Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 10, 1887 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 10, 1887
Page 4
Start Free Trial

-THE § ?•"" BEST TONIC. ? Thl«gmcaiclno,?cotal)inlng Iron with pure vegetable tonic*, quickly and completely Care* Dyipepiln. Imllgrstloii, \V«ak- nenn, Impure Illaoil, Mnlarln, Clilll* and .Feven, anil Nenrnlgln. U i« nn unfnlllnif remedy fur Ulsciuce oftho Kldncjr and Liver. U la Invnltmblo for DJsonaca peculiar to Women, nod all who lead ncdontary liven. Ildoes not Injure Ihaiccth.canBehcadRctio.or produce con»UpatIoiPfl//i(T Iron malldnct do. H cnriohei and purlflo tho blond, stimulates tho nppotlto, Bids tha n.isltnllntloii of food, rellovfii llcnrtliurn and nclclilng.nud Etrcngtnenx the mtisclcn nml nerves. For Intermittent Fever*, Idi of Kaergy, etc., It bus no equal. •Of* The Kenulno him nbovo triule mark nnd crossed feu lines on wrapper. Tnko no other. tU4t mil b/ IIROtTN UlUICAt It).. IIALTIBOEK, ID SCOTT'S EMULSIQH OF PURE COD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatableao Milk. Tho only preparation of COD MVEIl Oil, tlmt can bo tiikcn reaill)}%ud tolonitod for a long tliuo br dcllcjile nloinnrln. . AN1> AS A KKHKDY FOB COXSPMPTlOy, RCHOKIil.OI S AFFECTIONS, ^XAKMM, '"OKX- KI1AL UKIIIU'I'T, fOlidllS jt.M» TIIIIOAT AV- ytxrrioxs, »Hii tii WASTIMI nisonnt:its ot' Cllll.ltllKN It h mni-TcUous In Ha FrcwcrltKHl mul uurforaccl by tlm bosl 1'liyslclnua In tho countries ot tho world. FOR RBI F RV *:.• i HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE OK RENT, —BY- Rudersnausen & Sonntag; For Sale. A convenient aud pleasant homo at a rea- eoimble figure, being a two-siory frame IIOUBU oa Eighth street, near Honry. for Sale. A choloo farm ol 820 oorea, with first class mprovctnents, situated 2X miles east of Uruuswiok. Oharlton co., 6Io. for Hale. A one-story frame dwelling houso In good condition. In Topping's addition to Alton. for gale Cheap The residence "ot Oapt. W. F. oblo; two stories and mansard roof| 12 room 4 bolls, closets, dollars, etc.; 8 acres of groun Most •leslrable property In tho olty. f«r Sale. Ibonoroflol land near city limits, SU..Q ., two story brtuk and trame dwol iu nouso, both situated on the oust " o nuito street betweenOth and7th sncots' BO tho brick block of stor6s on Socoii .itreot, between Unui i and Kldgo street nowu as Hunter's row. fat Sale. A muall frame >' >..ilng houso within n no olocks of tha d it for $376. 160 acres • f good farming land, another tract ol 300 .tores, both unlmpro-yod Situate In Molt co., Kansas, at $10 aud '1(1 per acre tdspootivuly—one-third cash.balance on time. for Salv. Alarm of MOuores on bottom land, all In cultivation, near Madlsou.ln tula county. A good twO'Btory frame dwelling hov.uo on it. Frloo $3,000 tor Sale. • • A choice farm of MO' aoros, situate 1 mile nonth of Bhipinun, Macouplu county, 111., at a low figure. ••&,'<* A farm, consisting of MO acres of good land situate within 2 icilos of Upper Alton, auita • bio for dairy purposes. Ohoiip. JOSEPH JAWKiSTT'S LIVERY STABLED fttOKT STUEBT, BETWEEN AUJYANDKASTON. Al/TOf U.T.TNU1 TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THE BOOM. Fartlosiutondlng to bny Heal Estate In the olty ol Alton or Ylelnlty will find It to tholr Interest to call nt theolllceof Itudorahauson A Sonntag and examine their Hut of properties for sale ax only a part thereof is itdvor- _ tu«d. ai>8dwtl WATGHSPRING S ?' 3 * 0<MO °««>P«000«30«0(3»00«CXMOC3«b'o S «ift With glitlliig Detachable Springs. E3r'Better than Whalebone or Horu,j£i ami guaranteed never to break/ Price, $1.25. For win by leading wholc«al« onU retiill otab- luhuicuti, MAYER, STROUSE & CO. 413 Broadway, N. Y., ^r:\nuf^^cturors. ALTON TBLBGRAPH. (Enl«ro<t n* Seoonci-nmiw Matter nt the V, O. nt Alton, 111.) ___ TOE8DAY EVK., MAY 10. RETRIBUTION. BY "THE DUCHESS." xvrri. "Where) 1 " exclaims Mllllcent, ns much taken nbnck ns even Lndy Vnlworth can desire. "Rrmml Nndlne's neck." "Oil, you must Imvo been mistaken) How could Nnditio have a diamond cross of such vnlnef" "How, Indeed! Sho »ald nho had been [riven It by thnt mnn to whom she In on— I'nul Aniicrloy." A city clerk) Impossible) Dearest aunt, you m/iy bo sure you have made a mistake. These French Jewelries nro so good nowadays. They copy so exactly the flno old dcnlgns that ono is easily deceived when brought face to face with them." "No! I ntn not deceived," says Lndy Valworth. Her tono IB that of ono who is Hiiro of her argument. It is, indeed, so strong, so unlike the usually vacillating Lady Vnlworth, that Mllliccnt is struck by it. "It is my cross — the ono belonging to the diamond net Sir Thomas gave mo on my marriage, that is hanging around her neck." "But how could Nadlno" "If you doubt It," suld Lady Valworth, with sudden vehemence, "let mo have an authority to prove that whnt I say Is right. Call Sir Thomas. Me is over there. A.«k him." "Dear Lady Vnl- .worth, but you know you would not like to distress iilss Koche," puts In Gerald Mnssareeno who has been perforce n listener to I he disclosure anil who now feels he must take a prominent part in the discussion. He is amply rewarded for his interference by an eloquent look from Milllcent. "True — true I" says Lady Vnlworth sighing. "I shall not speak to Sir Thomus now hut by and by I shall call his attention to it. Good' heavens! Millicent this may mean tho recovery of tho whole set. " "l-Iimlly I think. Tlieso matters drift. By piecemeal they enter tho windows of respectable jolwolerp, and all tho research in tho world will not bring to light the real offenders." "Still, it gives hope. I shall examine Nadlne, aud — " "Not now— not until to-morrow night has gone over our heads!" entreats Millicent, eagerly, willing to spare Nadiuc a shock. "Why would you mako unhappy u guest In your house on tho very eve of Gfanlt'B birthnight ball?" This is the very argument of nil others to gain over Lady Valworth to her wny ol thinking. "Yes. All should go smoothly for Granlt," snys Granit's mother thoughtfully. "And Nadlne — she — she may not be to blame." "May not?" Mllliccnt's eyes grow dark with indignant reproach. "What can you mean by such a speech as that? Nadiuel Do you for ono instant believe that she has had any part in this strange story of which you speak?" "My dear child, 1 would not hurt you in any way, as you well know — not even through another. And as for Niidluc, you can see yourself how highly I esteem her." "Highly Indeed, -when yon can hint at scandal in .connection with her." "I havo hinted nt nothing. I confess I am horribly distressed at seeing my own cross round another's neck. Do you blame mo for that?" In her distress at having brought down tho anger of her sou's fiancee upon her head, and her agitation at seeing again a portion of her lost diamonds, poor Lady Valworth is reduced to the vcfry verge of despair, "Bo reasonable, Millicent. At least, grant mo justice. I havo said nothing to Nadine. Why should I, when I deem her innocent? Yet" the connecting link bo- twoen mo aud tho robber of my diamonds lies with her." " I will not havo her connected with this affair in any way," cries Millicent, hotly, tears in her eyes. "In seeking for your missing link, you will Incriminate her, IHU! terrify her and mako her wretched. And she has had nothing to do with it. Has she?" Sho turns almost defiantly upon Massa- reeno, who up to this has been silent. "Do you think she has?" "A thousand times no!" declares he gently. "Hiss liocho and deceit of any kind saem to mo ns far apart us tho poles. It stands to reason, too, that if she had known anything of the lost diamonds, she would hardly have worn them here." lie is so earnest, BO eager in his speech, that Milllcent, with her eyes full of tears, lays her hand on his. This act repays him for many things, and makes him trebly Nndino'H friend. And his argument, too goes home to Lady Valworth, BO that two causes are gained. If tho latter had over permitted herself to havo any doubts, they now vanish into nothingness, and only Nadino's pale, pure face risus before her. On such a face no guilt could lie I •"My dear, I meant nothing— nothing, 80 far ns Nadlne Is concerned!" she cries in agitation; "but, of course, it Is only natural that I should desire the return of my diamonds— Sir Thomas' diamonds. If Nadino can help mo to n solution of this difilculty. 1 Bhivll forever hoia hor In my debt." "Who gave this cross to her?" Mllllcent suddenly, If a little coldly. "The man to whom she is engaged. Paul Annerley sho called him. Tho man she Is going to marry," "You present him to mo in tho light of either n dupe or n swindler." "A dupe, most probably. Ho may, however, be of use to us in the discovery of tho missing stones." "It will distress Nadino very much to have her lover accused of being an outsider in this affair." "I do not sco that," says Massaroeno, quickly, who Is us honest as ho is f ulflUod. of love. "If hocan lead justice toitsendB, why should he not he used? Mi»» Hooho, I am sure, would be tho very last to pro- vent that; and go, when you couio to think of It"— looking at Millicout— "would you." "Well— perhaps. But Nudlne must not bo teased now. Not to-night. To-morrow night perhaps, wheu tho ball is over —hut not before. " '.'As you will," says Lndy Valworth, with n sigh. Sho would havo lilted to speak with Nadino now at once. "Is it a conspiracy?" asks Duran, coming up at this moment and touching Lady Valworth lightly on tho arm. "You all look so solemn—oven Miss Grey, who, us cv vulo, is guy us spring timo." "01)1" exclaims MUJlcontj "it in thin curious affair," sho goes on; "mintle imagines sho has seen to-night some of her lost, diamonds. And whoro tlo yon think?" "In tho servants' hall?" suggests he, laughing. "No. Here. In this very room, worn by ono of her guests." "Impossible I" Something in her tone removes the smllo from Dnran's lips. He turns to Lady Valworth. "A guest?" ho says. "Milliccnt Is Indiscreet," hesitates Lady Valworth, casting a reproachful glance at hor nicco. "Not that; only a little angry," returns Milllcont, with a rather tremulous wnilo. "And why should what you have told us bo hidden? Why, after all, are we tc whisper of it in comers? Wo almost condemn her In BO doing." "Condemn) Who?" exclaims Duran sharply. Instinct, lovo, what you will, has led him to a knowledge of tho truth. "Nadino," replies Lady Valworth inn low tone, her eyes lowered. "Who hns dared"— Ho checks himself abruptly by an effort that renders hia face as white and cold as marble. "You can scarcely allude to Miss Roche when speaking of this matter," ho goes on, with n labored attempt to appear calm. "Of Xadine? Yes. But it is all a mistake," says Millicent. "Lady Valworth has seen a diamond cross around her neck. But one cross of that sort io so like another I I for my part fool sure it is a mere coincidence." "It is a point on which no doubt should bo allowed to rest even for a moment," declares Duran, his brow darkening. Ho looks round him. "Miss Hocho'is at the other end of tho room. Will you permit me to bring hor hero, Lady Valworth, and lot you have a closer examination of this cross? You, too, J! IBS Grey? You know tho cross In question:-" "I havo seen it—yes," says Millicent, slowly. "If you think it better to lift this doubt from Lady Valworth's mind so—bring Nadino her?. But upon one thing I insist"—fixing her eyes first on him and then on her aunt with an imperious glance—"that no thorfght of our suspicion is betrayed to Nadlne. I will not havo her hurt—offended" Sho breaks off abruptly. Sho is agitated, and hor eyes aro troubled. Could she know It, her agitation, kindly, womanly as it is—has made Duran her friend for life. "Certainly, no allusion should bo made to—er—anything awkward," l nits in M«s- sareene hurriedly. Duran hns already gone in quest of Na- elinoj and presently returns, bringing her to where Lady Valworth, Mlllicont, and Gerald Massareene nro standing. The girl, flushed and lovely, forgetful for the moment of all her cruel future, and mindful only of tho happy present that has given her Duran, advances toward the anxious, expectant group with smiling lips and wide, glad eyes. Upon her neck. tho fatal cross is rising, falling, glittering, as oiily tho purest diamonds can. Millicent, her gaze fixed upon them, feels her heart contract. If not Ludy Vttlworth's cross, it is unfortunately horribly like It. Some few words pass between her and Nadlne. The latter is too full of the hour's passionate joy to heed tho griof within her friend's eyes. But Duron reads it. Lady Valworth, after one swift glance at the girl's neck, lets her gaxo sink to hor fan, with which she persistently trifles until Nudino has gone by them. "Well?" sho says then, addressing Millicent. "I acknowledge it is like your cross— so like that it may l>c yours; and, if BO, no doubt this Paul Annerley bouglit it for her from wherever tho thief sold It." "A city clerk!—to buy that jewel!" There is unbelief, keen and strong, in Lady Valworth's low tone. "How else could ho have obtained it? Who is this Paul Annerlcy? How should he have had access to your jewel case?" Miss Groy's tono is somewhat impatient. "That is what I cannot say. I only know tho cross is mine," replies her aunt doggedly. "It resembles it. Thnt I admit. But I think time will prove to you that you are mistaken. It is probably only paste." "Paste of that sort is expensive for a city clerk." Her obstinacy angers Millicent. "Then in nil probability, as I said before, it Is mere glass—Spanish crystal— what you will," sho says, shrugging her" shoulders. "I can well believe it is a bit of French jewelry. What I cannot believe is, that Nadino has had any intercourse with a thief." "As you have said, timo will tell," replies Lady Valworth, moodily. Coal Miner Hurt. Luglit Farina, an Italian minor, employed in Abboy No. 8, was severely injured by a fall of slate, last, Tuesday. It was foared that his back was broken, and ho was taken to Highland to the hospital on Wednesday, Ho has no family hero and was about 85 years of Herald. Tho body is more susceptible to benefit from Hood's Sarsapanlla now than nt any other season. Therefore', take it now. 11 HUSBAND—' 'I was in great luck today, I found n silver dollar on tho street." Wifo—-"I wish you would give it to mo, John. Baby needs a now pair of shoes." Husband—"Uivo it to you? Why, 1 spent it, and another dollar with it, to celebrate the event." There is a doctor in our town, , And he was wond'rous wise: His buggy has u Ulco Coil Spring, And now rough roads defies. dwlw They Let Htm Hide Free. Brftkeman—"But don't you think that $1.60 a day is rather small pay for eighteen hours work on top of a freight carP" Superintendent— "But you forgot that we charge nothing for traveling. Let's soo you ride something like two hundred (miles daily, aud It doesn't cost you a coat." Scarlet Fever appeared in our village Dnrbya Prophylactic Fluid was naml for disinfect ing tho College buildings. Tho disease never wont beyond a single case, either in tho Colleiro or olsowliuro, whoro the Fluid was used—Itov. i'rea. G. V, Price, Auburn, Ala. Dtirbys Fluid dispels all forms of opldemlo diseases by destroying tho spores or germ poison that cause, con- t» th H wk London Ncetllntvomnitf Tlio. women riiffivgnl in llm nnivt trade aro to the full IIH ill oft', as biiilly paid, mid us much Io bt> pitted ns worn VlitMr sisters in Ui« tiny when Hood sang tholr sorrows ami snireringt. Tho woman who is solely depomlont upon slop uliirttiwkliig starves ratlior thai! lives by il. Shu soo'.i very ilwwl Tho Hfninstroso, lenn rintl weary unit wan, With only tlioithost of garments on, who, In povort.v, huniroi 1 , nnil tllrt, fnwii nt'miee with n double thread A slirmid HB well as n shirt. Happily, many of ilia 'shirt, hands nri! ""I wholly' ilnpowlunt upon tho darnings of tlio'ir neodlo. Numbers of the niivvriwl womou of tho poorer (ilassus work nt tho shirt trade with u view to supplementing tho Hoatity wages of thi'lr husbands, and the additional income thus •gained, though it may not bu more than three or four .shillings a week, sensibly increases the comfort of Ihe household. Considering the wrotc-hod prices paid for the work, the surprising thing is that the womnn should earn even so much as sometimes they do. Take the but- tonholing—tho leading branch of the work iu Tenement street. Tho holes are rough punched in the factories, the work of the outdoor hands being to stitch them round. This buttonholing is admittedly "niggling" work, and yet the rate at which it is paid for by the sweaters is a penny per do/.en collars. As each collar has tlu'eo holes, the hand, who llmls her own needle and cotton, has to stitch thirty- six bolus for a penny! Kvon so, some of the experts, by working long hours, by vising early o'n summer mornings and sitting late on winter nights, by living on food that is ready to be put into the mouth, ehiolly broad and butter, and eating as they work; by acting on these lines, some of tho but- touholers will earn as much ns eight- or nine shillings per week. The prices paid ."by tho manufacturers who give it out in the first instance are probably such as would enable a skilled and industrious hand to mako a living wage; but as matters stand such men arc almost compelled to employ middlemen, and the tender mercies of the sweater are cruel.— All the Year Rowul. Their Business Booming. Probably no one thing bus caused such a general revival of trade at K. Marsh's Drug | Store as the giving awi>y to his customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. His trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from tho fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and "all throat and lung disoasas quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, large size .§1. .Every bottle warranted. my 1 d w 1m Bruce Up. You are feeling depressed, your ap» petite is poor, you aro bothered with headache, you are iidgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which'.have fov iheir basis very cheap bad whiskey, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will lind in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at E: Marsh's Drug Store. my 1 dw 1 m BncKien'8 Arnica Solve.' The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores.u.oers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to-givc "perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. F<»r sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mchTdwlm Many ladies admire gray hair—on some other person—but few care tp try- its effects on their own charms. They need not, since Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray hair to its original color. Sold by druggists and perfumers. dwlw Shooting Money Away. The now English gun weighs, I am afraid to say how many hundred thousand tons, and carries a projectile weighing you wouldn't behove how many thousand pounds, but at any rate it costs $800 every time it is fired. And one day last week they spent $32,000 missing a target lour times. This may be war but to a plain man looks a great deal more like extravagant foolishness. — Brooklyn Euijle, Enjoy Life. Whnt a, truly beautiful world wo live in! Nature gives us grandeur of mountains, glens and oceans, and thousands of means of enjoyment. We can desire no bettor when in perfect health; but how often do the majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened, discouraged anil worn out with disease, when thero is no occasion for this feeling, as every sufferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof, that Green's August Flower, will make them free from disease, as when born. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint aro tho direct causes of seventy-live per cent, of such maladies as Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Oostivenoss, Nervous Prostration, DiiS'/inoss of the Head, Palpitation of tho Heart, and other distressing symptoms. Three doses of August Flower will prove its wonderful effect. Sample bottles, 10 cents. Try it. Inadwoow ly Now when tlio buiUboulu to ptiow, 'TIs timo far young mul olil to know That {'even, £a««ffculaunil oil Tho Ilia at Inilli/etttoni call, With uvory trouble, ochu or pain. That follow* Iu ttiomiloui Will scatter Hi™ tho'tblnvon of night Uofuro u (IrauKUt of Seltzor bright, For Mule. Tho Woodroo! proporty. A 1 Btory frame IIOUBU of 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton utruuts, u 4 room frame IIOUBO oa Fifth struct. • Wllll'l'I-KASMIl.KY. POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlu powder novor varies. A miirvol ol purity, »tvo«Htl\ wlioloBomoiiOBs. More economical than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot 1)0 sold In competition with tho multitude ol low tost, short woltfht, alnm nhogpliato powders. SOLD ONLY IN OANH. itOYAH, BAKING 1'OWDBB CO., 108 Wall St., N. Y. Jan3dwly WHIFFLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS, *)6imBSJ0NTINa TltK FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: IUH. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Plilladelyhia; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.i Continental; Girard; i Glens Falls, Amercan Central; Firemen's Fond, Western Assurance Co. AND OTHKB3: A OA811 0API-CM IN THE AGGREGATE OC $20,000,000. \VK AMO JlKPKBSKN'jL 1 TltK Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and AccideutliiB. Co.. Hertford. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State sts. For Snlo. Five building lots on Alby and Market streetu, botwoon Tenth nnil Twelfth streets, For Sole. Llmo kiln, in good running order, wltli (jtuiiTy and 13 acres of luml, morp or less, known iu tlio Shelly tract. WHIFFLE & SMILEY. Jfor Kent. A two story brick dwelling known as the A. Plate homestead: lately put In good rnpulr. WHIFFLE & SMILEY. Fine liosldeiico for Sale. Tho late R. DoUow homestead, now owned by M. B. Underwood, situated on line ol horse railway, in UpDor Alton; 11 rooms, bath room, furnace, and good out buildings, two acres of ground, will bo sold at a bargain. Fossossion given on completion ol sale. WHIFFLE & SMILEY. for Rent. Two-story house and good stablo on Common street. Good fruit. W11IPPLE & SMILBY. For bale or nenc. A desirable tenement on Bin IF street, owned by Mrs S. J.Dutio. WHIFFLE &SMILBY. fo Tho late residences of j. J. and W. H. Slltclioll, on Mill at., two ol t it best pieces ol residence property In Alton. The. property known us "The Fark, east of above; If lots on Mill and Summit streets, an J a number ol otg In Miller ft- Mitchell's addition to Alton. Any or all of above at a groat barunhi. __ WftiPPLE & SMILEY. For Sale. A 7-roow brisk dwelling and out buildings on ThUU street, between Ohorry mid Vine. WHIFFLE & 8M EY. for Kent. Lato residence of M. J. Noonan on State tti-oot, known as tho A. Plntt place. Good 9 room brick houso, in first class repair. WIIU'FLK & BMILEY. Jfor sale. The Morriman property on State streo In Miller A Mlcholl's add., to Alton, Hi story houso, 8 rooms andout-bulldlngs; all in perfect order. Can be had at a bargain. WHIFFLE & aMTLBY. for Sale or Ileut. Tho 2-story frame dwelling with 9 rooms including 7 lots: good burn and line fiulte known as tho Nichols homestead, situated on 12th st,, in a doslraolo neighborhood. WHIFFLE & SMILEY. Desirable Residences for Hale, A two story brick dwelling on State street known as A. Fiatt homestead, lately put Iu good repair. A two story frame dwelling' on Alain street, nearly now. A two story brick dwelling on Seventh street, all (or Bttlo utusacrllloo, owner having decided to uc "">•' ' _______ WHIFFLE & SMILEY^ Jfor Sale. Seven lota with good brlok dwelling and outbuildings, in gond repair, in Upper Alton, lloaldouceof 0. E. Collins, and known as the Merrill property. WHIFFLE & BUILEY, Alton, or u. W. Collet, Upper Altou\ Witt. 1. KLUNK UNDERTAKER, Ready-Made Coffins, Metalio Cases, Caskets' And Burial Robes JTor Lndloe, ttoutlonion and Children, Office and Shop on State street OverUart » Wvery stitbie. Will Rttond to Job Work and HeDaUliiK.Fiirntturo. (HA Wonderful Popularity of the Renowned The Creates! Curative Success of the Agi- A Voice from the' Psople. No medicine Introduced to tlio jmblle hm ever mot with the success, accorded to lion Bitters. It stands to-day the bast known curative article In the world. "Its' marvelous renown Is not duo to the advertlilng it hu' received. It is famous by fcnsonV ol Its la! lieront virtues. It docs all tuat Is claimed for U. It la the most powerful, speedy' and effective agent known for the building up of doblll- tntod nyatcms. The following witnesses am offered to prove this: What it Did for an Old lady. CoiJvKton Walton, #, r., Dec. 28, 1881 OENTB ;— A number of people hud been uilng jour Bitters liero, anil with marked eflect In fact, one caso, n lady of over seventy years had been nick for years, and for the past ten years 1 huvo known her she has not' been able to bo around halt tho time. 'About *lx nwmtlis ago sho got so feeble she vrbfrfutpltM; Her old reuiudics, or physicians, being of noivill, I sent to Deposit, forty-live miles, 'and- got a bottle ot Hop Bitters. It had such » very bonellclal olluct on her that ono'; bottle 1m. proved her BO sho was able to drtss herself nnd walk, about the. house. When Bhe had taken tlio second bottle Bhe was able Id take care of her own room nnd walk, out to her neighbor's im<\ 1ms Improved ' nil the time since. My wife and children also have derived great beucllt from their use.;, -•••, , ,- h W. B. HATBAWAY, - Agt. U. 8. Ex. Co. An Enthusiastic' Endorsement. GofAam,JV. /f., July IB. 1886. GENTS:— Whoever you' are, I /don't- know, but 1 thank the Lord aud feel . jrratW ifl'to you to know that In this world of adulterated medlctncB there ts one compduna. that'^roves and does all It advortlees to do, and-more. Four years ago, I liad-o, slight •shock of /pahy, which unnerved me to sucli au. extent that the least excitement would make me shake like tho ucuc. Last May 1 was.,lndueed to try Hop Bitters. 1 used onii "botUe^but did not sue any chance; another did sb.'changa my nerves that they are uow as steady &j they ever were. Itjised to take bothwhandi to write, but now my good right hand^ Yrritea this. Now, if you continue to* Manufacture as honest and 'Rood an article! 'US' you do, you will accumulate an honest iiortunp, lind confer the greatest blessing on your fellow-men that was ever conferred on mankind. TUIBURCH. A Husband's Testimony. My wife was troubled for years with blotches, moth patclies aria pimples on her face; -which nearly annoyed the life out of her. 8he«pent many dollars on the thousand Infallible (I) cures, with nothing but Injurious effects. A lady friend, of Syracuse, N. T.'; who had had similar experience ;and had been; cured with Hop Bitters, Induced her to try It. One bottle lias made her faee as smooth, fair and aoft aa a child's aud given her such health that it seems almost a miracle. A MEMBSB ov OANADuk'?AitUAHBirr. A Rlph, Lady's Experience. I traveled all over -Europe »nd other foreign countries at a cost of thousands of dollars, In search of health and found It not.' I returned discouraged arid disheartened, and was restored to real youthful health and spirits with leu than two bottles of Hop Bitters. I hope othen may profit by my experience andstoy at home. A LADY, AaCFCBTA, MB. KAILWAS • TIME TABLB. OHIO AGO AH i) AASHOS, On and alter Sunday, May list, 1687, train, on tho Chicago ana Alton railroad, will lean tha Union Depot, Alton, standard time, at follows: . •?'•>.• For Chicago and the Bait I •' Chicago Hall*... ..'.......; 9:00 a.m Chicago Accommodation'....... Lightning Express*. 9:10 p.m Peorla and Itock Island FuatLtnet,9:00 a.m for .TnckjonvlUo, Keoknk, Qnlnoy, Kan> (sas City,»nd all points we»t. • liansiis City Mall* ................ 9:00 a.m. Kansas City Express*, 9:10 p. n Denver Expresaf.. .,i..7:10p. m. JacksonvilleAcoommodntionf... 7:10 p. m. ear St. LonlB i ' - l-lKlitiUnffErprees*.................6;4S s,m Ohluago Accommodation*, ........9:80 a. m Alton Special! ....,.....-..'.19:96p. m Kansas City ilall*..:..........'..:.;v;S:*o p.m Chicago Mallt 6:20p.jn TEA1NS LEAVK ST. LODI8 UNION VEPOl FOB ALTON. i f ") m 00p.m. •4 50p.m. *7 56p.m. (8 48 a. m. Sundaysonly). •Dally f Except Sunday.: Sup't. Su'LoulslMvision 0. Q.Nonius,Ticket Aeorit. .', Sheriffs Sale. Jennie E. JJopry S ;, vs. ' • vEx«dutioa No. 390. ; franklin .Dopry. 5 Foe blll.Bo. By virtue of aniexccution.lnthisonso Issued out of tho clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Madison county .Illinois, directed to the Shor llfol said county,1 have levied upon all tho right, title unqj Interest |o( tha defendant in and to tho following property, situate la tho county of Madison and State of Illinois, and described aa follows, to-wlt: • Two 1121 rods off of ' the north slda of lot No. nvo (5), In block No. six (8), In E. Long's addition to tho town of Upper Alton, and, also,-two (2) rods off of the south side of lot No. six CO), in said block No. six (C) in said addition. Bald two (2) < pieces of land fronting four (41 rods oa Mkln street In said town and running back eastwardly 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 ox- POHO at I'ubllo Sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, on • FRIDAY, THE TWENTIETH DAY OF MAY A. i>., 1887, between tho hours of tt o'clock In (he fore- uoon and sundown; to-wit i at 10 o'clock, a. m,, of said day, In front ot the north * from door of tho City Hall butldlntf, In the oltr ot Alton, in tho county and State aforesaid, to satisfy said oxooutlon together with costs. S. A. ItUUKB, 'Sheriff of Madison county. 111. BY G. F. OIIOWB. Deputy. ; 17 dtd EXIiCUTOR'S NOTICE. Bstatoof Honrlotto M. Born; deceased. Tho undersigned, having boon' appointed Executor of the loaC, will and testament ot Hem-lotto M. Born, late ot the county of «-Madison and State of Illlnols.doceaeed, hereby ^yainqtlca thatjbo will appear before tne County Court of Madison county, at the court houso, In KdwordsvlHo, at the June term, on the third Monday in June uoxt, at -which; time allpor- sons having claims auatnsti .saJd'-jestflto: are uotlflodlind requestod to attend foStUp'pur- poflo of having tUosauio iulliU!t<id.p41U ) <' r « on ' indebted to said estate aro roquosWUToimtUco Immediate payment tp the nndoralgnea. Dated tula 14th day of'April,A.D. 1897. WL1JAM'86NNTAG, 21d4w ' Kxooutor. WALL Now and Beautiful 'Designs just arrived and arriving for the ' .' •. v: Spring Trade; WINDOW GLASS i A Specialty, from Small to Largest wizes. ,, At the old rollable-UOUSK-PAnjTING'and DKUOltA'i'mU OStubllsllUlOUt Ot NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east <if Bdlle at. . ' foblldgu

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free