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OH! MY BACK '•*rtri itrtli oc <«ld Mtuki tint w»k tuek •nd nearly prMtnlei joa. _ > ^ r 3 * 111 ... ™ THE BEST TONIC Strengthens the Mu«cl<-s, H (todies the Ncrreii, KnrlobeK the ninod, Given New Vlger. Da. J. L. MTKM, F»lrfleld, lows, tut: " BroWD'a Iron Bitten In the host ban m«l(cl»n I have kntnm in roy JO yoata" practice. I bara found It •poclally bmnflcbl In mrroM ur phyilcal tituuitiqn, and In all deblUUtlna ailmenl* [hat bear tobtfiilf on to6 int«n>. Uro It fw«ly In nsy own family.' Ma. W. V. Bnow*. W7 Main St., Oorln.ton.Ky.. sari; "I tfM completely broken down In health and troubled wftli paina In ray Iwt*., Brown'a Iron Bitten cntlrdlr rwtored tat to health." Oennloo bu aboroTrado MarV and ravmed nd llnet on wrappw. Take no utlicr. Made only by BaWWH CHEMiOAti CO. B4LTI1IORE, MO. DOIL rnNCERTS H»TO been onlojcd by citizens of ctery town Rnd city In the U.S. Marvoloue Cures bav» been wit. ntucd by IhouiwncIB of people, who cnn tcrtlfr to , 1VEAL1KO I'OWin Ol> Hamlin's Wizard Oil, Neuralgia. Toothache, Headache, Earache, Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Contracted Cords, RHEUMATISM, Sprains, Bruises, Burns. Fever : Sores, Wounds, Old Sores, Chilblains, Frost Biles, Sore Nipples, Caked Breasts, and All Aches and Pains, are quickly relieved by IhlB maniim) remedy. Try It once and yon will never be without It. For sale b] dnigglftts. 1'rtco. fiOe. -Our SOKO HOOK freo to all Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY. CHICAGO REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OK RENT, Rudersfiausen & Sonntag. For Sale. A convenient and pleasant homo at a reasonable figure, being a two-glory frame honse oil Eighth street, near'Henry. . For Sale. A choice tana ol 820 acres, with flint class mprovements, situated 2X miles east of Brunswick. OUai-lton co., • Mo. For sale. A one-story frame dwelling house in good condition, in Topping's addition to Allon. , For Sale Cheap The residence of Oapt W. V. oble; two stories and mansard roof) 12 room.. » halls, olosetg, collars, etc.; 8 acres of groan Most desirable property in the city. F*r Hale. 160 acres of land near city limits, Si.^o'.., two itory brick and irame dwel i\n aonse, both situated on the oast >' o 1 .iiato street between eth and 7th nrcetg- so the brick block ef storbs on Sucon atroct, between Hem v and Kid ?e street nownas Hnntor's row. For Sale. Amnallframed -^tna hoaso within nne Dlocksofthsd it for $§76. 160 acres < f good lamunK land, another tract of 300 acres, both unimproved Situate In Moci co,, Kansas, at $10 and 'id per acre kespecttvely—one -third cash.baliuioe on time. For Sale. A lann oi 140 acres on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Madison, in this county. A good two-story frame dwelling house on It. Price'$3,000 . For Sale. A Oliofco farm of 120' acres; situate 1 mile south of Shtpmon, Mocoupln oounty,: 111., at A farm, consisting ol HO acres of good land situate within t miles of Upper Alton, sulta ble for dairy purposes. WTH.L. KLUNK UNDERTAKER, - • • • .. y Ready-Made Coffins, Metallo Cases, Caskets And Burial Robes JTor Ladles, Gentlemen and Children. Office and Shop on State street OyerHart t Uvory stable. Will attend to Job Workand BepaUlnK.Fnrnltum. toB A. J. HOWELL, FURNITURE! g A Full and Complete Stock OONBTAOTLY ON HAND. ALL OBDEP rou UPHOLSTERING , Neatly and promptly executed.^ B0110 afc., bet. Third and Foiirtli. -ALSO- CNDERTAKBB. UK8IDKNOK 0011. STATE ft 8KVBNT11 BT8 I, or obmn °iii «»t« en fi)»K6ilnt »pa« M<IWI In Ctuetgo, will Imo (; «i I'll V »*A<lr«UKngAinoa'«l AUTOK PAII.T TKLE8RAPH. (KntcreiJ tu 8«con«l-OIa«Pi M*tter at tbe P O.'nt Alton, 111.) WEDNESDAY EVB., MAY 4. RETRIBUTION. BY "THE DUCHESS." '"' r 1*1 ,' CHAPTER XIII. Mr. Dttrnn's house In Borkcley square Is presided over by Ms mint— n little, thin, wiry, kindly old Indy, with corkscrew ringlets nnrt a litgh penky noso. Her acquaintances nrc as old-fashioned as her curia, but It In nnmzlng how inniij she has of thorn. They are at the staid, eminently respectable ordor, nil nblo to count their gcncraUons,niid all "carriage people." Yet ft might be admitted that sometimes Miss Duran pines for the young nud frivolous, and would be glad to welcome thorn hisido her nephew's doors —her doors, as they might be called, so little docs he interfere with her nrrniigc incuts, and BO seldom does he show Ulna' self between 12 a. m. and 11 p. m. On this particular . Wednesday quite » stir and bustle of the thick silken skirts take place, as Gernlcl Mossnreeno, smll- lug aud'gny, enters Miss Duron's draw? Ing room, There is, in spite of the deb onalr manner that distinguishes him, and induces all these old young men t< look nskivnce at htm, and grow green with envy, and that causes the quite old men to wink and nudge each other, anri call him "a sad dog"— a suspicion of nnx icty thftt renders his kind eyes melancholy, and makes him a favorite nt once with all the gentle, elderly women. Ho is a fashionable looking young man, exquisitely dressed, and Is, In fact, such a departure from JfJss Duran'a drawing room, that ho creates an immense sensation, that is only to be sur passed by the entrance of n lovely young woman ten minutes afterward, who sweeps up to Miss Duran with the most charming smilo in the world on her beautiful face. "Dear Miss Duran," she says, slipping hor little gray chid hand into that of'the astonished spinster, "wo have been wanting to come and see you for such a time —auntie nnd I—but there have been so many other tiresome engagements. And, after all. it is better, is it not, to leave the best to the last!"'.this with a swift glance at Massareene that sets his heart a-be«ting. "Even now, .we could not come together; there was some absurd crush somewhere, and wo had promised to go, so I told nuntle I wanted to see you even more than she did; so I packed her off to her afternoon and I came to mine." Her low trninaute voice, her pretty smile, the gentle pressure of the little hand, all won Miss Durau's heart at once. She had met MiUicent two or tiireo times, but now she persuades herself that they have been good friends for many years. What a lovely, oreaturel How nice of her to come to this dull old house just to see a stupid old inaidl Dear, dear me, there were not many who would do that! Meantime the "lovely creature" is taking her tea from Gerald Massareene's hands. Tea of an exquisite flavor and rich with country cream, sent up specially from the hcnrt of Hampshire for Miss Dnran's Wednesdays. Tea served in priceless old Crown Derby, before which the modern imitations might hold down their heads. "Sugar?" asks Gerald in a society tone; and then, considerably lower, "my own darlingl" "Eh?" says Miss Grey in return to this impassioned address, with a startling promptitude that is rather dispiriting. In truth, having got here, no matter how, and so acknowledged to Massareene that she has thought it worth her .while to give up for his sake one of tha most brilliunt concerns of the season, she is a little frightened, a little impatient arid yet a good deal glad.. "Millicent," says Gerald, dropping ,iiito tho chair near her, "that you have come at all is so much more than I dared hope for that I would now entreat you to let my joy continue by being kind to me for tho short hour we may bo together." His tone ia very sad, in spite of the joy he mentions. Old Miss Duran, looking kindly at the two young people who have descended into hor midst and cast such a oloud of sunshine upon the dull, stately drawing room, reads as clearly as though it were all In print before her that this young man—the son of her dead cousin—is breaking bis heart for love o£ tho pretty, slender girl staring so solemnly into her tea cup, and that the pretty girl is not altogether indifferent about tt. "Bless inol And I hear she I* to bo married to that nephew of Lucy Brand's. Woll, to judge by her face, t should say her heart is not in it. Poor young things I Evidently they have entered into the blissful realms of love. Cupid's darts have found a lodging in their tender breasts!" Sometimes Miss Duran, in spite of tho ringlets, indulged in flights of poetic fauoy, "How romantic! How full of pathos I That dear boy!—why, I can see him dwindling away before my eyes. Quite 5 wreck ho is becoming, though art and hi» tailor may try to delude mo. Well, I must see what can bo done. Gerald, my dear, do you think Miss Grey would liko to see that painting of your great-grandfather that adorns tho west wall of tho library? It Is well worth a visit, I assure you, my dear Miss Grey. Do let Gerald persuade you to look at it. A masterpiece, I assure you. One of Lely's brightest efforts!" "Come!" soys Oternld, lu a low entreating tone. Millicent hesitates for a moment, and then, according to custom, is lost. She rises, gives her cup to him to lay upon a table near, and with a bright smile and glance directed to her hostess follows him out of tho room. Although bin spirits have risen almost beyond his control, Mr. Massnreono bo- liaves himself wonderfully until tho hall ia crossed and the library gained. Then, rpRrat to say, ho considerably forgets himself. Ho throws honor to the winds, And taking Grnult ttoylp's flaneoe iu his arms, strains bar to his heart. "Darling of my heart!" whlspets he, wilh « sigh at passionate glnducsa. At Misa Grey 'a conduct on this occasion [ am also bound to express regret. Instead of the indignation she should have- shown, she Hliuply pushes him away from hor with a very lenient hand, aud laughs a little. "Was them over such a had boy!" says she, standing hack from him with palm JXtomlcd to keep him oil. "Are you to'•My without gracoj" "On tho contrary, I am filled with itl I have gained—you." "Galnedf" "MlUk-vtit, will you tell me now that I urn nothing to your" "Ci-rtoluiy not; you arg tUmtrg, <u* I . hope, my Very good friend!" "t urn not. I urn your lover, or nolh- ingi" "It is not good for R womnn (olmve two lovers." "Cnll Boyle n lover? Pshnwi" says Mr. MaFsareeiio with fine contempt. "Compare him with mo, and where are yout" "Why hero?" snys she, laughing. 'And then all nt OVP.O her gaycty comes to ah end, nnd her face clonds. "Alns!" erica she, "what is to be the end of It all?" "St. George's, Hanover square," returns lie, with umllmlnlshed courage. "Yes; with Grnnit as bridegroom." "With me, you mean. Sweetheart, why can you uot break all these chains that bind yon, and give yourself as your heart directs?" Miss Grey has subsided Into tears, and a big chair. "If I only clnre," sobs sho from behind her handkerchief. At this half admission Mr. Massor eeno's hope rises fortyfold. "If you dared—what then?" he nslcs kneeling beside her and possessing him self of one (Initity hand. "I might—learn—what happiness really mentis." "With mo, you mean?" "Oh, Gerald!" whispers she; and thet it is nil over, niul sho is caught to ii breast, and for ;i little while tho world li forgotten by both. JJeiiiK the woman, sho is tho first to awake from Jho happy dream. "It is imulno.s.s!" she says lifting he head nnd gazing at him with tearful eyes "Not if you will trust to me. Not I yon are sure of that you honestly lovi mo. Speak (o nio, Millicentl Why do you turn your head away? You do love me?" At this Bho lets her gaze return to his. "I wish 1 had never seen you," she says with trembling lips. "That Is a hard speech, my darlingl "It is true, though. If I had never seen you, I might have been willing to conclude this contract with Grnnit. If had never seen you, I could neve have" "Goon." "Loved you!" She bows her head upon her hands am bursts into fresh tears. Mr. JTmwtireoim draws hor head down upon his shoulder. "Don't cry like that, Millicent," says he. "It will all cotne right in the end Something tells me so." Something tells him quite tho reverse; but bo would no bo tho true lover he is it ho could no! strain a point to please his beloved. "What we have got to do now is to think what is the first, best step to be taken." "The first, best step will mean ruin." There is a touch of impatience in her tone. Although she loves him, it is hard lor her to give up the gilded loaves and fishes of fashionable life. "It will not," retorts he stoutly; "it will mean emancipation—if you have the pluck to go through with it." "Oh! emancipation!" says she disdainfully, though she is glad of his resoluteness. "All yon Irishmen are mad about freedom I One would think yon were a land leaguer the way you speak! 1 wonder yon are not afraid to love one of thte hated Sassenachs." "I am not afraid of anything-except your strength of mind. You are mine now, but will you be mine an hour hence?" "If I were a man," says Miss Grey reflectively, "I should not choose to fall in love with a woman upon whom I could place no dependence." "If I were a woman," responds he promptly, "I should know better thau to marry one man when I loved another." "Well, but you are not a woman," says she triumphantly. "Neither are you a man," replies he. "That squares our accounts. Sweetheart," regarding her very gravely, "tell me at least that you will think seriously of my proposal." "I am always thinking of. it," returns she, sighing. "Oh! why are not you Granit." 'The gods forbid!" says he piously. "I am a better man as I stand, though no doubt a poorer one. Well, however the wind blows, I am a happier fellow to-day than I ever expecetd to be. I have hoard from your own lips that you love me." "Do not place too much confidence in. that." 'You will not deny the truth of it, however?" "No. It is true. You are more to me, Gerald, than any man I over have met—than any man I ever shall meet." Her eyes grow large and dim with tears. Sho holds out her hand to him. "Strengthened by such an assurance, I will believe in nothing less than victory," replies he, in a cloar, resonant voice, his face bright with a hope that at this moment has grown into a certainty. Millicent, watching him, feols her heart grow sod. "Will not the weight of circumstances, of custom, prove too strong for him? "I must go home," she Bays, starting a little. "Good'by then for the present, daring." whispers ho proudly. He draws her a him nnd looks down anxiously into lor face. A question seems hovering on ils lips. At last ho gives it words. 'Do—do you ever kiss him?" asks he in a jerky, vehement way that speaks of suppressed agony. "Nevorl" returns she almost as vehemently. She flushes, crimson. Massareeno's arms tighten round her, and an expression of unspeakablo relief alters his face. -"I cannot tell you how often I have bought of that, how it has preyed upon me," ho exclaims eagerly. "And after all, the torment I endured had no foun- lation." He looks tenderly down upon ler. "My love, you seem more mine now than ever!" Then his tone changes, md nn accent of scorn unmitigated runs through it. Evidently his thoughts ore wondering to some one absent. "What sort of a fellow was ho at all?" says he, with a curl of Ms lipg. A faint smile breaks through the sadness of Mlllicont's face. 'Would you huvo had him different hen?" sho asks, with a slight return of icr usual gnyety. 'Different! Do you know," says he iresontly, "that I don't think I dislike ilni DOW half as much as 1 did five minutes ago?" Then pressing his chock to hers, ami speaking In a much lower tono, and rather shyly, "Mlllicout, will you be kinder to mo than you aro to him?" "Have I not been kinder?" auks she faintly. ' " But kinder—kinder still?" She lifts hor faco to his! Come, gentle spring, etuoroal mildness, ome. |maan tho llioo Coll Spring, with rhioh you hum )vor the roughest roads, and laugh to eo low email » thing can glvo you so uiuchgleo. , THE JDEStOW. How long, O, God, Thou Mvroign king WIJJ rum nnd crime Thy rengoniido bring? How long, In lava, wilt Thou forbear With men who sjnim Thy tender cure? Alexander Grew (torn Victor's height Uy wine was ilrnggod with furious might, E'en Uobert Burn"' oncolhonored nnmo Is tnrnlshod now by tii ink's defatno. Champagne from tankards gold they drank Tho poison drug of dnumtlig rank. Wat pohot'a p«n could e'er unfold The ghostly scenes thon dost bohold? Of hnppy homes by drink made sad Wburo onca a parent's heart was glad. Oh, hen* the uroans from prison wall Of myriad touls in anguish call. Demon drink fmm don ot crlmo Kilos OB midnight's wing of time. In cities grant thla monster stalks Dy night nnd day 'mid baneful walks. Awahe ye mon of mighty power Hum demon crush thla vorv hour. Let womaa, youth and conquering mail Unite In one groat Temperance band. All armor tinged with God's own light Mnrch on, yet on to victor's height. Dethrone him with your ballot troa Out root and branch of cursed tre«. IIOIUCK I). MOHBII.L, LttQranyi College, Mo, Their Huslnoss Booming. Probably no one thing bus caused such a general revival of trade at E. Marsh's Drug (Store as the giving awny to his customers of so many free trial (jottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. His trade is simply enormous in this very valuable articloirom the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and ?all throat and lung disaasas quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, largo size $1. Every bottle warranted. iny 1 d w 1m Bruce Up. You aro feeling depressed, your ap- petito is poor, you are bothered with headache, you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to braco up. Brace -up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, whichthave 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 ybur blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Snob, a medicine yoa will find m Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at E: Marsh's Drug Store, my 1 dw 1 m BncKien's Arnica Salve. Thu Beat Salve in the world for onta, 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 cernts per box. Fnr sale by E. Marsh, Alton, 111. nich7dwlm The pet goat of Mrs. Cassedy of Eoibury, Mass., is dead. His .death was due to the fact that he couldn't resist the temptation to butt his mistress as she was bending over the well draw~ ing a''bucket of water. As sooil us she was fished out of tho well she ordered his instant execution.;—Mew York Sun- MOST PERFECT MADE no Amin«n)»,TJmB.AHim or phosphate". Dr.Prlco 6 Kittacls, VaniUn, tomoa, etc., flavor dellcioUBly. WHIFFLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS, What rou need is a medicine which S. pure, 1 efficient, reliable. Such is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It possesses peculiar curauve powers. Q That feelina; of weariness, so often experienced in the spring, results from a sluggish condition of the blood which being impure, does not quicken with tho cnaugiog season. Ayer's Sarsaparilla,: by vitalizing and cleansing the blood, strengthens and invigorates the system. dwlw A young lady went into a store to purchase a diary, but oh»ngeo( her mind and said: "I gaess I'll take a purse for the diary." An old lady standing near, and who only partially heard the foregoing announcement, went over and said in aloud whisper "Miss don't yau do It—take blackberry cordial! —Boston Budget. Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Bosobee's German Syrup to let its wonderful qualities be known to their friends in 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 wo 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. Such i medicino as the German Syrup cannot !)0 too widely known. Ask your druggist about it. Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75 cants. Sold by all druggists, ana dealers, mtlio United States and panada. ja3 dweow ly A little boy aged about 8 years bad in .extraordinary escape from death at Uaidstone'a day or two since. Ho was lying a largo kite on an open space when stepping backward he foil Into a quarry jfforty feet deep. Fortunately or the little fellow, the string of his kite was around his wrist, and so, in* stead ef being dashed to pieces, he os. oaped with ft few bruises. The kite acted as a paradhute and effectually broke the force of his fall— Pull Mall Qatclt<*_ Dyspepsia and Torpid Lirer. IHSCHAKOE DEPARTMENT, Albany, N. Y.,May 14, 1885—1 have been a jreat sufferer from dyspepsia, water irash, acid stomach ana constipation or the last fifteen months, Some time \g» I read in one of Brantlroth's CaU rulare tho case of n gentleman in Albany who was cured of a similar iffiiction by using Allcook'u Porous 'lastors. Knowing the gentleman re- errod to in said calendar, I purchased hree—ono I wore on toe pit of the tomach and two on my right side. 1 wore thorn a week, then took a bath nd removed tho plasters. I washed he places with eolocno, rubbed thorn ry and thon applied fresh Alloook's 'orous Plasters. 1 found my appetite nd digestion much improved in two weeks; in throe weeks my bowels beanie regular and now, after using tho laslers for four weeks, I find myself ntirely cured.—Nathaniel Hyatt. RKKUESENTINQ TUB First-Class Ins. Co.'fc: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Phlladelyl'Ja; German American; A T orfli British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Bug.-, Continental; Girard; j Glens Falls, , Amercan Central; Firemen's Fond, Western Assurance Co; AND OTttERS: A OAH11 CAPITA] Of THE AGQBBGATK OF $20,000,000. WK AfcSO BJCPBESKNT! THE Slutual Benefit Lite, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Lite and Accident Ins. Co..Hartf ord. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State sts. Vot Hole. Five building lota on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth and Twelfth streots. WUIPI'LE & SMILEY. For Sale. Lime kiln, in good running order, with Quarry Bnt i jj acres of land, more or less, known ad tho Shelly tract. WHIPPLB & SMILEY. For Kent. A two story brick dwelling known as the A. Plntt homestead; lately pnt in good i-opalr. m * SMILEY. Fine Residence for Sale. The late R. DeBow homestead, now owned .by M. u. Undorwooa, situated on line of liorse railway, in Upper Alton; II rooms, bath room, furnace, nnd Rood out buildings, two acres of ground, will be sold at a bargain. Possession given on completion of sale. WUIPPLE & SMILE V. For Rent. Two-story house and good stable on Common street. Good fruit. WHIPPLB & SMILEY. For Sale or nent, A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs s. j.Dutro. WfllPPLE &SMILEY. for bal» Tho late residences of J. ,>. and W. H. Mitchell, on Hill St., two at fc.it best nieces oi residence property In Alton. The property known as "The Park, eastol above; It lots onMlil and Summit streets, ana a nuinbero/ ot« In Miller * Mitchell's addition to Alton. Any or all of above at ogroat bargain. WtUPPLE & 8MILKY. For Sole. A.7-room brisk dwelling and out buildings OB Tlilid street, between Cherry and Vino. '. WHIPPLE & 8M BY. For Bent. Law residence ot M. J. Noonan on State street, known as the A. Platt place. Good 9 room brick house, in first class repair. SMILEY. Mori) facts, ., U*. AugustS&, 1885. Wo feel wo must write something of the miccoss oi Hop Bittern Their sftlo )g thribblo thnt of nilv other hrtlclo of medicine, i Hence wo fqel it but justice to you and your Hitlers to say thnt it )s n Medicine of roftl merit nnd virtut*, nnd (loins much good niul effecting great euro.B. Yours, J.JiyA&B. I?TLEY. IlATissvrr.r.K, Ofnq, Fob, 11,18ftl. I nm very glad to Biiy 1 lihve tried Hop Bittere, and never look nnytbing that did mo us 'much good. 1 only took two bottles mid I would uot tftko $100 fot 1 the good they did me. I recommend thorn to my pntionls, nud got the heat of results from their use. 0. B. MERCER, It, I), Nitw HAVEN, CONN., Sept. 1C, 1885, Wo toko plcasuro In giving you a notico nnd n nice, strong .and, ns It (Iloji Hitters) di'servcs It. Wo ilsd It, ana %Vu kiibw it deserves it.— The lloffinter, . , GHKENWICII, Fel), 11,1880. Hoi-BITTBHS Co.: • > Sirs—I vn.i given up by tho doctors to die of scrofula consumption. Two bottles of your Blttws cured mo. They urb hay. hig iv lni'a« side here, , ! LEROY BREWER GiiEBNWicrt, JT Y., Feb. 13.'1885, Hop Bitters are tho most valuable niedl- cine I ever Icnow. .1 should not have any mother now but for them. HENRY 1OUPP. LONE JACK, Mo., Sept; U, 1885. I havo been using Hop Bitters/and have received great benefit from them for liver complaint nnd 'malarial foyer.: They are superior to all other medicines. JP.-M. BAKNES. iar-AMAZOp, Mien., Feb. 2, 188ST" HOP BmBns Mm Co.: I know Hop Bitters will bear "recommendation honestly. AH ,w.ho use them confer upon them thd highest, encotniuhis and give them credit formakingcurcs—all tho proprietors claim for them; I havo hept them since they were first offered to the public. They took high rank from theflrst, 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 1 continue to recommend them—something X havo never done before with any patent" medicine. J. J, BABCOOK, : Physician :nnd Druggist. KAIIOKA, Mo., Feb. 9,1886. I purchased five bottles of your 'Hop' Bitters of Bishop &;Co. last falVformy daughter, and nni well pleased with'the Bitters. They did her more good than all tho medicine she has taken for six years. WM. T, McCLURE. The above is from averyroliablefnrmer, whoso daughter, was in poor health for seven or eight years, and could obtain no relief until she used Hop Bitters. She ii now in as good health as anyperson in this country. We liave large sales, and they are making remarkable cures, W. H. BISHOP & CO. m BAH.WAX TIME TABLE. OHIOAGO AND Al/TON. On and after Sunday, May (1st, 1887, trains on the OlUcego nnd Alton railroad, will leavi the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, M follows: ;•••• For Chlnngo and the Ea«ti Chicago MaU» .9:00 a.m .Chicago Accommodation* 6:00 p. ID UKhtninB Express' ; ..9:10p.ni Feorla aud Book Island Faat Llnot,9:00 a. m For JncksonvlUe, Keokok, Qnlncr, Kan. |»ns Clty.nnd all polnta went. K&nsasOlty Mall* -.;,.... .. ...... 9:00a.m. KansasOltyExpress* .... 9:10p.m DouverExpiesat".. 7:10 p.m. . Jacksonville Accommod atlon f... V: 10 p. m. For St. Louis t IT "*••"• Lightning Express* ;...0:45 a.m Ohluago Accommodation*. 9:80 a. m Alton Speclalf , .WiflSp. m KansasOltyMall*....... *..;6i«p.m Chicago Mallt -0:20o.ni SaADJSLBAVB ST. LOOTS VSIOK-DSPM • FOB ALTON. , n BO a. in. . m oop.m. U 40p.m. *7Mp.m. (8 45a.m. Buhdaysonly). • •Dally rBioept Sunday. 8. D. JMJBVB, „ „ .., «, Snp't. 8t. fx)uls Division 0.6. NORMS, Ticket jWent. For oale. v,?^ 1 * Msrtman property on State stroe -in Miller & Mlobeu>s add-, to Alton, IX story Jiouso.Srooms and out-buildings; all in per- fectorder. Con bo had at a bargain, WJHIPPLK A SMILEY. For Sale or Bent. . Th( ?. 2 - 8tor y frame dwelling with 9 rooms Including 7 lots: good born and Una fruits, known as the Nichols homestead, situated on 13th st,, in a deslraole neighborhood. .. Vrmi'PLE & SMILE Y. Desirable Residences tor Bale. .A two story brick dwelling on State street known as A. Hatt homestead, lately put in good repair. A two story frame dwelling onllftln street, nearly now. A two story brick dwelling ou Seventh street, all for sole at a sacrifice, owner having decided to ac J!!f»! wmpyLEA SMILE/ Sheriff's Sale. Jennie E. l)epry ) va. S Execution No, SM. Franklla Depry. ) foe bill No. By virtue of an;oxceution,tn this case issued out of the clerk's offlce of the Circuit Court of Madison oountyjlllnois, directed to the Shor Hf of aaid county.I have levied upon all the right, title andt interest (of the defendant In and to tho following property, situate in tho county of Madison and State of Illinois, and described as follows, to-wit: .Two |W] rods off of the north slda of lot No. five (6), in block No. six (6), la E. Lons's addition to the town of Upper Alton, and, also, two (2) rods .off of the south side of lot No. sU (<i),.ln said; block No. six IB) In said addition. 8aid two (2) pieces of laud fronting tour (41 rods on. Main street to stud town and running back oogtwordly thfl entire depth of said lots, and situated in the town ot Upper Alton, In tho county of iludt- sou, in tho State of Illinois, which I will ox- 1 Dose at Public Sale, to the highest bidder, for JFUIDAY, THE TWENTIETH DAY OF MAY A. IJ.,1887, between tho hours of 0 o'clock In the forenoon and sundown; to-wit: at 10 o'clock, a. m., of said day, in front ot tho north front door of the Olty Hall building, in the city ot Th \V ' house of 8 roomsJon 1 K(tn'and Afwnstreeto! a 4 room frame house on Fitth street. ' WHIPPLE A SMILEY. WATGHSPRING VfltU sliding Detachable Springs, g^r Better titan Whalebone or HorH|j£) ana gruarantced aeyer to break. Price, $1.95. MAYER,STROUSE&CO. 413 Broadway, N. Y., Stanufacturers. said oxocution together with costs, E. A. BUBKB, _„_ „ Sheriff of Madtoon oo»nty, 111. BY G. F. OHOWB. Deputy. 17 did EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estate of lienrfettoM. Born, deceased. „ The undersigned, having -been appointed Executor of tho last will aad testament ot , Benrletto M. Bom, nM. °. ^T,i, tue . oo^ty of Madison and state of HUiiols.docoased, hereby glveg notloo J.»M ll i? wlUnpPOV before tho Oounty Court of Madison county, at the court house, in J.dwardsvillo.attfio June term, on the third Monday in Juno nuxt, at which time all per?° n . 8 ."»ving claims against said (estate art notified and requostea to attendfor.the pur- Pn 0 rtSSi!i??SiSS h ''??I oa adJuited- 4? i P? r »°»! au fALL Now aud Beautiful Designs just arrived aud arriving for tlie _^^ Spring Trade. WINDOW GLASS i A ; Specialty, froui Small to Largest BIzes. At the old reliable'jUpUijiai.PAINTlNa and UK001UT1MO establishment of • NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east- of Belle st. Hi (ablKUm

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