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S'U, AJJQgf BT W. T. MOBTOK, Car. Third and Pliua StrMU, Alton, FRIDAY EVU.; MAY 20. Considering Revenue Matters, Both Houses of the Legislature span the greater part of yesterday in considering their respective revenue codes In the Senate no material amendments were made, more than that body refused to incorporate the county iwsesso: feature In its code. This clause is re g«rded by an overwhelming vote of tin ilOHso as tto ouly part of ,the new rove nue bill worth enacting, to it is fair to preiume that if both bodies remain o their present opinion, they will not bo able to come together in the passage of a revenue law. THE SUPERVISORS. Proceedings of the County llonrd. 88. STATK oc ILLINOIS, Madison County. KDWABUSVILLK, May 9, '87. The members of the Board of Super* visors-elect for and in the county of Madison in the btate of Illinois, met pursuant to call of (Jountr Clerk. Meeting called to order by County Clerk, call read and, on motion, Mr. John Weaver was elected as -temporary chairman. On motion a committee of three was appointed by the chair on Credentials, constating of Messrs. Jones Tonta, Frank McCambndge and John Keller. Committee on« Credentials make re< port as follows, to wit: We, your committee on Credentials find the following named gentlemen with credentials and entitled to seats as members of this Board: W. \j. Estabrook, Ft. Russell. John Keller, Edwardsvllle. U6O. W. Kinder. Edwardsville, OonradKath, Olioutoau. N 8 Gay. Moro. Yf 0 Ifaaley, ColIInsville. Win K Wood. Jarvla. TJ Judy. Pin Oak. Jonea lout'/., saline. AJ Tranernlcht, New Douglas. J 8 Ouln, Vostorburg. John Weaver, liumel. IIII Leuker, Ompbgbent. JXJUIH Latzen, Helvetia. A II Hasting, Wood Klver. O K Sopmolor, Colllnavlllo. Herman Btracklejahn, Naincokl. A F Botz, Alton. J F MoQlnnls, Alton. W 11 Fairon, tit. Jacobs. IE J Penning,iGoofroy. Prldolln Oswald, Alhunibro. James Bannon, Alton. F McOnmbrldgo, Venice. Wm Mcltittrlok, Olive. W OKoown.Loof. J K Butler, Alton. lAHils Kolb. Mnrlno. Hespectfully submitted, JONES TONTZ. F. McOAMBBlbQK, JOHN KBLLKH, Committee. On motion, the report of the c6mmit- (ce was adopted and committee discharged; < When.npon motion the Board went into the election of permanent cbair- mau."•',The following gentlemen were put in nomination: Messrs. John Keller and Jones Tonlz, Mr. Keller withdrawing, Mr. N; 8. Gay was nominated and on ballots being taken Mr. Tontz received twenty votes, being a majority ana on motion the election of Mr. Tontz was made, unanimous by a rising vote. Whereupon Mr. Jones TonU was declared duly elected chairman of the Board for the ensuing year. On motion '.ho chair appointed a committee of live on Rules, consisting of Louis Lit/or, A. F. BetK, Wm. MoKit- rlck, John Keller and Frank McCain*, bridge. Said Committee on Kules and Regulations report as follows: Your Committee, to whom was res ferrod the matter of recommending to your body, a set of rules and regulations for the use ofjthls Boardjtor the (ensuing year would most respectfully report as follows: • 1st-On committees we would recommend the different committees stand the same as last year, except the committee on Equalization, which wo would recommend to bo reduced from nine to live members. 3d—On order of business would recommend the same as used last year bo adopted, excqpt that Rule 3 be amended to read as follows, to-wit: Reports of Committees, and k that the auruo report in rotation tva they stand on the calendar. • LOUIS LATTER, WM. MofUTTRIOK, JOHN KELLER, F. MoCAMBRIDGE, A. F.BET5J, Committee. Whiah report, on motion of Mr, Gay, amended, by adding to Uulo 10 the fol lowing words: "And no member moving the appointment of a special committee, Shall be a member of that committee." On motion the report of the committee was adopted as amended. On motion tun Board adjourned until 2 !•. M. 2:00 p.m. The Board mot pursuant to adjournment, all members present. The chairman reports the following as Standing committees for the ensuing year fo'-ivrjl^, Judiciary—Weaver, MolUttriek, MoUlnuls, Guy and Falren. Finance—Lut/.er, Gulp, Dots, Kstabrook, ana TonU. Town Accounts—Oswald, Ilnunon, Straok- lolaun, Wood aud Bepmelor, KquallniUlon—Gulp, Penning, Truuornloht, lliulloy and Toiitt, Paupers—Hustings, I'uU, Koowu, Kolb and Kinder. Transportation and Physicians — McKlt. trlok, linker, llatb, McOnmbrldgo anil Judy. Public Hulldlugs-Kullur, Oswald, Iliumon, Keowu and Falren. Olty notations-Koll), Koown, Btraoklojuhn, I'ennlnK and Wood. 1'oor Furm—Uay, Kinder, Judy, Trailer- ulclit and Hopmolor. Fees aud Salaries—MoClnnls, Kstuurook, Gulp. Weaver and I.uUor, Uelluquont Ttixoi—MoOainbrldgo, HuUor, Keller, llaatlUKB and Lukor. 1'rlaUtttf—UutUir, Uay and Wood. Itoads and Ilrldgos—lladloy,' Until, Judy, Oswald and MoKlttrlek. The following petitions for dram shop licenses wore proaented and re- furred to couimlttQO'ou City Uolutious: Uliiui, U. KlHKO, lliuuul, . ' Krnoat I'etenon, Nainookl. K luadora E, Ilooakoy, Olioutimu. Krnit Wolf, llaiuel. John BoUmldt, NimiooUl. . , J. f. Hahnurt, hullno. Henry Qulun, Nuuioukl. Fred 0. itnclm, Carpenter. Joseph Uoohr, Wood Hlver. Win. Mollonbrook, Nnmookl. 1!diner Ilelnemann, Nntneokl. Smith ft ilenry, Alton Junction. Henry Relnnman, Chonteau. Henry Oldenberg, Nnineokt. . JU>ul« rflstcr, Foatcrburg. The claim of Bird & tioxoy, for 876, was referred to tlio Judiciary committee. N.8. Gay offers the following report: The Special committee appointed to inquire into the wrong complained of in the treatment of the inmates of the poor house, after making the careful examination that the importance of the matter required, submit the following report: That the treatment and fare of the Inmates has been about the same for tbo last seven or eight years, which is as far back as our inquiry extended,and while there is no pretense that the feeding at any time has been oxtrava- gant,or bettor than it should have been, your committee are decidedly ot the opinion that at no time has It been such as to justify the charge that it amounted to starvation rations. , At present wo believe that the general care of the inmates is as it should be, the beds, clothing, cleanliness, kind treatment, &c.,aleo the dinner,we think, is sufficient, the supper and breakfast, we believe, ought to be a little bettor than ills; we are not certain that it is insufficient but believe that a little better meal in the way of meats, &c., would be proper. We wish it to bo distinctly understood that the present superintendent is treating the inmates fully as well as any of his predecessors and re» port that we are not positive that the breakfast and supper aro not sufficient, but we believe there should bu a little Improvement in this direction. All of which is respectfully submitted, JN. S. GAY, T. •!. IRISH, JOHN WEAVER, Committee. On motion the report of tlio commit-, tec was adopted. The following motion was offered by N. S. Gay: I move that the County Clerk bo directed to issno an ordor in favor ol the widow, Mrs. John Berry, for twelve dollars ($12) to defray thn expenses of burying her husband, who was recently killed on the railioad near Bethalto, in Woodnver township. COMPOUND EXTRACT„ 'Pf The Importance of purifying the blood cannot bo overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every ono need} a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's PAPIllim* 8jir8a P ar11111 - Itstrengtlicns rGlsUllaT alu i builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used glvo to Hood's Sarsapjirllla pccul- "Ty. Ife^lf lar curative powers. No ' W I loci I other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Snrsnpariila do not be induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Mcillclno, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by-C, I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar Trustee's Sale. Whereas, fldword Ilollistcr and Martha II. ilolllstor, by their certain deed of trust, boar- UK date, tho Slid day of May, A. D., 1878, and recorded In tho Recorder's olllco In Kdwards- vlllo, county of Mudl.jon, State of Illinois, in look 141, pages 22, W and 'il, convoyed to Henry O. Billings, Trustee, and tho Sheriff of iladison county, ns his successor, in truat, the following described real estate, in tho county ofMudtHon andStato of Illinois: The south hall IX I of thu northeast quarter VI of section four [•!], containing eighty [Sflj acres, and a portion of tho north null [)£ | ot tho northeast quarter f >( ] of section four U], contatng twenty lioi acres, more or leas, all of said tracts of land being situated In township live IB I, north ot rangoiten |10), west. iald party, hereby intending to convey all and owned by them in said section four [I], which said deed of trust was made to secure one certain principal note, for the sum of hree thousand (13,000) dollars and due in wo years after the ditto thereof and to boar molest lifter maturity, ul thu rate of eight per cent per annum ; also four [11 Interest lotus for the sum of ono hundred and twenty $120] dollars each, and duo In six, twelve. eighteen and twenty-four months after tho date thereof, and bearing interest after uiu- urlty, at the rate of eight per cent per an- mm. All of said notes being dated May 3, A. l>., 1B78, and allot mvtd notes being executed, by said Edward iiolllster and layublo to tho order iof K, 8. Billings. And choreas It was provided, in said need of Trust, that If default should bo made In tho myment of said notes, or either of them, or he Interest accruing thereon, according to he terms thereof i then In that event tho said luutea Is empowered and authorized at once o advertise and sell said real estate. And whereas default has been made in thopay- uiint of said principal note of three thousand $3,000] dollars and tho interest thereon, and luiro will bo duo, on tho day of sale, the sum >f throu thousand seven hundred and live and orty-four ono hundreds |$),70B.44| dollars, as principal and Interest. Aud choreas it was irovldod In said Deed of Trust that If the said lenry U, Hillings or trustee, therein mention- d should fall, refuse or bo unable to execute his trust, then In that CIIHO tho Sheriff Is made ud appointed bis successor in trust, with 11 tho rights, powers, dMllos and trusts of said lenry 0, Hillings us therein set forth, and whereas the said Hem? U. Hillings is nimble o execute this trust on account of his absence ram the State ol Illinois. Therefore, I, tho undersigned, Sheriff of iladison county at tho request of tlio legal lolderol said note. K. H, lllllfuus, public lovleo lu hereby «lvon that in pursuance at tho provision of said IJoed of Trust, md by v rtuo of tho poweis therein conferred, the undorslirnod will, on the . „ 1u , A. D. 1H87. Ht tho hour of ton (10) o'clock a. HI. of wild day, at tho north front door of tho City Hull, In the city of Alton, county ot Madison and State of Illinois, offer forlsalo uid sell at nubile vonduo to the hlghect Bidder for cash, tho above described real estate, to pay and autlaty until note and deed ol trust, together with thu costs and oxpon- nen,ol executing this trust, and oompunim- tlon to tho trustee for lilK service*. Said salo to bo uudo without redemption. • Kinlly U. Uifavour claims some Interest In mid land, but any Interest she may claim h»» uoqulrod Hubsmiuont to mild deed of ... KI>\VAUI>A.«URKB, ., .!' Mll<lll "' n county, state of Illinois. J. K. MUUINNIS, Attorney. nnltd On motion amended to road seven dollars, and on motion adopted as amended, and clerk ordered to Issue order for seron dollars ($7). Mr, Gay offered A motion which was amended to refer same to Committees on Judiciary. A motion that tho Hugh. K. Uaylo matters, no in hands of old Judiciary Committee, be referred to new Committee, was adopted. The former Printing Committee makes the following report: The ox-Committee on Printing would respectfully report to this Board, that they have, in conformity with the resolution of Mr. Weaver, and adopted at the last meeting of the late County Boitrd, hud printed fifty pamphlets, twenty-live containing one hundred, and twenty- five fifty pauper order blanks, which are now m the custody of tho County Clerk, and where they can bo had by tho several Supervisors, that have use for them ; however, it is desirable that they be so distributed that those containing ono hundred go to those townships having the most demand for them. JONES TONTZ, J. II. HUEN1IOLL, Committee. (Continued.; TIIUTH loses half ot, ita virtue when it is told with an effort. • THE painter who fell from & ladder went down with colors flying. """"" Shorter Hours Form. the best and aafeat Waah. Ing Compound known, Peed As Dlrantad It produces better resnlta with a greater saving of Time and Labor In Wnahlng and Honae- cleaning, than anything jret invented, Wash yonrDlahes, Glas«ware, Windows, Onrtains, Jewelry, Silver, In fact evsrything, with it. Try It In the Bath, and note Its Superiority over Soap I]<!w*rc of Imitations. Tho Uenulne alwayi dears the above Symbol anil name *uf JAMES PYLE. Now York. Ears and Scalp Covered with EC x.cmatoiis Scabs and Sores Cured by Cuticura. M l little son, aged eight years, has boon at Dieted with Eczema ot tho scalp, and at times a great portion of the body, ever since he was two years old. U began fa his ears and extended to his scalp .which became cov orod ,with scabs and sores, and from which, a sticky fluid poured out. causing intense Itching and distress, and leaving his hair mnttod and lifeless. Underneath those scabs tho skin was raw, like a piece of beefsteak. Gradually tho hair came out and was do stroved, until but a small patch was left at tho back ol tho head. My friends in Peabody know how my little boy has suffered. A night he would scratch his head until his pillow was covered with blood. I used to Mo his hands behind him, and In many ways tried to prevent his scratching; but it was no use, he would scratch. I took him to the hospital and to the best physicians in Tea- body without success. About this time, soaie friends, who had been cured by tlio Cuticura Remedies, prevailed upon mo to try them. 1 began to use them on tho 15th o! January last. In seven months every particle of tho disease was removed. Not a spot or scab remains on his scalp to tall the story of his suffering. His hair has returned, and is thick and strong, and his scalp us sweet and clean as any child's In the world. I cannot say enough to express my gratitude for this wonderful cure by the Outlouru Home- dies, and wish all similarly mulcted to know that my statement is true and without oxag goratlon. CHARLES MoKAT, Oct. 0,1885. Poubody, Mass. I have seen Mr. McKay's boy when badly alfcctod with tho Eczema. 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 know that tho statements ho has made you ae reuards tho curing of his boy by your Untlcura Remedies are true In every particular. WILLIAM J MCCARTHY, 33 Foster street, 1'oabody, Mass. I I do not Icnow of any Instance In which tho Dutlcura Remedies have failed to produce satisfactory results. 1 believe I have sold more them than of any other skin remedies I have over handled during tho 3;l yours of my experience as a druggist, A. I>. TUYON, Uatavia, N, Y. Sold everywhere. Price: Ontiouru, 00 cts.; " -' 25 cents; Cutloura Resolvent, ly Potter Drug and Chemical Outlcura Soap. 25 cents; Cutloura Resolvent, f 1. 1'repared b; ' ~ Co., Boston. Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases." W, Blackheads. Skin Ulonil id Baby Humors, use Uutleuni TDT \/T PLUS, Blackheads. Skin Ulonilshos JT JLiWL and Soap. A Word about Catarrh, "Ills the raucous membrane, that woudor- (ul seml-lluld envelope surrounding the delicate tissues of tho air and food passagos,that Oatarrli inalios Its stronghold. Once established, It eats Into tho very vitals, and renders llfo but a long-drawn breath of mhory and disease, dulling the scnso ol hearing, trammelling the power of speech, destroying the faculty ol smell, tainting the breath/and killing the rellnod pleasures of taste. Insidiously, by creeping on from a simple cold 111 the head, it assaults the membranous lining and envelops tho Hones, eating through the delicate conts and causing Inflammation, sloughing and death. Nothing short of eradication will secure health to tlio.putlont, aud all ullevlatlves aro simply procrastinated sulfeHiiKs, loading to a fatal termination. 6ftiiford r s Kadloal Oure.by Inhalation nnd by Internal administration, lias never failed; even when tho disease has inado frightful. Inroads on dollcnto constitutions, hearing, smell and taste have boon recovered, and the disease thoiouRhly driven out. SANi'oiiD'siUAWOAi, Ouius consists of one bottle of tho Kiidloal Cure, one boxUatarrhal Solvent, and one Improved Inhaler, neatly wrapped In ono package, with full directions; pi-loo $1. yOTTBlt DllUQ & OllBMlUAL UP., 1IOSTOH. HOW IT ACHES. Worn out with puln, but still compelled by stern necessity to stand up to tho work before UK and bour the pain. Itellnf In ono mlnuto In u Ou- llouru Anti-rain Plaster for aching KASKINE (THE e(E\V QUININE.) No bad effect No headache No nausea, wo ringing ears, C uro " quickly iPleasant,r r< A POWERPUIj TONIC, that tho most dollcato stoinaoh will boar. A 8PJSOIFIO FOR MALARIA RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, and all Herm Diseases FOKOOI..DS KASKINE HAS UBENFOUND TO HE ALMOST A SPECIFIC. Superior to Uulnlno. Jlellovuo Hospital, N. Y.: "Universally sue cessful." Mr. P. A. Miller, BM East 157th street, N. Y. was cured bvlKasklno of luctromo malaria prostration after seven years suffering. He had run down from 175 pounds to 07, pogan on Kasklno In Juno, 188(1, wont to work In onr month, roffalncdlhlB full weight in (1 months Quinine did him no good whatever. Mr. Charles Baxter, architect, 13,1 E. 120th st N. Y., was cured by Kasklno ol dumb ague In 3 months after quinine treatment for 10 years Mrs. J. Lawson, Mlllorgon St., Urookly was cured of malaria and nervous dyspepsia o many ycurss:andtnK by Kastdno, tho qulnin treatment having wholly failed, Kev. Jas. L. Hull,Chaplain Albany Ponlton tlary.wrltos that Kasklno has cured his wife after twenty years suffering from mulariti and nervous dyspepsia. Write him lor par tlrularg. Letters from tho above persons, giving ful dctallR, will bo sent on application. Kasklno can bo taken without any spoeia medical advice. $1.00 pnr bottle. Spld by or sent by mall on receipt of price KASKINE OO..M Warren St., New York myfldwltn EAGLE PACKET COBIFAHY. SPRING ARRANGEMENT The Steamer dnig«lBtb,«So,; live lor $1; or,-.poutiiue Iroo, of Potter l>ru» and Chemical Oo., ISoston. 2OO BAOH HIGQINS' FUREKA FINE SAIL For Dairy and Table UHO, lnJ14 II). llaen Bucks and 50 Ib. HixckB, for ttalo by J. A. BYBIE, H. LETTHK, Master. 1 E. (ED. BLOOK.OlerKs On and after Monday, Fob. 11, the Sprea Eagle will tun as follows, vizi UKAVING ALTON FOR ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on retur trip at 3 p. m., dally. And leaving Alton fo Portage, Jersey Landing. Grafton, and wn points every evening at 5:30 o'clock. «f5_The Whlntle will be sounded, flltue minutes before starting for St. Louis. To ST. Louts, HOUND TBIP TWBHTT UIDE9 . - - 60 W. HILL. Agent. Fast Freight & Passenger Liu' THE ST. LOUIS AND CENTKAL ILLINOIS U. R. GO'S PAI.AOE SXKAMKH J. F. ELLISON, Commander. EP.ANSHDTZ, Jriinrira TIIUK DOPOB, I Olorks On andafter TUurB(lay,Fob. 17th, wUlleav Alton dally Commencing Monday, April 4th, steamo Hudson will leave St. Louis for Alton, Port ago, Jersey, Grafton and all pulnts an St. L & G. 1. U. li., dally, except Sunday, at 8:30 a m., arriving at Alton at 11 a. m. Returning will leave Alton for St. Louis at5:JO p. m arriving at St, Louis at 7:30 In ample time fo parties to attend theatres, etc. Parties pur chasing round trip tickets will be furnished state rooms without extra cost. Hound trip tickets of steamer Spread Eagle or Hudsoi wllljbe honored by either boat for roturj passage. connecting with fast express on St. Louis and Control Illinois liullroad lor Jorsoyvillo, \Va- verlyi Springfield aud all points north and coat. ' FAttE. To ST. LODIS, single trip, . . . 50c " " round trip 76» '• " twenty rlae ticket,. , J5.00 HENRY 0. TATUM, Oen. Agt. Alton. II. A. FISHER, Oen'l Manager. felldtf Trustee's Sale. Whereas, Marcus II. Topping, of the city o: Alton, county of Madison, and State of Illinois, by his certain trust deed, duly executed acknowledged and delivered, bearing date the Mth day of Juno, A. D. 1870. and recorded In the Register's olllee of the «ald city of Alton, In book 7, at p«ges 4,5, and 0, did convey uuto Albert \vude, as trustee, all the following described premises, situated In the city ol Alton, In the county of Madison and State of Illinois, to-wlt: The south half of lot number eight (8) in block number twelve '(12) In the city ol Alton, aforesaid, upon which is erected a two and a half story brick dwelling with stone basement, to secure the payment of one principal promissory note foi the sum of throe thousand dollars'cxocutcd by said Marcus H. Topping and dated the &ftb day ot June, A. D., 1876, and payable two years after date to the ordor of Sweotser and I'riobt with Interest from maturity at the rate of ton per cent per annum, the interest, if not paid soml-annually, to become as principal and be ar the same rate of interest; and lour Interest notes described In said deed of trust of oven date therewith and payable in six, twelve and eighteen months and two years after date respectively which Interest notes have been fully paid. And, where- is, said Marcus II. Topping, by his certain trust deed duly executed, acknowledged and Inllvored bearing date, the 10th of March, A. 1)., 187H, and recorded In the Itooordor's ofllce of Madison county, Illinois, lu book 144, of deed records on pages 147, 148 and 149 did convey unto the said Albert WaUo, as trus- eo, all the following described promises ituatedln the city of Alton aforesaid, towlt: The undivided ono-lmlf of forty-two and one-half loot fronting on Third street, olf of the west side of lot number six (A) in jlk number twelve (12) to further secure the >ayment of said principal promissory note or the sum ef three thousand dollars. And, wboroud, default has benn made In the payment of the said principal promissory iota and there IB now duo and unpaid thereon the sum of two thousand, nine hundred md forty dollars of principal and the gum of 904.18 Interest, malting u total of $3,841.1,1 now luo and unpaid on said note, uoaldes tho merest which may accrue on said principal rom now to tho day of sale hereinafter mou- lonod, at tho rate of eight per cent, per annum; and there Is now duo the legal holder >f said note tlio further sum of one hundred .nd tlfty-Hlx dollars and eighty-live cents for axes paid oil said promises and interest on ho tuxes HO paid; making In all tho sum of 1,000.US now duo tho legal holder of said note indor said note and deeds of trust, and the egal holder of said note Henry 0. Priest, sur- vlvinnpartof said firm of Swoetser & Priest ins made application to the undersigned, the rustue in said trust deeds named, unu ro- moated him as such truntoo to sell and dls- mse of said promises under tho power In said rust deeds aud for the purposes therein tated, and It appears from the records of iladison county, Illinois, that said Marcus II. Topping has convoyed said premises to Mary Fannie Topping: Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given, that In pursuance of said trust deeds, and by virtue of the power and authority to mo granted lu and by tho samo.and by virtue ol tho statute of tho State, I, the, undersigned, will, on THURSDAY. Till'] NINTH IJAY OF JUNE, A. !>., 1887, ill ton o'clock a. m. at tho north rout door of the City Hall burning, In the city ol Alton, aforesaid, sell and dispose of the mimlsos above and In said truut deeds respectively described, and all tho right, title, lonellt and o(julty of redumption of the Bald HaretisH. Topping, his heirs or assigns there- n, at public auction, for the highest and best irloe tho sumo will bring In cash. Dated May Uth, I8H7. ALIIKIIT WADE, Trustee. WIKK& IMVIH, AttornoyH for Truutoo. (ltd Silk Clocked Ball). Liulies' Hose, fJc apAir; other Hose up to $1.60. Calicos nml Lawns, 8c to 15o a yaid. ; Suteens, Domestic find imported, 4c nynrd to 85c. All grades In White Dress Goods from 5c n yard up. All kinds of Fancy Goods rind Dry Goods very cheap. Ij Men's Working Shirts, lOc to 81. Men's Whito Shirts, 40c to 81. Undershirts for all, at 12 1-2 to Si.26. ,'',;'.; ' .' J f Socks from 2c to 75c a pair. Men's Suits, $3.00, §4, S5, SG, §7, 88, $9, $10; to $20, just IB llttlft over half price. T3oys' Suits, $1.50, §2, $3, $4, 85, $6, 87. $8 to $18, they are wovtU much more. '.. ;• ; ' • ' , > ' Odd Garments for Men and Uoys at nearly half price. Boys' Pants, 40c to $3.50. Millinery too numerous to mention, but just as cheap as you want them and tho largest, by far, stock ever in Alton. Gents' Hats, all styles, way down in price; chea p enough for all. Ladies' Slippers, lOc 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 ia no more than lOc on the dollar, which will be well demonstrated at the Globe. Our Groceries we aro selling out at cost; fixtures for sale. Cajl in and see us, we will surely entertain you and sell you, If you want to buy, at the lowest prices. Straight words these aro, 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 Throe Bun,crs,l WHh Tin and Russia Ovens.' A PERFECT Air Pressure, without tho elevated tank. Pressure Is obtained with a weight, not with a pump. Absolutely tho safest; simple with no Intricate parts, , LIGHTS with carburetted air, inntead of oil In a urlp cup. Gasoline and Air Tanks are all of 3}{ Inch seamless brass tubing, small connecting pipes of heavy annealed br&B»*wlth union couplings. One end of tank is of glbss, showing quantity of oil in same., Cannot be filled while burning. The regular line of JEWEL STOVES AND RANGES are Improved mechanically and artls-- tlcally. Large double oven for throe humor Ranges; Stand pipes Increased in size to one Inch, with large supply valve and trap at base. AU ovens are made double or flue lined. ••:;<.. , • ap6d»m PITTS & BAMILL - - - - Sole Agents. " ^""•"••M •• • I li»™vi .+.—. lliaB^HM^— I mm Hn-MKMMWw^MHaiMMMMIIHIBMIBIMIMHMK&fMMIIBMMMlMMHHBHMMM NON-ALCOHOLIC FOR DYSPEPSIA, URINARY DIFFICULTIES AND ALL NERVOUS DERANQEMENT8. An Immediate relief far prostration caused by ALCOHOLIC EXCESSES. A Stimulant which, whoa taken with Soda, Vlohy, ApolUnarla, Seltzer, or any Sparkling •Water, will supply the Craving- for Strong- Drink, without its disastrous ro«ult«, leaving thoeystem refreshed nnd Invigorated, rrepojred aa a HEAVY 8YBA7F, moat agreeable to take- ONX.V BIT BOWKB.- I HEALTH 8 '-^'HAPPINESS Being non-alcoholic, It commends itself especially to Physicians, Lawyers, Teachers, Clergy- ' men. Merchants, and others following sedentary. occupations or pursuits, requiring nerve energy. • WWVtttan\ybyti, e f , CHICAGO-In. I LOOKOUT EM! TUB CELEBRATED QUICK MEAL Gasoline Stove J KOil SALE AT . HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers in STOVES AND HARD WAKE SSli u f^ or ilf5ff"S!^ U00 "" 8 ™* Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND. CUB. 8HOONI) AND AfcliY HTH. PgrglOIAWS AKP Bl).KOBO»a G. A. HERRMANN, M.D., Physician and Surgeon, T11IUD STHHKT, OVER PFJSIFFEH'S SHOK STOKE, . 0(1100 hOUrB « 3 0to70 e. wyjdflwk DR, B. Physician and Burgeon, omop ^>ND BKmBNOB, OOB.FOUBTH W. A. HABBJB&L, M.D., Physician and Surgeon, OmOB-BEOOKD ST., AM'ON, OL. Ollloa h ours—9 a. m. i 12 to 1, and 8 p.m. DR. O. B. UUJULAND, Dentist* 18TIUKDSTa»KT, ALTON, IU-. OiUoe lionn-a a. m. to 19 m.| 1 to<p. m ; febdwly FARMS;; mout, Vlrtflula. on Jttmo» lilvor, Va, In Olare- •nont Uolouy. Illuitrated olrou- or free, J, V. jrtANOiU, Olu*:

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