Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1887 · Page 4
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Alton, Illinois
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1< *i ' ' r -r^tir•/ \t In the ..attempt TO BBATH to iwlm tho i» ttftnotettoklwB ot dangteoti* Vhftn to! ttifle i which «icli' d»T «cciiri» a •trongtt ho and hasten* the end ,of Ufe. This U gpcntttllj' tru» of rtieuinftrtUnv nWira]|rfa, sciatica, ami • n«rvoui h«adaohe, which though perhap* ilijjht at ftwt ate eKtreme- ly dangerous. nod steadily secure a firmer grip until at lut the agony ii unendurable iHuUud Jen death brim;» relief. Then* dl»ea»e* can .']* cured by the use of AthUphOrdB^lifcb/ In connection with AlhlophoroA Pill*, never falla when properly used. Read the following from those who have letted it. J. A, Kllnar, of J. A. andAV. L. Kilner, drogglrtii/Mattoott, 111,, »fty»! ''Afy rhcii- malhnri afrectcd me all bvor. Every nerve, musclo and joint wa« full of pain, I could not movo hand or foot, not even hear tho weight of a sheet over mo. One night my father came in the houao and said, ' Why ilon'tyotitryAthlophorog?' I had already tried abotit everything I could think of, without Kitting any relief whatavor. That night about ten o'clock I took the tint dose of Athlophoron. The next dny ut noon 'I wna out of Die house. It did iw work the qulckestof anything fever heard of. I consider It n very valuable remedy, and could I not get another I would nut ; ;liike ono Ih6u»itnd'($l,000) for a bottle of it. Since my cure I have recommended it to many, both for rheumatism and neuralgia,and It ha»'always proven the same. One extreme case of neuralgia, whera tho lady had Buffered ovor n year and the din* .mine resisted the strongest medicine nrn\ the troatmentof one of the best physicians, wa« completely cured with ; two and a hull bottles or Athlophoros, Every dniggintshould keep Athlophoros and Athlophoros Pills, but wliero they cannot bo bought of the,,drugf{lnt tho Athlo- phoros Co., 112 Wall St.. New York, will send either (carriage paid) on receipt i.f , regular price, .• which is $1.00 per bottle ; for Atlilophoros and 50o. for Pills. For liver and kidney dlnciuici!, ilrspopslA, In- dljiestlon, weakness, nervous debility, dUtonsra AMOR TKUBGRAFB. 8«con<l-<>lM» «•«•» *» th» F. O< a* Alton; 111.) FJ.UDA.Y ..EVK.,, ABKLL. 10. WHAT SHALMVE WEAR? TAILOR JACKETS, YACHTING JACKETS AND COVERT COATS. Lnco Knelling*, Crnim Frill* mill Headed 1'laltliigR for llio Neck—rin«tron» and Cluimldotton to Wour Over I'lrtlii Hod- ICOH unit with Open Cor»»({C. While lltioii collars and cuffs continue to bo worn with street and traveling dresses, nich- Ings and loco frills are in great demand, for house wear and for tho neck and sleeves of gowns for afternoon and evening occasions. or wi blood «L1UU, WVUKM 11 " 1 *, *iuiyuun uu.'i.../, ««"." women,: cotttrtlpatlon. hcadneho, imp id," Ac., Athldplioros I'llls aro uncqualed,- SCOOPS OF PUEE COD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatable as Milk. Th!> only prcpnmtlon of COD UYffll OIL that cm bo taken roadlljfeud tolorotod for a long tlrao HM(tKlil.onb EltU «<lritu it IB nimclloiiH In (i UUOllINaH.FOH THK NKOK. The demand for laco frills ami plaitinga is mot by an Infinite variety, Including numerous materials, Mich a* tulle, crape, nets and Valenciennes nnd other Incus. Tlie cuj) hero given shows Tour different styles of the now beaded ruchiiigsi, at tho present time popular with Now York Indies. In one figure Is rep- resentc'd a frill of narrow Valenciennes lace, plaited In slanting plait* with a pearl, band nt tho top or each plait. In another figure In shown a band of fonthor edged white ribbon, edged at tho top with narrow gilt galloon and beaded with steel beads. Yot another figure shows a ruchlng composed of cloublo folds of white crape beaded with small steel beads at tho upper edge. Tho remaining figure is a box plaited Valenciennes lace frill, wlthjargo pearl buuds set between tho plaits. 1'lnstroiis mid Clicmlsettes. Kqually fashionable with the laco nnd beaded trills described above aro plastrons mid choinlsetUis, which afford to a plain cor- lag-J a very dressy ofteot. Man)- of tho new pa&emeriterte* are to galloon »tylo. Bend trimming^ including fine jet ornaments, ero in fnvor. Hough colored straws are to bo much worn this spring. .Fancy ribbons area favorite trimming in [allllowry. An Ornninentttl Mantel IMvah. Ingenious contrivances for hiding or rendering unsightly objects.ornamental are ovor welcome where home art and homo comfort aro considered. Tho cut here presented represents n practical arrangement, described in Demorest's Magarfne. for concealing an unsightly fireplace, when not in uso, arid at the same Umo furnishing n convenient, and ornamontal seat. Take n box itmdo of plna boards,.of tt proper lengtii to fit undor tho mantelshelf-- low enough so that after tho top is eustitoiied tlao nmntfl) will still bo sufllclently above tho lioad to prevent Interference—-and wido enougli to 1» comfortable. If pillows are to be used nt tho back arrange tho top with hinges, so that the box can bo used as a rn- ccptnclo, if desired. Cover tho sides and ends with chosen material—moreen, woo) satlno, colored Canton flnnnel, cretonne, or any furniture covering—laying it smoothly on tho ends, or gathered full In the middle and ornamented with a bow or pompon, as In tho illustration. It tho box is first slightly padded or covered with some thick material tho outer covering will look better. Mako n cushion for tho top, and stuff it with hair or excelsior, or even hay If more Convenient, and cover it with tho same goods as tho sides. Several thioknesses of old hiRraln carpeting, tied together at Intervals like a comfortable, or 11 thill •mattress, will servo tho purpose. Fasten this permanently to tho box if It is to bo used only for a seatr, but attach it with hooks and rings if it is to bo employed as a trunk, so that It can be removed when it Is .necessary to nilso tho cover. ALL AROUND-THE HOUSE. Kitchen cil oinl endoraod uytho beal in tho countrlci of tho world. FOR Sttl.P BV Ata. ORUQQI8TS. HEAL ESTATE FOB SAU3 OB RENT, -DT- Ruderanausen & Sonntag. Vor Sale. A oonvonlont aod pleasant homo at a reasonable figure, being a two-slory frame house on Eighth street, near Homy. , For Sale. A choice farm of 330 acres, with taut class mproToinoiits, situated 2X miles .oast ol llrunswlok. Oharltqn oo., Mo. Sot Hule. A ono-«ory framo dwolUna honso In good • condition, lit Topping's addition to Alton. KorSMe Ch«np The residence ol Oapt. W. V. DIVAN. The outer drapery can be mailo as fanciful as one may desire, or as simple as necessity may demand. The illustration represents a handsome one crocheted in n,f ghan stitch, and the pillows are covered to match. This can bo suspended by small rings run on a rod at the top, that can be fitted into small brackets such us arc used for shade rollers. Whore the drapery moots the sent sew on the wrong side a row of small rings that can be passed ovor hooks or small nails in the back of tho box, driven at such an angle that tho rings will not slip off easily; or a ribbon or tape oblo: two 'U1UJ VWY »to3oB~umf mansard robfi 19 room., * halls. closets, collars, oto. ; 8 aorog of groan Molt desirable property in tno oltj. . JT«r SBle. IbUooroiof land noar'oltyllmlt«,3t.uo ., twoetory brick and irauie dwot nn nouso. both situated on tlio onat •>.• o- dt.atp street between Oth and 7th moots- so the brick block of stores on Sooon xtreot, between Hem > and Uldgn street oown aa Hunter's WW - »orBal.. AsunaifraniB'' j^lnir liouso within n ne blook»ofth«d -it for $875. 100 aoros f good tormlng land, and another truot o!800 acres, both unimproved. Situate 1 In Mon co., Kansoa, at »10 and «8 per acre oaah.tHUauoo on Uma. Kor Bui*. A I arm of 140 acres on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Madlson.ln this county. A aood two-story tramo dwelling liouiio on It. Prloo M,lK» Tor Bute. .4 olioloo farm of 1'W uor«8, situate 1 mtlo south of Bhlpman, Macoupln county, 111., nt n low llguru. A farm, oouslstltiK of 140 aoros of good Irtud. ailuiuo within 1 usllos ol Uppnr Alton, aulta bio lor dairy purposes. Oheap. A. J. HOWELL, FURNITURE 1 g A Full and Complete Stock CONSTANTLY OK ALL OUUKP UPHOLSTERING Noutly and promptly executed. JBelle St., bet. Third aud Fourth. -ALSO— ONBBREAKER. RESIDENCE OOlt STATE A SEVENTH STS 200 BA.Q8 IIIGGINH* FUREKA FINE SALT. For Pnlry and Tablo Use, Injl* Ib. lliiou sacks and SO lb< »aob», for sale by , J. BILK OnEMISETTB— t.AOE PIiASTHON. Tho laco plastron slio\vu in tho ciit is designed to bo worn over a plain silk corsage or Inside an open dross, and Is composed of black point d'esprit tulle. It in attached to a standing collar two inches duop, which is composed of tulle folds and a band of jot Jaco mounted on a stiff lining. The tulle for tho plastron is twenty inches long and twenty-nine wide, and is edged with flvo inch trimming lace across the bottom. Tho not back or foundation upon which tho tulle Is gathered Is six Inches wide at Its widest part, and narrowed to four inches at the neck and two inches at tho waist. For a space of eight inches above tho laco edging at the bottom the tullo is plaited flat against tho back; the. part above forms a drooping puff, which terminates under a Jet band. A shorter Jet band Is set across at tho waist, and a tuft of long loops of narrow black feather edged ribbon is placed at ono side of tho top where the collar is fastened. Tho silk chemisette, represented In the same cut, is designed to bo worn with an open corsage, and is made of light gray, and white striped surah silk. A piece of the silk, half 'a 'yard wide and a little longer than tho length from throat to waist, is plaited in a broad double box plait. Tho top is attached to a high, well stiffened standlngcollor of tue same silk, which is fastened at tho back. At the lower end tho plait is sloped an inch shorter toward tho sides, and is attached to a pointed girdle three inches deep. Tho designs and descriptions of tho above cute aro taken from Harper's Bazar. Spi'iug Jackets. Jackets aro In demand by young ladles, misses and others with lithe, graceful figures. Tho most stylish jacket is devoid of much trimming, being characterized by a neatness of Dnisti. Tho spring jacket is tight fitting, of medium length nnd vory plain, and is made In medium and light weight cloths, the chocked and hair striped English woolens being vory Btylish. Tho smooth French cloths, tbo broad nnd narrow wool diagonals and tho flno broadcloths that come In weights designed for ladles' wear aro also favored and finished with n narrow binding of silk braid or slnglo stitching. A vory stylish spring Jacket and one that promisat favor is a tight titling slmpo in tbo back and loose fronts. It is fastened with ono button only nt tha nock, or it may have tho mtcle finished with coat lapels nnd closed with ribbon strings at the lower point of the lapol. This looks well made In thin cloth or cashmere in any of tho dark shades, wltb a silk lining of soiuo bright color. Covert coats of dark given or blue cloths, made double breasted and fastened withbono buttons and with a tunics! down collar of velvet of tho samo shade, aro In style. Tho ynrhtlng jacket is a very Jaunty garment which will IMS largely worn by schoolgirls and very young ladles with various linwsi's. It in made of utivy blue cloth, with gilt anchor buttons, and ho* loose doubld breasted fronts ami a lilted back. Fnntilnnv In NocMlUTX. Thoro is a large diMiiaud for silver nock- lacos of slender construction, to bo worn ovor velvet bauds, A I'iivlut of forgot nu> nots iu blue enauiul, or tiny daisies In white cnaiuul, ore very effective when mounted on dark volvutnetjk rlbbonn. Tho fashion continues for both gold and silver bead necklaces, and then thoro nre silver necklace* nuddog collars In quite elaborate piittcrns, and closely fitting about the tlircxit. A mvklacu In favor with very young latllc* consists of n simplo gold chain nt Urn back and Kidcs, whilu tha (rant U composed of gold In^-ol like pendanta w»t with turquoise or «ma could bo passed over the outside and tacked at tho ends. An ingenious woman will contrive something for the purpose that will just meet her necessities. Tbo most Inexpensive material for this drapery is cretonne, aud it can bo divided into panels, as in tho illustration, by bands of plain colored silcsia or satine. Co Stnlrn, D6wn'Stair*, In In thf, tBdjf'i/parlof. Tasteful and pretty vestibule curtains may bo made'by'cutting wtiito'tarletan enough larger ,thaii the glass tq,«dmlt ot an Inch wide hem all wouiid. Cut from largo figured cretourto, of satin finish, flower*,'leaves and butterflies if possible. Make a thin starch :paste-and paste the; figures on ttis ta'rletAh in sprays nnd wreaths. Turn on tho> wrong side and press ttmMl dry with a flattroli. The light shines through them and they have thd effect of being painted." Miss 1'nrlon on Ilrnnil Mailing. Always buy flour six months old, says Mlsa Parloa. Remember that tho licst flour Is always tho cheapest. Mold broad with a light hand, not as if with pugilistic intentions, which opoilH tho grain of the dough and •makes sodden bread. Don't stop kneading till the bread Is finished, for broad that has "rested" is not good. Iitt rolls riso longer than bread, for they bake sooner, being smaller, and do not rise as much iu tho oven. Dinner rolls aro niado in littlo balls, and a doll's rolling pin, two nnd a half inches through, i» pressed almost through the center. That is how tho seam In rolls comes there. How to make yeast Is n lost art In thcso days. A "first class" from an intelligence office informed her mistress that "yeast was buyed, it novur was made." Tho crisp, delicate coltce rolls, or sticks, as bakers call them, aro made thus: One-fourth cup of butter dissolved in a cup of boiled milk, one-fourth of a cako of compressed yeast dissolved In n cup o£ cold water and tho white of an egg beaten to froth, ono tablcspoonful of sugar, one scant teaspoonful of salt, mixed with four cups oC flour. Lot rise over night nnd then make into balls the size of a large English walnut, rolling each out a foot long. Lot them'rise holt an hour anil bake twenty-five minutes in a moderate oven, which loaves them crisp and dry, which they cannot be If baked rapidly. • . Excitement In Texas. Groat excitement has been caused iu the vicinity of Paris, Tex. by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J; E. Corley. who was BO helpless ho bould not 'turn in bed,-or raise his head; 'everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of tho Discovery, he was well and had gained in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial Bottles of this Groat Discovery, for Consumption free at E. Marshes. Large Bottles $1. Ap 1 d wlm The Verdict Unanimous. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testifies! "lean recommend Electric Bitters aa the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has • given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and, was cured of Kheumatism of 10 years' standing." Abraham Hare druggist, Belleville' Ohio, affirms: ".The best selling medicine I have ever handled m my 20-years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that .the vordiQt 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. apldwlm WHtii^J •QWD^ ipan ExniMJi 1 NXTUBAUPHUIT JFUW01 ana * and nrlnuf patent modi- Honor Hop -Venn, BRibroRD, PA., May 8,188B. H has cnted Me of «evef*t dlsfciues, imchan •aSBS «vV^A\«^« .3gww.»m«* .^y&ifewr MOST PERFECT MADE KstraotB, Vanilla, Loinon, etc., aavor dellclousiy. naice BIKINI: powomML "»jet AsnBtmNHAH, MASS., Jan. 15,1880. 1 ImVe been very sick over two jean. They all Kr^Kffi^w^&^J™ tmrt The Hiwga and heart would'fill np every iilah't and dlstresimo, nnd my tliroatwnsvery hai. I told my children-I- should novel die Inpfnco 111 I 1 imd tried 116|i "Bitters. Whort I'had takentwo bntUoB they helvod me very much Indeed. When I had "ken two more hurtles I was well. Thoro was a lot of sick folks hero who have seen how thov cared mo, nnd they tiBcil.thcm nnd wore cured an/ Icol as thankful a» I do >; -.viunm u so vain- nblo ft medicine made. Yours truly, ro Is 80 vultt Q WHIFFLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, . m REAL ESTATE,* LOAN AGENTS, UKBRKSKNT1NQ THK BOIiOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Phlladelyhla; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; iw Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng^ Continental; Girard; GlenB Falls, Amercan Central; Firemen's Fond, Western Assurance Co. $3,OOO Lost. "'A tour to Europe 'that cost ine 83,000, done )PS» •'eood than one bottle of Hop Bikers! they M*» ••cured my wife of fifteen yehrs' norvons wcBltncss, "Blceplosoness nnd dy8pcpsla.'V-Mr. It. M., Auburn, N. Y. Wo no Baby Saved, thnnkfnl to say that onr nursing baby .. ---- j _/, _ j._™ Wal^ll "u »-"" DlllilU V..UU .w t ,v*.. .. -- - 1 • Ty ^r • health andBtreugth.—The Parents, Eochcster.N. Y. with Uop Hitlers," if tukcn In time, "Lnfldlngton; Mich., Feb:si,i88S. l ''l have sold Hop Bitters for ten years, and there" is no medicine that equals them for bilious attacks, kidney complaints, and all diseases Incident to this malarial climate. H. T. $20,000,000. WB AU3O BttPBEHKNT THK Mutual Benefit life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co..Hartford. Offloe:vOver Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State sts. HOT Salts. Flvo building lots on Aluy and Market street,, Alnaps Keep tho Upper Hand on l)u* ease. Changes of temperature are apt to cause dangerous sickness, in the ^ full blooded apoplexy is toibe feared. When you have a pain in the head, feel dizzy, feverish, rheumatic or sick at tbe stomach take at once three to ten of Brandreth's Pills. Such slight affections are only the harbingers of disease or sudden prostration, and the thing to do is to master the trouble at once. Never lot a littla sickness get the better of you. Drive it out ot cloor immediate* ly. Let' there be no compromise, always have with you a box of Brandreth's Pills, and you are prepared' to fl^ht the worst form of sickness in its inoipienoy. lie Didn't Understand. They tell in St. Louis of a very pre> else woman who sailed into a dry goods store and asked to be shown some "dignifiers." "\Vb«a-t?" stammered the clerk, "Dignifiers," said tho lady, severely. The clerk had to give it up. "Well, bustles, then I" snapped. tbe precise person, scornfully.— N. Y. Sun, Tho newest, easiest, lightest, oheap« est, strongest, most surprising carriage spring over made is the Bice Coil Carriage Spring, and don't fail to remember it. Ask your wagon builder to put a set on your phuston, buggy or surrey. dwlw If you have a oold, cough v bronchitis or any form of throat or lung disease, do not neglect it. Ayer's Chorry Pectoral, U promptly taken, will speedily relieve and euro all ailments of this character. dwlw Flood in the Uousatonio. WEST CORNWALL,,Conn., April 14— Tho Housaionio river has overflowed and flooded the low lands, doing con- Hiderablo damage. The water is higher th»n for twenty live years. Eujoy Lite. What a trujy boautiJul world wo live in 1 Nature gives us grandeur of mountains, glens nnd oceans, and thousands of moans of enjoyment. We can desire no bettor when m perfect health; but how often do tho majority of people fool like giving It up disheartened, discouraged and worn out with disease, when there is no occasion for this feeling, as every sufforor can easily obtain aatlsfaotory proof, that Green's August Flower, will make them free (corn disoaao, as when born. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint lire tho direct causes of sovonty-Uvo per cent, of such maladies as Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Costivouoss, Nervous Prostration, Dizziness of the Head, Palpitation of tho Heart, and other distressing symptoms. Throe dosos of August Flower will prove its wonderful effoot. Sample bottles, 10 oenU. Try it. \aS dweow ly BncKien'8 Arnica salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores.u.oers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblaina, corns and all 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. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mch7dwlm How to Wet Beady for a Boom. Patronize home manufactures, home dealers and home newspapers; be virtuous and you will bo happy. For tbe boom conieth when ye know not.— Ex» The popular blood purifier, Hood's Sarsapariila, is having a tremendous sale this season. Nearly everybody takes it. Try it yourself. 5 For Sale. BLime kiln, In good running order, with quarry and 12 acres of land, more or less, known M.du BMUy tre^^ &SM1LEy . For Bent. A two story brick dwelling known as the Platt homestead; M "Monroe, Mich., Sept.' 2Sth, ! 1885. ' Sins:-I liavo been taking Hop Bitters for Inflammation "of kidneys and bladder. It has dono for me 'Vlmt fonr physicians failed to do— cnrcd mo.i- Tho effect of the Bitters seemed like magic td me. \V. L.'OABTEB. GEHTO:—Yonr Hop Bitters have .been of great value to me. -I was fold up with typhoid -lever for over two months, and could get uo'rellef untlld tried your H6p Bitters. To those suffering from debility, or any one In locale health, I cordially recommend them. J. 0. STOBTZKJ.. 033 Fulton street.,.Chicago, 111. Can You Answer This ? Is there ft person living who ever saw ! a case of acue, ulHouenoBB, nervousness or neuralgia, or any disease of tho stomach, liver or kidneys that Hop Bltturs will not cure? "My Mother says Hop Bitters Is the only thing that will keep her from severe attacks of paralysis and headache.—.®*. Oitiitgo Svn. "My little sickly, puny bahy, was changed Into a great bouncing boy, and I was ralBtd from a sick bed by using Bop Bitters a short Unite." .A Yonno MoTjnsn. RAH/WATf TIME TABUS. •~ .—_«. OHIO AGO AHD Al/TON. On and utter Sunday, Nov. 14th, 1886, trains on the Chicago nna Alton railroad, will leave the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, M follows: For Chicago and the Eastt Chicago Hall* ,....9:00 a.m Ohloago Accommodation*....... .6:00 p. uj Lightning Express'..,. ....9:10 p. in Poor)a and Rock Island FastLtn«t,B:00 a. in For Jacksonville, Kdfekuk, Qulnoy, Kan- Isas Clty.and all points west. KansasOlty Mall* ...,-... Kansas Olty ErprcBS*, 9:10p.m Denver Express) ...7:06 p.m. Jacksonville Accommodation f... V :05 p. m. B-orSt. I'Uftlllllll NlltOK. Corduroy promises toromnin Jasliionabia. 1'Uiuls ami hti'iiKa prcdomluuto In many ot tUo n«w J. SUITER & SON, 3&ABUH8 D) FINE ANI> COMMON PU EN I TUBE. A Full and Complete Stock Always on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. OUH FUBNITUBB BOOMS ABB ON State Street, opp. Third, Fine Residence for Sale, The late R. DoBow homestead, now owned by M. 11. Underwood, situated on lino of horeo railway, In Upper Alton; U rooms, bath room, furnace, nnd good out buildings, two acres of ground, will bo sola at a bargain. Possession given on completion of sale. WH1PPLE & BMILEY. For Bent, Two-story house and good stable 011 Common street. Good to & For Bale or item. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned byMrsS.J.Dutro. For sol. The late residences of J. i. and W. H. Mitchell, on Mill St., two ot lt.«i best pieces ol residence property In Aiwa. The property known as "The Park, east of above; It lots on Mill and Summit streets, an "a a number ol otg in Miller ft Mitchell's addition to< Alton. Any or all ol above ^B ALTON, ILL. •psdwlv WM. L. KLHHE UNDERTAKER, For Sale. A 7-room brisk dwelling and out buildings OB Thlid strEet, between Oherry and Vine. WHIPPL.E & 8M EY. for Kent. Good 0-room brick house with about! aoros of ground.lnoludlng oronard, In Upper Alton, fanner residence of Dr. Humbert. WHIFFLE & SMILEY. Lightning Express* 6:15 a. in Omuago Accommodation*. 9 :SO a, m Alton Special) ., .....13:BSp. m KansasOlty Mull* 6:40 p. in Ohtcago&laili... ...6:80p. m TKAINSLEAVB Sly LOUIS UNIOH DEPO1 FOIt ALTON. 1760a.m. 10 00p.m. »t W p. m. *7 B6 p. m. (8 45 a. m. Sundaysonly). •Dally [Except Sunday. S. p. jytEVK, < Sup't. St. Lonls invlalon O. G. NOHHIB, Ticket Agent. For Bent. Late residence of M. J. Koonan oa State street, known as the A. Platt place,. Good 9 room brick liousn, In first class repair. WHIPPLK 4 SMILEY. For sale. The Herriman property on State stroo In Miller & Mlohell's add., to Alton, IX story house, 8 rooms and out-bulldlnes ; all In perfect order. Don bo had at a bargain. __ WHU'PLE A aMJLBY._ Desirable Residences far Sale, A two story brlok dwelling on Stau> street known as A. Platt hunicstead, lately put In good repair. A two story tramo dwelling on Main street, nearly now. A two atory brick dwelling on Seventh street, all lor sole nt a saorinoo, owner having decided to uc P^ Vftt VVUIPPLE&SUILEY^ IfllflfQTIOCDC RUI CD IIO tn»i lhi( i.ap.i. or obtain eiliTUMI Ml «dv«illiliiK ipua whwi In Chictgo, will (nri It or v|» it Ready-Made Coffins, Metalio Cases, Gaskets And Burial Robes for Ladles, Gentlemen and Ohtldren. Office and Shop on State street Overttart a Livery Stable. Will attend to Job Workcvnc" lUxnnliUiir Knrnlturo. (HA JO8KPU JAttKBTT'8 LIVERY STABLE) STREET, BETWEEN ALBY AND KA8TON, AliTOI* UXIMQ1 nurioiv For Sale. A aonvenlent farm of 120 acres, moat all In cultivation; situated en tbe Bothalto road, tnllee rrom Alton, For Sale. A IK story frame dwelling, corner Pearl and Fifth streets. WHIFFLE * SM1LEV For Sale or Kent. The 2-story Irume dwelling with 0 rooms, Including 1 lots: good born and flue flutes known as the Nichols homestead, situated on 11th. st,, In a doulraole neighborhood. W1IU'PLE'& 8M1LKY. For Sale. Seven lots with good brick dwelling and outbuildings, Iu good ropulr, In Unpor Alton. Itosldoueeot 0. E. Collins, and known as the Merrill property. WHIl'PLB A SMILEY, Alton, or I), w. Collet, Uppsr Alton. „ For dole. The Woodroof property. A S story framu house of 8 rooms, on Fl(th and Alton streets, a i room frame house on Filth straet. WHIFFLE * SMILEY. Dow when the budilxvla to »how, Tls tlmo (or youtuc and .old to know Taut, fcven, iMrtludeand Tbe I1U at tnaifttttoHt With u'rerr troubla.ache CHICAGO, BUIUoNQTON AWD QUINOY. Trains leave .tho Union Depot, Alton follows: Going North! Express (except Sunday) ... . 8:26 a. m Night Express 7:05 p. m W. W. ARNOLD; Agent. The First Sign Of failing health, whether in the form of Night Sweats and Nervousness, or In a sonse of General 'Weariness and Loss ol Appetite, should suggest'.the use of Ayer's Sarsapariila. This" preparation is most effective; lor giving tone an3 strength to the enfeebled system, promoting tho digestion and assimilation of food,. restoring the nervous forces to their normal condition, nnd for purifying, enriching, and vitalizing the blood, Failing Health. Ten years ago my health began to fail. I was troubled with a distressing Cougli, Night Sweats, Woaknessi'and Nervousness. I tried various remedies prescribed ,by diffcfeiit phjTilcians, but became so weak that I pould not go up stairs without stopping to'rest. My friends recommended '• mo- to'try i Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Which I did, and f am now as healthy and 'strong 'as''ever. —lira. E. L. Williams, Alaxnudria, Minn. I iiavo used Ayor's Sarsaparilla, in my family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is takou faithfully, that, it will thoroughly eradicate this terriblo (llsetiao. •! havo also prescribed it as a tonic, ay well as an alterative, and must Hay that J honestly believe It to bo tho best blood medicine ovor compounded.—AV. p, Kowlor, M. D., I>. D. S., Greenville, Tenn, Dyspepsia Cured. It would ho impossible for me to describe what I suilercd from Indigestion and Headache uif to tho time I began taking Ayor'aSftvauparilla. J was under tho care of various jili.v.siclans, atul trlod a great many kinds of medicines, but never obtained more than temporary relief. After taking Ayer's Sarnaparilla lor a short time, my hekdadhei Ulsap- 8 eared, and my stomach (performed Its utles more perfectly.' To-day my health is completely restored.—Maty Hurley, Springfield, Slasa. latos tha action of tho digestive : aud HHsliiiilativi! organa, and vitalizes the blood, it is.'without doubt,'the most reliable blood purlHor yet discovered.— II. I). Julinsoii, m Atlantic avenue, Btooklyu, N. Y,l » Ayer's-Sarsaparilla, I'Mptrwl by Dr. J. 0. Ay»r fc Co., rx»w«ll, Vrloe «11 «U bottlei, 96,

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