Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 27, 1887 · Page 4
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KASKINE QUININE.) . No'bad effect No headache No nausea. wo ;*••• ringing^, quickly ^^ — -»•••• *'.^~*+*ni*»j*rti^-,-- .Mt wr.ii.* •* V 9 j . ,, that the most dcllcnto stomach will bear. A 8PJKO1F1O FOB MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, m &m\!($D| KiS^wi lUS^BEEN FOUND .TQi; BKj AJ,UjpST ^ SPEOIFlO.ji 8u porlpr to Ainm DAILY TELEQRAPH. (Entered M Seonna-omm Matter nt tbe P. Vil , , . , U. lit Alton, 111.) FRtDAy. EVE., MAY '27. A Visit to Tennyson. . »•.• ..••/••.•„--*,. 1 Bollovuo Hospital, N. Y.: "Universally successful." Mr. P. A. Miller, 630 East 167th street, N. Y.. was cured bylKasklno of extreme malarial prostration after seven years suffering. Ho had run down from 179 pounds to 07, ocgan on Kasklne In Juno, 1830, wont to work In one month, regalnodlhls full weight In G months. Quinine did him no good whatever. , Mr. Charles Baxter, architect; 188E,.120th st. N. Y., was cured by Kaalclno of dumb ague In 3 months after quinine treatment for lOyoars. Mrs. J. Lawaon, 141 Borgon St., Brookly was cured of malaria and nervous dyspepsia of many yoarsstandlng by Kasklno, the quinine treatment having wholly failed. Her. Jas. L. Ilall.Ulmplnln Albany Penitentiary, Writes, that Kasktne has cured his wife, after twenty;yoars i suffering from malaria imdaqrvomdyepppslu. Wrlto:htm tor par- tiAUIftripv ?>M' }• '-') •}•' i? •!-•• !'•-• / '\ [ .-.:" . Letters from;the above persons, giving full Details, will l)e sent on application. t< Kasklne can bo taken without any special medical advloe. ? 1.00 per bottle. Sold by or sent by mall on receipt of price. KASKINE CO., M Warren at., New York myBdwlm JOSEPH JAllKJETT'8 FRONT 'STREET. BETWEEN" ALBY AND KASTON. 5 • U.UNO1 mvldlw THE LARGEST AND MOST es' ; ever 6rongiit to Alton. BDOK'S BIULUAMT tUo BEST GASOLINE STOVE! Jn the market, saves time, labor and money. The favorite summer stove with alJ (housekeepers. All sizes. Call and examine. I am also prepared to do , , , ., Booting, Gntterlng,8poutingand all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. D SMHEBT. ,' * , BXFTH HOOK VTKS1 8F HENRY. apSOflwly Jm!4r|s .Weurili Headache, Catarrh, .jHToothijibhlB;? Croiip, Sdr'o'' Tnroal, adacho. Catarrh, Croup,. Soro'Tnroal, me.Back,,8Hfl Jolnls."Sprains; ;BrMl?es, DitHiBBiV * lllv..'_j_: .{I. rti j • m -- : j ". LametoacK,, sun joints, sprains, uruu BurnsilWbuhds,:;} Old...Sores : an* All Aches and PainSa Tho many tosllmonl«I« received bf ti»i more than prove nil wo clulm for tbl» volunblo remodjr. " i.°ii! y ro| l u ™» .11 Cures You. . It luvore ralDB, but hat's the Idea? - tfie^irtf Sign Of (alliHg health, whether in the form of Night Sweats and Nervousness, or in a sense of General Weariness and Loss of Appetite, should suggest ..tho use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla. This preparation la most effective for giving tone and strength to-'the enfeebled system, pro* motlng the.4lgflstiijia, <wd assimilation of food,, rosiorlng; thg' nervous* forces to their normal cdnditlon, and for purify.' lug. enriching, mid vitalizing tho blood. Failing Health. Ton years ago my health began to fall. I wasi troubled with addressing Cough, NlKlu Sweats, Weakness, and Nervoiis- tiesii. I tried various remedies pro- Hurihed by different physicians, hut became so weak, that I could not go up stairs wlthu.lU stopping to rest.' My friends recomnJoudBd mo to try Ayer'$ Saraapar llav-whlch 1 did, and Yarn now as healthy and strong na over.—Mrs • W1 "! mu ?' AlBxanUrla,' Mlnn.f •^lised Ayor'S Saraaparllla. In my . . /for Sorpfula, and know, f it Is taken faithfully, thnt It will thoroughly eradicate tliio torrlblo disease. I have u so prescribed It as a tonic, as well as au bLM«vn\? > , n '\ l1 "''"•fay that I honest"? believe It to bo tlio li«8t blood iiioillclne ovoreomnoimded.-\V. If. Fowler, M. n., JJ. D. 8., Qreoiivlllo.Teiiu. Dyspepsia Cured. I be impossible for mo to dart \JUsiilrored from Indlgoition ...»..-..- w the time M began I was under I saw the poet to tho best lulvnntngo, nndor his own trees and walking over hl«.6wn domain: Htr took flclight In jpo1n<lHg;oUt to, mo.' thi; (Infest aud tho rrttest-of his trees,^nnd thore w'oro ttiony beauties among them. I recalled rny morning's vimt to Whittier nt Oak Knoll, iu;Danv«r», a little moro •than, a year ; ago, when he led mo to One of his fnyoritcs, an aspiring over- .grefin which shot up like a (lame. I thought of tho graceful American elms in front of Longfellow's house, and the sturdy English elms that Bland in front of Lowell's. In this garden of England, tho Isle of Wight, where everything grows with such a lavish extravagances of greenness that it seems as if it must bankrupt the soil before autumn, I felt as if weary eyes and overtasked brains might reach their happiest haven of rest. Wo all remember Shonstone's epigram on tho pane of a tavern window. If we find our "warmest.welcome at an inn," we find our most soothing companionship in the trees among which wo havo lived, some of which wo may ourselves havo planted. We lean against them, and they never betray our trust; they shield. :iis from the,.sun and from .tho rain;; their spring welcome .is a new birth*! which/never ;loses its freshness; they lay their beautiful robes nt bur feet in autumn; in winter they "stand and wait," emblems of patience and of truth, for they hide nothing, not even the little leaf-buds which hint to us of hope, the last element in their triple symbolism. This digression, suggested by tho remembrance of the poet under his trees, breaks m^ narrative, but gives me the opportunity of paying a debt of gratitude. For I have owned many beautiful trees, and loved many more outside of my own leafy harem. Thoso who write versos have no'special claim, to be lovers of trees, but so far as one is of the poetical temperament he is r like to bo a tree-loyer. Poets, have, as ;'«i rule, more thairithe average nervous •^sensibility and irritability. 'Trees have •,rio nerves. Tliey.liyo and die without suffering, without self-questioning or self-reproach. They havo the divine gift of silence. They cannot obtrude upon the solitary moments when ono is to himself, the: most,dgreeable 'of companions. The whole ..' vegetable world, even "the meanest flower that blows,"-; is lovely to contemplate. iWhat if creation had paused there, and you or I had been called upon to decide whether self-conscious lifo shpujd be added in the form of tho •existing animal creation, and tho hitherto peaceful universe should come under the rule of Nature as wo know her, "rod in tooth and claw"? Are we not -glad that the responsibility of tho decision did not rest on usP I am sorry that I did not ask Tennyson to read or repeat soiho of his own lines to me. Hardly any one perfectly understands a poem but the poet himself. One naturally loves his own ppern, as no one else can. It fits the niental mould in which it was oast, and it will not exactly fit any other. For; this reason I had rather listen to a poet reading his own versos than hoar tho best elocutionist that ever spouted recite them,' > He;may not have n good voice or 'enunciation,' but -he fpiits his heart and his intor-pen'etrative intelligence ., into every line, word, and ;syllable. ; I should have liked to hear Tennyson read such lines as "Laborious orient Ivory, sphere In sphere;' Four of them, with their arms linked and thdr backs outward, were dancing alowly around a circle, singing as they wont; to one of them! was Attached it red girdle, tho other end of which'was hold by another boy, whoso duty Was to prevent the rest of tho players frorri jumping on the backs of them who ard singing*, if any ono succeeded in doing so, .the boy with the girdle was defeated and gave place to another. Scarcely nny of their games are without this jumping on the back aa a sign of victory and huniilation to the vanquished) rough treatment and blows naturally ensue, and all are borne with tho greatest good nature. I never oncu saw them squabble over this class oJ f ume; in this point they differ from nglish children. It ia very different, however, when money Is at stake. In the game of omades, a. form of pitch and toss, or in tho cafes, where tin 1 men fight over' their cards and labyrinth games, the disputes often take alarming proportions. In this characteristic they are Greek, and undoubtedly theirs is the sensible view to take of the matter—squabble only when there is something substantial to bo gained by so doing. Tho Caliph and the Wine. Tho beverage of tho Arab epicure is dushab, a mixture of nebldh, date wine, and dibs (winejuice reduced to a very thick and luscious syrup). From time immemorial this has been the favorite drink of the Bagdad gormands, and an anecdote of Mohdi, the second Ab- baside Caliph, who loved the brew not wisely but well, may prove interesting. Out hunting one day he took shelter in the cabin of a peasant, who served him with a plain meal of bread and curdled milk. The poor man was so won by the affable manners of the stranger that ho presently produced a bottle of excellent date wine. The caliph took a good draught, and, turning to the peasant, said: "Do you know who I amp" "No," replied the man. "I am a eunuch of the court," said Mohdi. "May Allah bless you!" replied the cottager. The caliph took another pull at the bottle. "Do you know who J amf" he again: asked. "I am one of Mohdi's generals." "May your grave be sanctified," exclaimed the peasant. The caliph took a third draught., and. again said: "Dp you know who I am? I am the commander of the faithful." The peasant made no remark this time, but took the bottle from Mohdi's hand and locked it The Philadelphia Stitlclin says the following story of iih 'absent-minded clergyman Is strictly true: When the hbtir for his marriage drew near the prospective'groom was rtot to be found.; A friend found him in his study busily engaged in writing a, sermon. "Do you know what day this IsP"' was his visitor's first' .sharp' question. "Oh,: yes) Wednesday," was the; quiet an-! swor, "But what Wednesday P" "Why,' the day of the month .of-— t " replied tho clergyman, reading tho da£ and 'the month from tho calendar. "But; don't you happen to remember that; something very important is to happen; to-day P—something like a wedding, 1 for instance?" "Well, I declare!" exclaimed tho clergyman,-jumping to his 1 fuet, "Ask them to wait for mo.". The! ceremony was just one hour behind tho set time. •'.-•.(,'. A woodcutter in tho forests near Bangor, Mo., was the victim of a singular illness a few days ago. His provisions raa short and ho was compelled to eat cracked corn to save nimself from starving. Ho drank a great deal, of water and tho corn swelled, and but for the timely arrival of a doctor ho would have died. Their Business Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of trade at E. Marsh's Drug | Store as tho giving away to his customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. His trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and 'all throat and lung diseasas quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, largo size $1. Every bottle warranted. my 1 d w 1m LlBten toTouTpfe. MOST PERFECT MADE noAmmanIa,Llme,Alumori'uo8pnat«9. ur,i.'ricei Extracts, VauUls, Lemon, o(c., flavor dollclously. CwciCff.AmSr.ta, ' « »ri.v-,i.Ji:?"[" /'"yiicwns.- and tried a great many kinds of medicines, hut never obtained.more than temporary relief. After taking Aycr'a Sarsaparilla for a short time, my headache dliap- peared, and my stomach performed Its duties more perfectly. To-day mv health is completely restored. — Mary Harloy, Springfield, Moss. y I have been greatly benefited by tho prompt use of Avert Baraaparllla. It tones and invigorates tho system, regulates the aotiuu of the digestive and lUMlinllutlvu organs, and vitalizes the , e "'ft 0 ?', H i(l i without doubt, the most reliable blood purlller yut dlsoovo»d.U "' Ayer's Sarsaparifla; l'itp»r«d by Dr. J. 0. Ay.r 4 Co., Lowtll, UtM. Frloe •! | ili bgtUos, to. and in spite of my'good friend Matthew. Arnold's in terforem, I should have liked to hear Macauly read, ;' "And Aulus tho Dictator Smoothed Austor's ravon mane," and other good mouthable lines, from tho "Lays of Ancient Rome." Not less should I like to hear Mr. Arnold himself read the passage beginning, "In his cool hall with haggard oyos The Roman noble lay." : Oliver Wendell Holihesf in Atlantic. Games in tho Oven Islands. Wo found the Oven Islanders very great people for amusements; the children, the young men, and sometimes even tho old play games on the beach, much as our youngsters do on tho village, green: and ,thcy play many games, too.whieh we know well in England, says a writer in Lpnqmaris Magazine. Is it that men's miiids, when intent on sport, will arrive at pretty much the same conclusion all tho world overP I think so, for I am sure that if any traveler has ever visited the Ovoh islands ho novor took much trouble to- tho inhabitants oranges and lemons, blind man's buff, and games of a kindred nature, .which wo'saw, under different names--certainly, but played m much the samo fashion on tho Well. Most of tho games partook of rather a bellicose nature,, and bore testimony to the hardiness; and spirit of our friends. A^an'ip-cAlled "war" is distinctly of tin's nature, and is a groat favorite among the adult population, iwo sides are chosen, tho "ups" and "downs," say ton on each side, and hostile camps are pitched about thirty yards apart. Having previously come to a decision as to which side is to commence liring, the general of the "ups" inarHhals his iiioh In .ii-rpwj takes a ball in his hand,mid whoii the 'signiil for tho commencement' of hostilities is given hurls it with all his.might at the "downs." If it is caught before it falls, ono of llm "ups" has to go over to tho camp of the "downs" as prisoner of war; ho is henceforth tunned a boast away. "What does this mean?" exclaimed tho caliph; "give me the wine again." "Not u, drop more do you get, said the peasant. "You drank one, and you were a eunuch at court; a second time, and you were Mohdi's general; a third time, and you were the commander of tho faithful. If you drink again you'll be the prophet himself.—• St. James Gazette. 'Walt Whitman is living at the age of 76, in Camden on tho Delaware. The old poet is in poor health, having had a paralytic stroke some months ago. His white hair is long and unkempt, his mild gray eye is dim, and his tall figure is bent with age.. Ho spends his time in a disordered library, clad in ill-fitting clothes, with a faded shawl about his shoulders and a pair of well worn slippers on his feet. •His voice is clear and firm. He says that his favorite poet is Tennvson. Ho is not in actual want, ami receives assistance from friends in England. His books furnish him a small income. . Brace Up. You are feeling depressed, your appetite is poor, you are bothered with headache, you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which'have for their basis 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 Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at E: Marsh's Drug Store. my 1 dw 1 m Bncsien'8 Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for outa, bruises, soros.u.oera, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect, satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 coats per box.' For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mch7dwlm WHIPPLE& SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS, IRKKRKSENTING THE FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Phlladelyhla; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Oom. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng,-, Continental; Girard; | Glens Falls, Amercan Central; Firemen's Fond, Western Assurance Uo. AND OTHERS: A OAtiH OAPITAI IN THE AGGREGATE OF ows" , Looking on tho woodland Ways! With clumf* of rhododendrons i$iA great mallei of Ma| blossoms I 'I I •'TOe'ftfwaB an in. terelfang group. It' Included one who hid been a "Cotton ipltmer," (mt was now so f j Paraly-id III That ho 'could only bear to a recllnln* posl«orf. ' '',, ^ This refers to my cane. ( fytofittl Attacked twelvt years ago with "LOcomoter Ataxy" • .,/'-... • (A p«r»ljrtlo dlieuo of norro flbroWily ever cnwa) and, was for several year/ barely able to Bet about..? >.- ••*:••»•.•(•-* ««• And f0r the last flvo years not able to attend to my business, although tujnua linvo boi>n done for And made many o tyu»*»i>uted ill.. •, : ' v • . I haa.not quite finished 1 the .first bottlu when I felt a chatigo cotoe over toe; Th« wa88atur(Uiy,NoVeniI)er8d. k Otteund4y'fn 0 JB. ing I felt BO,8tro;ng I saldiio mlrdOnV• c ° 0 ™ . m panlonsy "I was sure I could f "Walk! •-.•••. ...... .••••• p*ir,,M So started across the floor and bachi '. I hardly know bow to euntaln mjieir. over Ilia house. I nirt 'gaining BtrcnKth and can Walk quite safo without any B ? r support. ' ; am now «t my own homo, and hopo >n "Boyal Excli.-uiKc" .,.,,., f -,.' For nearly, tlilrty years, nod #«« molt' gratuUtcd cm going In tho roir- *•- " : Very.|rmtofully ypura, ir MimmBBTJ-.n, (Etlff.) Dec. 21,1888. Two years later am pertqotly weu, One Experience «f Many. Havinff experienced a threat dc&l of' ** ' "Trouble I 1 ' from'indigestion, so touch BO that! came near losing my • , » f» ily trouble always camo after. eattag Bn y fOOQ"~* * ** v 7 owever light, ' i < nddlgeBtftlel 7 , e hours at a time 1 had to M - , "" Ho A For two or three through the most Excruciating pains, y ...j r*yf/. — , — ,,„ ,.,.,.. V , U 4 vl vii LUI jiiuti H uuiini/ of Imrdun. They jump on his buck and rido him up and down in triumph; f, however, us fruqmmtly hapimns, It s not caught, thu prisoner who Is hit. has to go from the wimp to thu "downs" and revives similar treatment, The next shot takes piano from thu opposite side, until not a man IH loft In. There • was always great tixiMtmmmt, wo noticed, whim only onu was luft in tiai-h tiiimp, and tho victory generally foil to the thrower of tho ball. Whilo thoir uldors wore tlmsiinga"<!d thu inoru juvenile portion of the population woro to be HIHIII hard by in u guuiu of un equal rough Tho labor organizations at .Rochester, N. Y., are going to erect a large hall in which to nold their meetings. Enjoy Life. . What a truly beautiful world we live in! Nature gives us grandeur of mountains, glens and oceans, and thousands of means of enjoyment. We can desire no better when m perfect health; but how often do the majority of people feel like giving it up disheartened, discouraged and worn out with disease, when there is no occasion for this feeling:, as every sufferer can easily obtain satisfactory proof, that Green's August Flower, will make them free from disease, as when born. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint arc the direct causes of seventy-five per cent, of such maladies as Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Costiveness, Nervous Prostration, Dizziness of the Head, Palpitation of the Heart, and other distressing symptoms. JL'hree doses of August Flower will prove its wonderful effect. Sample bottles,'10 cents. Try_ it. ••'••• . -jaS dweow ly Malarial poisons contain the germs Of dangerous diseases. If these poisons accumulate »in the system Typhoid, Bilious, Intermittent or Chill Fever is sure to follow. Ayer's Ague Cure is a warranted specific for malaria. TUB Illinois House of Representatives has passed a bill prohibiting all kinds of labor and traffic on the Sabs bath day. It is now in order for the House to pass a bill prohibiting its own members drawing a $S per diem salary for Sabbath day. To labor on the Sabbath day is contrary to tho divine law, but to draw pay for labor on (he Sabbath day when no labor is performed in theft; that is to say, it is grabbing money without rendering an equivalent, either of service or otherwise— Chicago Journal. A. J.HOWELL, —DEALEKTIIN— FURNITURE! A Full and Complete Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL OEDEP FOB UPHOLSTERING Neatly and promptly executed. Belle st., bet. Third and Fourth. -ALSO— WK AMO EKPREHKNT THB Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ina. Co..Hartfprd. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State Bts. For Sale or nent. • A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned oyAlrs e. J.Dntro. WHIFFLE ASMILBT. For bai» The late residences of J. J. and W. H. Mitchell, on Mill st., two oitliii best pieces of residence property In Alto*. The property on Mill and Summit s'treets, an a a numberof pts In Miller A Mitchell's addition to Alton. Anyor all of above at a ereitt bargain.. . WTUPPLB & SMILEY. Jror oaie. The Morrlman property on State stree In Miller & Mlobell's Add., to Alton, Itf story house, 8rooms and out-buildings; auln per- feotorder. Can be had at a bargain: i WHIPPUS ft 8MILBT. Was by throwing up alii my .stomach con. 5r nc -?J J* No one,can «oncelv£ the p»hu that I had to go through, until - v "At last!" ' I was taken! "So that for three weeka I lay In bed and ' > '•' Could eat nothing Mi >>t My sufferings were so that I called two doctors to give me something that would ston thepsln. •-"> ' i , v Their efforts were no good to me. At last 1 heard a good deal "About your Hop Bitters 1 .'. And determined to; try them. 11 Gotabottlfr^-lBfour hoursltook the contents of • One//// Next day I was out of bed. and have not seena "Sick!" Hour, from the earns cause, ilnce. I have recommended It to hundreds of others. You'have no such, -»* "Advocate as I am.'* ; • t G*o. KiMDiii, Alljton. Boiton. Mm. KAII/WAX TUHB TABIJI. OHlbAQb . On and aftei.,Snn<Uy, May list, 1887. train. on the OhloagOLana Alton *«Uipia<l,w1ineav« the Union Depot, Alton, lataaU^rd time, ai *or Oblcago and the Barti ' Chicago Mall*... ..'... .A ........... 9:00a.m Ohleago Accommodation* ........ 6:0 for Sale. ! A T-ioombiloV dwelling and out buildings on Thlid street, between Cherry and .Vine, I WHIFFLE a 8M BY. RESIDENCE COR. STATE & SEVENTH STS jBAGLis PACKET COMPANY. for Slent. : Late residence oj M. J. Noonan on State <treet, known as the A. Platt place. Good 9 room brick house. In first class repair. arrm>Rr.ix.-£ SMILEY. _ For Hale. ' house of 8 rooms, onTriftn' and Altonstreets i a 4 room frame house on Pltth street. ' WHIFFLE & SMILEY. ........ : p. m LlrhtnlnBExpress'...,, .............. SiloSS Peorla and Book Island FaatLlnet ( 9:00 a. m ForjMl..o , . |«as Clty.and all points w««C ^^ Kansas Otty Mallf* ; J . -.^VvBav, „ . . . 9 :00 a. m, Kansas Cit * Kansas City Denver . ., . . . , prpss*. ...i...,. .;,. 9:10 p. a .... 7 :io p. £ ' _ .. LlKhtnln a EipresB' . . ". .' .7.". ".". 7. ". .".". .6 :46"aV m Chluago Acoommodatton*,'i-.;',-.ri.9;80'a, m on speotait....r...';.v.?.V.,: ^iis ' " SftSL-'iA"."" ••.•• 8:20D.m *46pp.m.. „.., ..i7855:_L'- •'• •_ • (8 4fi a. m. Sundays only), r*-. •Dally rJBxoeptSundaw' Hot Sale. Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth ana Twelfth streets. . WHIFFLE & SMILEY. r i 'J n gooa Sale. order, with . ._ For Bent. ria«h°om^ bl?Cli:dWOUrn WHIFFLE & SMILEY. H. LEYHB, Master. ' IE.EOSSPOWELI, j ED, BLOCK, Olerk s. On and after Monday, Feb. 11, the Spread GftorlA will Mm na fnll/inra *r_>| di'ti FOB ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at S p.m., dally. And leaving Alton for Portage, Jersey Lauding. Qrafton, and way points every evening at 8 :80 o'clock. *3.The Wlilstle wUl be sounded fifteen minutes before starting for St. Louis. To Si. Loms, KoDNDTaip TWBHTT BIBBS' "VI £»UUb« . < >ry brick dwelling known as the A. JBKmd; lately put In good repair. , WHIFFLE & SMILEY. „ for Sale. „ . « SR.. 10 * 8 T 1 '? 1 B°° A brt °k dwelling and outbuildings, In good repair, In Upper Alton. Fine Residence for Sale. The late R. DeBow homestead, now owned S? "• "•,, 0ndo ! lwo °' 1 < sltuated'on "-- ' two gain sale. V^A'W*. ^ijMju, J.J. rOOu i nn 1good out bulldln, u t uuui, lumuco, ana good out buildings, i acres of ground, will be sold at a-a?n. Possession given on completion of '• ^ WHIPPLE & EMILEV. BO . . . !K . • . . j QO Q W. HILL. Agent. How to tlnln Flesh and and Strength Uso after each meal Scott's Emu), sion j it Is as palatable as tnilk and cms* ily digested. Dehoato people improve rapidly with its use. 1 For Consumption, Throat affootions and lironolmis it is unequalled. Dr. Thos. Prim,. Ala., says: "I used Scott's Emulsion on a child eight mouths old; ho gained four pounds in a month." mwf wk 1m A MOVKSIENT is on foot to call a Central and Southern Illinois Immigra- tlon Convention, to be held at Spring, field. It 1s believed that with proper effort millions of dollars tnat annually pass through Illinois for investment In western lands may bn stopped and planted in Illinois. •> The Uioo Uoll Spring puts tho baby to sleep, It settles the business between tUo follow and his (?lrl. She's too Imp. py to say "no" after a half hour's ntfo In a hugely with tho Uloo Coil Spring. Fast Freight & Passenger Line THB 8 ,?V /&UI8 AND CENTRAL J. F. ELLISON, Oordma:ider. Ep. ANSHUTZ, )„. . • TBDBDODOB, (Olerks. , , . "», wUlleavo For Bale. Jt, ,,?~ st< i I 7 frttm8 dwelling with 9 rooms "S b , (1 narrfand fine < °. no18 homestead, S ,, In a deslraole neighborhood. WHIgPLE A SMILEY. Desirable Residences tor Hale. humeslead, lately A tw For Bent. OU Oom ' WHIFFLE A BMIT.HY. I. pommenelng Monday, April 4th, steamer Hudson will leave St. Louis for Alton, Port- l«°. Jorsoy. Grafton and all points on St?L. m «L,H ll " ( l tti i?s ""opt Sunday, at 8:30 a. ""/(.arriving n t Alton at 11 a. in. Roturnlm: will leave Alton for St. Louis at B'« Dm S£H M M ?.'• ^11" at 7!8 ° ln ftSiplo tlnio iSi- partloa to attend theatrss, oto. Parties nur- chasing round trip tickets will bo furnished stiito rooms without oxtra cost. Hound trlii "fkets of steamer Spread Eagle or Sudsoii ' lellonorea u y oltnor "oat lor return UNDERTAKER, f i ' DBALKB Ul SBffiP^«^^ oast " Points north nnd FA TIM TO ST. LODis.sliiRletrlp,' . . . BOc ' round trip, . . . . 7u D ; H A ». A. ften'l Manager. lo , Notice; llto'nUo'r" ii" 00 "" 1 * 0 ' tlloA .l to '">n<l Upper 01' till) t*l(*CtlOll fif unvi\n HI t>«j» ••<*».> .,.! .1 * £ ' WitU eliding: Detachable ^^$1_ and guaranteed never to break. Price, MAYER, 8TROU8E AGO. FELT AND And'DealS/llKoonriS'filiifoS.lil.^dnr'fa- ellltles tor doing work; la Alton arc auoh that ornSl? r? p tnu * ' v SEy*m t itt*' l '£«¥ ™* an . < } Gravel Roofing, the gBme'as fn use on all .HlSi rat 'P, Itt8s jjulMJngs In Chicago at a lower price than Tin or Iron, and warrant our with fnjl instruction how to do the wnrlt or fm^anexpergced^,. fni' tin. I* «»"iV."" ""*' •"""• "•••• J»"H **«iuiJHiiy, IS!, .i " k '°''°" of seven directors uud for the transaction of nny other bimlniBs that wiiMirV"!",' ly .'; omo h ff° Te «'« Btoo IhoUlo .'H! ««!eoVn U l. d »" t - 1 iV, 0 »!?, t ',?J..y.'«.8"l>''«-' 1 Ready-Ma4e Coffins, Metalio Cases, Caskets And SurJlal Robes JTor Ladles, Gentlemen and Ohildror. f AND MASrtrtPAOTttWB; FURNITURE. _ _^-^™VW^1^W . . r ,^ r .^T,,,„,,„.. ffj . .- . >PP. City Hall, 4I/FO:NVUCJb M MBS*"*. ^:$jj$$$jfKp """"" Vh :; w i ,

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