Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 19, 1887 · Page 4
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BUM*. This medicine, combining Iron •with pure •ncl F«T«r», and H to «i unfailing Kidney and Liver. It X invaluable- tot Diseases nccnllnr to WotetMt and all v»ho tana ncaonlary lives. Itdocsnot injure IhflJocth.causehetMliicho.or produce con»UpatlonP-o</Kr Iran mttUcines do. It enrloIiiM and nnrtfle* Oie blood, Stimulates tho appellte, aids tlio nsa mllutlori of food, relieve! Heartburn and Belching, and Btronirtfiens tbo muncles nnd noire*. For Intermittent Ferern, Id LMk of Energy, etc., it has no equal. t*~ Tho eetmlnohaaabovo trnitemurk nnd crossed redllnes on wrapper. Tnko no otlior. M*fe o«lj »7 BBOITK aOMlCAL CO- ttVlimU, »» SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL Almost as Palatable as Milk The only preparation of COD MVEU OIIi th» cin bo taken rcwJlt)%ud toloratcd tat a long Urn bj delicate stomachs. AKP A8 A KKMEHT FOR CPSSPHPTIQIT. AmxrruiNS, ANAKHU, <IES PKItilJTV., COUUIIS ANI> THUOAT AF TECTION8) ami ill WAST1NU DISOItPMlS OI mMTclloin Tin lla rpunltii. ITettcrlbod ami (indorsed by tlio boat 1'liyelclan in tlio countries of tlio world. Rai'.P RV ,ai? A. J. HOWELL, FURNITURE! ! A Full and Complete Stock r CONSTANTLY ON HAND. FOB ALL QRDKD UPHOLSTERING Neatly and promptly executed.; Belle at., bet. Third and Fourth -ALSO— UNDERTAKER HK8IDBNOB OOlt. STATE ft SEVENTH STl T, L FOULDS & CO., ATENTION! The Pickle Factory wishes to make contracts for For Vickie purposes. Will pay too, BOO an W)o per bushel for Uuoumbora not longer tha 4 in.. It In. and 2 in., in good shape. Will tuk all that can be raise-J, whuthor by contrao or not. inylldwlm 'With sliding Detachable Springs, ay Better than Whalebone or Born f ^3 and guaranteed never to break. Price, $1.95. For tale by leading wholesale aavl retail citab- lltlimeuu. MAYER, 8TROUSE &CO. | 413 Broadway, N. Y., Manufacturers. TAR DID PILESVWtlHEUM and all «kjn dlaoomee. A new method of torn IKwmilnH 'Jar. A Cure gnurantood, or inouoi Eefundpd". Bold by ilriiRiriata, imil nt tho oflloo o TAR-OID CO., 78 SAHMlfHst. CHICAGO. Priori »1 <'"W A TVTTP'Fk AT oNas, A HE W A.*? LJtLJLJu&nuK iiAN- to tiiko orders for oliolcu nursery stock. Uooc liny. Steady work. Outfit /roe. No oxiv rloncti HOOllOd. JAMBS E. WHITNBV. ap2Ud)iti AurHiii'yniHii, llochoator,N.V. AMTOT DAILY Rnt*r*d M S«coBn-a)B«« Matter at the P. _ O. at Alton, 111.) THURSDAY EVE., MAY 19. "Anybody .can wnsh dishes," a veteran hotel-keapor said, "but to wash didhes thoroughly and quickly nnd carefully requires some <|wiliUM tnut are not nlwnys found in (lomesUes. No cuuUomi houoekuupor will intrust her vuluiiljlo china to the euro of any but n •well-tried, capable servant. Iho young housekeeper genorally finds this out after the prettiest net sho received as a wedding present is broken piece by piece. "The general requirements of a goou dish-washer arc care in bundling the ware, cure in iwinf? hot and clean water, care in scouring the parts that need it, nnd care in drying with clean towels. You see there isenroTequired nt every step of the process. A careless dish-washer can do more damage at one washing than can be paid for with a month's wages. "Perfect drying of dishes after washing is an important matter. A slovenly dish-washer using tepid water, and attempting to dry disnes before they are thoroughly drained, will not only require many more towels, but will fail to get that polish and finish that make eleauly washed dishes a thing of beauty and a joy forever. The veteran dish-washer will use water so hot that, after the dishes are rinsed and drained a, few moments, they will require very little drying. "^n ignorant dish-washer, if not watched, will dump a lot of dishes promiscuously into a pan • and run tho risk of breaking half of them. The proper way is, first, to scrape off all the food from the dishes; otherwise the water will got dirty very soon and need to be often used. Then lot each piece be carefully washed by itself, beginning with the glass and finer ware. Rinse thoroughly with clean water, and bo sure and use dry towels to finish with. The hotter the water used the more perfect will be the work. "Look out for knife handles. Many a beautiful set of ivory or rubber handles have been spoiled by dirty dishwater. Many nn unhappy housekeeper has wept at the rubber set of knives that might have been saved by a spark of domestic intelligence. "Look out for particles of soap in the crevices, such as the corners of cups, the handles, or around the rims, or in the tines of forks. Eternal vigilance is the price of cleanliness. "Beware of clanging crockery together. It is very brittle, and it cracks and chips easily. How would a statue of Apollo look with a chip oil' the end of his noseP The same principle applies to dishes. Take n tumbler or goblet, for instance. A chip out of the rim will make a man miserable, to say nothing of the tender mouth of a lady. "Pie-plates, pudding-dishes, etc., in which food has been baked, need careful soaking before they can be properly washed. Sometimes a little salt'is necessary to be put in the water in order to remove stains. "For the washing of pots and kettles there is a very handy article known as the wire wash cloth. It is composed of wire rings interlaced, and is much used among the Germans. It is a very useful tool for scouring, but care must be exercised with tin vessels, because the wire may scour off the tin and leave the iron substratum exposed to rust."— New York Sun. 01 On the Mountain Height*. | The imperial moon rose in all it8 lu'culent beauty, revealing the keener clustered scintillations of the chimeras of the azure sky. The dew glistened on the fasciculated grass and the hetcr. ochromous blossoms that grow on the banks of the murmurous mountain stream, meandering adown the undulating slopes in subtlest mnsicry. There nir is no insipid ilnidj it seems a subtle distillation of all reminiscent languors of tho 'hesternal day, Tho polychromatic vostiges of autumn were visible: the sibilant wind sobbed itself to subliest stillness, and tho silence made strange polyaeoustic of every sound, when a young girl, an uncertain mystic npparation, stole stealthily out from tho sombrousncss of tho pities and said softly: "You thar, BillP" Hound about her vaporous form the mountains lifted themselves to ompry- real heights, the glamorous moonshine fell athwart tho bouldcrons path, the scintillations of tho glistening dow irradiated pnoh loot ana twig. An isolated star,blaxing in the vast solitudes of the sky, burst suddenly into a dimling constellation before her luminous eyes, as she again whispered: "You thar, BillP" How vast tho solitude! How impregnable tho mountain walls! How they stand 'revealed in dolinilo, darkling distinctness in the mellowness of tho moonlight? Tho wind rose in riotout revelry. It far down the shimmering slops tho young girl's tremulous words: "You thar, B111P" A nocturnal rider comes in sight. It is Bill. Ho comes noiseless, swift, dark, lilio 'some dark shadow, somu noisome oxhaliation of the night. But it is Bill. Onward ho rides In alternating gloom and brightness. With lino intuitive prescience ho discerns tho proximity of the young girl long cvo her materialized form is revealed amid the shadows of tho hemlocks. "Oh, Bill!" "That you, BetsP" Tlmro i» tv Bttggi'stion of covert con- tumellousnoss in his voice as he propounds tho iiuostion to the shrinking, sensitive gtrl. "Air it you for true, lintsP What for do " A lilmlnoss cloud darkens the golden moon, deiisd but ovaniixumil shadows fall, (ho Hurriud mountain summits mir- render themselves to oblivion. "1 allowed you'd come, Bets; I allowed " Tho moon rides forth again; tho golden glamor glistens, on iUl the hills. "You kuowd I'd coniu; didn't you, BJ11P" * "Didn't kiiow v for truo, iJutyv, WKMU folks is oiisartain." "Oh, BillP" "They nir, Bets; I toll ye " The sibilant wind was widely astir; the moon This story will be finished some day when thiM'c'is no moon, and when the "sibilant winds" are not blowing.— Zenas Dane, in Puck. Home lAtc of tho Prince of Wales. At Sandringham tho Prince breakfasts with his wifn and daughters, but at Marlborough house his habits uro less regular, and as often as not liis first meal consists of sardine on toast with n cup o! coffee, or on occasion— tell it not In Oath—a brandy and soda. This "small and early" is parUikcn oi in the airiest of customs before tho dressing room (ire, and during its progress His Royal Highness sorts and reads his letters. Half the arrangements for the Colindcries were made or sanctioned in that cosy little room looking out on the Mall boVtfuen the nibbles and sips of the Prince's breakfast. Tho next business—always an important one witli the Prince of Wales —is tho choice of n snit of clothes ho means to wear, and tho selection is to him a matter of much care. It depends, of course, on tho programme for tho day. If his diary tells him that ho has to open a hospital or attend a "heavy" meeting of learned professors, or run down to Windsor to see his "mamma," as he still calls Her Most Gracious Majesty, the black frock coat with tho silk facings, with a pair of quiet unmentionables to tho order given to his trusty valet. Should Sundown, or a little luncheon ."somewhere" with Charlie Hereford, bo down in the day's bill of fare, tho latest thing in wonderful chessboard chocks is called for, but whatever suit is offered to him the Prince is sure to reject it if it has been worn five times before. His Royal Highness never wears a pair of trousers more than six times. As soon as he is arrayed in purple and fine linen the Prince has Sir Francis Knollys in, and over the first cigar of tho day instructs him as U> tlie proper treatment of the pile of opened letters. Then he makes his way to his wife's morning room, where lie is sure to /ind the Princess in tho daintiest of morning toilets hard at work on "crewels," with two of her daughters making wonderful garments for the Sandringham poor, while the third little maid is reading aloud either from the Times or tho Morning Post. The papers and the crewel work arc both Jaid aside when tho Prince enters, and when his youngest daughter has brought him the weight-carry- ingest chuir 111 tho room, half an hour's chat follows. During the season this is all tho home life the Marlborough House people havo together. Unless he has a dinner party at home or some function to attend which entails the presence of his wife and daughters, tho Prince sees them no more till next morning.— London Letter. Their Business Booming. «w» Probably no one thing has causec such a general revival of trade at, B Marsh's Drug | Store as the giving away to his customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption. His trade n simply enormous in this very valuabli article from the fact that it always ourei and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and ?al throat and lung diseasas 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 Brace Up. . You are feeling depressed, your apt- petite is poor, you are bothered with headache, .you are fldgetty, nervous and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with, stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters wbichChave for their basis very cheap bad whiskey, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave you in worse condition than before. Wha you want is an alterative that will pur ify your blood, start healthy action o Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength Such a medicine you will find m Eleetrii Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at E Marsh's Drug Store, my 1 dw 1 m BncKieu'8 Arnica Halve. ^The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises, soros.u.oers, salt rheum, feve sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns and ail skin, eruptions, and posi lively cures piles, or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 2 cents per box. For sale by E. Marsh Alton, 111. mchVdwlm Whether on land or at sea, on th prairie or in the crowded city, Aver 1 Pills are the best cathartic, being con Tcniont, efficacious, and safe. For tor pid liver, indigestion, and sick head acho, thoy never;fail. dwlw la Switzerland the law requires mor or loss tree planting. On wedding day they generally plant weeping willow and on birth days birch. "Can't oat a thing." Hood's Saa saparilla is a wonderful medicine fo creating an appetite, regulating digos lion, and giving strength. 7 The cattle barons who have fencoc in public lands refuse to give ttiem up and the President has ordered a detaoii mont of cavalry to dispossess them Doctor's Dills. Nearly all diseases oriftmat from inao lion of tho liver, and this is especially tho case with chills and fever, intermit tent foyers, and malarial diseases. Tc save doctors' bills and ward off disease take Simmons Liver Regulator, a loine that increases in popularity oaui year, and has become the most popula and best endorsed medicine m tiu market for tho oure or bowel diseases —Telegraph, Dubuquo, lowu. tu th B wk There Is no danger to human life more to bo dreaded than that whiol arises from vitiated blood. Dyspepsia rheumatism, hoiulucho, and general do bility, all result from it, and are ourci by tho use of Ayor's Siirsapanlla. Tnko it this month. Six bottles, ffi. dwlw , The Time to Untile. It is best to bftllw just bwforo going o bed, says a waiter to tho London Lancet, as any clanger of catching cold s thus avoided, and the complexion is mproved by keeping warm for several tours alter leaving the bath. A eouplo of pounds of bran put into a thin bag vnii then in the bath-tub js excellent or softening the skin. It should bo eft to" soak in a small quantity of vatcr several hours before being used. ,'hc internal aids to a clear complexion ixre most of them well known, and tho firesent season is Iho best for a borough cleansing and purifying of ho blood. The old-fashioned remedy ,t sulphur and molasses is considered among tho best. Charcoal powdered and taken with water is said to bo excellent, but it is most diillcult to ako. A strictly vegetable and fruit liet is followed by imuiy for ono or ,wo weeks. _ Gov. Burtlott, of California, during a recent ofllclal visit to Hed Bluff, was waited upon by a delegation of llfty ,'oung ladies, caeli of whom gave him a bouquet and a kiss. Tho local ehron- clor records that as the last one laid lown her .tlovat offering and tho kiss on the Governor's lips ho looked up, glorious expectancy pictured in every ineamont of his countenance, and said: "Come on; it shall never bo said that a "Mov mmilod before tho bewitching eyes and rosy, pouting lips of fair woman—no, not a thousand davightws of the Golden West!" Astonishing 1 Success. It is the duty of every person who jas used' Boaeheo's German Syrup to :et its wonderful qualities be known to their friends m curing Consumption, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and in fact all throat and lung diseases. Mo person can use it without immediate relief. Three doses will relieve any case, and wo consider it the duty of all druggists to recommend ID to the poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, and no ono case where it failed was reported. Such a medicine as the German Syrup cannot be too widely known. Ask your druggist about it. Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75 cents. Sold by all druggists and dealers, m the United States and Canada. ia3 dw oo w ly POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder novor varies, A marvel o( purity,* strength wholosonionosg. Moro eoo- than tho ordinary kinds, nnd cannot bo sold In competition with tlie multitude oi low tost, short weight, alnui J>l>°^ Th ' l t°U? T0 ,& dors. SOLD ONI.V IN DANS. ROYAL BAKING rOWDBH 00., 100 WaU St., N. Y. Sealed proposals will be received by tho 1'ark committee, at the office of theolty engi. neor, upto 10 o'olocifl. JO. Tuesday, May 84, 1887, for the grading HUU dlling of Seminary smuire, in accordanoe with specifications to bo seen at the engineer's office. The committee reserves tho right to reject any or all bids. JOHN S. KOPEK, 18td Chairman. Sealed proposals will bo received up to Saturday, May ?1, at 10 a. m., at the ollloe of the undersigned, lor publishing the proceedings, ordinances nnd advertisements of the city council ior the current year: bids to be for cno Insertion, by the Inch, brevier or bauv- euois type, for the council proceedings, and by the Inch, nonpareil type, for ordinances and advertisements, ono ormoro insertions. The committee reserve the rig lit to reject any or all bids. GKO. B. HEWITT, Chairman Council Printing committee. 18-3 City Engineer's Office, Alton, 111., May 18, 1887.—Sealed bids will be received at the office of the city engineer, up to Saturday noon May 21,1887, for the grading, guttering, and Macadamizing of tho following streets: Walnut street Irom Third to Fifth street. Fifth street from Itidge to Liberty. Seventh street from Henry to Liberty. Eluhth street from Langdon to Alby street, south side (one half), except between Langden and Henry street full width. Also guttering and Macadamizing: JfAlton street from Eighth to Twelfth street, Ninth street Irom Alby to Belle street. Main street Irom bridge to Mrs. Soule's house. Ninth street from Belle to Main st bridge. Also for tho furnishing, hauling and spreading of about one hundred squares of Macadam for Third street between Henry and nidge street. The Muoadam shall be broken so as tofgo through a 2H Inch, ring, and subject ol approval by the olty engineer. Tho earth shall be placed whore directed by the city engineer. Parties bidding will bid so much por eubloy&rd of earth measured In the uut, so much por rod of 16}i feet for gutter, so much per square for Macadam. Specifications can bo seen at tho ollico of tho city engineer. Tho commltten reserve the right to reject any or all bids, if not deemed for tho best Ilu> torests ol tho city. J. E. OOmNGEH, 18 3 Chairman Stvoet and Alley com, J. WILKES FORD & CO. Ol & Oa W. WciihliiKton St., ChlciiKo, III. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS And dealers lu Roofing Materials. Our facilities for doing work la Alton are such that wojoan do tho very best quality of Felt and Gravel lloollng, tho same as In uso on all tho lirst-cluss buildings in Chicago at a lower price than Tin or Iron, and warrant our roofs for live years. Wo also sell materials with fall instruction now to do the won; or furnish an experienced man. op26dly * WILSON WASHBOARDS. TUoso Wa«hboat(U arc made with ulicut. Wood rim. TlicStroug- OJt boards and best wasbera in tno world, for gain by all dealers. T«ka no oilier. . MAfJIJVAW M'F'G CO., Snirlumv, Michigan. Thli pnper la kept on Die at tbo olllce of DVERTISING GENTS JE8BU1LD1NB ffififjifi PHILMEIPHIA. SON'S MANUAL JOHN BAUER, (DKALKK IN AND MANUFAOTU11KH OF FURNITURE. SECOND STREET, Opp. City Hall, ALTON, lL,t, All kinds of lino imil common (nrnltur oonatuntly on hand. Also undertaker, oto, Wonderful Popularity of the Renowned Medicine. The Greatest Curative Success of tiia Ag&A- Voice from tha People. No msdlclno Introduced to ttie jrotoll« has ever met with the success accorded to Hop Bitters. It Btunda to-day the > best known curative article In tho world. Ita marvelous renowu is not duo to tho ailvcrttBlnjr. it has received. It is famous by reason oi Its Inherent virtues. . It does all that is claimed lor it. It IB ttio most powerful, speedy; and eflec- tlvo airent known ior tho building up of deblli- tnted systems. The following witnesses sro offered to prove this: What it Did fcr an Old Lady. Coshocton Station, N. 7., Dec. 88, 1884. RUNTS :— A number of people had been using your Blttera hero, nnd with marked effect, In fact, ono case, a lady of over seventy years, had been sick for years,' and for tho past ten Years 1 liavo known her she has not been able to bo nroutid half the time. About MX months airo she got BO fceblo she was JWpfew. r.Hcr old remedies, or nliTslcians, bolng of no avail. I scut to Deposit, forty-live miles, tacA feot a bottle of Hop Bitters. It had such a ; very beucllclal effect on her that one bottle improved her BO nho W.IIB nblo to dress 'herself nnd walk iibout tho house. When sho had taken tho second botllfl she was able to toko care of her own room and walk but to her neighbor's nml lias improved all the time ninee. My wife mid children also have derived WHIPPLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS, RKKKE8KNT1NQ THK FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Oo.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Philadelphia; Gorman American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.' Continental; Girard; | Glens Falls, !i Amercan Central; Firemen's Fond, Western Assurance Co; AND OTHKB8: A GASH CAPITA! IK THK AGGREGATE OF $20,000,000. WE AfcSO REPRESENT THE Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's tife and Accident Ins. Co.,Hartford. Office: Over Alton Hat. Bank, Cor. Third and State ate. For Sfila or jtent* A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs S. J.Dutro. WHIFFLE 48MHBST. For b«l» Tho late residences of J. J. and W. H. Mitchell, on Mill St., two omit best pieces oi residence property In Alton. The property known as "The Parlt, oostol above; u lots on Mill and Summit streets, an d a number ol otg In Miller & Mitchell's addition to Alton. Any or all oi above at agroat bfcuftta. W?!1_PFLE A SMILEY. for sole. The Marrlman property on State atroe In MUlor & Mloholl's add., to Alton, IK story house, 8 rooms and out-bulldlngs; all In perfect order. Oan be had at a bargain. WHIPPLE A SMILEY. For Sale. A T-room brisk dwelling and out buildings oa Thlid street, between Cherry and Vine. WHIfPLB&BM BY. for Kent. Late residence of M. J. Noonan oa State street, known, oa the A. Platt place. Good 9 room brick hougo, in first class repair. WHIPJFLE & SMILEY. iTor x u* anAv. The Woodroof property. A 2 story frame house of 8 rooms, ou Fifth and Alton streets, a 4 room frame house on Fifth street. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. For Sale. Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth and Twelfth streets. WUPl'LE & SMILEY. For Sale. Lime kiln, in good running order, -with quarry and 12 acres of land, moro or less, known as tho Shelly tract. WHIPPLE &8MILEY. • For Bent. A two story brick dwelling known as tho A. Platt homestead; lately put In good repair. . WHIPPLE & SMILEY. Desirable Residences Ior Sale. A two story brick dwelling on State street known as A, Platt homestead, lately put In good repair. A two story frame dwelling on Main street, nearly now. A two story brick dwelling on Seventh street, all for solo at a sacrifice, owner having decided to gc v»«* WHIPPLE & SMILBY For Hale. Sovon lota with good brick dwelling and outbuildings, in good repair, in Upper Alton. Residence of O. E. Collins, and known as the Men-Ill property. WHIPPLK & SM1LKY, Alton, or I>. w. Oollet. Upnsr Alton. Fluo Residence.for Sale, Tho lato u. DoUow homestead, now owned by M. U. Underwood, situated on line of homo railway, In Upper Alton; 11 rooms, bath room, furnace, nnd good out buildings, two acres of ground, will bo sold at a bargain. Possession given on completion of salq^ WHIPPLE & SMILEY. Fur Sale or Kent. Tho 2-story fraino dwelling with 0 rooms Including 7 lots; good barn and line fiults known as tho Nichols homestead, situated on 12th st,, In a deslraolo neighborhood. . WHIPPLE A SMILBY. WM.I. KLUNK UNDERTAKER, BBALKll IB Ready-Made Coffins, Metalio Cases, Caskets And Burial Robes For Ladios, Qontlomeu and Children. Office and Shop on State street OyerUatt s Uvury StSbio. Will attend to Job Worktuu! KuuauYnif.rnrnlUra. 1*6 Agt. U. 8. Ex. Co. in Enthusiastic Endorsement. Gorfiam, N. If., July 15. 1883. GEKTS:— Whoever you arc, I don't know, but 1 thank tho Lord and feel grateful to you to know that In this world of adulterated medicines there Is one compound that proves and does all it advertises to do, and more. Four years ago, I hod a slight shock of palsy, which unnerved me to such on extent -that the least excitement would make me shako like the ague. Last May 1 wag induoed',to try Hop Bitters. • 1 used ono bottle, but 4 old not aco any clmnga; another did so change my nerves that they are now as steadyjas they over wore. It used to take both haiids to write, but now my good right hand f writes this. Now, If you continue to manufacture as honest and good an article as -you do,(you vrlll accumulate an honest fortune,' and.' confer the greatest blessing on your fellow-men that was ever conferred on mankind. =, TIM BORGH. A Husband's Testimony, My wife was tronbled for year's with blotches, moth patches and pimples on Uor face, which nearly annoyed tho life out of her. She spent many dollars on the thousand .infallible ;,(1) cures, with nothing but injurious effects. •. A lady friend, of Syracuse, N. T.r who bid' had similar experience and had been cured with Hop Bitters, induced her to try It. One bottle has mode her face as smooth, fair and soft as a child's and given her such health that It seems almost a mirnclG. A MBMBBII OP CANADIAN PABMAMBNT. ft Rich Lady's Experience. I traveled all over Europe and other foreign countries at a cost of thousands of dollars,ln search of health and found it not. I returned discouraged and disheartened, und.was restored to real youthful health and spirits with less than two bottles of Hop Bitters. I hope others may profit by my experience andBtay at borne. A LADY, AUODSTA, ME. RAILWAY TIMR TAJ3LK. CHICAGO AND ALTOH. On and alter Sunday, May (1st, 1887. train. on the Ohloago and Alton railroad, will leavt the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, at follows: , For Chicago and the Eaati Chicago Mall' ...................... 9)00 a.m Chicago Accommodation* ...... . ,6;00p.m Ughtnlng Express*..... • ............. OilOp.m Peoria and Book Island Fast LInot,9:00 a. m for Jnoh«onvll»e, Keofcnk, Qolhoy, K«n« lias Olty, and all points west. Kansas City Mall* ...... ~.. . ..... 8:00 a. m, Kansas Olty Express*, . ............ 8:10 p. nt Denver Express) ................... 7. -10 p.m. Jacksonville Accommodation f.. . 7:10 p. m. Cor St. Louis t . Lightning Express* ..... . ........... 6:4B a.n> Chicago Accommodation* ....... . .9:80 a. in Alton Special t ............. ... ...... U;Kp. to Kansas Olty Mall*.,, ..... .... ....... .5:40 p. m Chicago Mallf.... .............. . ...6:20p^m fBAIUS LEAVE ST. LOUIS UNION DKPOl FOB ALTON. }7 Wa.m. (8 00p.m. •4 60 p. m. *7 88 p. m. (8 45 a. in, Sundays only). •Dally rBJtcept Sunctov. 8< D. BKBVE, Sup't. St. LoaisbiTision 0. Q. NORRlg, Ticket Auout. Sheriff's Sale. Jennie E. Dopry ) vs. > ISieontton No. 890. Franklin Dopry. ) Fee bill No. By virtue ol anioxoou tlon.ln this case Issued out of tho clerk's office of the Circuit Court ol Mad toon county .Illinois, directed to tho Bhor Iff of said county,! have levied upon all the right, title aud| Interest tot the defendant In and to the following property, situate lu tho county of Madison and State of Illinois and described as follows, to -wit: Two 11.21 rods off of tho north, slda of lot No. five (6), in block No. six (8), in E. Long's addition to the town of Upper Alton, and, also, two (3) rods ofl of the aoucb side of lot No. sli (OJ, in Bald block No. Biz (0) in said addition. Said two' (2) pieces ol land fronting four U I rods on Main street In said town and running baotc eastward!; the entire depth of said lots, and situated In the town ot upper Alton, lu the county o! Wail- son, la the State of Illinois, which I will expose at Public Sale, to tho highest bidder, for cash, on FB1DAY, THE TWENTIETH DAY Or MAT A. 1),, 1S87, between tho hours o( 0 o'clock in the forenoon uiid sundown; to- wit: at 10 o'clock; a. m., of said day, in front ot .the north front door of tho Olty Hall building, In the olty of Alton, in tho county and State aforesaid, to satisfy said execution together with colt*. E. A. KUBKJt, Sheriff of Madison county, 111. By O. r. OKOWB, Deputy, 17 dtd EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Uenrlotto M. Born, deceased. Tho undersigned, having been an pointed Executor of the last will and testament ol Hem-lotto M. Born. lato of the county of Madison and Stato of IlUaol8,deceaso,d, hereby glvet notice tliatjho will appear before tho bounty Court of Madison county, at tho court house, in Edwordavlllo, at the Juno term, on the (bird Monday in June nuzt, at which time. all persons having olulras against said- eitate are notified .and requested to attend tor the purpose _of having tUe game adjusted. All person* Indebted to said estate are requested tolmiun immediate payment to the undersigned. ^^ Dated tbb'Uth day of April, A&. 1887. Executor. IALL Now and Beautiful Doslgrno Just arrived and arriving for the Sitting Trade, WINDOW A .Specialty, from Small to Largest NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle at,

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