Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 19, 1887 · Page 4
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 19, 1887
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-THB g BEST TONIC. 3 Thin medicine, combining Iron with rmro tegttfcble tonic*, quickly And completely Care* DripcJMtii. Inalgettton, \V>«k- Bm, Impnre Blood, Malaria, Chllla and Fvren, anil Ncnral^la. It 1* an unfailing remedy for Ulscascs of tho Kidney and Liver. It li Invaluable for Dlseanei peculiar to Women, and all who lend sedentary liven. ItdoctDOt Injure tbueoth,cau«ohca<lache,of produce Constlpatloi w-ollur Iran malMnet do. It enriches and purifies the blood, ittRinlaUK the appetite, aids tlio installation of food, relieve* Heartburn and Belching, and strengthen) the miwclug and nerve*. .For Intermittent Fevers* I^auUnde, Lack of Energy, etc., It liaa no equal. tr Tho genuine has abovo trade mark nnd . eiOMOd red lino on wrapper. Take no other. . MO* Ml| k/lROirit CUUUOU CO. DALTinOBK. ID SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL ULin Almost aa Palatable as Milk. The only preparation of COD LIVER Oil, th»t eta bo taken riadllj^tnil tolerated fur a long time bj dellecte itomiiclu. ADD AH A HKMETIY FOU COXSUMITlOff, StBOKULOUH m'R(T10MH, ANAEMIA, HEN. KUAI. DKIIIUTV, COmillH AM> 111 110AT AK- all WASTIMO CHILDIIKN It la roirrclloiia In ll«i rrairili. •"""WwcrltjalMnl endorsed by ttao but Physicians ia the countrfca of tho world. FOR Rai F BV f,L' f*°i REAL ESTATE FOB SALE OB BENT, —BY— Rudersnausen & Sonntag. Far Sole, A convenient and pleasant homo at a rca- BOimble figure, being a two-slorxframo house OQ Klghth street, near Henry. For bale. A choice form of 520 acres, with niat class mprovaments, situated 'M miles east of Urunawlek. Oharlton co., Mo. For Bale. A ono-itory frame dwelling house in good condition. In Topping's addition to Allon. For Sale Cheap The residence ol Oapt. W. P- oblo; two stories and mansard roof| 13 room 4 liiillo. closets, cellars, etc.: 8 acres of groun Moat desirable property in the city, F»r Hale. IBUoorosof land near city limits, Sttivii ., two story brick and irame dwe: n., aouse, both situated on the ouu* • o -unto struct between flth and 7th MI cots- so tho brick block of storfca on Socon .jtroot., between Bemv and ttldge street aowu as Huuter'e row. For Sale. A •inallfroiuoi' .,lng bouse within n no olooka ot the d it for 5375, 160 acres [ good farming land, and another tract of Boo acres, both unimproved, situate In Mori co., Kansas, at $10 and 518 per acre lespcotivoly—one-third oasb.balnncu oil time. For Sale. A larm of 140 acres on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Madison, in this county. A good two-story frame dwelling hovae on it. PrloO;$8,«00 For Sale. A oliolco farm of 120' acres, situate 1 mile south of Shlpman, Macoupln county, 111., at a low figure. A farm, consisting of 140 acres of good land situate within SI miles of Upper Alton, snlta bio for dairy purposes. Cheap. VTM.L. KLUNK UNDERTAKER, AND DKALBB IV Ready-Made Coffins, Metallo Gases, Gaskets And Burial Robee For Ladles. Gentlemen and Children. Office and Shop on State street OvartUrt i Livery Stable.' Will attend to Job Work an a Hanaltuur FurnltwMi. (nj A. J. HO WELL, -DKALKU7IN- FURNITURE I B A Full and Complete Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL OttDKU rou r UPHOLSTERING Nofttly and promptly oxooutod. Bolle Bt., bet. Third and Fourth. -A180- UNDERTAKEN. KKSIDENOB OOK, STATIC & 8KVKNTU ST8 .'"tJ\fi,.wi«>-.>'i iiKju.nin, thu f.aiv>," i ;<'-•»' c«!, ,:i\«l on xJytrtWng ipooa tttwii In Chicago, <•<,;. I w. 't or v i il 49 lo« R»4olpV8V, ALTCW DULY TELE6HAPIL (Entered *• S«ootid-clM> MMtw at Ui» f O. at Alton, 111.) TUESDAY JBVK., APKIL 19. FARM AND GARDEN. ONE WAY OF MAKING PLANT LABELS THAT WILL LAST YEARS. Care of Kftrlng l-mulm—A Itemniljr for ling Cholera — Mow anil When to Witter UOMCII—Simple mid Ornamental lledfl for Flmver (iurdoiiH* When the question of laying out ft flower giirdon nrlHos, us It will with miuiy at thlH HUOSOU of the year, the locality Is the first tiling to l>o decliled upon. AH to this, It Is not advisable to renounce a Btnooth, velvety expanse of griiSB In front of the house in favor of (lower beds. The cultivated tnste forms a lawn unbroken by bcdH of (lowers iw the most pleasing and suitable approach to iv house. Such renders as accept thin Idea will therefore locate, their flower gardens at one side or in the rear of the dwelling. Where there Is a veranda nt the linck of the house this latter is an enjoyable location. The Inmates of the house enjoy a flower garden most when It Is within view of sitting or living rooms. With the rounds of dully work come many opportunities to admire the beauty of the flowers close at hand. Then, too, being much In sight, plants will not be neglected, as might lie the case If iv special visit were required in order to In- Bpect them. rASTKPUL DKSIO.V FOU FLOWER OAUDEN. The next consideration is the plan or design by which the flower beds and the Intervening walks shall bo laid out. It is not well for the amateur to undertake anything intricate in this lino. Considerable experience is required to produce a plan by which entirely pleasing results are obtained. The accompanying cut Is advised by Tho New York World us one of the simplest, and at the same time most pleasing and graceful, arrangements for a flower garden of ordinary dimensions. Where the plot is long and somewhat narrow this design is easily made as a parallelogram; where the plot is a iquaro it Is as readily adapted to that. Tho size of tho buds will vary with the size of the plot of ground, and when largo will afford quite as much opportunity for a skillful massing and combining of different varieties of plants as most readers desire. The paths about tho beds should bo kept clean, firm und compact, and the beds, for best effect, ought to bo sodded on the edges. It should be remembered to uso low growing plants in beds nearest the house and paths and to set tall sorts In the background. In circular beds it is always best, of course, to place the tallest growing plants In the center, as it is in all beds that are viewed from all sides, but a bed that is only seen from the front, like a border, having a hedge, or something like it for u background, should have the back row of plants tho tallest and fho front ones tho shortest. Tho second cut affords a wide choice in models for ornamental beds. For a small garden Vick recommends crescents, stars and diamonds, as beds easy to make and care for, and in his popular monthly gives some valuable hints for arranging contrasting colors In them as follows: A crescent can bo edged around with pink phlox with n center row of while, and tho effect will bo very pleasing. A star or diamond can bo planted with rows of different colored flowers, or can be edged with one color and tho center filled In with another, in a mass, rather than In rows. Tho phlox and aster are two of our best annuiils for this use. A trescont, in which tho inner curve is fronting tho house, can be made very effective by planting it to asters ot dlfToruut heights, Uso (ho tall growers for the further edge of tho curve. In front of these plant BOIUO of a contrasting color awl lower growth. Kdge the bed in front with dwarf varieties. Catalogues will tell you about tho hnblt of each variety. OKNAMKNTAL IIKDS. Stars or diamonds can be planted with toll growing plants In tho center, using lower growers about (hem and edging tho beds with such plants a.s sweet alyssum, candytuft or nilgnonetlo. A rhurining circular bed can be made by using calllop- sls in tho center in HUfllcient quantity to form a mass when the plants have developed. Surround it with white phlox and use mignonette as a border. If you have a plant of perennial lakespur of tho in- tonso blue variety to set In the center tho effect will be heightened. You can make very effective combinations with geraniums of different colors. Tho pink varieties are most pleasing when used in quantities. It will be tound that all plants are more offvctlvo by themselves, or at least in considerable quantities, than when mixed with others. Uvuwily fur Hag Cluilvru. The Southern Cultivator some time ago published a communication from a well known planter of C'nlUouu county, Georgia, telling how he had cheeked tho ravages of cholera among his mvlno by mixing with their foot! n moderate quantity of soda. A recent Issue of Tho Cultivator contains a letter from W. K. Cvosswell, Mivrlonvllla, 8. 0., who tried tho rumcdy. For ten days after (he cholera mudu HH appearance ho fed his hogs a liberal quantity of Bdila mid suit, mixed with ground food, twice u day, nfter that giving occasional doses. Ho 'claims that thu Hick animals recovered and ho butt not hud a CHSU of cholera since. Treatment or Spring Lntnbt. After the lamb Is a few days old, If thought necessary, It may be taught to suck some warmed sweetened cow's milk, und any help to Its growth, In the shape of extra food, will be useful. There Is danger, however, of over feeding nyoung lamb, wblcih may be worse than under feeding It, and caution ought to be exercised hi this respect; no more should bo attempted than to encourage n thrifty growth. After the Inmb Is nlioul one month old It may bo taught to lick stiino bran, with a little salt mixed will) It, ur a little sifted onUiu'iil. As a rule, It will bu safer to depend on enriching and Inrrww- Ing the ewe's milk rather thiin to force the Inmb to swallow food which its stomach Is nut prepared yet to completely digest- It is of importance to prevent the lambs from being annoyed and depleted of their blood by ticks or other vermin. To this end the owes should have been dipped in the fall to rid them of the ticks. If, however, a few appear on the lambs, try hand picking; in cose the pests are too numerous, the lambs must be dipped. How und When to Wntor HOI-MOM. If the owners of horses would bear in mind the fact that the stomach of a horse will contain only from twelve to sixteen quarts, and that, therefore, a pailful of water will fill the stomach of an ordinary animal, much colic and Indigestion would bo avoided. The giving of water Is not less Important than feeding. During a journey, and especially in hot weather, the team should be allowed to drink at every opportunity if they will. But at no tlmo should they be allowed to fill themselves with water. Four quarts is enough at any time, unless a long distance has been driven. Then four quarts Is enough for the first draft. At the end of twenty minutes each horse should be allowed a pailful if bo will drink it. Generally ho will not do so, but If allowed he may take two or three pail- fuls at the first draft, and always to his damage. Tho water drank does not remain in tho stomach. It pusses Into the large Intestine and thence to the bowels, being taken up along the passage by the absorbents. If large quantities of water are given, tho horse sweats or stales profusely, and tho system is depleted. Colic, indigestion and other complications arising from improper watering and feeding kill more horses than all other causes combined. Polntg About. Slloft and Ensilage. The ensilage system is becoming more popular every day. The expense of constructing a silo is not necessarily great. Building it of stone, cutting or chaffing the material, putting it in as hastily as possible and heavily weighting it—all these have been found not to be absolutely necessary. A silo can be built of lumber, the material put in slowly, each layer two or three feet deep being allowed to heat, und the whole can bo covered so as to keep out tho uir. The results will be satisfactory. If yon want to make an experiment take a hogshead, pack it with greon forage and heavily weight it. The chief points to be observed are exclusion of air and solidity of foundation. Chronic Looseness of the Bowels. Results from imperfect digestion. The cause lies in the torpidity of the liver. A regular habit of body can be secured by taking Simmons Liver Regulator to aid digstion, to stimulate .the dull and sluggish liver, and rid the system o! excessive and poisonous bile. The Regulator corrects acidity of the stomach, cures dyspepsia nnd insures regularity of the bowels alike free from laxity or costivoness. tu th s wk LAUY (in St. Louis bookstore)—I will look at som« books, please. Proprietor—Yes, uia'am. What color and size? Lady—Bine and gold, I think, and something about nine inches long end live inches wide.— K. T. Sun. Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Bosohoe's German Syrup to lot its wonderful qualities be known to their friends in curing Consumption, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and in fact all throat and lung diseased. Mo person can use it without immediate relief. Threo doses will relieve any case, and wo consider it tho duty of all druggists to recommend it to tho poor, dying consumptive, at least to try ono bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, nnd no one case whore it failed was reported. Such a fflodicino as tho German Syrup.cannot bo too widely known. Ask your druggist about it. Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75 cents. Sold by all druggists ana dealers, in the United States and Canada. . juSdwoowly ••VVuY do you wear your low necked dross in the theatreP".asked a sensible woman of her butterfly sister. "To please tho men, of course," was the vain reply. "An_d don't you think you would succeed better," said the other, "if you removed your hat instead of your waistP" Those who ride vuuoh in a buggy, and value comfort, and would prolong their lives, want a spring that has the easy riding qualities of tho Uioo Coil Car* nago Spring. dwlw Ayor'a Cathartic Pills are suited to every age. They are mild and pleasant in action, thorough and searching in effect, and, being sugar coated, arc easy to take. These pills never fail to give satisfaction. dwlw JOHN BAUER, DEALER IN AND MANUFACTUKEK OF FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, ALTON. ILL, All kinds of line and common (urnltur constantly on hand. Also undertaker, etc. Patents. I'o ny pot-noun wlsliIiiK to obtain lottoi , utoiit on now Inventions, Improvuuiouts o lesignM wlllexeouto dnvwlngg uuil spool!) -iillous and inuka applications for Patents Ml consultation, In pur»on or by lutte , fret Ll'CAS PFEIFFENBEWGliR, " III. ,:, .* the Slffnil Thousands of people ovory morning look up to tho signal flags on tbo public build- Ings in the cities to know tbe forecasts of weather for tlio duy, but to great numbers they arc- only tin exnepcfatlon, be- cnttse the Interpretation of the red and bluo moon and stnr and crescent aro continually siliiiHiig from mliul, nnd the memorandum curd Is nhvaya getting mislaid. An easy method of li.'.'iiig tho readings In mind 1ms been «ug£i;stcd by nn exchange, mid Is us follows: Red, the color of lire, menus amount of hent; blue, tlio color of the sky, luwmtit oC moisture; ami In each rune Unit ligures containing most Hiirfiice. means most In <|imn(lly. Thus, the red moon moans imicli heat — vlBtug temperature; red titar, less heal — sliiUon- nry temperature; red crescent, less) heat — lower U'lnin-r.-itiire. Tlie Hue. moon is much moiHlure— Bewral rain or snow; blue star, less miilsluri 1 — local rain or snow; blue crescent, least moisture — fair weather. The "cold wave" is easily r«> mcmberctl without mnemonics. Here iind There. Iowa 1ms issued a sweeping quarantine proclamation against Illinois. It nliso- lutcly prohibits all ml yes and stock cuttlo from any part of Illinois, anil all cattle kept within (lie last six months in Conic county (Clilcngo) or any counties mljoln- ing it. Other cuttle must come with undoubted assurance of being free from exposure to contagions disease. The Umbered lands of the south urc fast falling Into the hands of wealthy syndicates of both native and foreign capitalists. About the middle of last month a Dutch syndicate of bankers in Amsterdam, Holland, acquired from the Land and Mortgage company (limited) nearly 900 square miles of heavily timbered lands In west Florida. This is the largest single transaction In Florida since the great Bisston sale In 1881. All kinds of stock, except sheep and swine, have decreased in value in Dakota. In California sheep are advancing in price, but horses, mules, cattle nnd hogs are much lower in price than they were two years ago. Sheep are proving unprolltable in Kansas, where, however, there is n largo increase of other farm animals. A correspondent writing from Fort As- slniboinc, M. T., classes tlio winter just post as the most severe one Montana lias experienced in twenty-five years, and believes that it marks an epoch in cattle raising in the northwest. Over $2,<100,000,000 Is the estimated value ot the horses, mules, cows, oxen and other cattle, sheep and swine in this country on Jan. 1, 1887. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused m the vicinity of Pans, Tex, .by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley. who was so helpless he 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* cry 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 the Discovery, he 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 SI. Ap 1 d wlm The Verdict Unanimous. ^V. 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, aflinns: "The best selling medicine I have over handled in my 20 years' experience, • is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the 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. apl dwltn BucKien'8 Arnica Salvo. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores.u.cers, salt rheum, •• fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required, it is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 coats per box. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mch7dwlm DR. O. JB. KOJtflQAND, Dentist, 18 TH1KD STREET, ALTON, ILL. Office Hours—8 a. in. to 12 in.; 1 to 4 p. uj fflbdwly G. A. McMELLEN, Dentist, OVBB BUUEGGEMAJW'S . OIGAK STOKE SECOND ST. 1e"J dtf PHYSICIANS AN1> SUKOKOM" 1 DB. B. Physician uiid Surgeon, OFFICE »ND HESIDENOE, OOB.FOUBTB AND HENltV ST8. w. A. HASKJGM,, M.D., Physician and Surgeon, OFFICE-SECOND ST.. ALTON, ILL. Office hours—Da. m.; 12 to 1, and o p.m. J. SUITER & SON, DEAWCE8 IN FINE AND COBOION FURNITURE. A Full, and Complete Stock Al- 011 Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. <;mt FUHN1TU11E IIOOMS ARE ON State Street, opp, Third, MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Purity, Strength, ni lleallM nlncoBi Dr. Price's Unking Powder;cantata no Aranienla,I<tme.Alum or Phosphates. Dr.Prlco i Extracts, Vanilla, Louion, etc., llavor delldously. ' f/f/Ce BfKIHSPOm^t nnd Ini WHIPPLB & SMILEY INSURANCE, REALESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS UEKUESKNTING TITIC FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Phlladelyhia; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London Lancashire, Manchester, Bug.-, Continental; Glrard; Glens Falls, Ameroan Central; Firemen's Fund, Western Assurance Co AND OTHEUS: A OABH CAPITA! Df THK AGGBJSGATE OF $20,000,000. WE AiSO KKPEE8ENT THE Mutual Benefit Lite, of Newark N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co.,Hartford, Office: Over Alton Sat. Bank Cor. Third and State eta. For Sale. Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, botwoon Touth iuul Twelfth streaca. WHIPPLB & SJI1LEY. For Sale. ITLltno Win, In good running order, with quui'iy and 12 iicros of land, moru or loss known ujthu Shelly tract. WHITPLE & SMILEY. For Kent. A two story brick dwelling known ns tho Plutt homestead; lately put In «ood repair. WHIPPLK & SMILEY Flue Residence for Sale. The Into H. DeBow homestead, now owned by M. u. Underwood, situated on Ituo 01 horse railway, In Upper Alton; U rooms, bath room, furnace, and Rood out buildings, two acres of ground, will be sold at a bargain. Possession given on completion of solo. WHIPPLE & SMILEY For Kent. Two-story house and good stable on Common street. Good fruit. WHIPPLE & SMILBY. For Bale or neuc. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs 8. J.lmtro. WHIPPLE &SMILFA'. for bnl» Tho late residences of J. i. and W. 0 Mitchell, on Mill St., two 01 tii.n boat pieces d residence property In Alton. The property known as "The Parlc, east of above; U lot on Mill and Summit streets, an U a number o ota In Miller #. Mitchell's addition to Alton Any or all of above at a great bargain. wrappLs: & SMILEY. For Sale. A 7-roora brlak dwelling and out buildings on Thiid street, between Cherry and Vino. WHIPPLE & SM EY. D or Kent. Good 9-room brlok house with about! acres of ground.lnuludlng oronard, In Upper Alton. Former residence ol Dr. Humbert. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. For Bent. Late residence ol M. J. Noonan on State street, known as tho A. Platt place. Good 9 room brick house, lu first class repair. WHIPPLK & SMILEY. . Tho Morrlman property on State stree In Miller & Mlohell's add., to Alton, IX story house, 8 rooms and out- bulldtuRS ; all In per foot order. Con bo had at a bargain. ,. _ WHIPFLE Desirable Residences for Sale, A two story brlok dwelling on Stato street known as A. Platt homestead, lately put In good repair. A two story irame dwelling on Muln street, nearly now. A two story brick dwelling on Seventh street, all for sale , ot a sacrifice, owner having decided to v«W- _ WIIIPJ'LB &8MILK ar Y" For Bnle. A convenient farm ol ISO acres, most all t» <JuUWu.tlo«; situated eu tbe Bothalto road, mllee.'rom Alton. For Sale. A 1>( story frame dwelling, corner Pearl and tilth streets. WHIPPLK 4 SMILKV For Sale or Kent. The 2-story fraino dwelling with 9 rooms InoludliiB 7 lots; (food barn and lino fruits' «»°wn as tho Nichols homestead, situated on Uthst,, In a dtmlranlo neighborhood. For Hale. «8H8?.i J?£L T5* «2°« brtpk dwelim* . For Hale. Tho Woodroof property. A 2 story frame house ol 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton streets, a 1 room frame houso on Fl f th strmit. WIUl'l'MSAHMILEY. .Now when tbe bud* begin .""_°.» °v», 'oung and ,ioM((udcuncl at Indtgciltoni yritb"evoi7 trouble, acbo or Pftln, TtartHjUowi In tho DIHoui ltt«r Ilke'theJhloYM of night ft draught ot S«lU«r brigh", """•i"'in —nn ii j 8to*v of a foftat Cttrtf, t WAI Affected wltt kidney »nd Trouble— ^^ •JTOUUIB—> "F«r twelve ye»r« I" After trying all the iJoctAn «nd patent _„„_ otneji I coqM hear of, I u«ed two bottle* ot Hob "Btttets;" , , , And I am perfectly cured. I keep It "All the time I" BeBpectfullj, B. P. BOOTH, Snnlnbary, Tetm. A&y 4,1688. BBADroBD, PA., May 8, 1885. H lini cured me of acvor&l illscanet, »u c h u nervousness, utckno«fl at tlio stomach, monthly troubles, etc. I have not scon a Rick day In yean Blnco 1 took Hop Bitters. All my nolghbom u«a them. MSB. FARMS OBMS. K, MASS., Jan. IB, 188C, 1 havo been very sick over two ysar». They nil gave me up as past cure. I tried tho moat SKlll. nil physicians, hut they did not reach the Worsa part. The lungs nnd heart would fill tip every night and distress ino, and iny throat Wnfevery bail I (old my children 1 should never die In ponce till 1 had tried Hop Bitters. When I had taken two bottles they helped mo very much Indeed. When 1 bad taken two moro botlloslwas well. Them was n lot of sick folks hero who havo socn how they cured mo, and they used them andworo cntctl and feel as thankful as I do that tuoro Is so valu< able ft uicdlclno made. Yuura truly, Mies Juiu 0. CDeurao, $3,000 Lost. Saved. •Wo aro so thankful to say tliat our nursing baby wns permanently cured of a dangerous nnG pro- tractod constipation nnd irregularity of the uoweli by the unoofllop Bitters by lt» nursing mother, which at tho Mine time restored her to perfect health ami strength,— The Parents, Ilochoster.N. Y. JKS-UnhenlHiy or Inactive kidneys cause graver, "11 right's disease, thevnuaUBm and aliorde of other serious and fatal diseases, which can be prevented with Hop Bitters," If taken In time. "T.uddlngton, Mich., Feb. 2,1885. I have sold Hop Bitters for ten years, and there" IB no meill. cine that equals tliem for billons attacks, kidney complaints, and all diseases Incident to this malarial cllmiUo. . II. T. ALEXANUKII. neyB ana oiaouur. it HUB uouu jur juu wnut ioor physicians failed to do—cured me. Tho effect of tho Bitters seemed like magic to mo. W. T,. flATlTpn QKNTS :—Yonr Hop Bitters have been of great value to ine. I was laid up with typhoid fever for over two months, and could get no relief until I tried your llop Bitters. To those suffering from debility, or any one in feeble health, I cordially recommend them. J. C. STOETZEL. (H8 Fulton street., Chicago, 111. Can YouAnsiver Tills? Is there a person living who ever saw a case of ague, biliousness, nervousness or neuralgia, or any disease of tho stomach, liver or kidneys that Hop Bitters will not cure? "My Mother says Hop Bitters is the only tiling that will keep her from severe attacks of paraly- els and headache.— Ed. Oewego Sun. "My llttlo sickly, puny baby, WUB changed tt great bouncing boy.and I was ralsid f Blck bed by Ming Hop Bitters a short time." P , wns changed Into was ralsid from u A Yorao Morass. RAIL-WAT TIME TABUS. CHICAGO ABU ALTON. On and nfter Sunday, Nov. 14th, 1836, trains on the Chicago and Alton railroad, -will le&v* the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, at fallows: Jfor Chicago and the Eoatl Chicago Mall*. 9:00 a.m Chicago Accommodation* 6:00 p. ID Lightning Express" 9:lop.m Feorla and Book Island FustLinet^.-OO a. m For Jacksonville, Keokuk, Qninojr. Kan* (sag Clty.aud all points west. Kansas City Mall* •. ,. , 9:00 a.m. Kansas City Express*, 9:10 p. M Denver Express f 7:05 p.m. Jacksonville Accommodation?... V:05 p. m. For 8t. Louis i LlKhtnlni? Express* 8;4B a. m Chicago Accommodation* 9:80 a. m Alton Bpoclult 12186 p. m Kansas City JUall* 5:40 p. m OhlonKoMallf 6:30p.m rRAINSLEAVE ST. LOUIS UNION DBP01 FOft ALTON. G Mn. m. 1600p.m. . 60 p. m. *7 85 p. m. (8 45 a, m. Sundays only). •Dally rExcopt Sunday. H. D. BEEVE, Sup't, St. Louis Division 0.8. NOHBIB. Ticket Agent. CHICAGO, BUHLiJfGTON AtfDQUINOY. Trains leave tho Union Donot. Alton follows: Oolug North: Bxprcsa (except Sunday) ... .8:46 a. m MightEzproas 7:06n.m W. W. AENOLD. Agent.' The Appetite May bo increased, tho Digestive organs strengthened, and tho bowels regulated, by taking Ayer'a Pills. Those Pills are purely vegetable in their composition. They contain neither calomel nor any other dangerous drug, and may bo taken with perfect safety by persons of all ogca. I was a great sufferer from Dyspepsia and Constipation. I had no .appetite, and was constantly afflicted with Headache and Dizziness. I consulted our family doctor, who proscribed for me, at various times, without affording moro than temporary relief. I finally commenced taking Ayor's PilU. In. a short time my digestion and, appetite IMPROVED my bowels wore regulated, and, by the time I finished two boxes ol these Pillu my tendency to headaches' had disappeared, and I became Btronc and well.—' Darius M. Logan, Wilmington, Del. I was troubled, for over a.year. with Loss of Appetite, and General Debility, I commenced taking Ayor's Pills, and, before finishing half a box of this medicine, my appetite and strength were restored—0.0. Clark, Daubury, Conn. Ayer's Pills aro the best medicine known to mo for regulating tbe bowels, and for all diseases caused by a disordered Stomach and Liver. I suffered for over three years with Headache, Indigestion, and Constipation. I had no appeflto, and was woak and nervous most ol the tone, BY USING throo boxes ot Ayor's Pills, and at tho same time dieting myself, I was completely cured. My digestive organs ara now In good ordor, and I am in perfect health. -*- p. Lockwood, Topeka, Kona. Ayor's Pills have benefited mo wonder- lully. For months I suffered from Indigestion and Headache, was restless at night, and had a bad tasto in my moutft every morning, Alter taking oile bo* of Ayor's Pills, all these troubles disappeared, my food digested well, and my sloop was refreshing.—Henry 0. Honunonway, Bookport, Mass, . I was cured of tbe Piles by the we ot Ayer's Pills. They not 6nly reUeyeduiai of that painful disorder, but give me increased vigor, and restored my health.— John Lazarus, St, John, N. B. • ' Ayer's Pills, Prepared by Dr. J. 0, Ayer & Co., Uw*U, Uui. Bold by «U CrugjUti oud Jtokni Jo M»di«in«.

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