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. to DKATH ( the^Wtempt to swim the llBapId* i* to mart ' d&ngf$ua than to trifle frith dUeaie ' ,( whlaJS'^Wh doj recurs* a stronger hold ' and hMtenii the end of life, '" Thii i* '• flpeuiilly true of rh«uma»tism, neuralgia, .jcistlta, and norvbu* headache, which , ,i 'jtliough porbaps slight at first arc extreme- t % dtkngerous, »ud atoiwMly jeoure a firmer ; v -.' • .imp until otlMt th^ agony/ i« \Jnetidurablo ^ SBd«idd«n death, brihgii " . H™ Athlojihords Tfhltfc in 'connection /with .Athlophorofl Pills, "ijferyfer fail* when '.prop-•, 'ftendWuj following froni tho»e . L. Kiln«r, * Who fcttv arterial It/ 1.1 ; K Ji A.-"iSin*Vi of J. - . . * draggiata. Matt^n,; 111., says: "My rhou- ..' rnMiamauoctedmoiftl'bvor. Every nerve, mimcle ami joint was full of pain. I could not move hafld or foot, not ovca hoar the weight of a sheet over me. One night, my father came in the IIOUBB and gaid, ' Why don't yon try Athlophoros ? ' 1 had already tried about everything I could think of, without getting any relief whstovcr. That night about ten o'clock I took the flrat dose of Athlophoros. The next day at noon I was out of the house. It did HH work the quickest of anything I ever heard of. I consider it a Tory valuable remedy, arid could I not get another I would not take one thousand ($1,000) for a bottle of it. Since my cure I hare recommended it to many, both for rheumatism and neuralgia, and it has always proven the mine. One extreme case of neuralgia, whers the lady had suffered over a year and th» dis' earn resisted the strongest medicine ami tha treatmentof oneof the best physicians, was completely cured with tw* and a hull bottles of Athlophoroi. Every druggist should keep Athlophoros and Athlophoros Pills, but where they cannot be bought of the druggist the Atlilo- phoros Co., 112 Wall St., New York, will Band aither (carriage paid) on receipt of regular price, which is $1.00 per bottle for AthlophoroB and GOc. for Pills. For liver and kidney dtaciuxM, dy«pcp«la, Indigestion, weaknewi, norvotui debility, diseases nf women, constipation, headache, Impure blood, <ic., AUilopUoroi Tills aro uncquafcU. 6 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT, -BY[ Rudersnausen & Sonntag. For Sale. A oonvoniont and pleasant home at a reasonable figure, being a two-slory frame house on Eighth street, near Henry. , For Sale. A choice farm of 320 acres, with first class mprovements, situated 2M miles east ol Brunswick. Onarlton co,, Mo. For Hale, A one-story frame dwelling houso in good condition. In Topping's addition to Allan. For Sate Oheap Tho residence of Oupt. W. V. oblo; two btovlosancl mansard roofi 12 room , 4 halls. closets, collars, eto.; 8 acres of groun Most desirable property in tho city. Far 8ale. 160 acres of land near city limits, Sta^o ., two story brick and frame dwol nt, aouse, both situated on the ens' c o- .state street between 6th and 7th mcote • so tho brick block of stores on Secon dtroot, between Henry and Kid go street aown as Hunter's row. For Sale. A small frame f ^ilng house within n ne ulocks of the d ot tor $376. 160 acres f good tanning land, and another tract of 800 acres, both unimproved. Situate in Mart co,, Kansas, at $10 and $10 per acre ifispeotivoly—one-third cash,balance on time, For Sole. Alarm of 140 acres on bottom land, all in cultivation, near Madison, in this county. A good two-story frame dwelling house on it. Prloo,$8,000 For Sole. A choice turm of 120' acres, situate 1 mile NOuth of Shlpmun, Mucoupln county, 111., ut u low figure. A farm, consisting of 140 acres of good land situate within 2 irilea of Upper Alton, suitable for dairy purposes. Cheap. SCOTT'S EMULSION OF FUEE COD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatable as Milk. Tho only preparation of COD I.IVEU OIIi thftt can bo takon rvivdllj^uid tolerated for a long time IJT dollcuto stomachs. AND AS A ItEttEDT FOR COXSPMrTION. S(:ltOKI)I.OIJS AKFKCTIONS, A1UHMU, OK\. KIUI, uv.mi.ii v. <:miu»s AM> TIIIUUT AV- l''ECTIOi>S, mill all WAST1NU IHSOHDEIIS OF Cllll.UliKN It la mnnrclloiia In Ha tfsMn. Prescribed anil ouilorucd by tho bust 1'hyBlclauB ill tha countries ol tho world. FOR Sai r RV AL- UBU/5G!8TS. A. J. HOWEIL, -DKALKU3.IN- FURNITURE! i A Full and Complete Stock r CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL OUDKP FOlt UPHOLSTERING * Noutly and promptly executed. Hello St., bet. Third aud Fourth. -ALSO- UNDERTAKER. KESIDKNOK COlt. STATE A SEVENTH. 8TS 20O JIA.GH FUREKA FINE SALT. For Dairy aud Table Use, ln»14 Ib. linen sacks and BO Ib. for solo by J, A; RYSUE. ALTOK PULT TELEG1UPH, (Entered M SeconoSoltuii Mutter nt tha T. O. nt Alton, 111.) MONDAY EVK., APRIL 11. SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. THE RED MAN'S STOLIDITY NOW TERMED STUPIDITY. IS The Apparently Dllllnult rrnhlnin of Driving II Slender Noodle Through a Copper Coin Is Solved by i» Very KIIRJT and Inexpensive Experiment. Wo know that one body is harder than another when it is capable of scratching the fatter. Aplecoof glass scratches marble; a bit of diamond scratches glass; so glasa is harder than marble and tho diamond is harder than glass. The stoel blade of a knife scratches copper; so steel is harder than copper, nncl it in not impossible to pierce a copper coin with a necillo that is much llurdcr than it. DIHV1NO A NEEDLE THROUGH A COINi Tho problem at first sight appears Insoluble, because if wo endeavor to drive a needle "nto a cent just as we would drive a nail into a board, we never fail to break tho needle at each attempt, since steel, though very Lard, is very brittle. But if, through some artifice, wo succeed in holding tho needle straight and rigid over the copper cent, wo can drive it .nto tho copper with a hammer. But our readers nsk, by what artifice may this be done? Tho Scientific American tells how, end the process is so simple tho wonder is there ever was any mystery about it. It is only necessary to introduce tho needle into a cork of tho same length, when, being bold in a true sheath, it will be unable to bend in any direction, and can be given a hard blow in tho direction of its axis without being broken. Under such circumstances, place the needle and its cork over a cent laid upon a bolt nut, or oven upon a table that you do not fear to injure, and then take a somewhat heavy locksmith's hammer and strike the cork a hard blow, as shown in tho figure. If tho blow bo true and a very hard one tho needle will pass through tho cent, and it will bo impossible to remove it. The experiment may bo tried with any other piece of money. Wo should add that success may not attend tljo first blow, and it will bo necessary to make several trials; but according to the authority quoted the fact is real that a copper cent has been and may be traversed by a slender needle. Tho Indian's Courage Questioned* Tho prevalent belief that on Indian bears pain with perfect composure is likely to be overthrown, says Science, by tho observations of Dr. Corbusior, among the Apache Indians. JHe finds that they do not enduro physical pain any bettor than, if as well as the whites, Great pain renders them stupid, and the stolidity with which they are supposed to bear pain is not well maintained by them under small surgical operations, even the extraction of a tooth almost always eliciting a groan or a yell. The paint which is usually on their faces conceals their expression. When this is removed, the changes induced by tho emotions may be readily detected; anger is almost always betrayed by the expression of the eyes, fear by the dirty grayish color the skin assumes, surprise by suddenly drawing a breath, as If gasping, and sometimes by covering the mouth with one hand. Barometric Walla. Borne wells near Geneva, Switzerland, have barometric properties. They have been closed at tho top, except for a small air hole, arid through this tho wind blows in or out, according to the conditions of atmospheric pressure, sometimes with force enough to make a sound like that of a steam whistle. If a hat or any light article bo put over tho hole when tho barometer is falling, it will be blown up at once; but if tho outer pressure is rising, the draught will bring leaves and other light objects toward the well. Tho people of tho village understand tho action of the wells and make it their weather gauge. Tho origin of tho phenomenon is easily explained. It i> dependent upon the differences that may bo produced at any time between tho pressure of the air within the wells and that of tho outer atmosphere.—Popular Sci- onco Monthly. A Novel Ufa 1'roaorver. A novel dovtoo for lifo preserving at sea is ono introduced by a Philadelphia (Pa.) inventor. It consists in automatically Inflating canvas rafts, etc., by means of gas which is curried in a capsule under pressure. The liquified gas, such us ammonia, carbonic, acid or nitrous oxido, 'la curried in the copartment, while in the-other is a powder adapted to burn in a closed vessel. Mechanism adapted to automatically ignito tho powder is held under control by a disk of blotting paper, which, Incoming wet, is ruptured, and tho powder In (hen ignited, and in turn lihornk-s the gits. Tho chief object of the powder is apparently to genurato tho heat, so that tho expanding gas will not freeze tho liquid. Now Metliml of Vimnerlng. A new method of securing voncor to its base consists In spreading gluo or other adhesive inallur between the veneer and the base, pawing tlio two secured parts under a heated roller to melt the gluo and'causo it to enter the pores of I ho wood, then finally jmss- UiK the rouiHTtxU Uuso and tho veneer under chilled rollers to hiinlen and Bet the glue, and prevent thn warping or shi'lnklng of the venwor consequent upon tliu gradual cooling or (trying of the glue. Tlir Wiilnm n Timid Aniiiiitl, Mr, Elliot denies the courage and ferocity commonly attributed to thu huge, hldiioun monster known a» tho walrus or sea horsu. 11 is, on the contrary, abjectly timid, and so covered with n wrinkled, warty, pimply hide as to rtfHilI degraded human "bloats." Its unormoim Ivories are used only in (Ugltl damn, and aro very loosely pluuUxl In their WSWOUB sockets. PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE, The Tendency to Physical Degeneration. Hone Terry Cooka'i Plain i'nets. Decided tendencies to physical degeneration in the American people aro commented upon by a recent medical writer. This degeneracy lie attributes to unnatural conditions, concomitants of our civilization. lie- cent studies of population indicate a rapid growth of the nervous and Intellectual organism at tho expense of the muscular and vital system. The extraordinary mental activity of tho American people has long been a matter of national prido. Experience and observation show, however, that where this IH purchased at tho price of physical degeneration, it should be a matter more of anxious concern than of patriotlo complacency. A quickened cerebral and nervous system makes heavier draughts upon bodily strength, and if these are not met by a corresponding Increase of nutrition they will undermine tho action of the whole system. Among tho causes for a decline in physical vigor, are noted tho increased population of our cities and towns, and tho relative decrease in farming population. Tho close confinement of city occupations and tho lack of proper sanitary regulations, have made city life a serious absorbent of muscular and vital energy. Nervous and mental activity are greatly quickened in these centers, but the accompanying physical decline has been a matter of common ns well as scientific -observation. Added to this cause, are the artificial Influences of education, which toll even moro fatally upon tho female than the male constitution. Each generation of mothers impart a decreasing measure of vitality to their offspring. A Trained Left Hand. Many aro tho advantages missed through tho non-cultivation of the loft hand. Occasionally nn artisan is seen who is equally able to handle tools with either hand. Such a ono has a constant advantage over his fellows, not only in tho avoidance of fatigue, but in doing nice work and overcoming with ease difficulties that present themselves to those skilled only with ono hand. The man who can use a hammer or knifo or perform any other feat with the left band at tho same time that the right is busy will find frequent occasion to exorcise his skill. Another and important reason for training tho left hand to act with as great ease and precision as possible is that if injury occurs to tho right hand tho left can exercise readily all the functions possible to one hand unaided. By training the left hand in youth one would be spared, in such a cose, from spending much valuable time in educating muscles hardened by ago and unaccustomed to obey the will. Warmth and Happiness. Rose Terry Cooko gives vigorous advice as follows: If you want to be happy keep warm. Women aro eaten up with neuralgia, doctors say. No wonder. They sit all tho morning by a hot register, and then tie a five or six inch strip of bonnet over their back hair, a bit of lace fichu over their bangs, put on kid boots, with silk or thread stockings underneath, and dawdle along the pave with bitter winds smiting their temples, their delicate ears, their throats and tho bases of what should be their brain. But no matter, their chaste are well covered with fur cloaks. But cold feet, numb care, reddened temples and exposed neck will have their own story to tell. If the liver and kidneys are sluggish and inactive. Hood's Sarsaparilla will rouse them to prompt and regular action. Take it now. 13 TUB mail service never was BO wretched in this country as it is today. An advertiser in the JHews, at Chicago, wishing to send copies of the advertise* ment to ten different parties ordered them sent by express, saying: "We find it impossible to get papers by mail with any certainty." This is a reform administration with a vengeance. — Sprinqfield News. 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 desire no better when in perfect health; but how often do the majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened, discouraged and wovn out with disease, when there is no occasion for this feeling, as every sufferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof, that Green's August Flower, will make them free from disease, as when born. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint aro the direct causes of seventy-live per cent, of such maladies as Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Costivoness, Nervous Prostration, Dizziness of the Head, Palpitation of the Heart, and other distressing symptoms. Three doses of August Flower will prove its wonderful effect. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Try it. 1a3 dweow ly THE Philadelphia Press gives the reasons why Speaker Carlisle is not likely to leave Kentucky for a home in Kansas, as rumor would have him do. One is that he is not that kind of a man, and the other is that Kansas is not tho Carlisle kind of a State. Tho newest, easiest, lightest, cheap est, strongest, most surprising carriage spring ever made is the Bice Coil Carnage Spring, and don't fail to remember it. Ask your wagon builder to put a set on your phicton, buggy or surrey. dwlw If you have a cold, cough, bronchitis or any form of throat or lung disease, do not neglect it. Ayer's Cherry I'oo toral, if promptly taken, will speedily relieve and cure all ailments of this character. dwlw WM. L. SLUNK UNDERTAKER, AND DBALBB IN Ready-Made Coffins, Metalic Cases, Caskets, And Burial Robes for Ladles, Qontlomon and Children. Office and Shop on State street OyarllartB Livery StffUlo. WUUttona to Job - SOCIAL ETIQUETTE. ainnneri and On»toui» Practiced In Polite Society. Now York in setting the fashion of baviug tobies cbrlatpfled at home rlttber that in church, The ceremony is followed by n Rmall entertainment, At n recent fnshlonahlR christening party ices In various shapes, among them small bitbira, were served with little cakos highly spiced and covered with white Icing. Old fashioned caudla in small cups was also served. A diamond glinped pleco of black cako completely iced mid wrapped iu whlto iw\wr Uud with .white rib- Iran was given to eneh guest to take homo as ivns n dainty box with a beautiful bnliy faco on the cover and filled with tho conventional white almonds. Tho invitations woro for 5 o'clock. At tho conclusion of tho christening ceremony the baby was soul to tho nursery and tho guests were conducted to the dining room where the tablo WHS attractively decorated with flowers. When to Call. It is proper to call lu person or to leave a card after an acquaintance has lost a relative, after an engagement has been announced, after n marriage has takon place, after a return from a long absence, and of course after the reception o£ nn invitation. When, how- over, it is impossible to make tho first four visits in person, a card may be sont. Every town has its own hours for calling nnd receiving and these should bo observed. In calling upon several ladies in one household, not mother nnd daughters, a card should be left for each. A Inily may leave her card without asking for the lady of the house if it s not the latter's reception day. Nickel 1'lntlng Zinc. A scientist writes fci a German publication In regard to nickel plating zinc (which has hitherto resulted so unsatisfactorily) that it can be successfully and easily accomplished by first dipping the zinc in mercury. A fine plating of the nickel can then be secured on She zinc with even a feeble galvanic current, durable and susceptible to tho highest polish. Excitement In Texas. Groat excitement has been caused m .he vicinity of Pans, Tex. by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J, E. Oorley. who was so helpless he could not turn n bed, or raise his head; everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A ,nal bottle of Dr. King's New Discov* ;ry was sent him. Finding relief, he Dought a large bottle and u box of Dr. Sing's New Life Pills; by the time he jad taken two boxes of Pills arid two jottles of the Discovery, he was well and had gained in flesh thirty-six 90UUd8. Trial Bottles of this Groat Discovery tor Consumption free at E. Marsh's. Large Bottles $1. Ap 1 d wlm Tlio Tcrdict Unanimous. ^Y• D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., ,estifiesi "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every Ijottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of Rheumatism of 10 years' standing." Abraham Hare druggist, Belleville 1 Ohio, affirms: '"The best selling medicine I havo over handled m my 20 years'-experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that tho verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of tho Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at E. Marsh's, Drug Store. apldwlm BncKierrs Arnica SnlYe. The Best Salve m the world for cnts, bruises, sores.u.oors, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. F"r sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. ' mchTdwlm Dempsey W. Solomon, living seven miles west of Virden, sold on April 4, to Wm. C. Alderson, his farm of 160 acres for $6,000. Mr. Solomon will soon depart for the west where he will mak his home. The farm will bo ocoupioc by John Alderson, son of W. A. Alder son.—Virden Reporter. A Reined./ for Chills and Fever. ROCHKSTEB, N. T., Dec. 16, 1884. Four years ago I contracted A hard cole that settled on my lungs. I had a seven chill, followed by high fever, raging headache, pain on my left side over th lung, and every time a tit of coughm; came on, which was every few minutes it was terrible to bear the pain, thought it meant an attack of pneu monia, as I went through a two months siege of that disease, and it came on jus the same way. As it was night I though I would wait until morning before send ing for a doctor. Fortunately a half box of Allcook's Porous Piasters was fount in the possession of a friend, wh boarded with us. One of these was pu on my throat; two on my chest, and one on my back over the left shouldo blade. I then bad a hot foot bath After again getting into bed, it soomo but a few minutes when all my symp torus were relieved; the skin becam quickly moist; I coughed only at inter vals, and then with vory little effort and in about an hour I was in a soum sleep from which I dii not awake untl morning. I resumed business in tw days.—II. F. Fletcher. J, SUITER & SON, DEAutiKS IN PINB ASTD COMMON FURNITURE. A Full and Complete Stock Al ways on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. <>UlUPUlimTUIUS BOOMS AUK ON State Street, opp, Third ALTON, JOSEPH LIVERS STABLE ritOMT BTllKET, BKTWKKN AUJYANDKA8TON, A I/TO* ILI.IHO1 uiyltUv MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard toPnrlty, Strength, and lloalttif illness. Dr. Price's Baking Powder contains no AmuienlBiLlmOiAluni or Phosphates. Dr.Prlco a Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc., flavor doUcloasly. fff/CF BAKING POWDfR Cff, SH/cACQ.AHDSr, foiffti WHIPPLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS, THE FOLLOWING Firsi-Class Ins* Co.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Pliiladelyhia; German American; North British and - Mercantile, London; ••-• Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng. 1 , Continental; Girard; Glens Fallsj Amercan Central; Firemen's Fund, Western Assurance Co. AND OTHICKS: A'OAHH OAPITAJ IN TUB AGGREGATE OF „ $20,000,000. WE ABSO liKPEBSBNT ; THE Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, . J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ina. Co..Uartford. Office: Over Alton Mat. Bank,Cor. Third and State sts. ITor Sale, Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth and Twelfth streets. WI11PPLE & SMILEY. For Sale. kiln, In good running order, with quarry and 12 acres of land, moro or loss, known ad the Shelly tract. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. For Bout. A two story brick dwelling known as tho Platt homestead; lately nut In good repair. & SMILEY Fine RoHldonce for Sale. Tho late K. DoBow homestead, now owned by M. u. Underwood, situated on line of horse railway, In Upper Alton; 11 rooms, bath room, furnace, and good out buildings, two acres of ground, will bo sold at a baiv gain. Possession ulvon on completion ol unln WHTPPT,K! *. BMTT.F.V. sale. WUIPPLE & SMILEY. For Bent. Two-story house and good stable on Com moil street. Good fruit. WHIPPLE A SMILEY. If or Sale. Sovon lots with good brick dwelling and outbuildings, In good repair, In Upper Alton Residence of O. E. Collins, and known as the Merrill property. WHIPPLE & SMILEY, Al ton, or u. w. Collet, Uppsr Alton. For Sale or nenc. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs S. J.Dutro. WHIPPLE ftSMn/EY. For bnl. The late residences of J. i. and W. B Mitchell, on Mill St., two of to.ii best pieces o residence property In Alton. Tho property known tis "The Park, east of above; H lot on Mill and Summit streets, an 3 a number o ots la MUtor * Mitchell's addition to Alton Any or all of above at a jjreat bargain. WKIPPLE & SMILEY. For Sale. A 7-room brisk dwelling and out building ou Tlilid street, between Cherry'and Vino. WHIPPLE & SM EY. * or Uont, Good 0-room brick house with about 4 acre of ground,lncludlng orcnard, In Upper Alton Former residence of Dr. Humbert. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. For Bent. Late residence ot M. J. Noonan on State Jtreet. known as tho A. Platt place. Good 9 room brlok houso, in llrst class repair. WUIPPLK & SMILEY. if'or ome. The Morrlman property on Stato atreo In Millar & Mloholrs add., to Alton, IK story liouso, 8 rooms and out-bulldlngs; nil In per foctordor. Oaubohudut a bargain. WUIPPIJii & HM1LEY. ITor Salo or Kent. The 2-story frame dwelling with 9 rooms Including 7 lots; good barn and lino finite known as tho Nichols liomoBtoud, eltuattr on 18th st,, In a doalraulo neighborhood. WUIW1.K & BM1LK V. Fur Hole. A aouvenlont farm of ISO acres, most all In cultivation; situated on the Bothalto road, mllec 'rom Alton, For Hale. A IX story frame dwelling, corner Pour and Fifth streets. WIIIPl'LE & 8MILEV For Halo, Tho Woodroof property. A 2 story fraim houuo of 8 rooms, on Flttli and Alton streets a i room frame house on Fifth street. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. Uuslriiblo HealdouooH for Halo. A two story brlok dwelling on Stuto stroo known as A. Platt homestead, lately pu In good repair. A two story iriuno dwelling on Main Htroot, nearly now. A two Btory briok (Iwelling on Seventh stroot, all for sale ut u saorlfloo, owner having decided to gr 'V» f WIUl'J'LK & SMILEY Trt JLv For u chock lor 120 wo will print n ten-llni udvorlluoiiKint In One Million Issues of loud Ing American Nown|mporu. Till* Is at tho niu of only one llfth of iiotmt a llno.for 1,OUO clrmi jutlonl Tho lulvertlueiiKMit will bo plncod before Ono Million DIKKKIIBNT nowapupot purchasers:— or KIVB MILLION Itiunmis, TOI lines will uuuommodutQ about 79 words. Ad dress with copy of adv. ami chock, or sand 3 ouits lor book of 170 piwoB. OBO. 1*. HOW JCLL A 00,, 10 Sprueo at., H. Y. JnlOdlm Story, of a fottal Card. 1 WAI ftfteotfd with kldai* Trouble— "For twelve year* I 1 .' After trjhig all tbe cines I could lleor of, 1 i.doctor* and patent jnedl. •Bitter*;" ' ' U " ed tW ° b0ttli » of H °P And I am perfectly cureo. I keep It ' "Allthetlmol" - BooTB ' B'mrtmry, Tcnn. BBABFOBD, PA., May 8,1888. It line cured ino of goveral dUoateB, ouch , MASS., Jan. Its, iRgo, I have been very nick over two yonro. 'J'liuy nil ftVo 1110 up (is imst sure. 1 tried tlio rnhut skill- fill physicians, but they did not touch tho wotsa part, Tho lungs and heart would fill tip cvorv night and dlntrcBB mo, and my throutwns very bod 1 told my children I should never die In ueuco mi I Imd tflod Hop Bitters. When 1 hudtakoilt" bottles they helped mo very much indued. When Iliad taken two moro bottles I was well. There was a lot of sick folks hero who unvo neon how they cured me, and they used them nnd were cured and fuel as thankful as I do Hint there Is BO valuable a uicdlcliicumdc, i Yours truly, Hiss JULIA Q. Otwunqo. $3,000 Lost. "A tour to Europe Mint cost mo 83,000, done \kt» •good than one bottle of Hop Bitters; they B!«U •cured my wife of fifteen years' nervous woaknona 'sloujiloaanesB and dyspepsia."—Mr. H. M.,'Au' burn, N. Y. Baby Saved. ursing which lit the sumo time restored her to perfect health and strength.—Tho Parents, Eochoster.N. Y «3- (ItilianlMiy or inactive kidneys CIUIBO gravel ••Drfglit'BdiHeugc, rhcumiitlBin ami a horde of other serioitH and fatal diseases, which can be ii with Hop Bitters," If taken in time. "Luimlngton, Mich., Feb. 2,1885.' I unvo sold Hop Bitters for ten years, and there" is no meul- cine that equals them for bilious attacks, kidney complaints, ami all diseases incident to title malarial climate. , H. T. ALKXANDEK. "Monroe, Mich., Sept. 25th, 1885. Sins :— I havo been taking Hop Bitters for inflammation "of kidneys and bladder. It has done for mo "what four physicians failed to do— cured me. Tho effect of the Bitters seemed like magic to mo. W. L. OEKTS:— Your Hop Bitters have been of great value to mo. J was laid up with typhoid fever for over two months, and could get no relief until 1 tried your Hop Bitters. To those suffering from debility,, or miy one in fccblo health, I cordially recommend them, J. C. STOBTZBL. 088 Fulton street., Chicago, 111. Can You Answer This ? Is there a person living who over taw a case of neue, biliousness, nervousness or neuralgia, or any disease of the stomach, liver or kidneys that lion Bitters will not cure? "My Mother says Hop Bitters is tho only thing that will keep her from nevcro attacks of paralysis and headache.— E<1. Oeuiego 'Sun. "My little sickly, puny baby^ n great bouncing boy, and I T\ sick bed by using Hop Bitters a '.was changed into i^ut, uuu.iviug wuj.uuu x was ml8>d from a ; bed by using Hop Bitters a short time." A YODKO MoTnzn. BAILWAY TIMK TAJSLK. CHICAGO AND ALTON. ' On and after Sunday. Nov. 14th, 1888, trains on the Ohlo^gonua Alton railroad, will leav* the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, of follows: For Chicago and the Koati Chicago Moll* 9:00 a.m Chicago Accommodation* 6:00 p. in Lightning Express* 0:10 p.m Peorla and Koek Island FastLlnet,9:00 a. in For Jacksonville, Kookuk, Qulncy, Kan' |ias City,nnd all points west. Kansas City Mall* ...,.-,,. 9:00 a.m. Kansas'City Express* 9:10 p.m Denver Expresst.... 1:06p.m. Jacksonville Accommodationt.. • V :06 p. m, For Ut. Louis > ' Lightning Express* 6:4S a. m Chicago Accommodation* 9:80 a. in Alton Specialt 12:06p.m Kansas City Mall* 5:40 p. in Chicago Mallt C:30p, m TRAINS LEAVE ST. LOUIS UNION DEPOT FOB ALTON. • t7 60 tt. m. Hi 00 p. m. ** BO p. m. *7 86 p. ua. (8 45 a. m. Sundays only). *Dally [Except Sunday. S. D. 11EBVE, Sup't. St. Louis Division O. Q. NORRIB, Tlokflt Affeut. CHICAGO, BUULLNGTOIi AND QU1NOY. Trains leavo tho Union Depot, Alton follows: Going Northt Express (except Sunday)... .. 8:88 a. m Night Express , 7:05 p. in W. W. ARNOLD. Agent. The First Sign Of failing health, whether In the form o( Night Sweats and Nervousness, or In a sense of General Weariness and Loss of Appetite, should suggest ^.tho use ol Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This preparation Is most effective lor giving tone and Btreugth to tho enfeebled system, promoting tho digestion and assimilation of food, restoring the nervous forces t» their normal conditlqn,,nnd for purifying, enriching, and vitalizing the blood. Failing Health. Ten years ago my health began to fall, I won troubled witn a distressing Cougli, Night Sweats, Weaknnss, and Nervousness. I tried various remedies proscribed by different physicians, but became so weak that I could not go up stairs wjthout slopping to rest. My friends recommended mo to try Aycr's Sarnaparilla, which I did, and Tarn now as healthy nnd strong ns over.— 51 is•K. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn. I havo used Ayer's Samaparllla, In ray family, for Scrofula, ami know, if it is taken faithfully, that It will thoroughly eradicate this terrible dlsoaso. ] havo also proscribed it as a tonic, as woll as an alterative, nnd must suy that I honestly believe it to bo tho hast blood mudicinu nvorcompoundod.—W. I 1 ", Fowler, M. J)., 1). I). S., Greenville, Tumi. t Dyspepsia Cured. ' It would bo Impossible for me to de- scrlbii wliat I sulfered from Indignation and lleailacho up to tlio timo I bosun taking Ayor's Suranpnrllln, I WOE under tho cure of various nhyHiuians, and tried a great many kinds of medicines, but never obtained moro than temporary r«-- llof. After taking Aycr's Sarnaparillu for « short time, my headache disappeared, and my stomach performed Its duties more perfectly. To-day my health is cmiiiilololy restored. —Mary Ilnrloy, Springfield, Mass. I havo Ijoon greatly liunnfltod by tho prompt use of Ay«rs Barnapurllla. It^ tonus nnd invigorates tlio system, tegu- IntoH tlio uctlon of the digestive and imslmilatlvo organs, and vitalizes tho blood. It is. without doubt, tho most reliable blood niirllior vot discovered.— H. J). Johnson, a«3 Atlantic avenuo, llrooklyn, N. V.| Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Pt«jiar«d Uy Dr. J.C. Ayer fe Co,, Lowell, M««». 1'rlcu Hi | ilx bottlDK, Mi

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