Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1887 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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AttOH BAttl TKLE6RJLPH. BT XT. T. KOBTON, OW. Third and Plata Street*, Alton, ttt THURSDAY EVE., AP11IL 28. THE quaint old Irish' ballad, "KHty oJ Coloraioe," is oharmid^ly illustrated by Edwin A. Abbey in the May JJarp- er'«. As this little bailud is seldom found in collections of poetry, we reprint it entires- Ai beautiful K.ltty one morning wan tripping With the pitcher of milk from tlio fair o Oolerame, When she saw me she stumbled, tho pitcher It tumbled. ;And all the twee* battormlllc wator'd tlio : plain. • :.. .', Ob, what shall I flo, now? 'Twai looking nt you, now ; Bnro, eur», »uch u pitcher, 1'H ne'er meet 'Twa» the 'pride et tny dairy. Oil, Barney Tou're gent as a plagne to the girl* ol Cole ralnal I gat down beside her, and gently did chide her, That auoh a misfortuno should giro her anoh pain. . „ .... AUIsBthin I gavo her. Before I did leave Bhe vow'd (or iuch pleasure she'd break II again. . . .-'.,.' >Twa» the hayrtftkiiiv »eo»on. I oan't tell the Misfortunes will nover oomo single— that's ' plain— For, very aoon after poor Kitty's disaster, The devil aipltoher was .whole In Ooleralne. The authorship of these verses is generally given as anonymous, but careful investigation has recently discovered that the writer is Edward liysaght. , The Late t'apt. J., Si Cotter. Capt. J. 8, Cotter, of Alton, a brotb> er of Mr. WVH. Cotter, ef this city, died last Wednesday, after a lingering illness, nged 67 years, llis remains were interred at the Salem cemetery near Wanda, Friday afternoon, Rev. J. B. Thompson officiating, alargenum- .bor of Alton, Wanda and Edwardsvittu friends being present. Capt. Cotter was bora in Green county, Indiana, in January, 1820, and came to this city with bis mother and her family of six children in October, 1827, his fathnr, Abner Cotter, having died in Indiana the March preceding. His mother and family continued to reside in this city until October, 1829, when she., married Mr. Zadook Newman , a pioneer in this county, and removed to Fort Russell township on the property now known as the Burroughs farm. It was about this time, he was then only nine years old, when he left home and went to live with his uncle, a Mr. Wm. Miller, at Alton, and later, in 1832 or 1833, removed with him to Carlinville, returning finally " to Alton, m the early i/art of of the seventies. lie was first married- in 1846 to a Miss Keller, of Carlinville, who died in 1852 and was afterwards again married to Miss lions rietla Snow in the same city, and was the father of nine children, eight of whom, with his widow, survive him. In 1863 he made a trip to California and has later traveled considerably in Mis- spni'i, and Kansas.' During bis long Residence in Carlinville be served for many yean as a Justice' «f the Peace and also as Deputy Sheriff and Deputy Clerk of Maooupm county. Early In the fifties he received the nomination for Sheriff at the hands of his party but was compelled to abandon the race early in the campaign on account of ill health. He served three years in the war of the rebellion, being Captain of Co. K., of the 122d Illinois Infantry. He was an estimable man, a worthy citizen and one who possessed a wide acquaintance and many friend*.— EdwanlsvMc St' Legislature. i .' HOUSE; ...,>;. ; - •• ; - '' SI-UIKOFIEI.D, 111., April 26. — In the House this morning the Judiciary Oommittee'reported bapk favorably Mr. 'Fuller's joint resolution proposing to submit to a vote of the people at the next general election the question of calling a constitutional convention to so revise the constitution as to enable legislation on revenue, corporation and other • questions, Consideration of resolution was made the special order for Wednesday next. The bill prbviding'f or tho appointment of an agent at Washington City to attend to the claims of Illinois soldiers and sailors was lost. The following bills were passed : Exempting all . practising pharmacists from jury duty ; giving soldiers who are inmates of poorhouses preference of admission to Soldiers' Home at Quiuoy ; providing for the payment of employes, and for 'pro-payment of interest on deposits required of employes ; providing that any corporation heretofore authorized by any general or special-' law to accept and execute .trusts may bo appointed assignee or trustee by deed, and executor, guardian or trustee by \villj authorizing railroad corporations to lay out and build branch • railroads and extensions without reinoorporation ; reducing the number of persons required to incorporate a village from $00 to '.'00 inhabitants. SKNATE. The bill providing for tho election of eight trustees of tho University of Illinois, to bo voted for at tho next general election of tho State, who, together with tho Governor, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and tho President of the State Board of Agriculture, shall constitute the Board of Trustees of j tho university, was passed. The House bill prohibiting the making of b'ooks and soiling of pools was taken up on ilrst reading. A motion wns niado to have it referred to the committee on Agriculture and Drainage, wjitoh failed to carry . Tho bill was placed on the order of second reading. Tho bill In regard to aliens, re iitrloting their right* to acquire and hold real and personal property, was taken up for consideration per special order. Senator Johnson moved to have the consideration postponed to the same hoar for one week,which was lost. The Senate refused to have the bill referred back to second reading, or to a select committee, and the roll being called tho bill passed by a vote of 35 to 3. For the MUle People. A Uny baby made. Its appearance on Cftss avenue the other day. It was n very small baby. Tho children after a time were invited in to see it ' They looked at it carefully, but it was evident that they wore not very favorably impressed with tlie new comer. After a long silence, the eldest of tho two said: "If I'd known pnpa hadn't pennies 'null' to got a big baby, I'd lent him some of my pennies that's in, my batik." "Yes, and got a fito one, and not a yed, ycd bruddor," said another voice. —Detroit Tribune. .•',..,. There Is something very beautiful in the .faith of childhood. .It was the morning of the last day of th« carnival when a seven-year old boy, in a St. Anthony Hill family, was singing around tho house in an unually happy spirit. "What makes niy baby boy so bright to-dayP" inquired the mother. Oh, "t's 'cause I asked Ootl two weeks ago to mako sister Mary well nm\ not to let me have tho measles till the carnival was over. This is the last day of the carnival, and I guess God 'membered what I said;to him.".— St. Paul Globe. , "There is » bright little colored fellow comes in my office every day," said a lawyer recently, "and tho other day his face was wreathed in smiles when he entered. I asked him what was the matter, and- he replied that a •gou'man in do aeugar store down de street, tuk a seegar. box an' done gone an 1 broke it all over me head. ' Didn't tiurt me none, anyway, an' he geb'd me ten cents not to cry,' and laughed gleefully as he held tho dimc'out in his tiand."— Philadelphia Gall. A little four-year-old girl of King, ston is troubled with a very bod temper. It must bo said to her credit that she tries very hard to control it, as the foliowirig will show: The Mother day, iceling her temper get" the'best "of her while playing with her cousin she ran to' her grandmother and said: "Grandma, I feel the black man ; again; now ['11 shut my eyes and open my mouth and you spank me on my hiuderp'ost and make him fly out.— Kingston Leader. It. was another bright little five-year- old member of a College avenue family, whoso sister had boon ill. Just as ianimio was about to kneel for his evening prayer he heard the sick sister ioll the mother that she wsis much better and thought she would be able to be up tho next toy.,' Contrary to his usual custom, the little brother omitted the «ck sister's name in tho petition for a blessing on tlio various members of the family. In explanation of the omission to the surprised mother, Samuel said: •I was going to ask God to bless her, but she said she was to got well, any- liow, F- I thought she didn't need the blessing.'.'—67. Pant Otobe. In a Denver Sunday school a few weeks ago the superintendent was talking to the little ones about the plagues of Egypt: "Now," said he, "can you tell m« what the plagues were?" There were prompt answers and all but one of tho plagues* were named. The, last one Was too much for the school.' Thinking to help out the children by suggestion tho superintendent said: "Don't you remember the other? Ol course you know what Job had." A little hand went up. "Well, Tommy, what was it?" "Patience!" piped Tommy. Ho was given a "reward of merit." — Denver Jtcpublican. A young Burlington miss was asked a day or two since whether tlio whale was a fish or animal, and said, as al) Burlington misses would, that it was an animal. When asked why, she said il was a hog when it swallowed Jonah whole."— Ihirlinglori Free Press.\ Advice for Speculators. Some of the French papers publish the following extract fromHerrliusch's work on the Gorman Chancellor: "At dinner tho other night Bismarck related that ho once tried to speculate in the funds by moans of tho 'knowledge of State secrets. Bismarck said: ' 'I received instructions at Berlin to con- *er with Napoleon on tho affair of eufchatol. It must havo been in tho spring of 1857. I was told to ask his Majesty what attitude ho intended to take up in tlio 'matter. Now, I know lie would .express'himself in a favorable milliner, and that that' fact would moan war with .Switzerland. Passing through Frankfort I called on Rothschild, and told him to soil tho shares had deposited with him, booauso there was no chance of a riso. 'That not my opinion,' ho replied; 'your ftluvrus uro good, and you will BOO it.' 'Yes, it in possible,' 1' rejoined, 'but if you know what I know you would think otherwise,' Ho objected and said he could not advise mo to soil out, but as 1 was bettor informed thah he I sold them, and continued my journey to I'nris. Napoleon was very preulso and amiable. It in true he would not grant the wish of tho King—namely to pass his troops through Aluace, because that would rousii too much discontent in France, but as regards thu rest of thu undertaking, Uu gavo his full approval. So far I had snnccuded. But, aluHl I had not reckoned on onr policy at Berlin, which In tlio interval had changed—no doubt on account of Austria. Tho project was thvrvfora given up, and war was not declared. The BlmroH I Hold roso higher and higher from thai moment, anil all that remained fur nut was a bittor regret tho were no Umgi>r mlmi,— Court AIiTOIT MARKET. TBMSOKAFH orncit, ALTON, ILL. April 23, 1887. FtOtTR. Stnnnrd'i Bo»t. in Backs .......... ....... 475 Oholco.perbu FEED. Ship stuff, per 100 fts Bran CORN. No. 2 Mixed, per bu No.3 White, " " Retail . ..... ........... HAY.* Wholesale, per ton, bailed ...... . ....... »®10 fin Retail .............................. ..... T. CORN SIKAL. Wholesale, per bu ................. . ....... no Hotall ....................................... 00 8KBD. Glover Sood, per bu,. wholesale ....... '..M 00 Timothy', " ...... . ..... ..... ..... 200 OAT8. Wholesale, pel bn .......................... 30 Retail ...... ;. .............................. ir STRAW- , Per bale .................... 40o per cwt POTATOES. Retail, at ........................... .. 80®1 ot ONIONS. Wholesale, per bu ...................... ... 1 25 Retail .......................... . ............ 1 4o SALT. ,, , Wholesale, per bbl ............ ............. 1 OJ Retail IUOE. Wholesale, per Ib .............. . Retail ............ .................. . MOLASSKb. Wholesale, per gal ............ . Retail .................... ............. 40«60 BUTTER. Oholou, wholesale, per Ib... ...... ........ SO retail ........................... 23 EGGS. Por dozen, wholesale ............. .. " retail ...................... ...... 10 OIUOKENS. Live .................... . ........... Dressed.. .................. ..... ...... 30 WOO1, Unwashed ....... , ........ ... ...... . ....... 18©20c Washed..... ................. .............. 25O800 Burry Wool, ............................ 12®lBo TALLOW. Be quality per Ib., wholesale HIDES. Greon cured, per Ib ........................ 5X®6 Dry Salted..... ..................... . ..... f. * 10 Dry Flint.... ............................... 12 HAMS. Sugar Ourod, wholesale ........... ..... retail ................... ........ 18 LAKD. Por 11)., wholesale .......................... 8 retail ........................... ID BAOOIS. Shoulders, wholesale, per Ib ........ ...... 8 " retail ........ ... ....... . ........... 30 Clear Sides, wholesale ....... . ............. 8 retail ......... . _______ ....... ;.... 11 LINE. Per bbl., wholesale.... ...... ............... 65 ' retail... .... .................. 70 Bulk per bu., wholesale, ........ .. ........ 13 " retail .......................... , 25 Louisville Cement, porbrl,,....,.....,... $i BO Plaster Paris, " " ............ . .2 60 Hair, per bushel..... ..................... 35o WOOD. * Good qr.ality, per cord... ........... 3.50 ® 4.00 COAL. House, del., per bu ..................... ... 7138 Hard, per ton .............. . .......... {6 00®7 00 ST. 1.OUU. ST. I/ODIS, April 27. Wheat—Cash and May higher; cash 8154o, May 81JJO, June 8Uic, July 78>io. Corn—Firmer; oaah 35XO35KC, May 85Kc, June 30Ho. July 87«o. Oata—Lower; cash 28e, May 27>«'o, June 28c. Provisions—Port dull and lower; Irregular new $10.68. Lard nominally lower nt JC.85.[ B Whisky—Steadvat $1.13. • Cleansed, Purified and Beautified by the Cutlcura Remedies. For cleansing the Skin and ScalD of Dlstlg- urlng Humors, (or allaying itching, burning and Inflammation, for curing the lira* symptoms of .Eczema, Psoriasis, Milk Crust, Sottly Iload, Scrofula, and other Inherited Skin and Blood Diseases, Cutlcura, the groat Skin Cure, and Outlcura Soap, an exquisite Skin Beautlflor, externally, and Outicura Resolv- ent, the new Blood Purifier, internally, are infallible. A OOMPtETJS CUKE. I hare suffered all my life with skin diseases of different kinds, and havo never found permanent relief, until, by the advice of a lady friend, I used your valuable Outicura Remedies. 1 gave thorn a thorough trial, using six bottles of the Cutlcura Resolvent, two boxes Ontlcura amifsoven cakes of Outi- cura Soap, ana the result was Just what 1 bad been told it would be—a complete euro. BELLE WADfc. Ridhmond; Va. Reference. G. W. Lattlmer, Druggist,. Richmond, Va. SALT BHEUHI JCUBED. I was troubled with Salt Rheum for. a number of years, so that tlio skin entirely came olf one of mv hand* from tho finger tips to Hie wrist. I tried remedies and dootors's roscriptions to no purpose until I com- noncod taking Outicura Remedies, and now I am entirely cured. K. T. PARKER. 370 Northampton St., Boston. DRUGGISTS KNDOK8E THEM. Have sold a<iuttntltyof yourOutlouraRem- edies. One ol my customers, Mrs. Henry Kmtz. who had tetter on her hands to such an extent as to cause the skin to pool off, and tor eight years she sviiSeieil greatly, was completely cured by the use of your medicines. 0. N. NYE, Druggist, Canton, Ohio. ITCHING, SCAX.Y, PIMPLY. For the last year I havo had a species oi itching, scaly and pimply humors ou my face to which I have applied a groat many methods of treatment without success, and which was speedily and entirely cured by Outicura. Mils. ISAAC PHKLPS, Ravenna, 0. Wo have Hold your Cutioura Remedies for tho last six years, and no medicines on our shelves give better satisfaction. 0. F, ATHERTON, Druggist, Albany, N. Y. OimoURA REMEDIES ore sold everywhere Price: Outicura,60 cents;Resolvent$1; Soap, 25 ots. Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Co. .Boston, Mass. Bend for "How to Cure Skin Diseases." • 1[iinrtICI Pimples, Skin Blemishes, and JtvUBDiUaby Humors, cured by Outl- ouraSoap. ; Catarrh to Consumption, Oatarrh in Ha destructive force stands next to and undoubtedly leads on to consumption. It is therefore singular that those afflicted with this fearful disease should not make it. tho object of their lives to rid themselves o it. Deceptive remedies concocted by ignorant pretenders to medical knowledge have •weakened tho confidence of tho groat majority In all advertised remedies. They become resigned to a life of misery rather than torture themselves with doubtful palliatives. But thlH will never do. Catarrh must bo mot at ovorv Bta«e and oombattod with all our might. In many cases tho disease has assumed dangerous symptoms. Tho bones and cartilage of the nose, tho organs of hearing, of seeing and ot tasting so alfootod 03 to be useless, tho uvula go eloiiKPtod, thothroat so inflamed and Irritated us to produce a constant ano distressing cough. Sunford's Radlcnl Cure meets every phapo of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to tho moat loathsome and destructive stages. It is local and constitutional. Instant In relieving, permanent in 'During, safe, economical and novar falling. Kaoh package contain!) one bottle ol tho Radical ciuro, one box of the Outurrhal Solvent, and uu Improved Inhulor with treatise; Price $1. Pottor Drug and Chemical Co,, Boston. KIDNEY PAINS And that wauvy, llfolvaH alt-noun fon»»'lou over present with those of Inflamed kidneys, weak back and loins, aohlne hips and eldoH overworked or wornout by disease, iloulllty or dissipation, are relieved in ouo nilnuto and Hpooaily cured by tho uutlouru Antl Pain Plaster, a now.prlglniil.elugant andtufalllblo autldoto to pain and Inflammation, At all druggists,Silo; tlvnfortl: or of Pottw Pruif to.,15oiitou. } The Importanco of purifying the blood cannot be overestimated, for without puro bluod you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every otio needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's Dnrvi 111 o v Bnrsaparllln. It strengthens rcCUIlai al ,rt ul illd« lip the system, creates an appetite, anil tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease, Tho peculiar combination, proportion, Knd preparation of tho vegetable remedies used give to Hood's SnrsiiparHla pecul- T»» If coif lar curative powers. No ' U HOC 11 oilier uicdlcluehassuch a record of wonderful cures. If you havo mado up your muid to buy Hood's Sarsnparllla do not be Induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar .Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's SarsaparlHa Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar K A S KI N E (THE tfEW QUJfNINE.) No bad effect Jto headache No nausea. ringing eks, (Pleasant,!" 111 A POWERFUL TONTC, that the most delicate stomach will boar. A SPISCJOPIC FOB MAJLABIA, RHEUMATISM, : NERVOUS PROSTRATION, ,A and all Germ Diseases FOK COLDS KASKINE HAS BEBNOTOOND TO BE ALMOST A SPECIFIC. Superior to Quinine. • , BellevueHospital,K. Y.: "Universally successful.". • ' , ("Every patient treated St. Francis Hos.K. T. < with Kaskine has been Cdischarged cured." Rev. 1 Jus. L. Hull.Chaplaln Albany Penitentiary .writes that Easktne has cured his wife, after .twenty years suffering from malaria and nervous dyspepsia. Write him tor particulars. ,• •,...( St. Joseph's Hospital; NV Y.: "It's use is considered Indispensable, It acts perfectly." Proi. VV. F. Holcombo, M.D , 54 Bast 25th St., N.Y. (late Prof. In N. Y, Mod. College) writes: "Kaskine is superior to quinine in Its specific power, and never produces tho slightest In- lury to the hearing or constitution. Thousands upon thousand write that Kas kino h»s cured them after all otheer modi cine had failed. Write for book Of testimonials. ';...- Kasklno can be taken without any special medical advice. $1.00 pea bottle. Sold by or sent by mall ou receipt of price. KASlttNE CO., M Warren St.. New York 10 dwlm ' LOOKOUT HEttE! THE'CELEBRATED QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stove ! FOR SALE AT J, HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers m STOVES AND HARDVfAKE Alsp Outside Work a specialty. Rooting and Galvanized Iron Work. Also Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS,ON HAND. COB. SECOND AND ALBY STB. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estnto of Henrlotto M. Born,deceased. • Tho undersigned, having boon appointed Executor ol tho lost will and t«&- tamont ot Henrlotto M: Born, lato of tho county of Madison and State of Illliiols,doceascd, hereby Klvos notice tliBt]ho will appear before the County Oourt of Madison county, at tho court house, In Kdwardsvllle, at the June term, on the third Monday In Juno next, at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attflnd for tho purpose of having tho nauio adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested toluiake Immediate payment to tho undersigned. Dated thin Htlj day of April, A.D. 1887. WILLIAM SON STAG, 21d4w Executor. New and Beautiful Designs Just arrived and arriving for the « Spring Trade. WINDOW GLASS i A Specialty, from .Small to Sizes. At the old reliable HOUSK-PAISTINQ and UKOORA'rma establishment of NEFF & OBERIY1UELLER, Fourth, east of Belle st. Closing' Out. lical CLOCKS and At and Below Cost Everything to be sold by 1st of May, Bargains in Watches and a general line of 1st class Jewelry. JNow is your time for,. Bargains at 's Melif Corner Third andlPiasa streets. 1887 THE lATEST !——1887. JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR PRESSURE RANGES. : .. Made in four stylos. Two and Throe liurnerflT' With Tin rind Russia Ovens. A PERFECT Air Pressure, without the elevated tank. Pressure is obtained with a welcht T , npt.with a pump. Absolutely thetsafcst; simple with no intricate parts, ""'»""' LIGHTS with oarbureUed.alr, Instead^ oil in a Orlp cup. Gasoline and Air Tanks are all of 8X Inch seamless brass tubing small connecting pipes of heavy annealed brasn with }"'!°, n couplings. One end ol tank is of glhss, showing quantity of oil in same. Cannot bo niled while burning, . The regular line of JJ2VEL STOVES AND RANGES are Improved mechanteanv and artlg- tloiilly. Large double oven for three burner Ranges; Stand pipes increased in size to one inch; with large supply valvo and trap at base. All ovens are made double or .flue lined. , • ,; up 0 <]4m PITTS & HAMILL Sole .Agents. ,r Is not a liquid, snuff or j>oir<ler. Applied into nostrils w quickly absorbed. It elca-tises the Jwad. Allays inflammation. Ht.aU the sores. Jlestorcs the senses of taste and smell. SOccnt-aat Druggist*; by mail, «jnftfera(, 00 cmls. ELY BROTHERS, Hundreds Have Been CURED By taking tUo; GREAT GOLDEN &&&&'. Testimonials ore being received dally regarding its wonderful properties. Eminent iihyslolans endorse it as tho greatest medical discovery °' tho day. The GREAT GOLDEN SEAL Is a Nerve Food* ••'• Building up the faorvous systen and ! ' tho tired brain. An , • ; \ Anti-Periodic Or Provontatlvo of Chills, Fover - and Malaria. An . Alcoholic Andidote Overcoming' the evil effects of excessive alcoholic Indulgences. A ' • i Nonalcoholic Stimulant Toning up tho ontlro system. If you arc just recovering from sickness, no known remedy will give strength and health BO fast. Prlco, $1.00 per bottle at all Druggists. THE GREAT GOLDEN SEAL DRUG CO., 54 LaSalloAv., CHICAGO, ILL.t SPRING ARRANGEMENT. The Steamer • < f Assignee's Sale, Public notice is nor ->by given that liy virtue of an order of.the county court of Madison . A. p., 1897, sell at public auction to the high- I cst bidder for cash, at tho hour of ten o'clock H. LEYHE, Master. ( E. Kosa POWELI , (Eo, BLOCK, Oloi' JLlbuu. MUU.0UU UUUlibJ', 41J1IJU1B, fX|U 1UI1UW111H described real estate, to-wit:'Eot thirteen On and after Monday, Fob. 11, the Spread Eagle will run us follows, vizi LEAVINGALTOH " ' FOR ST. LOTJIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at S p. in., daily. And leaving Alton for Portage, Jersey Landing, Oralton, and waj points every evening at 6:80 o'clock. tB-Tho WliUtle will be noumled fittoeu minutes before starting for Bt. Louis. IVAltBi To ST. I^JBIS, ... BO Rou.NBTuri' - - -78 TWENTY HIDEO' - - 5 oo V W. HILL. Acmit. Fast Freight & Passenger Line THE ST. LOUIS AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS R. It. GO'S . J. Y. HLL160N, Commander. Kp. ANSIIDTZ, j n , nr ,. 0 TIIUK Donate, I ulork8 On and after Thursdayd'ob. nth, wlllloavo Alton dally . Cominonolng Monday, April 4th, steamer Hudson wllllenvoSt. J,ouls for Alton, Port- ago, Jersey, Qrnfton and all pulnts on St. L . & C. 1. It. It., dally, except Bund ay, at 8:30 a, in.. arriving nt Alton at II a, in. Returning will leave Alton for St. Louis ut 0 :45 p. in. arriving at St, Louis at 7 :»0 In ample time for pnrtloa to attend tliimtrus, etc. Parties pur- ohuBlng round trip tickets will he furnished state rooms without extra cost. Round' trip tickets of steamer Spread Euglo or Hudson wlli:be honored by either boat for return oonnootlngwllhfastoxprcss on St. Louis and Central Illinois Railroad for Jersey villo, Wa- vorly, Bin IngHuld and all points uorth and oast. 1'AHIS. To ST. Louis, single trip, . . . BOc. " " ; round trip, . ... 76o. '• " twenty rluo ticket, . , 16.00 IIKNKY 0. TATUM, Gen. A«t. Alton. U. A. FI8UKR, Goii'l MHIIUKW. Id II (It! tho purchaser upon approval of thereport of sale by tho county court of .Madison oo, > • The ajjovo property being the present real- donee of Oapt. 1). It. Sparks. • • , , . FltANK R: MILNOR, Assignee,of the D. R. spatks Milling Co, , "__ 7w8t T WILSON WASHBOARDS. Tho»o WaBlibonrds are maflo .With a lleu« .Wood tim. The Btrone- ettboarjs and best wiwuera in th< world. For salo by all deulcTs, Take no other: ' . ' '-.- SAGINA.W 91'F'G CO., : ; Michigan. vrtliiMirowrttitlnnpfnliliiprliiaiiil >"oliil roofli. Vat • i ii i,v inqnil or iw loud. Fur prli'i'p, ntiiln>«.<l.«' II'- S.!:si'lXi *«0., Unu-rnl AKI-IIK,'40!) V««t Vu« l:..rtiu St., (Jhliiujiu, orMlt'liltfiin l-uml]vr Co. J. WILKES FORD & CO. Ill * Oil W. Wa.lilnittoii St.', (!hl«nnb, III. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS Anil I)oalor» In Uoullng MatorlnU. Ourlfu- nll l , v,, -cas uildings in Ohlcago at a ow- er price than Tin or Iron, and warrant our roofs for nvo yours; Wo also sell uiatovlftlB 1 with full inBtrnution how to do the wnrit or furnish an experienced man. uptfidly 200 BAGS H1OGINS' FUREKA FINE SALT, For Dairy and Table Use, Ib, linen stvoks and 50 Ib, for .sale by

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