG). 7 31    S.    PWodHfMa  THY  TOE  IS.    Y. Observer  THIS YilAB.  Over ii nit N.it. Dank,  Alton. HL  JI  tim KE.VT OK H UE.  AND ive alar in -  Hor Rent. ll** Duoaldauc Hot.we op Blulf ttraut  WfffPrtJE A SMILEY Dm VU*.  The S •t«r7 brick *’<tre bolMlng °t> Uolte MreM. hurly occupied by Montgmnory 8w», A good buiMmv aud dnatrahia ..w-rttlon ___  WlfimJEAMQ^ttT  For bote or Brat.  The floughtvn lvomeeteedon E***on attent,  i Very ihMurnblfe ktoaUon ftouaa In good re   —    ,Ailey.  pair.  tVUIITLE A ai  New Jewelry Store.  BEAtTIFtL  An Elegant, Full Line of Fresh New Goods,  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,  SILVERWARE anti SPECTACLES,  AT F. H. BABE’S Practical latcliate  Sw. Cor. Third and Piasa Sts., Flagg's Old Stand.  In Blackwood't A[agatine Aor 2*orc rn ber, |ult published by the Leonard Scott Publishing Co., one of the principal articles is a contribution by W. \V. Story, "A Jewish Rabbi Au Rome," which calls to mind the poem "A Ko luau I Lawyer in Jerusalem," from the same  1  pen, that attracted much intention several years ago.  “Reminucenoea of an Old Fogy is an agreeable narrative of voyages to and . from India in former days  The new story “The Pmatc Secre-I tary" begins weU.“Dr.Wortle’a School"  I is continued.  I The other articles are “Army Ete-i form, ’ in which complaint ii made of the non-actiou of tho War Office; “Thu Close of tits Afghan Campaign;" and “The Unloaded Revolver," which is another name for the Turkish question, aud is filled with gloomy forebodings.  The periodicals reprinted by The Leonard Scott Publishing Cb. (41 Barclay Street, X. Y.) are ai follows: The London Quarterly, Edinburg, IFejf. minster, anti British Quarterly Reviews, aud B'ackwood's Magazine. Price, SA a year for any one, or only SIS tor all, and the postage. Is prepaid by the Publishers.  Laigest and Best Fnmily Paper raft in tho World.     1   tho  th*  burgall).  Hotel Property for Salt-.  The lave* brit * bo ii (Lug beUiugtng to th* —inf of th*- late F fXwwit tit rppkr Alton, will bo aoli ch—p Vary d«xirabl* pmpwtty, IocKit*rn, Hun nj r xagwj for hold I’!.) A PMTLE  Gent’s Furnishing Goods.  A PLX!. AMGEX MENT Of  Net* .Suiting* fur ItunlneM Dress Suit*.  aa Kit < >»<*■•'* 14 in«n> . .- a* ta ta* but——4 anablwi me to l'loaa*- 'tim too*: ihttidlou. tilth ba to lt) t* nil l yuHltty Of gniti  UMI  Send for Sample Copy—Free.  on: bull Hug north wa— cora—  YEW YORK OBSERVER,  ST Pnrk Row,  BC-iCTirCL  —prapurpow—. W HI Pl  For Sale or Hon*.  Th* bH< k mire bull Hug northwauat corn— of B4MOI  AGO.____  For —tic.  A IK aer* treat; Ona of the moat da—tabla pine** for a nxtdenea ta Tppui Alton; opt*o HIM the LM# It IhvHovt ni'ou—tv.  * ssrajrr  oowieiwmay, ovgTian, nacrr.wto.  L- II. C. O. MOU IT/,  Thin! Street.  telthtw */  IXSIHANCC.  LE Y SE B’S Confectionery Store  ANO-  Oyster Saloon.  -AT—  THE GREAT WESTERN  nm Mw err*  .tinny Loa* Their Bnnuty from the hair falling cr lading. Tai ker'a tlnlr BatShm sup pile-, n—aarv nouriahmeut, prevents falling and grayness aud la an elegant dreatinir.  nov I eouJkwk  C. K. Crandall's Crockery store.  Rover* A Erothar;’ HEST SILVER PLATED WiRi • Atmtrlean Porcelain and french Chica Mm a* Rote and Gold Bund Tea beta, Majolica, Pnran and Lava Ware; Cryatal,  SiiKHnal Ord Amber Cr*-kl,! 01»mh, Out mid nprnved Glaatware, Bohemia v*»er and Ob logue bets, ate.  Third Street, XoarlyOpp. Belle, Alton. 111.    i  oeOTdvftf  For Sole by the Can, anti Served lo any Et)ie iu Our Pining ba*  I *ou Pnrior'i  Carriage and Wagon Factory.  CHAS. RODEMEYER & CO., pr» P  «.  Our entire attrntionla devdted to ll rat-Ola**! « i-lagex and wagon work of every dc—ripttoa Family Roekntvaro, Platform Cai riagvH and Top Buggies, Spring Wagons, Phaetons, etc.  ANX) THU C*L*tHUTt::>  Rodemeyer Farm Wagor  In tact every modern Improvement in the Carri ago and Wagon manufacture.  Special attention given to till tug order* according to purchaser*’ designs.  Also Repairing, Painting and Trimming done —itll neatness and dispatch.  FACTORY ON THIRD ST., BET. MARKET AVD PIASA STS      ----- -    ....—   ■ . -  .........  WHERE TO BUY CARRIAGES.  So Such Kord us Fall.  I have used your Spring Blotsom for Bys-pep'Ut, GtHdvche and Uoa*tipu:i rn and find it ua* done ma a great deal of good. I siiaU i rt'cosmuend It to my friend*.  HENRY BERTOLETTE 1 May 94th.    96 Main St. BuSalo.  Prices ti., SO cents aud trial bottle* IO centK.    SJdwltr  Sc i\ Jon abit* Delicacies of Every j Description on Hand.  Partic** Supplied.  fiudershausen & Sonntag INSURANCE  •im.  Real Estate Agency.  I BXPttEBENlTNG THI -  FOLLOWING ctR'KANCX COVPANCea  I you KT OBA r«t>  1720—London V eau rn nee,  Of London, ling  IS ID- JEtna,  Of Uartfoid, Coni*  1825 -Pennsylvania,  Ut Philadelphia, Pa.  184l> Springfield,  Of Kpff- glWd. Maae  1858- Phenix.  OI Brooklyn. N Y  1871 —National,  OI Hartford, Cons  Office: No. 30Third st.,  or KI’. LOVIS BAJIC KXI STORC.  Go to y tai  ilruggiut for Mrs. Froemsn’s .V>-w Ut cs. For brlghtne** and durahil-‘ ‘ Color from 3 to 5 teSJ dwAy  your  K at ion  tty ot oolor srennequjUed. pouuds. Price Ii cuL-  Hood Advice.  Tfcev who would be young, when they ort. old must bo old when they arc young, aud ll Indigestion or Blok headache trouble* them take Spring Blossom. Priooa ll . Weta., and txial bottle* IO cent*.    JJ    dwlw  Dr. K'ine’s Grtat Nerve Restorer is  jvel of 1  the  marvel of the age for all Nerve Di*e*>e* AU  Ut* Btnpfied lr«e. Scud to 981 Arch street. Philadelphia, Penn.    oo-6-dwly  Prognostics.  IN GREAT VARIETY,  Ar-  C. M. CRANDALL’S CRO( KERY STORE,  COMTTJSIN’G THE CELIBIUX KD  Tubular Safety Lamp.  Suspension ’Reflector,  and Hall Lamps.  Rraoket and  Hand Lamps.  which inn orrr.uED at the tow^ar CASH TW**-  Third Street, Nearly Opp. Belle, Alton, 111.  oclf) dwdm  THE REST  TOW,    •    NOTION,  c oMnccr iovykt, i rk*ii mr it*.  ORNAMLNTAI.  GOODS,  GA1UJS, HrTS.  AGENCY OF THE  New York Life Ins. Co  noins-M.tne  CA HD I AM.  GIC.. KTC., KTC.  Third St., Alton, 111.  PUODI CE ANI) COW WISHION.  Mf MOXEY TO LOAN on Karin Property.    }yi    <iwiy  •r:_3jz*. r- ar - *:■. l .ttn  j CkaaW.Sama sjcrmcO turf Out F.» tr  SMITE, FESKE & GI  (Suoooaaora to JOSIAH 41.1 IriKK ACO.I  i Caa*. f Snj 'M  ■I kl. UVU tv.  Sterner & Kyrie,  ut  lei  DE ALF. k9 IN  BREAD AHD CARE BAKERY.  There is no surer Indication et the eomiug j —..........................———-—    —  af Spring, than to tea a amall boy, who.#    i/riTIl’O    TTHI    Dll/mV  ehl* I article (if clothing ta a ru* tied iou urt a ;    KrlsHN    NlUh    RllnhnT  sore t*>e, looking for a mud puddle to awin:    Ila* I I ll w    a# I nil    umiL.il I,  ic, aud tho great demand lot opting blossom gbly uorttriug tile blond. F.toea ll., KO crate, aul trial bottle* I j oootoi  tldwlw  for thorougl  ALTON, ILLINOIS,  . ii.. ..—rn  SPECIAL  NOTICK.  -IS THE—  LariestiHost Gonsnil 2  Soitien Illinois  Bfy (took cd BCGOIEH and CARRIAGES Is tho most r*». •Ive Hini! cmiiplets In the city. I have Just intro.lu<wd iii).: DOW styles ami variwtitr* of velilrles, ComMolng tis* )/>ti *t to. vent inns and Improvements, which are now on exhibition .. my Rapoaltory. Parties wishing ti Iluggy or Curring.', cot., bluing the best mechanism, whit the most beautiful flax**) should cull aud examine my stock. Kemember the Place.  CORNER FIFTH and BELEE STREET: D. MILLER, Prop’r.  A Curd.  To all who are uuff'dlog Iroto the carom ui.d Indiscretion of youth, nermua we a. fen r ae, (Wily docay. lo** of manhood, (de., I will send a rtv4p»> that win cur*' you.KllKF of CHARGE This .'Tost remedy tv**, dteoOV—ed by * uti* aion—y In S<>utb Amoiica. bond a soh »d-•Iressed oiiKjinjvt to the Rrr. Josira T I * ‘•UIL 'ImHon D, Naw York Cite.  apl* cod.* m u I  The ‘‘Alton Banner,”  Pnbhshed e.-my Saturday, h> u. Bdl it/ SCO lid sweet, one (to.or n.v-l bf Pissu Alton, Illiiun*. fenbtorij/tiou. V*’ per yea’. For ad vrrtlainc, I eg uir u at tho "Bnuncr."  C. NEW 31 AN, Prop’r,  Cor. Second mid Market Stxeotg, Alton, 111.   t '|vccia': stiontlon givBU to or liers In*- Largo. Cakes. Dally delfvety through Alton ana rtoper AUnn, by argfou, es. "ylng a full supply of White. Grnltsm Rrown and Rye Bnsaa, 8ir.;tll Cukes and Pies. Also the oidebt ut«*i Cretin Fiend, the tit.rat ntkd*. Anga* Food C*tVe, I})* rholOcat dtilrscT In the market.  Vienna Bread and Bolls.    ap27d*»tf  =r?SS—SHBS5SSC«*>—*.» • T«.». a 1 . 1  t«! IV  BENJ. TEASDALE,  BOOK BINDER  --.VV D-  Blnnk IkH;k Mnnufacturor,  THIRD .STREET,  til) Idly    ovr    KRWITII’S    tsroRK-  wee rf in your own town. Tcrtni OXM I ands*? O'stti’t fro*. Addre** lf. Hxl I.kt A co., Portland, Haute.    oolOtTwly  Produce, Feed, Wool,  iud im, Fens, xiikkp rex.TS  AUO, G(Mowa1  COMMISSION  Second St.)  MERCU.1NTK, Alton, 111.  All ordctv receive prompt attention Call and tee at, and learn oui prioea. HlgU'-et market value given for prodoo*. Feed ai low a.* the lowest tovijd. d*Hv—J to any taut of tuts city.    UjyiS    dwxy  HAR n COA Ll WOOD  AU PJO tics w tab I rn; should'ult on it* coil',  hard coal and wood We v ll] sell us cheap  U O'cheaper, than coy body *!*»,.  AU Ord— • delivered to any part odtho city HTEOJKK ARYXIB.  I Til    Second    struct.  REMOVAL.  To my patrons and tilt public-my Music Stere, formerly in Gonldlng’a to weir v store, hfirf. becu removed to my old stand, comet of Third and Pi aaa afreet 1 *. novS dwim    v.    WALTSfL  Hour, Brain  IB South St,, New York City  Ck*)i Advene*!* math en f oti*1|rniu«'iiie.  Cen ■•veudence -Tull wit rd. Pcvtuyi it vt uru.t.  SPENO £ RIAN  STEEL PENS  *f U* Vsrr Coat Kurep< an M*k». and u art rated foe Flex! ti lift-, DurabtUty, L-. ouacss of KUA.  BpgbbsHB  'Til  1B-1S  of «6  T went v JC n ta to*    hMaapSca.lBcr  JLS be aant by taall, for trial, aa r.oelpt  IVISON, BLAKEMAN, TAYLOR ti CO*  Ut and I AO Qcaud SC, Mew Yolk. ■   

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