Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 5, 1887 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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BY IT. T. NOBTOlf, Cor. Third and Plum BtrmM, Altoh, >U. THDRBDAY EVK., MAY 6. EUWABDSV1LLE. EDWABPBVILLB, May8,'S7. l,wt evening the old council bold Its last meeting, and after finishing the buslnesi ol the year adjourned slue die. Mayor Boosoh- cniteln and the new eounoll took olinrgo and tholr drat meeting wad held this evening. Wo are Informed that our new mayor delivered a ihort and sensible Inaugural. Hoping and believing that he will do the boit In his power loema to be the general Improislon of our citizens. Mayor Boeaohensteln appointed the following officer* and committees: Fat, Flynn flupt. of lt*eet« j W. U. Johnson, (Marshal J 0. JB, i Clarke and F. J. Kreslor, police j Mlko Purer was selected as chief engineer of tho flro company. Oommtttees: Streets and Alleys—Wolf, Klhigol, Lynch. Jln«B06-Lyneh, Wolf, Dettwrdlng. Ordinance—llarnlst, , Kllngel. Kre and Water—Kllngel, Harnist, — Sanitary , Dettordlng, llarnlst. Police neg—Dotterdlng, Lynch, Wolf. There being a contest la tho |8acond ward the additional member on throe of tho com- mltues will be appointed when the eon tent t* decided. PBBIONAI.S—Mr. A. A. Oornoau attended the BpUoopaiavnod&tBpringuold, yesterday and today, an a delegate from this parish. Mrs. J.M.'Bump and Miss Lizzie Burgess wore In attendance as visitors. Mr*. Sarah A. Littleton and Mrs. 8. 8. Mo- Oorltle were visiting In Jersey county, Saturday and Sunday, the guests of Mm. Mary Onmmlngs. Mr. 8. Ed. Morrison, of St. Louis, had business in town lait Sunday. Rev. F. O. Blair, tho Bible Jagent, ,was In town today. . Oapt. Joa. G. Bobinson spent Sunday with his family In Be. Louis. . Mr. Harry T. Webb and Miss Mary Fongon- roth will be united In marriage next Thursday evening. Judge John 6. Irwln In expected home from Tezal this evening. Hiss Ada Koown loft for Kansas last Friday. • Tf. K. GlUespie is a base balllst at Wichita aa wall as he was in, this oUy. He la President of an association thoro which has a capital of Ili.OQO. Mr. M. P. Linn, of the Intelligencer, attended the Allen-Wolf wedding at Delavun, 111., last Thursday. Miss Sue Prlokett, Ot Chicago, Is visiting hero.) '; • Hiss Rosalie Helde returned from St. Louis last Saturday. .: Mlsa Alice WliltesideB spent several days In Upper Alton last week. Dr. Hurd, of Oarllnrlllo, will proaoh at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and, evening. Miss Blanche Burnett, of at. Louis, was the guest of Mrs. W. D. Harnlst, several days last week. Mr§. W. F. L. Hartley entertained tho M. 1C. Sewing Society last Thursday. K Mlsa Flora Regal, of Glon Park, Mo., and Mrs. Daisy Beogar, of St. Louls,returnod home Saturday, Goo. W. Heyer visited hla possessions In Kansas recently. VARIOUS—County Treasurer WloWlffo has paid Into the State Treasury "Old Madison's" share of State taxes. Tho amount was $80,- W7.08. , . Tho boys do a great deal of fishing at Wolf's reBorvolr. The- basket social, given by the Little Workers and another secioty connected with the M. K. qhuroh, Thursday evening last.was Quito well attended. Tho not receipts wore about; $40, Work on tho creamery is progressing. Tho entertainment for the bonollt of the Enterprise band will bo given In a few wookfl. Ourbrlokmakors are out of brick. There Is quite an Interest among our citizens to have a good celebration hero on tho 4th of July. Let's have it by all moans. Nothing stirring from the gas well regions. Thoro was a game of ball hero Sunday. Tho score was 21 to 20. John Htolze will build a saw mill In the Third ward. Malor T. J. Nowshum has commenced work on hu now residence on St. Louis street. ADAM. WHEN NIAGABA WAS DRY. A Remarkable Dny, Forty Years Ago, In the lltotory of the Great Cataract. 'Thirty-nine years ago next spring," said an old resident of this village, "a sight was witnessed at tho Falls of Niagara that had never been aeen before, at least by people then on earth, and in all probability such a sight will never bo witnessed again. Itwasnotb. ing more or loss than, the running dry of the great cataract, or at least BO nearly dry that it Is no exaggeration to oall It so, in vfhioh condition the falls remained for one whole day. "The winter of 1848 had been one of the coldest on record, and suoh ice has never been known on Lake Erie since, I gueia, ai formed that season. It was of enormous thickness. It was quite late in the spring before tho ice was loosened, oven about the shores of tho lake. One day—I think it was near tho end of April—a very stiff northeasterly wind oame up, and its force was so great that It moved the groat fields of toe, then entirely separated from tho shore*, up the lake, piling tho floes in great banks as they moved. Tho sight of those Ice-banks la described by those who witnessed it aa one ot most awful grandeur. Toward night the wind changed suddenly to the opposite quarter, and grew into a terrible gale from that direction. Tba lake's surface was packed with mluature icebergs, and these were hurried back by the gale •with such tremendous force that an impenetrable dam was formed in the neck of the lake from which Niagara river flowi, and the great current of water which finds its way from the lake in the rushing channel ot that stream, to be dashed over tho gigantic precipice of the full*, was to hold in chock that no more than one-quarter of its usual volume could find a passage through tho immense pack of ice. "Aa this pack was stubborn, it was naturally but a short time before tho fall bad drained nearly all tho water out of the river. This, of course, occurred during tho night, and wo people who lived in Niagara village know nothing ot the phenomenon until next morning. I remember that I awoke very early that morning with the tense of something exceedingly strange oppressing me. ft tru some time before I discovered that the feeling oame from the faot that the oatMaot WM almost missing. 1 Jumped out of bed, Atid on leaving tho hquse found that scores of others had been awakened by tho same circumstance, and wore hurrying toward the falls to see what the trouble was. Wn found that the greftt Niagara Falls was about one-quarter ot its former volume. "We had not heard of the trouble at Lake Erie, and tho terrible thought that the falls were running dry created a feeling of alarm not easily imaginable. The American channel had dwindled to a oreek in comparison with its original proportion, while tho British channel resembled some ordinary river in the drouth of August Goat Island was aa big as two Goat Islands, as tho water had shrunk from every side of it, leaving a wide expanse of wet, fllimy, jagged rocks which no oyo in that vicinity had ever seen before. ' The bod of tho Canadian rapids far out into tho stream, was dry, as was tho spaco between tho lower end of Goat Island, and out boyond tho tower. The rocks thus exposed wore black and forbidding, giving the dry river bod tho appearance of a tract of charred stumps. Tho Throe Sisters looked forlorn in their enhanced dimensions. Tbo great jot of water which had, (torn time out of mind, leaped into tho air about 300 yards south. of this group of Islands in the great rapids, and which is leaping thero to-day, was not leaping that morning, and, so some one remarked that day, the tremendous roar of Niagara bad subsided to a moan. "The scene was at once desolate, strange and awful to contemplate. The picture will never leave my mind, Tho whole village WOE out exploring caves, dark recesses, curious formations in tho rooks, and other remarkable features of the cataract and rapids that no mortal eye had probably over gazed upon before. These explorations woro made safely to tho very brink of the Horseshoe Rapids. A Mr. Holley drove a horse and buggy from tbo head of Goat Island clear to the spot where the leaping jet of water had always writhed and foamed. He also cut several sticks of timber near the brink of Horseshoe Fall, had them hewed thero, and hauled them away with four horses. Those sticks—they wore largo, fine timbers- are in tho frame of some house at the falls now. This romarkablo condition of affairs at the cataract continued all day, and showed no sign of a change when the people wont to bod that night When we arose in the morning, however, tho old familiar thunder of the falls was again shakin<r tho earth as before, and the. river and the rapids were again the seething, whirling, irresistible torrent of old. Tho ice in the lake bad shifted n<rain, and some time in tho night tho long-restrained volume of water had rushed down and reclaimed its own." Tho Fleeting Cook. Hero is n story on a certain class of mistresses—a class that is not numerous, but is peculiar to the ranks of tho "vulgar rich" who are so scorchingly described by Ouida. A lady comes n stranger to Buffalo, her husband an army officer, ordered here on special duty. She at pnrso breaks into housekeeping and deems herself fortunate in securing a really good cook. One morning while rejecting upon her luck in finding such a kitchen treasure—-and she is a stranger in a strange place—she sees a line establishment—splendid sleigh, fine horses, swell coachman— drive up to her door. From the sleigh steps out a very handsome specimen o) womanhood, elegantly costumed. Our army woman, suspecting that she is to be made tho recipient of a little Buffalo welcome and hospitality, steps to the mirror, gives her bangs a little twist and prinks up hastily. She hears tho door-boll ring; soon after hears voices in the parlor. But there is ' no summons, for her, and in live minutes, more or less, tho superbly dressed visitor aforesaid loaves the house and drives off. The second girl being asked for an explanation, replies that the lady asked to see the cook, and that functionary soon informs her army mistress that she has had an oiler of much higher wages if she will leave at once, and that the offer is too tempting to refuse. Protest is ineffectual, and wondering whether that is tho way of doing things in Buffalo, tho discomfited house-keeper submits to the result and goes out to hunt after another cook. A few days pass, and the sleigh, the coachman and same elegant specimen of the feminine gender, again come up to tlio door, and this time the lady of tho house is certainly asked for. With some relucteance and considerable smothered indignation she goes down, ljut is soon disabused of any notion that the "lady" is going to "make a call." She briefly explains her errand —admits that she is tho woman who induced tho cook to luave, and complains that shu is in a "really awkward position;" for a splendid cook who used to live with her wants to come back, and she, of course, feels under obligations to get the other cook u place, seeing that she urged lior to leave. Slio, therefore, asks our army woman if she is willing to take back her original cook "aa a personal favor." Bog pardon, reader. Did you say •Well, I swear!" That is just what wo said when wo hoard tho story; and it is true, every word of it.— liutf'alo ALTOfl MAKKET. ONIONS. Wholesale, perdu..,. ................ ,. ... 1 » ttetail ........................ . .............. i 4o SALT. Wholesale, por bbl ...... • .................. ) OS Retail ................................... 125 _ MOB. Wholesale, por Ib .......................... 4<85X Retail ...... : ....................... . ...... 8 MOLAsSEb. Wholesale, per gal ........................ l!3®40 Hotftil ................................. 40®CO UUTTKIt. Ohoiac, wholesale, per 11) ........ ... ..... . M ., KGOS. i Por dozen, wholesale ........... . ...... " retail ....... ...................... 10 OHICKKNS. Live ........................... ........ ... 2S Dressed..-., ............ , .,,......., .... 3d WOOL, Unwashed.... ............. . ........ 18ffl20c Washed .................................... 250300 Hurry Wool ............................ 12®lBo TALLOW. Bo quality por lb y wholesale ..... ... 04 ftlDES. Qroon cured, por Ib ........................ BH®6 Dry Saltod ......... ....................... *. 10 Dry Flint ............................ . ...... 18 HAMS. Sugar Ouved. wholesale ................ UK " retail ......................... , it LAUD. Por Ib., wholesale .......................... 8 " retail .................... ...... . 10 BACON. Shoulders, wholesale, por Ib .............. 7 " retail ...................... ....... W OloarSldos, wholesale ................ ..... 0 " retail ............... ............. 10 LIMB. Per bbl., wholesale ......................... 65 • retail... ..................... 70 Bulk por bit., wholesale ........ . .......... 13 " rotiitl .......... , ............... 25 Louisville Cement, par brl., .............. $1 BO 1'lastor 1'aHfl, " " ............. 2 60 llalr, por biiBliol ................. .' ........ Si>o WOOD. Good quality, J>or cord ........ '. ..... 3.M) ® 4.00 COAX,. House, del., per bu ........................ Y<38 Hard, por ton ....................... ..JO 00®7 00 OKKICJS, j ALTON, ILL. May 6, J8S7. I FLOUIl. Stiumrd's Host, in sacks 475 Fairy £1.40; »lamond Light $4.00: Fairy $3.60; 'LtUlflllo,", (A. K. >M. Co.) .. 4 76 Sparks Killing Uo.. 4. 76 WJIKAT. Oliolco.porlni ; 76 FEED. Ship Muff, por 100 ft a DO Bran. .V.lSll CO11N. No.2 Mixed, por bu,,..,..,. ,,,..,.,, 37 No. 2 White, " " 33 Itotall 46 HAY. Wholesale, per ton, bollud $lueis Hotall.., $13 UOUN MKAL. Wholesale, poi* bu 6« Itotall....... 00 8KK1). OlovorSeed, porbu.,wuolosa)o. , }4 00 Timothy', " 800 OATH. Wholesale, poi bu 30 ItotuU ., 'M 8TUAAV- 1'erbalo,... 40o per owt, I'O'PATOKS. KotlUl.ul , UOiil 00 ST. .LOUIS, ST. Louis, May 4, Wheat—Active and higher; cash SlJCSSTjOif, May 84^0, JunoSlKe, July 81>io. Oorn—Firm nnil hiRhor; cash 30}£o, May 353io, Juno Wie, July M.^e. Onta—Blow and unchanged; cash aT&ffliMIe, May 27,'io, Juno SB.Sfc. Vrovlslons—Pork dull and Irregular; now $10. Lord nominally at ?o.7f>. Corn—Juno olosod at48;'»'o Nowl'orlc, 30,'fo St. Louis Mity147o Baltimore, Whout closing for Juno woro—Now York (M;'io, St. Louts 84,'Jo. Detroit 87,"io, Toledo 87o, Baltimore tUXe, Milwaukee Ki^c, Dulnth 82 Kc. Bars and Scalp Covered with EC- zcmatous Scabs and Sores Cured by Cuticara. M l little son, aged oierht yours, has boon afflicted with Kozoma of tho sculp, anil at times a groat portion of tho body, over slnco he was two years old. U begun in his oars, and extended to Ms scalp /which became cov-, orod ,with scabs and sores, and from which a sticky fluid poured out. causing Intense itching find distress, and lenving his hair matted and lifeless. Underneath those scabs the slcln was raw, like a piece of beefsteak. Gradually the hair oarno out and was destroyed, until but a small patch was left at the back ot the head. My friends In Peabody know how my little boy has suffered. At night he would scratch his head until his pillow was covered with blood. I used to tie his hands behind him, and in many ways tried to prevent his scratching; but it was no use, he would scratch. 1 took him. to tho hospital and to tho best physicians In 1'ca- body without success. About this time, some friends, who hud been cured hy the Cuticura Remedies, prevailed upon mo to try them. 1 began to USB them ou the 15th of January last. In eovon months every particle of the disease was removed. Not a spot qr scab remains on his scalp to tell tho story of his suffering. His hair has returned, and is thick and strong, and his scalp as sweet and clean as any child's in the world. I cannot say enough to express my gratitude for this wonderful cure by the Oiitleurn Heine- dies, and wish all similarly afflicted to know that my statement is true and without exaggeration. OHAULES MOKAT, Oct. 6,1885. Peabody, Mass. I have seen Mr. McKay's boy when badly affected with tho Eoeoma. Ho was a pitiful sight to look at. I know that he has tried our best physicians, uud did all a father could do for a suffering child, but availed nothing. I know th»t tho statements ho has made you as regards the curing of his boy by your Ontlcura Hemtdles are true in every particular. WILLIAM J MCCAKTIIY, 33 Foster street, 1'oabody, Mass. 11 do not know of any instance in which tho untieura Remedies have failed to produce satisfactory results. I beliovo I have sold norothem than of any other skin remedies I have ever handled during tho 33 years oi my experience aa a druggist. A. 0.TUVON, Bfttavla, N, Y. Sold every where. Price: Outleura, 60 ets.; Outicura Soap. 26 cents; Cutieura Besolvont, f 1. Prepared by Potter Drug and Ohomlcal Co,. Boston. Send lor "How to Cure Skin Diseases." "DT11/TPLE8, Mackhoaas. Slcln Blemishes Soap. and Baby Humors, use Cuticura A Word about Catarrh, "Itls tho mucous membrane, that wosidor- ful semi-fluid envelope surrounding tho delicate tissues of the air and food passages, that Catarrh makes its stronghold. Once established, it oats into tho very vitals, and renders llfo but u long-drawn breath of misery and disease, dulling tho sense of hearing, trammelling tho power of speech, destroying tho faculty of sinell, tainting the breath, and killing tho refined pleasures ol taste, insidiously, by creeping on from a elrrtplo cold in tho head, it assaults the membranous lining and envelops tho hones, Dating through tho delicate coats and causing inflammation, sloughing and death. Nothing short of eradication mil socuro health to tlio.putlont, and all alloviatlvos aro simply procrastinated sufferings, loading to a fatal termination. Sanford's Radical Cure,by Inhalation and by Internal administration, has never failed; even when the disease has mndo frightful inroads on dolicato constitutions, hearing, amoil and taste have boon recovered, and tlie disease thoroughly driven out. SANPOIUI'B llADiOAi. Olmi: consists of one bottle of tho Radical Cure, one boxOutarrhal Solvent, and one improved Inhaler, neatly wrapped In one package, with full directions; price $1. POTTKB DKUO & OHEMIOAI/ Co., BOSTON. HOW IT ACHES. Worn out with pain, but still compelled by stern necessity to stand up to tho work boloro us and bear tho pain. Rollnl in one minute In a Ou- tleura Anti-Pain 1'lastor lor aching .,., eidott and baek.woak & painful muscles,, tho sore chest and hacking cough, am! ovory pain and ache of daily toll. lOlogaut, now, original, upocdy, and infallible. At dvuKglstb, 28o,; live for }lj or, : postage Iroe, ol rotter Drug and Chemical Co.,Boston. «»" "\ir A TVPTrT* AT ONOE, A itE- W A™ 1. Jit D LIABLE liAN" to tako or dors for choice nursery stock. Good pay. Steady work. Outiit freo. No experience needed. JAMES K. WHITKEY, ap29dlm Isursorymun, Rochester, N.Y. PRICE LIST: I'KU 11111, LaBelle, - - - $4,75 Fairy, • • • • 4,50 Diamond Light,£ - 4.00 Fancy, - - - 3,50 KASKINE QUININE.) No bad effect No headache No nausea, MO ringing ears, C ure ", quickly |Pleasant,r ro A~POWBBFliL TONIC, that the most dolioato stomach will bonr. A HPJKOtFlC FOB MALA1UA, HHBUDIATISM, NERVOUS PKOSTUATtON, and.all Germ Diseases. FOB COLDS KASK1NB HAS IINBN FOUND TO HB ALMOST A SPE01K10. Superior to Ilollovuo Hospital, N. Y.i "Universally swo- 00 Mr!V. A. Miller, 030 East 157th street, N. Y., was cured by IKusIdno of oxtrome malarial prostration after sovon yoars suffering. Ho liad run down from 175 pounds to »", began on Kasklnoln Juno. 1880, wont to work in one month, rcgainodlhis full weight In 0 mouths. Quinine did him no good whatever. Mr. Charles Maxtor, architect, 183 K. 15dth St. N. Y., was cured by Knskino of dumb ague in 3 mouths after quinine treatment for 10 years. Mrs. J. Lawson, 141 Itorgou St., Urookly was cured of malaria and nervous dyspepsia ot many j'eixvsstnndlng by KusUlne, tho quinine treatment having wholly failed. Uov. Jus. L. llau.Ulinplutn Albany Fonlton- tlary.wrltos that Kasklno has cured his wife, after twenty yoars suffering from malaria and nervous dyspepsia. Write him lor particulars. Letters from tho above persons, giving fall details, will bo sent on application. flfcKasklnu can be takon without any special medical advice. $1.00 por bottle. Sold by or sent by mull on receipt of price. KASKINE CO., 1)4 Wavron St., New York myOdwlm KAOLK PACKET COMPANY. SPRING ARRANGEMENT. The Steamer H. LBYHE, Master. ( B. Ross POWEI.I , ( ED. Btooic,OltKK s. On and urtor Monday, Fol>. 11, tho Spread Eagle will run as follows; vizi LEAVING ALTON FOR ST. LOUIS at 7 o'cloefe a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at 3 p.m., daily. And leaving Alton for Portage, jersey Landing. Gratton, and waj points every evening at 5:30 o'clock. «9^Che 'Whistllo will be sounded fifteen iniuutes before stating for St. Louis. IFAKKl To ST. Louis, • - - 8° ROUND TBIP • • - • .. . 16 TWBNTT EIDBB 1 • , - - 8 < O W. BILL, Agent. Fast Freight & Passenger Line TflE ST. LOUIS AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS 11. K. GO'S PALACE STEADIER J. V. ELLISON, Commander. i>. ANSIIUTZ, On and after Thursday ,Fob. 37th, wlllloavo Alton daily Commencing Monday, April 4th, steamer Hudson will lottvo St. Louis for Alton, Portage, Jersey, Grafton and all points en St. L. & 0. 1. 11. (I., daily, except Sunday, nt 8:30 a. in., arriving nt Alton at 11 a. m. Returning will leave Alton for St. Louis at 5 :45 p. m. arriving at St, Louis at 7:30 ii> mnpio time for parties to attend thoatrss, etc. fat ties purchasing round trip tickets will be furnished state rooms without extra cost. Round trip tickets of steamer Spread Eagle or Hudson wlli;bo honored by either boat for return passage. connecting -with fast express on St. Louis and Central Illinois Railroad for Jersoyvillo, VVa- verly, SptlngUeld and all points north and oast. FARE. To ST. Loms, single trip, . . . BOe. " " round trip, . . . 7So. •• " twenty riae ticket, . , $5.00 HENRY 0. TATUM, Gen. Agt. Alton. II. A. FISHER, Oon'l Manager. folldtf For Toilet Use. Ayor'a Hair Vigor keeps tho hair soft and pliant, imparts to it the lustre and freshness of youth, causes it to grow luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures all scalp diseases, and is the most cleanly of all hair preparations. AVFR'Q ^ B ' r Vigor hoa given mo l\ I un O perfect satisfaction, i was nearly bald for six years, during which timo I used nmiiy hair preparations, but without N;:<!I.>I?!<S. Indeed, what littlo hair I had was growing thinner, until 1 tried Ayor's IIair Vigor. I used .two bottles uf i!io Vi^or, anil my head is now we]! covered with a new growth of Iiuir. — .1 udscin U, chapel, Peabody, Mass. UAIR that has becomo -weak, gray, rintii am i faded, may have new lite and color restored to it by tho use of Aynr.'s Hair Vigor. **My hair was thin, fadi'd, and d:'.v, and foil out in largo (|!iM. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped tlio f.iljng, and restored iny hair to ita original color. As a dressing for tho hair, tliis preparation lias no equal.— Mary N. Hammond, Stiliwater, Minn, VlfiflR J' 01 "' 1 ' nn( l beauty, in tho V lUUil; appearanca of the lialr, may he proso.rved for an indelinlte period by tile use ot Ayur'8 Hair Vigor. •* A disease of tlio sculp caused my hair to bo- coino hur.ih ami dry, and to fall out freely. Nothing I tried scorned to do me any good until I commenced using Aynr's Iiuir Vigor. Three bottles of tlii.s preparation restored iny hair to a lirulthy condition, and it is now soft and pliant. My scalp is cured, and it is also true from dandruff,—Mrs. E. H, Kuss, Milwaukee, Wis. Ayer's Hair Vigor, Bold by DniggUtf and Ferfumeri* PRRTTKCT SAITBTY, prompt action, and wonderful curative properties, easily place Ayer's Pills at tlio head of tho list of popular remedies for Sick and Nervous lleaduclicB, Constipation, and all ailments originating in a disordered Livor. X liavo boon a great sufferer from Headache, and Ayer's Cathartic I'llls urn thn only medlcino that has ovor glyon mo relief. Ono done of thoaq Pills will quickly move my bowels, and free my head from pain,—William L. Pago, Klcmuond, Vu. • Ayer's Pills, Vroiurtd by Dr. J, O, Ayr It Co., Lowell. Ifm. Bold by nil Uonlvr. In JU'clldno. LotsofBry Stacks of Ladies Hats and Bonnets Latest of Novelties. All things in above lines of Goods. Carloads of Bargains, For Young, Old, Rich and Poor, Proud and Humble, at the Wide-awake Globe, - - - Alton. 1887 THE LATEST !—1887. JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR PRESSURE RANGES, Made In lour stylos. Two and Throe Burners. With Tin and Russia Ovona. AIPEBFECT Air Pressure, without tho elevated tnnk. Pressure is obtained with a weight, not with a pump. Absolutely tho safest; simple with no intricate parts, LIGHTS with carburettcd nir, Instead of oil in a drip cup. Gnfcollnc and Air Tanks are all of 3>S inch seamless brass tubing email connecting pipes.of heavy annealed bras»,with union couplings. One end oi tnhlc is of glass, showing quantity of oil in same. Cannot be filled while burning. . The regular line ol JEWEL STOVES AND RANGES are Improved mechanically and artistically. Largo double ovon for three burner Rangos; Stand pipes increased In size to one inch, with large supply valvo and trap at base. All ovens are mado double or nuo lined. apOd4m PITTS & HAMILL Sole Agents. HAY-FEVER fiq ls}S!Ur>lU([ )V wit sjmjf •votfomutvifiii gfivfly -payy m/f eatwitp if •pj/iMsqv tipjajiibn SJJJLJWU ojui -.uirjifiti .to /nm 'pin/in i> JOM */ 'lvii jvvfiaa &',.{//.*/ Hundreds Have Been CURED By taking tbo OKEAT GOLDEN SEAL. Testimonials aro being rccoivod daily regarding its 'wonderful properties. Eminent physicians endorse It as tho greatest medical discovery of tho day. Tho GREAT GOLDEN SEAL Is u Nerve Food, Building up tho nervous eystcn and tho tlrod brain. An Anti-Periodic Or Provontatlvo of ChlUs, Fovor ' and Malaria. An Alcoholic Andidote Overcoming tho o'vll effects of ekcoasivo alcoholic indulgences. A Nonalcoholic Stimulant Toning up tho ontlro system. If you aro Just recovering from Blokneas, no known remedy Will's) vo strength and health so fust. Prlco, $1.00 por bottle at alt Druggists. THE GREAT GOLDEN SEAL DRUG CO., 54 LaSallo Av.. CHICAGO, ILL. " LOOKOUT HM! THE CELEBRATED QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stove ! WBLSON FOR SALE AT J, HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers in 8TOVISS AND HAIM>AYAU1S Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND, OUU, HBOONI) AND AUIY HTH. TJieno WdiihbonrJs nro made with a JtoU< .Wood rim. Tlio Strongest bosK/a and best wishera »$)>(> world.- Por sate by all doulera. Tuku no other. HAfillVAW M'F'G CO., Snt-Inaw, Michigan. PAINT ">• tlionio^frviitloiiof »h(na;Io mul metal roofr. Fur <j \i i- Imn iM or car load. For prlco*, adimw O. IIH«- !.;->|»|K, ^ rO,» <l«-iivrul A«v«(m 40tt West Vun i>-MTU Ht.f ChU'iiuo, orMtcultfuuliUUibcf w> J.WILKES FORD&CO. Ol .fe Oli AV. •Wuililii'irtan St.i Vlilciiva, III. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS And Deului'B in Itoollng Miit«rlnl». Our facilities for doing work In Alton aru suoh that wo.oau do tho very best quality o! Kolt and Uravol Itoollng, tho si(mo aa in use on all the lli'bt-oliuju buliulneu In Chicago at a lower prloo than Tin or Iron, and warrant our rools for live yoars. Wo also aoll materials with full instruction how to do the work or furnish auD.xpurlonood man. apitdly UOO BA.Q8 HIGGtNS' FUREKA FINE SALT- For Dairy and Table UHC, lu'14 Ib. liuon Hivolts and 60 Ib. HriokHf for ualo by J. A, RYJRIE,

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