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poi imam Hoc "1 oo ye: gp ot 01 a II 81 « 1) D K A S K IN E (THE <S13W QUININE.) GIVES Good appetite New Strength, Quiet Nerves, Happy Days, 8woet Sleep. A POWBiUTULi TONIC, that the most dolloate stomach will buar. A 8PJKCIJ?1O FOB MALAU1A, was cured by (Kasklno o prostration after aovon years suffer ina. Ho had run aown from 158 pounds to 07, began on KftBklnein Juno. 1880. went to work In one month, reftmtnediUU full weight In 0 months. Quinine dm lilm no good whatever. _ Mr. Gideon Ihoinpnon, ttao'oldeat • and one of themjstrespnctodoltlzftns of BrldKSport. Oonn.,»iiys: "faro ninety years of age, and for the last throe year; have suHeiod fiom malaria und the effects of (|ulnlno polsonlnif. I reoent y began with Kusklne which broke up the inalarla anil Increased my weight at 0 MriLTl'A, Solomons, 159 Halllday *t. Jersey Clty^wrttas: :My son Harry, eleven; yoars. wai!/cu?el/pi! Malaria by Rasklno; >fV is raoattttlUlnogsV -when wo had given up all "tetters fronVthe abovo'personui giving full details, will bo nont on application. toKasklno can be taken without ftny special uiedloal advice. $1.00 per bottle. Bold by or sent by mall on receipt ot price. KA8KINK CO., 64 Warren St., New fork JOSEPH, LIVERY (STABLE FBONT BTBEET. BETWEEN ALBY AMD HA8TON. ALTO* ILMNOI mvlcllw LARGEST ,ANDT MOST SORTMENT / of Cooking Stoves ever brought to Alton. BOOK'S HKILLIAMT the BEST GASOLINE STOVE ! In the market, saves time, labor and money. The favorite summer stove with al. 1 (housekeepers. AU sizes. Call and examine. , .< I am also prepared to do ; Roofing, Gnttering,8poutlngand all kinds of Tin Work, at reasonable prices. A. J. 03JS KA8T SKCOz; D 8TKEKT, FIFTH POOB WEST «F BKNBY. .......... .,.,....-. ..... •.,..,... ..... apiMdwly « Neuralgia, .Headache.' Catarrh, Joothacha, ,Sore .Throat, ,Headai>he.teCalarrh,s .Qrdu^ ,Sore .Throat, Lama 'BackTsiffl' Joints, Sprains, Brul'es, Tli u uaun, eim *vima. wpiMm», «»••»• Burns, Wounds, Old Soros, and . All Aches and RainSo :io ninny tettlinonlali received by u» raorq than l>ruvu nil wo oluliii for t)u« vulunblo ramody., 16 not Only rullOTua tlio most novnro nuliitf, but It Cures You. That's the Idea? litn. 50 «!•• HOMO Home mailed froo. OIL COMPANY CHICAGO, The Appetite May bo Increased, tha Digestive orgiiua strengthened, niul the bowels regulated, by tttklug Ayor's Pills. These Pills are purely vegetable In tlielr composition. They, contain neither calomel nor any othor'dnngordus ilrug, aliil maybe taken with porfoctaattty Vypo'i'iiions of all ages. I was a groat sudoror from Dyspepsia und Constipation, I had no appetite, und wan constantly afflicted with llcad- ncho nud Dlvv/.lm>BB. I conmiltoil our family doctor, who prescribed for mo, lit various times, without affording more than temporary relief. I dually commenced taking Aynr's Pills, In a short time my digestion and appotlto IMPROVED my uowols wot o regulated, and, toy the time I finished two uoxos of these Pills my tendency to headaches had disappeared. aud I became strong and well, — " I|ttrJitis;^i ; Xpgan, Wilmington, Del. T:wM;trou;l>lccj, fpr over a year, with Tx)ss of Appouio, and Oonoral Debility. I comuianucd taUing Ayur'h Pills, mid, before finishing half a box of this medicine, my appetite und strength wore ro- Btored. — 0. O. Clark, Uuubury, Conn. Ayor's Pills are the best medicine known to mo (or regulating the bowels, and for all diseases caused by a disordered Stomach and Liver. I suffered for over throe yours With Headache, Indigestion, ' &nd Constipation. I had no appetite, ana was weak pjpd nervous most of the time. -' '?' ,' BY throe boxes of Ayor's Pills, and at tha Hume time dieting myself, I was completely cured. My digiigtlve orgnna oru now lu good order, and I am In perfect uoalth. — I*. Lockwood, Topoka, Kong. Ayor's Pills have benefited mo wonderfully. For months I suffered from Indigestion and Ilcudacho, was restless at night, aud had a bad taste lu my mouth every morning. After taking ono box of Ayor's Pills, all thoao troubles disappeared, my food digostod well, and iny sloop was refreshing. — lluury 0, Uoiniuouway, Kookport, Mags, : I was cured of (ho Piles by the nse ot Ayer's Pills, They not only relieved mo 1 of tlnit paluful disorder, but give we in- moaned vigor, and reutorod my health.— John Liuuruu, St. Joliu, N. B, • ' Ayer's Pills, Pt»p»red by Dr. J. 0. Arer (c Co., Lowtll, Uui. Bold by «U Pru»»l»U MM! P«»leri lu Mtdlelat. ALTON PAUT TELEGRAPH. (Bntcred lu Ictntad-oiiui Matter »t the P. O. at Alton, 111.) MONUAY EVE., MAY 30. MISSING LINKS. Licorice culture is quite »n indnstrj* Rt FJorlda; SaOritniciito ootinty, California, anil Is proving a profltnbh 1 business. Chilnmlina, Mexico, is rapidly being Bottled up by Mormons, who tiro flocking to.,that : eity by hundreds from Salt Lake 6ity. •/ A corrtspondnnt wants to know if it is club cllqiiotto tako a newspaper file away from a member who 1ms fallon aslcop over it. A citizen of Katonvilli!, Georgia, is ofl'oring for sale eight hundred pairs of shoes made before and during the war, at his factory. Horse-thieves are extensively operating in I'alirangat valley, Nevada. Recently thirty-four head of horses wore recaptured from the gang, but tlip thieves escaped. The sporting fraternity of Virginia City, M. '!'., have a man whom they think can break Sullivan's jaw at the first clip. He has cleaned out. everything within reach. Miss Mary Booth, editor of Ifar- pcr's :j)axdr,httB gone to Europe, whero she will spend live months in : travel. This is'-her first real vacation since she took charge of the Bazar twenty vcars ago. Xobuhr Pasha, the king of the African slave-hunters, hast l>eon a prisoner for some time at Gibraltar. Ho i» a shrewd dealer in African negroes, but has never speculated in base-ball players. . / 5 ; The recent earthquakes and other violent disturbances in Italy are attributed to the influence of the sun and moon on the earth. A Gorman, scientist predicts further disturbances from the same cause this year. The venerable Captain BasRctt, who was appointed a page, at the request of .DamcL.VVobstcr, ; and jwlio, lias.ibeen in 'the"employ of the" ^United States Sen- fate i for nearly fifty years,;: is busy at present in writing his reminiscences. Mrs. Thomas A. Hcndricks denies that she has uny intention of writing a biography of the late Vice-President, She is, however, engaged in qlassifyinc and arranging the mass of memoranda left'"by him; which will doubtless be valuable for reference ill the future. A druggist in Brattleborb, Vermont, has connected every bottle containing poison with the proscription desk by eJectricity, so that whenever one is touched a bell gives warning and wakes the compouudor up to see, by a second look, whether ho has the bottle he wants or not. f , " •• The'genial 1 -and ''gentlemanly "barkeeps" of San Francisco arc full of wrath because of the attempt to introduce cash registers, commonly known as f the barkeeper's piano," into the saloons of the Pacific coast. They feel that a stigma has been put upon the , profession. People who purchase fowls in the market seem to prefer those that have a'rlph'yelloivskin, and therefore poultry growers should endeavor to accommodate them; but in reality the dark-legged,fowls 'arei tlvo best for tho : titble,' being finer grained, having a more delicate Jlesh, and withal a tTiin slcin. f Senator-elect Quay of Pennsylvania has an especial fancy for precious stones, and the contents of his wife's jewel ottsos are likely to create d 'sensation in Washington, next winter. She is said to possess a, necklace of singular splendor, composed of diamonds, carbuncles, emeralds, topazes, sardou- yxes, and amethysts. During the recent burial of an Indian near Umatilla, California, a "medicine man" known as Old Tom was shot and instantly killed by another Indian. The assassin is tho brother of tho Indian who was being buried, and ho holiuvod tho medicine man had exerted an evil spirit over his brother, causing his death. ; Tho authorities of Vienna recently took it into their heads to impose a tax of 1,400 HoririR on the chef do claque of the Court opera-house. Tho functionary in question protested, and appealed to.thoJaw> The competent court has decided the case against him, being of opinion that professional applause is a ma.ketahlo commodity, legally subject to taxation. Forty years ago an old lady in Baldwin, Florida, about to die, made her children promise not to bnrv her body. She,.threatened to haunt thorn if they did. And so when she was dead thoy placed the body in i'. stout coffln of Florida pine, phicod it on tho surface of tho ground in the graveyard, and built a strong! log pen nbont it. Tho log house is ingoqu condition now,and so is the uoflin. Dom Pedro, thu Kmpnror of Brii7.il, has been oloctod :is utinciato member of tho Liverpool Astronomical Society. Ho is an enthusiastic amuUnir astronomer, and when thu great comot of 188-' was blazing in the morning sky, he iisnil to tumble out of bed at 4 o'clock in the ,moaning and .ply tho tolescopo and spQctrosoope upon tho 'comet, niul measure the length'of its' ;tall, until t JKV rising sun; blotted : it out of sight. • A gentleman who has just rutnrnod from Southern California stales that one ccnl per pound w:is tho average prlru paid for good gruport last year, and .Unit llm owners of small 'vineyard* soli! tlinlr wine to dealers and parties, who had thu moans' to store it, at from tun lu vi<rhit>un i-miU per gnl. Ion. He docs not think that farmers in tho Status will bo gainers by moving to California unless they uxpuut to derive a bonolll from the uliinato. Thu following preparation applied to the .surface will pi-uvunt any rusting on plows or any other metal surfaces: Mult ono oiinuu of resin in a gill of IhiMuud oil, and when hot mix with two quarts of kerosene oil. This can bo kept on hand and applied In a moment with u brush or rag to the metal surfiico of any tool that is u t going to bo used for a fetf days, prjvehtlng any rusting and saving mneh vexation when the time cornea to use it again, A report has been returned by tho Government relative to the amount of forests consumed in this cotmtrj' to supply railroad lies. We have at present 160,000 miles of railroad and tho report 13 based upon tho return from Oil per cent, of the roads. From this report we find that, allowing the ties to bo renewed once In seven years, there will be required for this purpose and for tho supply of now roails from year to year, tho timber from 665,714 acres. As thirty years will be necessary to renew the growth, wo must set aside us a railroad reserve a tract of woodland embracing 16,971,420 acres to supply the necessary timber for ties —or' an area larger than Vermont, Ntiw Hampshire, and Massachusetts combined. . A petition is being extensively circulated in Maryland, calling the attention of Congress to a system of slavery existing on "vessels engaged in oyster dredging in tho waters of the Chesapeake bay and its tributaries,which, ill its brutality, oppression, and-horrible treatment has rarely been equaled in history. Men are enticed, by false representations, to ship for a short period, and often are kidnapped by brutal force, and kept against their will by force, as slaves on these vessels In tho bay, for throe, four, and five months, being transferred from one boat to another, kept at hard work without proper provision, without pay, and under the most cruel and horrible treatment. Many of them have been murdered, and the murderers have never been brought to justice; and tho sufl'eringof these poor men from maltreatment, as well as tho exposure to cold and to the elements, without proper protection of the law, as there is no police supervision over these waters;- aud your petitioners pray that a committee may bo appointed by your honorable body to inquire into this great grievance, and that such laws may bo passed as will remedy this cruel .wrong." Young Gould and His Wife. The married life of Mr. and- Mrs. Georgo Gould is said by Mr. Gould's friends to be model in all respects. A few years ago this son of a sixty-millionaire was inclined to travel a little more rapidly than is prescribed by orthodox laws, and for a time he didn't care much who know it. Indeed, the gossips insist that he was doing Daly's with a rather merry party when tha present Mrs. Gould made her first impression on him. However that may be, it is undeniable that he has given up the society of his formed associates since his marriage, and 1 that ho goes nowhere now, excepting, of course, on business errands, without his pretty wife. It is no uncommon thing to see them at the theater together, usually in a box, tllough sometimes in a party, fresh from a tempting dinner made more enjoyable by a ten-mile spin on the road. Tho favorable opinion which the older Gould formed of his son's wife immediately after the marriage ho has had no occasion to change, and the two families move along together as peacefully as though no rupture had ever been predicted. The steadiness with which young Mr. Gould has applied himself to his business is still the subject of comment among his friends. At a comparatively early hour every day he makes his appearance in the office and opens the heavy mails that accumulated during the night. The majority of the letters-he answers himself, but those on the most important subjects he lays aside for his father's consideration. They say in New York that he has made a cool million within a year, and that he now aims to become as successful a financier as his father. Still others say that he will realize that wish. • In. the games that have been, going on in Wall street during the past six months he has taken no insignificant part, and where he did not hold a hand himself he know what hands the other fellows held. It is true enough as a rule that tho sons of groat men rarely inherit their father's capacity, but the caso of young Mr. Gould is admitted to be ono that belongs in the list of exceptions.— Philadelphia 2V'mes. A. Wall St. Man Cared ol Sciatica by Allcock's Flatters. •'They" say Wall street is a wicked place and that men occasionally have worse troubles than physical ones. I Yet relief from physical pain gives tho broker a wider margin in that it leaves him a clear head. Kuerone Rubino, Stock and Bond broker, No. 84 Wall street, N. Y., says: In 18811 was continue! to my bed by Sciatica. The pain not only went down mylthigh, but? affected my side as well. 1 suffered 'greatly, and alter having been shut up for four wooks, determined to abandon doctors and their prescriptions, and try Allcook's Porous Plasters. I placed two on my thighs, one on my hip bone and one on my side. I was completely cured in four days; and on the fifth day, after tbo application, was at my business in Wall street. The follow who makes a fortune in some booming town out west we ofton hoar of, but thn poor devil who loses his "little all" in dickering in real os'nto speculations there is seldom advertised. _ Tho peculiar purifying and building up powers of Hood's Sarsapanlla uinko It I ho very best medicine to tako at this season. _ 4 A sound body and a contented mind are necessary to perfect happiness. If you wish to possess these, cleanse your blood with .Ayor's Sarsaparllla. It is perfectly safo to take! and is a thoroughly rolmblo, highly concentrated, and powerful blood purlllor. wlw Tho Chicago News says that tho democratic candidates for tho now judges of Cook county, wore nominated by the United Order of Bartenders. The most sensible, easiest cheapest, most durable, most simple, neatest, ontost thing ever put on u was gon of any kind Is the Itice Coil Carriage Spring, made at Pittston, Pa. and obtained of any good carriage builder, In ft Cuban Hotel. A Cuban hotel is a curiosity to Strangers. The dining rooms nere face the street, and thoy are •; :tw open ns though no Avail separated thorn from,, it. The office counter and tho writing, table, or writing room, are at the end of the dining room, and Dating, wriU- ing, and business goes on inside of tho same walls. This room, however, is a lai'o'o square one,-and there is no confusion. Tho dining tables are of all sizes, so that one can dine alono or a party of a dozen or more can eat their table d'hote together. As to decoration, the brightest of colors are used in tho interior painting of tho hotel, and In sotiio rooms frescoes prevail, lied and sky blue is seen everywhere, and tho Boors of the chambers and halls are paved in,marble and red tile. 1 write this letter in my bedroom. There is no plaster on the ceilings of these hotels, and tho groat rafters above mo are as blue as the bluest sky. Tho windows are almost as largo as tho side of the room, and thoy are kept open day and night. Tho bed is of iron, and the mattress was never made of feathers. A frame work extends on every Cuban bod, and we sleep in cages of coarse hico like that used for cheap curtains at homo. Most of the Cuban beds have no mattresses. The sheets arc stretched on wire springs, and General Brico told mo li^ had great trouble because tho sheet, which was not bigger than a napkin, would work out from under him, and leave his bare logs upon tho naked wire. Tho rest of the woodwork of this room is as blue as tho rafters and every room seems to have its own bright color. Their Business Booming. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of trade at % E. Marsh's Drug | Store as the 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 diseasss quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle froo, largesize $1. Every bottlo warranted. my 1 d w 1m Brace Up. You are feeling depressed, vour 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 60 cents a bottle at K: Marsh's Drug Store. my 1 dw 1 tn Buciuen'g Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores,u.aers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guarantied to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 26 cents pet box. Fnr sale by E. Marsh, Alton, 111. mcb7dwlm The inter state commerce law is the devil fish which will absorb the short line railroads and make mineemeat out of Cullom's boomlet for the presidency. -Ex. Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Bosehee's German Syrup to let Its wonderful qualities be known to their friends in 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 we consider it the duty of all druggists to recommend it to the poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles wore sold last year, and no ono caso 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, 76 cents. Sold by all druggists ana dealers, in the United States and Canada. ]a3 dw eow ly A. J. HOWELL, -DBALEttJ. INii FURNITURE I A Full and Complete Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND. AM, OBDE» VOli UPHOLSTERING Noutly and promptly executed. Belle St., bet. Third and fourth. -AI.80- UNDERTAKER. UE8IDBNOH COR. STATE & SEVENTH 8TS T. L, FOULDS & CO,, ATEJNTION ! The Pickle Factory to make contracts for CIMMBOS For IMckle )>un>o»on. Will pay 40o, Mo ami OOo nor buuliel foe UuouinburH not longer tlmu 4 In., a hi, and 'i lu., lu good shujio. Will tiike ull iliut euii lie rnlHOi', wliutliorby uontruot or not. Th« M«n<shMtor Atone of tuc " Window!' MOST PERFECT MADE no Amtn9nm,ijuiii:.Aiiuiiu» * nu;>i.«»v«-.~--- ---- ISxtracle, Vanilla, Loiuon, etc., ilavor dolidounly. •F._SMC»M£!P,3& WHIFFLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOANAGENTS, lUBKHKHKNTING XJTE FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Oo.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix,, Franklin, of PlilladelylUa; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.>, Continental; Glrard; | Glens Falls, Amercan Central; • Firemen's Fund, Western Assurance Uo. • AND OTHERS! A OA8H CAPUA] IN THE AGGREGATE OF $20,000,000. WK AJflO JUCPEBSKNT THK Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark, K. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co..Hartford. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third,and State sts. For Sole or nenc. A desirable tenement on Bluff street, owned by Mrs 8. J.Dutro. WHIPPLW &8MILEY • For bai« The. late residences of J. i. and W. H. Mitchell, on Mill St., two of fc.ii beat. pieces ol residence property In Alton. The property known as "Tne Park, east ol above; It loti on Mill and Summit streets, an J a number ol ots la Miller * Mitchell's addition to Alton. Any or all of above at a great bargain. WTlIPPfjE & SMILEY. nor aaie. The Marrlman property on State fltroo in Miller & Mlchelf's add., to Alton, IK .story bouse, £ rooms and out-buildings; all in per feet order. Can be had at a bargain. SMILEY. For Sale. • A 7-roombrlok dwelling and out buildings on Thlid street, between Cherry and Vine. WIQPPLE & SM 1ST. , ' For Bent. Late residence ol M. J. Noonan on State street, known as the A. Platt place. Good 9 room brick houeo, in llrst class repair. - WHIPPLB A SMILEY. ' JTor Sale. The Woodroof property. A 2 story frame house of 8 rooms, on Fifth and Alton streets a 4 room frame house on Fifth street. WH1PPLE A 8MT1..KY. Ifor Sale. Five building lots on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth and Twelfth streets, WHIPPLE & SMILEY. For Sale. Lime kiln, in good running order, with quarry and 12 acres of land, more or less known Hi the Shelly tract. WHIPPLE & SMILEY. For Bent. A two story brlok dwelling known as the A. Platt homestead; lately put In good repair. WHIPPLK & SMILEY. For Sale. Seven lots with good brlok dwelling and outbuildings, in good repair, In Upper Alton Residence of O. E. Collins, and known as th< Merrill property. WHIPPLE * SMILEY,, Al ton, or D. w. Collet, Uppsr Alton. For Bale. The 2-story frame dwelling with 0 rooms Including 7 lots: good barn and fine bulta known as the Nichols homestead, situate< on 12th st,, In a dosliaolo neighborhood. .. WmPPLBASMXLEY.; Desirable Residences for Sale. A two story brick dwelling on State stree known as A. Platt, homestead, lately pu In good repair. A two story frame dwelling on Main street,' nearly now,; A two storj brick dwelling on Seventh street, all for sale at a sacrifice, owner having decided to gr vest WHIPPLE & SMILEY Fur Bent. Two-story house and good stable on Com man street. Good fruit. WHIPPLE A SMILEY. E.J.PENIFOLD,Prop FIASA STREET, Between ; Second and Third Alton, 111. MOST CONVENIENT DINING ROOM ] THE CITY. GOOD TABLE AND BEA- SOKA.UI.iB KATES, CALL AND ' HE CONVINCED. myOdwSm HIS SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Machines. We have now the B, & GK Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Rug Patterns and Machines. E. H. OOULDING. Listen to Your Jutttf ' MM, oWtiff-on the woodland ways J With ip» ot rhododendrons and IgrleWaiaiiei ot May blossoms I i i "Tlicre waa an lu. torestlng group. ' It included ono who had Icon a?"Cotton gplnncr," but wan now so Paralyzed III That lie Could only hear to lie In a reclining position. '. This refers to my case. I was first Attacked twelve years ago with 'Locomoter Ataxy" (A pnriljtlo dlnoaso of norro flbra rarely over on«d) and was for several years hardy able to get about. And lor tho last five years not able to attend .0 my .business, although. Many ttiuirii havo been dnnc for inc. The Jut oiperlmont liclnK norvo "trotclilhf. . Two yeM»»golwnavoWa Into the ,/•-•; , Homo Mr Ineumblcol 1 Nfiarf;Manchester, "i am'no "advocate:" "For anytliing In tho shape of ptt'tont "Medicines J , ' '• • And made many objections to my dear wife's constant urging to try lln;> luttors, hut finally to pacify her— Consented I I ; , .-.'., I liad not quite flnUhod the first* bottlo when I felt a chahire come.over ,100'. Tlilii was Saturday, November 3d. On Sunday morning 1 felt BO strong I r,ald to uiy room companions, ''I was sure I could :' • "Walk I : . • Bo started ttcrosB Ihe floor and back. .-_ I hardly know how 10 cotitnin uiyiotf. rwna nil ,vcr tlio house. :l«ni xafnlnie utreiiBtn ooob ilayj ind can -walk niilto 8St« wlUiout any "Btlok!" •1 •m'naw'a't niypwnliniisp,nnd liopo »oop tobirtlfl to earn my own llvlaif cgnln. llmvo boennnionilio* oltlioManchciitot' : "Boy»l KxolmnBO" MAWWU^Dlllll, iu..v>f. J"M.I i., ."TV Two years iator am per/ci'tly well. One Exporlonco of Many. Having experienced a^reat deal of "Trouble I" from Indigestion, so much so that 1 came near losing my C Lifel :' ' '••'•. My trouble always came ilfter-cfttlug any food— . :•-./:•-.•• ;--.;' '- •' Howover llcht, ; ;.;": And dlgoatfiilo, For two or three hours at a time ! had to go through the most- ' >..-. Excruciating pains, ,« "And the only way I ever got" "Relief I" •-/-.v;vJ Was by throwing up all my stonxich'.con- talned I I No one ;cau conceive the.'.'palns thatlhadtogothroagh;-until ; "At last!» I was taken I "{3o that for 7 three weeks I lay In bed and ; . .• ' ' Could cat nothing I I i My sufferings-were so that I called two doctors to give me something that would stop the pain. •ni"' ! Their efforts were no Rood to me., . •: At last 1 heard a good deal .: v : "•; "About your Hop Bitters I'.. ^ •: And determined to try them.-!! ;•: : Got a bottle—luf our hours I took the contents of One / / / / Next day I was out of bed, and have not Been a "Sick!" Hour, from the same cause, tlnce: I have recommended lt ;i to hundreds ot others. You have no such ' "Advocate as J am." OHO. KENDALL, AllBton.Jiostou. MOM. KAItWAT T1MK TAllLB. CHICAGO AND AX.TON. On and after Sunday, May (1st, 1887, train' on the Chicago nnd Alton raUro«d, will leavt the Union Depot, Alton, standard time, ai follows: For Chicago and tha East! Chicago Mall'... 0:00 a.m Chicago Accommodation* .6.'00p.in' LUrhtnlng Express* ...,9:10p.m Feorla nnd Book Island Fast Line t,9.'00 a. m For JaobsonvlUe, Keokuk, Qnlnoj, Kan|§ns City,and all points west; Kansas City Mall* .; ...... 9:00 a, m. Kansas City-Express* 9:10 p. is Denver Express t • • • 7:10 p. m. JocksouvlUQAccommodatlont... '/:lOp, m. For St. Loula i LlehtnlnKExpress*.................6:4B a,m Owuago Aoooinmodatlon*. .;.•...';.9:80 a. in Alton Special t 19:86 p. m Kansas City Mall*.... 5:(0p.,m OhlottBOlLallr........... ., 8:?Op. in tliAJNSLBAVK ST. LOUIS .UNION DEP01 FOKAityroii. M 50a.m. ' W 00p.m. *1 50p.m. *7Mp.m. (8 45 a. in. Sundays only).' •Dally ' rErcept Sunday. • 8.,D.'KBBVB, Sup't. 81. Zx)ulB Division " q. Voui!18,Tloki'tAir*nt. •With sliding Detachable dpfiiigfs. -.cantBeJter^tluio 'Wualebbne or ' HorilV^p and gruaranteed never to break. Price, $1,25. Forialo \>y leaUlag wholowje and.retail ctt«b- lilhmculs. ' • Br ^ • • MAYER, STROUSE&CO. 412 Broadway, N. Y., Manufactarera. J. WILKES FORD & CO. Ol <fc OU AV. 'WaihlnBton Bt., Ohleuco, III. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS And Decora In Uoollag; material!. Our facilities forgoing work-in Alton Are ouch that wo oan do the very best quality of Folt and Gravel Hooting, tho game as In use on all thellrst-olasB buildings In Chicago at a lower price tlmn Tin or Iron, and warrant our ro ,?f"«'?,?flvoyoara. Wo aUo sell materials with fall. Instruction how to do tlio ,wor» or furnish an oiperlepood meat. '• i? .apMoly PILESV WtHEUM ' ( IO11N BAUER, IDKALKU IN AND UANUfAOTDBEB FURNffURE. SECOND; STREET, Oppy01tjrJIMI t AI.TON, All kinds of floe anij r ' constantly on hand, Also 1 < * J ' ^&^^giM^^g»A^,A^.^L' itM : 3myM&6iMmiteammiii '•^^m^iMta^J^^Lh

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