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VTHT X8 HP rheumatism and neuralgia are to prevalent? this question has not been "ausfactorily answered, but it ii. certain that these disease* arc not only the most I'ninful but among the most common, and some member of nearly-ereojfcfanilly in the mud is the victim of one of these dread tormentor*. Ladies seetn to be peculiarly liable to neuralgic attacks, which* la th« form of neuralgic headache, jSaln la •£»; buck, or nervous pains are of constant oc- cun-ence. JSfotuntil the ducovery of Athlo- plioros had any remedy been found for mther rheumatism, neuralgia or nerroui headache, and they were generally con- reded to be incurable, but Athlophoroi has been proved to bo not only a certain cure for these diseases, in all their varied IwiiiH, but a iafe remedy. If, in the use oi Athlophoros, the bowels are kept/r«/u open, its success u certain, and to aid this, Athlophoros Pills are recommended, winch, while providing the necessary cathartic, will be found to be a valuable aid to the action of the medicine. Athlo- plioros is no experiment, it has been tested , aim lias proved it* wonderful efficacy. The Athlophoros Pills were originally prepared as a remedy for use in connection with Athlophoros. for rheumatism and neuralgia and kindred complaints. Used in connection with that remedy, they are a certain cure for either of these very common and distressing diseases. They have also been found to bean in valuable remedy for any and all diseases arutingfrom vitiated blood or general debility. They are especially valuable for nervous debility, blood poisoning, dyspepsia, distress after eating, headache, constipation, loss of appetite, and all stomach or liver troubles. For diseases^ of women they are invaluable. These pills are perfectly harmless and may be safely used.by adults or children. Testimonials of those who 'have been . cured will be sent free on application. Every druggist should keep Athlophoros and A.thlophoros Pilh;, but where they cannot be bought of the druggist, the Athlo- phoros Co., 112 Wall St., New York, will send either (carriage paid) on receipt of • regular price, which is $1.00 per bottle (tr Athlophoros and 50c. foi Pills. Forllendnclic, HIItoimuciK, UverConi- ti, ludlgeitlou. MI1<1 bat effective. . , PT SOI.D BY 0RUO«I!»T.«. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT, Rudersnausen & Sonntag. For Sale. A convenient and pleasant home at a reasonable figure, being a two-story frame boose on Eighth street, near Henry. For Sale. A oholoo farm of 320 acres, with first class Improvements, situated 2M miles east of Brunswick. Ohariton co., Mo. For Hals. A one-story frame dwelling house In good condition, in Topping's addition to Alton. For Sale Cheap ' . Tho residence ot Capt. Vf. t oble; two itorlos and mansard roof) 12 room 4 halls, closets, cellars, etc.: 8 acres of LTOU- Host desirable property In the city. ' , ' . '.-. . - For Male.'. IbU acres of land near city limits. 3 .<i ., two story brick and tramo Cwv n uouse, both situated on the oa~- o j.atn street between oth and 7th ' n cets • M> the brick block of stores on Socon .root, between Hem and Itld^e street aown no Hunter's row. For Sale. <i-*u. all frame ' .ilng house wtthln n ne ulockB of tho'l t for $375. ISOacros fgoodtarmiuglund, and another tract of 00 jeres, both unimproved. Situate In Moi co., Kansas, at $10 and 5IB per acre respectively—one-third oash.balauoo on time. ''"'•' ' For Snlr. : • ' ' ' A i arm of 140 acres on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Madison, In this county, A good two-story tramo dwelling house on it. Price I3.UOO Vor Sole. A choice faiin of 120 acres, situate l mile south ot Shlpinnn, Maoouplu county. 111., at alowllgnru, I'artleaintending to buy llcal Estate In thn City ol Alton or vlclnitv will llnd It to their Interest to cull atlhoollloeof Rndershausen & Ronntag undo.Minilrio their list ol properties for Bale us only ptut thereof is ndvor- tlBod. PLIABLE PLASTER -CORNS;- A commou souse cure, by a combined iuo<lioal anil jiiccliani- cal action. Ilnliko nny other pro- parnt ion, ,lhpy rclinvo Urn prossuro while curing tho corn, nnd nuvor fall whwo directions nro followed- Five nets of illusion* and box of ointment put up in Imnilsomo tin case, convenient for use, Pnoo 28 cents, coniplpto. A^for/'Poilacura" ii nd (tike no other, ThePelegWhitePi-oprietar^o. MANVI'ACTI'KKH*, 118 W. Broiuhvay, N, Y., ,17, S. OK FIKST-CLASS DRUGGIST'S. H. VV. CHAMBERLAIN, Dlst. Agont for Alton. thif wiwt.preWnn -.'i ml«3 on idvoillllng ipjco «h«n In Ch'Wgo, W'll i-,n •• »h' •*<,f 4) i»4B'Rindol|il» St, ALTON DAttT TBLEGRAJPtt CEntorfld M Se«oad>eliwt Matter at the P O. nt Alton, lu.) THURSDAY EVK., FEB. 10. SdMCE AND PBOGRESS, A NEW SCIENTIFIC METHOD OF SINKING WELLS. A ric«crlj,llon of Hie Peculiarly Interest Inp, TlioMRl. Utmnlly Quite HxriulcM EflVct* I'rcxliicud by Llgtitnlilg Striking Id the LOIIMI Sand ml a Hill Top. A new scieutinc method of sinking wells, as operated by the American Well works, Aurora, Ills., Is illustrated In the picture here given. ;, : ,-'It consists simply of putting a saw on to a largo gas pipe mid connecting to thoiippur end a water swivel that foix^ps water into the pipe. The pipe is then put into a machine suitable for tho use and is made to revolve. As It cuts a path into the earth a stream of water passes down through the casing or tube to be sunk, and washes away the cuttings that are made by the saw at the lower end. The mud, wa- tor find cuttings co me; up on the out Ride of tho casing, and the pressure of the water prevents the hole from caving upon tho pipe that is sunk.. When ono length has been sank down, say twenty feet, another ono is ingeniously connected in such a manner that the stream ot water WELL SINKINO A.P- is continually run- PARATVS. • ning down the :asing and coming up on tho outside. In this way 500 feet of seven, inch, pipe, it is claimed, has been sunk in the cltyofXew Orleans in-forty-eight hours.; ;; : Since this invention, there 'have been numerous wells made in the southern states, where artesian water could not be obtained jy other methods. It will readily be scan that, in sinking a well in thjLs manner, the flnb material is washed away and the coarser left 'or tho water to percolate through and roach ;o the point in the bottom to flow over of its own accord or to be pumped l>y the general method* employed. tiohthatno purely teftluuxkd race fan* m* been diaeovw'euY Uthobgli ro ppr cent of the InhablfanU of the Punjab nso tbo left hand by prefersnoe, 4s part of the Hottentots a ™ Africa. In a study ot criminals DlV Mftito has found that from 14 to S3 per cent of con- Yi6t» were left baliilod, the hlgVest i-alloimonK people of alt qtwMt bfttng only niiii to: hundred. PHV8IOL06Y AND ltes, or Xilghtnlugr Holes. The .disasti-ous results so often attendant upon an;electric discharge'have been dwell upon since time immemorial; but the peculiarly interesting, though usually harmless effects,.produced by lightning in loose sand, are rarely alluded too. In the sand the usual esult produced is that of fusion, whereby rail, glassy tube oC variable diameter and ength is produced, the interior of which is a rue amorphous glass, quite smooth, while exteriorly it is roughly granular and great)} corrugated. Such'are called fulgurites or ulmmation tubes in English, while, to th< Herman and French they are known as Blitz- rohren and tubes fulminaires respectively. FtTLOTOlTS TCBBB. The fulgurites shown in the cut are from material received from Union Grove, Ills., and now in the collections of tho national museum. These are described in detail in Popular Science Monthly, from which scription it appears that these materials represent one of the most extensive finds of fulgu- rites yet noted in this country. The locality where this occurred is the top of a sand hill some ilfty feet square, Several sets or pairs of tubes woro found here, but a few inches apart, together with several small, irregular musses of fused material, tho largest of which woigbml several ounces. The largest tube found was'about three nnd a half inches in diameter, but was too frail to remove. The plate shows the characteristic forms. Fig. 1 represents a portion of tube of common form. Fig. li is peculiarly striking with its bulb like enlargement. Fig. y represents a cross soctlou of tube of .characteristic form. Fig. 4 shows holes fused by lightning in sheet copper, and resembling fulgurite tubes in outline. One of these tubes was traced into the sand for n Jistiinee of alxmfc seven feet The results of a comparatively recent analysis of both the fulgurite glass and tho sand in which it was formed makes it upjieur that the glass was not pure quart/, glass, although it showed itself to bo richer in silica than the sand from which It originated. The conclusion arrived at is that the composition of the fulgurite glass Is dependent entirely upon the conducting power of the various mineral constituents of tho swul, regardless of their fusibility; that thii glass, showing a larger proportion of silieii than the sand in which it forms, poiuU to the fusion of the siliceous (L e., the quartz) grains, in preference to tlw feldspathlt' and ferruginous; hence, that tin quart/, grains were poorer conductors of the electric ttuld than were the otbors. luiluoucfl ot Elm-trlcItT on HooU. Numbered with other interesting, experiments romturtcd by Profcnsor Hodifless, of Germany, aru those showing the Influence of electricity on lh« growth of roots. Plates of copper were thrust upright into the earth and connected by wlro wtyh similarly placed zlno plates, about 100 feet distant, an electric battery being thus formed with tho earth be- twven such copper and zinc in the circuit. Both potatoes and beets planted between wch plates gave an Increasing yield—beoU Wp«r cent.—as compared with other parts of tbo same Hold. No Purely Left Hunded IUc«. Di 1 , LouU Jobert 'state* lu a recent public*- Foots, Theorte* »nd' Advice . Prom- W«H Known Antbbrltle* on Health. Notwlthetnndlng the tboivugu Inyestiga- tlons during late yeain of the physlnlogy of digestion, authorities continue to differ on some important point*. One tolls us that the habit of chewing gum Is very prejudicial lw- cai|se it excites salivary glands so niiimtiirally that when called upon afterward to act in tlie mastication of food they eannoV i-espond as fu'ly as they shoukl. Aeain we aro Informed that perfect rest of all the organs is osseiillal t«i refreshing sleep, and that if food is taken just before retiring, and we go to sleep with a stomach moro or less full, the sleep will bo unsatisfactory and disturbed. On the other hand, authorities of Amherst college, lu instructions to students, recommoiid half an hour of sleep after dinner and supper, mid tho eating of n few Graham crackers just Iwforo retiring, when wakeful from bfaimvork, to draw the excess of blood from the brain to'ttio stomach. They also state that chewing gum daily before eating, aids the digestion ot food, by increasing the flow of fcallva and stimulates indirectly the secretion ot tho digestives juices ot tho smomach. Science, in commenting on these differing views, agrees that food is useful iu cases of sleeplessness, and,believes that maiiy a person has l»en kept awake from a mistaken whim that he must not eat at night. It is of opinion that a few Graham crackers can never do harm; but is doubtful as to tho benefits of chowirig gum upon ; : 'thq digestion, and would hesitate to recommend It without a guaranty of the composition of the gum used. - ' _••• : •• .- ;'•''. - .-. -. •' ' . Iniprovlnc tho Complexion. If women -would onj.v take better en re of their feet there would be fewer complaints of both muddy complexions and eruptions of the skin. Next; in importance, if not equal to it, after a healthful 'diet, comes care of tho feet. Not one woman in ten nas absolutely •warm, dry feet from October to May. Tho feet ought always to be warm, in .spite of weather, which means warm stockings frequently changed and stout, thick bojots' in cold weather. In addition to warmly clothing the feet try every-nlght,' just before retiring, dipping the soles of the feet iii cold water an instant, quickly rubbing dry with a towel ind afterward heating for a few minutes be- Toro the fire. By observing the above sug- jestions the circulation in your lower extremities will be good, all fullness of the head and palpitations of the heart will be relieved, ;he complexion, improved and health made better in many respects. QaKlight In the Nursery. Gas and parafflne lamps should not be used in the nursey. Such is tho opinion of a prominent physician, who adds that in almost every room where gas is burned a plant will droop and die. Children are like plants; they require, above all things, pore ah-, light and sunshine— not gaslight, but daylight, sunlight and as much of it as possible. In the nursery there should bo no heavy hangings to obscure the light nnd hold dust, and no gas pipes. Gas injures in many ways. Its light is too strong for a' babe's e3 - es; it absorbs all the pure air in the room before the child can get a chance to inflate its little lungs with oxygen; its heat is enervating, and there is always the danger of leakages; These leakages may be so small as to be imperceptible, but largo enough to bo injurious to the health.' _ _ The Necessity for Two Kara. A St Ixmis physician explains the necessity for having two ears, by the fact that sound is always heard more distinctly by one ear than by the other, and In this way it is located. A man with but one ear, says this authority, can hear just as well as the man with two, but ha can riot locate the sound. Physicians, Lawyers, and Business Men are enthusiastic m their indorse- ment of Salvation Oil. It curas the worst cases of rheumatism. 25 oents. She sat on the piano stool with her bands tightly clasped, looking tngic aud miserable— she could not sing a note. I gently suggested Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. The next day she wus singing and thrilling like the first birds in tho Spring. Sensiblegirl. Anew excuse: Lady at theater (who has left her hat outside) — "Where are you going, my dear?" Husband (at end of first act)— "I am going out to see if your hat is all ri<*ht."— New fork Bun. . ....' ,-i .„„ Style ot Drwu for City ladies hart, adopted for thomirsw of tbeir children tho French style of dress— dark •tuff gowns, white aprons and caps. nuiiws are, indeod, very much tho fashion, as it to ,W>hBi<Jored nil important that children should leartl to speak French 04 soon as they ceji articulate.' It is, hdwd ver, more important that the nurse be, a: middle aged person of trustworthy cbnraetsl than that aho be nbla to gpeak French. .Many mothers make their selections in this direction with a view to the moral and physical Well being of tho little ones rather than what is the fashion. Invitations to rnrtlca. The young lady's moHier or chaperon It tho proiwr person to invito young men to a party if the • daughter lias nmt them, but it is not considcriHl cbrretit for the young Indy to do it herself. It makus no Ulireranc'e whether the mother known them or not, she Is tho ono tospnd the inviUitiou.. Clmlrn for the DlnlliR Itooni. As a rule, thn cluilrs in tho modern dining room are uncomfortable and inappropriate. By all moons see to it that the chairs be of equal height nt the table. Perhaps, any one may know by experience the trial to his good humor in finding; himself -perched above or tunk below the general line. AWiftrorAII. In order HI give all » chance to lest it, and thus bn convinced' ot .as wonderful curitiivo powers, Dr. King's Now 'Diss covury fnr Consumption, Coughs and Colds, will be, for a limited timo, given' away. This offer is not only liberal, but show." uDbounrind faith in the merits of this greiil. remudy. All who suffer from Culds, Consumption, Asthma, Brouclnti?, or any iiffucuon of Throat., Chest o'r.Liingfi, HI'H especially requested to call at K. Marsh's Drug Store;'- and girt a trial bottle tree, Irtrgc botllo §1. Give the Rice Coil Carnage Spring a trial. Nothing else in the world in ihe snape of a spring touches it. It has all the good riding qualities. It combines every essential of a perfect spring. The most'skeptical ndnilUi this on trial. ilwlw "It, is worth its wnight in jrold,' 1 1.4 n common expression. But, 'while the viilue of gold is «,;u»i!y' affected, the worth of Ayer's Sarsapanlla, as a blood purifier, tit-ver dupruoiatiw. U will erndlcAtn scrofula from lliri .system vvhon everything elso fails. dwlw • Keuews ll«r Mrs. I'limbo Chesloy, PolH-sbn, Clay co., lon-n, tells iho following romark- able story, too truth of which is vouched for by the • residents of the town: "I am 73 years o'd, havo been troubled with kidney complaint, and lameness for; many years, could not -dress myself without help. Isoxy I am free from all pain and soreness, hnd am able to do all my owil houpowork. I owe my thanks to Electric Bitters for haying renewed mv youth, and removed conii- pletely all disease and pain." Try a hotilH, only SOo, at E.: Marsh's Drug Store. \ . f\>l dwlm, BucKien's Arnica Salve. The Beat Sajv>3 m the wprld for cuts, briiisps, sores,:..'jars, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and nil skin eruptions, and positively 'cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis.- faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cpats per bos. Fnr sale by E. Marsh, Alton, iil "mcbTdwlm I The Railroad. (From Columbia, Mo. Statesman.) It seems almost too good to ba true. But. the consolidation of 'the-..Central Missouri and Short Line railroad oiv ganizations in Si. Louis last Monday appears to lyive resulted in arrangements whereby a railroad irpm St. Louis to Kansas City, through Boone county and Columbia, has passed beyond the domain of speculation. It the very best evidence is to be credited it- has become an assured fact. The parties who have undertaken the work represent a 'financial and business ability which removes all doubts oi the necessary resources, while ilia nature of the agreement. K such as to virtully guarantee Hie 'building, of the road. • , Those are strong words, calculated to raise high ex pee! H; ions, but Ihn Herald believes it speaks by the card. We confess, to tlw present time, we have shared, in common .with the public, a degree of scepticism touching the final result,—such was the magnitude of the work, find the obstacles to to bo overcome,—nuijlhe evidence is too strong now to warrant doubt, and it is a glorious; pcivilegH to surrender to the logic of facts. Purify your blood, tone up the system and regulate the digestive organs by taking Hood's Sampan I la. Sold by all druggist*. ' J 0 1*. T. P. moans "Pedacura Pliable plaster," Mm Host and Safest, of Corn- Plasters. 3 "My dunr," ho whispered softly, as they seated themselves on Ihe toboggan, ''if, on ine way down, I should ask you to be my wife what would yonsayp" "What would you snv if [ Mionld refuse?" she wlncpVred hack. "I should Imvo to lot you slido," tie simply fiuid.— Harper's Bnmr. We Tell Vou Positively that Simmons Liver Regulator will rid yon of dyspepsia, purify your sysliuu, unable you to slenn well, prevent malarial dise SHIM and give you a brisk, vigorous feline. Ii nets dircc'Iy on ttu- iver and kidneys, i;)eanginc, purifying, nvigontting and fortifying tho gyMoin iguinst disca.ie. It will bn.iak up chills and fever and pruvunt their • return - ypt in entirely free from calomel or qui- line. tu th s wk WITHIN a year two sve boeti established •Vuitt, on ihe T. St. L- & K. (,'. mad aid Brook**, on tho Edwardsvillo and Si, Louis road at ih« Illinois Hottl. ^j food For L'oiiHumptlvoH, Scolt'ri Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil vith Hypopliospliitesi, Is a most wondi«r» ul food. It not. only glvon Htrongth anil nuroases tliu llobh but JiuuU the \rr\\n-* ion of the throat and lungs. Palutablu \B milk and in ull wasting diseases, both or adults and children, » a marvelous ood *nd medicine. lliini«, Sculdi,' Cut*, co. |'],.UI'!M-. Sorts, FKMt.blu-t, Iliwlt Cannon.—Tho irt-n Xnlratlnn fill beam oor Trmte-Uark. Hlitl our i; Couiih Byrun will cure your I'rloc (iiilv 2ft CtB. n lioillu. Circuit cmii-t ot Madison county, Muroh U-vni A.I*. JSS7. Homy I), 1'rlnst, surviving partner ol Henry O. bwoutsur. (Incensed, laic pnrtnnr« untinr the' nainri ol ftwnorynr mid Priiwt, vs. David It, sparks, Anna . , Siiurkw, hlH wile, UVo- l.-y nest, the Alion .National Hunk, thn I). It .Sparks Milling company, Albert Wadu and i runic It. Mlluor. in c'hancury Motion IH hereby given to tliu Bald Wiwlov m-M tlnit iho iibovi- niuncil conipluluuut horntoffiiotllod hlH hill of complaint In smld court, on tliu ohuncury Hldo thurcof, »nd that u HniiiniOH>( thi'mnpnii losuud out of nttd court iigiiliist Dm ahovo namod dufondiintB. rnturnnbU on the llmt Ui.y ot tho twin of the (•Irrtilloonrt ot Mudleoii wiiintv, to h« held at («urt Iioii8(i in Kdu-anlHvlHu, In uniil Madlsfm (•ounty, on th« third Mmiduy ol .March, A.I) li*»i, IIH|» ijy law iKinliwI, and wliiyn xiilt In HIIII pending. KOIIKHT IIAUNAIIKIt, * l)AVlH,Oum|il'U Hrirm. ]aKil7w „ For Sale. The Wood TOO ( property. A a story framu fcouso ol 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton streets. a 4 room frame house on FlftU »tr«et. ' HAEP&R'S BA2AB. ' ' ORPRICES SPECIAL MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity, Strength, and IK'iiHhftilnees. I)r, Price's Unking Powdorcontolnq no AmmenJa.Llmo, Alum or J'houphatBB. Dr.Prlco'fc Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc., flavor dslkioualy. BAIL-WAS TIMK TAHM5, OlflOAQO AHU AiiTON. On aud ultra- Sunday, Nov. 14tli, Ue&, train on the Chicago mid Alton railroad, will loavt the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, us follows: • tfttr Chicago and tUe East] Chicago Mail*... tt:oo n.n. Chicago Accommodation*....*.. .0:00)]. ir. Ueh tiling Express*................... 9 :lo p. in Peorlaaud Rock Island fast Llue (,9:00 u, tn For JnckaoiivlUo, Keokuk, Qnllicy, . Kail,»a» Clty.nml oil paints west. Kansas OHy Mall* .. 9:00a.m Kansaa Olty Express* »:10 p. n Denver Expiessf.... ......... 7:06p. m. Jacksonville Accommodation)... 7:05-p. it For St. Loam i LillhtnlnjjKxpreBB*.... .0:45 a. u, Chicago Accommodation*. ........0:ilO 9. n Alton Special) 12:00 p. m Kansas City Mall* ;...5:4(lp. tn ChicagoMailr '.. «:30p. in TRAINS IjEAVK ST. hOUIS UNION DBPO1 FOB ALTON. 17 50a.m. f6 00 p. in. *i 50p.m. . *785p. in. (8 is a. m. Sunday&ouly). •Dally ' [Except Sunday. S. D. EEEVK. 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