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V* Sfdfc." Jtt* , time yetts I cuffered from diseate. Could not lie toy left ride, had dksy " and at time* nay heart skip a beat. Physi- and proprietary medi- faiied to do me any but three bottles of Heart Cure made a healthy man. J. J. Vamderre*. Cornell, III. DR. MILES' JJ Heart Cure is Mid by all drns gists on jrnttr»nt«e flnt bottle benefit* or inoaojr back. Book on heart und nerves aentfreo. u flr. Mll« Medical Company. Elkhart. Ind. Bookseller. irJ-Van Buren St., Chicago, III. ' Books. Editions De Lane. I Sell. , Scare*, l Publication!, Antique. »Liberal dailies. Curious. Poetry. Fiction. Drama. liars. The Aril. Liberal Works. Wltn many valuable Illustrations. orown 8 TO, cloth, gilt Hunt Library Edition: W»ll printed on good paper; hard.,., (Wmely bound In clolhj 12 mo; gl'.t top. fi By mall, each 4ic • ' Origin of Species, (Darwlo). ,,' Dement of Man, (Darwin). '" , pat* of Ethics, (Spenoor). Other Worlds than O rs, (Procter), ffahiral Law In tho Spiritual World, (Draminond). The, Or Alkoran of Mahomet. "The pible ot the Bast." 4»c Ot Jesus, (Renan.) 410 top. 7SC ..,.. W 0*»» His Lite and Times: u;i ! Together with his Stato papers, Inolud ' Ing nl§ apeeches, addresses, messages, car ana proclamation. By llonry Raymond, i volumes; cloth; 8 vo. » box. By mcil $1.40 Wllllard. Lite at: at A: memorial ro!umo. By Anna A: Gor?i?:'don,(or ai years her private Secretary: 1,,'ifO} oloth. Bymafi— fi.oo SHEET MUSIC. • Mnlo, per copy, by mall ?c U the latest Songs and Music, by mall i jc Catalofue on Application. MASTER'S SALE. »0f UUnoln, City of Alton, 88. of Alton, September term, A. art H. Boala VI. Michael 8. Bartlett, M Bartlett, Ada Arnloln, Tnomaa Fletoh- ao» PleUiher, Carolina Fletcher, Kate E. r, William F. Fletcher. Mary H. Fletoh- [lle Blggt, Mamlo BaJlou and Charles r(axm of Samuel Bartlett deooaaed.) In jfr. BID to foreclose mortgage, ip notice IB hereby given, tbat, In nureu- t»decree made ana entered by gala court •hove entitled cause on the 2Un day of T, \. D., 1688, 1, Lovl D. Yager, muter ry of said City Court of Alton, will 01 'B8DAY, THE H1XTBBNTH DAY OF HOVBMBBB, A. D., 1S98, • hour ot to o'clock in the forenoon, at the front door of tbe City Hall building,In the ot Alton, oounty of Madlaon anil btateot '«, : »ell at public auction, to thehlghoat «t bidder, for casn, all and singular, the ng described premises and real estate In ,oree mentioned, situated in the city or «n comity ot Madison and State ot Illinois, Ktmuoh thereof as shall bo aufUolent to snt- raiUddeoreo, to-wlt: (a numbered seven (7) and eight (8), In er fifty-Blr (BO), la Godfrey and Oil- ;lon, to Alton: ultuatod In said city ountyof Madison nod State ot nil- i compliance with all the terms of «ale ! the approval ot such sale by the court, ot purchase will be given tbe pur- Ing him to a dsed from tho Mailer J ofwUd .court at the expiration of nttu. provided redemption be not •tothat time. ' . Win, A. D., 1689. LBVI D. YAOER, MB Chancery ot tbe City Court of Alton, , Corop'U Solicitor. LONTHLY 8UFFERINQ. ,>-fT*honaa>ndc of l;?t* women an IfiOMbled at ^ rthlv Inter. > with palna th« he*d, .ildes I*o4 limbs, they need t»V TMB TBLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY. THURSDAY EVE., NOV. 10. NOTICE TO A0VERII8KR3. Forth* Mat IBM we (hall cliff* the follow- lotracSii for tramrttnt notice* In onr local ool- 8lnfl«ln»«rt1on. ThS* t FIR LIM. l omts. . to BT» insertions 81itotw«lT»lni»rtloni IUTBB Of ADTIKTimNO. riUKBliHt.— 40 cent* per Inch flrtt Inwrtlon, and a MUM per Inch (or each «ob«equenl Inter- "tt 'p« Inch «r»t month, $!.» ptr Inch «»oh month thereafter. Udlt AOTX*TII!Xa II Mr Inch tor u* flrit Insertion, and (0 ceo u per IncB for »aoh •obteqamt m*ert!oo. KANSAS elected tbe Republican State ticket on Tuesday by 7,000 majority, all the Congressmen but one, and a Republican Legislature. The Republicans have elected seven Congressmen and the Democrats one. Jerry Simpson was defeated by 2,OCO plurality. .IERRY Simpson, Kansas' aocklrsa statesman, Is now out of a job, having been defeated by a majority of 2,^00 on Tuesday. Jerry'a iridescent dr.'am of a forty cent silver dollar, as good as a 100 cent gold dollar, may now be entombed in tbe "socks" that Jerry used to wtar before he Le:amea statesman, and both bung up to dry in the chimney corner, aa a memorli I of the silver craze. Bad for Billy Bryaa. Nebraska on Tneaday elected tbe entire Republican State ticket by 7,000 majority, al) the Congressmen ( and a Republican Legislature, which will elect a successor to Senator Al len, Populldt, Billy Bryan was repudiated in bis own State. He left tbe army and went home to vote, and the answer was a sweeping Republican victory. President McKlnley went home to vote at Canton, and Ohio gave a Republican majority of 00,000, 13,000 more than in 1890. Some men grow in popular confidence, as President MoKlnley evidently has done; while others lose popular confidence, as Bryan baa done. Free coinage has been given another black eye. The Republican Victory- While the popular majorities are not nearly so large as In 1896, tbe Republican party has won a sweeping victory, and tbe reeulta are more substantial, and will add to the financial credit of the nation. Nine Republican United States Senators hare been secured, which w II give tbe Republican!) fifty Senators, as agalnat forty of Democrats and Popu lists. Tbe Houoe will be Republican by a email majority, and thua tbe free coinage question will bo settled for at leaslf four year?, aa|lt will be impossible for the Democrats to change tbe Senate for fonr years. President MoKloley will have a good working majority to sustain his policy of expansion, even should Senators Hoar, Fry and Burroughs (R-p.) oppose it, as there are several Democratic Senators who believe In keep- Ing tbe Phlllipenes End Porto Rico. The victory ia wide spread as It Includes tbe Northern States from Maine to California, notably the return of Kansas and Nebraska to, s tbe Republican fold. Nebraska's return is a body blow to Hryai and free silver coinage. That gentleman, no doubt, bap received a quietus, as his abort-lived notoriety was based solely upon tbe issue of free coinage of silver aud gold at the ratio of 10 to-1. Bryan will realize very soon tbat be has built his political structure on a flimsy foundation. There is only one course open to statesmen, groat or small, and that Is honesty. Honesty In monetary affairs as well at all other politics. To build a political platform on a 40 cent dollar, ia simply building a theory to have it vanish away/There aave been to many unsound the on< • placed In political platforms In tbe past, butjall have passed from sight lu a few years. Tbe 16-to-l theory is no better than tho greenback craze, which long since wasburied. i-JHUMW palna »r« t/mptoma ot r ^j, d«r»ng«nenU that i correcUd. Tho men- I Auction ahottld oper»t« mtmatlon palnleaa, It puta the dell. .. alorsanalnoondi. 30 tUclr work v>iocorly. •topa all tali pain, any woman auffer nth when Wlue *H«T«hw? It ' at to« drag atore. * you get a ' ' *#£$& *n.tnV' The Co., UPPER ALTON. Dr. A. K, de Blois goes to Carpenter, 111, tomorrow to address the Southern Illinois Teacher's A eoola- tion. Mra. Alonzo Miller la reported ilok at her home on Main street. O. W. Kessinffer of Wrlghtsvllle was In town today. Mra. Harry foillipB, who baa been spending several weeks with bur parents, Col. and Mrs. A. F. Rudgors left yesterday for her home in Montreal, Uunada. Hbe was accompanied by her slater, Mlga Kara Kodgers, who will spend the winter In Montreal. Mr. Clyde Oaborne, teacher of Science In the Mount Vernou, III., high school, is in town visiting relatives. Mrs. Mary L. Qreen is home after a short vlult in Normal. Mr. Henry Uodgers has returned to hU plantation iu Arkansas after a week's visit with bis family bere. Uttuiel Q. Collet, who has been an invalid for many moutns has lakeu a turn for tbe worse la the last) few days, atid his friends are alarmed at his condition, Mrs. Maggie Allen has Just invested lu a new upright piano. Mra. Mary fciuott Is very sick at her home on Mupl<* ave. Mra. Wm. B. Hunaemaii is entertaining her friends at oards this after- noou at her home near East Alton. A number of ladlrs from here went down this morulug in Loehr's wagouette. Tbey were Mesdames liodeineyer. Lathy, MoFarlaud Hewitt, Phlllipa. Levle and Mlvses Sadie Lathy and Alice Phillips. Mr. aud Mra. Will Loehr are tbe proud parents of a uew baby boy. Mrs. N, fiohweppe. a, rnj.orter on the St. Louis l>a«t-Di»iMMu» vlultlug Snurlleff today. Mra. Wouweppe was here lust spring at commencement time, la tbe Interest of the ftwt, and waa so favorably Impressed w " b tue school that uhe has returned with a view to entering it. $31,000 I* CeM. The Illlnol* Ol»m Oo'«. pay-roll of last Saturday night was paid off to the amount of fSl.OOO In gold. The foil •mount WM takeu from the National bank which in a remarkable fuel that one bank can *pare such a large •raonnt of gold. The Illinois OlaM Co., knew nothing of the plan to pay off In gold and the novelty waa arranged by several of tbe office clerks. KWM tbe largest amount of gold ever paid in it single amount by the Illinois Oln»g Co, A Case of Kidney Dneiic Qlven Up by Four Doctors. Beaver Dam, O.--My daughter, after being treated by four doctors and given np for lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. Today she Is able to walk several miles witboutjfatlgne. I feel we would hare k>«t her If it was not for your medicine. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Bold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyes. What do the Chlldrea Drink? Don't give them tea or coffey. Have you tried tbe n<w food drink called QRAIN-O? It Is delicious and nourishing and takes the alaco of coffee. The more Grain O you give the children the more health you distribute through their systems. Grain O la made of pure grains, and when properly prepared tastes like tbe choice grades of coffee but oosta about one- half as much. All grocers sell it. 16c and 2Sc. Tbe funeral of H. H. Senior was held this afternoon nt 1 o'clock from fie Washington street Chapel. Interment was in the city cemetery. Ideal Treatment for Kheumallam. The "Mystic Cure" lor Rheumatism removes at once tbe rheumatic polaon from the system and tbe disease Immediately disappears. Whilst tbe "Myutla Life Renewer" builds up the shattered nervous system, improves tbe digestion and restores tbe general health. It Is tbe greatest cure for all nervous diseases and weaknesses as well as tbe most powerful nerve builder known. It ia sold by H. W, Chamberlain, drnggitt, Alton. A Queer (?) Mealcme. Th?re is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown Ingredient, "or tbat it is a cure-ail, Tbli honest medicine only claims to cure certain diseases, and that its Ingredients are recognized by the moat skilled physicians as being the best for K ; dney and Bladder diseases. It ia Foley'a Kidnev Cure. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. [ISAM. One of tho One entertainments for which our town ia noted was given by our high school at the town hall, Friday evening, Nov. 4 Too much praise cannot be given to Prof, B. L. Terrj- and his eflhient assistant, Miaa Carrie Segraves for tbe energy and labor tbat made such an entertainment possible. A Lafayette scene was the key note to tbe program, and waa composed and arranged by tbe talented professor, a ho a tableau vivant, in which an aged and soured pessimist tried in vain to dim tbe hopes of a brave young optimist, tbe Terry brothers representing tbe characters to perfection. All who look part In tbe exercises did well. Tbe music by the male quartette was warmly appreciated. Tne hoop drill by tbe little girls delighted every one. David Rider gave an addrers on the Spanish- American War, Walter Segravea one of his bumeroua selections, and Mrs Mary A. Beneon an original, patriotic poem, "The Daisy Path." "Defending tbe Castle" was well rendered and the adventures with the gun "Loaded to the Muzzle,'' greatly amused tbe audi- encp. The drama, "Too Much of a Qood Thing," closed the entertainment. "Mrs. Perkins," lady of tbe house, waa charmingly represented by Gather Chappie, tbe young ladles by Nannie and Grace Mllford, May Noble and Bva Relntges. Dora Howard as "Polly" waa an Ideal waiting maid. Bnos Tomkinson bore with dlgnltytbe honors of "Mr. Perkins," head of the family. Thos. Segravns carried thn dlfllout part of "Fred Sobuyler" in a masterly way while Bugene Benson as "Tom Perkins," the country cousin, after upsetting tbe plans and prejudices of bla relatives, bringing down their pride, and also bringing down tbe elegant Mr. Scbuyler himself, finally "brought down the house." SCROFULA It is Foul Blood's ment Advertise- But It la Soon Cured by Hood's Sartaporllla. Yes, Scrofula, if anything, may be called tho advertldcment of foul blood. It in tho scourge of tbe world— offenalve, painful, debilitating, ntubborn and well nigh unendurable. Outward applications do not cure, they only drive the diflloulty to new quarters. Emollients may palliate, they cannot abolish the evil. There i» but one nuro way out, and that In to eliminate the taint from tbe blood. There IB one remedy tbat can effect this, •nd It is the only one that, 10 far as we know, has almout invariably succeeded — even where the system has been poisoned by long years of taint, and the ravages to be repaired are tremendous. That remedy Is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Read this: " My daughter WAS afflicted with impure blood. There were running norog all over her body and they caused her much suffering. W« tried medicines that were recommended as blood purifiers, but could not BOB that they did any good. A friend told me about Hood's Baraapa- rilla and I began giving the girl this medicine. Tho result was that she was perfectly cured after taking a few bottles. Blio ha* had no nymptoms of scrofula sores since that time." MAHIETTTA M. BMITII, Boutli Mlddleboro, Mass. Sarsaparilla li tho hent-ln (act tbe One True Wood 1'urlflor. Iinlit upon lloon'»; tuko no Biiimltuta, 'o Dllla i' 1 ' 1 luinuniitou»ly with S flllS laud's baraapurOla. Hood's H07EL MADISOK s/n..s. Pniprletor A'pr, III Qo to M. Morita'w for your collars, W, two for Kf, for your cuffs, Itf per pair, The beat (or the money. Quit coughing laeaay enough, if you take Dr. Belt's Plue-Tar-Hcnev. Itouta tbe mucus and allay* tbe Inflammation so that there la no Inclination to cough. It lopihe* tbe bronchial*, and ia strength' Die throat and lung*. All S. F. CONNOR Ki-ll E»lilr. Insurance CiilUcllflf •nd BuUiifny ti4 Uoio 41 TCW I],!, Atooc^Mlon TWO STORES. During tlte past yours we have been eo crowded in our afore on Third street tbat we bit vo baen compelled to apread out. For the accommodation of onr patrons and to show onr large stock of gnoda wo have opened A New Store At 317 Belle st. All our Toys and Fancy Goods will be found there and our China, Glass, Qranlta and Tinware, Lamps and [louse Furnishing Qooda will be found at our Third street store. Oar ambition la to have the pret- 'lest and completes! store in Southern Illinois and we think we now have It. Come and eee us in our old and onr new home. HOPPE. i Sioo Reward $100. The readers of this, paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tne blood and mucous surf aces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building np the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors have BO much faith in its curative powers that they offer $100 reward for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggiate, 76/». The President at Chicago's Jubilee. Chicago and Philadelphia have been Indulging in a great deal of enthusiasm during the last week or so, by celebrating the American victory of arms with peace jubilees. It Is a fitting way to celebrate the return of peace, and a way that is inspired by a lofty sentiment. In Chicago, the ceremonies began on Sunday, October IS, and extended until Friday, October 21. President MoKlnley, returning from the Omaha exposition, remained over at Chicago to participate in their jubilee. There were in line veterans of tho olvil war, marching together as brothers reunited, and civic Hocieties whlcli make for militant citizenship and patriotism, while in between were boy cadets for future armies. Our picture, which is taken from Harper'n Weekly shows the President .on the grand stand reviewing the soldiers. The rain which fell did not dampen the ardor of the people, and the day ended with a grand complimentary banquet to the President and other guests at the Auditorium. For Rent—4-room house, cor. 7th and Henry sts.—fl. Wa. Bauer. 1o Cure Catarrh do not depend upon snuffs, inhalants or other local applications. Catarrh is a constitutional disease, and can be successfully treated only by means of a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly purifies the blood and removes the scrofulous taints which cause catarrh. The great number of testimonials from those who have been cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla prove the unequalled power of this medicine to conquer this dlseace. If troubled with catarrh give Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair trial at once. The election la past now . and the people will have a rest from snob excitement. The afternoon being unfavorable the stay-at-home vote was quite large. The result in Foster township was: State Treasurer—Whlttemws 1W, Dunlap 121. Congress—Johnston 148, Jett 122. Senator- Brenholt 155, Kinder 118. Representatives•- Cadwullader 219, AioKittriok 219) Shepard 172, Todd 172. Judge-Early 150, Glass US. Clerk Rinlker 160, Lanbam 118, Sheriff—Kuhn 175, Motz 99. Treasurer-Tetboriugton 131, Cramer 136. County 8i»pt.—Honeon 141, Dooling Wm. Zimmerman of Harvol, Montgomery county, spent- Hnnday at the bnrg with relatives. Mrs. Ivert Meeden, one of our much respected citizens of the west Bide, 1 enjoying a visit with relatives at Witt Montgomery county. Mr. S»m Peters baa returned from Kansas, where be baa been seeking a fortune. Sam's appearance would In dlcate that Kansas air has thoroughly agreed with him. His many acquain tances are mnch pleased af his return Henry Sheldt and family of Wood burn, spent Sunday witb Mrs. Barbara Kreig. Wra. Metiers has Bold bis corn bus ker to Johu Denton -who lives nca Bunker Hill. Rev. .7. O. Outhrie, of Upper Alton occupied the Baptist church pulpi Sunday. ^ * v Mr. O. f. Foster was a recent visitor to Woodburn. Mr. Aug. Seller, of St. Louis, was in town Sunday. James Qinet, of Macoupin county was at the bare Monday. Mrs. Lucy Frankford went to St Louis, Monday, to visit her daughter Ben Plager, of Moro, gave a party to bis friends Saturday night. Those who attended from bere were Wm. Flerman, Henry and Ohas. Pleger, Ed and MIPS Mary Fensterman, Mlus Martha Petermeyer, Miss Lnln Stroh back and Clarence Wood. TO NATURB. Backaches, Headaches and Nervousness are Messages for Von. To moat people » bicVaohe aeems a verr pin thing, to OB got rid of by "working It o Sometimes the pain does ''work off 7 '—sc Tomont. .... __ pain does "'work off"'—some tlmns It docs not. Whether It does or not thooghtrul people should come to understand that a backache U a warning tint In not M tx> neglected without danger of contrao Ing a disease that will limit life to a few months, or may be. v«ar» of a fferlng. K'dner troubles have been better understood of late, years, and kidney troubles In relation to rheumatism and neuralgia la only beginning to bo fully ootiprehund d. The kidneys are fillers through which tho blood passes, and If they got How to Curo Bilious Colic. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by biliousness and bad to take medicine al the while until I need Ohauiberlain't Oollo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which oared me. 1 have since recommended it to a good many people.--Mrs. F. Butler, Fairhaven, Conn Persona who are subject to billons colic can ward of the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptom* appear. Sold by B. Miirati and 8. H, Wys». When You Take Cold nothing Domes in so uieful as a bottle of Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Houey. Good for children, good for everybody. A remedy you can always roly upon to cure a cough, an attack of croup or other bronchial trouble. 25c at up- a-date drug stores. The three-year-old boy of J. A. Johnson, of Lynn Center, 111., is subject to attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied that the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, during a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He is in the drug business, a member of the flrm of Johnson Bros, of tbat place; and they handle a great many patent medicines for throat and lung diseases. He had all these to chose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to his cnil, but selected this remedy for use in his own family at a time when his child's life was in danger, because he knew il to be superior to any other, and famous the country over for its cures of croup. Mr. Johnson says this is the best selling cough medicine tbey handle, and that It gives splendid satisfaction in all cases. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT. Three Ubes or less under this heading: One |me, 15 cents; three daje, ttoeuttj one week 60 oentu sSJltlocsl times same rate, cash down, FOR SAL& COR 8/il<E— Old papers, o acy rjuatilty Al • the TKUORIPB offloe. COR SAX.E— AH In need of kindling wood ^oan • be suppll«d by tolephonlog No. 41, Illinois Boifaotoir. 12 cer load-B. Levls. Form ' our m "eo nortnwest ol LltohHeld, 160 acres. $60 an acre. Forpdr- UoularsaddressO. A. Brown, or M. 8. Brown, Brighton or T. O. Brown. Alton, 111. 22tf oTory part or the body Buffers. First the ncrrns toll the isle. A backachn gives warning. Time has fully proven that Ihoi.s -nrtn who otherwise would sureiy hare died, have been rostorod to health by Morrow's Kld-no-oldt. Themannor In which this raedlclnr-ii acts Is Illustrated by the case of Mrs. Peter Hellrnng, 71)2 Race St., Alton, III., who says: "Iwas troubled with rheumatism fur some time; my suffering was terrible, at times It was almost Impossible for me to bear It. I had a severe pain In my back; at times the naln In my back was si serera that I could hardly get up or down. I could not sl»ep at night or real sny time. I was told of Morrow's Kld-no-olclH and whnt benefit Ihoy had b(>en to others who had suffered as I did, but I could scarcely beliefs it because I had irled everything under tho sun that was recommended to me to cure kidney trouble nd rheumatism, and they did me ,.o good. But I thought I would try Kld-ne-olds and I got a box at S. H. Wyss' drug (.tore. I was grostly surprised when In a day or two the pain began to leave me asl( by magic, and after a time I felt perfectly well and havo continued to feet so ever since." Kld-ne-olds ar« Yellow Tablets (not pll aland cure kidney ailments, nervous ess, etc. I.lver- lax are small red pellets and cure constipation. Kld-ne-olds CO cts; Uvorlax 2fl eta st druggists or mailed by John Morrow * Co., Chemists, Springfield, O. •o- Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting the mucus, allaying the inflammation, healing and strengthening. Ic will cure a cough or a cold in one night and exhilerates the lungs against the inception of disease. 25o at good drug tores. No cures no pay. O .A. £» _^ ^ Th« Kilrf Youjja»MhHJ3 Signature of Try Grain- 01 Try Graln-0! Ask your grocer to show you a package of OBAIN-O, the new food drink i hat takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try it like it. ORAIN-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is make from pure grains, and tbe most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half tbe price of coffee. 15o and 2&o per package. Sold by all druggists. | Mr. N. N. Osburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a lame back. He was persuaded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It gave him relief in one night. This remedy is aleo famous for its cures of rbeuma- H°m. For sale by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. KID GLOVES. Vvhy we Sell so Many! Why we Should Sell More! BECAUSE: They are as good as any Gloves in the world. BECAUSE: They are better thin most Gloves in the world. ESTELLE—2 clasp with "Cluze Patent Thumb," the best glove in the land for $i a pair. GOLD MEDAL—2 clasp with "Cluze Patent Thumb," at $1.25 a pair. Misses Glove, same quality, at $i. ST. DENIS—Genuine Ph.Courvoisler French Kid Qlove, 2 clasp, with "Cluze Patent Thumb" at $1.90 a pair. SNEDE--Courvoisier Chambod Snede.very swell, with "Cluze Patent Thumb," at $ i 7? a pair. Comejand see these Gloves, it will do you good. We Consider it a Pleasure to Show Goods, "IF AT FIRST YOU DONT SUCCEED," TRY SAPOLIO. Kat Forming Oxygen. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey cures coughs and colds' and soothes the air passages. It heals the brnnobial tubes and strengthens the weak lungs. It builds up tbe tissues and enables the blood to receive its proper supply of oxygen . Bean ths Signature of Bought M. MAHONEY, NSURANCE AND REAL ESTATh FOR SALE. Two-story double brink dwelling 10 room. iprlngst. B-room frame dwelling on fountain st. U-roorn brlok dwelling OD Belle st. *-room frame dwelling on State st. J-room frame dwelling with 8 lots Upper Altoi Jne-story S-room frame dwelling, SOSTVIUtan >roet. M7>lCOftwcst line of Main street. Blgmone) Two-story i-room frame dwelling on Bluff 26-acre tract near Edwardsvllle Crossing. ^Owstory 6-room brlok dwelling, cor 4ih sue W-acre farm, 8 miles southwest of Brighton. Two-story brick store, No. 611 Belle st? Sixty-sore farm/ good brlok dwelling and rame barn, Jersey county. Two-story brick store. No. (18 Belle at. Two-story »-room frame, slate roof dwelling, lots and 6* aores of laud. Bonania for pur- ** 1 " 11 *' °° rf Alb> One Dollar Coupon. -o$i oo-One Dollar-$i.oo IweSSS 80-aore farm three miles north of Upper Altot a lots on Easton street, 60zlSO eaoh. 7-rpoii frame dwelling. Highland Park. -ro om tram* dwelling ni> «h «t. ,BMr H.mr This Coupon will be received as part pay on any cash purchase of TEN DOLLARS or over for one week ending Saturday, Nov. 12th, on Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Shoes. j H. A.WUTZLER, 632 East Second St. $i.oo=One Dollar-$i.oo GOING OUT SHOE BUSINESS For a few good tips in the line of Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and Children's fine and Medium grade shoes I would advise] you to watch this space tomorrow. PFEIFPER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. J'UKSIDKNT Mi-KINLMY HKV1K\YING THK Jl'BlLEE PROCESSION IN CHICAGO 1'noM ilAHPKK'f* WKKKI.Y. Amu SKKTCHKB uv II. RKUTBBDAIII. from Uarjur't IIV<A/y. By l\>rwlf»i»u. Copyright, 181)6, by Ha,rp«r & Brothers Howell's Carpet House 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 all kinds of seasonable household goods we can show. Orders for Carpets should be sent in at once to insure prompt delivery. A. J. HOW,ELL, 117 West Third Street 7. W, BURGBSS, ^ Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits' Vegetables, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, Male 5 /ft, Telephone 69.