Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 19, 1887 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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Aiaoif TBLRSBAPH. BT W. T. NORTON, Cor, Third and Plain Street*, Alton, UI THURSDAY EVK, MAY 19. aoDFiiBT.May 10,1887, Miss Bertha Itiggs has returned horao from the far north, and her many friends are happy to have her here again. Dr. F. S. Halsey made a Hying visit to Collinsville lately. Fred. Virden Is home again, his school being closed. Miss Jessie Waggoner went to Rockbridge, one day last week. Mr. Hamlin Sawyer, of Wichita, Kan., lately made a short visit home. He is engaged in the real estate business there. Mr. Geo. Bushnelli went to Kane, last week, to visit friends. Mr. Ben]. Waggoner went to Jor- seyvlllQ last week. Mr. Win. Ruckmau and family, of LaMovhe, spent the Sabbath with Mrs. B's. father, Mr. G. G. Pierce. Mr. J. B. Turner attended the Sunday school convention at Decatur last week. Mias Eva Ferguson's school at Peters has closed and she is with us again. Some doto on going to Qrafton And soino go often to Kano, But T. after careful reflection Hays he greatly prefers the East lane. The young folks expect a nice time at a picnic next Saturday. The Union Sunday school concert at the Bethany church Sabbath afternoon was well attended and was greatly enjoyed by all. Mr. W. F. Waggoner had a very narrow escape lost Sunday afternoon. As he was hurrying from the born to the house a tree directly in his path was struck by lightning not thirty feet from him. He was felled to the ground by one of the splinters and one side of his face slightly burned. With the exception of a severe headache he was not otherwise hurt. • The three farms of the late John Mason will be sold at public auction June 15th upon the premises It will be sold as one farm, or separately, to suit purchasers. This is one of the most desirable farms in the township and this will be a rare chance for anyone wishing to buy. Strawberries is this locality are badly blighted. Some patches entirely ruined. There will be a strawberry festival at the residence of Dr. Halsey, in Godfrey, Friday eve. May 20th. All are cordially invited to attend, and all who have been so fortunate as to at- tend.anything of the kind at the Doctor's know well what a pleasant time they have had, and it eannot bo otherwise, as. the Doctor is a host •within himself. MOKE ANON The Traditions of Feather*. Who can imagine a gallant cavalier of "ye olden tirno" going off to the wars without a waving plumo in his capP Why, its absence would so entirely mar the effect that the knight would, scarcely seem worth one's admiration! Long before the ago of chivalry quaint ideas were extant regarding feathers, and some of our •well-known sayings owe their origin to the waving plumes. "To plume one's self" comes from tho Hungarians, who placed in their caps a feather for each Turk killed, and therefore were decorated according to valor. The use of tho white fduthcr as a sign of withdrawal from a contest or as a truce undoubtedly arose from tho fact that in leaving the field tho white feathers were most easily soon. Tho sending of a white feather to one who intended lighting meant usually a warning from some friend that discretion would be tho better part of valor. The question lias often been asked why the foathors of the peacock, beau- tilvil aa they are, have tho reputation of bringing bad luck to tho wearer. The East Indians and the North American Indians believe that foathors endow their owner with tho vices or virtues of tho bird from which they are plucked, and as tho p'eacook is vain, arrogant, and groaay ho can scarcely endow ono with all tho virtues. Tho kingfisher has boon a highly honored bird, and to possess one of his feathers or a bit of the skin has meant great fortune. The Tartars ilrrnly bolievo that he who touches a beautiful woman witli a kingtishor's feather will gain her lovo. People who appreciate the beauty of fine ostrich feathers can imagine tho appearance of helmets formed entirely of thorn; and yet they wore so used by tho ancionta without a {-bought, apparently, of thoir ornamental value. Some old paintings show tho artists' lovo for plumes of various kinds; tho peacock fans wave boforo an eastern beauty, tho long white plumes in some hero's hat, tho luiroon's feather in the saucy page's cap, while the plumes that fall far down on whito and dimpled shoulders are depleted with tho prom! nonce they desorvo. Womankind, doubtless, will always approve of foathors—they are graceful and becoming, adaptive mid elegant And ivro not thoso virtues a sufficient guaranty for their continued favorP— Tho Delineator. A now color just introduced at London is called jubllno blue, it is appropriate to the outlook iu h-ultiud. On tbs Look Out. Tho Mnw York Legislature is (n a iieroe fight with tho English sparrow; and the press are Irreverently anxious to note tho sparrow's fall. — Cincinnati Enquirer, Wado Hampton's Belief In Prayer. The lovo and admiration in which ho is held by the people of South Carolina arc Illustrated in nn incident related by Gon. Hampton when he was recovering from his sickness. "I am certain," ho snM' "that my life was saved by tho fervent prayers of the people of South Carolina. I was at the point of death and had lost all intcrflst In life when I received a letter from an old Methodist minister, a frionii, tolling mo of tho deep and devout petitions put up for my restoration to health by tho Methouist conference then in session at Nowberry. The letter closed by begging mo to ex- erclso my will to live in response to tho supplications of tho people of tho whole State, who were praying for mo night and day in every household. When I heard the letter road I promised my sister that I would hoed tho kind, loving words of tho man of God, and arouse my will to live. That night I foil into a denp sleep und dreamed most vividly tlmt I was in a spacious room, in wliioh I was moved to all parts of the State, so that I mot my assembled friends everywhere. I ro- mumber most distinctly of all old Beaufort, where I had last been. 1 saw immense assemblages, and as I looked down upon them a grave personage approached mo and touched me on the shoulder and said to me: 'These people are praying for you. Live! Live! ! Live!!!' I never realized anything like it before. It seemed a vision. I woke the next morning feeling the life-blood creeping through my veins, and I told my family that the erisis was passed, and that I should get better."—/. L. While in the American Magazine. No wonder that there is a mild protest, ivgiviiist thu ilialttel slovy vvliun T/io Richmond Stales lias to explain that thii title of Mr. Thomas Nelson Pago's last Virginia negro story, "No Haiti Pawn," means "a pond without a head." .. Or TUB CONDITION *F 1MB Alton National Bank, At Alton, In the State of Illinois, at the Close of HuslnuHB, May 18th, 1887. RESOURCES : Loans and Discounts. ?291,104 78 Overdrafts , 4,169 72 J. S. Bonds to secure circulation... W.OOO to [J. S. Bonds to secure deposits...... 80,000 00 U. S. Bonds on liana. : 0,750 00 Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. $5,450 00 Qua from approved reserve agents.. 43,450 25 Due from otbsv National Banks 04,805 63 Due|from State Dunks and bankers.. 26,743 54 ItealEstate,furniture,and fixtures.. 9,000 00 Checks and other cash Items 1,170 12 Bills of other Banks 8,88500 Fractional paper currency, nickals and cents 57 00 Specie ..' 118,82*85 Legal tender notes 36,84* W Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation) S.340 00 Due from U. 8. Treasurer other than 5 per cent, redemption fund 3,185 09 TOTAL $814,667 00 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In 5100,000 00 Surplus fund 60,000 00 Undivided profits IT.IM 94 National Dank notes outstanding... 44,000 00 ndlvldual deposits subject to chuck 401,484 78 Demand certificates of deposit 106,135 3 Time certificates of deposit 38415 Jnltod States deposits 39,598 2J Due to other National Banks 3,481 97 Due to State Ilauks and bankers 42,258 13 TOTAI $ 814,557 60 STATE OF ILLINOIS | QH OOVHTT OF MADISON, 1 BB I, E. 1*. Wade, Cashier of (the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tht abore statement is true to the best of my knowledge und belief. B. P. WADK, Cashier. Sabiartbed and sworu to before me thU Wta day ot Mliy, 1887. UKO. F. MONULTT, Notary Public. Correct—ATTEST : HENRY WATSON, 0. A. OALUWKLL, ALiSEUT WADK. Directors. . Trustee's Sale- Whereas,Kdwnrd Holllster and Martha II. Jolllster, by tholreertain deed of trust, boar- UK date, the 23d day of May, A. U., 1878, and recorded la the Recorder's olllco In Kdwards- villo, countv of Mncll.ion, State of Illinois, in look 141, pages 12, W and 24, convoyed to lenry O, BlUlnuu, Trustee, and the Sheriff ot iladleon countv, as his successor, In trust, the following described real estate, In tho county of UadUon andstuto of Illinois: Tuo south hall IXI of the northeast quarter .VI of section four [4], containing eighty ISO] acres, and a portion of the north half [>.'| ot the northeast quarter IKl of section four [4], contalng twenty 1.201 acres, more or logs, nil of said tracts of land being situated in township live 151, north of range;ten 110], west, iuld party, nerobv Intending to convey all and owned by them in said section four 14), which said deed of trust was made to secure one certain principal note, for the sum of 'hree thousand ({3,000) dollars and duo in wo years after the date thereof aud to boar nteiest after maturity, at the rate of eight )or cent per annum; also tour [4] Intercut lotos for tlio sum of one hundred und twenty tlW] dollars each, axd duo in six, twelro. eighteen und twenty-four months after the date thereof, and bearing Interest aftor maturity, at the rate of eight per cent per an num. All of said notes Doing dated May 3. A, p., 1878, aid all of said notes being executed, by said JCdwurd itolllster and ptkYUblo to the order tot K. S. Billings. And vhorous U was provided, in said Deed of Trust, that If default should bo made in tho layment of said notQR, or either of thoia, or ho interest ucoi'ulng theraon, according to lie terms thereof i then In that evnt tho said lustco is empowered and authorized at once to advert**!] and sell said real estate. And whereas default has boen nuido in tho puy- uent of said principal note of throe thousand $.1,001)1 dollars and the Interest thorenn, null :hciro will be due, ou tho day of sale, tho sum tl three thousand seven hundred und live und orty-four ono hundreds (53,705,441 dollars, as principal and interest. And trhoroiis It was irovkled in said Deed of Trust that If tho sold iloury O, Hillings or trusteo, therein mentioned should fall, refuse or be unable to execute this trust, then In that case the Sheriff It made and appointed his successor in trust, with all the riithtu, powers, duties anil trusts of said Henry O. Billings as therein sot forth, and whereas the said Henry O. Bllllnga U unable :o exatuta this trust on account of his ubBOUue (ram tho State of Illinois. Therefore, I, the underslgflod, Sheriff of Uudlsou oounty, at the request of tho legal holder ot said uote. E. S. Ulllintfs, public notice is hereby given that In pursuance of the provision of said Dood of Trust, and Uy virtue ol tho powois therein conferred, the undersigned will, on the TWKNTIKTH DAT OK IlUNK, A. D, 1887, ut tho hour of ton (10) o'clock a. m. of said day, ut tho north front door of the Olty Hull, In tho olty of Alton, oounty of Madison aud State of Illinois, offer forlialo and sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for ousu. tho ubovo described ruul es- tat«, to pay nua satisfy «ald note and deed ol trust, together with tho co»u and oxpon- >oi ,oi executing this truit, und compensation to tho trustee for his services. Said sule to bo nudo without redumption. Kmlly O.Lefavour claims Homo Interest In •aid laud, but any interest suo may claim has Ueen acquired subswiuent to mild deed of trust. UmVAIll) A. 1IUUKK, Dhurllf of Mudliou county, Htule of Illinois. J. K. MUUINNIS, Attorney. llidtd ALTON MARKET. TELKOIUI'H OFPIOK, ) AVTOH, II,L. Mfty 19, 1887. \ FLOUB. Stttnftrd's llflst, In Backs ................. 475 Fairy $4.40; diamond Light $1.00; Fairy $3.50; 'LB.B«11e,"J (A. It. IM. Co.) .. Sparks Milling do.. . ...................... Choice, perbu..., ..... . ,..' ...... ., .. . ; FEED. Ship stuff, per 100 fts llrnii COKN. No, 2 Mlxod, per bii,, No.2 White, " " lietaU ..................................... 50 HAY. Wholoanlo, per ton, bailed ............... 11101:1 lletall CORN MEAL. wholesale, per bu ......................... tt lletall ...... ..... ............................ BO SKKD. Clover Seed, per bu., wholesale. . ...... 1400 Timothy', " ...................... 200 ^, . wholesale, poi bu .......................... 30 lletall ...... , ........... ............... ... .15 m^^mmmt STRAW- I'erbalo... ................. 40c per owt, POTATOES. lletall, at ......... ...... ................ 1 00®12S ONIONS. Wholesale, per bu .......................... 1 26 Retail ....................................... 1 4o SALT. Wholesale, per bbl ......................... 1 10 Retail ................................... 135 RICE. Wholesale, per Ib ......................... ,4ffl5K Hotall ..... .! ............................ MOLAHSKb. Wholesale, per gal ........................ 2.1®«0 Retail ..................... ............. 400100 BUTTER. Oholao, wholesale, per Ib ................. 20 retail ........................... 25 EGGS. Per dozen, wholesale. ... ........... " retail ....... ................... ... 10 CHICKENS. Live 25 Dressed... 30 WOOL Unwashed 18(820e Washed 2S®30o BurryWool ]2i315c TALLOW. Bo quality per Ib., wholesale T... 04 Green cnred, per lu.....,..'....,. .....BK®0 Dry Salted f. 10 Dry Flint 12 HAMS. Sugar Cured, wholesale " retail n LAUD. Per Ib,, -wholesale " retail ; . 10 BACON. Shoulders, wholesale, per Ib " retail OloarSfdes, wholesale 9 " retail 10 L1MK. Per bbl., wholesale 65 ' retail... 70 Bulkperbu., wholesale 13 " retail 25 Louisville Cement, per brl $1 60 Plaster Paris, " '• 2 60 Hair, per bushel 85e WOOD. Good quality, per cord 3.50 ® t .00 COAL. House, del., per bu 7®6 Hard, per ton $8 00®7 00 Bars and Scalp Covered with Ec- zcmatous Scabs and Sores Cured by Cuticnra. M \ little son, aged elc;ht years, has boon afflicted with Eczema of tho scalp, und at times a groat portion of tho body, over since ho was two years old. It began in his ears, and extended to his scalp .which became covered iwith scabs and sores, and from which a sticky fluid poured out. causing Intense itching and distress, and leaving Ms -hair matted and lifeless. Underneath these scabs tho skin was raw, like a piece of beefsteak. Gradually tho hair came out and was de- stroved. until but a small patch was loft at tho back ot the head. My friends In Poabody know how my llttlo 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 nso, ho would scratch. I took him to tho hospital and to the best physicians In Peabody without success. About this time, some friends, who had been cured by tho Outioura Remedies, prevailed upon mo to try them., 1 began to uso them on the 15th of January last. In seven months every particle of the disease was removed. Not a spot or scab remains ou his scalp to toll tho story o£ his suffering. His hair has returned, and is thick and strong, and his scalp as swoot and clean as any child's In tho world. I cannot say enough to express my gratitude for this wonderful cure by the Cutlcum Remedies, aud wish all similarly aflllcted to know that my statement Is true and without exaggeration. CHARLES MCKAY, Oct. 6,1885. Poabody, Mass. 1 have Been Mr. McKay's boy when badly alleutod with tho Ec/.omu. He 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 kitow that the statements he has made yon as regards tho curing of his boy by your Untlcura Remedies are true in every particular. WILLIAM J MCCARTHY, 33 Foster street, Peabody, Mass. E l do not know ol any Instance in which tho utlcura Remedies have foiled to produce satisfactory results. I believe I have sold more them than of any other skin remedies I have over handled during the 33 years of my experience us a druggist, A. D.TRVON, Batavia, N, Y. Sold everywhere. Price: Outioura, 60 cts.; Outioura Soap.25 rents; Outlcura Resolvent, fl. Prepared by Potter Drug and Chemical Co.. Boston. Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases." T»-r •* JTPLKB, Blackheads. Skin Blemishes and Baby Humors, uso Cutieuru Soap. A Word about Catarrh. "Ills tbo mucous membrane, thut wonderful semi-fluid envelope surrounding tho doll- outo tissues of tho air and food passages, that Catarrh makes its stronghold. Onco ostah- llshed, It outs Into tho very vitals, and renders life but a lontt-drawn breath of misery und disease, dulling the sense of hearing, trammelling the power of speech, destroying the faculty of smell, tiiintlnir the breath, and killing tho rellnod pleasures of taste. Insidiously, by creeping on from u simple cold in tho head, It assaults the membranous lining and envelops tho uonos, outing through tho dellouto coats and causing Inflammation, sloughing and death. Nothing short of eradication will secure health to tnoipatlont, and all nllovlatlves uro Blmpiy procrastinated suKorliiKS, lending to a fatal termination. Sunford r s Kadloal Our«,by Inhalation and by Internal administration, has never failed; nvon when tho disease has made frightful Inroads on delicate constitutions, hearing, smoU und tasto liave boon recovered, and tho disease thoroughly driven out, SANl'-oiu/s ,KAUIOAL Guitu consists of ono bottle of tho Radical Cure, ono boxOntarrbal Solvent, aud ono improved Inhaler, neatly wrapped In one package, with full directions ; price $1. jPOTTBlf DBUO & OllBMlOAL OO HOW IT ACHES. Worn out with pain, but mill compelled by stern necessity to stand up to tho work boforo us and boar the pain. Relief lu one mlnuto In a Ou- tioura AntM'nln Plaster for aching nn skies and ba(k,wp|ik& painful muscles, tho sore ohost and bucking cough, und ovary pain und noho ol daily toll. Elegant, now, original, speedy, und infallible. At druggtstb.iUo.; live for $1; or. • post n^o tree, ot Potter Drug undOhomlciil Oo.,Itogtoti. 2OO BAGS HIGGOTS' FUREKA FINE SAIL For Dairy and Table Use, iuj!4 Ib. linen sacks and 50 Ib. . sacks, for sale by _ J. A.BYBIE. Host Purls liroen for your potato bugs. Mixed glosn carriage paint for your buggioa.—Marsh's Drug Store, wit KASKINE (THE iSTBVV QUININE.) No bad effect No headache No nausea, MO ringing ears, C ure " quickly Pleasant,r re TONIC, . tlmt the moat dollonto stomach will boar. A HPlfiCIFlO FOR MALARIA RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, and nil Gortn Diseases FOR GOLDS KA8KINK HAS 11KKNFOUND TO HE ALMOST A SPECIFIC. Superior to Q Bol'lov'uo Hospital, N. Y.: "Universally sue COSSfUl." Mr. V. A. Mlllor, 030 Bust lB7th street, N. Y, was cured by IKasklna ot extreme malaria prostration after seven years suffering. He Ima run down from l"fi pounds to 97, bogui ou Kusklnoin Juno. 1880, wont to work In OU month, rogulnodlhis full weight In 0 mouths Quinine did him no Rood whatever. Mr. Ohnrlos Baxter, architect, 133 K. 120th st N. Y., was cured by Kasklno of dmub ague li 3 months nftor qulnlno treatment for 10 years Mrs. J. Lawson.141 Morgon St., Urookly wa ourod of malaria and nervous dyspepsia o many yeai-9s:andtng by Knsklno, the qululn treatment having wholly failed. Kov. Jan. I,. HaU.ObnpIaln Albany Fonlton ttary.writos that Kaskuio has cured his wife after twenty years suffering from malarli and nervous dyspepsia. Write him tor particulars. Letters from the above persons, giving fill details, will bo sent on application. .rKoakinu can bo taken wlthoucuny spocia tnedical advice. $1.00 por bottle. Sold by or sent by mail on receipt of price KASKINE CO., 51 Warren St., New York mysawlm KAGLK 1'ACKET COMPANY, SPBING ARRANGEMENT j E. HOBS I'OWBLI, I ED. BLOCK, Olerlr s On and alter Monday, Fob. 11, the Sprea Eagle win run as follows, vizi LEAVING ALTON FOR ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m.i and St. Louis on ret\irn trip at S p. m., daily. And leaving Alt on fo Portage, Jersey Landing, Grafton, and wa- points every evening at B :30 o'clock. *3.The Whistle will be sounded flftce: mlnutesbelore starting for St. Louis. |FABBi To ST. LODIS, ... t BOUND TEXT - - - - • ' TWENTY HIDES' . - - B oo o w. HILL. Agent. Fast Freight & Passenger Line THE ST. LOUIS AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS K. It. 'CD'S PAI.AOK STEAMER J. F. ELLISON, Commander. ED. ANSUDTZ, j ni er ir H TIIOE DODGE, I ulerKB On andafter, Thursday,Fob. 17th, will leave Alton dally Commencing Monday, April 4th, steamer Hudson will leave St. Louis lor Alton, Port ago, Jersey, Qrafton and all points en St. L & O. l.-ll. U., daily, except Sunday, at 8:30 a in., arriving at Alton at 11 a. in. Iteturnlng will leave Alton for St. Louis at 5:45 p. m arriving at St, Louis at 7:30 in ample time for parties to attend thoatrss, etc. Parties purchasing round trip tickets will bo furnished state rooms without extra cost. Hound trip tickets ol steamer Spread Eagle or Hudson wllljbo honored by cither boat for return passage. connecting with fast express on St. Louis and Central Illinois Uailroad lor Jersuyvillo, .Waverly, Springfield and all points north and oast. FARE. TO ST, Loots,single trip, . . • . .We, " " round trip 7(io. '• " twenty rlao ticket,. , $6.00 HENUY 0. TATUM, Gen. Agt. Alton. H. A. FISHER, Gen'l Manager. relldtf Trustee's Sale. Whereas, Marcus n. Topping, of the city of Alton, county of Madison, and State of Illinois, by his certain trust deed, duly executed, acknowledged mid delivered, bearing date tho 24th day of Juno, A. D. 1875. and recorded In tho Register's olllco of the said city of Alton, In hook 7, at puges 4,6, and 6, did convoy unto Albert Wade, as trustee,; all tho lollow- Ing described promised, situated In tha city of Alton, In tho county of Madison and State of Illinois, to-wit: Tho south half of lot number eight (8) In block number twelve (12) In tho olty of Alton, aforesaid, upon which is erected a two and a half story brick dwelling with stone basement, to secure tho payment of ono principal promissory note for the sum of three thousand dollars executed l>y said Marcus U. Topping and dated the 24th day ot June, A. D., 1876, and payable two years after date to the order of Swootser and Priest with interest from maturity ut the rate of ton per cent per annum, tho Interest, If not paid seml-annually, to become as principal und bear tho same rate of Interest; und four Interest notes described In said deed of trust of oven date therewith and payable In six, twelve aud eighteen months and two years after date respectively which interest notes have boon fully paid. Aud, whereas, said Marcus U. Topping, by his certain trust deed duly executed, acknowledged and delivered bearing date, the 10th of March, A, D.. 1870, and recorded In the Recorder's otllco of Madison county, Illinois, in book 144, of deed records on pages 147, 149 and 14t> did convoy unto tho said Albert Wado, as trustee, all tho following described promises situated lu the olty of Alton afarosald, towit: Tho undivided one-halt of forty-two md ono-half feet fronting on Third street, oil of tho west side of lot number six (D) in blk number twelve (12) to further secure the payment of said principal promissory noto or tho sum of three thousand dollars. And, whereas, default has been made In tho payment of tho said principal 'promissory noto and there Is now duo and unpaid thereon tho sum of two thousand, nine hundred find forty dollars of principal and tho sum of $04.18 Interest, making u total of £1,8-11.13 now luo und unpaid on said noto, besides the ntorost which may uooruo on suld principal 'rorn now to tho day of salo hereinafter mentioned, at tho rate of eight per cont. per annum; and there la now due tho logo! holder of said note the further sum of ono hundred md fifty-six dollars aud olghty-tlvo cents for ;axos paid on said promises und Interest on ;ho taxes so paid; making in all tho sum of tl.OOO.US now duo the logulholdor of said note mdor said note and douds of trust, and tho' legal holder of said noto Homy o. Priest, surviving part of said firm of Swootsef & Priest las mado npplloatlon to the undersigned, tho trustee !u sum trust deeds named, and requested him. us such trustee to sell and dispose of said promises under the power In said .runt doods und for tho purposes therein stated, uud It appears from tho records of Madison county, Illinois, that Bald Muroiiu II. Topping has convoyed said promises to Mary Fannie Topping: Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given, that In pursuance of suld tmst doods, and by virtue of tho power and authority to mo granted In and by tho samu.and by virtue of tho statute of the State, 1. the undersigned, will, on rilUKSlur, THM NINTH DAY OF JUNE, A. D,, 1887, at ton o'clock a. m. at tho north front door of thoClty jrullbulUlng.ln the olty of Alton, aforesaid, noil and dlnposo of the promises ubovo and In suld trust deeds respectively described, und all the right, title, benefit und equity of redemption o{ tho said Marcus II. Topping, his holm or assigns therein, at public auction, for the highest und best prloo tho same will bring In oiioli. Dutod May utli, 1887. AL1IKUT WADE, Trustee. WISH & DAVIS, Attorneys for Trustee. (ltd At lie Prices Silk Clocked Balb. Ladles' Hose, 5o a pair; other Hose up to $1.50. Cnlicos and Lawns, 3c to I5o a yard. Sateens, Domestic and imported, 4c a yard to 860. All grades in White Dress Goods from fie a yard up. All kinds of Fancy Goods and Dry Goods very cheap.'' : Men's Working Shirts, lOc to $1. Men's White Shirts, 40c to $1. Undershirts for all, at 12 1-2 to $1.25. , ;?: r .-,..; Socks from 2c to 75c a pair. ' Men's Suits, $3.50, $4, $5, $6, $7, $8, $9, $10 to $20, just [a little over half price. Boys' Suits, $1.50, $2, $3, $•!, $5, $G, $7. $8 to $18, they are worth much more. Odd Garments for Men and Boys at nearly half price. Boys'Pants, 40c to $3.60. Millinery too numerous to mention, but just as cheap as you want them and the largest, by far, stock ever in Alton. Gents' Hats, all styles, way down in price; chca p enough for all. Ladies' Slippers, lOo to $1.50 a pair. Ladies' Shoes, in button and lace, $1 to $3.50 a pair. Children's Shoes in all grades. Our profit on all goods is no mor» than lOc on the dollar, which will be well demonstrated at-the Globe. Our Groceries we are selling out at cost; fixtures for_sale. Call in and SRC us, wo will surely entertain you and sell you, if you want to buy, at the lowest prices. Straight words these are, at W, A. HILDEBRAND, prop'r of the Globe. 1887 THE LATEST! 1887. ~ JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR [PRESSURE RANGES, Made In four stylos. Two and Throo Uurnors.; With Tin and Russia Ovens. A PERFECT Air Pressure, without the olorated IOTI!'. Pressure ifl obtainedlwlth a weight, r ™ r.mV"" 11 u r ulu l'- AbtoluU'lj -Use Hilist; sin pie with no Intricate parts. LIGHTS with ciiTlruictlcd «i), IrMcuil ol ollin n crip tnp. Gasoline mid Air Tanks ore all of 3)f Inch tcamlcss brass tubing- small comicctlnRi'lpcu ol hmvy .annealed brasujvlth union coupilnKB. One cud ol tnnlc is ol (jltts, showing quantity ol oil In sumo. OBimol The regular line of JKWEL j ' * -*-*">rHU WJVIUIW O\ _,- .„_ „.»«« U»A.UM>. A*U*J(^VOj UHUUVl JJftJJQO AUU&UIMJQU AU OUbO Ml one inch, with large supply valvo and trap at base. All ovens are made double or lined. • apedim , ., ....... of JB>VEL STOVES AND RANGES are Improved mechanically and arUl- tloally. Large double ovun for three burner Ranges; Stand pipes Increased in size to li large supply valvo and trap at 1"- •" .... PITTS & HAMILL Sole Agents. CATARRH HAY-FEVER JULY'S CREAM BALM Is not a liquid, snuff or powder. Applied into nostrils is quickly absorbed. <It cleanset the head. Allays inflammation, ffeals tht sores. Restores the semes of tints and smell. 00 ccntu at Itrwjiiitts; by matt, ngitlertd, CO cent*. IIY BROTHERS. "nigrgi8ts.Owcgo.NY,. Hundreds Have Been CURED By taking- tho GREAT GOLDEN SEAL. Testimonials arc being received dally regarding It* wonderful properties. Eminent physlclani endorse it as tho greatest medical discovery of tho day. Tbo GREAT GOLDEN SEAL la • Nerve Food, Building up tho nervous systen and tho Urod brain. An Anti-Periodic Or Provontatlvo of Chills, Fever and Malaria. An • Alcoholic Ahdidote Overcoming tho evil effects of excessive alcoholic indulgences. A NonAlcoholic Stimulant Toning up tho entire system. If you are just recovering from sickness, no known remedy will give strength and health 10 fust Price, (1,00 per bottle at all DrufljlsU. THE GREAT 80LDEM SEAL DRUB CO,, *54 LaSalle Av., CHICAGO, ILL.* LOOKOUT HBiiiE! THIS OELEBUATJOD QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stovo ! FOH 8AL15 AT J, HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers m STOVES AND HARDWAUB Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND. tJOU, SECOND AMO ALUY BT8. PHY8IO1AHB AMP 5UHOBOM8 G. A. HERRMANN, M.D., Physician and Surgeon, T11I11D STREET, OVKE PfJSIFPBK'S SHOK Sl'OKB, onloohours: 8to 10a.m.; 2 to 4 afternoon, and 0:30 to 7:30 evening. my7d«ffk DR. B Physician and Burgeon, RBSIDHNOE, OOB.FOOBXH AND HKN1&Y 8T8. isj-dwly w. A. HASKEIX, M.D., ' Physician and Surgeon, OmOK-SKOOND ST.. ALTON, ILL. Office n oora—» a. m.: 11 to 1, and 6 p.m. DR. C. J!. UOMJDAND, Dentist, I8THIUD8TKHBT, ALTON, ILL. Office Uonrf-8 a. m. to 13 in.| 1 to i P. Mpowiy SK i ran u c»° n J'»"°» iuv«, v», in rAnMXuiontuolony, Illustrated olrou- rHnllltfiarlree. J.V. MAKOBA. OU»: mont, Vlrglul».

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