Alton Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1900 · Page 7
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Alton, Illinois
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ALTON. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY JAN. 4, 1900. Young Girls How easy it is for young girls to go into the' 'decline, They eat less and less, become paler and paler and can harldy drag through the day. They are on the steady down* ward course, Iron does them no good; strychnine and bitters all fail. They need a food that will nourish them better, and a medicine that will cor* rcct their disease. Scott's Emulsion is both of these, elegantly and permanently combined. The Cod-Liver Oil makes the blood richer, and this gives better color to the face. The hypophosphites of lime and soda act as a .strong tonic to the nerves. Soon the weight increases, the digestion improves and health returns. At all druggists; soc, and fi.oo. SCOTT & BOVVNK, Chemists, New York. 3D flr«t-olB8»rinsur- *nnn Companies. cor. Monrt Mews S/U.K Small farm, ot about 21 anres, with 5-room house (nearly now). Orobaid, with HUB small fruit. Price S.2,000. 3 mlloi from Alton. 6-room dwelllr.e; good lot. with fine shade trees. Two blocks from car line. Price $800 5-room dwelling on Kldgo st. Price $1200. A li-room dwelling In Mlddlotown. Lot l20i 120 fuel. Price S1700, TWO good lots corner 10th and Easton ste. New 4-rooii dwelling on Main st. Prlco $10(X) uomo fln« lots in Atkinson pla< e on Main st. Lot with building; on good bustnofls »treet. Pi Ice $1,000. A two mnry frame dwelling with nix rooms on Bluff street west of State. A 5 room dwelling with lot trontlnc on reet on Langdon street, near Eighth. The new 'dwelling of L. W. Davis ou State trept, -vlthS rooms and bath. Heated with urosce. Pared s^rnet. Connection with newer. The Dr. Hardy property corner 5th and Alb> lb. Lot 120x120 feet with 2 dwellings- The residence of Geo. Klrsch on Belle acreati rooms and bath room: In good repair. Tho Id-room residence of S. H. Nichols ot Ungdop st. Lot 70x120 feet. A line location. Terms easy. MlneS-room dwelling (nearly new) with bath •oom; heated by furnace; In Ulddletowu The fine lot of David Doyle on Bluff ttrset Ith 4-room brlok dwelling, Some One lot. jou Bluff street with brick pav- and sewer; no grading, In T. L. Foulda add A fine 6-room brlok dwelling, hevt«d with (team. Lot 120x120 foet ; flne fruit; halt block jrom Henry street. A desirable residence on Prospect street with < rooms. Heath with furnace. Lot W teet on rofloeot B"-eet. A flne property on thenortn elde ot Second ttreet, went ot Langdon street. An 8-room dwelling with lot 120x120 reet: flne tiult. One ot the finest location In Middle Alton A 9-room dwelling with about IVi acres of {round. Fine fruit and shade trees 1 Dloalts rom oar line In Upper Alton. Several one lott on Bnue atreec between 16th ltd 18th sts. The flnedc'ible dwelling ot Mr. R. Garaung, aea;ed by steam with modern improvement!.. A-ery desirable tf-room brlok dwelling, 5U dtlln street, wltn all modern Improrements. The Plas» Foundry, everything complete, In- udlag lu lots; switch connection with C. * A. Alton Novelty Mtg. Co. property on 24 street, Deluding 4 lots ane lots in H'.gtxland Park, each 70 by about teet. A rood 8-room dwelling on Second itreet. lie double brick duelling corner Third and ' Iby streets, one ot the flneit locutions In Alton n guoa 1-room dwelling; good lot and floe A new ten room dwelling In Upper Alton, igood •canon. A k ood lot W*lo teet on Baston street. „ . A mod brick dwelling with 2* lots In Middle-* uwn, Convenient to motor Fine location . A u ID vestment 1 b< ana reuldeaoa ot Albart Wide on Belle r -n.wlth 10 roams and flnlihed attic, bath IDA waou rooms, Good cellar, Qas and waterj liable and carriage house. Lot M feet i*ont, Abloom dwelling with 2 good lots on Firth i ton, east ot Ridge street. Price, 11.600, A goud B room brlok dwelling with 2 luts on , A «ood v room dwelling with Qua river vl»w, eemd by hot water. . > fOR RBNT. 8' room dwelling with bath room on Belle st, New store roooi and two 4-room teoomeitt "lib bau room; 2nd street near Cherry For Sale or Rent. Topping homestead, cor. lllh and Easton sts, sealed by furnace, bath room, lot 120x120 feet. Price $4, i<X). Terms easy. i N. KKIUOJ.,1) rt HKIHOI.I; SEIBOLl) I3ROS., Livery, Feed and Boarding Stables. Rubber Tireo Carnages, Trapa and KuicBX Single Unvote. Warm niablo. O(-on Day and Night. 1 No. U4 west Uh Bis. - Alton, 111, MXON ooo and Superintendent n and SpeoifloatlonB for Work f oourately FnrnJabed, BANK SHELLED DAILY. Advices from Ladysmith Up to Dec. 22. TOTAL CASUALTIES MIM'K SIEGE. They foot lip Nnvcnty MHII Killed mill a;|(l Wotiiuleil — IMi'iily nf I'rovlxloii* In the Town—Ilitcm Monnt ii Nmv llm\ It/or on Surprint- Hill In IMncn nl'tliit Our t:upl- iiriMl IHirliiK » Siirtln liy UIH tlrltlftli — Nil Sljrll Of lllllTH AftMUlllllIK HH- Tl»M II. Cii|)i! Town. ])(•<.'. m—A (llxpiiicli from Cnidock reports heavy firing lu the ilii'i'dloii of .Slonril)ci'(f. M Its Kttp- posod this is connected with (Jt-ih-iMil (JiiUicrt>'s ntlompt (o reopen ooiiiijiuii- Icutloii with the 1 ndwe collieries. London, Dec. 30.—Tho war ofiice linn received tlie following dlspnteli: "Cape Town, Dec. 28.—The Indwo colliery Hue Is now working iifraln." r.oiidon. Dec. :JO.~-Tlie following VwH~bcen received""from"]Metorinni-liz- IIIII-R, under date of Dec. :.'": "A dfs- patcli from Liidysinlth, dated Dec. i>2. says: 'The Boers have mounted another liowllxer on Surprise hill, replacing Hie Rim cnplnred In the north) of the. rifle brigade. While tliey watch us nliflill.v with n sciii-clilljrlil mid liom- bard the plnce daily, they show no signs of assaulting tlie iown. They probably think they can stnrv(.« us out. but we have plenty ol' provisions. The total casualties since the siege begun are seventy men killed and 'Jliii wounded.' " KnUinisltihiii AmmiK Troitp.t. I)ls|inlclips t'roni all parts ol' South Africa emphasize the great enthusiasm among the troops and public occasioned by the appointment of Ceneral Itoberls and Kitchener. The announcement that the former will have supreme command and thai the latter will be cliiff of stall' has largely dispelled tlie depression in ('ape Colony caused by the recent reverses., while. the soldiers anticipate everylhin:: from the presence of "Bobs," from success In battle lo Caper beer. Advices from Cape Town, dated Dec. 'J-i. say an investigation shows that Ihe reportetl disaffection a lining the Dutch in Victoria west district has been overdrawn. The farmers, it is pointed out. tire mostly land owners and will not risk the loss of their farms by risim* l-'n-u Sliili-i'» ICi-ln-M- lo l-'iulil. A dispatch from Lorenzo Marques, dated Dec. '2:>, says a ciirious story is ciirrenl. emanating from lioer sources, that .Matt Steyn. In-other ol' the president of the Orange Free State, and NIK) Kree Sinters have definitely refused to continue ihe war. Matt Steyn, acting as spokesman of the parly, is reported to have told the epresident reported to have told tlie president that lie was only authorized to intervene in tlie Interest of peace, and that the burghers did not feel they were hound by his "unwarranted conduct." especially as they ran the risk of confiscation of their property, and they simply desired Co'be permitted to farm In peace and proposed to immediately return to their farms. ita(l<<u-l'<i\v**H\ I'rorlaimitIon. The toxt of Colonel r.i|den-rowell's proclamntion to the burghers besieging Mafekiug. ihe gist of which has already been cabled, comes from Lorenzo Marlines. After asserting that tlie republics cannot hope for foreign intervention, and pretending to relate the exact attitude of all Kuropean powers, including Kmperor William, who, the colonel says, "fully sympathizes with JOngland." Hadeii-I'owell makes the extraordinary statement thai "the American government has warned the others of her Intention to sldo wilh England should any of them Interfere." I-'lvi- Mi-ll TII Itc <ln i-|-i,|i-d. San .hum, Puerto Itico, Dec. ;ui.— Five men have been stMitenced to be jarroled by the supreme court at I'oiicf. Twenty men, armed wlfJi gnus nnd machetes, robbed-a house at Van[•o, province of Police, and murdered a nitin named I'rudeiiclo Mende/,, a vein- ago. They also danced around he body wllh Ills daughters, who were under compulsion. Seven of the men were caught, bill subsequently one of heso escaped and one died in jail, CltifniH nf $i«'in* Mmiuirrr*. Des Moines. la., Dec. lid.—The (Ji>nr nanagers in ilie senatorial fight here nivc Issued an olllcial statement, In which they claim seventy-six votes In he Joint caucus, l-'il'ty-nlne voles will lominaic Tin- stalemcni says live Members this week hnve declared hcmselves for Kowcn, the ({ear candl- lale for speaker, in addition to those wlm took positions last week in favor >f 'ii'iir and Buuvn. I'H-i- iil.liiirlinutiiii, III. Hnrln.uioii. la.. Dec :in.--The build- ug ami I'cuiirin-- of the Itlklen- \Vlliy.iT. wholi'-iil"' grocery. Were de• ..yc.l by !il c, i-i!*!;l ililiy ;l IIKS of jjil.'ill,- HHI. '1'hr in .urance is alioitl ijitl.'i.Oilli. I'he HMD K well known throughout own. HliniiK Mini Missouri. The in- disc mlil |i, cVi'llh'd tile llretliell from loin;: elVeciive work. The origin of Ihe lire is unknown. I'u Amuse tin- (.iii-rlMin at Guam, Washington, Dec. .",u.- -In answer to is appeal I'm- I'oiiii'iliutloiis of books iml papers for ihc uarrison at (iiiam the navy depiirinicin has received U'JS book>. .'1.1'IT inaglizliies. •_' MS illustrated Weekly papers, seventy I wo sets of dominoes. Kcvriii.v l \vii set- nf checkers Illlil sevelily-l \MI -els of ulplutbcl blocks, ihe lasl to lie used In lr;li-)i Ihc naiivi' i-liMilivn. Iti'i rniliiiK K -uilr/Mint ill rli-i I'fiinil Washington. Dec. ,",u.The navy pai'lnicnt has ilcdilcd to open a reeling relldez\ oils ill I 'levelaild. (I.. In <-ordaiice wllh ils policy of men from ihe iiiicrior :i> I'm- H-. pu ble. Lielllenaiil It L. Iln-M'll lias placed In charge of the oillcc .11 ('I- \ ,• land, wllh Medical IHH»'< i< i M ii. Simons and Acling \Varrani \liii '. ...>i ,1. L. King as his nssisinnts Iliuliuml iimi M Hi- Hi -in! HoelHlhter, llld., Dec. "'' i > ' more deaths occurred at Ivli-ir.. ;, this comity, of milk slciiiii-s- i ; I 1 '. Long nnd wife were ihe vir.i: Tho (Joalhs oeciirred vvltliin a i • •• hours of each utlicr. Their son If HIM lying at tlio paint of BALKS A CONFIDENCE MAN. Stli hfuini Mini Hi'iiii'tnlii'i-', n I'ninlly In- «>lll('IH illlM III Till,!'. Chicago, Dec. ,'!<i.~-H. n. Funk, a collector for 'n manufacturing concern living In Alhens, Mich., narrowly escaped being swindled by S. Slinniomta, an alleged confidence man. lie discovered the scheme In time lo avoid pecuniary loss and had the man nr- rested. He told Ids experience to .lux- tlee Martin at the Harrison street: police station later. "It was on Slate street. Mr. Judge." said the man from Michigan. "1 was on my way to (he depot'(o go home and this man came up ntid asked-me If my name was Fink. I said Ill/it It was not. but i hat he had come pretty close to It. 1 told him that my name was Funk, and then he asked me If 1 was noi from Michigan. I said 1 was. and then he asked me If 1 knew Ed Waierman I'ro'm our town. I said I did. lie said he was Waterman's brother and told me he was just returning from the Klondike, where he had made a fortune In gold inlneH. "He showed me a little gold nugget, and asked' me to go to a saloon, as he wanted to send a lump of gold back lo his brother by me. 1 was about to go with him. when I remembered that I0d Waierman never had a brother. I was on my guard after that, and stood talking until a policeman came along.' 1 The charge against Slmmonds was changed to vagrancy ami the hem-Ing continued until Jan. 5. , MASKED ROUBER KILLED. Hi- mill AnullK'r Man Alli-tnplci! tn Hold I'll n Sli I C'lir. Seattle, Wash., Dec. 30.—Twi masked men held np a Italian! strei cm- al 11 o'clock at night. There wen cigilit passengers aboard and a regului fusillade of' shots was tired. One ol the passengers named IMIiupion, insldi the car. opened lire on the highway man entering from the rear and threi shots were relumed. one liroki Plimpton's iimi and the other enterei his In-cast. A stranger standing on tin front: end of the car which was lirst boarded cried out: "Look out. I an laying for them." and tired. At UK tirst shot the robber mi the froni reeled from the car and Hod to tin woods. After the tiring on the rear end ceased the second robber took to Mu woods. Mullets passed through tin clothing of two other passengers. Thf robbers secured tiotiu'ir/. Shortly aft ei' midnight tlie police found near the scene of the car held up the body of one nf Hie two robber*. lie had beei almost instantly killed by a bullet from a passemrer's pistol. The body is stil uiildentilied. ISniilt Looti-r Surrenders. New York. Dec. ,'!(!.—Lewis K. Goldsmith, assistant cashier of the Port .lervis National bank nf I'ori .lervis. N. V.. who is alleged to'have rob'oeil that insiliuilon of .Sir>4.(ino on Nov. 14 last, and also tn have fasltied UK bank's books, has surrendered himself to 1'nited States Marshal llenliel in tliis city, (ioldsiniih left Port .lervis four days before a warrant was issued for his arrest, and lie has sin been a fugilive. Ills left arm was In a sling, and lie said that he had fallen off' a train and broken his collarbom Me waived examination and was held In Sin.nou bail for the grand jury Tor ItMiiip of I-'in-l AVayno, Mishawaka. 1ml.. Dec. '.'>>;. -The rectors and consultors of the rhocesc of Fort Wayne have submitted to Rome as candidates for the bishopric tin. 1 names of the following: The L'cv. John Schoenhoft. D. I.)., rector of St. Lawrence church. Price HID; the Jtev. John II. (luendllng of Fort Wayne, and the l!ev. F. A. O'Brien of Kalamazoo. Mich. Dr. Schoenhoft Is believed to be the leading nominee. He was graduated from the American collegi at Koine, where he recc.ived a doctor's hat. He was ordained priest in 187i5 and Is 5(i years old. Dralli nl' Thoitui*, MacKcllar. Philadelphia. Dec. ."•().—Thomas MacKellar. senior member of the lirm of MacKellar, Smith & Jordan, type founders, is dead of pneumonia at'his home in (iermantown. Mr. MacKel lar, who was a printer, poet and author, was born In New York Aug. 1'J. ISI2. At llie age of 1-1 years he was given employment in the ollice of tlio New York Spy and later In the publish- lllg house of .1. it .1. Harper, lie I-IKC In business lill he became a partner In tile type foundry of MacKellar. .Smith & Jordan. Ml-a. \ViHiillilli-.v rincil $.1(1. J-tostnii, Dec. .'!().—Judge lira ley. In the superior court equity session, found the plaintiff in Hie $i>,'il).l)0i) libel suit of Mrs. Josephine C. Woodbury vs. Mrs. Mary Maker (',, Kddy guilty of contempt of conn as charged against her lu the defendant's petition in causing certain articles to be pub llslieil in certain newspapers concerning the issues lu Ihe case and calculated to obstruct the course of justice In ihe trial of die case. She was lined $."ili Mrs.-Woodbury paid the line. Mint II U \Vllr Inr n Unrulnr. New York, Dec. ;«i. Alfred Morrison, a ni'ul'essor of languages, mistook liis wife for a burglar duriui; the iiiiiht and shot her. at their home In Mount Vermin, N Y. The bullet elf leivil her left shoulder ami is lodged near the I mm She Is in M t Tllle:il run diliim a l »d may die. .Mrs. .MnrrNmi excused tier husband from all blame, lie Is iilniDsl insane from grief. Mrs. Morrison's baby was sick al night ami she arose to gel the child siiine lhi',i. cine Iliiriiril I |i IK>.'M>O In (MUM, Itriixil. Ill'l.. Dee I!". Peter A. Kel' nedy, a leading farmer, discovered his relatives were laklnu sleps In have menial rim<li!um iiniiilrcd Into lie al once came In iliis i-lly and drew S.YiiOn out »r the l-'irsi National bank When lie was .hljmlucd insniic a feu days ayn die money cnnld not be found. Now Kennedy lias Informed his relatives iimi he inirncil the money u lien he drew ii I'riiiii the hank He Is now sick ami in a <T!I!C,-I| condition AIIUIIH \ IIIXM-II lllMIIII-. Chicago, Dec. ,'tit. .Insiali II. Itlsscll, attorney ami author of liihscll's Law Ueporls, was adjudged Insane li\ Judge JOIICK and a jury at die Insam- ceitri and seni to the Klglu asylum for ircalmcni. Dr. \\'. II. lluiiiei* county physician, suld Mr. Hissell was HiinVrlng from a chronic mania from which he might obtain temporary ru- lli't' In a hliort time. Two Trains Crash Together at Brighton, Colo. TERRIFIC FORCE OF THE IMPACT. CUM TclcM><i|u'<t, DC nil led nnd Devoured I).V Plumi-*—HilKKJiRi'iiinn nit tint Chi!)- PIIIIO Triiln th« Only IVrmiii Killiul, but a Number \»ri> liiJnriHl—TliR Wounded Taken to Drini'i- nnil I'lni-i-d In Hinpl- lull—Hlnmi' for Ai-Hilnnt Not Vfl l-'lxvil. Denver, Dec. 3d.—The Cheyenne Hy- or oil the Union I'acllle railroad crushed Into the nouldur Valley train at Hrlghtou, Colo., at ii o'clock In the morning, one man was killed and eleven persons were injured, as far as known, as follows: Killed—William JtaudJcmajj. baggageman on Cheyeniie. train. Injured: 1'asengers on Konl- der Valley iraiu—K. W. Tompklns, traveling man, Kansas City; K. V. Davis, traveler for Nash-Smith Tea ami Coffee company. Denver: .lohn 1'ayne, HonMcr; ,S. ({. llursi, Lmuker, Hrighton: Mrs. Margaret (i. Voung. Section miM) on the Hoiilder \'al)ey i rain: .lohn Mc(Jovern. foreman, Deliver, serious; .lames Mc(!overn. foreman's brother, serious: .lohn Hlegan. foreman: John Cervington. laborer: .lohn Kennedy, laborer; .lohn l''lannery. laborer. The Houlder Valley train left Denver u little late and. as usual, slopped at Hvighton, which is tlie junction for the Boulder Valley line from the main line to Cheyenne. It was here that Banker Hurst of Mrlghton got on the train, just before the collision. The <.'he.venneJJ.ver. I'liion I'acilic traiu .Vo. 3. also left Denver late and in coining into JSrijrlitou in the early morning dusk, ran into the roar end of the Boulder Valley train, telescoping two or three cars and derailing tlie passenger locomotive. The section gangs from the Denver yards and half a dozen passengers occupied tlie Moulder train. Two cars on I lie (Iyer were burned. Mrs. Voting was In the chair, car with six children. Xone of the children were hurt. l*lt\Mi-lan.M Hurry tn tin- Nrriir. KupcrintamlelH Detiel went out on a special train from Denver with Drs. Lemon and Taylor. They found all (he wounded at the Brighton hotel, being cared for by the Htizens. Tin Brighton hnse company was pouring water on Ihc blazing baggage car and had discovered the remains of tlie dead baKga^i'man. The wounded wcri brought to Denver about noon and taken to hospitals. Superintendent Deitel says he cannot understand why the Boulder I rain was not on the sid track. II had twenty minutes to clear the Cheyenne liver. The Boulder train consisted of fourteen loaded freight cars and a heavy caboose. Engine No. S15. the big machine hauliii Ihe ilyor. lies on! on the prairie, a total wreck, nil evidence of how hard the crash was. ('rn/.rtl by the AccIuVnt. . Conductor Me.Mllsler of the Boulder Valley train was crazed by the accident, lie attempted to .jump Into ihe burning wreckage and had lo lie forcibly restrained. Kemarkable fortltudi was shown liy Fred Laws, brakeman on the Boulder Valley train, lie was making a coupling near Die head of the train when the collision occuri Ho was thrown down and a wheel ran upon his log, pinning him down. His cries for help were not heard, and he drew a knife from Ids pocket, cut off Ills leg and crawled from under the car. His recovery is doubtful. FATAL C-OI.LINION IN OHIO. Hnilii'liniii (ii-nrj,-!- \V»rni>r l» ' Klllnl nnil ' Other Trainmen Injured. Columbus. (').. DPI-. Jil).—A rear-end collision on the Columbus, Siindnsky nnd Hocking railroad casl of this city resulted in the death of Brakeman George Warner and the severe injury of Kngineer-T. .1. Schaoffer. Brakciuaii AValler M. Camp and Fireman Fred Irey. As a result of the collision an engine was reduced to scrap, a caboose and a coal car overturned and burned. Tin 1 trains were headed west, the first one having been divided into sections to go over a heavy grade. The second train dashed Into the second section of the lirst train wlillc it was standing on the main track. The illume has not been lixed. Warner was crushed in the caboose. llrulii'i. Itel'lloed to Win-It. Cleveland. O., Dec. ltd.—A street car on the 1'earl street line of the Big Consolidated ran into a freight train on the Nickel-Plato railway and was demolished Moiormaii Stillson and four passengers were badly injured, The accident was caused by ihe failure of tlie brakes on the street car lo work. lOleven passengers mlrai-ulonsly escaped, with slighl injuries and nervous Jiocks. Aoiihyxlntrd in 11 Tinini'l. Hinloii. \V. \'a.. Dec. .'in. --Cliesa- peakc-aml Ohio Kuirlnccr .lohn Wise of Clifton I'oryc, Va . was asphyxiated In a tunnel here. Two other irainmcii with him may die liilli-n liy a Mail l>uu, Chicago, Dec. :iu. - A supposed mad dog attacked Frank Courvllle. ."i years old, while in from of Ihc residence of Ills parent*. -ITn \\Yst Thirty clulnli street, tearing ihe child's clothes ami Idling his cheek. I'airnliimn David Olson and l.iculcmitil llicliard Mooiv f Ihc Itrighlon Park station then fought a liMlllc with the dou The iiiimal mil- ilic policemen's iinifiirms. but limilly was killed. I.II.VN Irioilili- In llnu Irl-iii, Chicago. Dec. .'in Kdgar A. Coupon. '.\'i-'.\ Khniles avenue, told .Insliee Hall that his hmue had been mined i.v his wife's persistent adherence to llotvleisui. lie l',;lil been arrested' hargcd \\ilh tlii'eatcnlii^ her. He stilled thai his wife had malirealeil ilni since slic joined Xiuii and linally mil refused lo cook his meals. The •use was continued a week. riiiiililiiin ul Idilmid Iti-i'il, Ne\\ York, Dee ;ill. Itnhind HIM .1. who several days ayo iitnlcrwcnl a •mrglca! operaiioii al SI. Luke's hospl ul, Is rcporicii in be resting as comfortably UK .'oiilil he expeeled. He Is Hiiffcrlng but little pain and IK no DlmMtroilH t'rnlrli- ITri;. Wiliuot, S. D., Dec. till. -News has been received here of a disastrous prairie lire four miles north of here which destroyed the large house and barn of William Nagle, a barn and ;{.")(! bushel:! of wheat and S(K) Imshcin of on tn. farm machinery, etc., belonging lo John tnglert, several Indian buildings and about UiiHI tons of hay belonging to farmers. The loss of the hay Is most serious as feed wax already scarce and It was depended on to winter the stock. The lire Hlarted from sparks from a burning barn belonging to Horace (ireeley, an Indian. AVIII Ntil ItfOiRiltzi''* Tuylur'n A |l|iolnI,•<•«, Frankfort. Ky.. Dec. 21).—Samuel Shackelford. clerk of th<* court of appeals, whose duty It is under the election law to administer the oalh of of- ll'-e to members of the board of elections, announces that he will not rec- ognise tin- appointees of ('overnor Taylor. Messrs. Mackey and Cochran. Messrs. Poyntx. and Fulton will elect a third member of the board In place of Kills, resigned. It has not yet been determined how the matter will be brought before the courts, but such a procedure is inevitable. Fire at lndlaiia|>ollx. Indianapolis, Dec. 21).—The three- story building In the north side of Washington street, between Meridian and Illinois streets, occupied by Brosnan Bros., dry goods, was gutted by tire early iu die morning. The llriii loses about $(!."i,00<>. two-thirds of which is covered by Insurance. The building was owned by Kdward Scliurmann and was (Imuagcd .several thousand dollars. Children Hurl In an Arcldi'iit. Wilmington, Del., Dec. U!).-—As llu children of the Union Methodist Kpls copal Sunday school were tiling on tin platform preparatory to a Christmas vuterfdnmeut the platform broke an about seventy-five children wen dropped to the floor ten feet below Five of the children were seriously injured and about a dozen sustalnei sligbl bruises. STUBBORN OLDS cold is easily taken ; it io some people all winter and y -ifren develops nito bronchitis or sumption. You should cure a cold mptly hv taking-Dr. Bull's Cough •up. Thic, celebrated remedy is ac- i\vlcdjred to be most efficient and able for all affections of the throat lu.igs. It cures a cold at once. ugh Syrup Promptly cures Stubborn Colds. Ii.,<,-< ii, t . >inall nnil pleasant to take. Doctors i.-xummeuil it. 1-ricc- 25 cts. At all druggists. S htirtlett School ot ML/SIC AND ART. UPPER ALTOh, ILL. W. D. ARMSTRONG, Director. First term begins September 22d. 1898. For course in Instrumental and Vooal Music, Elocu- lloa and painting. Bend for Catalogue. CHALLACOMBE & KENNEDY 208 STATE STREET paeial attention given to Jobbing and re-writ. Telephone No. 3764. Alton Conservator} 123 East Second st., Alton, Ninth Year. Second Term. Sept. Miss Adelaide Kalkman, Mlaa Alice K. Marsh, Voice Culture and Sight Kinging. Mibe Agnes Gray, violin, Miss Florence Whlpple, Stenography Typewriting, Miss Agatha Murphy, Special Studies. Well equipped with library and apparatus. Tho Conmirvntory Is an Alton Institution. Bend forCalalogue. P. C. MILLS, Director. and DR. NOTTS They overcome Wou!ni"ss. i roKuim-iiy uiit< o'ui^iun-. ii, t'Mias'j vijjor tint* l>'i','s h •jMHir of im:listruution." 'i'lu \ ai» "Life Savers' iv.>i.-AnW> ilovclopini'iit nf . . r '.-. N.- known imncdy fni- wninrii i-m'.'i ii (''irnol ilci littrni-- life I nnn-i- n |..-••:• *i iwi lior I j mull, fy- SUM 1,1 iir,,..-,, t, M|P r T's nurwiRAl CO., ClBHilj'id. On- [ " »a R t>v K. H. Wv«« E 'CHICHCBTCn'S HNQLI8H . _ ENNYROYAL PILLS "tt>K °Ai?K?f !?S!i» 0lll/ | Wlt| l!umii lit - -'™^ H r^ K c'ijIoiii'isTV:u"s l ^;N<^ k » UK I* uii'l IJuld lurlftlUc tuin, If t lei with Mm-iitiUi. 'I'utr no other* Itefuio ffnii*t tiny <-f yi.iH liruitnui. or lend 4«*. fu •t»uj(n for I'urlli'ulnrBt 'I'twIlmonlHU kud "ItrlU-f for I.millc«,* 1 tr» ieitfr,lj re. tura Mull. IO,OIM)1tititnoD)«li. Bold bj iirug|tii» <'hl?tteit*r Chewloftl C». t Utatfou UUi p»uw. U»ilUuu I'ttrL* I'UiLA.. 1*4* J Dr ' .li.iin.-' Jiiu .- i -. J lint ;K"I.; ,v!l) rui f i.. .in ,ti< nti((*' 'ill,/ Hi ., ii .IS. 1 . . '•:• 1 lie !'." ••' M I.- m ..n i Ul i'. \- ••' . .',< -iVi > I 1 - t-i'.i ' • I u-l. ! H . x * ii .ilir I n if -ill 1') ;• i ' U .I'M I - hi rp in il i>»i l*i r • ;th • ' • : if.if "f ' )• ' pn vat '• |t irl ^l f'-'\ C')'\ I \ 11 ' nil' ' i it 1 - tirn ,.;*• i .. I'V iniu It- 1 /'an now bo >md for a vvi'y nuiall ux^ninan. t.'uU on KrancoH U. llobson, mjont, Upper Alton, who has them on hand tor UB)O, I) -a Y ork ar t Leue" lightly ruoommonded a* Uoiiltbful DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful • cures made by 6r. U Kilmer's Swamp-Root, I the great kidney, liver Ii and Dladder remedy. It Is the great medical triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered after years of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and blad- .... d" specialist, and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles and Bright's Disease, which Is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root la not recommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need. 11 has been tested In so many ways, In hospital work, in private practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and " '— send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- hamtori, N. Y. The regular fifty cent and Homeoi „„„,„,>.,«„ dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. 2EAL ESTATE, iN'MJRAiNCIr t and LOAN AGENT Kimr i.'., P. 0. BUILDINQ For Sale. Good dairy farm ot 120 tcres, good bottom and up and, near Urper Alton. S-room dwelling on southwest 00-. 10th and Eastern sis. Must be sold to settle an i state. six ungraded, but flne building lots in Hunters town . New five room dwelling on Bluff street. A uew uncle dwelling near01 Mai> acuurcn. Largo modern residence of 12rooui8, central o cation at a sacrifice. Good leve) bu'Utng loi on Spring st, for $500. A bargain In real estate. A doable brlc dwelling witu ..our lota, In Mlddletown, $1,000 A 12-room dwelling bouse with large lot o '.angdon street south ot Twelfth street. A double frame dwelling house and another ..wolllnp hoube, all on one lot la good location in Hunter Mown. Rents tor $38 per monck: A new d-room residence on State street on <ood terms. bit lots 247V>il65 on Oalc street between the C a: A. and Big Four R. P tnaks, suitable tor vue^'iude or manufacturing purposes. n ISO-acre Cam in Jersey county, naif mile >om shipping station by rail or rlrer. A large double frame n sldenoe, new and al codern Improvements, situated on Fourtl/ i., itar henry. A B" aore tsr Ji with necessary buildings near s'ortb Alton, suitable tor a diary. A Bob B--oam brio* residence, i a convenient tnd central location, Ob easy tonne. One ot fluent building lots la Huntemtown i; resiaenoepurposes, cor. Uh and Cherry itl. 'rice mauonable. Title perfect. , be 2-nlory brick, alate roof residence, No. 1 btme HI. Cteap and easy term*. A k-tic/ry iiricK ouilding suitable (or utore or ,«lnot Ht'i boarding aouae near th« new brick 'ams. Nor-u Altuu or Coal Branch, opposite V»s. Heu-tisoD'R store, ' flo« tirtn ot 100 aotet neu Plcu, irfcmupio :)«n:y ill Good, level bulldlnglotson monthy payments. iltuated on Commoc, Ureeo. Gold and Putnam •treets.. FOR RENT. I GUI's hall for lodge and meeting purposes. ' The late residence of Mrs, Pates, 121 and George ate. Beautiful griunda. MONEY TO LOAN: Steamship Ticket ELY'S CREAM BALM U • poiltlvecore. Apply into the iioitrila. It IB qnlckly absorbed. 80 cqnta at DrnggUU or bjr mall: samples 10', by tnall. «LY BHCT11EK8. M Wnrreo St-JNew York OltT. 5O YEARS' EXPERIENCE Anyone spurting u clu-i lulrkly asroriulii mil IM nvimlIn) It* iirnhnlily pn l 1'roH, (Milcut i ttiki'i i fM'/fi'c t wifliiiui cli TRADE MAT.I DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS £ I, itmi doHcrfiif I • i. mill Iruu wliiM. .-' Humlhnok on I'M* 1 * ir MM-urmi/ puti-'ii-* .Miinii ft Co. i. * i. •1:0, in (ho Scientific llHll'lKnllH'IV lIlllHtnit ilutiuii nf any f-t-lcni 1 MUN'N&CoX 6 '" 5 -' 1 -'- New York llmnnh Dllli'u. (,.'/, )•' Ht., WnnliliiKliui. J). C. \ hiiiiiUrinn'ly lllnslniltMl \ri>i>kly.'ui-I dr- 'iiliillun nf niiy M-li'iiiliic .Imiriiul. 'IVriiii. f:i a iir; lour iiiniHhH, fl. S'>lil liyull • HOTEL MAD/SON, A, L. DANIELS, Prop Second and Eaatoaal*., Alton, WM ARMSTRONG. Dtftltr to Cement, Lime and Wall Piaster; Prices to meet oompgtlliOD, Ooodl de- llverod, Telephone 16S- OfflM 107 w '«t Awoad

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