Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 2, 1887 · Page 4
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Alton, Illinois
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»f - ,f ,-", Ml" DYSPEPSIA l^^^iUjSluiT^^^^J^irtTjirtii^l'''!!!!!!'!"^ 'I Tf *~ THE * ^BESTTOHIC ° Heart tkn I Uii gnu i4eiunm fa tt««- fci»tJj. Aim conrider it • nfeoiUd umlo ad** nf C&roH Cisort, >*+r mort elMnfil twIV rown'i too Bttlxn .(or AMOK PAILT (RntwrM Matter a« th« P. at Alton, 111.) MONUAY EVE., MA! RETRIBUTION. BY "THE DUCHESS." "The CHAPTER XI. thing in bow to discover him. I Brand, nervously, vrhp 1* easily swayed. | "There are other servant* in the boose besides Brown; and people come and go "Ko one comes and goes except Miss Roche; you would not euspect her, 1 suppose?'' My» MIMcent coldly. "I really could not form an opinion. You forget 1 have not had the pleasure of an, intrudactiun to Miss Roche." There Is a slight return of his sneering tone here—the tone that had driven her to pas'lonAte anger during that Interview at the iast dance she had attended. She has utrt flt to forget that scene, and so haa he: but }n»t now she Cs strongly reminded of it. Mrs. Brand, scenting tula- Thos< fellows nowadays are so difficult j chief in the air, comes to the rescue. to tineArth, and otir detective system is so '• "Tut," says she,' "what an absurd pal&fallj-Inefficient." i question to arise! l^ct Miss Roche's name "I don't want him," says Mllllcent, I alone, I must say. Mlllicent, you *how jwhol« looking very pretty add fragile j ljut fjnestiuu.-iMc taste when "yo" <' ri H? in her Invalid cown of white cashmere j your little friend's name into such an DOIL iNCERTS Hamlin's Wizard Oil. Neuralgia, Toothache, Headache, Earache, Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat, Lame Back, Stiff Joints. Contracted Cords, RHEUMATISM, Sprains, Bruises,; Boms, Fever -Sores, Wounds, Old Sores, Chilblains, Frost Bites, Sore MIpplos, Caked Breasts, and All Aches and Pains, «e qalekl; rellsri-d bj thl» raaKtcal remwjj. Irj K once «ncl ycm wilt nerer be witb'mt It. fv/r sale t>r o all . . ft\ff. tMf. oar Soxo KIKIK tree to Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY. CHICAGO REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT, -ay- Eudersnausen & Sonntag. For Sale. A convenient aart pleasant borne at a reasonable figure, being a two- story frame houaa on Eighth street, near Henry. For Sale. A choice .farm of 220 acres, with first cl&sa mprovementa, gltaated 2W mile* .east of Bnuuwhtfc. Ohariton CO., Mo. for B«le. Aone-«tory frame dwelling house tn good condition. In Topping's addition to Alton. For Sale Cheap The residence of Cape W. P. oble: two •tortes and mansard roof): 13 room,, i hall*. eloaeu, cellars, etc. : 8 acres of groan Mort desirable property in the city. F»r Hale. IW&creaof land near cltyflmlts* Sw ... two story brtck and frame dwe* r"i nonse, both «iraat«d on tbe easi • " o Jiate street between ctb and 7th meets- so tbe brick block ol storts on Secon street, between Henry and Bldge street oown as Hunt«r r > row. JCor sale. A >maU framed ...JHK house within n ne Dlocksofthsd rniofKli. 160 acrea< f good tannlna land, and another traet of 300 acres, both unimproved. Situate In Mori : co., Kansas, at tip and J1S per acre lespectlvely— one -third cfltb.balanoe on time. STor Sale. A larm of 140 acr<a on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Madison, in this county. A good two-story frame dwelling house on It. Price TOT Sale. A .choice farm of 120' acres, situate l ratio south of Shlpman, Macoupln county, 111., at » low figure. • c«_ A farm, consisting of 140 acres of good land situate within 2 relies o! Upper Alton, suita • bio for dairy purpooes. Cheap. Wffl.1. KLUNK Metalio Cases, Caskets And Burial Robes UaFor L»dlo«, Gtentlemeo and Children. Office and Shop on State street OverRarl > Livery Stable. Will atuiid to Job Workand BepaUixui rnrnltara. [as : A. J.HOWELL, -OKALEBJ/I.V- FURNITURE! g A Full and Complete . Stock *' «X>N8TANTLY ON HAND, ALL OBDKV VOU i SUPHOLSTERING Ne»tly and promptly executed. Bollo st., bet. Third and Fourth. —AiSO— ltK.HII>KNUK COIt. HTATKA HKVESTIi and lace. "I only want ray sapphires. I was paying to ar.n'.ie only this morning what a very rcmarkable-.thing it is, that both J.i'ly Valworth—yonr mother— and I should have been made a prey of boriclars." "Odd! The game thought struck me only this morning." gays Granit, show- Ing all his white U-eth us Tie smiles. j ("Whnt a bite he could give," thinks his fiancL-e, watching him.) 'Quite a coincidence, eh? Hat it most be acknowledged yonr loss IB even greater than hers. Those Happhtres were unrivaled, and will fetch a high price anywhtre." j "Your loss, too, Granit,'' lays Mrs. t-Brand. "Yonr future wife"—with a smile at MHJicent—"will ta-e a little of j her prestige now she has ceased to be the possftisor of these famoua jewels." "My future wife,'' saya Grnnit gracefully, "will not need the addition of any Jewels to make her tbe most beautiful woraan in England." "Ye gods!" cries Miss Grey, springing suddenly to her feet and rushing across the room t/> a mirror. "Am I that> The most beautiful woman in England! Am I that now, my good Granit.' Or is it the fact of being your wife that will make me so?'' "Xow, of course. And then, too, I hop«." "Wrong now, at all events, my friend," after an exhaustive examination of her pretty form in the mirror. "I know some one at this very moment who Is unspeakably betttr worth looking at than I am." ' "Ijidy Landing?" "Xo! I prefer myself to her. I was thinking of my little friend—my youthful instructress—Kadine Roche. By the bye, what a singular thing that you have never seen her." "Quite as singular that she haa never seen me." "She did—once." Boyle turns straight round and looks at her. He bad been teasing the parrot up to this. Though he does not speak, something in his face compels her to answer him as though he had done so. "Yes—once, really; so you are not aa unknown to fame as you imagine." "She told yon so?" "She cohfessed aa much. But, as yon seem modest about it, perhaps it will comfort you to learn that what she did see was only the back of your head, and a bit of your nose. You know, if yon will wear your nose so long you cannot expect it to altogether escape observation." Granit laughs. "So that was all she saw? She can have no idea then what a good looking fellow I am," he gays, with a mischievous shrug. "Not the slightest. Your persistent refusal to oblige all yonr admirers by sitting to a photographer has put it out of my power to give Xadine some faint idea • of your charms." "Just as well; she mlgh,t have been overpowered by them," returns Granit, whd has gone back to his task of reducing the parrot to a stole of frenzy. "Not that I believe in photographs," goes on Millieent. "There is I^etty Lumsden, she looks like a Venus on cardboard—like a dairymaid in the flesh." "To say nothing of Mrs. Denby, who looks like a saint in the flesh, and like a Bacchante, as portrayed by Dessemains. I'm rather glad I'm out of it. I rejoice to think my face is still my own. Photos" —with a curious little laugh—"are dangerous." "If every one thought that the detectives would be oftener at fault than they are," says Mrs. Brand. "Photographs 'iave been the means of bringing many criminals to justice." "As I have said—they are dangerous," replies her nephew. "I wish we had some picture of the wretch who has robbed Millieent." "But you see you hnvcn't." "You take it very easily—yet yon must regret the jewels, Granit," says Mrs. Brand, fretfully, who Is of opinion that nothing now should be thought of but tha irreparable loss her nieco has sustained, and who regards the present frivolity as being distinctly in bad taste, considering nil things. Indeed, she would have considered it hardly out of place If some one had pulled down the blinds mid put muffling on the knocker. "I assure you I do not regret them. I have nothing to regret," returns he, laughing lightly. Then he looks at Mil- llccnt. "How can I find room for regret when I see my cousin safe and well?" Millieent is as touched by his manner as it would be possible for him to move her. "Certainly he bears the loss of those jewels very well," she says to herself; "and he used to be their most extravagant (uluilrer. .Sometimes it irritated me to think hu looked npon them with a pro- prietorial eye, but after all I believe 1 wronged him. If they were still in my possession or In his he could not be more unconcerned." •• ' She gives him a. Httlo kindly glance as n reward for this, which seems to afford him norno secrvt amusement. "The thing thnt puzzles me," goes on Mrs. Brand, who cannot keep her mind off the subject, "is how the miscreant got in. Certainly Brown confesses he is not In the habit of putting up the chain ttt night—a most reprehensible negloct,for which 1 have severely cenSurod him; but, admitting thnt, I do not see how the burglar could have had a door key exactly 1'ke oura. It Is one of u most peculiar pattern; poor Mr. Brand unite pi-tried hini- wUonlt." "The more peculiar, the easier to take an Impression of it," says Grunlt, "To take an Impression?—to got a fal«e key nmUe? But tuat means you would suspunt tho servants. I could not do that; they ore all old servants—old frieiuU, Indeed, I might almost say." "You are like my mother. Shu will not believe the iwrrutu wure implicated la HIB diamond robbery at Vnlworth; yet If »he hart Uikcn my advice a recovery might huvo Ix'tm effected. Mind, I do not say It would," says Capt. Hoyle, who Humnti di'ti-riiiliii'd to give everyone A chance; "I mily nay it might." "Hut—but surely you would not attach miHplcluii to Brown!" nays MrH. alTair, I cunld. tell you something more to the purpose, but mum. mum, cinrn la the word." "Oh. auntie, you hnve heard something'," cries Millieent, pouncing down upon her. "You have had news, and, naughty woman thnt you are, you have hidden it from me. Come* out with itt Your blood will be upon your own head if you delay for anolheY moment." "But i injure you, my dearest girl" "Your dearest girl is disgusted with your duplicity. Come, speak, I say. One, two—thrt«? will be yonr death signal. Granit, do you take no interest in the proceedings? Are yon not longing to bear of the capture of the capturer of my sapphirci..'" She is kneeling beaide Mrs. Brand, having thrown her arms coaxingly around her. so cannot see Granit's face, but she can hear bis laugh. "Yes; let us know what kind of a fellow he if," he ?ays. "Nonsense! Of course it has not come to that yet, but there is a clew—a strong clew; And oddly enough, the detective tylls me they tielieve our burglar is the very one who bad a h&nd in abstracting your mother's diamonds"—she is speaking now to Boyle; "that struck me as being very remarkable," "Looks as if it was some one connected with the family. You will bear me out that I have all along directed attention to the servants," says Granit- "It is a thousand pities this clever detective of. yours was not called in at the Talworth affair. I blame myself very much for recommending Simpson, who really did nothing, so far as I can hear," '"They are attaching a good deal of importance to the handkerchief Dr. Thesby took into his possession. They have discovered somethting about that" "Indeed. It was a common handkerchief, I think you told me." "Quite coarse." "Well, yon could hardly expect a burglar to have a cambric onel" Granit seems amused. "My burglar was not a common mac, whatever your mother's may hare been," interposes Millieent. His voice I cannot describe, because it wa3 distinctly feigned; but something in his whole air forbade the thought that he was of the lower classes. I cannot explain; I must only ask you to try to understand and follow me." The miscreant!" ejaculates Mrs. Braad, indignantly. "In spite of all I really confess to a feeling of sentimental regard for him," says Millicent, gayly. He might have murdered me, but he refrained; and he was so far removed from nny suspicion of meanness that he actually forced a gift upon me ere he left. Consider that, auntie, and be more lenient In yonr abuse." "I dare say you will persuade yourself by degreess that he fell in love with yon," says Mrs. Brand, -who is a little offended at any jesting oti so solemn a subject. "And why not,'then? Am I not of a presence sufficiently noble to enthrall this modern Turpin?" Miss Grey demands this saucily of her aunt. "Look out for yonr laurels, Granit; there is a rival in the field." "I know it, if you allnde to Massar- eene," replies he in a whisper, too low for Mrs. Brand to hear. Miss Grey colors vividly. "Yon mistake," she says, coldly. "I was alluding to the burglar." "Ah! of him I could never feel jealous," returns he, easily. "Of tha,t you may be positively certain." He is still regarding her with a gleam of sarcastic amusement in his eyes, that puzzles her and baffles her to read, when the door is thrown open and Mr. Massar- eene is announced. Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Boscbee'a German Syrup to let its wonderful qualities be known to their friends m curing Consumption, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and in (act all throat and lung diseases. >io 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 the poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, and no one case where it failed was reported. Snch a medicine as the German Syrup cannot bo too widely known. Ask your druggist about It. Sample bottles lo try, sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75 cents. Sold by all druggists ana dealers, m the United States and Canada. ' jsSdweow ly Hall, gentle Spring. Hail, eentle spring! But no more snow storms at present, If you please. Just take it out in hailing.— Ex Come, gentle spring, ethereal mildness, come. I mean the Ulce Coil Spring, with which you bam Over tbe roughest roads, and laugh to ceo How small a thing can give you so much glee. dwlw The Illinois tish law, between the 25th day of Fobroary and tbe 15th day at June, makes it unlawful to capture black, green, silver or white basi, pike, pickerel, salmon, croppy or green bass, santish or sun perob or other fish commonly known as game fish in »ny way except with hook and lino, under penalty of a fine of not less th»n $fi or more than $30 and costs, and {or » second offense any sum of not exceeding $100 and ooata. Hon to (Jain Flesh and unu~Str«ipth Us« after each meal Scott's Bruul« eion; It Is as palatable aa milk and oas. lly digested. Delicate people improve rapidly with its uae. For Consumption, Throat affections and Bronchitis It is unequalled. Dr. Thos. Prim, Ala., says: "Iused Scott'* Kraulaionon a Child eight months old; ho gamed four pounds in a month." mwa wit 1m There i? a possibility in England of the imposition of ft popular ta\, a thing almost unknown. The prnjxx-itiou is to impose a t:i\ of Jt'3 a yi'.-u- on nil foreigners working in England, which would incrc.iM' tin- rpvcntu- half a million sterling. Tin- titx would b^iimed principally at the O»;rn>a»», who art- becoming j*i|iu!:tr its servant, and have quit'; s-upplantnl the Engli-h in large hotels. The Maino ajrri.-uUanil ivtlleg*.' has 233 gnwlu.-.ti'* and 1W) ."JuiU'iits this ypar. The jjovfrnmfiit endowment fund amounts to $j:}!.300. ex-(itiv. Coljurti haviiijr UKTe;i?c<l tho fund by $100,000. Tln» -t:iu- .-ipproprwtions amount to f 1?, ;u;t! thi> j oar's legislature will ix- riskM ti> appropriate $27,350. Last \c:;r's linnni.-ial »tat«;- m«nt shown ;i heavy lo?«, resulting from dii«!ise«l »!i>ck. Their Boslnns Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of trade at K. Marsh's Dreg | Store as the giving awty to his easterners of so many free trul bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Hu trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from tbe fact that it always cares and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and '.all throat and lung diseasis quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a tnal bottle free, large size $1. Every boUle warranted. my 1 d w 1m Brace Up. You are feeling depressed, year ap> petite is poor, yon are bothered with headache, yon are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace np, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which'have for their basis very cheap bad whiskey, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave yon in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, atatV healthy acvion of Liver and Kidneys, restore yonr vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at E. Marsh's Drug Store. my 1 dw 1 m Bncsien'8 Armea Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cnta, braves, sores,vx-ers, salt rheum, lever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, qr money refunded. Price 25 ceats per box. pV>r sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. ' mch7dwlm Trying to Catch Up. ts Herr Most within? Yes, sir, but he's very busy. His enforced confinement has put him way behind with his work. Then I can't see him? Not now, sir. He has given orders that he must not be disturbed until he has finished the second teg.—.W T. Sun. j SPECIAL flAVORIln fiCTRACtS KAnwtrRiR • nAvora MOST PERFECT MADE , Strength, and Dr. Price's Biking .Powder contains - Es'tracte, V«ams,"Eenion, etc^ fl»tor delldoosly, MXF &i#ZV£ SWWBnXL Sffctso. A*o Sr. teva. Letter trens the ex^Shenff of Chan- tanqna County, 5ew York. MATVILLE, N. Y , Dec., 1, 1?85—I am glad to say, from a long personal experience with Allcock's Porous Plasters, that I am able to endorse all the good things that have ever been said about them, and supplement those by saying that I frankly believe their value cannot be estimated. Their breadth of usefulness is unlimited, and for prompt and sure relief to almost every ache and pain that flesh is heir to, no other remedy, in my opinion, either external or internal, equals them in certainty and rapidity. I have njed them at one time for rheumatism, another for backache, again for bronchitis, always with the same result—a speedy cure.—L. T. Harrington. That feeling of weariness, so often experienced in the spring, results from a. sluggish condition of the blood which being impure, does not quicken with the changing season. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, by vitalizing and cleansing the blood, strengthens and invigorates the system. dwlw Lucas Pfeiffenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, Office onTliird St.,one door west of Piasa, third floor. sliding Detachable Springs. {&- Better than Wbalebone or Itorn*J& and guaranteed never to break. Price, $1.25. I « «*'« by Itiding wboltiale and retail ctub. MAYER, STROUSE&CO. 413 Broadwny, N. V,, Manufacturers. TAHJE ADVANTAGE OP THE BOOM. I'artlea Intending to buy Iteal Estate in tUe city ol Alton or vicinity will find It to their ImoniBt to call at tlieoulcool Itu<lorslmu»uii A Honiit»K and examine their Hut ol proportion (or milt) u« only a purt U>ereol U advor- »|M(Uwtf WHIPPLE& SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, I LOAN AGENTS, « KEHRE3KNTING TTTE FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: IHB. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Phlladelyhla; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; X^ancashire, Manchester, Eng.-, Continental; Gtrard; Glens Falls, Amercan Central; Firemen's Fund, Western Assurance Co. AND OTHJEBS:A OA8H CAP1TAI IN THE. AGGREGATE OF §20,000,000. WE AbSO RKPaBSKNT THE Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Lite and Accident Ins. Co..Hartford. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, COT. Third and State Bts. for Sale. Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth and Twelfth streets. WHIFFLE & SMILEY. Sor Sale. Lime kiln, In good running order, with quarry and 12 acres of land, more or Jess, known &i the SheUy tract. WHIFFLE 4SMILEY. For Rene. A two story brick dwelling known as the A. Plan homestead; lately pat In good repair. WltCPFLE i SMILEY. Fine Residence for Sale. The late R. DoBow homestead, now owned by JL is. Underwood, situated on line of horse railway. In Upper Alcoa; 11 rooms, bath room, furnace, and good out buildings, two acres of ground, will be sold at a bargain. Possession given on completion of sale. WHJPPLE & SMILEY. For Beat. Two-story house and good stable on Common street. Good fruit. WHIFFLE A SMILEY. For Sale or nent. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs S. J.Dutro. WSIPPLEASMTLEY. .For bal» The late residences of J. J. and W. B. Mitchell, on Mill St., two o{ Itu best pieces ol residence property In Altoe. Tne property known as "The ParB, east of above; If low on H1U and Summit streets, ana a number ol OH In Miller * Mitchell's addition to Alton. Any or all of above at agreat bargain. WTUPPLE A SMILEY. For Sale. A 7-room briak dwelling and out buildings OB Thud gtrtet, between Cherry and Vine. WHIFFLE &8M BY. For Beat. Late residence of M. J. Koonan on State jtreet. known as the A. Platt place. Goods room brick house. In first class repair. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. for cue. The Merrlman property on State «tree In Miller A Mlchell's add., to Alton, IX story house, 8rooms and out-buildings; all in per- fectorder. Can be had at a bargain. WHIFFLE £ BMILBY. For gale or Bent. The ?-9tory frame dwelling with 9 rooms Including 7 lota; good barn and fine fjiilw known as the Nichols homestead, situated on 12th St., In a deslraole neighborhood. . WHIFFLE A SMILX Y. Desirable Konlcieuces for Hale, A two story brick dwelling on State streat known as A. Flatt homestead, lately put in good repair. A two awry frame dwelling on Main street, nearly now. A two story brick dwelling on Seventh street, all for sale at a sacrifice, owner having decided to gr y»" WHIPPLE 4 SMILEY Jfor Hale. The Woodroof property. A 3 story frame house of 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton streets, o 4 room frame house ou FKth'strnot. . WHIFFLE A SMILEY^ For Sale. Seven lots with good brick dwelling and outbuildings, In good repair, In Upper Alton. Residence of o. E. Collins, and known na the Merrill property. WUU'l'LE & SMILEY, Alton, or I). W. Collet. Uppsr Alton. Patents. To ny persons wishing to obtain lettei patent 01. new Inventions, iinprovementa. o designs, I will execute drawings and epeolfi Mfj2?,? m ?S d ,i maV , e •PPUe««ojw lor Patent* All oougultatlon, Inperaoaorby Utte , tree Ll'CAS PFE11TBNBERGKR, . 111. TAiqiD llOUJQCUQlt T.fty, A CUT A ffllRriilltiHKl • (ir ni/iiiuu rufnuda<f HnM >!»7iH,.?,,iKi**Sr.iS?'»i?.?_9i" I '»J! Afore Ftiett. STERUSO, ILL,. ; August 22, 188& TTe feel we must WHIC Bomethine of th* of Hop Binett. Thelt sale thribhle that of. nnv: other>rticle of . e. cine. Hcndetre feel it,bnt,justlce to yon and yonr Bitters «5 soy that It li a to cu|. cine of real inr>rit andr virtue, and doiot much good and effecting great cure*. 6 , Omo, Feb. 11, im. I am very glad to Mr I have tried lion .Bitters, and never took anything that dlft roens much good. I qnly.tooktwo hottica and I would not take' r f tOQ for tha good they did me. 1 recommend them to jny patients, and get the best of results from their use. C. B. MERCKR, 3I.D. XE^ HAVKT, Oxw., Sept. 15, IS&i, We take pleasure iti giving you a notico and a nice, strong cue, as it (Hop Bitten) -deserves it. • We mo it, and we know it deserves it.— The Rtgiitvri, 188fi. HOP BiTTBns Co. : , Sirs — I was given up by the doctors to die of scrofula consumption. Two bottles of your Bitters cured me. They arc having a large sale here. ;-.'... ' mtOY BREWER GREENuricn, 2? Y., Feb. '12, ISSi. Hop Bitters are the inostyalflabletnedi. cine I ever knew. 1 should not have any mother now but for them. HEXKYKNAPP. LOSE JACK, 3Io., Sept.14, 1885. I have been using Hop Bitters, and have received'great benefit from them for liver complaint and fever. They are superior to all other medicines. P. 31. BARXES. KALAitizoo. Hicn., Fcb. ; 2, 1880. HOP BtTTEBS 3IFO. CO. : I know Hop Bitters will bear 'recommendation honestly. Al) who use them confer upon them the highest encomiums and give them credit forrnakuigcures— all the proprietors claim, for tlicm. I have kept them since they were first offcted to the public. . They took high rank from the first, and maintained it, and are more called for than all others cothbined. So long as they keep up their high reputation for purity, and usefulness I 'snail continue to recommend them — something I have never done-before with any jStent medicine. . J. J. BABCOCK, Physician and Druggist. KAHOKA, 3Io., Feb. 9, 1880. I purchased five bottles of, your Hop Bitters of Bishop & Co. lost fall, for my daughter, and- am well pleased with the Bitters. • They did lier more good than all the medicine she has taken for six years. WM. T. HcCLUBB. 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. KAILWAX T1MK TABtE. CHICAGO AN1> AJUTOS. On 3nd oite'r Sunday, May list, 1887, tralo.1 on the GUlovgo turn Alton rallro»d, wtHleavt tbe Union Depot, Alton, standard time, w follows: for Chicago and tho East: Chicago Mall* 9:00 a.m Chicago Accommodation* 6:00 p. ui Ugh tning Erpresa^ 9:10 p. m Feoria and Itock Island fast Llcet,9:00 a. m For JacluonvlUe, Keoknk, Qnlntf, Kan- Is a* Cltr.aml all points west. K&neasCity Mull- 9:00 a.m, Kansas City Express*, 9:10 p. m Denver Erin ess* 7:10 p. m, Jacksonville Accommodation:... Y'lo p. m. For St. I.OCIB i Lightning Express* :.6:« a.m Chicago Aceommouatiott*. ., 9:30 a. ra Alton Spcclalf 12:96p.m Kansas City Mall* .5:40 p. in Chicago Slant ...StfOn.!* rRAISS LEAVE ST. LOUIS tTNIOrf DEPOT JOB ALTON. t7 80a.m. f8 00p.m. •i 40 p. m. *7 6S p. m. (8 46 a. m. Sundays only). •Dally rEJceept Sunday. 8. D. AEBVB, Snp't. SU Lonls DlvisKm O. G. KORBU, Ticket Amint, Sheriff's Sale. Jennie E. l)epry ) , : • vs. ? Execution No. SM. Franklin Depry. ) fee bill No. By .virtue ol an.ciiMurton.tattilsoasQ Issued oat ol tUe clerk's office ol the Circuit Court of Madison connty.llllnots, directed to the Sher Iff of said county ,1 have levied upon all tbe right, title and ) Interest (of the 'defendant In and to the following property, situate in the county of Madison and State of Dllnoll, and described aa follows, to- wit: Two im rods off of the north slda of lot No. flvc (5), Ip block No. six (6), la E. Lena's addition to the town of Upper Alton, and, also, two (2) rods off of the south slde'of lot No. six (8), In said block" No. lix (O In said addition. Said two (2) pieces of land fronting four (4 1 rolls on Main street In said town and running back eaatwardly the entire depth of said lota, and situated In the town ot upper Alton, In the county of Madison, in .the State of Illinois, which I will expose at Public Sale, to tbe highest bidder, for cash, on FRIDAY, THE TWENTIETH DAY OF MAY A. i)., 1837, between the hours of » o'clock la the forenoon end sundown ; to-wtt: at 10 o'clock, &. ra., of said day, in front ot the north front door of the City Hall building, in the city of Alton, in the county and State aforesaid, to satisfy slid execution together with costs, * , . , Sheriff of Madison county, 111. Br O. F. CKOWS. Deputy. 17 dtd EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Henrietto M. Born, deceased. The uudcralgned, having been appointed Executor of the last ^rlll and testament ol Aenriette M. Bom, late of the county of Madison and State of Illi.iol8,dccea«c(l. hereby <rlve> notice that She will appear before the County Court of Madison county, at the court house, In Xdwardsvlllo, at the June term, on tbe third Monday in June next, at which.'time all persons bavin? claims against sftld estate are .... sons huvlnp claims against sftld estate are notified and requested to attend tor the purpose of having the same adjusted. AU person! indebted to said estata'are requested tolumie -mnedlate payment to tho undorslKaod. Bated tbU l»th dayof April, A-D.'««7. — __ __.)ru, A.P. i WILLIAM S&NHTAG, ' Exeoqtor. IALI New and Beautiful Designs Just arrived and arriVUiB r lor the Spring Trade. WINDOW GLAJSS i A Specialty, from Small to Largest Siaefl. At tho old reliable UOUSK-VAlNTlNU and UKCUHAT1NG ostubllshment df NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle at. f«blldlin

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