Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 1, 1887 · Page 4
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tag heretofore befcn rMde irt tho treatment tf rheiim»Us«l, MUStlSl*, <** nervous or ick lieadacno. Thb is evidenced by the , fii«owonth*p*rt/of Uiousands of sufferers to find relief, even thouch they have exhausted the skill of vailoiis pli}i>iei»ris and tried numerous so-called remadies. lo Siich Athlophoros is offered as a taje, ewe, and quiafe ourt,-/ ItSxiUCcess Jios, been phc- nomenaVanJ 't[et ilfy taW ji«faiprisi«g J*- cnnte \ifall AoM ,|Mti U; tHftedf for it. The Alhloprioros Co! will feMdl? refer aity who desire to make on investigation to reliable parties who haye been cured by it. J. P. Mallctte, of the Mallclte & Raymond Af.atiufjCo.,.No.329 South Cftnal St., Chicago,Ill-iaa^s; "Mywifeha»bc*nagreat sufl'erer from neuralgia for a long wliile, hut a half bottle of Athlophoros cured her -so that she has not suffered any since. When it wag first recommended to her, she would not get it as she was always opposed to takinft any"kind' of patent medicines. But ha the treatment olio wasiindcr gave her no relief I insisted on her trying Athlophoros. After taking a half bottle the neuralgia was gone nnd has not re; turned since." Decatnr III. T have been afflicted with rheumatism fat <ieYeral,yearMPuring the past winter! Was stricken witli a very severe attack, rendering me almost helpless and confining me to my bed. I tried various medicines nnd was prescribed for by pjiysicinns with no avail. Finally I was induced to try Athlonlioros. I was relieved and cured so timckly Hint words could not tell my surprise. I do not hesitate in recommending it to any one suiftring with that painful complaint; rheMmiiiisra. A. M. BI-AKNBY, Cor. Union and Green Sts. Every druggist should keep Athlophoros and Athlophoroft Pills, but where they cannot be bought of tho druggist the Athlo- phqrpB Oo.|,112 Wall St.. New York, will send aither; (carriageJ paid)ton receipt of regular price, which is $1.00 per bottle fer Athlophoros *nd ; 60c. for Pills. AUcw DMLI TRLEGMFH. (Entered u »«doiid-«liu* Mnttotat the P. O. Bt Alton, W.) FHIBAY EVE.,"APKtL 1. . For liver arid kUnef diseases, • dyspepsia, in- ion, weakness, nervous d«Muty, dUeiises or women, censtlpatlon. beadnchp, impure blood, Ac.. Athlophoros Pills are uncqnaled. « YOUKG FOLKS' COLUMN DlftECTIONS FOR MAKING A fcTRI.Na TELEPHONE. fcaxy Mode of Travel In India—A Home : Game lor Old »tu» Young Named Snap Fifty. ftnd Pl«y«d wltlt Kernels of Corn. It is doubtful if any Of our boys and girts ever saw quite so strange a mode of conveyance as Is depicted in the accompanying illustration. 1'his vehicle, queer, as it appears, Is however, a truo picture of a gentleman's private carriage in for away India. QUEST ION3»." AND ANSWERS. T Quaint and Curlnttn Oue»tl«m» Interert- InR for All to KIIOIT. i I« tho poem <*tt!W "Maclnne'fl Child," by Ohwle* Mactai) . what- did Wacloiie do to wttmg ' nr<;h ("iiewi, haughty mr.n ; You've IniitrMl mo Micro tho tl«n! And uoufTlit W>t lito'Kl sboll wipe a\vay Th« siwlnc 1 lihve euilurcd to-duy. • S. Tn tho lost staitta ot "How He Saved tit. Michael's," wnM does the llDo.mcnn _ Ho might reftd w\>o i-ftn? W. A. • 1. Tho poem was liaaod oh ft legend of Loth- bny Hall. Scottish legends are very, viu« uiorous, and a very limluxl .iiuraber of the whole have found, their way-, into books known > in this country. Tlio probability is that the author of the poem selected a legend that met.hls eye iu some rare book; at least one not to be found In this country. . 2, "Ho wlio runs miiy l-ead" ' is ,nu old saying, and signifies that a thing Is so plain that ovcu tho most hurried people may understand ' ' 1. Pleaso give the correct prominciatlon of tho Spanish namca Jlorccdcs ami Dolores. . S. In various Eugllsh novels I huve scon the expressions "In tiio circulnstnilccs" Instead 'of "under thecircumstanucs" oud "Uifforent to" lustcad of "different from." Which fonun nro correct? ILL New and Beautiful Designs Just arrived and arriving for the Spring Trade. GLASS i A Specialty, from Small Largest (Sizes. to At the old reliable HOUSE-PAINTING and DECORATING establishment of NEFF & ^BERMllJELLER, ' Fourth, east of OF PME COD LIVER OIL tofeoftin Almost as Palatable as 'Milk. U J. m«rtelioi« tn <U prescribed »nd oniorsBd^y tho Dea» M>;jrtol»o« ' la the countries of tho woriu.' FOB RftLK «*V C.LZ. f*BU«Q(STS ESTATE FOB SAI2E OB KENT, OBNTLiBMAN'S PIin'ATE OAlUltAQE. Peculiar us Is the form and, fashion of the carriage, stranger still seems tho practice of using a yoke of .oxen, beh'uicl -wbich to take, a pleasure drive in a country where there iare horses. The horses in India arc, for sorae : reason, used, only for riding, while the stronger, animals, such as ,tu6 ox, and even the elephant and buffalo, are employed as the motive power where .draught, is required.; The slow, but patient,'jox is seen ,»<^t. only yoked to carriages, but to carts and public modes of conveyance in antiquated India. An Attractive Konfo Game. "Snap Fifty" Is the name ot an attractive home game In which'all the family can participate. The Amorlcaji Agriculturist telli how to play thin game. The players sit about any smooth table and each one receives five checker men. Kernels of corn or flat counters of some sort will do, though checker men are the best. The men belonging to each.player distinctly'marked with an initial or ottierwise. Thoigamo proceeds in this' way: An hyprtcd tea saucer is placed in the middle.; Then, one after •.another, going to the left-around, the >.• play era each snap one man or counter from the edge of tho table, or from a certain line, toward the saucer. \Vhen all, "the countersvare played, the one whose man is closest counts five for ganw; if two or move of the same player^ 'mou ore nearer than others, he counts teu-or fitt?eu—live :for each. If a counter lies up partly off the table and upon the smicor ifc counts ten: if one has landed upon the top of the'sancer, fifteen. Every player is ntljberty to make a strong shot and knock nway a man of one of his opponents. If ho krioolts it off the table it counts five: if his own man goes off, or if be knocks off one of his own men, it counts five to every one of tho other players. A player may, by shooting at one of his own men, push it up close to the saucer, or he may even knock it quite up on the saucer. The game is fifty. How n Spider Umlro»»oH. When o spider is preparing to molt, it stops eating for several days and fastens itself by a short lino of web to one of tho main Hues of its snare, which holds it firmly while it proceeds to undress. The skin cracks all around tho thorax and Is hold only by the front edge. Next the abdomen is uncovered. Now comes the struggle to free the legs. It works and kicks vigorously, and seems to have, very hard work. But continued'perseverance .of about fifteen minutes brings it out of the old dress, and it seems almost lifeless,, and : is , limp and helploss for several minutes, but gradually comes bock to life and looks brighter and prettier than before. To young people it Is an operation, of extreme interest. Golden Days tells the story of n little boy who, after watching the molting of a nearly full grpwn pet spider, ran to his mother, saying; "Mamma, my spider undressed and hung his dress on a line." 1. Mer-say-thace, Do-io-race; accent on second syllable in each casq. 3. -Custom" makes "under the circumstances" correct. It is better to say "differing from." _ ' : Answered by Correspondents. In what battle of the Revolution were all the dogs killed to prevent giving the alarm ! B. It was at the capture of Stony Point by Gen. Wayne. Hir-tun. : : : - -, ._ _ __ ,. J. 8. A Funeral King. ^ • •Will you please give a description of those rings given out hy the relatives of a deceased person in old times In New England} ' A.M. ' About the middle of the Eighteenth century it was customary upon the death of a member of a family among the wealthier classes to have mode a number of funeral memorial finger rings, to be given ! to -mourners. The rings were iiBually of , ; say, -18 carat gold, and often set with precious stones. • Sometimes,' instead of the' setting, there would bo a flat ;place on which would, 1 be engraved, some; api .propriato deyisei such $3 cbernba' hpada. '.-i i0n • the .outside. was au inscription, e.g., "JPai-doh Jones. Obt. Ap. 0, • 1760. •„ Aet 181 V A favorite setting was a cofflri of 'some, ,dar.k»:pne. Some .of tliese coftla^rhigs .ore .now<«vtha possession of New England families, and ore perhaps the most perfect marks that remain of the liigubriousness of Puritan days. Atmospheres. Do the sun and planets possess atmospheres similar to that of the earth? , STODBNT. They do. The spectroscope is now revealing what these atmospheres are composed of . That of thftfiun contains, besides hydrogen and other gases, the vapors, of solids and liquids highly heated, iron vapor being one of the principal • constituents.- The atmosphere of Venus and Mfli3 appear to be similar to thS'tof the earto ; those of Neptune, Saturn, .Uranus and Jupiter differ from our, atmosphere, It is probable that they possess so high a temperature as to keep solids in a state of vapor and to be slightly self luminous. The Moon shows no trace of atmosphere. you pleaw) state it the cabinet orchlofspf tmonts at Washington wwoorlglnftUyesttvb- ad at they are now! Uisronv. Washington's cabinet consisted ot a secretary of 'DtaMj or foreign affairs, as-ithtl dfr- pwtment was .then called; sedrotary, of the treasury; secretary of war, which Included the navj", aud attornoys general, Tbe ttjst- mnster general was not considered a cabinet officer till invited ; to cabinet meetJhgii J,iy Jackson in 18U9. Tho navy dolwrttiwiit was established in 1193', the department, of the interior iul8-li>. : '•_ . •__., ;,. ' ; : The Ught Brlgbac. ; What wan thn object of, tho colobrated charge of the U«ht brigade at Balaklava during tha Crlroeou wnrf Had any order been given? O.R. On Oct. 8B, 1854, ; Baialclavn,in posteBSlon of the Allies, was attacked by tho llmsians, who stormed four redoubt*, feebly defended by Turklsli lrooi«, but wore repulsed by the HlghlanQeifi.. auil defeated by the English heavy brigade, und nm'clo po furMier effort to advance. A Cnpt. Nolan purported to bring an order .from Lord Lucnn to the Earl of Cardigan lor the captnvo ot certain Russian guns. Cardigan led his light brigade of COO cavalry against the enemy and cut his way back uudo'r'u terrible fire from the Russian batteries. Only 150 wen returned, ' Capt,. Nolaii, who bore the disputed'order, was the first Uv foil, tiws cutting off an impartant chlin of ovidouoo as -to the responsibility for tho useless sacrilioe. On and after Bunclfiy, Nov. tm the OMottfo iuia Alton r« the Union Uepot, Alton, stand teliowfc! for Chloiwto and Ote K«iti OhloagoHaU'... • •"•••>•< "S'•$$ *•**> Chicago Ai.oommqrtution'., i BiQOn. ni feoria and Hook iVfand FastUtMtiC'M a.'tn For JnolMonvlB*, lieoliniif-QntiMiy,' Knn« Kansas city Kjrpross*i,......"' •».' By? p.m MOST PERFECT MADE .6:«s a.m Jttcksoiwl for Bt. i.onin i Lightning KxprOSB* OiHuagp Aoeonttnoeiatton*. , AltouBpeolRlt.. ,.,,l«!Mp.Kd Kansas City Mall* .........,..5;40n. in -fintoajzoMailt.«.«.....«« ........ <» JSAVB ST. bOTJW UMOK DEl'Ol i7BOa.». ' 1S(!S P '*' . . *7B6p.m, ao p. T (B 16 B. m Bup't. St. Louis 0. Q. HORUIS, Tlchnt Agent. Trains leave tho Villon Dopott Alton (allows: -s (Joliig Nortfci * Bxpress (except Sunday) • • • i 8:25 a. in Migt.tKnK.Wl -^.XyrAIWOLDja? 1 A (Jnostlon of Graminnr. 1VI11 you plpaflo inform me If tho .expression, "I had ralher" Is correct! . . O. J. Tbe expression is not condemned by the gmmmnr, but "I would rnther" is often preferred. ' . . • '•' , _'• , . . •'•• ., of Conrtolpnoe. Will you ijlen'se inform me whether Jotters of conioleitoe.Bhqxildboansweredt D. ,V. . .': It is not a bi-cnch of etiquette to fail to reply to'a lattar of condolence. Usually such letters are very numerous end to reply to all of them •would be a very melancholy work, and only serve to keep the writer's miiid dwelling oni the bercarcment. WHIEPLB& SMILEY, INSURANCE, ''.'..' REflL ESTATE, & , LOftHftGEHTS, for Sale, A convenient and pleasant home at a reasonable figure, being a two-sloi-y frame house , on Eighth street, near Henry. , , .• Tor 8nl4. "-A choice 1 arm ol 820 acres, with flrst el as? ' mprovementa, situated 2M miles .east ol Brunswick. Ohariton co., Mo. , Eor Bale. Aone-Btoryframedwelllnrliouse In goon condition. In Topping's addition to Allon. For Sale Cheap The wridenoe ol 0»pt. W. f- oble: two stories and. mansard roofi 12 room 1 liallB, caosets, cellars, etc. : 8 aorea of gvoun Most <loalrablo property in tho city. »«r Sale. IfaO acres of land, near city limits, Stu.o ., two aiory brtok and frame dwo! u,. nouso, * both situated on the eaa' o .Hate street between 6th and 7th greets- so the brick block Of stones on Seoon street, between Benin and Bldgo Btreet aown as Hunter's "But oh! what damned minutos tells he o'er" who suffers, but waits; who writhes, vet moans, before he ; inukes up his mind to send out lor juat twenty- five cents worth of Salvation Oil, the pain cure. They say the average politician is getting hoarse talking about tariff and no tariff: but he cures his cold every night with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and begins afresh next morning with the larb. Excitement in Tcxns. .Great excitement has boon caused in the vicinity of Paris, Tex. by, the re4 markable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley. who was so helplnss he could not 'turn iin bed, or raise ' his .head; everybody said he; was dying of , Consumption. , A .triai bu.ttle of Dr. King's New Disobv* ery was sent ; him. 'Finding relief, ' he bought a large bottle and a boxj'Of Dr. King'S^New Life-Pills; by the ; time ,he had taken two boxes of Pills and .two bottles of the Discovery,' lie was well arid had gained ib. flesh thirty-six pounds. • : Trial Bottles of this Great Discovery for. Consumption free at E." Marsh's. Large Bottles $1. Ap Id wlm ; The Verdict Unanimous. AV.D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testifies. 1 "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of 'Rheumatism of .10 years' standing." Abraham Have druggist, Belleville' Ohio, affirms:" "The best selling medicine I have ever handled in . my 20 years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousandsof others have added their testimony, so that the verduit is unanimous that Electric Bitters tlo cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at E. Marsh's, Drug Store. apVUwlm FOLLOWING Flrst-Class Ins. Co.!s; Im. Co. of NortJi America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of PhlladelyWa} Gorman American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Bng.-. Continental; Girard; Glens Falls, Ameroan tentral; Firemen's Fund, Western Assurance Co. A. JT. HOWELL, • * -DEALER7 IN- FURNITORE1 A Full and Complete !l Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND. fOK ALL OBDE9 ASD OTHSRS: A OABH IN THE AGGREGATE OF • WK AIiSO EKPEJESKjra THE Mutual Benefit Lite, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co.,Uartford. Office: Over Alton ( Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State sta. UPHOLSTERING Nontly and promptly oxocutoa. Belle st., bot. Third and Fourth. THE verb says: "You can not get more out of a bottle than you pnUn it." That's an error. Besides wbat he put in he can get a headaohe, a sick stomach and perhaps ten days In tjhe lockup. The popular blood purifier, Hood's BarsaparUia, is having a tremendous sale this season. Nearly everybody takes it. Try it jourself. 6 AimaUframe'' -Jng house within n ne olooksofthed >t for $375. 160 acres f good f anninK land, and another traotoJSOOaorea.both unlmprovud. Situate taiUou co., Kansas, at $10 and?16 per acre respectively—one-tUlrdoash.bal&uoo on time. " Vor Sale. A lann ot 146 aorea on bottom land, all in oulMvattomnearMadUoii.ln this county. A aopd two^atory framed welling lioude on It. ^ ' '-- Vor Sole. A choice farm o! Wo acres, situate 1 mile south of Shlpumu, Uacoupln uonnty, 111., ut a low flaruro. Parties Intending to buy Heal EatuM In tho oltyol Alton'or vlolnltv will nnd U to their Intorcat to oall atlheoflleeof Uudorshmisou ,, * SonnWH and aaamlne tliulrllstol properties for silo as only part thereof Is advei-. ,'tlMll. "•" ' " ' • ' - - An'••Interesting^ Toy. All Intercstiiiff, and at the same time iin- gtruoHye, toy may bo made, according, to The iScloiitifio American, nt ulmpst; no expense, by any ingenious boy or girl who reads aiU.column. That toy is a Bering telephone, .which, although not ft musical instrument, not even a sound produeor, exhibits on interesting feature In tho conduction of rounds. EMPIRE MILLS, 8KOON1) 8TKBBT (Near Ilaaa), AI/r0^f, ILL Grouod Oat*», -Ground Corn, Hfty,Oat»,C5oru, Corn Meal, Baokwbont Flour, Graham Flour,etc PART O* dtt M.WILKINSON. Patents. PFE1WBNBEBBE11, A S11U>'O TBLEPJIONB. It consists of two short tubes or mouth pieces, wu-li cov«jied '• with a taut parchment diaphragm, boiug connected .with a Btout thread. Jiy stretching tha thread so its to render it taut, u r.onvorsHtiau may be coi-rled on ov«r quito u long illstanco by tulliing in one instrument and listening at tbo other. The vibration of one diaphragm, duo to the impact of sound waves, is transmitted to the otlior'dlapbriigm by tlie thread. l-'Inwoi-H nnil W()o<l«. Httvo yw over hcniil what the fairies sny, I.lllluKlrl, Ilit'ln lioyf Oh, hear and houdl For t'ftch wnllo >•«/« wear on your face to-dny Tliore's a flowor gruws; for each frowii a weed, Bo tn makn tills world llkx a gurd«n bright, tiltla girl, littlo boy, keep frowus away. Oh, tha K;vin« Hfn that can any to-night, We have acuttcruil Bowew o'or Uie earth to-ilay I —HurjMjr'u Young Poojile. .Phlloiophy In Sport, A curious experiment, which produces » fountain of flro, may bo performed by readers old enongh to bo trusted with tho necessary ingredltmU. Add gradually unu ounce of sulphuric add to six punecs of water in au earthen basin; then odd 1 thrciMjuartoi-u of an ounce or granulated lino, with, a few places of phosphorus tbo bizc of a pea, Gas bubbles will be iiiihi(xllnto)y prodiicecl, wliicb take fir* on the liiirfuca of tha effeM r ««K<iiig liquid, and, the wlioju surface of the liquid will directly become llhmiluatodj the flrt) balli and ' - -o v*ll dwt from tho bottom throagl) A-ST.-Louis newspaper publishes a page 'of "boomV news each day from other parts of the country in hope, of getting up a boom there. But«otrieti6w 1 the old town doesn't catch on. — Chicago Journal, The Rice Coil Carriage-Spring gives a buggy that ease of motion -so desirable in that vehicle This spring i» light,,neat, durable and cheap. No spring in the world can mutch it in any particular. dwlyr If yon require a spring medicine, if yon are suffering with languor, debility, pimples, boils, catarrh, chronic sores, scrofula, or loss of appetite, or any disease arising from impure blood, take Ayer's Sarsaptmlla — the safest arid most economical of all blood .purifiers. dwlw THE dynamite, cartridge which .was to kill tbo Czar was shaped like a book. This would indicate that the Emperor's troubles are increasing in volume. Arnica salve. The Best Salve .m tho world for cuta, bruisps, sores,i«c;era, salt rliBum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains; corns and all skin eruptions, and, positively cures piles, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 cents per box. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. III. mohTdwlm THE difference between the lover und the epicure, is, one lives to love and the other loves to live. ', Fine Rosliloico I'or sail). Tlio lato R. DoBow homeatead, now oVnoil toy M. 1J. tJiidoi'AOOd, sltuatud on Jluo of liorse railway, In Upiior Altoa; 11 rooms, bath room, furmicoi rind good out buildlnfra, two acres of pround, will lie sold at a bar- Balii. Possession given on completion of Bttlo. WUITl'LE & SMILEY. Tor Bent. Two-atory house and Rood stable on Com mou itreot. Uood fruit. WIIH'PLE & SMILEY. Fur Sale. Seven lots with good brtok dwelling and outbuildings, in go-xl repair, In Unpor Alton. Residence of O. Is. Oolllus, and known nstlie MeiTlll property. WHIPCLE & SMILEY, .Alton, or D. w. Collet, IJppar Alton. lor Item, A two-story briclt dwolllng knowri as tho A. I'lutt homestead, pair. Lately put In good re- WHIIM'LE & SUILKY, Always Wiving satisfaction. Brandreth's Pills have always givun satisfaction. In fifty years there has been no complaint of them. That is about their life in .the United Slates and millions of persons have used them. Thofo is no doubt that they have estab- Itehed themselves by mant alone. They cure rheumatism, dyspepsia, piles, dian hcea, liver complaint and fevers, and greatly prolong the human life. One or two at night on an empty- stomanh, for a week or two,' will keep you in, good form nj,d tone up the 'system. , $&' For tiulo or .xtent. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs S, J.Dutro. WHU'PLE ASMILKY. for bm» . Tho late residences of J. i. und W. B. Mitchell, on Mill St., two fiil. (i best pieces ol residence property In Alton. The property known as "The Park, caut of above; If lots on Mill and Summit stroots, an U ti number ol oti In Miller *. Mitchell's addition to Alton. Any or all of above at a Ktent bargain. __ WTUI'PUSAHMIIJSY. Jfor Sale. A 7-roombilak dwelling and out buildings on Thud street, between Oliorry and Vine. K Ai 8M KY. . *or Jlt3nt. Good 9-room briok house with about! ucroa of gi'ound.tncludiny Upper Alton. Former residence of Dr. Humbert. WHlPl'LE&SMllJSY. Enjoy Life. What a truly beautiful world we live in ! Nature gives us grandeur of mountains, glens and oceans, and thousands of means of enjoyment. We can des're no better when in -perfect . health ; but Imw often do tho majority of people, leol hko giving Jt up disheartened, discouraged and worn out with disease, when thorn is no occasion for this feeling, as every sufferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof, that Green's Aygnst Flower, will make them froo from disease, as when born. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint are tho direct causes ol seventy-live per cent, of such maladies as Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, CoBtivoness, Nervous Prostration, Dizxinoss of the Head, Palpitation of tho Heart, and other distressing symptoms. Throe doses of August Flower will prove its wonderful effect. bottles, 10 cents. Try it. ^ 1aU dweow ly ni/\ ATI J.U B.U. „ For a check for ISO wo will print a tnn-llno advertisement In One Million luuog of lead- fnn American Newspapers. Thl» i» a* tho raw of only ono llfth ofaoont A line, for l.OflOrlrou • latlonl Tbe advertisement will bo placed before One Million IHKPKUBNT newipaper Ten Ad* , i>crf«it8 Iri lulvonccd Moffefi of tlio dmmso. J'rlroiScta. Cau- Tl>o Oonulno .fir. iJufl'9 In 'A'iiuWajiffnil foa^Ctivl*, o Jfrrt- " ''~siinip~S~M5'm5i .. ,irum*rr*, nnd bi«r».t.,. -ikteivd 'Jru<lu*MAi'ka la wit. Rtriv CatlllrlH-LiilHl, ,'mtfl \tbl 'I.ic-Hlmliu HiirnntUruB ot John W, J<«U* A. I'.itfi/m- it Co., Solo ]'i«|.'n, llnliliiioru, »ld., U B. A, CI»BW iMi «' <«»' -V 'l 1 ! K"»t Tobacco An-I.-'"" itinmmVji, .' Zn • DoHtrttMa KoKldouooa for Salo. A two etory brlok dwelling on Staui street known as A, I'latt hurnostuad, lately put In good repair. A two etory frame JwolVmu on Main street, nearly now. A two story brick dwolllng on Seventh street, all for sulo •>t a sacrifice, owner having decided to '.•••• WIIIPJ'LE for Kent. Lato residence ot M. J. Noonlm on State itroet. knovu as tho A. Plntt place. Uood S room brick house, In first closx repair. WHIl'l'I.K & • for oule. The Irtorrlmun property on State streo In Miller & Mloholl's add., to Alton, in story house, 8 rooms and out-bulldlngs; all In por- fectordor. Can bo hud at ahuvgulu. WIlIPl'LiH <fc BMHEY. Vor Halo. Tho Woodroof property. A 2 story frame house of 8 rooms, on Fifth nnd Alton streets, a 4 room fnmio house on Fifth ntrnut. WHIPl'LE&SMIhEY. For Bent, A two story briok dwelling known as the A. I'lutt homoutoad; Utelv nut In uood roputr. ^HIP1'M?& 8M1LKV purotinsarf :-or Five MIW.IOM KBAUBHS. Ten nes will accommodate about 76 words. ---- „ jpyot «dv, .W for book ot 176" Plulu an*) Oecoratlvo kLL YfOHK PUOMPTLY ATTKMPKU T<» AT U)WK8T 'I'KHMS, OBK1CH ANP BlfOi? ON SECOND ST., ALTON, Opp. City UaH, All kinds oi fine and com •—- pnhand. AUo»n<V/i —ALSO- PNDERTAKEfi, KBSIDENOB COR. STATK * SKVENTH- BTS for Nnie. A uonvcmlunt farm of 120 aoreo, moat all tn eultivntion; uitimtoil on tbo liothalto road, mUfj'Trom Alton, For Snlo. A IX xtory frame ilwellluK, ooruor X'eurl and Fifth utrciits. Sore Eyes The eyes arc always to sympathy with, the body, and afford aa excellent index 1 , of its condition. When tho eyes become; weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, ills nn evidence tliat tho system has become disordered by Scrofula, for •which Aycr's S;iraaparilla is tho best known remedy. Scrofula, -which produced a painful Inflammation in my eyes, caused me much, snltering for a number of years. By tho. advice of a physician I commenced taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After using tills, medicine a short time I was jxuupletely : Cured My eyes are now In a splaudid condi-, tion, and I am as well and strong as ever., —Mrs. AVilliam Gage, Concord, N. H. For a number of years I wa* troubled, with a humor in my eyes, and was uualila to obtain any relief until I commenced) using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Thia-medU cine has effected a complete cure, and £ believe it to be tho bast of blood purifiers.—C. E. Upton, Nashua, ST.-H. Prom childhood, and uutil'wijih'a'few. months, I have been afflicted with Wiiafe and Sore Eyas. I have used foritheset complaints, -with beneficial • legulta^ Ayor's Sarsaparilla, and consider it « great blood pur.ifler, —Mrs. 0. PhiUipa t Glover, Vt. I suffered for a year with Inflammation in my loft eye. Three ulcers, formed; on tho ball,-depriving me of, sight, and.' causing great pain. After trying niany- other remedies, to no purpose, J.wae flunl- ly induced to use Ayer's Sarsaparllla, By Taking three bottles of this medicine J have been entirely cured, My sight has "been restored, and there is no sign of inflammation, sore, or ulcer in my eye. — Keno»l T. .powen, Sugar Tree Rtdge,,Ohlo. My daughter, ten years old; was afflicted with Scrofulous Sore Eyes. During the last two years she never saw light of any kind. Physicians of the highest standing exerted their skill, but with no permanent success. On the recommendation of ft friend I purchased a bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, -which, my daughter commenced taking. Before she hadused the third bottle her sight was restored. Her cure is complete. — W. K. Sutherland, Evangelist, Shelby City; Ky. • Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Propired by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowel!,M»o. Bold by all Drugultti. Prloetl; ilxboltlw,*!. lfSE-r Fur Sulo or Hunt, Tlio 2-Btory f rnuio dwolllns with d rooms, IncludlnK 7 lots: uood barn and line fintta known as the Nichols homestead, eltnatod on 12th Bt,, In a dcuih'uola neighborhood, ilOJtIN BAUER, DKAI.KH JN AND MANUFAOXUltKll'l OF FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, We do not manufacture Lard, Candles, Butlorlne, or any kindred truokj wo do not first squeeze the fat and alt out of our stock, and then convert the refuse Into a worthless soap. We are not pear atopk yards or slaughter houses, buy no diseased or dead animals, or refuse material. BILVKU SOAP is made of ,fvnB *Ai" to>v, by,« clean proqe^Siand o«n bo used freely without danger of bavins tho ekln dlsoaiied or poisoned. ASK YOtttt OBOCEH FOB IT.

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