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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 HighMt of all in Leavening Power*®-IT. & Gov’t Report, Aug. 17, 1M9  TlLIOflAPAMIRS ON STRIKE.  ?Mi  Baking  J&t&S&JSJr Powder  AMOUJTELY PURE  PWM. H. KEEFFE & CO. ARCHITECT & BUILDERS.  BOwu> and shop, IM «►  _    __ _ PUM street# Plan*  ■parti m 'i ii* for building* drawn up  obbin- Work Promptly attended to^  ALTOM DAILY TELEGRAPH.  •tetanal**? al IIM VmMBm *  DU (ULU) IN (MUSSI  An Interview with the Famous African Explorer.  THE STANLEV-BARTTILOT MATTER.  CURE  Im Easies®* Mi retie** all th* iwrtla UM* 4aH ta • Mite** stet* of the syittas, sort M Jtauaea. prwHaa Distress aft**  •atua. Hi* la th* tide, Aa wblte IMr n..*4  1 bac IMM Maw* U curing ,  iwaart* ai  SICK  QmSuU. ye* Oerter's Lit ti« Uhm FU® am agaaMf Mlaabto u OaaaiifaUoa. etMlac and W*> im Ila* OU* earring eotaeialnt. white IMT alas er*T*rt*ll«l*>T4*i^rfth#te»eM< Munrtl.Uth* MTW and tegalatft th# tort!®. Even lf UMjrMjf  HEAD  lOiftiytortl ba*  ■Ww frow thteAietraasteg son) pieta!* bat ferte-  ■staly UMlrrMMlRMado** aouad bMMMi Hmm • try Ibm a 111 tai UM** llttte pill* tala.  abl* la aa mat. r we** that 0—y alii not ba arn. nae bb vitbeet town. Ital artar ell ate* bead  ACHE     oT aa BMfiy Ut*# thai hents Chert  ■aah* aw ural bual. Oar ptjj^r.BMI MMU aa*  fWi i. trite Ll war PHI* ara vary awiall ani aam ta tabs. 0*m ar two HIU mate* in#*.  ' aa* st ria ti r *<H »t*M* a d da rot grip# ar  aarm bat by u Mr senttaer'i <> pl#*## ell wha ■awa ta n*la»» I <w«tai inv*fc>r|L a.)  by aroar IM* rnrr»l<M ar aer I by omO. •AETI** WCtHCIMX CO., flaw Verb.  UUU PILI . SHALL COSE. SMALL PRICE  r *i'»n.H.t .ie—WM. m.mxtiu.  Real  BK!  FOR KALE.  Th a (btu blo two story hum aion* building and brim dwelling al Ut* mer, owned by Mr* U«dad* Ik**| hr awl altuated at Nm. Tri, anat nd street  A Ina residence lot (fix IM on ruth itrM unworn bldg# arid spring A na* glory brick dwelling house of sere®  IWM air with U aer. of grout).I, altualad la  taMMf  down  Th. T. I.. Waplaa homestead , arm ti al and lattfa) located residence, with ll room a  largo groanda, opposite Seminary park Ait extra flaw building lot cor. of TUI and uaagdoa streets  far a Mf. and profitable investment A I atory brick amra building on rd st., leased brr I yaara to good Unant for (Tag par panr Via Baw kstory brtrk building of Mr*. I Ferguson, nor. bi and via* streets.  fbt Waalay f Waggon or farm of Mf Mi* Brl*ti ran road. Baar (   1  Godfrey.  Law • and ie. Mort th, comer of Mb and Gharry atraat, with brim dwelling bouaa and bara  Block M la Hun tar'* North IJ barly addition trim brUk dwelling lioua* on aama.  Im U. Mock Ct, with Craniadwalling hooaa, •Omar ttk mad Him  A VI aa rara) or M ai Tai. near Upper Albin. A Part* con taming aa aor aa. Baar Naw Beagle*. Ut. ffw# resets eat IIon aa* wltb • tom oh Blaff  A Ma* farm of tat" arr** near Pima. anepia annaly, IU.  VOM SAI JI OB BINT.  Ma  two atory blick and rrauia raaidanm  taming ll rictus and large ground* with  TWI  ■It lr aaa and a hr unitary. real car* ta L'ppar Alum.  PU block* frow  ASTEAM SHIP TICKETS  VO AKO VBOM SI BOPS OK ALX.  PRINCIPAL LINES,  MV porWcalars apply to  Ila ('hallla gay* lb# latinuatIon* Again*! Herttelwt Mod* by Explorer ginning War* InJnat Me Alan Savates Stanley af Being J.aion* of Bonny ani af Withholding Brats* lie* Is Un Cb al ll a. New Yoke, Oct. SS -Paul B Do Challln, tbs famoua African explorer, who aine* bit arrival in Amalic* three work* ago hit* paanad a delightful tim* at tit* home of Georg* W. Child* in Phil* adelphic cam* to this city Monday to lecture on “Th* Anet.ut Home* of th* English Race” befur* th* American Geographical society in Cbick«rteg bali Monday night. In an interview 00 th* Hisn ley-Bart tai ut matter, ba said:  “I saw nil of Mr. (Hanley** lieutenant* in London after their return from Africa, and I know from many of their attar-Ador* there wa* bad blood bet wean tbs leader and bi* man, It cain* oat in many ways, but of courM non* of tbs man ■poke openly. Thin feeling was drat made public whan Stanley want*) to Influence tbs English Geographical society to prevent their giving a medal to Bonny, stanley failed, however, anti Bonny g.,t Him decoration.  Will f«41biXnf*rei»t glary.  ‘’ibS'TSfeaent controversy woald bring o it more unpleasant facta than people imagine Nearly nil of Mr. Stanley’■ Alda will write fol publication whoa their Sirree mr ut not to publish anything until six month* after bt* book appears U at no a .d •  “Ar* they capable of writing?”  "They can certainly talk,” be replied, “nod annie on* els* cm do the writing. Whatever Bonny writ* will carry mast a right. m he Is tbs only whit* man that know* all attour lh* last days of Ila rile tot and the horror* of 'be camp. Ilia atory wdi crania a world-wide sensation. The published atateinenl that Ma) Hart ta lot v a* -bol by a chief, jealous or tbs white niNii'p. attention to the black', wife, Ie assurd. The blacks do not shoot for their women. On th* c«tal*ary, they will give them to yon with open banda Nu black would think of killing a white man for goth a trifling oftener in Africa Bonny w.li lei. a different e'ory from the above Win n lie dei ides lo apeak on the gubjeot aud then re. tare for lite Ural time will get th* truth.*  Stanley Vailed ta Credit Mies.  Mr im Chama, in referring to Mr. Stanley's hook, Mids "It could not have teen puMUbed at a it nr* fortunate lime forth* writer. Hi. glory ie free® and the eye. of th* world ar* upon him.  "Ho yon know," aah! he, with a 1 wink's ta hi. eye, "that In hi* I aal hook Hiau-I* f rarer gars me credit for my diacovery n lh* dwarfs la the Ongo region and mf a tart ion that In the d*ptn« of th* anes-ployed fontal lh* little mea and woman would Im found in great luniert*  In an interview Herbert Ward My* that in hi* “In Darkest Africa* Stanley take. too haul) a view of th* rear guard, that -«ifli-rcd *0 much while doing their bast ll is not diffl« nil to oiwerve that Ward la much aborted at th* manner of Htnaley’e a'tack on Bartteiot. In referring to Bawtie lot'a mod* of death ha call* it murder, a id spanking of the relief of Kniia “Aben Krum wa* taken prisoner,*  Th* Westers Gales Operator* at It Quit Wark.  ST. Pa cl, Mina., Oct. 29 - With the es-caption of three eperators sod ae many nub chief* th* entire night force em ployed here by the Western Union walked out at t o’clock Monday night. Thin to the Ant move on th* part of mr rn ber* of th* Brotherhood of Telegrapher* to get even with the We* ter ii Union for th* allege! cyst ’•vie attempt to disrupt that organization. Monday afternoon a committee of the St Paul branch of th* brotherhood consisting of the Ms officers of th* local branch at the organisation who were discharged by th* Western Union last Saturday went to Minneapolis to confer with ttaperln-tendent McMichasl regarding th* position th* company is taking In th* pie raise*.  Pat aa Their Geste and Left.  Superintendent McMichasl positively refused to receive th* men ae repreeenta-  tlvM of the brotherhood, bat was willing to accord them an interview aa individuals. The position taken by tbs superintendent gar* th* operators nil th* Information they nought and they withdrew. Monday night word was passed around among the night men that they woald he experted to quit work at 0 o'clock sharp. The clock in th* oporatlng-mom we* three mi Bates fast and ae soon a* It marked 8 tbs men put on their coat* and flied down stair*. The walkout wa* ac unexpected that it da sad th* night chiel and his two aaslatant*.  No Operator* la Sight.  Fifty-odd meeaegm from es many points in th* north weft, chiefly specials to^Twin City and Chicago newspaper*, lay on th* loogdMka uncompleted, while a* many operator* at th* other ends of th* wire* were frantically inquiring th* reason for •uch a sudden ceamtton of business. There wore no operator* in Bight or likely to be Ton ud by th* dozens of meaMngen dispatched for member* of tho day force. Manager Hugbm and Chief Operator Kelly were aent for. Meanwhile th* night chief, his two assistant* sod three operator* who were called in from new* paper offices attempted to unravel tho snarl and handle the haalnMa that kept piling up before them.  Tit* NI. Leals Telegraphers.  BT. Loris. Ort. HO—At th* Western Union telegraph off!os Tuesday morning It wa* rumored that four Didnt Brother hood ing;; Could he dismissed from the Company's serries, but ap to a late hoar in the afternoon no more men bhd been discharged Th* local officer* of tho com paay deny that th* men Were dismissed on account of their connection with tho Brotherhood, and My they war* relieved Ink-mum their service wa* “unsatisfactory to th* company."  Th* Hah Changed It* Mind.  DtXYffB, Colo., Oct 29. —A mob wm organised to lynch Tony Kirby, the mar darer of Robert Honan, at daybreak Monday. Kirby la incarcerated Ut fie city jail. Tho police learned of th* pteintfd lated lynching, In tim* to bo proper* I for the attack, ani the result we* an atwudoameot of the attempt. Hunan’s friend*, however, openly threaten to kill Kirby at th* drat opportunity. Kirby and Room recently ha I a dual in a gambling bouse, Kirby dodged behind a desk in th* office and killed Kman.  Wiped Oat by VI re.  PlTTSBlTHU, IV, Oct. LM,—Andover, town with a population of shoed 1,500 located on the Oil City branch of th* Lake (thor* and Michigan Southern railroad, WM wl(ml oat by fire Monday. About twenty buildings, including th* town hall and postoffice were burned. Temporary r.ltef baa been given tbs inhabitants. Lom fib,'JOO, pretty wall covered by insurance.  Jumped Off a Bridge While Insane.  ITHACA, N. Y., Ort 99 -Henry Frants, a well-known resident of this city, while temporarily deranged bv drink, jumped from a bridge into the University ravins M nday sod was instantly killed. Frants was a veteran of the civil war. Ha leaves a wife and family.  THE MARKETS.  Mast Leave th* Brotherhood.  Foot Watha, lad., Oct. 2b.—Manager Perry, of th* Western Union telegraph office In this city, received orders Monday from Division HaperinUodent Wright, of Cleveland, to discharge ail operators who ar* members of the Brotherhood of Tai egrapkers. Thar* ai* only three brother bood operator* In the Western Union office and they were advised by th* lender* of the brotherhood to withdraw from th* order to retain their positions.  SHE LOVES HER COACHMAN.  A Gumlog  Interest  Rudershausen & Sonniag  Insurant*, Real halite and Loan Ag cute. Office—Third HL* opp. Alton Savings Bank.  UNDERTAKER.  WM. L. KLUNK  Belled a* lh* Blag of Vrases.  OGEBX*, Get. J9 -Th* Count of Parte and party arrived ber* Monday from Three Hirer*, which Is th* hot bed of Canadian conservatism and ult teuton tabla rn, and where they were object* of a r«>y*l dcmoi.*tration. The students of th* IL.rn «n Catholic college hailed th* count a* king of Franca, and inscriptions of welcome evert whore read:    "Vie* I*  Hot" Here they were met on arrival by ibr mayor and city council, and presented with an ad dr*** of welcome, afterward visiting th* monuments to Wolfe and Mi hi t< aim, Duffertn Terraco and other historic grouud Monday night I bey were entertained at dilutor by tho lieutenant governor, and Tuesday they were dine*! by th* ct' is-us of Quebec.  IB  URB DEALEK  Rtftdy-Madc Coffin*,  MeUlic C«ot, Usikets  And Burial Robot,  for Ladles, Untiamsa and Children.  Offieo and Shop on Stat* itrooL  •vee Hairs Livery statue. Will attend AH) Wiota sad Met*una« run*fur*.  E«|lo Packot Co ‘Sprint Arrangement  TUB » TRAUB*  Spread  Eagle  ML IMI aw, Mas tar  I. Boss rows IX. Bn buna. Clerks.  On And after Wednesday, March 13, the steamer Spread Eagle will ran aa follows:  LEAVING ALTON  For St: Loo ie Doily, For Grafton Daify. •  at 7 a. at 9 p.  LEAVING ST, LOUIS For Alton Daily, .    .    at    3    p.    rn  •iff-The Whittle will be teaaded Ii aria a ie* before starting for Bt. Louis.  . _    RABB!  ■MMe*  .........  c M   .... - -•    ...    ;«    ct  m. w. Bn i  Ware! It ted af Mag ( haler*.  PITT ani' ii* i, IV, Ort ag—Word was received Monday uight from Brown* villa, Pa, a plans so .no ality miles up th* Monongahela rive*, that OX) heal of fat hogs being fattened at Hamburg's distillery, had died aud were burled In a trench. Dr Kl ward L Carter, state veterinary surgi-on, of this city, WM called and after a careful investigation pronounced th* disease bog cholera of th* very worst kind. Mean while to* rest of the drove, Bum* 7U9, hod besa driven through the streets of Brownsville and ■ hip;*«! emit mainly to Philadelphia ll ie said many of th* hogs dropped dead on tbs etrwta but were picked up and chipped with (be living  tv-Oiling af tteeeaal la Mew Berk.  KUSUMA. N. Y„ Ort A—Port Dickinson I* a charming little suburb of Bingham Iou and Is noted for Iii many charming young ladies Prom koan t among them are lh* three daughter* or Mr. and Mr*. Kerman Phelpa On* of them. MIM Ll sate Phelps, has fallen a victim to the wiles of Cupid. Unknown to th* family there sprang up au attach meat between th* young lady and her father's man, William ^latterly, that was soon fanned Into * flame of torsi. Finding thai all efforts to chang* bar mind were useless, th* mother woe woo ever No! co with the father and slater*. Mr. Phelps and Miu Km ma have goo* to New York to avoid boing pram ut at th* ceremony, which is to occur in a few days Mise Phelps is a social hell* and on* of th* weellhtMt young lad ie* in th* stele. Mb* la a niece of th* late Judge Phelps abd has a cool 11U0, JOO in cash that was left Ie her by ber decmmed relative.  Th* Pgiplt gad Ho Blae*.  Rev. F. M. Bhrout, Pee tor United Brothe™ Church, Blue Mound Kau ■Ays:    **I fool It my duty to Util what  wooden Dr. King’s Now Discovery haa don# for mo. My lungs wore badly diseased, and my pariahinert thought I could Ut# only a few weoks I took Avo bottle# of Dr. King’* Now Dtacovory and I am sound and wall galnlng36 tho in weight."  Arthur Lore, Manager Lova’s Fun* ay Folk* Combination, writes:    “Af  ter a thorough trial and oonvincing evidence, I am confidant Dr. King’s Naw Dtaoovary for Consumption, beata ’em all, and cures when everything alae falls. Tho greatest kina* nasa I can do to my many thousand friends is to argo thorn to try it.” Fro# trial bott! ta at Marsh’a Drug ■tora. Regular sties 50o and ll.  Epoch,  Tho transition from long ll  and painful sickest to robust marks an epoch in tho life of  ng linger ng obuat health  D-*th af Uco. Hub-rte.  Unco*}. I'M. N. Y, Ort 2* Gee Mtepheu H Huberts died at hi* residence  her* at a tate bour Monday night, aged about Ii years. He served in th* Indian aud Mexican wan, and during th* Ut* rebellion WM In caama lid ut th* Os* Hundred and Muir-ninth Ne* York vol-unmet* sad afterward com mended a brtge-J- He wm a personal friend of lincoln, Grant and McUtellon. Gam. Hobe) ta was appointed pet meeter of Brooklyn by Presidea. Lincoln.  Aa OVMwaee OI ( •>Preform.  Bug. .ULI*, N. Y, Ort 00,-Dr J, ut a* K. Gregory, on* of th* twat known pbytl-rtaesof this city, died late on ftamrdav  eight from .. umvdnm of eblorofmj which th* d cor hod Uea in th* habit J (ak!ag to relieve oeosnlgta  tho la*  dividual. Much a remarkable avant is treasured in the memory and the agency whereby the good health has bean attained ie gratefully bis—ad Hence it is that so much ie heard in praise of Electric Bitters. Bo many feel they owe their restoration to health, to the nae of the Great Altera Mva and Tonic. If you ara troubled with any disease of Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, of long or abort standiag yon wUl Barely find relief by nee of Electric Bitter*. Hold at 60u and per bothie al Marsh’* Drug store.  (.HK* OO. Ort a Quotations cm th* board of trode to-day a* follow*: What Xo. I Novena brr, opened ll.Vfi. ell (Sr-1 |l.< t; Deccmtwr, upt-nod dowel 11.liS*: .nay, ope ne I 91.-714 ektai ILiXQ. Gam- o I October, opened and cloned Alife; December, ope ae i Alife, clues I Wfci May, opened ASH cloaed tit* -. Oat*-No X October, < i»nel and cioced -Decenilier, opened tetfo, <io#wd m,j: May, opened . rlueed -7u. Fork—November, opened 9IO.ISH, ekwed t IO.It; January, opened 912JA, (><»ed 9)2JU May. opened ll'.K ( uact 912.81 Lard-November, opened 9X 27V4 dosed •« 9 Uv* Work- futon stock yards prims. Hogs  - Market opened stew and easy; prices not quotably lower, parker* buying sparingly; IU bt grades, gi e«<A) l-V rough pokking, XA TU (Bk to; mixed.    heavy    pac    king    and  chipping iota, 99SMH- *  I rodui e: Butter Poney *-[iaratnr, Vin per A; Ane gathered cream, l(k(h*)o; fineet dafriaa, 7 18c. Kgg* T rash ca idled, lom off, lie per Live poultry—Chickens, hrn* and spring chtokene, H*jRe t«*r A; turkeys, *gUkv, dock* Htpc. Putaloaw Cholo* to fancy, 7U|t7Ao par bu.; wi*ooa"1n. fo§7Wri "wwd ,oCata«h, tx jug PIA par bbl Apple* It doom green cooking, B-7»tf4.W per bbL; eating. 9A*b>4.Vi Naw fork  N*W YOM* Ort. ». Wheat--No. 2 red winter cmh. ti IMQ; do December, ll.irtpr- do Jeouarr. 9LW4. do May, 91-1119- Com—No. 2 ml tad S8Qo rash; do Novetnher. tefop: de ihwember. »H*r; do May .edfc. Uate-valet but steady; No. 9 mixed cash, tMtn do Nov-mber. Mp, do De* member, «*t*r- Rye Dull. Borley-"Nominal, i’ork Dub. in—I, 111 **11*1. Lord Noial* Bally unchanged  ll. Leals.  St. Uhms. Ort :A Wheat Higher, cash. Wk-; Dertamher. 91-<W09-‘ May, 91-07H. Corn Higher; c**h, Wtec, De* rem nor. 4Nt 4 c; May, I***r.    oat*-Higher;  rank, 4>; Uciober, t-V*®; May. tel*c. Fwrk-Qutet; johhlng, 9HJ0> imrd-(Hiady; 96 1»). VS nut) Steady; kl. IA  Ta ted St  Tolkoo, Ort tx Wheat Quiet and Ann. cash. •>.<*> bld; December. I .Ok May, lUffVp Corn Quiet; ooob. Sh ; Detemlier. atter, May. Mtf-. Oats  - Dull. rash, t&tec; May, tTSf . Clover *eed  - Firm, cash, It AX Dr*ember, URS; February, Ka  St ll a auk—,  Mulwauesa Ort ai Wheat—Firm; Na 2 spring aa track. cosh. *J*te6M* . lux ember, tetec; No. I north rn, 9LOB Cora SU ady; No • on track, at^te. Oate—Steady; Na 2 white on I rook. tfo 47 tea  I ad I aa* Off Their BeeerTattaae.  Washi MOTOR Cl TY, Ort m. —Th# president tees!trad Governor Cooper'* telegram announcing th* alienee of ike I intah and Unoumpehgre Indians from their reservations In Colorada, and Ute telegram was immediately referred to th* Indian oommiMloaar for action. Acting oommiaatoner Belt had several confer BUUM on lh* subject with Secretary Noble. Mr. Belt thinks tho situ* ton somewhat exaggerated, as at this se aeon of tho year thee* Indians usually leave their reservation in large number*.  “La Grippe’' Agal* la Mew Vera  Niw Yoke. Ort 29. —Sporadic of grippe ar* occurring in this city, and I ber* is some fear on the part of th* authorities that It may become epidemic again with th* chill winds of November. The health deportment reports a number of tass* contracted last winter from which th* patients have not recovered. Phys!-c an* confess that th* more they study lbs malady the mure they ar* pnaxled by It  Th* kscsnl Me Owl.  J twit* a ca. Ma**.. Oat 29.— la th* superior court Munday William F. Murdock of Lynn, p-eaded guilty to placing a rail on tho Boston and Mates track ai Saugus He did it in th* kope of obtain tog a reward, and immediately afterward not idol lit* railroad officer*. H* wm Motenaud to Blue J sam m the state prison.  Aa Aagry Father la Farcult  A loom a, Iowa, Ort 29.—O. W. bk inner, a young attorney of Bancroft, lately of Fort Dodge, eloped Baturday night with a young daughter of K F. nark, of thot idee*. Skinner is alleged to have a wife living near Fbrt Dodge, sad officer*'and an angry father are In puma it cf the IMMffi    _  •I  ' J ark lr b’s Araire NAH®.  Th*, baal salve la th® world for Uut®, Brulee*, Sores, floor*, Salt Rheum, Favor Sara®, Tatter, Chap-  Bd Hand®, t’hibUma, t’orna, and ai) in Krv (Mon®, and positively enma File®, ca i no pay required. U la guaranteed to (iv® perfect satisfaction or money refunded. I Tice 36 conia par box. For sale at Marsh’® Drug store®, A?Von and Upper Alton. __fob    T    dwly  Tbeaiaads Folsaaod.  In a recant work on Heart Disease, Dr. Franklin Mile#- the noted special-let -gives many new and •tartUug Tacts. Thousands of people are slowly poisoning themselves,weakening their heart* by the use of tea, ooffee, tobacco and alcohol. These are Heart Whips, causing it to beat rapidly, thus gradually wearing it out, producing shortness of breath when ex-erdalng, pain® in aid® and shoulder, hunger and faint- spell®. Finally swelling of the ankle® and sudden death. For weakened and Irritated heart® th* press every were highly recommend the New Heart Cure discovered by Dr. Franklin Mile*, whish kl for aal* at Marsh*® Drug Store.  |>(Tofufa  Is th* mutt ancient and most general of Ml OI Moors. Hcsrerly a family is entirely free from it. while thousands everywhere ars lls angering slaves. Hood * Sarsaparilla has had remarkable success in Suring every fora  a1 scv.d)|jc The tenet saveve awd <■»«»{#»Acct  running sores, swellings la the nsek or goitre, humor ta the eyes, sassing partial or total blindness, yield lo the powerful effects of this medicine. It thoroughly rewove* every trace of impurity front the blood end builds up the weakened system.  "My little daughter's life was saved, a®  ! we believe, by Hood’* BanaparlUa. Before I she woe six months old sh* had 7 running scrofula sores. One physician advised the | amputation of sue of ber Angers, to which  * Ctafneswl eeaxmf WHew we Kev-in elviflff  0 IVtUCWW IWCWWWC, ti MVM CC CC wcigwu At*'*'**®®  I ber Hood’* Sarsaparilla, a marked Improvement WM noticed and by a continued usa of It I her recovery wm complete. And she H now, being seven years old, strong and healthy." A 0. Jokes, Alna, Lincoln County, Me.  N. B. Be sure to get Hood’*.  Mirwtw    Washington,    Si    J  tef.  ORO#  OD  WANTED. /*!! expenses psi,’., to sell al! the leading varieties and !*i>eoialtl»sln Nurserv stock. Address I . h XVII**.KT Ct)., RchIi-ester, N Y.    SOdwtw  Hood’s Sarsaparilla  Held by SruKguu. RI; six for®*. Fieperedeely  bf C. I. HOOD A CO., A path Moil ss, Lowell. Mom.  IOO Dosgg Orig Dollar  •old by eiuagtsts. filii* tar®* Prepared oeff  SyC. I HOOD A CX). Apothecaries, LeweU, Mom  IOO Doses On# Poller  THE NEWS IN BRIEF.  Mr*. Jane Clemens, mother of "Mark Twain” (Sam aal L Clemons), died Monday morning at Keokuk, Iowa, aged 97.  William D. Morrow, of Bait Lake, Utah, drank carbona acid by mistake and died from its effect®.  Louis Hi Henhouse, who had been In-Mn# and discharged as cured, waylaid and killed a neighbor at Prairie du Long, Ilia, Mou(Iay He tht-n shot hie brother aud was aiming at hie father when tbs latter split his sknll with a grubbing boe  It was state! at Manistee, Mick., Monday that the unsecured creditor* of R. G, I’en-rs and the K. G. Peters Belt and Lamber company will not receive 25 esau on the dollar.  leo Allen, leader of a band of horse and cattle thieves la Indian territory and against whom there an 190 indictments in Texas, wm captured in th* Comanche country by t Airers after both hie arms had been broken by a rifle ball.  Iii# sixth gam®, iu Ah* nerWTof the worlds championship was played Monday at Brooklyn, and resulted: Louie-V)ll* 9, Brooklyn 0 Result thus far: Games won—Brooklyn 9, Louisville 2. tie game, L  Kin met Waldreu. ajed ll years, was Instantly killed at Moux City, Iowa, Monday. He was watching some meu move a house when a crowbar flew out of petition, striking the boy on the bick of th* hee I and breaking Lls m-ck.  Monday the Illinois Hteel company, of Joliet, paid to rap oyes 94,009 ae tbs second quarterly dividend under th* profit sLartng acheat* recently adopted.  The visible supply of grain hi report# I aa ioilowe: Wheat. 19,715,925 bushels; earn, 7 2 (1,44.1 bushe s.  Monday, el New York. Mr. Murat Hal* stead confirmed the report that be woo, shoot to sell part of bls stock in The Cincinnati Commercial G axe tie, but added that be will still remain a large stockholder in that paper.  Th* First National bank, of Anna, Hie, was on Monday ant hon sod to begin business on a capital of ®a),09Qi  Fir* started by a spark from a locomotive destroyed tbs postoffice and other property at Para. Ill, Monday, eanatog a  loss of fo.llCU  While hunting at 8cott’a, Mick, Samuel Miller, Jr., a well-known youag man of that place, carelessly leaned os his gun, causing th* trigger to anan, and sending th* charge through Lls left hand Into hte aid*. He die! in a few hours.  Maraud Wallace, eon of Professor L. A Walloo*, died in Marshall IIL, Monday, from a peculiar causa About four yearn ago, while in Colby, Kao., he wa* treated for ague by a quack doctor who eiparl-m en ted on Aim wltb a sew arsonic treatment. He was given so rn aob of this that It finally killed him.  A Asport llosirS.  New Your, Get, 92-Vicar G.nersl Preston hat denied tbs report that th* Roms ii Catholic hierarr'iy iu America has been instructed by Curdiual Biinsoni to gi vs no con ut ensue* to the appeals of Dillon and O'Or •*!) on their furthcoming visit Ut the United Blate*  Hor) si he,* ii Us I st Omtrr.  Db KY I it, Colo , Get. 22— Denver social circles were serluttHl) disturbed Monday by a sensational acitnd d. C. A. I) -ane, a prominent railroai contractor, sued Willis French for 91 f )t OOO for the alleged •eduction of bis wife. French is a wealthy rati estate man of tin- city. D - rn.’ alleges that French has rtt'-«rl his home, and wants heavy compensation for the shook It gave him. All parties are rn Hunt.  SALESMEN  M SAA* tltif  A. D.  ary cr rcznmirrton. of Fruits and flowers Price* low, PRATT, Nurseryman, Rochester, K Y.  FA  HAIR  riMtMff AMI fcMHKifkt tile  fWHAlK  r.n.’V.-VLTT?  JKotr I* It* Ye*'---  ■••tart v rn  mrfg  L JMP***  .  Val I 'f'taiiWr.    r.m,T»h*la«im«    »,u.  KJflPSff!?. 0 ? MW* ffUBWC ST  GKATKFUL—COMfT)BTINQ.  Eppss Cocoa  BBKAEYAET  • By a thorough knowledge of th* nature laws which govern the operations of dl trttton, and by a carsful apr  rupert!** of well selected  Hon and nutrition, ano tiy a direful app'hoa  Coco*. Mr. Epps ii  non of th* tin*  tables with which may I bills. It is by the  provided oar breakfast delicately flavored beverage  Supposed Lake Disaster.  Kb a ^ x ro KT, Mick, Ort 29 -A small schooner, supposed to ba the June Ander son, wm ^lghteil by the life-saving station flying signals of dlstrvM Monday. Immediately a tug wm non fled and started to ber assistance, but could find nothing of her, and tt Is feared that she sank wltb all on t>oard.  Fir* at Newport, Ky.  C'NcmxATI, Get. 29.—A portion of the big malt house of the George Wledsmana Brewing company in Newport wa* destroyed by Ur* Monday night, together with several thousand bushels of grain, rutaillng a loss of about fob,090. luaur aiue not known.  chILDH  When an infant my holy broke  out all over with an eruption or reah.  I a® I  which became more aggravated __ _  C»w older Every noted physician oar section wan tried or consulted. When I came of age I visited Hot Springs, Ark., and wax treated by tuo bust. medical men, but wa® dm benefited. When ell things bad failed I determined to try 8. 8. 8., and in four month® was entirely Oared. The terrible Eczema was all  Be, not a sign left; my general lib bailt up, and I ha' any return of the discase.  0*0. W. Irwin, Irwin, Pa. Treatise on Blood sod Skin DI senti mtllfi na SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, (im  DEITiaTKI.  DR.  mm  C. B. ROHLAND, DENTIST.  M THI Aff FT kl RT, ALBON, ILL.  to ll rn.; I to I ».  ngk* boors—■ a.  PBY8IC1AJB AVD IDKOBOVB,  royrata/tssKagf Prise AA CW. •old el  Laxaoor  Chi rss I/ssr Osw #/*/*(, CestJsssesi. ■/»•#* JA#(>**#, « ddfs*sA At    Ha.  DR. K. GLELICH, Pby9ician and Surgeon.  OFFICE AND ^MDENGg^Otlk ROUBTN  DF BU LLS  w. A.  COUGH  HASKELL, M. D„ Pbyeu’iato End Kurgeon.  OFFiOB—Afft XIN I) FT Officer Poor*--sa  ALTON. ELL.  40 U Bl. J to I p. ML  SYRUP  Lucas Pf«lffenb«'rgcr ARCHITECT,  lURtS COUGHS A COLDS FO® JSC  GENERAL 8UPKRIN HCNDKNl AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN  Prise es/f Pf Cts. fisM Nr aa 1n§fist*. Witt fW/#r® Rh" mat nm, Nauru!git, Sma//inf»Jlruif9^umbago, Sprung, Haa do cha, Tooth aa ha, Soraa, Burna,  Office on Third it, on® door we* of Pi aaa. Third Floor,  Cut a, Sea fIla, Baakacha, Bannat, Aa'. J. NUTTER & SOX,  mucm lanai "9 et POE TU* treat tee**** de* HH tm ;/**<*/—era* ta ct*.  Atma aru SI I* ta  DEAL KE® IN  FINK AND COMMON  ED. LEVIS, JR.,  COAL DEALER.  FURNITURE  A Full and Complete Stock Alwtyt on Hand  < onsumers of COAL la Alton or Upper Al tt-n will And it to their advantage to !*av*  • •rders at  I’llrlrn’e barber shop. lh* Glass Works, or telephone it.  oppoflte  ttonistlgla [Ta .1 err aas Debilitated ■**.  If yon send na your address wa will mail---*“  UU von our lllu.lr.ud puaphl.) m-OObl all .bout Vr. I),.: Cl-br.-rf EUoloro- VoluUo B.-1r .ad Ad*  ta    and Ap  pham’ea, End their charming effect upon th® nervoo®, debilitated system, and bow they will rector® yon to vigor and manhood. Pamphlet free If you ar® thus afflicted, we will send yoa a Belt and Applianoe® on trial. Voltaic Belt Go., Manitou, Mich.   _MiTctly  Children Cry for Pitcher'i C«storia.<  Lose far Hoed.  It is to b® hoped that th® barbaroo® bustle haa gone for good, bot it la oar lain the great discovery of Dr. Franklin Mile® ha® com# to ®tey and alleviate human suffering fbi® wonderful nerve food and medicine build® up wornout ®y®tem®, euro® fit®, spasms. Widely and Well kaswa.    headache, nervou® prostration, dias!-  It I® surprising to note th® favor®- n<"k sl®®pl«®®ne#®, monthly pain®, bl® opinion® w® her® expressed daily »e*ual trouble®, etc. Mr®. John R. in rogiard to the unneual power whidi MUI®r, of Valparaiso, lad., and J. D. Kemp’® Balaam posse aaa 1% curing Taylor, of Logansport, Ind., gained coughs and colds. Any of our people . 'JO pounds a rn tmh while Ukluf it. seoD) to think it a marvel of a our® Finely illustrated treatise on “Nerv-for in flu® na® and all throat and lung °u» Dieeaa®" and aam pl® bottle (rf tim trouble®, and keep it alway® at hand ' R***torati\ e Nervine, fro# at Marsh'®,  SPRINGFIELD SOFT COAL  Do not Fail to Give l® a Call Be* for® PErcheaing.  OCK Ft ENlTt’RC EOOM® AEB Ok  CONSTANTLY ON  MANO.  spas Cfm  8tate Strt. oooosite Third.  ■ALTON, ILL.  PIANOS AND ORGANS.  in th® family. Ail our dealer® sell la Largo bottle® 00c. and $1.00.  Wk## lab® was tart, wa pi** hee materia. Wken rte was a CUM, tass start for materia.  who guarantee It  I- Y, c , >’4"'.fr.    .  > Rnf  NU®®* Nerve and Liver nil®. An Important discovery. They  We X«**p 0-1 ben! a One of VI HAT CLAS® lf RDI CH GEA DE tkeTECHRXTA sad  Wke® rte bod fhlldrs® rtsgsesH—.m®nwm  on th® liver, stomach and bow®)® through th® nerve®. A new principle. They ®p®®diiy our® biliousness, bad testes, torpid liver, pit®* and const)* patic-n. Splendid for man, women, children. Smallest, mildest, •arest. lo dose® for 36 cern®. Ham pie# fro®  sen Low for ( asb, or on rx»u4Lljr or quarterly payment* without interest We buy and s*!t old lastrurqeani and take them ta cactaoAgo. De Tuna®, JUDamag. levixg aa® Peslaf.  J. W. CHAPMAN,  Music DtaH*r.  ELY 8  jream Bal  Oka&MM th® Vftsal PaatofM,  Allays Paia and Inflammatioa,  Heals Ufo Son®,  Bes tom the Sons® el Taste tad Smell.  TRT THE  save us many heavy doctors judicious use of tides cf diet tbs! a  u<Melons us* of sneb ar-constitution gradually built up until strong r< slat * very tendency to disease. _ __ of subtle iii a in die. ar* austin* around us reedy to attack wherever there Is a wssk •int. tv* may mob;-* many a fatal shaft  n may tnt enough to Hundred*  »r,  >y keeping ourselves well fortified wt h pure  blood und * properly nourished frasas. w  Civil bervie# Gaaette. Had* simply bolling water or turk. *old only in d ti bs, by Grecers. labelled thus  W'tl)  half  Sound tins, by Groc AH K0 KHI’* acc .llonm opatlilc Chemist#,  * v Haler* atno  Lendon, hnglAhd. ACTIVE HON KST HAN —  salary HOO monthly lr suitable, with opportunities for advance, to represent  locally a responsible New York boose. Ref erences. HA»t;rAO*ca®«, Lock Box,iXes.K.Y.  PATENTS.  To any persons wishing to ordain letter  patent en new inventions, Improvements ar des ----  ‘  eslgns, I will sxecutedrawings and spsdl-catlins and max* applications for Patents AU consultation, in person or by totter, free  Lucas Pfeifienberger,  ALTON, ILL.  SEO. H. SMILEY,  Successor to Whipps A Smiley.  INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE & LOAN AGENT.  BETHE® EN TI JIG THI FOLLOWING  First-Ciasa Ins. Co.’s.  In® Co. of North America j Hartford, Phoenix,  Franklin, of Philadelphia! German American;  North British and Mercantile, London} Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng. , Continental; Girard;  Glen® Fall®,  American Central i Firemen’s Fond,  Western Assurance Co.  AMDOTHUtS: A CANU CAPITAL IN TUR AGGREGATE OF  820.000,000.  Office: Over Alton Nat. Bonk  GOE. THIEU ANO STATS ST®.  FOE BENT A two story frame der slim on ®iat* street, near tho Cs   _ GBO    a.    SHIERY  >* With I ruoiuf, thedrai  toe rant.  I 'welling with I room* sn feast* >n street, near Tea lh street. —    “    -------  Glo. ll. fiulLEV.  FUE 0ALB.  A brick dwelling with 4 rooms; with stab!* and an sera ai land within av* minutes walk of to* Hotor line, win :,* *uid to* 21 JU".    GEO.    a.    EH    HNI  auf EIS*?  Ibtorts  A brick dwelllnffln Middletown frv aa mutt* ane lieut, 97  GEO. B. 8MI1.ET  run bale  wt to I looms I good leu W*Fl, cistern, stable and carriage house. (Trait of tai kina®. Shad* and ornamental trees. WU) sell very cheap.  GEO H. BM I INT.  rub mixt  Th® Br ll urn her: • pier* ta Upper Alton. Possession given al once     _GEO  roa Tai.® "  Two desire bl* tote comer of Ronrto sad George streets    GR®    II. SHUNT.  H (MUNT.  FUE MALE.  Th# Sn* residence of Albert Wad* on Hells  with (J rooms end finished at«c, tis th and wast) rooms Good cellar. GA* and water, blab!* and carriegs house UM ta feet front._ uXoTll t*M ILEY,  lim  FOE BALR dwell** with • rooms;good cistern, bar* and octal and wood shed. Lid 149X190foot. _    GEO, ii 0HJI.R1.   (  * T s® pr I ng Stone quarry worked by Mr. David My aa for to* put six years  GEO. lf. SMH ET.  ^    ^    Fun 0AL*.  dtoiiwbie building iota, on* and a half Nock# from street car Un*, in I i per Altun. Appl, to    GEO. Ii iMlLNT, Altea.  _Hr    D. W IX) Ll .MT, tipper AIGta  For Sale or Rent:  Oik«F Desirable Property .not Advertised.  DEO. H. SMILEY.  JOHN HAI KU,  DIALER IM and MAUVEACTtJEEl  OP  Furniture.  8E00ND STREET,  CHy Hall,  ALTON, ILG  All toad* of ane I so natantly on mum  •ad cornu) ta tm i iiur Alan and ria*et, rue-  alls. Marvh’a, Ag®nt, Alton and Upper Allow    dee    4    dwly  No. 30 Ka 4  a i *tr®et doc lfldw  A particle tsaupited into each nostril aaa la sa retail Ie, mo# Me *1 Druggists, b rata ate red, 4) cts.    ELT    EXU1    ifs:    I  Xwnwfvtk la Wasran st.. Hew I  SCHOOL OF  TELtGRfiPHI ifasEUBth  vie*, ycod for care®*  ter a.   

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