Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 7, 1887 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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AMOK DAILT TELE8SAPTL •1 VT. T. KOBTON, Cor, Third Mtf FiMB ltrmt*, Alton* HI. SATURDAY EVE,, MAY 7. " . UPPEB. ALTON. MUNICIPAL—The Town Council made th« ' following appointments Thursday evening: Olerk, H. O, Swift: Treasurer, C. W. Lererett. Both of these officers are rtappolnted. The committees are M follows: Sidewalks, Messrs. Malson and Mills; Streets, Messrs. James and Gnggsby; Finance, Messrs. Mills and James; Public Buddings, Messrs. Griggs and Malson.; A petition baring been presented asking for submission to vote the question ot organization as a village under the general law, notice of such election was ordered to issue at once. This petition was.a very strong one, embracing the names of not a few who voted against city organization, but favor this method of reforming the municipal government. We predict that there will be a largo vote In favor of this measure but no friend of goad government should omit to express his opinion one way or the other. It appears to the writer that all the arguments advanced in favor of the city organization scheme are applicable now, with this addition, that much of the expensive machinery of a city, even a small one, is to be avoided m a village, while the powers of the Council now iu office will be broadened to cover very nearly the authority of a city Board of Aldermen. ATHLETIC—The Shurtloff students have formed an Athletic Association for the advancement of such sports as college boys here may engage m. They have cleared out a fairly large ball ground in the southeast corner of the college campus. Today ihey went to Curhnvllle to play the Blackburn base ball club and two weeks hence hope to have the pleasure of defeating them again here. The Bhurtleff girls should have a gymnasium. A WOLF—Mr. Thos. Evans was plowing near his residence, northeast of town, a few days ago, when he saw a "strange animal crossing the field.- fie got a gun and gave chase,; the result being the slaughter of an immense grey w«lf, probably "the last of the Mohicans," in Ibis neighborhood. He brought him to town for exhibition, afterwards removing the pell and stretching it. . BUILDIMO ASSOCIATION —The regular meeting showed everything working safely and smoothly. A loan of $1,800 havingfbeen made last month, there was no money to loan. PEBSONAL—frof. O. B. Dodge has been kept at home several days past by illness. Rev. F. O. Blair, County Agent; conducted-the services connected with the annual meeting of the Upper Alton Bible Society in the Presbyterian church last Sunday evening. MDSICA.I.—The May festival at the M. • E. church, Thursday evening, was a sucoaas, netting a neat sum for the Benevolent Society. LiTnaiiiT—The Literary Union met with I'col. L. M. Castln, last evening. The Sigma Phi Society celebrated their recent victory by 'a special pro- gramme, the invitations to which bore the imago of the veritable "cook of the .walk." BALL MUTES. [For the Telegraph. ] There is no field or team captain living who is Anson's equal m tact and ability. When Anson leaves the Chicago Club the team will be bereft of a great part of its strength. Comiskey and Ward come next iu the estimate. Boston thinks she'll have a soft thing in Now York when Keefe isn't in the box. Phenomenal Smith's star pales before the fiery, effulgence of the Kilroy orb. The St. Louis Browns are once more running bases with their old dash and vim. flew York Is no longer alone in misery. Boston, too, has had to succumb to a college team. DAN. That tired tooling and loss of appetite are entirely overcome by Hood's Sarsapanlla, the peculiar medicine. Try it and see. 9 IUVEH NEWS. The rise in the river caused by the heavy rains has about spent itself, and a decline is expected in a day or two. The Gem City left here for St. Louis at 9 o'clock this morning. Three eagles take flight this evening, the Spread Eagle, for Grafton; Bald Eagle, for Clarksville, and War Kagle, for St. Paul. The Calhoua, also, loaves k for Peorla; the Pittsburg, for St. Paul, the Gum City, for Keokuk and thu Hudson, for St. Louis,. Aarloe to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children toothing, is the presorptioii of one of the best female nurses and physicians m the United States, and has been used for forty years with never- failing success by millions of mothers (or their children. During the process of teothlug its value is incalculable. It Tollevea the child, from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and wind-oolio. By giving health to the child it roeta the mother jnoo 36o a bottle. la 15 m w I'EitSOKAL. Mr. C. P. Wilharra, of Prairie town, was in the city today. Mr. Fred Hayden returned from Villa Ridge, Thursday evening. Hon. Qeo. A, Smith sends us a copy of the Salida (Col.,) Dnily News. Dr. Fisher started for Omaha this morning instead of yesterday as ho intended. Mr. JR. C. Spoonor, State, Insurance Commissioner of 'Wisconsin, is in the city today. State Senator Iladley passed through the eity last evening on his way from Springfield to his home at Edwardsvitle. Mayor M'Plko returned from Spring* field on the same train. Dr.(i. A. Herrmann, a graduate from the St. Louis Medical College over a year ago, has opened an office on Third street over Pfeiffer's shoo store. Mr. C. H. Nichols, of Trinidad, Col., s in town on his return from the east. He will remain here over Sunday. Prof. Knnkel, of Kunkel Bros., St. Louis, was in town yesterday. Their agent, Mr. Rice, is canvassing the city 'or their publications. Ears and Scalp Covered with EC- zematous Scabs and Sores Cured by Cutlcura. M * little son, aged eight years, has been afflicted with Eczema or tho scalp, and at times a groat portion of the body, over since be was two years old. M began In his oars, and extended to bis scalp,which became covered ,wlth scabs and sores, and from which a sticky fluid poured out. causing intense [tailing and distress, and leaving his heir matted and lifeless. Underneath those scabs the skin was mw, like a piece of beefsteak. Gradually the hair came out and was destroyed, until but a email patch was left at the back ot tho head. My friends In Peabody know how my little boy bus suffered. At night he would scratch his head until his pillow was covered with blood. 1 used to tie his hands behind him, and In many ways tried to prevent his scratching; but it was no use, be would scratch. I took him to tho hospital and to tho beat physicians in Peabody without success. About this time, some friends, who had been cured by tho Outloura Remedies, prevailed upon uio to try them. 1 began to usn them on tho 15th of January last. In seven months every particle ol the disease was removed. Not a spot or scab remains on his scalp to tell tho story of his suffering. Ills hair has returned, and is thick and strong, and his scalp as sweet and clean as any child's in the world. !• cannot say enough to express my gratitude for this wonderful cure by tho Outlcnrtv Kerne- dlus, and wish all similarly afflicted to know that my statement is true and without exaggeration. CHARLES MCKAY, Oct. 0,1885. Peabodyi Mass. I have seen Mr. McKay's boy when badly affected with the Eczema. lie was a pitiful sight to look at. I know that he has tried our best physicians, and did all a father could do for a suffering child, but availed nothing. I know that the statements ho has made you as regards tho curing of hla boy by yonr Ontlcura Remedies are true in ovory particular. WILLIAM. J MCCARTHY, 83 Foster street, Poabody, Mass. 11 do not know of any instance In which the Outloura Remedies have failed to produce satisfactory results. I believe 1 have sold more them than of any other skin remedies I have ever handled during the 83 years of my experience as a druggist. A. D.TBVON, Batavla, N, Y. Sold everywhere. Price: Outicnra, 50 cts.; Cuttcuvu Soap. 24cents; Outiuura Besolvont, $1. Prepared: by Potter Drug and Chemical Co.. Boston. Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases." 1'LES, Blackheads. Skin Blemishes and Baby Uumors, use Outlcuia PIM Soap. A Word about Catarrh, 'Ills the mucous membrane, that wonderful semi-fluid envelope surrounding tho delicate tissues of the air and food passages,that Catarrh makes Its stronghold. Once established. It oats into the very vitals, and renders life but a long-drawn breath of misery and disease, dulling the sense of hearing, trammelling thu power of speech, destroying the faculty ot smell, tainting the breath, and killing tho refined pleasures of taste. Insidiously, by creeping on from a simple cold In the head, It assaults tho,membranous lining and envelops tho bones, eating through the delicate coata and causing Inflammation, sloughing and death. Nothing short of eradication will secure health to tho patient, and all allovlatlvos are simply procrastinated sufferings, loading to a fatal termination. Sautovd's Radical Cure,hy Inhalation and by Internal administration, has never fallou; nven when the disease has made frightful Inroads on delicate constitutions, hearing, smeil and vasto have been recovered, and the disease thoroughly driven out. SANFOUU'S .RADICAL OUIIE consists of one bottle of the Radical Cure, one boxOatarrhal Solvent, and one Improved Inhaler, neatly wrapped In one package, with full directions; price $1. POTTEJS Dacro & CHEMICAL Oo., .BOSTON. HOW IT ACHES. Worn out with pain, but still compelled by stern necessity to stand Up to tho work before us and boar the ipaln. ttallnfln one minute in a Ou- 'tloura Anti-Fain Waster for aching rrrr aides and back,weak & painful muscles,! the sore ohost and hocking cough, and ovory pain and uoho of dally toll. Elegant, now, original, speedy, and Infallible. At druggists, 2flo,; live for ?1; or,'.postage tree, of Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston. MASTER'S SALE. State of Illinois—St, Olalr cotiKty. Of tho September term, A. D. 1880, of tho St. Olalr County Circuit Court. John N. Ohilton vs. Thomas Ohilton. Qoorgo Ohilton, James QUdoroy, Uobert W. Dlckonuon, Kllzabeth Ann Williams. UorothytBurn, Thmnasi liurn, James Burn, Barbara Ferguson, Haran Jane Burn, William Burn, John Thomas Burn. Dorothy Ann Burn, 1 sabollu Burn, James Burn, and Ifoury B. Ohallonor, Executor of tlin|lust will and tostment of John Ohllton, deceased. Bill for solo of real estate. Under and by virtue of tho decree of said court, made in the above entitled cause, at laid tenn,I, tno undersigned, will, on BATUUDAY, JONK 4,1887, ut und on the premises herbtnftor described, sell to the highest und best bidder thetollow- Ing described Juno, situated In tho mildooun tyof Madison and State of Illinois, to-wlt: The west tnurth of tho southeast quarter ot the northwest quarter, containing ton (10) acres, and tho oast half of tho southwest quarter all in section thirty (30) In township six (I!) north r&nyo nine (0) west, Appraised value, }l,728,3ti. Hale to commence at two o'clock, p. m. TKRM8 OF BALE: Twenty per cent, of the purchase money to bo paid down in cash, and tho balance on a credit of six und twelve months, secured by a note and approved security, and u mortgage on the promises sold, on the oxocntlon of whioh, and upon confirmation of said sale, 1 will execute und deliver « deed to the purchaser or purohusora of laid land, as by said decree I am directed, conveying all the right, title und claim of tho said parties lu until suit to aald premises. AUIN/,0 8. WILDIWMAH. Master lu Ohuuoory of said county. M. AV. W»H«, Sol. npWdltwt* Notice of Final Settlement. To the devisees and loa»r«os of Tliuddoua 11. llvirlbul, UUOOHBOU, and nil whom It may concern. Notice Is hereby Ktvoii that I have nlod in the County Court ol Madison county. Illinois. uiyflmU report as Bxeoutrlx of tho last will and testament of TluulUuurf B. Hurl • but, deceased, and that I will appear liulnro sold Court on Monday, tho loth duy of Muy A. D. 1887, und ask that suld report be approved and that 1 bo discharged us such Kxeoutrlx FIIANOK8B A. U. HVANH, ttxoovitrlx ol tho Uwt will and tontainont ol Tlmddeus II, fiurlbut, ilooousoil, a wit TU« State Printing Steal. The report of the legislative commit" tee investigating the Suite printing steal at Springfield exposes a stftrtling oon« splraoy on .tha part of the contractors to bleed the State Treasury. That ring must be broken up, and, while it i-< about It, tho Legislature might «o further and break up other corrupt and ;rasping rings at the State Capital. It ias na many rings as a zebra. It is to bo'remarked, however, that, whoever else may have ,been guilty of knowingly playing into the hands of tho printing ring, Mr. Dement, the Score- ,«ry of State, whose onemios are trying .o involve him iu the affair, cannot properly bo included. His written ox» i)lanatlon, read b'oforo the House yes- :orclny, is a complete exculpation. As one of the awarding Commissioners, ho was simply imposed upon by the rings- :ers. Those who know Mr. Dement believe in his integrity, and they will accept his straightforward statement as "the truth, tho whole truth and nothing but the truth."— Chicago Journal. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. READ LIST OP BARGAINS -ATC, A. Schlueter's Agency, For Sale, cheap, cor. ol 7th and Alton sts.; raroo dwelling, I rooms and collar, rents for jlO per month. For Sale or Exohangae—100 acres, 85 in cultivation, 2>i miles northeast of Fostorburg, it a bargain. For solo—Five-room brick house, story and a half, corner Eighth and Mechanic street. Can be had at a bargain. Good (property to runt. One C-room new house, with cellar, cistern and coal house. Lot 50 by 110 on.nth. and Market sts^ For salo-^no 8-room house- anemone 3-room house, 9th and Market sts. Lot 50 by 110; good cistern and coal house, at a bargain. For sale—15 acres In North Alton with good orchard, burn and plenty of water. For sale—500 acres improved farm with rood house and stables in Woodson county, Kansas. R.R. runs across from Fort Scott to Wichita, 6 miles from county seat, For sole—75 acms partly bottom land, Improved farm, near Dorsey, with plenty of good buildings on same. For sale—JO pieces of valuable property with good houses, in tbis city. For sale or exchange—A nice little cottage in Bethalto, with 'plenty of ground, stable and eood water on premises. For sale or exchange—Two section's of "R.R. timber land in So. Missouri, loO miles from St. Louis on the Iron Mountain R. R., at a bargain. For sale or exchange, 3 acres ot ground" on Main St., adjoining Mayor,0oppinger's on the oast. For sale or exchange—6 sections of prairie land in. Crocket county, Texas. Wul soil cheap. Suitable for any farming purposes. Three acres adjoining .Dr.Roberts on north. Five lots on Dry st., adjulnIng,Thomas Biggins' residence on the oust. One and a half lots in Hawloy's addition. One and a half lots in Sholly's addition. Any of the above property can bo bought at a bargain. 11 > I also represent the Buffalo German Tire Insurance Co., Buffalo, N- Y., one of the best companies in the TT. S. And other good Companies in addition. C. A. SCHLUETER, Office in my New Building on Second street. mch!4d w Sealed bids will bo received at the office of the city engineer up to noon Tuesday, May 10, '87, for one year from date, for the oWn- ing of Hie following streets and alleys; Short street, from Stato;to the west side of Mill street. • S.tato street from Front to Fourth street. Third street from State to Plasa strnet. I'iusa street from Fourth to Front street, '* Belle street from Third to Ninth street. . Second street from State to Boston street. Fourth street from. State to Plnsa street. Sugar alloy from state to Plasa street. Also alloy from Short street to north side of Hart's stable. To be scraped, gathered, and hauled by teams, once every week for one year. Also for the cleaning, scraping and gathering of Second street from Easton {street to north of Herb's store, to bo cleaned once a month, both sides of said street. DIri must be placed whore committee on Streets'and Alloys direct. Parties bidding for said work will furnish all labor, teams, tools, &o., and give a good and sufficient bond for $300 The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids if not doomed beat for the Interest of the city. J. E. COPPINGEIl, 7 3 Chairman Street find Alley com. PRICE LIST: nni, LaBelle, • • • $4,75 Fairy, • -. - - 4,50 Diamond Lights - 4.00 Fancy, • •- - 3,50 ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. Kstate of Wm. Buckles, deceased, Tho undersigned, having boon appointed Administratrix of the estate of Wllllair Iluekles, late or tho county of Madison and Stiuo o! Illinois, deceased, hereby ulves notice that she will appear before trio County Oourt of Mudlson oounty, at the court lioiiHo In Kdwardsvlllo, at tho June term, on the third Monday In Juno next, at which time nil persons having claims agalnsl said estate are notified und requested to attend tor tho purpose of having tho same adjusted. All persons Indebted to suld estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 13Ui day of April, A.D., 1887. lUlUlllirO. UUGKLK8. glwilt* Administratrix. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. K8TATU of Rudolph Ebbolor, deceased. Tho nnderslened,liavlngboon appointed Ex- ocutorof the last will and testamiuit of Itu- dolnh Kbbolor lato of the county of Mtultson und State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give* notice that ho will appear before the county court of Madison county, at the court honmi, In ISdwardsvlllo, at tho Juno term, on the third Monday lu Juno next,, nt which time all persons having elulms against said estate are notified und requested ft attend for tho purpose ot having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate tire requested k> uwko Immediate payment tothu undur. Dated this 20th dnyof April. A.' n 1887. FllANK tollOEllEIU-K Exoemor, KASKINE (THE QUININE.) No bad effect No headache No nausea, MO ringing ears, nure \qulokly iPleasant,V uro A POWISHFUL. TONIC, that the moat delicate stomach will boar. A SPECIFIC FOB MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, and all Qorm Diseases . FOR COLDS KASKINE If AS MEBlNFOUKD TO BE ALMOST A SPECIFIC, Superior to Quinine. flellovuo Hospital, N. Y.: "Unlveraolly successful." Mr. F. A. Miller, 030 East 157th street, N. Y.. as cured bvlKasMno of extreme inaluiial prostration after seven years suffering. Ho bad run down from 175 pounds to 07, oogan on Kasklnein Juno. 1880, wont to work in one month, rogained|hl8 full weight in 0 months. Quinine did him no good whatever. Mr. Charles Baxter, architect, 133 B. 120th st. N. Y., was cured by Kasklno of dumb ngue In J months after quinine treatment for 10 years. Mrs. J. Lawson, 141 Bergen St., Brookly was cured of malaria und nervous dyspepsia of many yonrseiandlng by Kasklno, the quinine oreatinont'havlng wholly failed. Rev. Jas. L. HaU.Ohaplaln Albany Penitentiary .writes that Kaskfne has cured his wife, niter twenty years suffering from -malaria and nervous dyspepsia. Write him lor. particulars. Letters from the above persons, giving full details, will be sent on application. ftKasklne can be taken without any special tfiedlcal advice. $1.00 per bottle. Sold by or sent by mail on receipt of price. KASKINE CO., 54 Warren St., Now York mySdwlin KAOLK PACKET COMPANY. SPRING ARRANGEMENT. The Steamer H. LEYHE, Master. CD | E.Ross POWELL I ED.-BLOOK,Oloi-u B. On and alter Monday, Feb. 11, tho Spread Eagle will run as follows, vizi LEAVING ALTON FOR ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at 3 p.m., daily. And leaving Alton for Portage, Jersey Landing, Grafton, and waj points every evening at 6:30 o'clock. «a-The Whistle will bo Bounded fifteen minutes before starting for St. Louis. fPABB) TO ST. LOOTS, - - - BO ROUND TBIT - • • - - TWKimr RIDES' • „,' .- 6 G W. HILL. Agent. Fast Freight & Passenger Line THE ST. LOUIS AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS H. R. CO'S PAI.ACE STEABIEK J. F. ELLISON, Commander. KP.ANSUBTZ, ioim-ks " TnuK DODGE, ) ulorKB On and after Thursday,Fob. 17th, will leave Alton dally Commencing Monday, April 4th, steamer Hudson will leave St. Louis for Alton, Port- ago, Jersey, Grafton and all points en St. L. & 0.1. R. tt., dally, except Sunday, at 8:30 a. m., arriving nt Alton at 11 a. m. Returning will leave Alton for St. Louis ut5:4B p. m. arriving at St, Louis at 7:30 in ample time for parties to attend theatres, etc. Parties purchasing round.trip tickets will bo furnUhod state rooms without extra cost. Round trip tickets of steamer Spread Engln or Hudson will^be honored by either boat for return passage. connectingwlth fast express on St. Louis and Central Illinois Railroad lor Jersoyvillo, Waverly, Spiingfloldaud all points north and oast. FARE. To ST. Lama,sliiKle trip, . . , 50c. " " round trip, .... 75o. '• " twenty rlao ticket,. , $5.00 HENRY C. TATU!>t, Gen. Agt. Alton. II. A. FISHER, ften'l Manager. felldtf Sore Eyes The eyes ore always in sympathy with the body, and afford an excellent index ol its condition. AVhen tho eyes become weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, it is an evidence that tho system baa become disordered by Scrofula, for •which Ayer's Barsaparilla is tho best known remedy. Scrofula, which produced a painful Inflammation in my oyes, caused uio much suffering for a number of years. By tho advice of a physician I commenced taking Ayor's Sursuparillu. After using this, medicine a short time I wan completely Cured My oyes are now in a splendid condition, and I am as well and strong as ever. — Mrs. William Gage, Concord7N. H. For a number of years I wa» troubled, •with n'humor In my eyes, and was unable to obtain any relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sursaparilla. This medicine lias effected a complete cure, and I believe it to bo the best of, blood purifiers.—C. E. Upton, Nasliua.'N. H. Prom cliiUUiootl, and until with n few months, I liovo been afflicted with Weak and Sore Eyos, I have usod for tbcse, complaints, with beneficial results, Ayor's Sursaparilla, and consider it a great blood purilier, — Mrs. 0. 1'hillips, Glover, Vt. I suffered for a year with inflammation iu my loft eye. Throe ulcers formed ou the ball, depriving mo of sight, and causing grout piiin. After trying many other remedies, to no purpose, I was Iliuu- ly induced to use Ayer's Sarsuparilla. By Taking throe bottlos of this medicine I have been entirely cured. My sight lias been restored, nnd there iu no sigu of iiillnnmm- tlon, sore, or ulcor In my oyo, — Kendul T. Bowon, Sugar Tree Kidge, Ohio. My daughter, ton years old, was nflllct- od with Scrofulous Soro ISyos. During tho last two years she never saw light or any kind. Tliyslciuus of tho highest standing exerted their skill, but with no permanent BUUUUSB, On tho recoininon- dnllou of a friend I purchased a bottle of Ayor's Sarsixpivrllla, which my daughter commenced taking. Jioforoshe Imd used the third bottle her sight was restored. Her cure is complnta. — AV. E. Suthor- laud, Kvangellst, tihelby City, Ky. * Ayer's Sarsaparllla, Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Man. Bold by »U Uruggliu. 1'ilce $1 i ill boHlon, |S. Lots of Dry Stacks of Ladies Hats and Bonnets Latest "of Novel ties. 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 RANGED Made In four stylos. Two and Throe Burners. With Tin andThissitt Ovons. AJPEKFECT Air Pressure,-without the elevated trnlc. pressure is obtained wltli a weight, not with a pump. Absolutely the safest; simple with no intricate parts, LIGHTS with carburettcd air, instead of oil in a drip cup. Gasoline and Air Tanks are all of 3>f inch seamless brass tubing small connecting pipes of heavy annealed brns«,wlth union couplings: One end of tank is of glhss, showing quantity of oil in same. Cannot bo filled while burning. , .. The regular lino of JEWEL STOVES AND RANGES are improved mechanically and artistically. Large double oven for three burner Ranges; Stand pipes increased in size to one inch, with largo supply valvo and trap at base. All oveng are made double or .flue lined. npOcWm PITTS & B AMILL, Sole Agents. Hundreds Have Been CURED By taking tho GREAT GOLDEN SEAL. Testimonials uro being received dally regarding ila wonderful properties. Eminent physicians endorse it as tho greatest medical discovery of tho duy. Tho GREAT GOLDEN SEAL IB a Nerve Food, Building up tho nervous Bystcu and tho tlrod brulu. An Anti-Periodic Or Preventativo of Chills, Foyer mid Malaria. Au Alcoholic Andidote 0 vorcomfng tho evil effect B of excessive alcoholic Indulgences. A NonAlcoholic Stimulant Toning up tho entire system. If you oro Just recovering from sickness, no known remedy will gl vo strength and health so fust. Price, $1.00 per bottle ot all Druggists. THE GREAT GOLDEN SEAL DRUG CO., 54 LaSallo Av.. CHICAGO, ILL. ' HAY-FEVER ELY'S CUE AST l)AL3t Is not a liquid, snuff or powder. Applied into nostrils is quickly absorbed. It eleanie* tlie Juad. Allays inflammation. Jleali t/u sores. Restores the senses of taste and smell. CO emits at Dnnjijkti; lu mail, nyMeral, 00 centi. ELY BROTHERS.Dru(rgl8ts,Owcgo.SX» LOOKOUT TUB OELEI111ATED QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stovo ! FOH SALE AT J. HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers m STOVES AND HABDAVAUB Also Outside Work ft specialty. UoolliiB und aulvaiiizod Iron Work. .Also Undertaker's Supplies • ALWAYS ON HAND. COU. HKOONO AMU AI.HY UTH. WBL.SON Tlioso M'aiihlxmrds art) made with a lteii< .Wood rim. Tho Strong- out boarjd and best million m tfo world. For aalo by all dculora, TuUa no othor. 'O CO., Michigan. ''••tltutirewrvfttlon'oCrittnalo fttwl itictut roolV. Vor > nj,v Imrrulot* car loud. Fur prlwn, uildn'HK t>. till*- ;>'*l'*£f *Vi,V 0 -' fi«U'rniA|COMi«, 40U U'l-.t Vim •4.-f it Ht.) Cblvuuu, or MIvUltE J. WILKES FORD & CO. Ol A OU W. Wuihliiirtou St., UliloiiKo, III. FELT AND ORAVEL ROOFERS And Dealers In Konllug Materials, Our fu- ellltlus fordoing work In Alton are such Unit we.ouu do the very best quality of I'olt and Ctravel Uoollnu, tho saino us m use on all thollrst-uluss buildings In Chicago ut u lower price tlmn Tin or Iron, und warrant our roots for five years. We also sell muterluis with full Instruction how to do the worn or furnish aiicxiicrloncud man. 2OO BA.OB HIGGENS' FUREKA FINE SALT- Vor Divlry am! Table Use, Ib. linen BUcka and 00 Ib sacks, for Halo by J. A, BYRES,

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