Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 21, 1887 · Page 4
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Ears and Scalp Covered with EC- zcmatouH Scabs and Sores Cured by Ctitlctora. , ed eiitht yqarj. Tins boon at} of tho Honlp, and fit M il little son, n flloted with ered iwlth Bpabs nnd sores, and from which n sticky fluid poured out. causing Intense Itching and distress, and leaving hlg hair matted and lifeless. Underneath those scabs S^S 11 ?!?! 1 !?!*!* ™™? out Sud "wrS^dl small patch wna loft i My friends In 1'oabod nitriif >..,—•-..T.r r"i", b P* 'Jin* .-suffered. A night ho Would scratch his head until his pll low wag covered with blood. 1 uood to tl P' 8 ponds behind him, and In many way IS. .. t0 i.P rovo , n » "I" scratching: but It wa 5° «se, he would scratch. I took him to th Hospital and to tlio best phvricluns In Tea "Oly *«aout success. About thin tlino *°™e irlendB, who bad boon cured by tlio SHSJOf J Remedies, prevailed upon mo to try ,1 l.fcetfan to nso them on the 18th o it., In si «i« .it'--^—, In seven months every parti oieol the dlsooso' was removed. Not n spot or scab remains on his soalp to toll tho story of his suffering. Ills hair tuts returned, and IB thick and strong, nnd his scalp an nwoot and clean us any child's In the world. 1 can- pot Bay enough to express my gratitude for ,. * wonderful cure by tho Cutfcurii Koine- dies, and wish all similarly afflicted to know that my statement Is true nnd without exaggeration. OHARLKS MCKAY. Oct. 6,1885. 1'onbody, Mass. I have seen Mr. McKay's boy when badly affected with tho Eczema. Ho was a pitiful Bight 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. 1 know that tho statements ho has made you as regards the curing of his boy by your Ontlcura Remedies are true In every particular. WILLIAM J MoOAHTlIY, 33 Foster street, 1'oabody, Mass. 11 do not know of any Instance In which the Dutloura llemodles havo failed to produoo satisfactory results. I believe 1 have sold more them than of any other skin remedies I have ever handled during tho 83 years of iny experience as a druggist. . A. D.TKYON.Batavla.N, Y. > Sold every whore; Price: Outlonra, 60 cts.; CutlourA Soap.28cents; Outlcura Kesolvont, II. Prepared by Potter Drug and Chemical Oo,. Boston. Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases." T>Tjy/TPLK8,Jllaokheads. Skin Blemishes aqap, AUON (Entered ft* Becona-cmm Mutter nt the P O. nt Alton, 111.) "SATURDAY : - 0. A. n. REI/NIOX. A I'artlnl Mat of Subscriptions. .Which speaks For the Liberality of Our Citizens. and Baby ilumors, use Outlcura Citizens' Kxooullvo committee mot ycnterdny evening nnd decided to mnkc on Iniinedlnto canvass for payment of subscriptions to the entertainment fund for the 0. A. R. licnnlon, July 4 and C Wo nsk for ourselves a cordial reception nnd prompt payment, for wo give our time and wish to be detained ns little us possible. \\ r o wish the money In tho bnnk and to be able thus to mako nil contracts umlcrstnndlngly nnd economically. An c/I'ort on tlio part of everyone will give a good name to our city nnd wo will lonor tlio cause. H. M. CAim, O. K. HKWITT, H. 31. ScmvEi'i'is, J. H. KAIIILB, II. J{. PlIlNNKY, A. NKKItiMANN, C. A. HKIIII. Committee. 2.1 00 V A Word about Catarrh, "Itlg the jnnobns membrane, that wonderful eoml-fluia envelope surrounding tho delicate tissues of tho air and food passagos.that Catarrh mokoa its stronghold. Once cetab- lished.lt eats Into tho very vitals, and renders Ufo But a long-drawn breath of misery and disease, dulling the sense of hearing, trammelling tho, power O t speech, destroying the > faculty of Bmell,:tttlntlntr the breath, and Wiling the reflnod pleasures of taste. ln- f'dtouBly, by creeping on from a simple cold in the hoad, It assaults tho membranous lining and envelops the bones, eating through the delicate coats and causing Inflammation sloughing and death. Nothing short of crad- leatlon will secure health to tho)patlont, and all aUovlattves^ are simply procrastinated sufferings, _ pleading to a fatal termination. Sanford'a lladloal Ouro.by Inhalation and by Internal administration, has never failed- nvon when the disease has made frightful Inroads on dellbato constitutions, henrinc smell and taste have boon recovered, nnd the disease thoroughly driven out. ' The following list of subscriptions at once speaks for the liberality of our citizens, which is but partially filled out CABPKHTKIU AND CONTHAOTOM. Chas. P. DcjfOnliardt.... $ KU1INITOKK. i'nnoj, 100 1 00 V A.S. A. J. Totai.'.'.':;:;:::..r." »BO HOOTS AMD S110K8. C.ll. KhonrlB....'. 5 no MorrUsey Bros 5 m \ / Haagon Bros B nn ^ H.lfumphres.......... 5 ™ JolmB. Ehret S J.lllley £ i lilez&Woir yi A. Morlck.... ....'; M Alaliouey &Co .' .' " o uo J. Q. floiimocller ..".!.. l oo ::''.:'• • : - '• Total,.;:'.;::;...... 1975 •i PAWTina. Ohas. linker.. U. P. Baker AtlmtBl l.tnHnt.1 ................ MILM. K. O. SUnnrcl Mllllnpt Co »10 (X) J. W. Wise......... 2 BO W. B. 1'letce BM ,1 T. King I 00 Jj. F«hri(?.Jr Ml J. W.Sohinlilt no ilnrtin Schiuib.... BO Tolul c'oMMirritns. Ueo. K.IIopklni ,.» & uo John llnndlo.. 500 John N. Imimmoml t, oo A. L. O»nl«l8.. , 200 John LetlB a no ;llnt Ailsnis , , i 00 Pom Kfnlcy. , i oo \ValtcrWaplo« a 00 C. A. Smith 200 Ir. WoBtoM a (X) UoorRC A. Ituylc 200 A. P. Caldwcll 6 00 ilrk Tsylor i oo i.,T. 0 "!'' n st •••• i w VlllUm Jolmeon 1 00 . AV. Onrv.... l oo ! corge Duvle ] oo corgeA. Tylorvi.. a 00 corgo Stratton too (.Jeorge L. MoUonough 1 oo GcorgoE. Hopkins i oo K. J, Whitney 200 George W. Dudley i oo Uobcrt M. Forbes 200 (?. II, Cnrnnhan 2 <ifl J. L. Klwoll B oo Mr. Olapp 200 F, L. Taylor 2 00 Total 00 00 STONE CONTHAOTOns. Honry Wnteon $10 00 Bnnnon A Kiliuringlon ft 00 August Wuizlor ] 00 A.N. Oollnlllce 600 Alkineon APatrlok .. B 00 P. O. GosBrnu.... • 1 00 L, Swimstlcker no Thomns Blgiflns 500 AnUroOtt.. ] i [Jo John HoOman •..'.' 50 Total,. 24 00 Story ofTwoBlrdg. An English lady, residing fn the country, lias n pet blackbird. Last Bummer tlio bird's cage was placed in the open.window and a wild blackbird Hew down to it, looking through for a minute or two at tho prisohor, and then living away. A minute afterward the visitor returned, bearing a worm in its beak. This act of friendship was're- pealed again and again, until the caged bird and his mistress had to leave. Tho two birds had been separated for eight months, but recently llio lady returned to tho country, and Imd not hung tho cage up half an hour before tho same wild blackbird was seen flying down to his old friend. ciKNxitAL ornoxs. It. A. Kosworth j j no Harry Hart .. 00 Otto Finch 50 J. A. Reynolds "" i 50 II. B. Ferguson ion L. stohrjr :.::"..:".:::::; S I..D. rager ...... : ;• w 1. B. Randle ........ . ',:;: ! 56 Ed.Nnonnn .............. .... ko T.H. Pcrrln .............. ............ ou J. Cotter ........... ' r.n ""' \ i ^' . w. B o 1 00 August llanoia .'.''" C. Obormuoller A jj~ir •••• \, OUKB consists of one bottle of the ; Radical Cure, one boxCatarrhal solvent, and one Improved Inhaler, neatly price?! ° n ° paoka S°' with full directions; _FOTTBU DjtOQ^OlIKMICAL OO., BOSTON. IT ACHES. W ,??5 ° nt wlth Pfttai but atUl com- •""-l.by.Btorn necessity to Btand up i work before us and bear the Hollef In one mlmito In a Ou"Houra Antl-Paln Plaster for aoblnK /,i=i" »i' ' flcs ''P' 1 u aok,weak& painful mus- oloB.i the Bore ohost and hacking couuh and every pain and ache of dally toil. IleirSnt neWi original, speedy, and Infallible. At ^^^SM^b^Son' 160 ' scorns no 60 60 A. NeffV.T.r.Tr,'.'.;:::'. i HH Geo. A. Kroamer :.'.' m W F. Enslngor.... '.'.::'.:. '. 300 Chns. Baker.. f St J. A. Morris i m K.Caldwell f $ A. cawweii ::;':•":::•••." I™ " Wm. Loroh ....'. loo ChaB. Thompsen .. " loo Total ; is 00 LAWYKUB. Jno. F. McQInnls ,. $ B 00 r' D^. M , cNllll5r ...........'.'. B 5o Cha^ V I wi'-V ' fl00 Uiau.P.Hloe f 500 Total 20 00 DRDQOIBTS. E. Marsh.... ...... II. W. Chamberlain':.. ".::'.'."::" 500 Total ............ 10 00 HANKS. , S.P. Wailo ......... SIR nn g ..... ...... $ JFPDBE COD LIVER OH, ]spfeoflifiiG&Soila inn . . O. A. Caldwoll Jr ..... . .............. B ( «i O. s, stowell ..... ...... .............. soJ 1 Q.F. Jocstlng....... .... ............ jm C. F. 8>.alzol.*.,.. .. ............... Inn J. K. Ilnyner...........""'.: 1 .".". 1 /.'. 20 oo Total ............ .13 00 DBY GOODS. T ..... • ................ $1000 H.J. Bowman* Co ............. BOO Ucnry P. Lelme .............. " 300 Person & C»rr D. Q. Co ..... ...,.".. 20 oo " : ' T ., Total IN8UKANOE. Almostas Palatable as Milk. «?li?."it. 1 rP.K' l ii < " 1 ,° f , C01 ? "TEH on, that A. J. HO WELL, -DEALEU.7UN— FURNITURE! A Full and Completes 4300 iV . •* ** *»U»T11V ••«««.,.,... Ill IN] Kuderahaueen & Somilag..... ... 3 no Frank Fuher o lal H.G. Mopike...::::.::.. uSS l.L. Faualcr :.':.'.'..5 00 Total 3500 BTOVI6 AND TlHWABg. Pitts ftHnmlll * R on A. J. Dogenhan ..".'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'. a oo Total a 00 OKOOKUIKS. Uoppo Eroa a i nn Mra. Fisher........ * ? m George Loarts' 8r 5 m Mary Kslneko „ E. F. Doterdlng ....'.'.'.'.'.'.":: 10 OU Total...','." 15 SO OKNKHAL BTOBEB. Jno. Dow &r,nn W. A. Hlldabrand 10 oo George Burton »m L. Harvllle •.,. ,m j.H. oitmann :..:.:.'.':.":!.'::!: 200 Total..'...; 2200 CLOTHING. U. M. Sohwcpue ...t.. Moon Joestlmf & Snofilouen '.'.'" '.'.an M L. J. Uartman i oo Total....::. «oo LZVJtnY STABLES. : . . ..... ... George Gray ......................... ; Total.::: ........ C11IOAOO ANP ALTON KVPLOTKS. E. J Wcathorford .................. . tl 00 * . u. Barlow ............ 2 00 x* XhomBB Hyndmiin ............ : '.' i no ^ John McQeo ........ ........... JM C. U.Cheney ............... \'.:'.\'.'.\: iw Wm. Adams ....................... i «o J. M' Abhcmft ............... ".'."" i oo John Bray ............ . i nn M. Burns ............ ............... , ™ samuel Phillips..,: ...... .•.":;;:::::: i oo F. W. I!OHO ............ i in W. K. Bailey ........ ....'. ............ i m James t'lemlnir ............. ........ i nil W. P. Ulillnke.. .......... .'.'.'.'."'.'.'.'. 100 JamesB. Wilkinson ........ Inn O. G. Norrla .............. i nn w. p. white ........ ...... :::::::::' iwi James J. Dcrwln .......... '"" ..... i no Pat Klrwan: ........... ............ inn Frank Yueger .............. .' ........ i no John McKlssock ............ .' " I 00 Daniel McFvoy ..... ........... • !S H, Bailey.............; ....... .' ..... 1 0 X Robert Brown .......... ;"; ....... i m James Dunn....: ..... ' 50 Thomas Bushel! ............ '. ........ rn Ellck Fitzgerald.. ........... ......... m Robert Jesaeit ..................... ' . (jn Wm. Crawlord ......... .....:...' 1 00 Wm. TaoRur ................ i no Thomas Hyndman . Jr ............. •:.'.' BO James Morrison ........... . ] no c " a " ........................... :::.:::: O oo , Total ............ 35 00 HOTKL, HKSTAOKANT AND BOARDING. B. J. Pennlfold, Central Hotel ...... 10 00 Jno. F. Roberts, Empire House ...... 10 00 H. Necce, Depot Hotel ........ ...... 260 L. Roberts, ...................... i nn Chas. Bdtz ................ ...; ....... « $ Mrs. Hofljnnn ........ . .... ........ ? on David Ryan.. ..-••• ..... .....I:..';."; 300 Total ............ 32 00 UONFECTIOUBna. J. II. Maupln ........... B nn S. F.Connir ........... .....'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 2 00 Total... ........ 7 00 MANUKACTUHKKS. Wm .' E 'lot Smith .................... «25 00 fi. liGYls n, R. U. Levls At tho postal-card factory in Castlo- ton, 1'a., botwccn two and throe tons a day nru-uwmifaotm-od tlio your round. Tlio largest order ovor lllloil for one city was 4,000,000 cards, or about twelve tons of paper, for Now York city, whoro they uao about 6,000,000 cards a month. Chicago comes next, with about 8,000,000 cards in tho sumo period. There arc 450,000,000 postal- cards manufactured annually. Two- cent post up! did not, lesson tho use of postal-cards, but chucked tlio growth of their use for somo little time. Tlio check has been overcome, and the public arc using more and more postal cards every day. Their Business Booming;. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of trade at E. Marsh's Drug i Store as the giving away to his customers of so many free trial bottles of J)r. King's New Discovery for Consumption. His trade is simply enormous in this .very valuable articlofrom the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and 'all throat and lung diseasss 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 ape petite is poor, you are bothered with headache, you are • fidgetty, nervous,' and generally out of sorts, and want to i brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which'have for their baais very cheap! bad whiskey, and which stimulate you: for an hour, and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Layer and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will find in Electric; Bitters, and only 60 cents a bottle at E; Marsh's Drug Store. my 1 dw 1 m Bnciuen'8 Arnica Salve. ^The Best Salv,e m the world for cuts, bruises, sores.u.oers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. « is guarantied to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by E. Marsh,. 111. mchTdwlm traten to Youi- wr<%. J "Wlndowi" Looking on thfl ffoodland wijsl "With clumps of rhododeudrou* add great uutliet of May Wolsoms 111 "T1*W Wa ( an In. tercatlng group, , It Included one who had been* a "Cotton • Bplnaer," but waB nowBO raralyzed Ml •....' That lie could only bo»r to lie In a rtclinln* . This refers to mjA-aBe. I was Brat Attacked i twelve yeartaito win, "Locomoter Ataxy" ...,'. ,• ™ w (A paralytic dlieue of nenre fibre ftrely evir cure,l> and was tor several year* barely able to Ret about, o And for the Ust flte years not able to attend to my buahiOBB, although Incurablesl I am no "advocate}" "For anVthliiB shape of patent "Medicines? ™ !*' And made man Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel ol purity,' strength wholosomoness. More ooo- nomloal' than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold In competition with tho multitude ol low tost, short weight, JanSdwly WHIPPLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS,: . UEBRBSKNTINQ THE FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Oo. s s: Ins. Oo. of North America: Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of PliUadelyMa; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London:) Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.-, Continental; Olrard; I Glens Falls, Ameroan Central; Firemen's Fond, Western Assurance Co. ) pacify her— Consented 11 ' I had not quite 'finished the when I felt a change come over was Saturday, November.'- ~ Ing I '-'- - -• '.'bottla ,. f So started aorosa the floor and back.- I hardly know how to contain over tho. home. I am. saining 0n "SuScT S ^ e OU * Orenpport. Btrengtn 'di«h .„ oo room on" n. ~JoiiiiI , ng.) fond. 24 1848 Two ywriHiitor am port eotly well'. . Ha One Experience *f Many. fs ^ Tor two or three 1 " through the most Excruciating pains, any lurs at a time I £ad to go ....... 0. H. Hapgoocl ..... ...::.'.'.'....;V 20 OO Chus. Rodemeyer .................... 590 .• 60 00 . I ,' V llUTCIIEItS AJND FAOKBUS, Henry Meyers $JO oo Julius Haaa... 2 nn AugustLuer&Bro /!..:'" ;' in no J.firny &Son , • * m Chas. Sohaub..:.:..:: '. ; SOD Straiiboft Sotler 500 Klrtch ASehlcsB .....'.'.'. 2000 Total ; 87 00 CIGARS AND TOBACCO. C. H. Randle a B nn John Buokmaster "'.'".'.'. 2 60 George T. Bailey .V....'. 5 50 H. A, Wutzler .Ion Total WATER WORKS. _ Whether on land or at sea, on the prairie or in the crowded city, Ayer'a Pills, aro the best cathartic, bemo- convenient, efficacious, and safe. For torpid liver, indigestion, and sick headache, they never fail. dwlw THE Captain of the Moscow(Russia) Bioyohng Club is Kominoff. but of course he has got over that now.— New Haven News. $20,000,000. WIC AIiSO RKPRBSKNT THE Mutual Benefit Llle, of Newark,: W. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co..Hartford. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State sta. . _ . all, my stomach con- >'one'can conceive the " until ttree Could eat nothing !il I ' My sufferings , ;w ere BO that I called apctors to give me something that would the pain. ' by to For Sale or tient. 1Utf Stre6t ' owned WfllPPLB A8MILBT. fo two Itop - — —«•—••• H KWWU. U6fU ;. I- '••• *•• . I! ''About your Hop BlttewI 'v< ' And determined to try them. 1 ' .-'•' tent f bottlfrrltt * our "MOW I Wok the con- i One//// T Next day I was out of b«a, and have not oC6tl ft i, "Sickl" Hour, from the tame came, since. I have recommended it to Bun otters. Ton have no such. ' "Advocate as I am." Oio. amcAU,,AUiton, Bciton. UIM. hundred* ot BAII-WAT TIMB TABI.B. OHIO AGO AND ALrTON. That tired teeling and loss of appetite are entirely overcome by Hood's Sarsapanlla, the peculiar medicine. Try it and nee. 9 : %jgroat bargain. WftlPPLB&SMILBY, mm Miller Jfor sale. 'Propertyon State stree In ill s &UQ,, to Alton, litf sforv 12 HENRY Geor K e gets $75 a night lecturing. Henry doesn't want land. Money is good enough for — Puck. for any him. .... G. Sohwaab ........ ..'".. ........ m Jim Williams ........ ...........'.'.'.'.'.'.' l 00 ME1IOUANT TAILOllo . A. BrucgRCinan U.O. Q. Morltz « 5 oo e 00 Stop CONSTANTLY ON HAKD FOB ALL OKD1CP UPHOLSTEEING J Neutly and promptly executed, j Belle st., bet. Third ana Fourth 1760 .; BBBWBIU, SAtOONfl AND LIQDOHS John Johle..... *inn nn Julius H. liulble.....;.. .•.•.'.•."•.•.•.'.'* S 00 1000 John El bio. -ALSO- II. A. llehreiis ..... ......... ........ in n Henry Tlmmormeler ......... BIIBBO Hros UNDERTAKER. STATE ft SEVKNTII 8T8 T, L, FOULDS & CO, ATEJMTION! •Jobu Tbrode ,n'nn Qeo. Llndcmann ;.'.'; \ a XX VictorBriioh ,'nm Doollng * Coyne .'.'" « XX Thomas Chalilni?Bwonii m Adum Wedel ,..,, -« ™ Robert Curdle .' Michael Kroraer Joseph Herman T. t'liiigiiiin .......;. rtnttin Kremor... William Flynn.....,....:. Philip Thorntoni.. '.'.'.',".'.'.'.'.', wuiiiimBroderiok.';,..;::.';;::;: i:;; &^^^; ::= - JUS R B ,f. A l^;;;:;; •»""• "•"•"'"• {« M. Mlniiiaugli ., '" iw 0«Binr Yuokel '' « !5 Anton Ehrharilt .......'.'; 6 00 Casper Unterbrlnk.......,....."... 7 oo Henry Krn»| " -ii . m Adam Until f SS Jiuiics Chuaion .,, H. o. TonBor & Co::."!" 1 i p/jVHo'ndTr.;::::::::::-::;:;;:; O gg lr 8 Bf 0 &::::::::::::::::;::;;. g» Totai 26 00 BAUJIEUS. Philip Gervlg $ 300 OAS AHD PLDllBaKS. P.J.Kane.... s 2 on George U. Eddy V.. .V....'.'. i oo Total j 00 COAL DBALEI18, '" »BOO B,L. Dorscy « m John Mltcnel .".::.'.'.' i oo Tola!.'.,..'.' 11 oo BUNDHY. P L. Belts '... .. « i rm Walt KuUodgo........V,..........;;.. 5 oo 9 00 6 OU 600 10 00 B 00 1 00 B 00 4 00 6 00 76 00 The Pickle Factory \vlshon to make contracts for \mrnm mvudwlm K. J. Molloy .. 0. Urocbt. o.H.woigioi...: J . Ucylan - oo r. oo Ham \Vy»a Jttoob Kc 8 00 Henry Selienk.... .................. .? «? Krn«t Woldwioi ..................... , a 9° John Mold..." .................... 10 W) H. I'letfer.... ....................... !) "« James Webster.'.'.';, 1 ;; ................ "*<*> J. Total.. ... BAODLGBY A UAUNBSB. C. and A, Wuerkor t S 00 AQHIOOITDIIAI. IMPLBMBNT8 C. W, Mllnor « m w. E, smith ........:.";:;:;•• BOO Total...'::: AnctllTXOTB AND IIUILDBIIS, Where roads are bad you want a strong and easy spring to your buggy. The Kice Coil Spring keeps your bueev in order half as long again as any other spring, and never gives one a lar. dwlw Malarial'poisons contain the germs of dangerous diseases. If these poisons accumulate i in the system Typhoid, Bilious, Intermittent or Chill Fever is sure to follow. Aver's Ague Cure is a warranted specific for malaria. dwlw Two preachers, Jacobs and Deck, each desire to be principal of tho Rood house school, ane a dead-lock in the board is tho oonsequence.lthree of the members favoring Deck, and three vot» mg for Jacobs.— Whitehall Republican. Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Boscheo's German Syrup to let its wonderful qualities be known to WHIFPLB & 8MILBT. T. Li Accommodation*.'.'.'.'.'.'.'"-'— ajn ui.uui e Express* ...;.,,,... , •. eorla and Book Island FastLlnef,9-0( K"n^a76^ a M a af°"!lTr*V.... 9.00a.m. Kansas Olty Express*. tiXli* „ ——-^m, w. Denver E Expi . sf ....... .. ooommodtttlon f' • • .7:10 p.m. 7:10 p.m. OhluY, AltonS Kansas ieoommodatlou*.'; DOlOlt HtyMall* KOT A » . «^ Jt{'°P n ll»lpkdwelUng and out buildings OB TbUd street, between^herry and Vine _ FOP Bent. Late residence of M:. J. Noonan on State ™ n % known.as the A. Platt place. Good9 brick house, In flrst class repair WHIPPLE & SMILEY. BO a. m. " ....6:45 a.m ....9:30 a. in ...12:96 p.] ..6:40i •m m. m. «n ., •Dally n o u. tt. * 5 "• m - Sundays only). rExoept Sunday. * • 8. D. RMBVE, ifor Hole. n nttu street WHIPPLE & SMILEY. ifor Sale. 0 lots on Alby and Market Btreoti, botweeu Tenth and Twelfth streets/ , WHIPPLE & SMILEY. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estate of ironrlotteM.Born.deoeased. undersigned, For Sble. ___^ WHIPJPLK4 SMILEY. Vor Kent. IPPLE & SMILEY. Desirable Resltleuoos tor Sale. j^M^-SS2M.^*SS . before the County Court Indebted to Immediate] Dated thi 21d4w -,;.-.—•; *° the undorslgneu. Uth dayof'ApilVA.b.1887, WILLIAM SON^AQ, - Ezeoutor, owner having WHIP? .... all for sale apqldod to KC . Jfor Hale. IALL J. U, Booth o.B.uohi.i,a WATCIIKB Total 1000 .... ™' 1 A " D """"•' Ifi 00 S 00 2 00 Chns. Tiles, 'tioud'le'.".'.".'.'.'.'.'. 1 .'.'.'" ?S' Fred.A. Sawyer ,....'.'.'.'. l 00 Total.. ...'.. . B nn 0. We, 8bB ar.. W . A .:f.".^ la " ACTUBR1 "- '" Wm. ArmB^.r. 0 ^™ Johnlx)pg Tomi"::::..?. 0 ? horse rallwjiy, gain. Possession sale. . Hooter" without immediate refief." Throe dosos I «j>«_Kesidenoe tor snie. will relieve any onao, and wo consider it the duty of all druggists to recommend Jt to tho poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, and no one case whore it failed was reported. Such a medicine as tho German Syrup cannot i moiudin,, t -W : •« »»" » rooms oe too widely known. Ask vour known us thn»ii!fh2i 1) , ai ' n and fln o faults druggist about it. Sample bottles Jtry' «^ffi«" «n S ateo1o&b t Sr tt ^d tuatod sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 76 cents «««„& »"."iy»'i'— fin'-? b /" 11 , dru ge i8 j!; 8 ana dealers, in the United States and Canada. Kor Sale or Iteut. 11 rooms, wuu uuu buildlnflre. H bo sold at a bat- •""s1Sn?hV New and Beautiful Designs Just arrived and arriving for the .^^ Spring Trade. WINDOW GLASSI A .Specialty, from Small . to Largest Sizes. wltl1 • ^™^™™ 1n8 dwoow . Alton i. . W. Kucokguucr.,.. .......... "" John Hiuij .... ................... Kilwarcl a, Jo«iUui( ................. •V. ITuldwlHcli .........i...,,«. j i^j II* Kuchii,. »,... fioo Tliuoiloro Frl'iii""" ,,', H 0 . Toiii:;::;:.» m ir Alton H. AO. Co.... 1000 Total 12 OAUTKTB. Mf.llonnlog "*.^:.... B oo Donor's Bills. Nearly all ulsoasus ongmat from inao- ion of tho liver, and this is especially ho case with chills and fever, intermit- ont fevers, and malarial diseases. TO save doctors' bills and ward, off diseases take Simmons Liver Regulator, a mot) mine that noroasos m popularity each year, and has become the most popular and best endorsed modiolno in the market for the cure or bowol diseases -Teletjraph, Dubuquo, Iowa. * OU808 ' tu th a wk WM.I. KLUHK 7 " UJVDEBTAKEfi, EAND DBALEB.IB ^^.^T^"~—^^^ | **i'»*iriiiuii t rurmjmm Ready-Made Goflans, Metalio Cases, Caskets And Burial Robes for Ladles, Gentlemen and Children. Office and Shop o NEFF & OBERIWUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle it, '_ _'• : tebll J. WILKES •fiVJS FELT AND OFERS very beat L arc euoh that ity of Velt and 0( ' > id •warrant our sell materials JOHJSTBAHEK, 4 DBALKR IK AND MANJOTAOTUKKB FURNITURE. SECOND 3TJUEBT, O^jDtty f HfjH, AliTON, ILt> ooiistaiitiy on hand. AUo < un^««»ke"»to1f

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