Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 3, 1887 · Page 4
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Alton, Illinois
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r " '„'. r « > J '<"f i '•' <f ' 'i "-(; : DlOOOTJftWSD tht fc«Un* of matry Tiettto of un, aranujli, Mt«ti«i and MO tow at rick hwdaeh*. Baring trUd ••"•"t^ffltti iff-fallri zwMoiM, and phytl- «f all Mheols, without r*li«£ ton to U no hop*. Many such bar* ai y«« . autxptrimtut; thousands hav« been aired ky its tu*and th«y testify in to in valu». Tht littl* bar cf John H. Puktr, Charleston, 111., hat been an invalid tine* h« was a year old, hie diseasft being so complicated that it KM difficult for the physicians to determine upon what hla diteoM wai. Th* little fellow suffered for yean the most violent paisu and torture. He wa* helpless as to walking. His limbs were almost devoid of feeling. Mr. Parker's ibter. Mrs. M. 8. Travers, says the boy has been using Athlophoros, and the medicine ho* almost performed a miracle. H* can now f walk about and play, at other boys do. Bis back has been relieved of the siiffnessj to that he can stand more erect than he ever could before. He is now ten years of age, and I know his father had spent two hundred dollars for patent' medicines alone, but nothing did him any good until he took the Athlophoros. His father has also used the medicine for neuralgia, with very good .-, » ••**> RotUnd, Illinois. Was cured cyiA'hl6phoroe;bne year ago last Spring, and'have not been troubled with the rheumatism since. I tried other medicines to no good result. I have sold this medicine since I was cured, and all that have taken it as tbedirectionsordered have been.cured. .„. . J. M. SHAW. Every druggist inould keep Athlophoros and Atbloplioros Pills, but where they can- not'be bomrht fof the druggist the Athlo- phowJBHfcA il.3 Wall St., New York, will send either (carriage paid) on receipt of regular price, which is $1.00 per bottle tor Athlophoros and 60c. for Pills. For liver and kidney disease*, dyspepsia, Indigestion, wcaknosd, nervous debility, diseases of women, conntlpation, headache, Impure blood, <&o., Athlophoros Pills are uddmaled. * ALTON (Bsn«na M o. nun* M th* r. m.) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT, Rudersnausen & Sonntag. A eonvffinlentmnrt pleasant home at B, reasonable flgnre,oeii»g a two-story frame house on Eighth »tr*et, near Henry., ; ; ,. f ,* < ;»or Bale. ' ; : . A ohofoe'farni 6J 820 acres, with first class Improyements, situated 2tf miles east of Bmnswiek. Onarlton co., MO. ror Hal*. A one-story frame dwelling House'in good condition. In Topping's addition to AUon. For Sale Cheap • '• • . The residence of Oapfc W. V. oble; two stories and mansard roof i 12 room 4 liolls, closets, cellatsj etc.: 8 acres ol groun Most -leslrable propertv in the city. \W»x HsUe.. 160 aerosol land, near city limits, Suuo ., two story brick arid trame dwe! .nf, nomse, both situated on the east <•• o .state street between 6th and 7th streets.-, ,»so the briok block ot stores on Becon' •; street, between Hem* and Bld?e street nown as Hunters WW i, 8 , ... . ForSkle. j\ «ni6U frame i\ -«i?8. oonse within n ne oldcksofthed ' >ttorS§75. : : '' ' 160 acres t good forming land, and another tract of SCO Acres, both unimproved* Situate In Mor. co., Kansas, at J10 and »16 per acre respectively—one-third oash.balance on tune. For-Bnl»i •'• • Alarm of 140 acres on bottom land, all in cultivation, near Madison, In thlscouaty. A good two-story frame dwelling house on it. Price J8.600 For Sale. A choice-farm of 120 acres, situate I mile south ol SMpmuB, Macoupln county,. 111., at a low figure. • , Partlesintendlng to buy Real Estate In the city ot Alton or rlclultv will find It to their Interest to call at the office of Budershausen A Sonntag and examine their list of properties for sale as only part thereof Is advor- tl«ed.- -- -. •>« -;- ' PBT8IC1AJTB AMI) 8 UKOKOM » Physician and Surgeon, , AND RESIDENCE, OOB.FOUBTB ANDHHNiYBTS. _ lag-dwly W. A. HASKJELL,, M.D., : Phyaloian and Surgeon, < OinaK— SKOOKD ST.. ALTON, ILL. Office hoars — 1a.m.; 12 to 1, and 6 p. m UJSHTlUTMk. DB. C. B. tCUlILAND, Dentist, IB THIRD STREET, ALTON, ILL. Office Hours—8 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 to 4 p. tr> fabdwlv O. A. McMELLJBN, Dentist, OVER BRUBOGEMANN'S OIGAB STORE 8EOONU.ST. PLIABLE PLASTER CORN A common sense euro, by a combined medical and median!- d&^etfoiau''' sUnUko uny; other pro. pi^iipn,]t]ioy relievo the pressure VhU»|QUJrlrig th<? pom, and never •"fail* WherV s directions 'are followed- Five sots of plasters and box of ointment put up in handsome tin case, convenient for use. Price 28 cents, complete. Ask for "Podacura" and take no other. l-HUR8DAYi EVE., MAUCH 8. WIT A If 1 hate nri»tftken, .the house——" Mn, Bagley— ."Pon't. go; tup ,iniide, itr. It *hall never be *«d that I tr. s. , ; DUt. Agent for Alton. The rxxost attractive thing about ft toboggan is a pretty girl. — Pittsburg Dispatch. Even misfortune has its blessings — to th« other fellow who profits by your ill-luck. — Somervitle (Mast.) Journal. "I wouldn't be a fool, if I were you," said Jones to a friend. "If you wate me you wouldn't be u fool," was the reply. — Judge. In tho matter of the New England codfish, we do not want to fight; but, by jingo, if we dp,' we've got the^— by the way, what have we gotP— St. Lout* fapublican.. There's the land-slide, tho snow- slide, and tho toboggan-slide; but the slide that has tho money in it is the slide of the bad cashier into Canada. — Philadelphia Item. A German inventor has devised a machine for deadening the sound of tho piano.. , Next to a machine for, deadening pianists this is a splendid discovery. San Francisco Examiner. A petrified Indian has been exhumed in Arizona. The savage is supposed to have been petrified with astonishment on discovering an honest Indian agent— -jSiMijJYemijisco .Ncui'i-ieftter. , The largest diamond known is that, of the Rajah of Mattan, in Borneo. ' It is not stated whether Mr. Rajah is a summer-resort hotel clerk or an end- man in a minstrel troupe. — Norristown Herald. If you, have ever ; noticed the men who occupy the front seats at the theaters you musthave remarked how.much more polite they are than the ladies. They do not even wear any hair. — Burlington Free Press. "Ma," anxiously inquired a small boy, "is a tapestry like a turkey?" "Why, bless you, no! What put that into your head?",: , "Well, itsaya, something- here about; a Gobelin .tapestry, anyway."— New Haven News.1; .Gotham matron — "Why, 1 Lydia, didn't you go to the cooking-school, as you intended?" "Yes, ma, but there was no session; the lecturess is sick." "I am very, sorry. .What; i.s the matter?" "Dyspepsia. ^--fid-Sits. . , "A man can get nothing without labor," said a woman to a tramp who declined to saw some wood in exchange for a dinner. "I know better than that," he replied as he turned away; "he can get hungry. "—Boston Courier. • "The lips that taste liquor shall never kiss mine." Girls are now confronted byanother society whose rhot^ to is: "The lips that kiss poodles shall never kiss mine," and they say that poodle dogs are not as popular as they were once. — Danville Breese. Reporter — I have ' just brought a lovely theatrical scandal, full of the most revolting details. Editor — Good! Run it leaded, head it "Too Sickening for Publication," and give instructions to the printers to-, run off 20,000 extra copies. — London Topical Times. As an instance of the remarkable cheapness of Chinese labor we note that in Chinese courts of justice witnesses can be hired at 10 cents apiece to testify on either side of the question at issue, or on both sides at 15 cents. Burlington Free Press. * "Orlando, I didn't see you with Miss Brown at the concert last night." "No, Percy, I'm not calling on her any more. I can't until she retracts what she said the other week." "Ah — what did she say?" "Well, she said I needn't call any more." — Harper's Batar. At the 50-cent table d'hote — Guest (who has been elegantly served with almost nothing) — Now, waiter, that I have struggled through eleven courses of cut glass, silver, and air I begin to feel hungry. Bring me some corned beef and cabbage and a glass of plain every-day water. — Tid-Bits. It was raining heavily when Parson Surplus Eel, in crossing the street, met a poorly-clad boy whose clothes were soaked. "My dear little boy, why don't you get an umbrella?" said the kind-hcurted clergyman. "Since pa has quit going to church, he never brings home any more umbrellas." — Texas Stftings. "Hand-pninted coal scuttles have made their appearance in New York." Very esthetic, no doubt; but when a man goes into a dark cellar with a hand-painted coal scuttle and collides with a post, or bumps his head against a joist, his language is apt to be as lurid and vigorous as ,if the scuttle wore simply daublid with coal tar by moohi ncry __ Norristown Herald. A Yale College paper says that the secular magazines and papers are removed from the D wight Hall reading- room Saturday. It is supposed the religious weeklies are substituted in order to give the students an opportunity on tho Sabbath to read the patent-medicine advertisements and the long list of "valuable premiums" offered to subscribers. — Norristown Herald. Dr. B. Mauley tells of a good sister who expended |300 in educating a young .minister, through whose labors in a year or two 800 souls professed conversion, and ho is gathering in move almost every day. The dear old sister smiles and cries both as she talks about how glad she is that she put her money into a young preacher, and not Into ft bank.— Richmond Religious MtraU., :•'.'• Mrs. Bagley (8harply)--"Go away, nwn| I have nothing for you." The man who pulled the boll— "I muit have made a mistake. I was told that a beautiful lady lived hero, and I was anxious to see her face before I died. turned away "a Surfing delphia fall. Little girl (who is spending the afternoon with her. aurifj— Auntie, mamma snid that 1 waa not to ask you for anything to eat. Aunt — Yes, Flossie, your mamma was quite right. It wouldn't be polite, you know. Little Girl (contemplatively) — No, itwouldn't be polite, and perhups she thought that as I was your guest you would offer me something without asking.— N. Y. Sun. The ways of tho hour nt the clubs. — Crashley (entertaining friend at club) — S-s-sh! We can't go iuto the •inoking-room now. Friend — Hut I want to smoke, my dear fellow. Crashley — Cah't do it now, old man. You see, Mr. Titmuss don't like to bo disturbed. He's our old steward. Saved up his fees and bought tho building, and we had to admit h(ui or move out. — Tid-Bits. Presiding Judge — So then, you acknowledge having written this Jibclous letter? In tho whole course of niy experience I never met with such'a conglomerate of vulgar abuse. What have you to say in extenuation of your conduct? Prisoner — Well, your Honor, allow me to tell you that it was evening, and rather dark at the time, so that I could hardly. see what I wrote! — Fliegende Blatter. One of the most eloquent preachers of this city lolls a good joko at his own expense as follows: "When I was in Florida last winter, I preached to a ne- gro congregation one Sunday, excusing myself from saying mi'ich on account of my poor health. The colored minister in his closing prayer said: 'O, good Lawd, bless our brother L- — who has preached to us in his pore, weak way.' " — New York Tribune. Assistants in Society. The matter of assistants at afternoon receptions and teas 'is a problem, writes a Washington correspondent of the New York Herald. It is an easy compliment for a hostess of position to pay to some friend or acquaintance to ask her to assist her in receiving callers or to pour her tea. Hostesses, how ever, are not always allowed to invite them to do so, as these assistants more often volunteer, and it seems to be quite the fashion this year for assist, ants to offer their services. One woman who was about to give a tea recently was surprised at the beginning of the afternoon to have a young girl walkln and say: "As you are such' a stranger bore I am sure that I can be of great assistance to you, as I know every one. I will pour tea for you," 'and she poured it and had quite a domesticated air in the house. One family living 1 here, whose afternoons for receiving callers are always so well attended that the uninitiated wonder, regularly spend the rest of the week drumming up customers for their teapot and punch bowl. They seized upon an amiable, foreign minister the other day, saying: "Be sure now and come this time! We are going to have some of that good punch, anc that pretty young lady that you admired so much will be there. Oh, do be sure and come!" John Puryear, a colored man o; Clarke County, Georgia, • had two daughters about to marry. He wantec to give each a dower, but he was poo: in everything uxfcept children, so he gave the young women the use o these, and at the double wedding pro sented papers showing that four young Puryears, two to each bride, were legally bound to their sisters until thcj should come of age. A blessing to humanity is what Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup can well be termed for it has done more (zood already than any other medicine. One trial will con vince any one of its efficacy. Price 25 ceiu. •'There's no terror, headache, in your threats," For I am armed so strong with remedy Tnat [ pass pain by, a? an idle word, Since the discovery of Salvation Oil. i worshipers of Pans bum .— Ex. No carriage spring is talked about sc P raisinglv as the Rice Coil Spring is eople go wild over it. Any can i«ge builder will furnish it. dwlw Everybody needs a spring medicine By using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, tho blnoi is thoroughly cleansed and invigorated the appetite stimulated, and the system prepared to resist the diseases peoulla to the summer months. Ask for Aver* Sarsaparilla. Take no other, dwlw ANEW list of household hints eon tarns this: "Salt in the whitewash wil nuke H 'stick better." Investigatin committees should boar this m mind.— Ex. ' __ The peculiar purifying and building up powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla mat- it (ho very best medicine to take at tin season. 4 POOR o'd Bill Springer and poor ol Hill Morrison—let their names go thui dering down tho ages. In obedience t the crack of the Presidential whip, aft< voting (or the dependent pension bi'! each turned around and voted topustui the veto. Wo know that Bill Morrison wants to be an Inter-State Co nmerc Commissioner, but what is Bill Springer i he Saneamon saurian, After BOW?— Peoria Transcript* Children Starrta? to Death On account of their inability to fond, will Hod a moat marvellouf faoc and rorandy in Scott's Emulsion. Vur palatable nnd easily digested. Dr. S W. Cohen, of WHOO, Toxaa, says: ° have used your Emulsion in mfautil wasting. It not only restores wostoi tissues, but given Btrena;th,and Increase the appetite." fftsldcntg' Bon*. Fred-Grant was not the only President's sou at the Logan funeral. Away Up in the gallery, with a'military overcoat thrown over his- shoulders, 1 saw General John Tyler, whose face looks as much like that of his father as-Fred Grant's does like that of the General. General Tyler was, I judge, of the same age as Fred was when his father was President, and he was spoken of 'in the society annals of Uie time to'the liandsomest man in Washington. Now le lives quietly here at the capital, and ic has a sinecure position in the trons- iiry department. There are a number of other descendonts of presidents still iving in the United States. John Tyler hus a'bVothev ov two. Abraham Lincoln's son Robert practices law in icugo, and General Harrison's grand- Bon is a member of tho United States Senate. General Gnriield's boys promise well, as do also those of President Hayes. Young Alan Arthur was hero tho other day, and ho is a bright young fellow, having as much politeness as liad his father. George Washington never hud a child. Thomas Jefferson's children were all of tho other sex. James Madison left no sons to perpetuate his name, and I have never liuurd of Monroe's having children. The Adams family did better, and the death of Charles Francis Adams, the son of John Quincy, recalls the fact that the brains • of the family outlasted three generations, and that tho fourth still exists in full intellectual vigor. Andrew Jackson died 'childless. Martin Van Burcn had a son more brilliant than himself, who was known as Prince John Van Bureh, but who died before ho could v leave his mark upon the people of the time. Buchanan died a bachelor, being disappointed in love in early life. Harrison had a son who became a member of Congress, and I think, though I'm not sure, that Andrew Johnson's children were all girls. —Cleveland Leader. Greatly Excited. Not a few of the citizens of Alton iave recently become greatly excited over the astonishing facts, that several of their frietfds who had been pronounced by their physicians as incurable and beyond all hope— suffering with hat dreaded monster Consumption— lave been completely cured by Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, ;he only remedy that does positively cure all. throat and luher diseases, Jonghs, Colds, Asthma and Bronchitis. Trial bottle free at K. Marsh's drug store, large bottles $1. Wonderful Cores. W. D. Hoyt & Co., wholesale and retail druggists of Rome, Ga., say :$We have been selling Dr. King's New Dis* coverv, Electric Bitters and Buoklpn's Arnica Salve for two years. Have never bandied remedies that sell as well.or give such universal satisfaction. There have been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines m this city. Several cases of pronounced Consump tion have been entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery,taken in connection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always Sold by E. Marsh. mchldwlm BncKien's Arnica Salve. The Best Salvo in the world for onto, bruises, sores.u.oers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skm eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 ceats per box. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mch7dwlm You will walk off with ease after usj ing "PetJacura Corn Plasters. 19 "The Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain." relieve more quickly than nny other known rem- Khoum»tl»m, Ncurolitiii, BoolUng-8, Still Keck, BrufieX Darns, Scalds, Cut*, Lumbv loarlsy, Bores. Frost-Wl€», — aclie, Oulnsy, Boro Throat, Sciatica. Wounds, Headache, Tootlinche. Sprolni, etc. moo Bold by all acts, n bottle. cautlott.— The (ten li«Ho» oil beam onr regWercd Trade-Mark, on* our «ta>»tur«. A (3. Mjjor * o» Sole , U. B. A. 1'roprlctora, Ililtlaiorc, ild. Dr. Bull's Coufh Syrup will cnre vour Cough atnoi-o. Price only 3ttCt«. a bottle. Sheriffs Sale. Jennie E. Depry j vs. > Elocution No. 32, Franklin Depry. ) Kee bill No, By virtue of this case issuei out of the clerk's office of tlio Circuit > 'ourt o Mudlson county.IlllnoU, directed to t lie Hhor Iff ol said county,1 have levied upon all the right, title anil Interest [ol tins def.'ndan in and to tho followli gprooerty, sliuaio !• the county of MudUnn and State of Illinois and described as follows, to-wit: Two '121 rods olf of tho nortl •Ida of lot No, live (5), in block No. six (0), in E. Long's addition to the town of Upper Al ton, un3, also, two (2) rods off of tlio south stilu ofloiNo. six (flj, in said block No. B!X (0) in paid addition. Bald two (2) pleccH o land fronting four (41 rods on Muln street In tmld town nnd running buck cnslwardly tho entire dt-jntli of snid lots, nnd sttuatud in tin town ot Upper Alton, In the county of Madl sou, In tho Htato of Illinois, which I will ox po-e at Public Sttlo, to tho highest bidder, fo imsh, on FRIDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF MARCH . A. v.. mi, between the hours of V o'clock In the fore noon nnd sundown i to-wit: at 10 o'clock, a m., of snlddnv,In irnnt ot the north fiou doorof th« City Hull bulldlnK, In the city o Alton In tho county and HUto aforesaid, to Htitlsfy said execution together with cntrto. B. A, HUnivK, Sheriff of Madison county. III. BT O. F. Onown, Daputy. 11 Util BOO BAGS UIGQLNS' FUREKA FINE SALT For Dairy and Table Use, inJ14 Ib. llucn sacks and OO lb. Mucks, for aale by j. A. MOST PERFECT MADE Propared with strict regard to Purity, Strength, and HoaltUf utnoae. Dr. Price's Baking Powder contains no AmniBnla.Llme, Alum or Phoapbatoa. Dr.Prlce • Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc., flavor dollciouBly. fff/ff BJMf/ff POWDER CO. 3HICM0. *m ST. tail/* WHIPPLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS, UERBBSKNTINQ THi) FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Philadelyhla; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, ^London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.r Continental; Girard; Glens Falls, Amercan Central; Firemen's Fund, Western Afurarance Co. AMD OTHEHSlA OA8H CAPITA! IN THE AGGBBQATE OF . $20,000,000. <VB ALSO BKPRKBBNT THK Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co.iHartford. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State eta. For Bent. Two-story bouse and good stable, on Com i»on»itreBt. Good irult. WHIFFLE * SMILBY. Ifor Bale. Seven lota with good brick dwelllnt; and outbulldlnga.ln go->d repair, In Upper Alton Residence of 0. E. Colling, and known as the Merrill property. WHIFFLE & SMILEY, Al ton. or D. W. Collet, IJppsr Alton. 1 or Rent. A two-story brick dwelling known as the A. Flatt homefltencl. Lately put. in good re pair. . WHIPirLE ft SMILBY. For Bnle or nenc. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs 8. J.Dutro. WHIFFLE 48MILBY. For bai» Tbe late realdoncea ol J. ^. and W. B Mitchell, on Mill at., two oi ttoit best pieces o residence property in Alton. Tne property known aa "The Fork, east of above; It lots on Mill and Summit streets, an d a number o ots in Miller A. Mitchell's addition to Alton Any or all ot above at ajnpat bargain. WTiiFPLE 4 SMILEY. Jfor eue. The Marrlman property on State stree In Miller & MlcbelPs add., to Alton, IX story bouse, 8 rooms and out-buildings; all in per fectorder. Oan bo bad at a bargain. WHIFFLE. & SMILEY. For Sale. A 1J» story frame dwelling, corner Pe and FiftU street,. WHIppLE 4 SUJLEr Desirable Residences far Sale. A two story brick dwelling on State atree known as A. Flutt homestead, lately put In good repair. A two story frame dwelling on Main street, nearly now. A two story brick dwelling on Seventh street, all for sale it u sacrifice, owner having decided to gc •f, WHIFFLE 4 SMILEY^ For sale. The Woodroof property. A S story frame bouse of 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton streets a 4 room frame house on Fifth street. WHIFFLE 4 SMILEY. For Bale. A convenient (arm of 120 acres, most all in cultivation; eltiiated en theBethalto road, mllep *rom Alton. ' For Sale or Bent. The 2-story frame dwelling with 9 rooms Including 7 lots: good barn and fine fiults known as tho Nichols homestead, tltuatec on 12th st,, In a deslraoleinelKhboihood. WH1PPLE 4 SMILEY. For Bent. A two story brick dwelling known as the A Flatt homestead; lately put in good repair. WHIFFLE 4 SMILEY For Sale. A 7-room brisk dwelling and out buildings on Thud street, between Cherry and Vine. WHIFFLE 4 8M BY. ror Kent. • Good 9-room brick bouse with about 4 acres of ground,Including oronivd, In Upper Alton Former rouldonco of Dr. Humbert. WHIFFLE 4 SMILEY. For Rent, Late residence ol M. J. Noonan on State itrcot, known as tho A. Platt place. Good B room brick houvn, in first class repair. A SMILEY. cuttle ore mostlv lilvli grade for Klvinu jloh milk ilu-y liavo iey are all young nnd hoaltl will ition no slops of uny kind to our cat I'nrtles tliut 'Ifl liivor us wlili tliolr patron no equul; tliey are DAIRY FARM. North Alton Jersey Dairy. Havingronto'lJamosMullen's Dairy (arm and cuttlo, tho miUortilKnad will (urnlshmllk of (he vrry hust qiiiillty to tho citizens o Alton. Tho cuttlo ore mostly liluli m'udi Hoh mlflc ihi-y liavi youiiu nnd hoalthy ' d to our cattle ..lih tholr patron «no may depend an HCtttiiBTnlib O ( the vary heut quality. A sample wlllljotflvon fioq o obui'HO to ull that apply (or It. Thu inllklni unil everything connected with tho dairy wil bo ki-pt HOI upuloussly eleun enthut ou customnrs may rooolve tho milk In tin Lost or ordor. A tthure ol public patron uuo Is respectfully requested. Leave order with Messrs. Klrsoh A Soilless, and wlih Messrs. SolbolU ft Uetordlng, or address us nt North Alton, ALBERT VOLI'EU, KltNKHT \VEIbNHLUIl. lluvo lor Horvlcu, two ri'glstoroil Biros, Jnr- sey and HoUteln, aoi-vlce fee fur either, fS.OO. Tlio llolutuln Is from thnt (amous bull. Con stantlne, owned by Mr. Htoviuu.ot Mow York took <760 premium at St. JLouls'lait ttUl, Out's Is thirty months old and U Over seventeen hundred weight. J U d 4w kJJttWAt ftttB VABUI. xomnmodatlon*....... .0:0)p.m Is'land"r»»t'iAn»t,»:W £'3 tar JaokiODTlUe, Keokvk*, Ontnor. KM> ISM Clty.and all points WMt, ' Kansas OJty Mall* »;00».jn. KansasoityKxproso' .... 9:lop. tn Denver Express) .....pwp. m, jRoltBOiivlUe Aocommodatlottto • T W p. in ror at. Lonu i LlKhtninaExpress* t'.U a. m Omuaoo Aooomnioilatlon*. .,..... .9 :IQ a. tn Alton Special) U:BBp. tt EuiBMbltyHaU* .....S:40p.m OhloagoMallt .. «!>0p.m ?RA1NB1J1AVK ST. LOOTS XTXIbK, DEPOT „ FOB ALTON. | jew p. Hi, *« 60p.m. . *7 »p, m . (8 « a. in. Sundays only). *Dftlly T»*oept8uriUa,y. n«« „ Snp'^S^ O.G.KOHBIS, Ticket AiMint. , CHICAGO, DtTRLlNGTON AJfD QtTINCY. Trams leave the Union Dnpoti Alton lollowa: Going North! §? P J*£? < e »»P» Sunday).... g.-H a. m Night Express j:<» D .m W. W. ARNOU), Ai?(mtr JOSEPH LIVERY STABLEV AUTOV FBONT STKEBT. , BEl'WJEEK ALBTANDSA0POW, ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. . of Herman lioKfllirann, debtor! The undermpned herebv giTes notice that H . u L m X? «*««'"'»»». «' Alton, in the touSty ?«' 5 1 H <li " on ^ a 8tato of'llmols, did, on tb« 1! ^L da ? w J eb " Al , D> 1887 - watirter'S Ttha underslKned, ah assignee, all Din pronertv. ^ real and'personHl, lor the bfneflt otliS creditors. according to the provisions ot the lw» poncerulng asalgnmunts. : "*™ All persons having olilms against the laid Herman Rtgolmaun »re hereby notlflod to present such claims under oath or afflrma., tlon, to uie at my store, on the corner ot Third and fiasa streets, Alton, in said county, with-' • in three months from this date. **•""• o Dated Feb. leth, 1887. JOHN DOW, Assignee. JOHN J. BRBNHOLT, Atty. , (ebiedaw i Chancery Notice. STATB OF ILUNOISTl aa ^County of Madiuon. I 1 ' 8 ' Circuit court ot Madison county, March tern A.D. 1887. ~ . '' , ' Henry 0. Frlest, surviving partner of Henry . O. ftwectaer, deceased, late partners under the aame pt Sweetser and Frlest, vs. David K. Sparks. Anna u. Sparks, his wife, Wesley Best, the Alton National Bank, the B. B. Sparks Milling Company, Albert Wada and Frank U. Mllnor. In chancery. • Notice is hereby given to the said Wesley Best that the" above named complainant heretofore filed his bill of complaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof, and that a summoBs thereupon Issued out of: said court agataat the above named defendants, returnable on the first day of the term of the oiroultoourt of MadUon county, to be held at court house In KdwardsvlUe, In said Madison county, on the third Monday of March, A.D, 1887, as is by law required, and whlon suit is SOU pending, EOBKBT UAGNAUKE, Olflrk. WISB * DAVIS,Oompl'ta Sol'is. ]a8d7w TO ADVERTISERS For a check for KO we will print a ton-Uaa advertisement in One Million issues of leading American Newspupers. 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LOWE8T.TBttM;8. : OFFIOB AND SHOP OX, SECOND ST., NEAR PIA84 AI/TON. . . . JOHN BAUER, DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER) OF •• . FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, ALTON, ILL. All kinds of fino and oommoB farnltur* constantly on band. Also undertaker, etc. _ apMdwlw Lucas 1 Pfeiflenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, Office on Third St., one door west of Plasa, third floor. J. SUITER 4 SON, 3BA&H&8 XX VINE AND COMMON F URN I TUBE. A Foil and Complete Stock Al- oil Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE ;CS A CALL BEFORE PUKqHASING. <>UB jruRNiTuna ROOMS ARE OK State Street, opp. Third,

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