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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 6, 1888, Alton, Illinois                                3d f Peculiarities r Hoods tho great blood purifier Mid regulating Is characterized by thfeo namely i Tho combination of the 19 fc remedial agents Tho proportion In which tho aro Tho process by which the active medicinal properties aro Tlio result Is a medicine of unusual strength and curative which effects cures here tofore These peculiarities belong exclusively to Hooda and aro Unknown to Others t Hoods Bnrsapatllla Is prepared with the greatest skill nnd by pharmacists of education and long Hence It Is A medicine worthy of entire If you suffer from or any dls of the sick or kidney and liver catarrh or do not fall to try Hoods I recommend Hoods SariwpBrtlla Toall tnjr friends as blood purifier on sSarsaparlllahas cured mo of scrof and done mo worlds of good t A book containing many additional fetate flsenta of cures will be sent to all who Hoods Sarsaparilla Bold by all 81 six for Made only by HOOD tt IOO Doses One REAL ESTATE FOB SALE OK Rudersnausen For A room next to corI nor of Third anU Alton 1 For A it KOTO farm about 3 mlloa aonthoosti o Improvements Price for A choice form ot nzo with first situated 2X miles oast 01 I Oharlton For DAILY TKLEGBIPBL OTT Third ma NOflUB TO For we shall Charge tho fol lowing rates for transient notices In our local Per Slnglo Insertion 10 Three to flvo Sbt to twelve ft KATES OP ADVERTISING ftlfTT cents per Inch first In and TtFKNTrFiyg cents jm Inch oronoh aubatqnont 13 per Inch nrst por Inch each month LKQAL ADVKHTI31NO ft PIT Inch lor the flrst and SO just the right I shall give up growing them on ft larqe I experimented a little with putting on tho bags before and found that some such Concord and all of thoLabruaca family are and with Ibeae it will work all but Goethe and Wilder did not pollcnize will have about half n crop In the bottoms I think that it was one cool night which saved have not been througl MONDAY REPUBLICAN For BENJAMIN Of For VIco LEVI Of Now For JOSEPH Kor LYMAN For Secretary of I9AAO For OIJARLE8 FO tiHARLES For Attorney GEORGE For Trustees State Iroceecllngs of tho Alton Southern Illinois llorticultnral H flllnois Hopi For ticultural Society held picnic at Riehls on July 21 The weather was perfect and the attendance probably as largo as any ever attending a meeting of the Minutes of last meeting read and the correction being that tho would carry our fruit at 85 instead of 10 cents per 100 pounds as prospect for a crop of apples is not so good as at the time of the meeting there AooeBtory frame dwelling house in gooo In Toppings addition to Tor Cheap The residence of oblo tw J2 room 4 nails Mosi j 8 aoros of groun desirable property in tho wuhln nni dwelling on tt For U20 mill tow fl 1hlpmttn Maconpln 111 at from tho appearance of the grapes on the I should think that I I will have a fair SMALL reporting tho results in testing some of the new er varieties of strawberries during the past it will probably be well to state that they were glvdn no extra attention but were planted in the middle of the patch and received neither more nor less care than the The soil had been enriched with barnyard manure at the rate of about 76 loads per was the ilrst to the first ripe berries were pinked May live days than For an early berry for tho home garden or where an extra early berry is profitable to raise for this variety deserves a It is a strong grown of large of good but ia not pro ductive enough for the market berry all things taken into the best in tho of tho largest ripens very more so than any large berry I have ever holds out large to the last and a very strong The only faults it has shown are it is a little too soft long carnage and is not of the best quality this latter fault does not amount to for consumers have not yet come to the point where they are willing lo pay for quality in a strawberry as for tho former it in a great be overcome by careful is the most productive A COKTJIAUT HOW HE ELUDED THE DETECTIVES AT CAStLE Evidence Showing Tlmt ft Viuumoy Was Awaiting Him nt u Mnmifiio tory tlow the Ukhnr Law lj llnproiienlHtlve Ontu In Fnvor of Taxing NKW Treasury Agent Hollolmn has dispatched throo treas ury agouti to hi search of Alfred Ctlio alleged contract me clmnto who succeeded In getting post tho Castle Garden and custom houso officials hew cases have and there IB ho change In the situation at An liullniilai WASHINGTON secretary of the treasury has appointed Samuel of chief of a division In the scconr comptrollers vlca Keat who resigned to accept an associate justiceship 11 the Alaska supreme THE NEWS IN of any variety not as large as but a better firmer of about the ylelder and same quality from tho City of Bedford eluded tho delectluoat thft Reading railroad by taking passage oh tho Pennsylvania Evi dence lias boon received by tho custom house authorities which shows conclusively that Jacob the to whom Bedford Is nllegod to bo undor con hold open a vacancy in his factory for tho Englishman to A Pennsylvania me chanic voluntarily appeared before Con gressman Fords committee nnd made affida vit to the fact that he applied for the existing vacancy In Lees and that the proprietor told him ho could not 111 the position because he had previously engagbd a man In England to take the Tho congressional committee have also dis covered that It is a regular practice among Pennsylvania manufacturers to station agents In and other points of Eu for tbo purpose of engaging mechanics to flU Important places In Pennsylvania fac The men aro Instructed how to evado the custom officials at this and us they are never furnished with letters of contract until after their arrival In they aro literally not under contract when they arrive Collector Magone has threatened to make It very warm for the Costlo Garden cuntoma offlusrs who neglected to stop Bed and theemlgratlon commissioners have called to account tho Castle Garden clerk who took tho mans affidavit and then per mitted the Englishman to get TO TAX Representative Draws Same Conclu sions from tho WASHINGTON tive of a member of the committee investigating Italian immigra tion has returned to Washington during the recess of the Krom the facts al ready elicited Gates has drawn some con He says that he favors legislation to restrict immigration by imposing a tax of 8300 on every immigrant whether ho comos from Italy or any other Ho would also place more safeguard around American While he would notgo so far as Mayor Howltt In demanding a twentyone years residence In this he would certainly make It much longer than flvo years he vino not as strong a but will nake plants Mammoth Nothing mammoth about it except the size of the swin dle perpetrated when this variety was A few goodsized berries but precious Copanzick Worthless for any of fine quality but HEADQUARTERS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ia not so much fruit on the and much of it is scabby and the trees do not look Tho Janet bloomed very lightly but they set well and I have a better crop than I M aro a very good crop and the fruit is unusually Wo have liad some early but as is usually the cnso they tvoro not very good and brought a low I would not recommend tho planting of the early They ore all poor and unsatisfactory to every body who has anything to do with from the dealer and commission man to Do not expect wo will grow a good peach earlier than Early York There ia so much fruit grown south of us that we cannot got tho benefit of the early market arid wo must look to a market that we can com mand with goods of the best leaves of the opplo trees aro also affected with scab and I think it was caused by tho London purple with which the trees wore I sprayed a peach tree with a very strong solu makes such feeble growth that it is Gandys a fine late berry for family or market first ripe berries June 15 days later than Mon of large very strong grower fairly productive and of good Great so very little differ ent from Sharpless that it would re quire an expert to show both having the same faults and to recom mena Hundreds of better va riaties have been variety has been ad vertised more extensively than any other on the The plant is a strong only fairly produc large ripens best quality of any on the but has too many small berries towards tho The blossom is perfect and will do first rate to pollenizo Bubach and as they all bloom at the would make It an absolute necessity that the applicant should be able to road and write the English and he would put the clause about the good moral character in practical He is also of the opinion1 that it will be necessary to abolish Castle Garden as it at present exists under state He thinks it will be necessary to make it entirely a federal institution governed by such laws as will make it pos sible to hold the officials to a strict respons Wants Part of the Ktttsbn Aug There will soon be according to a proceeding In the probate court of Ramsey same all the not think tho scab on jne undersigned has in storo a oarefullv Li mo seal on S Wan08 nd organs o nPPles caused by Lohdon purple scratched showing tho green akin If caused by the London o skin would MOSIO TKAOHKn Booths Jewelrv Third REPUBLICAN COUNTY bo But tho London pur if applied too will burn tho foliage and Its use Is not satisfactory and I think tho white anwmo 1 to 400 gallons of is cheaper and bettor In think the Janet crop 1 generally is very light and as a largo share of the trees in this vicinity are jBlfldw them in the pi ostodton respootlve on our Wlnosaps the result is that crop is a small M vorY ancl intend to grub them They have not paid I ate some pouches called kansas servation I should would rf ana or bo about a half crop of annlos In my ob Snyder when properly sell as well as With me they have always marketed as well as Kitta tinny and and they are a can grow a crop of Law ton whenever Jackson can grow one of I am satisfied that I can sell thorn at better think I am just learning how to prune I have noticed that the email canes are al ways loaded with while tho large ones bear but and bollovo that if would prune closer we would got more I began this year by cutting down the young canes to 18 then I cut the laterals off about a foot from the main and if they grow again I cut them off about six inches By so doing you secure light young branches on a good strong and I am satisfied that Ihoy will produce more and better this will induce a lato fall growth I will stand tho winter bettor than wood grown earlier in the crop of Lawton and Klttatlnny this yoar is mostly on second growth It Is a little but tho berries aro lino and out down some Kitta tinnys that were inutead of county by a womt n who claims to be the widow of the late Commodore In this way she will seek to recover onethird of the her claim amounting to nearly The claim is now in the hands of a well known who stated that he could givo no particulars about the matter until next One rumor is to the effect that the woman is now 40 years of while another report gives her age at about It in said that her claim Is that she was married to Kittson when she was 18 years of She Is said to be at present a resident of Langtry8 Last NEW Tho rumor that Langtryls trying to secure the leoso of the Grand Opera house is probably With the fulfillment of her contracts for the com ing season she intends to retire from public The report that she will marry Geb hardt in a few weeks continues to circulate Longtry con well afford to the remainder of her life in as her pro fessional work in America has been riohly rewarded from a financial point of view She Is worth over her real estate alone being worth She holds some sixty first mortgages on property In New York Wbon n Mexican editor says something that the leading government officials dont like thoy lock him In tho City of Mexlto one rlson Is full of and tho City of Chihuahua Is following the The Baltimore Ohio is carrying Immi grants from Baltimore to Chicago for M Josolyn wholesale loco and ribbon dealers at are said to bo Their liabilities amount to At Goprgo Curran and Graham wore fencing with By acci dent Grahams foil penetrated Currano killing him who claims to have assisted In tho capture of Sitting is trying to get a reward from the Lloyd Breezes retires from too editorial management of Tho Grand Rapids Telegram Herald and Is succeeded by Hugh Mo Tho papor undor the now be Republican In Two actresses on thestage of n Boston in an imitation got mad and fought a duel In Neither was Fourteen thousand mon aro at work In Woolwich turning out Improved munitions of war yet the precious establishment is protected by some rust oaten guns that none but a woudbo suicide could bo induced to At Deputy ShorUf Henry Keller shot and seriously wounded David a tollgate against whom he had a Ho was Two sovero storms at flooded washed out sewers nnd railroad and caused other the total amounting to at least At MoLaughlm and two sons wore killed by Unknown thieves entered the bank while the officers were at din securing made good thoir A steel shell has been cast at the first over that weighs ninety five pounds and requires 500 pounds of pow which will throw it six miles and a half at the rate of foot a The West Chicago Street Railroad com pany has boon sued for damages for injuring a boy at the Blue Island Tho boy lost his William of an old resident and sergeant of Company Nine teenth Illinois infantry In the late was struck and killed by A rattlesnake was found under the table In a Georgia but was crushed to death in the door of an adjoining room into which it was A New York reporter was forcibly of a diamond stud and a silverhandled um It is reported to the eight annual conven tion of the Cathollo Total Abstinence union In Boston that the order has now an Increase for the year of A Pennsylvania Farmer sensation was caused in this city by the announcement of the failure of Peter a well known retired farmer of the lower end of the for caused by tho endorse ment for his a coal and lumber merchant at The elder Boffenmyers debts are and assets bo about the The sons debts ore rated at for which the assets are KEEP IS tho Universal Cry It can bedono very Just slop into SUQEIUfANS ing You can get a Nice Light Summer Suit for Nice Light Summer Pants for DO Boys Nice Light Summer Pants for 76 Childrens Nice Light Summer Knee Pants folj 45 Straw Hats In abundance from 5 cents i Examine our lightweight fancy striped Underwear that is advertised t the largo cities for You cnn got it at SUGERMANS for 7fi and and a gieat many other bargains at Two door East Alton Savings REAL LOAN UEUUESKNTINQ THE FOLLOWING FirstClass SPIDERS GRAPE AtSO UNFERMENTED GrRAPE Used In the plriclpal Ohurohos for Kxoellent for and of America of Phlladelyhia German American North British and London London Continental Girard Amorcan Central Firemens Western Assurance AND OTBLEK5 A OA8U OAPITA1 INTHaAQGREGATK OF WJ5 ALSO BEPKJttSKNT THE Mutual Benefit of and Travelers and Accident Over Alton Third and State Speers Port Grape FOUR I BARS illS CELEBRATED WINE Is the pure iror Tho2atory brlok dwelling corner Third and Alton lately occupied by WHIPPLE For Tho Humbert Homestead Fine in Upper Fine outhulldiugs and about 0 acres of Farm for The Ernesc Blerbaura very desirable 161 3 miles from on Bunker Hill Good 2 barns Fine fruits and good WHIPPLE TONIO AND are unaurpassod by any other Belns produced under Spoors own personal purity and geriulneness are jrlnelpal Hospitals Boards Health who have examined The younsest child and the weakest Invalids use It to It Is particularly grapes liavo about digging them out as we usually and tho young canos that came up from tho root aro perfectly free from believe that if wo will look about us a little when in tho woods wo can find blackberries growing wild that will prove bolter than any wo now Concluded to Its Money Klleii Dispatch publishes the following Pot Klllen was seen in reference to the propoaod flght between himself and Jake His attention was called to the statement that Kllraln would only flght London Killon said be didnt want to talk about the matter very but declared ho would not flght under any rules but Marquis of 1 hat is the only fair way to Those English rules dont I will send my money down next I dont want any diamond bolt it Is money I want to flght limiting for n Gang of Heralds Middle special says that a party of forty well are scouring the Delaware river valley near Narrowsburg for a gang of burglars and horsethlves that has boon operating on a largo scale In that vicinity for four weeks The original lair of the which was about flvo miles back of in a dense piece of was discovered about two weeks and a largo lot including twe wsre Won the Fight on u ot and Harry of fought here with akin gloves in a room In the heart of the In the presence of a oouplo of hundred with the thermometer at nearly 100 The flght commenced at 1 Niklrlt forced the fighting from tbo Tanrey acting on the First blood was declared for At 8 in the twenty third Tanroy won on a foul Vo Vullow Favor at 1 Burgeon Gen A Probate Judge Commits Adin judge of the probate of this and a wellknown com mitted suicide at his homo on Cedar about 7 oclock In the by cutting razor He suffering from temporary B An Indian Woman Tonurod to NEW Worlds Winni special says that an Indian woman in Alaska has been tortured to death with red hot stones for poisoning a chiefs and that her husband was diving Advice to government has sent professors of agriculture everywhere throughout the country to advise farmern The late residences on Mill and i best W H a groat bargain WRIPPLB room dwelling east side of Henry between 4th and Bth streets Residence of the late 8noet9 tho Oporto preserved In Its natural sweet statd as It rims from the press by fumigation and electricity exciter of ni S18 free from spirits and will keep In anv SPJ5EK3 SOCIALITE It Is hold In high estimation for Its richness dInSeuseT ospeolally suited for Character and par SPEEllS Is a pure distillation of the and stands unrivaled in this country for medical pUlpOBOSi i It has a peculiar sltnilar to that of the grapes from whleb It Is S00 fhat itho signature of ALFBED The Zstor THE MARKETa Quotations on the hoard of reused asfoUows 2 September closed opened olosed 83oi opouod closed opened closed opened Ol08ed omned opened ajfso opened closed opened 0 For dwelling with 9 rooms eltuated In B desfraole 4 THE DIEKOT AND FAST UKB TO WHIPPLB HEW YORK and the For WHIPPLE olosed SB 00 Texas For Sale or Rent Other Desirable PropertyTnol WHIPPLE in SOLID DAILY TBINS to and Through Palace TWO DAULY To Washington in 28 To Baltimore in 29 i Elilu creamery 10 lo fnney packlne stoe B oral Hamilton has received a report that the siuploloiu cane of niuknoas at doea not appaar to be yellow The In vcatigatlon In going on at Plant but no rlesBlock case red per Now per bbirBer per THIS fllstl ears the last aiy otbor 88 run8 flntlre fata con lettei GVCAS law Wheatllleli Wo Buptui PUBLIC SALE or Fawn Stock and Palace Buffet Sleeping Cais we ran by this lino on nignt ox press from LOT7IS TO NEW ttoute to Jacksonville WmIm u or more degrees nnd qostroyod jjrapcs gropes arc a nearly all gone except Cyn 7 thianaand whloli buvo uot g rotted very This lifts boon 7 tuo worst year for rot thatlhavo ever Wuero tUe bags were I ood woro Pit well and In tlio grftpes are all but it Is yery dtmoult to got bago that will Btaud tho rough uaaste of tho wqath I do not think that b Tim roinody which most Buoooasfully oomliaU malarial Ayura will UDloaa ono UutlTttlo It a purely yejrotablo ami contains uoithor qm n i no nor any other dangeroui Warranted to euro and dw lw IT begun to look If Jancral riyon might carry Virgipln nuU V but pin Plump and Rosy Babies Sleep All Happy All Day Cutting Teeth Easily Saved from Cholera Infantum THE RE8ULT OF USING Tho Louis to Clnti louiaviUe Inti to und Jack Havannii ers by thto Haute ore thorn who LACTATED Mon Kpowww I slttbos iho raer does bettor nnd preveute CUBE S   

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