* k i f f f **" o-iit * *j I ?$*>* &/!??*«« J-WPS B0Bm*Q TO,DEATH in the attempt "to iffim -the Niagara Whirlpool Rapids li no more reoklws or dangerous than to trifle with disease which each dor secures a stronger hold and hastens the end of life. This is specially true of rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, and uervoui headache, which though perhaps (light at first are extreme* ly dangerous, wnd steadily leeurs a firtner grip until at ilwt.tha-agonyii unendurable and sudden death brings relief. These disease* can he cured by the use of Athlophoros which, in connection with Atlilophoroe Pills, never foils when properly nsed. 'Bead the following from those who hare toiled it/ • ••.. ,« ; J. A. Kilner, of J. A. and \V. L. Kilner, druggists, Mattoon, 111., says; ''My rlieu- matisin affected me all over. Every nerve, muscle and joint was full of pain. I could not move hand or foot, not even hear tlio weight of a sheet over me. One night my father cnmo'in the houso and said, ' Why don't you try Athlophoros ?' 1 had already . tried about everything I could think of, without Ratting any relief whatever. That night about ton o'clock I took the first dose of Athlophoros. The next <hir ut noon I was out of the houso. It did its work the quickest of anything I ever heard 6f. I consider it a very valuable remedy, and could I not get another I would not take one thousand ($1,000) for a bottle of it. Since my euro I have recommended it to many, both for rheumatism and neuralgia, and it has always proven the same. One extreme case of neuralgia, where the lady had suffered over a year and the disease resisted the strongest medicine nml the trcatmentof one of the best physician!!, was completely cured with two and a hull bottles of Athlophoros. Every druggist should keep Athlophoros and Athlophoros Pills, but where they cannot bo-bought of the druggist the Athlo- phoroB CO.,412 Wall fit., New York, will send either (carriage paid) on receipt of regular price, which is $1.00 per bottle for Athlophoros and 50c. for Pills. Aura DAILY TELEGRAM *—••*—'"' j| "' ',t w; (Entered ta B*oo*d»altM« Matter ut the V. O. at Alton, 111.) THURSDAY EVE., AP1RL. 14. SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. AN AUTOMATIC TOLL COLLECTOR AT TELEPHONES. A French Srlimtlut Tells Jlmv to Dm- srcnil Into Wells Without Accident front Hu ll'ix-ntluM—Tliii New Kxplimive, Itobiirltn, fur Uito III Jlli»tlng, Considerable interest is manifested In "roburito," a now explosive manufactured In Ocrmniiy nnil about to bo introduced into this country for use in blasting operations. The composition and process o£ manufacture of this explosive are kept secret, but the general.understanding is tbat it consists of two lion explosive and harmless nulratnnccs, of such a nature that they may bo stored or transported without special precautions or restrictions. Those two substances may bo mixed together when required, and in combination become roburito, u yellowish substance. For liver and kidney disease*, dynpepuli, In- lon, weakness, nervous debility, dlscusej *JU[OStIOU, TTUctnl.vno, llulvuun uuuullj, ulnv—... of women, oonstlpnUou, headache, Impure blood, tie., Athlophoroi Pills nro unequaicd. doit; OffK Have boon enjoyed by oltlzenfl of every town and cll/y In tlio U. B. MnrvolouB euros Imvo boon witnessed by tliounnmltt of poopto, wno cnn testify to _ TUB WONDEllPtll. HEALING I'OWEIl Uf Hamlin's Wizard Oil. Neuralgia, Toothache, Headache, Earache, Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Contracted Cords, RHEUMATISM, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Fever Soros, Wounds, Old Sores, Chilblains, Frost Biles, Sore Nipples, Caked Breasts, and All Aches and Pains, are quickly rollnvcd by Uil» nmulcnl remedy. Try It imco anil you will novor lie wltluml It. I'or nalo by ariiKKlstn. Price. BOo. Our sosn IKIOK fror> to nil. Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY. CHICAGO 'REAL. ESTATE FOB SALE OR RENT, -BY- Rudersnausen & Sonntag. .-• -. for Sale. A convenient and pleasant home at a reasonable figure, bolnj? a two-siory frame house on Eighth street, nour Honry. 1 . For Sale. A choice farm of 820 acres, with first class mprovemonts, situated 2X miles east of llrunawiek. Oharlton co., Mo. For Hale. A one-story framo dwelling house in good condition. In Topping's addition to Alton, For Sale Cheap The residence of Oapt. W. P. oble; two »torles and mansard roof| 12 room i halls, closets, collars, eto.: 8 acres of gronn Most <loslrablo property in the city. Fer Hale. 160 acres of land near city llmltSi Sm^o ., two story brick. and frame dwo: n. nouse. both situated on the east • o .itato street between flth and 7th moots 1 so the brick block of stor6s on Socon ntreet, between UBDJI and JUd^o street oown as Hunter's row. For Hale. A «naU franio' 1 ^inpr houso within n no ulocksofthed it for JOTS. 160 acres f K ooa farming land, and Another tract of iOO acres, both unimproved. .Situate In Mori co., Kansas, at |10 and J10 per acre laspoetively—one-third oash.bolanco on time for Sale. Alarm of 140 acres on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Madison, In this county. A jood two-story frame dwoUlng houao on It. Por Sole. A choice farm of 120' acres, situate 1 mile south of Bhtpmuu, Mucoupln county, 111., ul alowligure. i> > A farm, oonsistiiig of 141) acres of good land Bltuato within 2 ujTlos of Upper Alton, sulta bio for dairy purposes. Ohonp. EXl'EUIMKNT WITH IIODUHITK—KIO. 1. Industries, in an illustrated and descriptive article on tho subject of this new explosive, makes the following statements: Intense heat is necessary to explode robnrite. In order to prove this the explosive, in recently conducted experiments at Manchester, England, was placed between two plate, which were freely rubbed together and hammered, and a small quantity thrown upon a fire was consumed without exploding. phato of copper. When perfectly dry the wood id painted over Trlth ft liquid consUtlng of eqtial weights of aniline hydro-chloride sod: spirits of i wine. The bluegvltrlol nets on the anlllno and forms ntgrosln, a black which cannot bo affected by acids or alkalies.' A lustre can be added by coating with simple copal varnish, ._'_ ••<''.>. PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. MyHtevlom Allnicnt«-.Ilrlnlil.> HUeime. A 1'orelRii Invention^ "A mysteriousdispensation of Providence, truly," remarked a lady, returning from tho I funeral of a third victim to diphtheria, In one and the sanio houso. "Humph," replied her companion, "Providence Indeed 1 Mr. Blank's cellar is fuirof Totting potatoes!" ; • When epidemics of dlphthoria and the like break out in cities, tlioy are usually attributed to faulty sewerage, bad conditions of tenements, etc,. W him occurring in the country— the supposed abode of pure air ami pure water—their origin is to a great many minds "mysterious." "Mr. Blank's potatoes", lion-over, would account for a good many cases. In addition to this cause might bo mentioned tho contamination of the water supply by a bad relation of the well to tho cess pool and other excavations; or oven its contamination from surface drainage. Toward the end of tho winter ,wo are accustomed to hear of tbo ravages of diphtheria In isolated households, In country neighborhoods and hi villages. It is then that tho filth that has been frozen up all winter is put into solution and carried by heavy rains into tho well or the neighboring stream from which watcj 1 for household uso is drawn—the pure, limpid brook of tho poets. From such u well or brook people (111 their systems with tho germs of disease. Ignorance or disregard of • sanitary precautions is too often the "mysterious something" that brings sudden sickness and death to households with tho coming of spring, gentle spring, Urlght'x Disease. In an article referring to Bright's disease,' Semmola, of Naples, emphasizes the remarkable sensibility of tho skin of sufferers from this trouble to variations of temperature. Such patients are exceedingly sensitive to cold, and lie would not allow them to come in contact with it in any preventable way. Violent massage and muscular exercise he disapproves of, as well as of cold, baths. Each produces too great shock and depression. The hygienic trcatmont advised is to live in a dry and equable climate, to entirely avoid exposure or going out in severely cold weather, and, rather thaii venture out for exercise into a temperature below 18 or 20 dogs., C., to practice mild indoor gymnastics. A. J. HOWELL, -DEALER J. IN- FURNITURE! §1A Full and Complete Stock r CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL 01IDKP JfOR UPHOLSTERING Neatly and promptly executed. Belle St., bet. ThU-dand Fourth. —AIJJO— UNDERTAKER. IIKBIDKNOH 0011. STATE A HKV1SXTII STB .4200 BAGS FUREKA FINE EXPEIIIME.VT WITH nOBUUITE—HO. 2* In ordnr to obtain an idea of the explosive effectiveness of roburite, eight ounces of tho explosive were placed on a plato of the very best steel, at the point marked A in Fig. 1, which shows the state of the plato after tho explosion. This plate was 3 feet square by J4 inch thick, and a bulge of about 1 foot diameter and 8% inches deep was caused by tho explosion. Twelve ounces of the explosive were then placed at A (Pig. 2) on a cast iron plato, 0 inches thick, and weighing nearly three tons. After tho explosion tho plate was foupd to bo ^broken transversely; in the manner shown in tho engraving. Unlike dynamite, roburito is said to be in no way affected by varying temperatures, and if duly protected against damp, it may be kept for years in any climate, without its efficiency becoming in any way impaired. It is also claimed by the manufacturers that roburite has an explosive force greater than dynamite by at least ffii |»r cent. In exploding roburito does not produce noxious gasos, and, therefore, may be used without intermission, while tho poisonous gases given oft by dynamite often necessitate the stoppage of work, in some coses for a considerable time. Tliis new explosive is applicable for use in mines and quarries, and for torpedoes and blasting operations generally. Dnnoomllng Into Wolls. M. Grohnut read a paper recently before the Paris Biological society on "The prevention of accidents from suffocation while de- sooudlng into wells." After referring to the cause of the suffocation, namely, carbonic acid gas and the woll known expedient of first lowering an animal Into tho well, he gave tho following directions for ventilation: A stovepipe ten or twelve foot longer than the woll is deep is to be secured by wires in tho axis of tho woll; a grato on which a fire con bo built is then to bo placed around this pipo at tho level of the ground, and a second pipe, larger than tlio llrst, is then to be placed upon tho grate, with tho first pipe inside, and on the gruto and between the two pipes a llro is to bo built. Tho inner pipe lioing heated, a current is created, resulting in the ascent of the impure air of the well and its replacement by fresh air from without. Collecting Toll ut TolephonoH. An automatic coll taking dovico has boon invented to bo attached to telephones at public or pay stations. Tho mechanism in the telephone box Is so arranged that tho telephone will not operate until a coin of certain size and weight dropped into a slit in front acts upon a switch lover, thereby making electrical connection between the transmitter and the lino wire. The act of hanging the receiving telephone, after use, in the place provided for it, drops tho coin into a till and releases tho switch lover, thereby breaking tho electrical connection and "setting tho trap" for the next user. Now Method of Plntlnl/.liif; ntotiils. In this now method tho metallic object Is covered with a mixture of borato of load, oxide of copper and spirit of turpentine, and submitted to a temperature of from Sf>0 to iliiO degrees. This deposit, upon molting, spreads In a uniform layer ovor tho object. Then u second coat is laid on, consisting of liorato of lead, oxide of copjier and oil of lavender. Next, by means of a brush, tho object is covered with a solution of chloride of platinum, which is dually eirasorted at a tomiwraturo of not moro than MOO degrees. The platinum adheres firmly to tho surface nid exhibits a brilliant as|>oct. If tho deposit JO made upon thu first coat thu platinum will mvoadoad appearance. Platinizing in this way costs, says la (joiilo Civil, about one- ,onth tho price of nickel plating. CcMvlmjV Cure for "r.«oo" Poisoning. Dr. Wllcox, of Washington, D. C., says In The Medical Jleconl time the cowboys of Idaho treat animals affected with "loco" poisoning by amputating thu tails of tho iireetdl anlmulH. The paralysis Is duo to congestion of tho spinal chord, the posterior parts of tho body boing llrst all'ectcd. Tho plants which aro charged with producing this xilsonlng are oxytropls Inmbertil, astragalus' nolllrlmus, ami possibly others of the logumi- losae. The emvboys rail theso plants "larkspur," although, according to wilenoc, true arkspur is not found in tholr lino of march, nor at tho season when loco poisoning occurs, Alleged Cure for Pulmonary Trouble. All apparatus to enablo a person to breathe tho outside air while sitting indoors in a worm room is credited to foreign invention. It consists of a simple tube communicating through the window with tho external air. At one end of it an attachment to lit over the mouth and nose is placed. The inventor, claims that tubercle bacilli are destroyed by ; a low temperature, and therefore pulmonary phthisis may be cured by breathing freely air through this apparatus. Komcdles People Advise. Clam broth for a weak stomach. Fumes of sulphur to break up a cold. Hot cloths wrung out of a decoction of lobelia for neuralgia. Cloths wet with a weak, lukewarm solution of sal soda for rheumatism. Tho juice of a lemon, taken three times a day In a cup of clear, strong 6oiree, for chills and fever. Diluted lime water for a bad breath. Ammonia, applied with a bit of clean cotton wool, for an ochiug tooth. A bit of grated wild turnip, tho size of a bean, and saturated with spirits of turpentine, for a felon., The peculiar purifying and building up powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla make it the very best medicine to take at this season. 4 BOBIJY was at church for the first time, and ator ho had dropped a nickel into the contribution box he turned to his mother and whispered audibly, "Ma.that man didn't ring up my fare." Tho newest, easiest, lightest, cheap* est, strongest, most surprising carnage spring over made is the Bice Coil Carnage Spring, and don't fail to remember it< Ask your wagon builder to put a set on your plucton, buggy or surrey. dvvlw If you have a cold, cough, bronchitis or any form of throat or lung disease, do not neglect it. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, if promptly taken, will speedily relieve and cure all ailments of this character. dwlw IT does not change the weather to complain about it, but there is a little litisfaction in a good vigorous kick once in a while. linllutlnif Huouy. • bo Imitated on wood by tint , « 1 ww cent, solution of puj. 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 bettor when m perfect health; but how often do tho majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened, discouraged and worn out with disease, when thoro is no occasion for tbis'fuel- ine, 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, Costivenesa, Nervous Prostration, Dizziness of tho 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. jai) dwoow ly TIIKIIK is something very lady like about a hand of four qaoena.—Puck. TOAST for tho base ball season—"My friend and pitcher. "—New York Journal. From Key. John ffluthows, Pastor M. E. Olmroh, Soum, nf Montfe'omory, "Darby's Prophylatio Fluid Is tlio only medicine kept in my family, Wo can uso for almost everything, burns, bruises, outs, stings, our • none, tooth none, sour stomach, etc., eto. My children, whou hurt or bruised, always call at once for Darbys Fluid. Wo cannot got along woll without it. It is so valuable for its prompt relief of pain from all kinds of Injuries, ana also is a powerful Anilsoptlo and Disinfectant." i tu th a w I * V. .ft . tn Englimd there li'trstricllj-'6bsorV£d'' etiquette which defines the depth, of .mourh- : Ing to be worn in any relationship nnd the time of its continuance. In our cbiinlry rin this Is so .much a matter of iiersonal option UK to become quite pi-rploxdifc ' Trustwortlijv authority informs ijiifwtloners 'in regard to widows' mourning, that for, the, llrst twelve. months the diyss and mantle'must, be of Henrietta cloth or bombi|7.inp. The widow's cap' .must be worn for a year and n day and 'f6i>. that lltiin only. Tho bonnet xhould be entirely of crepe with a widow's cap tacked inside, and is worn with a crept) veil wltlladefcp hem. Crepe cloth is a good material for a walking or rough dress. After twelve months have pnssixl. and the wldow'scapis laid aside, silk, heavily trimmed with crepe, may bo worn for six months, when the crepe may be sensibly lightened, ami jet f Hugo or - pas- samentories used. -After another throe months crepe may bo discarded, and at the end of two years half mourning may bo worn for four or llvo months, the change to gray aud lilac being made gradually'. For the first year the widow should accept, no invitations, and it is In the worst possible tasto for her to IHS seenJn places of public resort. After tho flrst year she may gradually resume her place la society. Thus it will be seen that, the longest period of mourning for a widow is three years. How to Sluiko Hands. There is a right and a wrong way to shaks hands. It is horrible when one's unoffending digits aro seized as if in a vise and wrung and squeezed until one feels as if thoy were reduced to a jelly. It is not less horrible to (hid them lying in a nerveless, limp clasp that makes no response to your hearty greeting. Shako hands as' if you meant it—swiftly, strenuously, courteously, neither using undue pressure nor Vailing wholly supine. P.V. C. cards are the only ones it is unl versally considered permissible to send by pose. Excitement ill Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Paris, Text by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley. who was so helpless ho could not turn in bed, or raise his head; everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discov* ery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr; King's New Life Pills j by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of tho Discovery, ho was well and had gained in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial Bottles of this Groat Discovery for Consumption free at E. Marsh's. Large Bottles $1. Ap 1 d wlm The Verdict Unanimous. - W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testifies! "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 Hare druggist, Belleville' Ohio, affirms: f'The best selling medicine I have ever handled m my 20 years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have ad< ded their testimony, so that tho vordict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the' Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at E. Marsh's^Drug Store. apl dwim BncKien'g Arnica Salre. The Best Salve m the world for cuts, bruises, sores.u.oers, 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 cemts per box. Fr>r sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. , mchTdwlm J. SUITER & SON, 'DEADBHS ra FINE AJSTD COMMON FURNITURE. A. Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. OUIi FURNITURE ROOMS ARK ON State Street' opp. Third, ALTON, ILn, •pSdwlV WM.L KLTJNK UNDEHitAKEB, AND DBALEH III Ready-Made Coffins, Metalio Cases, Caskets And Burial Robes For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children. Office and Shop on State street w r « t ? al J?, Llve . r ? Btl " )le ' Will attend to Job Workanrt llotmti W Fnrnltnw. tftK JO815JP11 tlAilJttfiTT'S LIVERY STABLE FUONT 8TBEKT, BETWEEN ALBY AND KASTON, MOST PERFECT MADE no Auuuonm,ijiinti) Alum or L noBputiiOH. i^r.j. nuo i Extracta, Vauillu, Lorn on, otc.i lluypr delldoUfily. WHIPPLB&MILIY, INSURANClr REAL ESTATE,;* LOAN AGENTS, ttlOBRBSKNTINa THK FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Pklladelyhia; German American; North British* and : Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.: Continental; Oirard; Glens Falls,:. , Auiercan, Central; Firemen's Fund,' Western Assurance Co. A.ND OTHERS: A IOA8H CAPITA! IN THK AGGREGATE OF $20,006,606^ VVK Aiao HKPHESKNT THE Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co..Hartford. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, / • Cor. Third and State sts. For Sale. Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth and Twelfth streets. WIUPPLK & SJIILKY. for Sole. SSLtmo kiln, in good running order, with quarry and 12 acres of land, more or less. Known m the Shelly tract. • WHIFFLE & SMILEY. For-Bout. A two story briok dwelling known as tho Platt homestead; lately put In good repair. VmiPPLE & SMILEY Story, of <*< Portal Klne Residence for Sale. The late U. DoBow homestead, now ownec! by M. b. Underwood, situated on line o horso railway, in Upuor Alton; 11 rooms bath room, furnace, and good out buildings two acres of ground, will be sold at a bar gain. Possession given on completion o sale. WHIl'PLB & SMILEY. Fur Rent. Two-story houso and good stable on Com mou street. Good fruit. • WHIPPLE & SMTLBY. For Sale or Kent. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owne by Mrs S. J.Dutio. WHIFFLE A8MILBY For tool. Tho late residences of J. i. and W. H Mitchell, on Mill st., two o/tt.ci best pieces o residence property in Alton. The property known as ''The Pork, east of above; 11 lot on Mill and Summit streets, an 1 a number o otg In Miller * Mitchell's addition to Alton Any or all of above at ajrroitt bargain. . WTUPPLE 4 SMILEY. For Sale. A 7-room briok dwelling and out building oa Thlid street, between Cherry and Vine. . WIIIPPLK & 8M EY. n or Kent, Good 9-room briok house with about 4 aero of ground.inoludlng oromird, in Upper Alton Former residence of Dr. Humbert. WHIPPLK & SMILEY. For Rent. Late residence of M, J. Koonan on State Jtroot. known as tho A. Platt place. Good voom briok house, in first class repair. WHIPPLE A SMILEY. Jb'or nine. Mm he M . or f!P an ,R ro P ert v on State streo in Miller & Mloholl's add., to Alton, I* story house, Brooms and out-bulldlngs; alTin per feotordor. Can be had at a bargain. ' WHIPI'LE & BMILBY. Dusirnblo Residences tor Sale. ~~ A two story briok dwelling on Stato stroe known as A. Platt homestead, lately pu in good repair. A two story frame dwelling K?I£? ," B , t ,? oet ' nearly now. A two story briok dwelling on Seventh stroot, all for salt at a sacrifice, owner having decided to «r ng i PPL WlUl'I'LE & SMILED JTor Sale. A oonyenlont fann of 120 acres, most all ID I'orSalo. Peurl WHIPPLE & SMILKV For Sale or Kent. f f lmo ^wollinif with 9 rooms, £,f 1lots1 J, lf , 00 ! 1 Own and line fiults' 'i 8 < tll ° "'"hols homestoad, sltuiitod on 12th st,, In u doslruole neighborhood. WiniU'LE A SMILKV. Al.TOl' ILLIMOl .•nf 1<«1v This tmper U kept oil flle'nt the office «T Ifor Hale, yDVERTISING _ GENTS TIMES BUILDINQ gKgJKJ PHILADELPHIA. ^AVERA SON'S MAfiUAL , S' \ < , .,-.,, Fifth strfloti. WUU'i'LH 4 SMILEV. TO AD afteVnV 00 ^'? 1 ^ 0 *.??" 1 *""* »t"n.iino Bdvortisomoiit in One Million IBSUOB of loau- ,or , will bo JO / ' b M,«^I Hop !•;•'. , Vi! . <,J?jRABPpiU) PA.,Maj8, 1888 It hn» cared me I of BeVela '&&«£ iff*. iicrvouiinMKi iRlcltneta ab,the)»toffih!' wmithll •— «-' , trouble*, etc ( > 1 have not neor slhcc I took Hop Litters, Al ' thorn, Mn • •o.luul.nuAJ^, MjlBSl, Jfllll 16, 168Q : I,Imvo boon very.slck over two venrs. 'I'hoviili isayomo tip as past ottrc. I tr oil the mosiglSi ! fal pliyslclnns, uut thoy.dtd not reach tlio worin part. Tho lungs and heart would Ull nnomS night and dlatreBi me, and my throntwnn very bn,f 1 told my clillilron I should novnr die In ncnco i 1 I, had, tried Hop .Bittern. When I hrid tnkoii I,, liottlos thoy helped Me vory -much indeed wK 1 had tnken two moro bottles I was well iptit,;!; was a lot of nick folks here who Imvo "ten S they cured mo, and thoy used them and woro enrlS ana feelnstlinnkfulasldothat there ia aovalii nbloamedlclnoiimdo. j """ouvam- You™ truly, ' Miss JULIA G. Cosiimo. $3,000, Lost. "A tour to Europe that cost mo $8,000, done lr«. "good tlinnon.e bottle of Hop Hitters! tliev°iiS ''cured my wife of nf toon yonrs' nervous woRkiW. "alcoplcHBnegs and-dyspepsia."—Hr. It'M An ham, N. Y. ' "' Baby Saved, ^ which at tho same time watered her to nerS health and strcngth.-The Paronts, RochosteVS, y' ..,??"P? ll( i! llHly or-lnnctlvo kltlnoys canno grave! "Brlght's illsenso, riHmmatlsm and a horilo of oth» serious anil fntnl dlscnsos, which can bo nrovcuti.ii with Hop Bitters," If taken In limb. l lrovel "<«l _"Lmldlngton, Mich., Fch. 2,1885. ' I ImVo Bolfl Hop Bitters for ton'yeare, anil there" is no Vedl cine that equals thorn for bilious attacks kKv compla nts, and all diseases Incident to this £ iBrial olimato._ H. T. ALEXANDER; "Monroe, Mich., Sept. 2Bth, 1885. Sins:—I Imvo boon taking Hop Bitters for Inlmmnwtlon "of W. neyg and blnddcr. It Kas dono for mo "what foiir physicians failed to do—cnred me; The -~ ' of tho Bitters Boemcd like magic to mo. ' VV.L. . . , . OENTB:—Your Hop Bitters havo boon of urcnt VAlue to mo. I was laid up with typhoid fever for over two months, and could get no relief until I Wed your Hop Bitters. To those Buffering from dcbllliy, or any ono In feeble health, 1 coi-dl™ y recoiumond them. J. 0. dioBwpJ y 088 Pulton street., Chicago, III. OTOETi ""-. Can You Answer This? Blttcrfl willuotourei 1 «.''F y iJF oUl8r ,. Ba y s H °P Blttors IB the only thine that will keep her from Bcvero attacks of paralysis and headache,— E<i. Otwego Sun. "My little sickly, puny baby, was changed Into a groat bouncing boy and f was ralstff from a siclt bed by uelng Hop Bitters a short time." A YOOKQ MOTUBB. RAltWAX TIME TABLE. Ld • CHICAGO AU1> Al/TON. .v. an A? fter 8un day, Nov. 14th, 1886. tralni »•? Obe Chicago aim Alton rallro«d, will leavt the Uulon Depot, Alton, utandord time, at for Chicago and the Eoati Chicago Moll*... ..,.9:oOani Ohloago. Accommodation* 8:00p.in 1 -htnlng Express'........ ; ........ 9-10 n m ioida and Book Island Fastiian«t,9:JM aYra For JaokBonvlUe, Keokuk, QuInoy,' J Kan* ISM Clty.and aU points wegtf . ^'' KansasOlty Moll* 9;00a.m. Kansas City Express' .; 9:10p.ra Denver Bxpiessf..................; 7 : OB p. nu Jaeksouvllle Aooommodatlon}... V:05 p. in. iror at. Jbonls i • • M? htnln ? Express': '.. .6:4B a. m fett C a°ir n ° aaHOn *-" -.--•iS-igfr 2 Sa^u^SB : il: : :-v ::: '5!?oSs rEAINSLEAVB ST. LOOTS UNION DEPO1 FOB ALTON. S. D. ^REEVE 1 «•> a. « ™ 8u P't. St. Louis Division 0. 6. NOBBI8, Ticket Agant. .'-..-•. , BUHLmQTOIt AND QUINOY. ° the; Unlon 0c >V°t, Alton Going Northi Express '(except Sunday) . . . . 8:Ma.m Night Expross ..................... 7:05 p. m W. W. ABNOLD. Agent. The First Sign Of failing health, whether in the.lorm of NlRht Sweats and Nervousness, or la a sonso of General Weariness, arid jLoss of Appetite, should, suggest , u the. use of Ayor's Sarsaparilla, This preparation is most effective for giving tone. and strength to tho enfeebled .system, promoting tho digestion and assimilation of food, restoring the nervous forces t« their normal condition, and for purifying, enriching, and vitalizing the blood. Failing Health. Ton years ago my health began to fail. I was troubled, with ftilistressFngCouBli, Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous- "«ssi. I tried various remedies prescribed by . different physicians, hut became so weak that. I' could'. not go tip ' f. alrii1 withpiit ^toppiqg to rest. My friends rccommnnUod mo Co try Ayer'o Sartiaparllla, \vhiqh I,<ll(|,.Qnd I «ui now a« healthy and strong as over.— Jlrs. B. I.. AVllfiams, Alexandria, Minn. I Imvo nsed Ayor'a Sarsaparilla. in my fainily, for Scrofula, rind know, if it is taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly eradicate this terrible, disease. 1 Imvo a so proscrlbud it as iv toiilo, an well as an alterative, and inqHt nay that I honestly bollnve It to bo tho best blood niudleiuu ovor compounded.— W. P. Fowlor, M, I')., i>. J). S., Groonville, Tcun. Dyspepsia Cured. It would Via ininosHlblo for mo to describe what I 8t|rferec| from Indlgostioii and Heaijanho up to the time I hejjiui taking Ayor's Sarsnparllln. . I was under tho euro of various iihyiilcla'ns, and tried a grout many kinds of medicines, bill never obtained uiaru than temporary relief. After taking Ayor'H Saraaparillu for a short time, hiy homlnclio dittup- jiearod, and my Htoioach-pe'rforiridd its dtitlns more perfectly. To-day my noalth Is completely restored. —Mary Uarloy, Sprlng/lold, ilnH». I Imvo boon grnntly Ixmofltod by fiiO prompt UNO of Ayor'H SiirHiipurllln. It tonoH and Invlgorutnn tho Hystow, rogu- lutes tho notion of tbo dlgoatlve and UNulmlliitlvn organs, nnd vitalizes tha blood. It in, without doubt, the most .reliable blood purifier yqt discovered,— H. D, JohiiNon, 3HJ Atlantic avomio, Brooklyn, N. V.'i . Ayer's toitf|lj¥»M. X ?
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