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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, October 31, 1898
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JVompf f?e//e& BV THE TELEGRAPH PRINTING COrtPANY V years apo 1 suffered severely from neuralgia and pal- prUtionof the heart. I was unable to do light housework. Nothing; brought relief until I took Dr. Mile/ Heart Cure. 3 bottles removed all trace of my disorder and I now feel like a IKW Woman. Mn. J. O. Houston, IBS S. Water 8t, ExeUr, N. M, 99 DR. MILES' Heart Cure to told by all drogglat* on guarantee Brat bottle benefit* or money back. Bookon heart and nerve* tent free, Or. Mile* Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind, COL. OKO. K. WARINO died In New York Saturday afternoon from yellow fever contracted while In Havana as Health Commissioner, sent there by President McKinley to report plat a for Improving health conditions in that city. Ool. Waring was an export in sewer sanitation. In 1878 he drew the plans for sewering Memphis, and • nee that time the yellow fever plague ba« been greatly mitigated. He was chief of the street cleaning department In New York and gave that city a lesson in tho art of bow to clean streets that will not soon be forgotten. It Is singular that Col. Warlng's career should be cut short by the disease which It has been the mission ol his life to destroy. SCCfttT MARRUOr. Chat. A Bishop and Mlu Agnes Garner f lope to Greenville and are Married 5. F. CONNOR Real E«i«te, ingnrince Collector. Agent. and *: Plata Bulldlnf and Loan 'Association, ALTON, ILL ELECTION NOTICE. Submitting the proposition to the electors of Alton township, whether inch township aball adopt and beoom* entitled to the benefits of an i Mt providing for pr<mary elections of delegates to In ralnatlng conventions, itnd to promote the • fporlty ih reof.hy regulating tho conduct there ; MI «nd to support the pr vlleges of free auf- i fr»f» thereat by prohibiting certain aota and * ~-~~MQM In relation thereto, and providing for panlahment thereof. A petition havlne rated to me algned by more than one- he legal roter« of Alton Townnhlp, ; at the foregoing proposition be an' mlt OtBO' thtfeleotorsot ta dtownshlo,no- I hereby given that proposition will beaub- .^-dtonhiasjdelnotora of Alton town hip, /4t MM election to be hold on Tuesday.Nov.8,'88, f ;M <o whether aald township and t"e elootora ' thereof dull adopt and bee mo enlltled to the , beneflta of the foregoing aot. I, i WM. P. EARLY, lot the ^Mothers! fpHK dlBcotn- I forte end *• danger* of child-birth can to almost en-/ tirely avoided./ WimofCardoP relieves expectant moth- tn. It give* tone to the gen- lUlorgana,auid put* them in condition to do their work perfectly. That make* pregnancy leu painful, shorten! labor and haitena recovery after child-birth. It helps a woman boar strong healthy children. fas) also brought happiness to thotuandi of homes barren lot Ttut. A few doiei often brings Joy to loving heart* that long for • darling baby. Mo woman •honld neglect to try it for this Rouble. It caret nlna cases out of ten. All druggists sell Win* Of Cardni. $t.oo per bottl*. !•.•**• .In eaaw requlrlnr fwdal CiVlDB* nymptoma. — ——Ofy Dopartme I. iltanoofa MadldM Ci, Chatta- •aota. Tana. Last Day of Registration. Tomorrow ( Tuesday) Nov. I, in the last day of registration. Go to your polling place and put your name i.n the list. Personal. Mrs, F. Li. Morrell and daughter are guests or MlBB Julia Buckmaster. Mr. George Root has returned from Omaha, where ho attended the exposition. Mr. [and Mrs. John Smith have twins—a boy and a girl—who arrived yeHerday. Mrs. Frank Tesaon and Mrs. H. R. Montgomery arrived home from Pittsburg, today. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Qalgloy are the parents of a son, born at Unntsvllle, Ala., a few days ago. Miss Phoebe Bayle, of St. Louie, returned home today after a brief visit with Miss Alice Hewitt. Mr. E. M. Dorsey and son, Eliot, have returned from a successful hunt In the vicinity of Gillespie. Mr, and Mrs. Gas Christy, of Jer- seyvllle, spent Sunday with Miss Sara Terrell, ot Summit street. Misses Minnie and Nellie Halliday returned to Jerseyvllie, today, afier a visit with Mrs. Thou. Pepler. Mr. Morris Clarke, Miss Minnie Clarke and Miss Lottie Nelaou.were over from Edwardavllle, Saturday. 4 Mrs. J, L. Oldham, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wade, left for her home in New York city, this morning. MissTrenohery, who Is attending the National Council of Women und the exposition at Omaha, la expected to return home this week. Will Chalk returned home Saturday night and will not KO to Huntsville. At Jefferson barracks he was told to return home and his discharge will bo forwarded him here. Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. H. Davis returned to Leavenworth, Kansas, today after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. Pfelffenberger. Mrs Sara Dnrand, a former resident of Alton, left for her home at Newark, N. J., today. Mrs. Dnrand oamo from Newark to bunt up old friends and renew old acquaintances. Mr. J. A. Oousiey, Jr., who has been confined to bla bed for several weeks with malarial fever, which be contracted in Porto Rloo, v/Mle a soldier in the 19th'Ualted States Infantry,waa able to be out today for a short walk. Ohaa. A. Kishop and Agnen Garner were married at Greenville some daya ag,i by a Justice of the reace. The (Into of the marriage t» a secret which the groom for some reason declined to divulge, when Interviewed thin afternoon. When asked an to (he truth of a newspaper clip ping nUtlng the marriage had taken place, be at Hrnt evaded and then admitted the story was true. He wa married Thursday, October 20, or sonio (lute near that one, bnt just what date the groom could not remember. He admitted that ho bad prevailed, by moanfl quite commonly employed, upon the mirrlage license clerk to konp the m irringa a secret, which accounts for the comparatively long time olaptlng before it became public property. Tho groom is a well known young irina-My •rkor who r"''ently purchased , .o . i*.tr otanfl in Liiura building. The bride is tho daughter of Mrs. UPPERALfON. ) Periooais »nt Social fv«M» -Quail and mrat • en Humtrwt-Oat and indeor Athletics- Baiket Ball Team f»r Bralley and Pan- Presbyterlan Banquet. Garner who keep) a boarding home on Hceom] street. Mr. Bishop has boon boarding tboro for some time and there met the young lady. Their acquaintance Boon ripened Into love and resulted In the clandestine marriage at Greenville. Not one of his friends knew of the marriage and It would have remained a secret Indefinitely had not the newspaper account of It been discovered Jin an obscure corner of a 8t. Louis newspaper. Robl. Randle Paralyzed. Air. Robert Handle, a well known citizen of Upper Alton, was stricken with paralysis this, morning, and IB very ill. nit. of Jtffanon, a*., urn 3-J I flnt took Wlnt »f Cardul I fe«*n nuuTl*d thro inn. but I ool b»v« any ohlldr/n. ' lino ft* liter I k*4 • On* aM ta»j.» R. R. EXCURSION RATE5. Alton" (or Colorado. Burlington to Omaha. AMon"torflt. Paul. tB Bnrunfton to Bt. Paul. Burlington to Colorado, California and Pn»etT3ound Point*. kersrE«mriiloM.—Nor. lat and idtu Ota and aotb, Tla toe Burlington. 9 n>lllu> iod "turn Tuesdays and 1 Hdajri, Tla the C. ft A. Return Kt . te * J° Northern and Weetorn jwoorte now la effect Tla the C. 4 A. R. R. oonneotloDi. linytpn Route bett line to all northern ~ and weatern aummer reaorui. now In effect. For Information ap- f jhonuu, Agent Omalu and Return.—Tuesdays and TUthe Burlington Koute. Cboloe rout**. Fast trains and through oar '.—J. 9. Thomaa, Agt, ffi ' Rates to speoin«d points In Alabama, IMC, Kentucky. Michigan (lower pen- ""-6lg«n (upper), Mississippi, Slls- Mpta, Tenneasee. Virginia, West Wisconsin, rla Big Four. For In- I tickets call on CT. H. Hamilton, '« Through Car Service— Paland Chair Cars (aeata freu) to y ,. Jea, Omaha, Denver, Hillings. Subuouo, Cedar Rapids, at. Paul Ui. TourlatBleeper* to Han Fran- J Angelct. Ca ifornla, Portland, I Denver and Bait Lake City, every r. For rates, routon, uto., call or B, Tbomaj, Agent. iMIiiaouri, Kanuat ft Texaa Rail- 01 Mil1'ow rate round trip tickets IMA, Deo. etb and sotn, with Una I toll days from date of tmlu. An i/tuplty ror Bomeaeekeru.tourUtu i lp »l»w tor UwmMlreii the great >• Of th» fliate. For further Informa- w>i,J0Jot. Wlllltma, H. AT. A. 108 i«r*r, Bt, Louli, Ho S'K'J . Bxour 1fi ol i •' v <"7 low rate* J Four, to fnaolfled polnte In Alabama, .Florida, Cleorala, Idaho, Indian T«r- owa, Kansw, Kentucky, Louisiana, , jSanneaoU, MlMlMtpPl, UliuiuU 5»l5fthC»roUn», North fc»kot«,0kfi- !— »- u ,b c«ro Int, South D»k»t». Vjrjrlola, Wisconsin and iwuTMonMloOot. 18th.— I »JW to Q. H. Hamilton, Bxouriloai. — Upon oarlaln Wff, November and December, ~~~ l" to .'Lfe*? t » ««r««tf ... .jfentuoK JoneaoU, Mli- S»ir Mexico, root Ball. Saturday's game between the W. M. A. and Smith's Academy eleven resulted in a victory for the latter by a score of 5 to 0. The game waa an exciting one from beginning to end and not a moment of the terrific contest but was fall of Intense Interest, The W. M. A.'s were apparently weak in their offensive work and but for this they might have twice scored. The Smiths work In this respect was ranch better and at critical points in tbe game they never failed to be equal to the emergency. Once in the first half, wbr g 'bo Westerns bad the ball and were > uahlng It for tbe S. A. goal, the Smith's rallied and by hard work prevented a gain In tbe two downs. In anticipation of losing the ball NeldringhauB made an attempt at a drop kick score and failed, W. M. A. then being set back 25 yards. In tbe second half of the game the Westerns bad rushed the ball to Smiths 3 yard line and there tbe visitors rallied again under the leadership of Captain Kelly aud succeeded In holding their antagonists for three downs. Smiths saved tbe game by their plucky defense in this aorlmmage,for tbe Westerns fought bard to make a score. When tbe home team lost the ball on three downs fortune smiled on the visitors. After two downs one W. M. A. player made an off aide play that advanced tbe Smiths 20 yards. Then tbe ball was rushed by plays around tbe end and through the center uut>l tbe W. M. A. goal was reached. Here tbe home team showed the best defense of tbe game and held the Smith* for two downs without a gain. While tbe third down was about to take place, time was called with tbe bull In Smiths possession. The feature o f the game on the Wentern's side were tbe long runs of Neidringhaus. To his credit Is placed several long runs tbat advanced the ball 35 or ao yards and In tbe rushua be was the conspicuous figure. Captain Kelly of the Smiths was tbe leader of his team at all times and was always In the thick of the tight. Both teams put up magniflooiit guuio and the victory uf Smiths was dearly bought. Tbe Westerns have tho material of a first class team aud with more practice In line bucking aud general offensive playing they will be tbe oraok team of tbelr clues of tbe Mississippi valley. Trading Mainui After Oot. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers. — Dorsoy Fuel Oo. Don't lose your bearings and go to Bella street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Oo, They have moved to au Pirn «traet.,___ U«rdMd8oft Cwl. Delivered to iny part of tbe elty. '-' Wit, Pw«8. The Occupation of Mayaguez. The brief campaign of Puerto Rloo was conducted with skill and ability. Success followed the American arms in every movement, and was accompanied by comparatively little suffering and trivial loss, the enemy being compelled to abandon one position after another by the superior strategy of tbe Americans until the signature of the protocol to a treaty of peace put an end to hostilities. Toe stories of the splendid fighting and magnificent courage of onr regulars in the battles belore Santiago, tbe hardships they suffered have overshadowed in the public mind the comparatively small encounters with tbe enemy In Puerto Rico. Nevertheless tbe fighting there has been sharp, tbe advance of our troops bravely resisted at more than one point, bnt It, was never checked, end one town after another was opened to our troops. It fell to the good fortune of Gen. Scbwan's column to occupy the pretty and populous town or Mayagnez, on the west coast, after tbe defeat of the enemy In a brilliant engagement near tbe Roaario, driving the Spaniards In the direction of Lares, and uncovering Mayaguez, where tbe welcome by tbe Inhabitants was of a nature seldom met with by an invading army. Our illustration, taken from Harper's Weeb.'y, shows the troops shortly af- tbrmg the town. On every side they w r received as Iil orators from bated oppressors, old and young, black and all the Intermediate shades up to and including white, men, women, and children vying with one another in cordial expressions of delight at their presence. Scbwan made but a brief stay In tbe towr, his troops going into camp in the outskirts. Meanwhile tbe if. 8. 8. Montgomery arriving In the harbor, convoying reinforcements and supplies, tbe column moved ontagain, tbe advance guard overtaking and putting to rout tbe former garrisons, which had hurriedly evacuated Mayaguez on the approach of tho United States force, capturing many of them, and bringing them back prisoners to tbe place where they bad ao long been masters. Miss Minnie Starr of Bunker Hill, formerly of this place, is in town calling on friends. Alisg Annie Johnson la home after a prolonged visit In Arkanww. Miss Kutc Miller spent Suuday in St. LOUIR. Miss Kll/.a Mears of Brighton, Is visiting Mrs. James Moore. Miss Mourn is an old resident of Upper Alton, having for many years kept house for tbe late Mrs. Lucy Hewitt. Mr. L. 0. Flanders Is laid up with rbeumntlnm. J. O. Shadrach called on friends here yesterday. Mr. Sbndracb was a student at Sbnrtleff la 1888. It«v. T. H. Marsh, Jr., will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday. Nate Cole returned to Springfield this morning nftor spending Suuday with relatives here. MlBg Ann tte Origgs was called to Brighton last ni^hi, by the death of her nephew, Runsell Clark. Mr. Frank Dodge and son Harold of St. Louis, spent Sunday here with Mrs. Mary Dodge. The School Board will hold its monthly meeting Thursday evening uf this week. One ot tb« J-Hges of elootlon lately appointed for Upper Alton is u olored man. Tbe season for shooting qnxil la in full blast, and the woods in tuis vicinity are full of hunters. Yisterdny Lee Ellis, Eugene Cox and Messrs. Rum- Bay and Penruse fipont thH day hunt- lug near Foster burg and brought home a fine lot of rabbits and quail. Mr. Horace Dudley has for ueveral weeks been very slok with malarial fever, Is able to be out again. As tho season for outdoor athletics is about over, Prof. Jackson, the Shurtleff foot ball coach, Is organizing two gymnasium claeses, which will meet three times a week. The young ladies classes have been working under tbe instruction of Mies Oilggs several weeku. The banket ball teams are practicing hard and there Is a good outlook for some interesting malcn games during the oimlng season. Rev. W. H. Bradley gave bis congregation Sunday morning an interesting account of the Pan Presbyterian banquet which he attended in St. Louis 1 tut week. He stated th»t th/ere are now ninety different branches of the Prrabyterfan church In the world, and while many of them were represented at last week's gathering a stranger talking to the delegates or listening to their addresses would never have guessed that they differed any in belief. The prevailing sentiment of tbe meeting was toward tbe uniting of all Presbyterians into one great obnrcb. Mr Bradley prophesies that In a very few years.brancbes In the church will be a matter of history Instead of a matter of fact. Every reader of this paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hupgood Plow Co. in this issue. It will Interest you. The only place to buy Glllesplo Coal Is 314 Plasa street.—Dorsey Fuel Oo. A few weeks ago the editor was taken with a very severe cold tbat onuHed him to be In a most miserable condition. It was undoubtedly a Dad case of la grippe and recognizing it as dangerous he took Immediate steps to bring about a speedy cure. From tbe advertlsementof Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and tbe many good recommendations included therein, we concluded to make a first trial of the medicine. To say that it was satisfactory in Its results, is putting it very mildly, Indeed. It acted like magic and the result was a speedy and permanent cure. We have no hesitancy in recommending this excellent Cough Remedy to any one afflicted with a cough or cold In any form.—The Banner of Liberty, Llbertytown, Maryland. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by B Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Say "No" when a dealer offers you a substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla. There In nothing "just as good." Oet only HoodM. last Day of Registration. Tomorrow (Tuesday) Nov. 1, is the last day of registration. Go to your polling place and put your name on the list. Hrtpn tnt*rr#<lf»4 for Hftwnryi. New York, Oct. 31.—If Mm* Mplpn Omil'l rj'n hsv<» hfr way her brothor Uon.inl will not forfeit the half of Mo fortune bet-nun? h« made Kathwlnr Clpmmi)n«! his wife. Mis* Gould has dfnr- hfr b»»t td reconcile hpr Cnrnllj- to h«T nroih'T'R act. Hut R<> far Ooorfip tins livn nbilurntp ami Imfl Inplsti-i] thnt IIP pa.v no way by w-hlrh the codicil In their fnth"r's will cnn lw overcome. Minn Gould has Rone to takrwood on a visit nml will remain nt hor brother's Nf-w Jersey home for some days. He- fore »h» return* she liollevcs thai the family Inncle will hfivn lie,. t i ntralKnt- pfiMl out and Howard and tils brlile be rccflvrt hy the fumll>. Tuiinplpd Through .lull 1V»II». «< uMer, Col.. Oct. 31.—Sheriff T. ,T. ThoinpHon anil a jxjsse with bloodhound* are attempting to trail live prisoners who opcaiwd from the county jnll l:y tunneling through the walls, a distance, of over ten fe«t. The fugitives are John (.'assldy, convicted of murder and sentenced to llfn Imprisonment; Gi-orj?!- Howe, convicted of grand larceny. S"ntenc.ed to four yearn and a half; 1'Mward Howe, convicted of the same charge, six years: Nick Hmicher, awaiting trial on a rhanfp of assault with Intent to murdnr John Haptlst.-. strvln* >i three months' sentence for laneny. Only two prisoner* remained In the Jail. MuH4ulnmitH i'ny tli« Penalty, dunlin, Island of Crete, Oc-l. :!!. —Klre more uf the Mussulmans convicted nf taking part In the massacre uf Mrltlsh soldiers on Sept. 6 have been executed. In addition, four bashlbazouks have been sentenced to twenty ytfars' Imprisonment at hard labor. Since the departure of the Turkish troops a number of additional Mussulmans hav« been discovered dally. U also appears that the Turkish officers appropriated the valuables looted by their soldiers. On Oct. 18 seven Mussulmans were hanged for participation In the massacre of Sept. 6. There Is more~0at«r?h In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science baa proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It aota directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system. They offer one-hundred dollars for any one case it falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. OHBNKY & Co., Toledo, O. LESSON ON LIVING. Scientific Reieirchbu Revelled • New Bern tdr, sad Id Trill by th« Pibllc of Alton bit Proven Itt Viiloe. Prevention la better th»n oore-tnd «ono- times If prevention la nogleoted there la no our* Domilbie. Careles? peoplo get In the grip of frightful dlsewiB thut wtil dr«g thorn down through dm and nlghu of pain, to the grave, bec*u»o th«y neglect the common ijmptom» that Indicate the danger ot Brlght'n dlsnaae, dlahoton, and various kldDo.v complaints. Modem »ay« of living, especially In eating and drinking, have made kidney troubles fearfully common, and tbe Increase In deaths from this can.o hns led to the keenest kind of research by aclontlsti to dl«ooverwhat remedy nature haa provided. A'te.ra thorough trial, thousanda of cures havfi proven that the discovery of Morrow's Kld-ne-olds will mark an epoch In tho treatment of troubles due to derangement of tho kidneyn. They are unlike any other remedy In tho world, unlike many ot the no'oaded kidney cures Morrows Kid -ne-olde aota at that a long course treatment la not needed. This feature Is well Illustrated by the owe of Mr John Cjlvy, Vandalla road, between Pearl and Bloomfleld streets, Alton, 111 , who says: ' 1 waa suffering irom pains In my bark and limbs, Ritlmeaao bad I could scarcely attend to my work. My nerves were all unstrung and I could not sleep at night. At timei I was very bad. ana sometimes I would fool better 1 read about Morrow's Kid-no olds and got Borne of them at 8. H. Wyes' drug store, and took them according to tha directions, and In a short time waa feeling wetland better than I over did." Kld-ne-olds are yellow tableta (• ot pills) and pure kl ney ailments, nervousness, eto. Liver Lax sre vnrv small rod pellota and cure cona^ pulon. Kldneolds, 60o[ Mvor lai S5o at -liug- glate, or mailed by J. hn Morrow * Co. , Chom- Ista, Springfield. Ohio. Croup Quickly Cured. Mountain Glen, Ark.- Oar children were suffering with oroup when we received a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It afforded almost instant relief.— F. A. Thornton. This o°Ier,rated remedy Is for sale by 8. H. Wyss and E. Marsh. Bean tit .. tln Kind You Han Always Bought -O- Blankets and Comforts Cool nights necessitate good warm coverings. Our Blankets and Comforts are the warm Kind, extra size, extra weight and extra value. 10-4 full size and extra weight, grey only, « pair 39 11-4 full slue, extra weight, grey and white, a pair ....... 78 12-4 full size, extra weight, grey and white, a pair ........ $ i 78 10-4 good quality wool blanket from $1 to ........... 3-St 10-4 all wool, good weight, extra bargain ......... ....... 3-«x> 11-4 all wool, regular 80.60 value, this sale ................. 4 BO A full line of fnncy border, all wool, extra size and weight, $5, $6 , to ................................. "-SO Best lied Comfort ever offered, good size and w Igbt, at. . 75 Special value, bright patterns, quilted Comfort, good size., i.oo Home made, hand quilted Comfort, extra size ........... «.S« Home made, hand quilted Oomforte, fast colors, extra size and weight $1.75. $a. ........................... ftlASTER'S SALE. State of UllDoln, City of Alton, 88. CltyCourt of Alton, September term, A. D,, 1898. Manuel H. Boals vs. Mlohael 8. Bartlott, Charles Bartlett, Ada Araloln, Thomas Fletcher, Amos Fletcher, Carotin Fletcher, Kate E. Fletcher, William F. Fletcher. Maryli. Fletoh" or, Magiile Biggs, Mamie Baflou and Charles Bartlett (son of Samuel Banlett deceased.) In Chancery. DIH to foreclose mortgage. Public notice la hereby given, that, In pursuance of a decree made andontered by said court In the »bove entitled cause on the 2l October, V D., 1898, i, Levl D. Y 2ltn day of , ., , , ev . ager, master In chancery of said rity Court or Alton, 4a»"Sold by druggists. 75f. Hall's Family Pills are the boat. Never Say Die. Many desperate cases of kidney diseases pronounced incurable have been cured by Foley's Kidney Core. Many physicians use it. Sold by E. Marsh and H. H. Wysa. A bhort Sad Story A coid. Neglect Pneumonia. Grief. Had Foley'a Honey and Tar been used, this etory would have had a happier ending. Sold by K. Marsh and S. H. Wvas. Trees and Plants for Stile. Fruit trees, evergreens, ornamentals and small fruit plants; strawberry plants a specialty. For sale by WM. JACKSON.Oodfrey, 111. A pain In me onest is nature s warning that pneumonia Is threatened. Dampen a piece of flannel witn Chamberlain's Pain Balm and olnd over the seat of pain, and another on the back oetween tbe shoulders, and prompt relief will follow. Sold by B. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Kouud .Stolon Dog* tit Yule. New Haven, Conn., Oct. .11.—While searching for stolon UOKH u, 0 po i| ce Department made a dmriMit upon Yale medical and Hclentltlc HithuolH, acting ori Information given Cii|>laln llrewer that dogs were belnu bought there for purposes of vivisection. Thn police found one of tho stolen iloga In the cellar of one of the Hrb'iiUHo Hchool laboratories. Tills dog was scl/.ed and restored to Its owner. Two Hkye terriers were also found, one at the medical school, tin- other at the scientific school. Much in Little Is os|M.'clall)' triw of rills, for uumudi olne ever oontalnc.1 so grt'Ht curative power In ao small spiito. Thi-y :uv n wholo medicine Hood's cUost, nlway.s ronily, ;tl- ways oniclrat, always <ut- isfuotory; prevent u nolil or fever, cure all liver Ills, sick hoadaclio, Jaundice, constipation, eto. S6o. Xbeoaly FIIU to taka with Hood'* SurssparllU. Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer because this great remedy can cure them all. It is a cure for the whole world of stomach weakness and indigestion. The cure begins with tho first dose. The relief it brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your cure is certain under the use of this great health-giving force. Pleasant and alwayg Bate. Sold by 8. H. Wyss. , will on WEDNESDAY, THK 8'XTEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D., 1898, at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenooa, at the north front door of the City Hall bullding.ln the city of Alton, county of Madison and state of Illinois, sell at puhllo auction, to the highest ana best bidder, for oasn, all and singular, the following described premises and real estate In said decree mentioned, situated In the city of Alton county of Madison and Slate of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall bo sufficient to satisfy said decree, to-wlt: Lota numbered seven (7) and eight (8), In block number flfty-slx (56), In Godfrey and Gilman's addition, to Alton: situated In said city nols^ ooant r of Madison and State of 1111- Upon compliance with all the terms of sale and upon the approval of such sale by the court, a oer Ideate of purchase will be given the purchaser entitling him to a deed from tho Master In Chancery of said court at the expiration of fifteen months, provded redemption bo not made prior to that time. Dated, Oot. 24th, A. D., 1899. ,, . , _ LRVI D. YAQER. flUnSls 11 Chanoery of the c "y CoMt ot Alton, LKVI IJ'AVIS, Comp'ts Solicitor. Underwear Department. Autumn Underwear for Men, vVomen and Children. Grand opening of the celebrated "ELLIOT" nonshrinking Underwear, for which we are sole agents. Ladles' heavy fleeced, ribbed vests and pants, at /5j* and 2& Ladles' camels hair and natural gray at SOc, 7Sc and — t 1.00 Ladles' heavy ribbed, fleeced Onelta Union Suits, at ...... SO Ladies' EriioTT BUTTONLEHS Union Suit, nonshrinklQg our leader, 6Sc, 7Sc, SI and .......... ................ 2.00 Men's camels hair and ribbed Shirto and Drawers, at ..... SO Men's extra fine natural grey at 75c, fl and .............. I. SO Misses' and Children's natural grey, ribbed and fleeoed vests and pants at ISc, 17c, 2lc to .................... 38 Misses' and Children's ribbed Union Suits, good value at 25 '• " " extra heavy " " " " SO and 76 " " " ribbed Union Suits in wool at 85c, $1... 2.00 Mlmlssippl Valley Railway Company's Request for a Charter. To Whom It AIny Concern: Public notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned, the Mississippi Valley Aailroad Company, will at the November meeting of the City Council of the City of Alton, State of Illinois, to be held in the Council Chamber in the City Hall building, in the said city of Alton, on Tuesdav evening November 8th, 1898, present its petition, together with an ordinance asking said City Council to grant to said Mississippi Valley Railroad Company permission and license, to lay, construct, operate and maintain a street railway the cars on which to be propelled by electricity or other motive power (except a team) over, along and upon the following streets in said city of Alton. Commencing on the Milton road at the easterly city limits of Alton. Thence westerly on said Milton road Cor 2nd atreet) to where aald Milton road (or 3d street)Intersects 3rd street. Thence west on 3rd atreet to Spring streat. Thence north on Spring street to 5th street, to a connection with said company's track to be laid on aald 5th itreet, MISSISSIPPI VAU.BY BAILHOAD Co, by Charles B. Carroll, Its President. Attest: Auo. HOLHAUS, its Secretary. M. MAHONEV, NSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE POR SALE. . Two-atorj double brick dwelling 10 roomi iprlng at. 8-room frame dwelling on Fountain at. K-room brlok dwelling on Belle at. 8-room frame dwelling on State at. 9-room frame dwelling with Slots Upper Alton ^One-story (-room frame dwelling, CM William imisoft west line of Main atreet. Big money Two-'atory 5-room frame dwelling on Blutt 26-aor» tract near BdwardaTllle Crossing. One atory (-room brlok dwelling, oor iSi and vine sto, W-aore farm, a miles southwest of Brighton. Two-story brlok storo, Mo, (11 Belle at" Slxty-aore farm, good brlok dwelling and frame barn, Jersey county, Two-story brlok store, No. 518 Belle at. Two-story 9-room frame, slate roof dwelling, lots and 8ft aorei of laud. Bonania tor pur- Two fine lota on State street, (north of Bluff it Twe lotion Dry street. Two-story (-room frame dwelling, large ban and alz acres of land, 1 Jorth Alton. 80-aore farm three miles north of Upper Alton 8 lota on Baaton atreet, WH20 each. 7-rpom frame dwelling, Highland Park. Admiral Sampson's Portrait Is used to call your attention to Our Tall Announcement with feelings of deep gratitude to our friends for their liberal patronage daring tbe past season. Wo open the Fall Season with the choicest stock of Furnishings Head-gear and Shoes ever brought into this city. We shall continue to furnish our costumers with the beat results of tbe tailoring art, while our hats and. furnishings are the product of the best makers. We now extend to you, reader, a hearty invitation and a warm welcome to our stock, and by your verdict we stand or fall. Our goods merit the highest praise, while our 'prices remain within easy reach. If you have money to spend for clothing this Fall, we want It and will make a stiff bid to get It, if you can be influenced by style, workmanship or price. We are ready—completely ready for investigation. We accord to each and every oostumer the same corteons treatment and the same low price. Oar invitation is: "Come in and look." Our clothing and prices will talk for themselves when you get acquainted with them. When you want a Fall Suit, an Overcoat, a pair of Trousers, a Hat, a Shirt, a pair of Shoes, or anything to wear, and want the latest thing out at the lowest price. Don', fall to remember. Yours very truly, H *A*WUTZLEI?« •••r^^ssV ^aV •• i^a^a^iBHHHHHMIjBRHHafll ••» The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street t-ro om (ram! dwelling on Kh it, .uaar Hera; PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT. Three UUM or less under this heading: One time, II oenUi three days, It cents; ODD week KMOtii additional times tame rate, cash down. FOR SALE. F 0 $Sti£s££ 1 3KS'.' »«"«-«* At pORSILK :. medium size aafe,Moaler make r oheip. Apply at this offloe. COR BALK—All In need of kindling wood oaa £ besuppurfby telephoning No. 41, Ollnoli Boi factory, n per load—B, Lerla. COR 8ALE-A Farm four miles northwest ol • Utohfleld.ieoaores. WO an acre. Porpdr- tloulara address O. A. Brown, or M. 8. Brown, Brighton or T. O. Brown. Alton, 111. latf Coal. Hard or toft ooal at B. J. Lookyer a offlOB tt qoftjr#0f, Telephone low :\ STAR SHOE STORE NEWS [FOR EVERYBODY, Of interest to the people. Yon want the best shoes your hard earned money will buy, then why not get them at tbe STAR SHOE STORE Thev are going out of business and are selling shoes for less money than ySa SnSnSS^ SR6 l K em el ' ewb , ere - A conscientious judge of shoes will pro- nonnoe these shoea marvelons vslues for the money. These are a few of the shoes that will be sold Tuesday and Wednesday: 876 pairs of Ladies Genuine Dongolaand Cloth Top Shoes, worth #4.^0 and $5; going at - -$1.87 720 pairs Ladies' Genuine Dong. Ganc Calf and Genet Kid bhoes that sell for g^oand $4, now- 1.60 510 pairs Ladies Pebble and straight goat shoes, hand turns and Goodyear welts, worth from #2.r;o to $$.<;o; going at - . -120 257 pairs Misses' straight and pebble goat, worth at their real value, $i. 7 c to $2.2?; sale price - 60 178 pairs Boys' jenuineCalf Shoes.worth #1.7? and $2.?o; going at - - _ $i and i 20 345 pairs of Men's Genuine Kangaroo Calf and Cordovan shoes, worth $4, $j and $6. Sale, price All kinds of Men's Box Calf, Willow Calffprendi^nd *• King Calf and other well known brands at a sacrifice Pfeiffer & Bailey, Star Shoe Store. Harry Zimmerman, Manager. fiowefl's CarperHouse has some fine new patterns in Carpets, just the latest things out, and the prettiest to be had. Rugs of all kinds, Linoleums, Oil-Cloths and an kinds of seasonable household goods we can show. Orders for Carpets should be sent in at once to insure prompt delivery A. J. HOWELL, 117 West Third Street The styles are unusually beautiful and far ahead of anything* we have ever shown. For those who " v "8 prefer patterns P then ce \

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