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lored br citlieni of ererr town »wJ ,.j * Marrelom Cures hsro beer. »IV ed br tbomundii of people, who on tentlir to TH« WONUEnrCL nEALlXO POWER ur Hamlin's Wizard Oil. Neuralgia, Toothache, Headache, Earache, Catarrh, Croup, Sote Throat, Lame Back, Stiff Jowls,- Contracted Cordl, RHEUMATISM, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Fever Sores, Wounds, Old Sores, Chilblains, Frost Biles, Sore Nipples, Caked Breasts, and AH Aches and Pains, FRIDAY ETii., APIBL 2i>. One lie»» at Home — One Heareri. more tn by ' Ono !«*» at home'. TBo charmed circle broken—a dear face Mi«»ed dny by day from It* BccmUrmcil ji But cleansed, and «aral, and perfecte grnwl , Ono more- In Heaven! (lnc> !<•«» at home! One voice of welcome hushed mid evermore One farewell word spoken; on the?hure Where parting comes not, one soul landed One more In Heaven 1 On* less at homel Clilll as the earth-born ratal the thought would And wrap our foot* tops around, and dim our But tho bright ounbeam darted from the skies- One more In Heaven ! One more at home I Tnli" Is not home, where, cramped In earthlt mold, Our steM of Christ to dim— our love Is cold, Hut there, where face to face we shall behold, Is home and Heaven ' One le»s on earth! It." pain. Its sorrow, and its toll to share: Onu less the pilgrim's daily cross to bear! One more the crown of ransomed soula tn wear, At home In Heaven 1 One more In Heaven! Another thought to brighten oloudjr day», Another theme of thankfulness and pralia Another link on high our souls to raise To homo and Heaven I One more at homel That home where separation cannot be, That borne where none are missed eternal!}', Lord Jesus, grant us all a place with Thee, At home tn heaven! SrSMJu. Price. tiOe. Our .KONO BOOK free t<. .alt Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY. CHICAGO REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT, -BY- •"' " • Ruderenauseh & Sonntag. Jfm. Sale. A convenient a»rt pleasant home at a reasonable flgnre, being a two-slory frame house on Eighth street, near- Henry. , For Bale. A cboioo farm of 130 acres, with first class mprovetnents, sltnatcd tx mllea east of Bnuuwtek. Ohartton oo., Mo. For 8al*. A one-ttory frame dwelling house In good condition. In Topping's addition to Alton. Tor Sale Cheap Th« leaidanoe of Oapt, W. P. oble; two etoriea and mansard roof i 13 room- 4 balU, otoseta, cellars, etc.; 8 acres oigroun lion desirable property in the city. JT»r dale. ' «6u acres ol land near city limits, Suivo - ., tuoitory brtck and trams dweJ ni noose, both, situated on the eas' '"• a- dtate street bet ween 6th and 7th >ucots- BO the brlok block *f Korea on Secon-- dtreet, between Heniv and Bldfe street oown as Hunter's , A imall frame <* •ulnR_hou»a within n ne DlocksofthtO' -niorlSU. 160 acres' f good tarmlnK land, and another tract of 300 acres, both unimproved. Situate tn Moil ' co., Kansas, M S10 and flS per acre » espsotively— one-third cMb^balaiice on time. For Sal*. A larm of 1(0 acre* on bottom land, all in cuWration, near MadUon, In tola county, A . gtooa. two-story tramC dwelling 'houw on It. '• ., A choice farm of 120' acres, siruawi 1 mOe sontU of Shlpman, Macoupln county, IB., at a low figure. 'A farm, consistinfr of 140 acres of good land situate within 3 miles of Upper Alton, sulta ble for dairy purposes. Cheap. ffttL. KLUNK UNDERTAKER, tarn Ready-Made Coffins, , Metaljo Cases, Casketa And Burial Rbbea ' r . ; TOrLadUs, Sentleman and .Children. x> Office and Shop on State street ' OvorOan i Livery Stable. Will attend to Job Work and BenaltuuriFnrnltmn). (as ArJ.HOWELL, , -DEALERS IN'- FURNITURE I B A Full and Complete CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL OKDKP FOH UPHOLSTERING • ' ' v fcfWjUy and promptly executed. • '' Belle st., bet. Third and Fourth -ALSO- TAKEH BTATKA 8SVKNTU HT THE PR1MA DOXXA. The first time I saw them they were both in the window. Clarissima was leaning her arms upon the sill and gazing upward at a flock of sparrows quarreling and chattering on the opposite house-tops. She "looked like one of Raphael's cherubs, with her thaU'h of hair and Italian eyes, a finger on her lip. Her dress, which was white and flowing, with a scarlet band about it, was clasped at the throat with a gleaming curio. There were tiny ornaments in icr ears which twinkltd and danced as she turned her bead. Antonio stood behind her with eves urned above and beyond the spar- ows. His expression, as I made it tit, was that of a man who had for- ver settled the most vital question of his life, and henceforth deals in no econdary ones. A pale face, cnt lear as a cameo, with proud, acqui- sccnt mouth. I was long in making their acquaintance, for:they seemed content to lire .part, although Clarissima had nod- iedtomein a friendly'manner more han once. One afternoon when she appeared at er favorite haunt in the window and had seen Antonio, whom I somewhat eared, go down the street with his ketch-book under his arm, I seized a >ot of primroses from iny balcony, as t propitiation, and ran across. 'She had seen me coining and admitted me £erself with a half-shy, lalf-happy courtesy, a beautiful fan of scarlet plumes in her hand. The room which I entered was one of three in direct communication, but separated by hangings of antique silk pushed far along the rods. To • utter a cry of admiration was inevitable—all was so beautiful, so "full of individual life. I had known that Antonio was an artist, and a s- essful one, but the work that surroun ed me exceeded my wildest Surmises. The face of an angel confronted me,' hung against a velvet panel of some oriental blue. Never, heaven knows, tipuld such a. countenance have found its home on earth. A copy of Dante and a few violets lay on the couch beneath it, • from tho rum plot cushions of which Antonio had lately risen. : Between the windows hung a painting in oils. It seemed to me, at first, merely a Roseate sky ruffling in littli waves of pink toward the west. Bu suddenly 1 discovered a river rushing through a desert country, and tin river took the color of the sky. Then was not a tree, nor, .shrub, nor living creature in the scene—only that mar velous glow in wave and cloud. On either side of it were water-colors of pink flowers; one a/aleas, the othe a .foreign plant unknown to me. became suddenly aware indeed tha this same pale flush pervaded all the room, changing in effect, for it was not a monotone. On a table at my hand lay a half- finished sketch of pansies, soft, perfect things, with n purple dust upon them. Involuntarily I turned from them to the angelic face upon the wall, and Carissima said, simply, "Those are tho Lady Koso's eyes. When Antonio has unisheil them ho will hang them there, beside the arbutus in tho corner, which is her smile., She was fond of pink—it M'as her favorite color—and Antonio has mastered all the shades. My brother loved in vaiu," she continued, dramatically, pressing her palms together, while the plumy fan slipped to the floor an,d lay at her feet. MSho is there," pointing to tho angelic face, "and there, and there, in all tho flowers. That rosy sky—it is tho Lady Rose; and tho river, that is Antonio's life, tinged with the color of the sky. It is •, a pity that ho cannot better do her hair, 'Carissima,' ho iomyUmes says, -look! the streak of light time sometimes coiuos through the shutter yondor! Pick it up—bring it to mo if thou canst.' Ami by that he means that it is as hard to gather uie sunlight up into the two hands as It is to mix tho colors for her hair. You have boon in UomeP . You have boon in the galluriosP Ah, but there is nothing- there like.the Lady KOSO'H hair." Clarissima paused for a moment, looked ut me questioning))-, ami then wont oo: She was a great slngcn but tt was a humiliation to see Antonio follow in ler footstep*, froto Italy to France, rom St. Petersburg to the Nile, like a salient slave, and Antonio of to noble a family! He suffered the anguish of purgatory for her. And she—ah, oroe women are inquisitors! Sou»- imes she sang for weeks in the same itv, and then he was In paradise. Ho cnt her flowers, such lovely floweret Not great bouquets, or vulgar baskets, ut some rare blossoms such as dc- oted love alone could procure. And while she still sang on, smiling upon lira like * spirit from the heavenly vorld, she held them in her hand, he pressed them lightly to her breast; he buried her lips in their bloom. "It is curious what lives people can ve together who never meet. Anonio in his box, the Lady Rose on the tage—they experienced all that human hearts can. I mean Antonio did. 'he Lady Rose had neither heart nor She was a beautiful cre- Antonio said, of love xpcrience. lion, a vision and song. . At last she came to America, and or a time we lost her. It is hard to nit-sue-in a country so vast as this. Tie allured us, and then eluded us; had gone-, or failed to keep her engagements. I was very weary of the ntermivuible tight, but the look in my rother's eves never permitted me to •ebel. ••We were in a city of tho west I ad been ill, and Antonio had lingered •uthfuHv. beside me, although th« iminince must have cost him uiiwh. Ve were driven through the open ountry, nnd ;i* wv passed a frame, rc-ateil for the purpose, I saw the aine of the Lady Rose. It was tho ills announcing her to sing that night: nd as we drove along they multi- lied, and there were rude portraits of er in the windows of the shops. 'Imbeciles!' muttered Antonio, vho could not bear these outrages pou art: but nevertheless, there was & ote of joy in his voice. I was too red to go with him to tbe opera, and nyway it was best that he should go lone. He was very handsome that night. You have remarked that he. s so? His eyes were brilliant and estless as stars. He had a bracelet to end to the Lady Rose between the .cts, and as he wrote the note that iccompanied it, his man's hand treni- iled. Has it ever occurred to you hat the love of an artist is really a errible thing—half divine, half diabolical? He kissed me when he went away, and I could feel the rapid beating of lis heart as it rested for a moment next to mine. "When he had gone I lowered tHe ights and tried to sleep; but I was tortured by a terrible dream. I saw a soft, white arm arise upon a sea_of .ight and wave a moment in the air. There was nothing but light and the waving arm, as far as I could see, until at last Antonio appeared and came across the s'ea to where the arm was beckoning. It softly curved about his neck and the hand lay on his breast. But suddenly it changed and turned a hideous bronze, and seemed to slip and lose its hold; and tho hand had turned into a head with burning eyes. Antonio struggled to be free, but while I looked something darted from its mouth and plunged into his heart "I awoke, cold with fright, to find Antonio in reality beside me. I sprang to his arms und turned his white fact to the light 'It is nothing, my child,' he said. 'It is only an artist's dream. Hast thou, too, been dreaming?' And I knew by the icy smile, the frigid lip, that Antonio's dream was the verification of my own." Carissima stooped for her fan and leaned back languidly in her chair, "Perhaps you think Antonio is mad, Many people do. They do not know what it is to suffer and to have a greai imagination." I was in this apartment often in later days, and frequently met An tonio. Carissima's suggestion that might think him mad was a vain one A person more self-contained and ur bane I never saw. The odd conceits of pansies and arbutus, which Carissima was pleased to term "Lady Rose' eyes and smile," took nothing from mj estimate of his sanity. May not ar wander into bypaths on its way to th great goal? The angelic face upon the wall was the divine fruition of hi dreams. I was subsequently led U believe that ho regarded it as the cl; max of his technique. This was on a certain evening whe he turned to me under tho Mooris lamp above it and uttered these words "A man-never touches the hem o tho garment of art until ho has broke his heart. He should do this quickly as possible if he wishes to paint or compose a sonata. — JEmma Sherwood Chester, in A T et0 York limit Journal. Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Boschoo's Gorman Syrup to let its wonderful qualities be known to thoir friends m curing Consumption, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and in fact all throat and lung diseases. No person can use it without immediate relief. Three doses will relieve any case, and we consider it the duty of all druggists to recommend it to tbe poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, and no one case whero it failed was reported. Such n medicine as the German Syrup cannot bo too widely known. Ask your druggist aboutlt. Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75 cents. Sold by all druggists ana dealers, in the United States and Canada. ja3 dwoow ly Ayer's Cathartic Pills are milted to every ago. They are uiild and pleasant in action, thorough and soarobuig in effect, and, being sugar coated, are easy to lake. These pills never fail to give satisfaction. ' dwlw Farmer Tiro'* Vouog M»n. Borrowing money is ft very favorite practice with th« Irish farmer, and until a recent period the banks made the gratification of this taste extremely easy. A Cork car driver lately said to his far*-: "Why. sir, awhile ago a fanner need only pxit on a 'clane .shirt and go to the bank and ho'd get what he wanted." The expectations, however, of some of the borrowers were too great, as the following incident, which really occurred, very amusingly show: A certain small' farmer, whom wo shall call "Tim" for convenience, some years ago called ui>on the manager of the national bank in a town in the northeast of the County Cork. Tho following dialogue ensued: •'Good morning, yer honor; I called about a little business, and though there aro other banks in the town I thought IM give yer honor the compliment." ••Well! Tim, and what is the business?" "Well, yer honor, tho interest in Kitty Keeffe's farm is selling off, and I want to raise £800 to buy it" "Nonsense, Tim! the interest in her farm isn't worth anything like that; but suppose 1 was fool enough to lend you this money, how would you ever pay it back?" "Is it pay it again, yer honor? Nothin' aisierin life. Shnrethe young fellow would get it in a fortune when he marries." "And may I ask, Tim, what age is the young fellow?" "He's three year oulcl, yer honor." It need hardly be said that the manager did not see it. and Tiiu, in spite of his wish to "give him the compliment," was refused the loan of tho £800. Perhaps Tim's shirt was not "clane" enough on the occasion.— London Spectator. jL »«m»« ^t mam More Facts. . ILT>., August 23, 1885. Wo feel we must write something of tho micceeu'of Hop Bitters. Thetcjwle Is XrfbMo that of nuy otl«!f arttdle dflnedl. •ctaS Hence we feel It but JiiWtlStt to you nnd your Bitters to say Dint it. la a medicine ot real merit and virtue, and doing MOST PERFECT MADE noAmmenlM-lme-Alumot Phosphates. Dr.Prlcos Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc., flavor daUcionsly. 'ice MK1NSPDWDfR CO, HAYESVIIAB, Omo, Fob. 11, 18&I. I nm very glad to say I hard tried Hop Blttcre, and never took anything that did me as much good. I only took two bottles and I would not take $100 for the' good they did me. I recommend them to toy patients, and get the best of results from their use. ^ B. MEKOER Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the'Vicinity of Paris, Tex. by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Oorley. ho was EO helpless he coitld not turn in bed, or raise his head; everybody aid he was dying: of Consumption. A rial bottle oi Dr. King's Mew Discov- ry was sent him. Finding relief, he ought a large bottle and a box. of Dr. ting's New Life Pills; by the time he ad .taken two boxes of Pills and two lOttles of the Discovery, he was well nd had.. gamed>in flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial Bottles of this Great Discovery or Consumption free at E. Marsh's, targe Bottles §1. Ap 1 d wlm The Verdict Uaaulmons. W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testifies! "I can recommend Electric Jitters 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: "The best selling medicine I have ever handled m ny 20 years' experience, is Electric Jittbrs." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict s 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 dwlm Bncjuen'g Arnica salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores.u.oers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect _ satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cemts per box. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mchTdwlm WHIPPLB& SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATES LOAN AGENTS, UERRESKNTINa THB TOLLOWIHG First-Class Ins. Co.'s: Ins. Go. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Philadelyliia; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.-, Continental; Girard;, Glens Pulls, Amercan Central; Firemen's Fond, Western Assurance Co. AND OTHERS: A CASH OAP1TAI IN THE AGGREGATE OF $20,000,000. WE AiSO HEPBEBKNT THE Mutual Benefit Life, of Newarb, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ina. Co..Hartf ord. Office: Over Alton Nat Bank, GOT. Third and State sts. ' NEW HAVEN, CONN., Sept. 16, 1885, We take pleasure in giving yon. a notlco and 5 nice, strong one, as it OJop Bitters) deserves it. We UBO it, and wo know it deserfcs it.— The Register. GREENWICH, Feb. ili 1880. HOP BITTBUS Co. ; >.•-.'' Sirs— I was given' up by tho doctors to dio of scrofula consumption. Two bottles of your Bitters cured mo. They are liav- ing a largo sale he GREENWICH, N- Y., Teb. 12, 1885. Hop Bitters are the most valuable medicine I ever knew. I should not have any mother now but for ttom , - LONE JACK, Mo., Sept. 14, 1885. I have been using Hop Bitters, and have received great benefit from them for liver complaint and malarial fever. They are superior to all other medicines. P.M. BARNES. KALAMAZOO, Mien., Feb. S, 1880. HOP BITTEIW MFO. Co.: - '•>. I know Hop Bitters •will boar "recommendation honestly. AD who usq them confer upon them the highest encomiums nnd give them credit formakingcarejh-all the proprietors claim for them. I have kept them since they were first offered to the public. They took high riink' from tho first, and maintained it, and are more called for than all others combined. So long as they keep up their high reputation for purity and usefulness I shall continue to recommend them— something I have never done before with any "patent medicine. J.J.BABCOCK, Physician and Druggist. KAHOKA, Mo., Feb. 9, 1886. I purchased five bottles of your Hop Bitters of Bishop & Co. last faU, for my daughter, . and am well pleased with the Bitters. They did her more good than all the medicine she has taken for six years. WM. T. McCLTOtE. The above is from a very reliable farmer, whose daughter was in poor health, for seven or eight years, and could obtain no relief until she used Hop Bitters. She is now in as good health ; as any person in this country.. We have large sales, and they are making remarkable cures. ' • W. H. BISHOP & CO. B AXLWA Y TEHB TAB1K. Jfor Sale. ; Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, between Teutli and Twelfta streets. WHIEPIiE-4 SMILEY. For Sale. EILttne kiln, In good running order, with quarry and 12 acres of land, more or Ie39, knowu ad the Shelly tract. WHIFFLE &SMU-EY. For Bent. A two story brick dwelling known as tbe Platt homestead; latelyjrat In good repair. \VHIPFLE & SMILEY; Fine Residence {or Sale, Tbe late R. DeBow homestead, now owned by M. li. Underwood, situated on line of horse railway, in Upper Alton; U rooms, bath room, furnace, and good out buildings, two acres of ground, will be sold at a bargain. Possession given on completion of sale. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. IT requires pretty scientific sheeting for a man to put a ball through his antagonist's heart while tbe latter is Rending one through his own brain, but that is what two Tennessee farmers d'id the other day, if we may believe the report. Using them lor Fifty Years. ARKANSAW, Pepm county,Wis., Dec. 2, 2, 1885—For upward of fifty years 1 have used Brandreth's Pills. I am now nearly eighty years old and in good health. That my faculties are still intact is due to this fact, and this only, that I have almost relied on Brandreth's Fills to the exclusion of stronger medicines to restore me to health whenever either seriously indisposed or in great suffering from colds, back ache, &c., and am deeply grateful, next to my Maker, to the blessed man who originated and placed witbm reach of his fellow beings so simple and efficacious a remedy. For bilious derangements and kidney disturbances, their useful, neas, m my experience, is particularly noticeable.—Mrs. Fayette Dixon. i AN AUCD IST Most thinks the jails of America are tbe worst in tho world. Most has, doubtless,bud sufficient experience to give an intelligent opinion on the subject. Those who ride much in a buggy, and value comfort, and would prolong their lives, waul a spring that has the easy riding qualities of tho Hice Coil Car* riat;e Spring. dwlw At the opera: "Why do you make that knot in your handkerchief?" "Ob, so that I sha'n't forget that charming melody."— Ex. That tired,teeling (and loss of appetite are. entirely overcome by Hood's Sarsapanlla, the peculiar medicine. Try it and see. 9 For Bent. Two-story house and good stable on Common street. Good fruit. WHIFFLE * SMILEY. for Bale or j&ent* A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs 8. J.Dutro. ' WHIFFLE ASMILEY. For txu> The late residences of J. i- and W. H. Mitchell, on Mill St., two ot tk-.i best pieces of residence property in Alton. 'Tae property known aa "The Fark, east of above; li lota on Hill and Summit streets, an 4 a number ol ot» in Miller * Mitchell's addition to Alton. Any or all ol above at^e For Sale. . A T-room brisk dwelling and out buildings OB Thiid etrtet, between Cherry and Vine. WHIPPLE A 8U BY. For Kent. Good 9-room brick house with about* acres ol ground.includlDK orcnard, In Upper Alton, former residence of Dr. Humbert. WH1WLE 4 SMILEY. For Rent. Late residence ol M. J. Noonan OB State •jtreet. known as tho A. Platt place. Good 9 room brick housa, in first class repair. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. UOO BAGS BIGGINS' FUREKA FINE SALT For Dairy and Table UHO, ln*14 Ib. linen sucks and 6O ib. Hacks, for sale by J. A. RYRIE. TAKE A1JVANTAGE OF THE BOOAI. 1'artkiii Intending to buy Heal Estdto In the c-lty ol Alton or vicinity will flnd It to.tholr Interest to call at the office of liuderaliuiwou A Bonntig and examine tlialrllsl oi proportion (or aulo an only u part thereof In advertised, Rpxdwff for sale. The Merrlman property on State atree In Miller & MIchelTs add., to Alton, IX atory house, S rooms and out-buUdlntfs; all In perfect order. Can be bad at a bargain. WIUPPLE A SMILEY. Desirable Residences far Bale. A two story brlok dwelling on State street known as A. Platt liumcatead, lately put In good repair. A two story frame dwelling on Mala street, nearly now. A two story brick dwelling on Seventh street, all for sale at a sacrifice, owner having decided to CHICAGO AND ALTOS. On and alter Sunday, Nov. 14th, 1888. trt on the Chicago and Alton railroad, will JeaVl the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, al follows: For Chicago and the Eaati Chicago Jlall»... 9:00 a.m Chicago Accommodation*....... .6:00p.m Lightning Expreea* 9:10 p.m Peoria and Book Island Fast Llnet,9:00 a. m For JaoksonrlUe, Keoknh, Quinoy, Kan- l»aa City.nnd all point* vegt. Kansas City Moll* ..'..-^ 9:00a.m. Kansas City Expreaa*. 9:10 p.m . DeliverEipieaaf.... 7:05p.m. Jacksonville Accommodation}... 7:05 p.m. For St. Louis i • Lightning Express* ...........8:46 a.m Chicago AccommQdatlon* .9:30 a. m Alton Special)...... 12:06 p.m Kansas City Mail'......... ...5:40 p. m OhicaKoMallr..... ..6:3On. m fEAINS LEAVE ST. LOUIS ITNION DEPd FOE ALTON. t? 60 a. in. 16 00p.m. •4, 60 p. m. *7 88 p. m. (8 45 a. m. Sundays only). «DaUy rEicept Sunday. • SH>. BEKVE. Snp't. St. Louis Dlvlaloii O.B.NOBBM, Ticket Agont. OH10AGO, BtJBLUVGTOM AWD QOINOY. Trains leave tho Union Depot, Alton follows:' -.•'••••• QolngNorthl Express (except Sunday)... . 8:46 a. m NightEipross ....'.:..;.'......' 7:05p.m p Vf. W. ABNOLD. A«ent. VPgfc WHIPPLE & SMILEY For Sale. A convenient farm of 120 acres, moat all In cultivation; altaated en tbe Bethalto road, mllei from Alton, For Sale. A IK story frame dwelling, corner Pearl and Fifth streets. WHIFFLE & SMILEY For Sale or Kent. The Oratory Irtune dwelling with 9 rooms. Including 7 lota: good born and fine fiulM known as the Mohols bomosuiad, situated on 12th at,, In a dealraole neighborhood. WU1PPLE 4 SMILEY. For Sole, Seven lots with good brick dwelling and outbuildings, In good repair, In Upper Alton. Residence of o. E. tiolUnn. and known as the Merrill property. WHIPPLE * SMILEY, Alton, or o. W, Collet, Uppsr Alton. For Hale. The Woodrcof property. A i atory framb liouso of 8 rooms, qn Fifth and Alton streets, u 4 room frame house on Fifth street, WHIPPLE ft SMILEY. how when tho budJ begin toibow, TU time for young and old to know Thut I'evert, lattitude and The 111* at Indigaltoni call, ' With ererjr trouble, ube orwiln. That fqUowi to tho BIHoiu •- (ndo. Will tc&tttr like tbothlerM of night . Before * draimut of Soitur brlgbi. The Appetite Hay bo increased, the Digestive orgaua strengthened, and the bowels regulated, by taking Ayer's Pills.- These Pllta are purely vegetable In' their composition. They contain neither .calomel nor any other dangerous drug, and may be taken , with perfect safety by persons of all ages., 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 prescribed for me, at . various times, without affording more than temporary relief. I finally commenced taking Ayer's Pills. In a short tirno my digestion and appetite IMPROVED my bowels were regulated,.and, by tho time I finished two boxes of these Pills my tendency to headaches, bad disappeared, and I became strong arid well.— Darius M. Logan, WUtaington, Del. I was troubled, for over a yoar, with Loss of Appetite, and General Debility. I commenced taking Ayer'a l*ills, and, before finishing half n box of this medicine, my appetite and strength were restored.—C. O. Clark, Danbury, Conn. Ayer's Pills aro tho best medicine known to me for regulating tho bowels, and (or ail diseases caused by a disordered Stomach and Liver. I suffered for over three years with Headache, Indigestion, and Constipation. I had no appetite, and .was weak and nervous most of Uio time. BY USING three boxes of Ayer's Pill*, and at tha same time dieting myself, I was completely cared. My digestive otgwu aro now in good order, and I am in perfect health. — P. Loekwood, Topeka, Kaus. Ayer's Pills Imvo benefited mo wonderfully. For months I suffered from Indigestion and Headache, jvas<restl*s» at night, and had u bad taste In my inoutb every morning. After taking cue box of Ayor's Pills, nil thcee troubles disappeared, my food digested, well, and niy sleep was refreshing.—Henry <•>• Hemmenway, Rockport, Mass, . I was cured ot the Pile* by tbe nw ot Ayor's Pills. They not only relieved mB! ox that painful disorder, but give me in- created vigor, and restored my health.—, John Lazariu, St. John, N. B. • Ayer's Pills, Pnptnd by Dr. J. 0. Ajrtr h Co., LowtU, Ibw. 8«U by ajl Dru*fUt« »ud IMflfn to MflJloto*.

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