Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 30, 1887 · Page 2
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w< AMOK DAttT TELEGRAPH. BY W. T. NORTON, Cor. Third and Plan* gtre«t«, Alton, 111 SATURDAY EVE., APKIL 30. 0. Win. t'nrtis'Opinions. T The groat Mugwump Panjandrum, Goo. Wm. Curtis, thinks 'that Blalno will bo the next President, at leas', wo learn thi« from reading between the lines au interview with him reported in the Cincinnati Enquirer. In reply to the question "do you think President Cleveland will be ronominotcdP" Ho answers; "I do not see how the Democratic party can afford to ignore him. Obvi ously, if he be not fenomlnated, it will be a confession on the part of the Democracy that its h'rst Nationnl sue* cess In 26 years had been a failure. I can not tell how the parly can afford to ignore him." "Given, the», Mr. Cnrtig," I said, "his renomination do you think ho can be elected?" "I am afraid the forces which now antagonize him, in his party lines, would be powerful enough to defeat his election." "He will be antagonized by his party leaders in New York, and for this reason 1 fear he will be defeated if nominated. He is too good for the party." The great Mugwump says in reference to the manner in which the President has pleased the Independent^ P) "He meets the expectations of the Mugwumps, because, as Bolingbroko wrote of another in his day, 'he comes near beine the patriotic President.'" Does Mr. Curtis mean that the President is more patriotic than was Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, Garfield or Arthur? He has a carious idea of patriotism, for, to loyal people, Mr. Cleveland's "patriotism" seams to be of the Southern Confederacy variety, as exemplified by the acts oi his administration in rewarding ' and honoring unrepentant rebels. The last instance is a recent one. He writes a letter "regretting his inability" to attend the dedication of a monument to Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, who commanded at Shiloh and died on that bloody field while engaged in the whole* sale murder of the boys in blue, fathers, brothers, sons of the loyal people of the country, who were engaged in defending the Government. No, Mr. Curtis, such "patriotism" as evinced by our Democratic President u not appreciated by a majority of the people. Speaking of Mr. Blaine he remarks: "Mr. Blatnej is the most popular leader of bis party. There is no doubt of that, Ho has about him all of the elements which attract men to each other. 1 take it to day that he is the most popular leader, after all, in his party, and has a larger personal follaw- mg." ; -.'"• "Do you think Blame will be the Republican nominee P" I asked. "1 am afraid so. If the Convention were near at hand I' have no doubt of it." Returning to the President he reiterates his former opinion: "Still, you think Cleveland can not bn elected if nominated ?" "No, because he would encounter the same spirit of hostility within his party. He would encounter it, likewise, m thi State of New York, whore such duaf feotion is absolute peril. To elect o President—any way, the next one—thi- SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETIfltt. There will be ft special meeting of the City Council, at the Council Chamber, .Tuesday afternoon, May 3d, at which time the Mayor's inaugural address will be delivered, the appoint' trients of officers and committees announced , and such other business transacted as may come before the meeting. H. G. to'PIKK, 27dld Mayor. For Kent. On Fourth street, south side, between George and Langdon, brick house. Inquire of'Mr. Boom,adjacent house.— Alfred Browne. ' np25tf Itulldlng AttRoclatlons. To the stock holders of the Bluff City Workingmen's Building and Loan Association : E You are hereby notified that tho second annual meeting of said association will bo hold in tho Council chamber In the oily of Alton, Monday eve.. May 2d, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of electing three Directors and for such other business as may come before them. IL. FFE1FFENBEKGER, Pros. J. F. McGiNNis, See. ft . To tho stock holders of the Alton Building and Lonn Association: You are hereby notified that tho fourth annual mooting of said association will >o hold in tho Council Chamber, in he city of Alton, Tuesday evening, May 3d, 1887, at 7:30 o'clock for tho purpose of electing three Directors and for such other business- as may come before them. L. I'FEIFFENBEUGER, Pres. JOHN F. McGiNNis, Sec. Small Pox. "A member of my family vviis taken down with the small pox. 1 immediately commenced to use Darby's Prophylactic Fluid. It kept the atmosphere ol the room pure and frosh. The patient was greatly relieved, and never for a moment delirious; was not pitted, and was about' the 'house again in three weeks and no others had it."—James W. Parkinson, Ed,x-2'/ie Caterer, Phila, Pa. ...?.v, tu th s wk IUVEK HEWS. A line lloet of steamers loaves this evening: Tho Hudson, for St. Louis: Spread Kofrle, for Grafton; fluid Eagle* for Clarksville; War Eagle and Mary Morton, for St. Paul: Calhoun, for Pcona. Money to loan, on improved fhrm property. For particulars, apply to WHIFFLE & 8MU..BY. POULTRY ASSOCIATION. Last evening the members of tbo Illinois Poultry Association met at tho Central Hotel and formed a stock company for poultrymen only. The officers remain the same except that C. A. Herb was elected President. The stock was all subscribed for oxc copt ten shares at this meeting. It was decided to hold a Poultry Exhibition in Alton Dec. C, 7, 8, 9, 1887. Tho Secretary was instructed to write E. S. Comings, of Kockford, 111., und ask if he could judge our birds on I hose dates. The thanks of tho Association were tendered Capt. Sam. Williams for his kindness in granting tho uso of parlors in tho Central Hotel for the meetings of tho Association. Adjourned to meet, at tho call of tho President. J. M. GEARING, Sec'y. Tlio Importance of purifying tho Wood cannot bo overestimated, for without puro blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good modiciiio to purify, vitalize, and enrich tlio blood, nnd wo ask you to try Hood's S:\rsaymrllliv. H strengthens am i founds U p tho system, creates an appetite, and tonos.the digestion, wlille It eradicates, disease. Tlio peculiar combination, proportion, und preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparlllu pecul- "!-.» lar curative powers. No • W other mcdlclnohas such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to take nny other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is Hold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. 1OO Doses One Dollar I. 0. 0. T. Sixty-eight years ago last Tuesday five English gentlemen in tho tavern at Baltimore organized the order of "The Independent Order of Odd Fellows." Today it numbers in the United States over 600,000 members. It has disbursed since its organisation $41,000,000 in relief to members, and expended in various ways for the prosecution of its work SI 10,000,000, and has never boon more prosperous than now. — Inter Ocean. successful party must carry New York Thn Democratic leaders m New York,Including Tammany Hnll, are opposed to Cleveland, and 1 fool the conscioua- ness that they would slaughter' him at the polls." Mr. Curtis assorts that four-tilths ol the vote of the Mugwumpian contingent would be given to Cleveland in preference to Senator Sherman; also that Senator Edmunds has lost largely ol his popularity with tho same rule or ruin faction. From this wo judge that the "I am holier than thon" party has gone ovsr hook, line, pole, bob and alnkcr to the "dangerous" party, the "organization that wont out ef power ns a conspiracy against human rights" and crept back into power "as a con. spiracy f»r the spoils." Those quotations are Mr. Curtis' own words, BU.UN ituiitially. EIGHT TO ONE, jtdttor Mton Telegraph: MOLINB, ELK Co., Kan., April 20, 1887—1 see In your issue of tho 21st Inst., that orio of yeur townsmen, Mr. , having recently made a tour through the sun flower State concludes he would not give one acre in Illinois for eight in Kansas. Well I reckon evorythlne did look awlul gloomy and fortmkon just thon for 1 take It ho was hero when tho third hitch was taken on prohibition, Ths effect on many was liko that of a spider on a hot skillet, which, as Murk Twain s»ys, ls"Jlrst that of surprise and then they shrivel up." Toll Mr. — we have no relief from that quarter yet but from Heaven we have hud as refreshing, recuperating showers as ever came fr»m tibovo. If ho was hero now ho would see n splendid prospect for al) kinds of crops, (wheat is a little short). I am satlsliod if he did not reverse his 8 to 1 ho would at least make it oven. I 8. STUUUES. Enjoy WJe. What a truly beautiful world we live in! Nature £ivos us grandeur of mountains, glens and oceans, and thousands of means of enjoyment. • We can desire no bettor when in perfect health; but how often do the majority of people feel like giving, it up disheartened, discouraged and worn out with disease, when there is no occasion for this fue'l- ing, as every sufferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof, that Green's August Flower, will make them froo from disease, as when born. Dyspepsia and Livor Complaint are tbo direct causes ol soventy-fivo per cent, of such maindies us Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Costweness, Nervous Prostration, Dizziness of tho Head, Palpitation of the Heart, and other distressing symptoms. Three doses of August Flower will prove its wonderful effect. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Try it. }a8 dweow ly cleansed, Purlfled and Beautified by the Cuticura Remedies. Fr.r cleansing the Skin and Scalp of Dlstlg- ill-Ing I tumors, for allaying Itching, burning and Inflammation, for curing tho first symptoms of Bczoma, Psoriasis, Milk Crust. Scaly Head, Scrofula, and other inherited Skin and. Blood Diseases, Outicura, the great Skin Curo, and Cuticura Soap, an exquisite Skin Heautlllor, externally, and Outicura Resolv- ent, the now Blood Purifier, internally, are Infallible. A COMPLETE CUKE. 1 have suffered all my life with skin diseases of different kinds, and have never found permanent relief, until, by the advice of a lady friend, I used your valuable Cuticura Remedies. 1 gave thorn a thorough trial, uslug six bottles of the Outicura Resolvent, two boxes Outtoura anOJsoven cakes of Outl- oura Soap, and tho result was just what Ibad been told it wouM be—a complete cure. BELLE WADE, Richmond, Va. Reference, U. W. Lattlmer, Druggist, Richmond, Va. SAM ItHEDM ;CURED. I was troubled with Salt Rheum for a number of years, so that tbo skin entirely name off one of mv hand* from the finger tips to tho wrist. I tried remedies and doctors's prescriptions to no purpose nntil I commenced taking Cutloura Remedies, nnd now I am entirely cured. E. T. PARKER. 879 Northampton St., Boston. JUKUOGISTS KNDOKSE THEM. Have sold a quantity of your Cuticura Remedies. One ot ray customers, Mrs. Henry Kintz. who had totter on her hands t» such an extent as to cause the skin to peel off, and for eight years she suffered greatly, was completely cured by the use of your medicines, C. N. N YE, Druggist, Canton, Ohio. ITCHING, SCALY, PIMPLY. For the last year I bave had a species of Itching, scaly and pimply humors on my face to which I havo applied a groat many methods of treatment without success, and which was speodlly and entirely cured by Outicura. Mits. ISAAC PUELPS. Ravenna, O. We have sold your Cuticura nomedies for tbo last eix vears, and no medicines on our sbelves give better satisfaction. 0. f. ATHERTON, Druggist, Albany, N. Y. CtmooKA REMEHIKS are sold everywhere Price: Outioura, 60cents;Resolvent $1; Soap, 25 ots. Prepared by tlio Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass. Bond for How to Cure_Skln Diseases." 13TXL UJjkr«Baby Humors, cured by 6uti- cura Soap. KAS KINE (THE tfE\V QULNINE.) No bad effect No headache No nausea, NO ringing ears C""" 1 . quickly (Pleasant,*"" 0 A POWJEJRFUL TONIC, that tbo most dolloato stomach will boar. A. SPECIFIC FOB MALARIA, KHETTMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, and all Germ Diseases FOR, COLDS KAS1UNE HAS BEEN FOUND TO BE ALMOST A SPECIFIC. Superior to Quinine. BellevueHospital, N. Y.; "Universally sue oossful." ("Evorv patient treated St. Francis Hos.N. Y. < with Kasktue has been (discharged cured." Rev. Jas. L. nall.ChaJHam Albany I-oniten- tlary,writes that Ivaskfno has cnred his wife, after twenty years suffering from malaria and nervous dyspepsia. Write Mm for particulars. St. Joseph's Hospital, N. Y.: "It's use Is considered indispensable. It acts perfectly." Prot. W. F. Holcombe, U.D , 54 East 25th St., N.Y. (late Prof, in N. y, Mod. College) writes: "Kasldno is superior to quinine in its upucliic power, and never produces the slightest Injury to the hearing or constitution. Thousands upon thousand write chat Kus kino h»s cured them after all otheor medi cine had faitotf. Write for boot of testimonials. Kasklne can be taken without any special medical advice. $1.00 poabottle. Sold by or sent by mail on receipt of price. KAS1ONE CO., 61 Warren St., New York 1 ID dwlm LOOKOUT MorrUeu'H Opportunity. \V. U. Morrison is now in n position to make money for t'au five yours to oomo, without having lo spend half ho Rets ovoryltwo years to moltfy tlio voters of tho loth district. Lot us hopo ho will bo oontont with tho work thut will oomo before him, ro«ardlo9s of who rots elected school director in Wntorloo, or oonatubleln Renault precinct.— loo, III, Advocate, Dem. THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of Cooklnjf Stoves ever brought to Alton. .BUCK'S 1IU1LLIANT, tUo BEST GASOLINE STOVE! In th« market, saves time, labor and inonoy. Ths favorite summer stove with ai! Ihouso- kcoport. Allnlzoa. Otill and esauiiuo. 1 am also prupurod to do Rooflug, Guttorliig,Spoutlngand all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices, A. J. DEGENHARDT, S3» KA8T 8KCOK D BTKEKT, FUTIInOOKWKal' SFHENBY. . npilOclwlv Sheriff's l)epry Sale. Catarrh to Consumotion. Catarrh In Its destructive force stands next to and undoubtedly leads on to consumption. It Is therefore singular that those afUicted with this fearful disease should not make It. the ohjeot of their lives to rid tbemselves o it. Deceptive remedies concocted by Ignorant pretenders to medical knowledge have weakened tho confidence of the great majority In all advertised remedies. They bo- come resigned to a life of misery rather than torture themselves with doubtful palliatives. Hut this will never do. Catarrh must be mot at every stage and oombatted with all our mluht. In many oases tho disease has assumed dangerous symptoms. The bones and cartilage of the nose, tho organs of hearing, of Booing ana of tasting so uBootod as to bo useless, the uvula so elongated, tho throat so Inflamed and irritated as so produce a constant ano distressing cough. Sanford's Uadlcnl Curo moots every phuco of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to tho most loathsome and destructive stages. It is local and constitutional. Instant Hi relieving, permanent In 'curing, safe, economical and never falling. Kneli package contains one bottle ol tho Radical Cure, one box of tbo Outarrhal Solvent, and an Improved Inhaler with treatise; 1'ricofl. rottur Drug and Chemical Co., Boston. THE OELE.CKATED QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stove ! Jennie B. TB. S Execution No. S9». Franklin Dopry. ) Foe bill No. By virtue of an.exuoutlon.ln this case Issued out ot the clerk's olllco of the Circuit Court ol Mudluon oounfy.llllnolsi directed to the Slier Iff ol said coiinty,I havo levied upon all thu right, title andi Interest [of thu ilofondant In and to the following property, situate in the county of Mudlsou and State of Illinois, and described ua follows, to- wit: ,T WO , , '1 5 J rodH °" °' tbe north ildu of lot No. five (S), In block No. six (0), In E. Lonu'ii addition to tho town of Upper Al- toiii »'>«. also, two (2) rods off of the south »lde otl;nNo.Hlx(li), lu said block No. six (0) In said addition. Said two (•>) pieces of laud fronting four (4| rods on Main street In mild town and running back eastwardly tho entire depth of said lota, and situated' In the townot Oppor Alton, in tho county of Mndl- •on, In thomntoof Illinois, which I will expose at 1'ubllo Balo, to thu highest bidder, for Oil imiDAY, T1I12 TVVKNTIKT1I DAY OF MAY A. 1)., 1SS7, * between the hours of w o'clock in the forenoon und mmdown: to-wlt: at 10 o'clock, a. m,, of HHld cluy, in front ot thu north front l l?,°n rn °'« "l? Clly " u " "»!'"'"«. In tho city of Alton. In the ouiinty and Stuio aforesaid to UKUI oxeciiflon toother with co»U, if n 81 " irlff , 01 UmlUo'n o'oBiity, ill. F, CKOWB, Deputy. Jj Old OP TUB TAKE ADVANTAOK BOOM. l'artloslnlondln«tobuy ikinl Estate in the olty ol Alton or vlolnlty will find It to their Interest to oull ut thaolUoeol Kuaorshausen ft Sonuug and exumluo thulr list of proportion for sale as only a part thereof U udver- KIDNEY PAINS And that weaijy, lifeless all-gono sensation over present with those of Inflamed kidneys, weak back and _ loins, aching hips and sides overworked or wornout by disease, debility or dissipation, are relieved In one minute and speodlly cured by tho uutlcura Antl Pnln Plaster, a now, orlglnnl.ologant and Infallible antidote to pain and Inllammation, At all druggists. 86c; live for $1; or of Potter Drue to., HoHton. PIASTER'S SALE. State of Illinois—St. Olslr oou»ty. Of tho Boptombur term, A. 1>. 1880, ol tho St. Olair County Circuit Court. John N. Clinton vs. Thomas Ohllton, Goorgo Chilton. James Olluoroy, Itobort W. Dlckormon, Elizabeth Ann Williams. Uorotliy.Burn.ThomiwiUiirn. .lames Jlurn, Barbara Ferguson, Sarah Jiuie Burn, William Burn, John Thomas Burn, Dorothy Ann Burn, Isabella Burn, Jamen Burn, and Henry K. Olmlloner, Executor of thollast will and testmont of John Chilton, deceased. Illll for sale of r«>al estate. Under and by virtue of the decree of said court, mado In the above entitled cause, at sum term, I, tho undoi-slgned, will, on SATUHDAY, JUNE 4, IBS;, ut nnd on the promises horolnftor described, soil to the highest and bOBtblduortholollow? Ing dosurlhod lana, situated In tho saldooun ty ol Madison and State of Illinois, to-wlf The wont fourth of tho southeast quarter oi tho northwest quarter, containing ten (10) acres, and tho oast half of tbo southwest quarter all In nootlon thirty (30) In township nix (B) north range nine (0) wait. Appraised value, $1,780.30, Balo to ooimmmoa at two o'clock. i>. m TKUMSOr-SALE; Twenty percent, of the pumhaHO money to be paid down In cinh. nnd the balance on a credit of six and twelve uioii.!-H, scoured by a note and apBrovca wiourUy, and a mortKRtfo on tho pruinlsus sold, on tho execution of which, and unon aoufiruintloii of said sale, I will exec to und deilvur ttdood to tho purouuvaroriiurahiuari of tald land, as by said decree I urn tllrootou conviiylng ail the right, title and oliilmof the mil.) parties In saldsuit to laid premises, ALON/,0 S. tVII.DKRUAN. M w wi?iS tl H! l i tn " luoury °' '" ttla < ! <"'"ty- M. w. WKIU, Hoi. ivpjodltwta losing* Out. CLOCKS and SILVERWARE. At and Below Cost Everything- to be sold by 1st of May. Bargain sin Watches and a general line oil 1st class Jewelry. JMow is your time for Bargains at 's Jeielry Corner Third and Piasa streets. 1887—THE LATEST !—1887. JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR PRESSURE RANGES, Mado in foVir styles, Two nnd Throo Humors, With Tin and Russia OvOno, y • £?f ui T ^'r^'esBure, without the elevated tank. Pressure Is obtained with a weight. °n« V -£ pump - Absol "toly the safest; •simple with no intricate parts. . *"am, '•S'-'-h carburotted lllr ' inPtfnd of oil In a orip cup. GuBOlluo and Air Tanks ore all 3),'inch seamless brass tubing small connecting pipe: " ol is ol heavy annealed brasn.wltli '"••• of oil In same.. Cannot lined. STOVES AND RANGES are Improved mechanically and artls- ren for tUreo burner lltmaos; Stand pipes Increased In size to upply valvo and trap at base. All ovens are made double or flue PITTS & BAMILL, ;_i:__Sole: Agents. ELY'S (JltEAM ]}AI.M In not a liquid, muff or -powder. Applied nto noHtriti ft quickly abmi-lcd. It elmnseo he /lead. Alltii/s injlammcition. JTtals the ores. Restore* tlic senses of taxte and smell CO cents at Drugytah; by wmtfj regialo-ca, 60 ce.nta. ELY BROTHERS. EAGLE PACKET COMPANY. FOK SALE AT J, HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers in STOVES AND HARDWARE Also Outside Work a specialty. Roollnu and Galvanized Iron Work, Also Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND. OOK. 8BOOKP AND ALBY BIS. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Ketato of Honrletto M. Born,deceased, . Tho undersigned, having boon np pointed Executor of tho last will and testament ot Jhmrletto M. Horn. L ftte °/,,,. tho , °°"» t y of Madison and State of llllaois.docoascd, hereby i{lveu notice thutjho will appear before tho County Court of Mad son county, at tho court house, in Kdwardsvillo, attfio June term, on the third Monday In June next, at which time all persons havlnif claims against said estate are notlHod and requested to attend lor the pnr- noso of having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said ostnto aro requested to'umke Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated thin Uth day of April. A?D,1 Sidlw 18H7 WILT-IAlii'sONN-i-AG,' Executor. Now and Beautiful Designs Just arrived and arriving /or the Spring Trade. WINDOW GLASS j A Specialty, from Small to ni-ni'S, A°I'.I « r /' J '"! jl ? , ,' 'OUSE - I'A INT1 NO DfcCOKATINIj ostubllBlimont ol and NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle st. fnbllil.'lm SPRING ARRANGEMENT _ The Steamer r & o3 2 CD ft DQ a. LJCYHK, Master. On and after Monday, Kob. 11, tbo Spread Hundreds Have Been CURED By taking tho GEEAT GOLDEN SEAL. Testimonials arc being received dolly regarding Its wonderful properties. Eminent tihysloluns endorse It as tho greatest medical discovery of tho day. Tlio GREAT GOLDEN SEAL Is a Nerve Food, Building up tho nervous systou and tho tlrod brain. An Anti-Periodic Or Preventatlvo of Chills, Fever and Malaria. An Alcoholic Andidote Overcoming tho ovll effects of excessive * alcoholic indulgences. A NonAlcoholic Stimulant Toning up the entire system. If you aro just recovering from sickness, no known remedy will glvo strength and health BO fast. Price, $1.00 per bottlo at all Druggists. THE GREAT GOLDEN SEAL DRUG CO., 54 LaSalle Av., CHICAGO, ILL. => Kowwhcn tlio buds begin to 8huvv, 'TIs tlmo for young and _ olil to know That Jto««, iassf Judo nnd nil Tho Ills nt IntUgntiont call, Wltli every trouble, ncho . or puln, ThatfoJIows In tho BMoui Will scatter llko tho'thloves of night Before a drau j E. noSSPOWBLI, (En. FOR ST. LOUIS Jw 7 °l° look *• Pa '""} St. Louis on return trip at S p. in,, daily. And leaving Alton foi SJ} 1 ?!? 0 ' Jor8 °y Bunding. Gwilton. and waj polntn every evening nt 5:30 o'clock. *3,Tlie Whistle will be flonmled fifteen minutes before starting for at. Louis. To ST. Lcuw, l - F ^ K *' Rotwi) TRIP - - TWMMTY RIDBII 1 . . (s o5 tt W. HILL, Aiiont. Past Freight & Passenger Line TUB ST. LOUIS AND CENTItAL ILLINOIS «. U. OO'S 1'AI.AOK 8'JKAMlSIt J. V. KLI,l60N, Commander. El>. AN8IIUTX, ),-,,„,, TllUK D01IOK, I 0| 01'ks. On uml aitoi- Thursduy.Kob. 17tu, will leave iton cluliy Comintnioing Monday, April <th, steamer ludson wlllleiivoSi. LouUlor Alton. I'ort- go, Jorsoy, Grafton and all points an St. L, « C, 1. It. K., dully, except Sunday, ut 8.'3H u. i., nrrivliiK at Alton at II n. in. Uaturnlnu •III leave Allon for St. Louis at 5:45 p. in. rrlvlng at St, Louis at 7:30 In ample time for artlua lo attend thoatrss, «to. Pnrtlos pur- InisiiiK round trip tldkotM will be funilshed ato rooms without extra ooHt. Itound trip fkS M ,"' Btol "' lu ' 4 Spmud Kuglo or Hudson r lli;bn honored by either boat lor return onnuotlnir with fast express on St. Louis and entral Illinois llullroad lor Jorsoyvillo, Wu- erly, SpilUKllnldand all points norlli and O ST. LODIH.slliRlotrlp, " " round trip, . " ^ 0 V nt ?,. I ;i','.". t ! ( ; l " )t '/ . , A. fiOc. 7Ba, J5.0U ll'l MlllHlK<l|'. flllliltl "WANTED take orders for choice nu AT ONCE, A UK- LIABLE MAN" to .WflTNKY, .Nursuryrnan, lioohu,tor,N.V. . WILSON WASHBOARDS. These Wn«hboatd« me mado with a lleut .Wood rim. The Strong- e«t boarjs and best wulitn In the •fforlil. Por gala t>y oil d<mle». Tnkenootlior. SAWIIVAW M'F'.O CO., Michigan. cu ^?o^KOOFING iTE PAINT II- V I JCi'" r « olu ' > 'iv 1 'S'iiV 0 '' OweiJ.iKui **t-i Olileiigo, urJUIvlilituu niotul rooft. Fov , nildrant). GJL- J.WILKES FORD & CO. mm^iS 11 Wl W »«'«'"Kt»n St., tthlcilBO, III. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS vo i'V b ° 8t nmiltty o( Fait and i ,ll 1 , 0 8UU "> "» «" «so on all ho llrst-uluSB buildings In Chicago nt a low- erprloiit ImnTlnor Iron, and warrant our »i!,*f°ft i lvo youl ' 8 ' Wo ' ll "° B0 " muhirlBis with full liislructUin how to do the worn or tU'nlslMinoipurlonaod nian, apifidly FUREKA FINE SALT, For Dairy aua I'ftble UHC, ln! Ib. Hiiou Bucks and 50 Ib. HiickH, for sale by J. A.HYBIE,

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