Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 12, 1887 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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AUOJf DULY TKLMHAFS. BV W. T. MORTON, Cor. Third Bad Flua Street*! Alton, III, • THURSDAY EVK., MAY 12. FuUteraon Short BFovu Sale. JERSETVILLE, III,, May 11—A' sale of abort born cattle took plnce today at HnzckleJI stock farm, owned by Col. W. H. Fulkerson, one mile north of this city. A large tent was erected with seats for nearly 500 persons. Dinner was served in the colonel's palatial residence, and the sale began at 2 p. m. The tent was well filled with stock men from all over the State. Prices ruled low, about $4,000 beinfi; paid for fort? head of calves'and yearlings, Ex- Gov; Stftnard and J. A. Hill, of St. Louis, were there, the latter buying six of the best heifer calves. WIT AND HDMOK. • It's a wl«o chilli that resembles Its richest relative.' — DanvQle Breeze. People call it "putting up" at a hotel because there is so much that thoy have to put up with,— Texas Siftings. There are people who think so much of themselves that others are shut out and think nothing of them.— New Orleans Picayune. "Yes," said Fogg, "as a success I have always been a failure, but as a failure I hare been an unqualified suc- " •' * . Speaking 6f drinking it may be. o\j- •ervert that the man who "can take it or leaye'it' alone" most always takes it — Kinderhqok Bough Notes. "There goes a man who has a great deal of trouble with strikers, "remarked Jones. "Why, Is he a hard employer?" "No he's a candidate for ofllce."— New York Bun. , , The force of habit. — A banker to his employe: "Here are 100 francs for a • present,, or rather 97.60, for I have deducted ;2J? per cent for discount."— French pun. , A ..'*• "Ah, Jones, where away so fast this. morningP" "I'm off for the whaling grounds." He was tho district school master on his way to tho schoolhouso. — Boston Post. Deacon — It pains me, Mr. Hoggs, to see you coming out of a barroom. Hoggs— All right deacon! Anything to save your feeling's,, I'll go right in again.— The fudge. ''Wh'at'^ life-iiiHuranceP" asked one boy of another. "Well, I s'poso," said his companion, "it's a concern that keeps a man poor all tho time he's plive /so that'ho may die rich."— Lowell TiiHes.: ;; ' < ' ' ' , ' : Just a "commonplace mind-render could tell what nine-tenths of the young women you moot are thinking about nowadays. What could it be but that new Easter bonnet? — Journal of Education. '.-;V-'-.' v .'* : -'. ••'.'• .' '•••• : •'•••••''-. " •'.•'. " Yes," ho' said, "I've been on Wall street now for three years and have made 'a great deal of money. 1 ; "Bather precarious .business, isn't it?" "No; I'm ; in the retail liquor •Une.-'—New ' ' " ' : We can't for tho life of us guess why tho Vassal' girls arc in such quandary over wearing academic caps. Wo had always supposed that a girl would sot her cap whenever sho got a chance. — New JUaven News. "I hear," said Molecule, "that Trilo- .has lont his iniiul." "Must have i-one that he borrowed then," «aid Atom, "he never had one of his own-' 1 "Ah!" said Molecule, "I had forgotten ho was married," — tiunlelle. , First director — "I am afraid wo shall have to pass a dlyiduml again,"' Second dlre(!tory"Wo can't do it." "Ciinjt 4o;jtP'.' ," "Noj ,Tho Inter-state Commerce law doesn't' allow us to pass anything."— IHitsburg Chronicle. A sentimental . writer asks: "Did you ever watch a dear baby waking in the morning?" Maiiy Union. It generally occurs about fi o'clock, and enables tho father to got up a splendid appetite for breakfast.— Dry-Goods Chronicle. "I heard a capital story last night," observed an editorial writer of one of our esteemed contemporaries to his chief. '-All right," replied tho latter; "put stiitter.nittrks in H and credit it to the late Mr. Travers." — Pittsburg Chronicle. The girl who keeps a diary faithfully wants to bo mighty sure that.shu keeps it under lock ana key. • And if she doesn't want to bring down her gray bairn in sorrow to tho grave sho must never road it ovor when she gets old; — Journal of Education. Editor— Ethelbert, has anyone called during my itluumooP Kthelhert— Yes, sor, Mr. Murphy called for tho rlnt, sor. Editor—Mr. Murphy io an 'or- nithorhvnuhua.' Kthulbertr— Phat's that sorP Kditor— It is derived, Etholbort, from two Gvook words, and means a b«»st,%Hh a bill.— Havard Lampoon. Between husbands— "Say, do you ever road the letters that are addressed to your wife?" (With indignation). , '.'Never." "What, you have absolute confidence in horf" O, it is not that, I am afraid there might bo something disagreeable for mo to Know, and I adore l\nr\"— French Fun. First charmer— "0, you haven't seen my Easter bonnet, imported directly from Paris. I can hardly forbear wearing It right away. Hero It is." Second oharmor— "0, that's horrid!" First oharminv-"Horrldl Why, you mean* thing". It cost a 1 hundred dollars." Second charmer— "O, how • sweet,"— Pittsburg Dispatch. Two Bohemians are seated in a cabaret: "Garcon, some water," cries one of them. "Somo water," exclaims the other. "Why, what will you do with it?" "Drink it." "You must have lost your hoad,' old man. Why, when you got your feet wot you catch cold. Think of tho ooiiHonuenoea of getting it into your stomach!"— French Thomas Kenno, tho first white child born In Montana, Mm] rwmiUy, aged twenty years and throo month!*, ALTON MAKKET. Tm.HOIUPH OVFICB, I Ai/roS, in,. May 12, 1887. I mwn. Stannrd'j B«st, In sucks .......... . ..... 4 7* Fairy $4.40; Biatnond Light 14.00; Fairy 13.50; <LftB«nle,"i (A. K. M. Co.) .. 475 Sparks Milling do., ................. ...... 4 75 WIltOAT. Oholce.porbu .......... ............ : eo FKKU. Ship stuff, per 100 ft a ................. .. !W Bran...... ..................... .. ....... ,«14 No.2 Ml*,ul, per bn. „.,,.'...., ........... 31 No.2 Wbtto, " " ................ ..... « Retail ................................... .. 45 ^u ' Wholesale, per ton, bailed Hotall ..... IT ....... . ................... $14 OOUN MEAL. Wholesale, porbu..... .............. . ..... 58 ttotall ....................................... 00 SKKD. Clover Seed, per bn.,wholc»ulo ........ Jl mi Timothy', " ...................... i! 00 . OATS. Wholesale, pel bu ..... . ................... M Retail.... ............................. .... '35 BTIIAW- Per bale..... ....... . ....... 40o per owt, POTATOES. H«tall,at ............................ «o®i oo m ONIONS. Wholesale, per bu ................. . ....... 125 Retail.... ............... . ........ . ....... ... i 4o SAW. Wholesale, per bW.. ....................... •! 10 Uetall ..... .. ' __ Wholesale, per Ib Retail ..... .:. ........... ............. ..... 8 V MOLAbSKb. Wholesale, per gal ....... ................. 23®<0 Retail ................................. 40«00 . Oholoo, wholosalo, per Ib retail ........ . , EGOS, Per dozen, wholesale " retail ............. ... 10 01UOKBN8. 2A Live , ............. ..... Dressed .......... ,. ... ........... ...... 30 ft WOUJ, Unwashed ................................. ISiffiSOo Washod ..... , .............................. Maaoo Barry Wool,... ....................... 12® ISO TALLOW. Bo quality per Ib., wholesale..,.. .. 01 mi)K8. Green cured, por Ib ........................ 6X90 Dry Salted ................................ • ju Di-y Flint ........ . ......... ...... ......... .. 12 HAMS. Sugar Cured, wholesale " retail ..... ............ LAUD. Per Ib., wholesale ......... " retail ............ . BACOK. Shoulders, wholesale, per Ib " retail Oloar Sides, wholosalo ................ ..... " retail .............. ............... 10 LIME. Porbbl., whslesale .......... .......... ..... 55 1 retail ....... .............. ,,.. 70 Bulk per lju., wholesale.' .................. 13 " retail.. ... ..................... 25 Louisville Cement, per brl.,. .......... ... $1 50 Plaster Paris, " •• ............. 3 MJ Hair, per bushel ............. . ........ ,,., i»e : WOOD. Good qnallty, por cord .............. 3.IK) ffl 1.00 COAL. House, del., per bu ........................ -®& Hard, per ton...... ................... jc 00137 00 Chicago. CuiCAao, Slay 11,1687, No. 2 Wheat— May sold at 81tf<aSOic, June at 88<5)86>{c, July at 85.W8.V. and 8b%o, (.'losing; a trifle better than outside pi-lens. Corn— June sold at 4oaiO;fc and 40^(340 'ie July ttt41«®ll?»'5!tlKo, August at423i©l2)io, September ut43j<®13.'io, closing with inside flgures bid. OTHER 'MARKBTS, The principal outside wheat markets woro strongoi' and closed K to Jic hiiflior. Corn advanced if to KC. Corn— Closing prices for Juno woro: How Wheat— Closing prices for Juno woro : Now York 9fl>,'c, Baltimore 05;»e, Detroit »7Jfc, Toledo 87^0, Milwaukee $1},'c. •; .•• 8T. LOUIS. ,, . * ST. Louis, May II. Wheat— Active and strong, but closed below top figures; cash S5)fo, May 85>i©80o, June 8t«o, July 81«o. Corn— Firm, J,'®K bettor; cash 3".'4®38!{c, May 88Kc, June 37>ja, July :«JXo. Oats— Steady ; cash 28^028 Jfo. May 28o, J uno *^C, Provisions— Pork dull; small lots Irregular; nowJlO. Lard dull at W.OO. yK Ears and Scalp Covered with Kc- zematous Scabs and Sores Cured by Cuticura. lt little son, aged olerht years, has been uf fllcted with Eczema of tho scnlp, and at times a great portion of the body, ever since he was two yours old. 1» began In his ears, and extended to hla scalp .which became covered ,witn scabs and sores, and from which a sticky fluid poured out, causing Intense itching nnd distress, aim leaving his hair nut tod and lifeless. Underneath these scabs the'skln was raw, like a piece of beefsteak. Gradually tho hair came out and was destroyed, until but a small patch was loft at ;ho back ot the bead. My friends in Poabody know ho* my-little boy has sulfored. At night he would scratch his head until his pll- ow was covered with blood. I used to tie us hands behind him, and In many ways tried to prevent his scratching; but It was no use, ho would scratch. I took him to the lospltal and to the best physicians In Peabody without HUCOOSS. About this time, some friends, who had boon cured by tho Cutloura Uomodlca, prevailed upon mo to try them. 1 began to usn them on tho 15th of January last. In seven months every particle ot tho disease was removed. Not a spot or houb remains on his scalp to toll the story of hla suffering. Ilia half has -returned, and IB thick and strong, and his scalp as sweet and clean as any child's in tho world. I cannot say enough to express my gratitude for this wonderful cure by the Cutleuni Homo- dies, and wish all similarly allliotod to know that my stateuiont Is true and without exaggeration. CHARLES MofCAT, pet. 0,1885. 1'eaboily, Mass. I have seen Mr. McKay's boy when badly affected with tho Eczema. Ho was a pitiful eight to look at. 1 know that ho has tried our beat physicians, and did all a father could do for a suffering child, but availed nothing. I know th at tbo statements ho has made yon as regards the curing of his boy by your Ontlcuru Ilomedlos arc true In ovorv particular. WILLIAM J JUoOAJtTHV, 83 Foster street, 1'eabody, Mass. 11 do not know of any instance in which tho Cutloura Itemodles have fulled to produce satltfaotory results. 1 believe I have sold iroro them than of any other skin remedies I I have over handled during tho 33 years of my experience in a druggist. A. O.TUYON, Batavin, N. Y. Hold every whore. Price: Outloura, 60 ots.; Outloiira Soap.2ft cents; Outloura Ilesolvont, $1. Prepared by Potter Drug and Chemical Co.. Boston. Send for "How to Ouro Skin Diseases." T)T VI PLEtj, Blackheads, Skin Blemishes ;*• JL1TJL ana Baby Humors, uao Cutlouia A Word about Catarrh, "Ills the raucous membrane, that wonderful semi-fluid envelope surrounding tho dell- cttte tissues of tho air and food pogsagos.tliut Catarrh make* tu stronghold. Onco ostab- oats Into tho vuiT vitals, and renders lijo but a lonicdrawn breath of misery and dlspaso, dulling tho sense of hoorlni/, truminullliiKtho power of speech, destroyliiK 1'ini'jf 011 i y °' T 01 !'»»"««»« »"• lireatli, «al Wlllim tlio rollnod pleasures of taste. ln- orooplniianlrom a simple cold p tho head. It assaults tho nionibranoiis lining and envelops tho bones, outing through the delloato opals and causing Inflammation BlouKliliiK and death. Nothing short of eradication will secure health totrio.putlent, and all ul ovlntlvea aro slinply procrastinated BuVotlngi. loading to a fatal toniilimUoii bunford T 8 lladloal Inhalation and by Intarnal Hduilnlntrutlon, lias never fullooi oven wliou tho dUoase has made frluhtfu Inroads pu dellcnta oonstltullous, heiu-lim, Bmoll and taste have boon recovered, and the disease thorounhly driven out. MNnuw'B lunioib OUJIK consists of one bottle of thu Uudloul Ouro, ono box Uatarrhul Solvent, and ono Improved Inhaler, neatly wrapped In ono paokauo, with full directions; price f l. ' Kii UIIUQ A CUBMIQAI, Oo,, JIOSTON, frocccdinps of tho Atton^Sonthcrn Illinois HorUcnllnrnl Soclclj for May. Mr. Jackson—Asked whv the Blue Jay was not on tho list for extermination. Mr. niebl—ttopilod that some thought the Jay should be killed because he destroys the young and CRgB of other birds, nut nature Intended hoshould In order that birds should not become too plentiful and In thono things It la best for man to lot nature take her course, she usuallyidofs thoso things about right. Mr. Jacknon—Called attention to an advertisement of seed corn In tho J'rniric Farmer by Mr. Frank I'lckard, who mnkes tho state- mojit that "It carried off the annual premiums at Alton, 111,,until ruled out to give others a chance, So far as we know this society Is thn only ono awarding premiums about Alton ,and neither Mr. Flekard, Mr. Kellonbnrffcr nor any ono else has ovor boon awarded a premium on tho corn advertised and tho olalm made Is fraudulent. The printing bill of Mr. Danvers was allow' ed and ordered paid. Tho following premiums are offered for exhibits at tho Juno mooting: Best collection out flowers, amateur, ?1,00; second, COc. Host collection Hoses, BOc; second, Mo. Best collection Tansies, 25; second, lOc, Best collection Piuonlos, Me; second, loc. Host collection wild flowers, 25o jsoeond, lot-. Bostboiujuct, 25c; second, loc. Best collection Strawberries, not less than a pint of each variety, $1.00; second, COo. Best quart, quality and size to rule, 60o; second, 29c. Best quart Market strawberry, BOc; second, 26o. Host quart Family strawberry, COo; second, 25o. Boat quart Now strawberry, GOo; second, 25c. Best seedling strawberry 1,'ood cno»gh»to recommend for trial, not luss than live berries BOc: second, 25o. Best quart each, Wilson, Downing. Sharpless, Capt. Jaekj Croacont and Jllncr, 2So for best, and lOe for second. Awards will bo governed bv the usual rules. No person will bo allowed to compete ex- oept such ns have beeotno members previous to tho meeting at which tho premiums are awarded. Not more than one premium will be awarded on one sample. One person oanuot receive both first and seconu premium on the same variety. meet at the residence of Mr. Kd. liodgors, near Upper Alton, on Saturday, Jane 4th. K. A. ItlKIIL, Secretary. KASKINE (THE rfEW QUININE.) No bad effect Ho headache No nausea, ringing, ears, C"™' quickly iPleasant,V tir<1 A POWKUFUL TONIC, that tho most delicate stomach will boar. A SPECIFIC FOB MALAWI A, KHEUMAT18M, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, mid nil Uorm Diseases . FOHOOUlS KASKINE HASHKBNFOUND TO UK ALMOST A SPKUIF10. Superior to Quinine. Itollovno Hospital, N. Y.: "Universally sue- 00 Mr.'V. A. Mlllor, (BO East 157th street, N. Y.. WUB cured by UCnsklno of extreme mnliuliu prostration after seven years suffering, lie iiml run down from 175 pounds to 117, began on Knskliioln Juno, 1SW1, went to work ID one month, regained lug full weight In fl tuonths. Quinine did him no good whatever. Mr. Charles Baxter, architect,133 E. 120th at. N. Y., was cured by Kiisklno of dumb ague In 3 months nftor quinine treatment for lOyoars. Mrs. J. Ijiiwson, 141 Uorgon St., llrookly was cured of malaria and nervous dyspepsia of Sore Eyes Tho eyes are always in sympathy with the body, and afford an excellent index ot its condition. "When the eyes become •weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, it is an evidence that tho system Los becomo disordered by Scrofula, for which Ayor's Sarsaparilia is the best known remedy. Scrofula, which produced a painful inflammation in my eyes, caused me much sufferlnp; for a number ot years. By the advice 01 a physioiau I commenced taking Ayer's Sarsapadlla. After using thia uiodicino a short time I was completely Cured My eyes are now in a splendid condU tion, and I am as well and strong as ever. —Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N. H. •' For a number ol years I -wo* troubled! •with a hximor in my eyes, and was unable, to obtain any relief until I commenced vising Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medicine has effected a complete cure, and I believe it to bo tho best of blood purifiers.—C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. H. From childhood, and until with a few <nonths, I have been afflicted with Weak and Sore Eyos. I have used for theso complaints, with beneficial results. Ayer's Sarsaparilia, and consider it a great blood purifier. —Mrs. 0. Phillips, Glover, Vt. I suffered for a year with inflammation in my left eye. Three ulcers formed on the ball, depriving me of sight, and causing great pain. After trying many other remedies, to no purpose, I was finally induced to use Ayer's Sarsaparilia. By Taking three bottles of this medicine I have been entirely cured. My sight has been restored, and there is no sign of inflammation, sore, or ulcer in my eye. — Kondal T. Bowen, Sugar Tree Eidgo, Ohio. My daughter, ten years old, was afflicted with Scrofulous Sore Eyos. During the lost two years she never saw light of any kind. Physicians of the highest standing exerted their skill, but with no permanent success. On tho recommendation of a friend I purchased a bottle of Ayer's Saraaparilla, which my daughter commenced taking. Before she had used the third bottle her sight was restored. Her cure is complete. — \V. B. Sutherland, Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky. •. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, M«««. Sold by all Drugglita. 1'rlco (1; ilz bottlu, t6. many yearsstandlnu by ICashlne, tho quinine treatment having wholly failed. Rev. Jas. L. Hall.Chaplaln Albany I-nnlton- tlary,writes that Kavkiiio has cured his wife, alter twenty years sufforlnK from malaria and nervous dyspepsia. Write hlin tor particulars. Letters from tho above persons, Riving full details, will be sent oil application. Kosliiuu can bo taken without any special medical advice. $1.00 par bottle.' Sold by or sent by mall on receipt of price. KASKINE CO., 64 Warren St., New York mySdwltn KA«Lit PACKET COMPANY. SPRING ARRANGEMENT" The Steamer H. LJKYHB, Ma?tnr. I E. Ross POWEM , j ED. BLOCK, OlRi-M. On and alter Monday, Fob. 11, tho Spread Eagle will run as follows, vizi LEAVING ALTOZ* FOR ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at 3 p. m., daUy. And leaving Alton for Portage, Jersey Landing, Qrafton, and wnj points every evening at 5 :30 o'clock. »3,Tlie 'WhUtle will be sounded flftoei minutes before starting for St. Louis. To ST. Lcois, BOUND TMP TWBSTT Wn>Bs' O 60 7.v - - 5 oo w. HILL. Aeent. Fast Freight & Passenger Line THE ST. LOUIS AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS R. R. GO'S . 1'ALAOK STKAMUR , WBLSON WASHBOARDS. Thoio Vaslibojrila aro mado 7111) alleiit Wood rim, The Strong- a>t boar^'j and bent winders In tbo wurltl. For gale by all dealers. Xako no other. SAGINAW MT'O CO., Savluair, Mlcht((an. Thin paper In tdpt on file at tho office J. F. ELLISON, Commander. Kr>. ANSIIDTZ, I n , Brl , 0 TKUKDODOE, [Clerks. On andaftor. Thursday.Feb. 17th, wlllleave Alton dally * Commencing Monday, April dth, steamer Hudson will leave St. Louis lor Alton, Port- ago, Jersey, Graf ton and all points en St. L & C. 1. R. U., dally, except Sunday, at 8:3u u. m., arriving at Alton at 11 a. m. Returning will leave Alton lor St. Louis at5:-IS p. in. arriving at St, Louis at 7:30 In ample time for parties to attend theatres, etc. Parties pur- abusing round trip tickets will be furnished stato rooms without extra coat. Round trip tickets of steamer Spread Eagle or Hudson wlli;be honored by either boat for return passage. conneetlnirwltb fast express on St. Louis and Central Illinois Railroad lor Jersey ville, \Va- vorly, SpiliiKfleldand. all points north and cast. FARE. To ST. Louis,nliiKle trip, . . . 5Cc. " " round trip 760. '• " twenty rltie ticket, . , $6.00 HENRY 0. TATUAI, Gen. A(ft. Alton. II. A. FISIIKH, ften'l Manager. lulldtf yDVERTISING x GENTS fLMES BUILDING 8?g|g|SJ PHILADELPHIA. •end V-AYER « SON'S flIAHUA) J. WILKES FORD & CO. Ol «fc oa W. Wnthlnirton HI., t'lilc-uvn, in. FELT AMD QRAVEL ROOFERS Anil DoalorH In Hoofing Material*. Our facilities for doing work In Alton aro suoh that wo.oan do tho very boat quality of Felt and Gravel Hoollng, tho sumo as In uso on all the llrst-olass buildings In Chicago at a lower price than Tin or Iron, and warrant our roofs for Uvo years. Wo also soil matorla's with full instruction how to do tho work or furnish an experienced man. ap-JBdly 2OO BAGS HI (JOINS' EUREKA FINE SALT. For Dairy and Table Use, ln«14 Ib. linen saokti and 50 Ib. sacks, for sale by J. A. BYBIE. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, Marcus II, Topping?, of tho city of Alton, comity of Madison, and Slato ol Illinois, by his certain trust deed, duly executed, uoknowhidged and delivered, boarlni; date tho 21th day of Juno, A. I). 1871), ami recorded In tho Kofflster 's olllce of (he wild city of Alton, In Hook 7, at pitgos -1, 5, and 0, did convey unto Albert Wado, as trustee, nil Dim following described promise*, minuted In tho city of Alton, In Hie county of Madison and Btat'o of Illinois, to-wit: Tho south hull of jot number eight (8) In block number twolvo (12) In the city ot Alton, aforesaid, upon which la erected a two and a half story brick dwelling with stone baaoment, to secure tho payment of one principal promissory note for the sum of throo thousand dollars executed by said Marcus II. Topping and dated tho 24th day ot Juno, A. I)., 1876, and payable two years alter date to tho order of Sweotsor and I'rloat with inturust from maturity at the rate of ton por cent por annum, tho Interest, If not paid souil-annually, to become as principal and bear tho same rate of interest; and four interest notes described in said deed of trust of oven (into therewith and payable In six, twelve and ciglituon months and two yuars alter date respectively which Interest notes have been fully paid. And, whereas, said Marcus' II. Topping, by his certain trust deed duly executed, acknowledged and delivered bearing date, tho 10th ol March, A. I)., 1879, and recorded In the Kocordor'solllco of Madison county, Illinois, in book Hi. of deed records on pages H7, 118 and H'J did convoy unto the said Albert Wado, as trustee, all tho following described promises situated in the city of Alton aforos'ald, towit: Tho undivided one-half of forty.two and ono-halfloet fronting on Third street, olf of the west side of lot number six (U) In blk number twolvo (12) to further secure the payment of said principal promlssoiy note for thu sum «f throe thousand dollars. And, whorouR, default has boon made in thu payment of tho said principal promissory noto and there Is now duo and unpaid thereon tho sum of two thousand, nine hundred r.ud forty dollars of principal nnd tho sum of $001.18 Interest, making a total of .fU.Sll.IU now duo and unpaid on aiild note, besides the lutornut which may accrue on said principal from now to tho day of Halo hereinafter mentioned, at tho rate of oli/ht per cent, per annum; and there Is now dho tho legal holder of said note llKVfuither sum of ono hundred and llftY-six dollars and eighty-live cents for taxes paid on said premUos and Interest on the taxes so paid; making fu all tho sum of fl,000.08 now duo tho loguriiolder of said noto under said note and deeds of trust, and tho legal holder of said note Henry 0.1'llcst, surviving part of Bald firm of Swootaor A I'riost has mudo application to thoundonilaiied, tho trustee In unit! trust Ucods mimed, and requested him us such trustee to sell and dispose ol said promises under tho power in tald trust doods and lor tho purposes therein stated, and it appears from the rooords of Madison county, Illinois, that said Marcus u Topping has convoyed said promises to Mary taniiio Topping: Now, therefore, public notloo la hereby glvon, that In purwaiicoof said trust deeds, and by viituo of tho power and authority to 1110 granted In and by the samo.aml by virtue of tho statutoof tlio State, I. the undorslgniid. will, on A 'n "?J u ', AV l .'""•'NINTH BAY or JUNK, A. I)., 1887, at ton o'clock a. in. at tha north front door ot tlioOlty HiiJI biiKIIng, in tlm city of Alton, aforesaid, soli and dlunoso of tho premises nhove and in aald trust doods ro- spmlvoly dOHoribcd, and all tho right, title, benefit and equity of redemption o7 thosati Marcus II. Topplmf.lilsholrs or assigns tlioro- In, lit public auction, for the hlghust and best prlco tho same will bring In oufli. Dated May uth, 18H7. AUIBUT WADIS, Trustee, WISH Hi, DAVIS, Attorneys for Triistiiu. did I Lots of Dry fflS'toffl' Cartons B 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 TUB LATEST !—--1887. JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR PRESSURE RANGES, Made In four stylos. Two and Throe Burners, .With Tin and Russia Ovoris.; .' , A [ PERFECT Air Pressure, without the elCTatcd tank, pressure IB obt<ilne(L.wlth a weight, b~. not with a pump. .Absolutely the snlcfct; sin pic with no intricate parts. . LICillTS with carburetted nlr, Instead of oil in aorlp cup. Gasoline aiid Air Tanks are all a,-, of 8tf Inch fcfuuless binss tubing email connecting pipes of heavy annealed brass.wltli union couplings. One end ot tank isoliglhse, showing-quantity of ollinsame. Cannot bo (llled while burniiu!. , '.'. -• The regular line of JEWEL STOVES ANDBANGES are Improved mechanically and artls tically. Large double oven lor throe burner Ranges; Stand pipes Increased In size ' one inch, with lai'go supply valve and trnjj at base, lined. ,, • to All ovoni are made double or Jlue apOdlm PITTS &BAMILL. - - - - Sole Agents. Hundreds Have Been CURED Dy t aklng tho GKBAT GOLDEN SEAL. Testimonials aro being received daily regarding its wonderful proportleai Eminent physicians endorse it as tho greatest medical discovery of tho day. Tho GREAT GOLDEN SEAL Is u Nerve Food, Building up thu nervous Bysteu and thotlrodbrolu. An , ' Anti-Periodic Or Provontatlvo of Chills, Fcvor and Malaria. An ' Alcoholic Andidote Overcoming tho evil effects ol' excessive alcoholic indulgences. A Nonalcoholic Stimulant Toning up the eutlro system. If you aro just recovering from sickness, no known remedy will give strength and health so fast. Price, $1:QO por bottle tit nil Druggists. THE GREAT GOLDEN SEAL DRUG CO., 54 LaSalle Av., CHICAGO, ILL. " HAY-FEVER JULY'S I.i not a, Ifquul, snuff or ! }io)fi(Jer,. Applied into noatrtliisquickly almrlted. It eleanst* tlui head. Mlaya inflammation. Jfetils the sores. Rcaloreatlic senses of totte and mull. CO cents at. llruaffists; by nail, rcntsleral. ttOtmli. ELY BROTHERS. l)r»Sfflsts,0>voffo,NY, LOOKOUT THE CELKilKATEIJ QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stovo ! PHVHICIAJIB AKU G. A. HBRKMANN, M.D., FLyHiciau and Surgeon, T1I1HD STUB1JT, OVEB I'FKIFFBH'S SHOK STOKE, Olllco hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 8 to 4 afternoon, and 6:30 to 7:30 ovoulng. inv7dOwk KOU SALE AT J, HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers in STOVES AND HABDWAHK undertaker's Supplies AL\VAy« ON HANI). COB, SECOND AN!) AbllY STB. Dll. B. Pliysiciau and Murgeon, OKKIOK W. A. HA8KJEJC.I*, M.D., Physician and Surgeon,| 12 to 1, and fl p.m. DIt.O. ii. WOJLUUAND, Dontlst» 18 THIRD 8TJUCHIT, ARTON, UA. Oilice Hour*—8 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 to i p. w fobdwiy FARMS on James Klver. Va, In Olaro- inont Uolony. Illustrated olrou- ,„ * ,„ , ''"•''•oo- J.* 1 -MANOIIA, OlftM mont, Ylrglnln. ,

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