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VALUABLE BOOK fRtE Art am) fmy Work Given toTelejripH Resderi. Nella Daggett, editor of the published a new edition of her Hook, "Fancy Work and Art Decoration.," giving prubnl instructions for making covers, scarfs, Cured 8V TUB TBtBORAPH PRINTINa COflPANV NOTtCB TO ADVERTISERS t we ibtll oh»rg«th» follow r«n«l«nt noOo«« la oar local ool Innrtlooii to twelveltsertlons •UTII Of ADTIkTIIINO. flrst Insertion 77 iny son George wai 14, he was strjcken with ater- ^sjcians nor medicines helped rPttrm He lost his speech, use of ; ^lto*s and could hardly swal- vi low food. Before he had, fln- 3 ished a bottle of Dr. Miles' § Nervine he could talk and eat ' welL and 5 bottles cured him. f >'•".' Ml* Julia O'Connor. WI1U«. T«a*. DR. MILES' Restorative Nervine is told by all druggists on euarantee, first bottle benefits or money back. •.'.''... Book on heart and nerves sent free. Dr. Mile* Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. BOOKS. . Richard Mansfield's Orest Success CYRANO DE BERQERAC. •Aplsyln five:dots, translated -French o.t Edmond Ros^nd. per BOB Inoh flrst p«r Inch e*<A tberetfter. UOAL AOTMTtllNO tor the Ant insertion, sa4 to cent* >uh rabMauent insertion. TWO STORES. past been so'crowded I During tbe TUB Republican majority In the lower house of tbe Illinois Legislature may not be more than six or eight. -mall.. from the Paper, by igc tHfc Christian, by H au came. Thi : tho only populir edition o£ llall Caln /^.^^^".nd-dr-arn-auo o .....-..-j n. n .« B.vtnall. Calne's success, goc published. Paper, p leiikicwicz (Henryk) Works. te^Trinslated from tho Polish by Jeremiah Curtln. IS/ Ptti Michael. 'Paper. By mall i Coupon No. H96- : : Send this with; a2« stamp to- .Wells, Blob-: : ardson & Co.,: Bnrllngton,Vt.. • and reoeiva by: ; maihand copy • ; each of "Fan-: •oy Work" and' : "Home Pye-: itamped In gold and artistic cover design. The Juckllns, A Kentucky Colonel, '••••"JnV' YOUtHE ffHUi.Cr» ft tvciimwi*^ »»....•» IS pi the River, A Tenn.sae. Judge, " ' 6lit volnmes In a box Reduced from $8 tol^.so ' lipresssge extra. Slnglovoluraes by mall.Ssc I " .Oeoroe Eliot's Works. •••'8'volumei, 12 mo. Cloth, marble edges, .fa.oo ; .; , Expressageextra • I ; Macauley's Works. *tf TOluines, lamo. Cloth, marble edges... Jj.oo JW Bxpressage ext ra. if ite teacher in Literature; a» portrayed in the writing of Engllah, French, German 'and American authors. With a blograph- ::•, loiil sketch and characterization ot fson • suthor.and nn Introduction by B. A.Ulna- Sale, tfn. D.. L. L. D. 12mo, cloth, ^%blfl edges. By mall : J [the Life of Jesus, Renan. '•With many valuable Illustrations. 400 : pages, crown 8 vo, oloth, gilt top. : r : by mail 7* c |f V SHEET MUSICw v&jpu'»r Muslo, per copy, by mall 7* • All tho latest Songs and Music, by mall isc ';'-;, Catalogue on Application. , ADDRESS IFrederic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. mar... fi 10 :0i MASTER'S SALE. ; r j State oC Illinois, City of Alton, 88. ; 'Pity 'Court of Alton, September term, A. •-.,0.« 1896. Manuel H. Boals vs. Michael 8. Bartlett, ? Cnsrte* Bartlett, Ada Arnleln, Thomas .fetoh- er, Amos Fletcher, Caroline Flotohor, Kate K, Fletcher, William F. Fletcher. MaryH. FJetoh- :,«r°Maggle Biggs, Mamie Ballou and Cj»«rles BsrtleU (son of Samuel Bartlott deceased.) In • Chancery. 1)111 to foreclose mortgage. - Public notice Is hereby given, that, In pursu- • • io made andentered by said court or , , anoe of a decree made andentered by sai In the above entitled cause on the zitk Ootober, \. D., 1808, i, Lovl D. Yager, maater (n otianocry ot said City Court ot Anon, will on ! WEDNESDAY, THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D., 1808, at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the ' north front door ot tbe City Hall building,In the Bu •city ot Alton.toountyof Madison and Blateof JUmols/sell at public auction, to tho highest • best bidder, for cash, all nnd singular, the described premises and real estate In 9 mentioned, situated In tho city of Alton county of Madison mid State ot Illinois, or so mnoh thereof as shall bo sufficient to aat- r ' 'tsfjr ssid deoroe, to-wlti 'Ttotsnumbered seven (7) and eight (8),_ln block number fifty-nix (DO), In Godfrey and ' (nan's addition, to Alton: situated In said w pot Alton, county of Madison and Stale of )! " "is. Upon compliance with all the terms of sale 'i and upon the approval of such sale by the court, V»0«MlflO»te ot purohaso will be given the pur- hmser entitling nun to » leod from the Master I Chanoiry oTsald court at the expiration of , -tteen month*, provided redemption be not • '• KW/ionMnr to that time. LjEUVJ Ur IAUun« In Chancery of the City Court of Alton, ivf DAVIS, Comp'ts Solicitor, IViONTHLY SUFFERING. *T*liousandi of * women «ro troubled «t monthly inter. T»l» with pains id the bend, back, breaits, • •bq«lden,tide» bip* *nd limbi. But they need not puffer. These paini «re i/mptoms of d»ngerou» derangetnenU Ch»t «n DO corrected. The men- »trUBl function sboold opcraU IN the lower house of Congress the Republican majority will not be less than IB, and may reach 20. In the Senate it will be 12 or 14. The election unseated seven or eight Democrats and pot In their places Republicans, making tbe Republican strength in tbe Senate 60 to 54, with only 30 to 40 In opposition. PRESIDENT MoKlnley ought to be very happy over the retails of the election. It Is a rare event, indeed, when a President baa a majority In both houses of Congress to sustain him during the last bait of bis term. President MoKinley bos given eminent satisfaction to the nation, and tbe people have expressed their approval of his manly, dignified and statesmanlike course. Tbe approval comes from Maine to California and with unprecedented good feeling. TUBRB is always a disposition on the part of tbe defeated party to tell how it was done. Dick Oioker, Tammany boes, says bis defeat was owing to the popularity of Ool. Roosevelt, because ot his soldier fame. That if tbe election had taken place on tbe day after Roosevelt's nomination, be wonld nave been elected by 100,000 majority; and that if the campaigned continued two weeks longer, Teddy would have been defeated by 60,000. Orokermay solace himself over his defeat by snob reasoning, bni he knows well that be is a discredited bow. If the Republicans can do so well in an off year, in a Presidential year they would be more saccesafnl. Revival Meetings. Although the unfavorable weather daring the present week hae Interfered with the attendance upon tbe evangelistic meetings now in progress at the First Baptist chnrou, nevertheless tbe Interest has been well maintained. Rev. E. B. Lovett preached an earnest sermon to a good congregation last evening from the text, "How long halt ye between two opinions." It was a forcible presentation of the great troth that, In the matter of religion every person must make a choice. itfr, Lovett will preach again this evening, and will close bis engagement here on Sunday. It Is earnestly hipedthat many who have not yet availed themselves of tbe opportunity to bear this successful evangelist will do so before the meetings close. UPPER ALTON. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Morgan came down from Bunker Hill today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morgan. Miss Mamie Gere is visiting friends nMoro. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. W. Barnard are ejololng over the advent of a son. Mr. John Wabl and family are going to housekeeping in the Elwell cottage on Evergreen avenue. Mrs, Sara Boon of Warren, III., u visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Wbitford. TheW. M. A. foot ball team will play tbe S> Louis Manual Training School at Sportsman's Park Saturday afternoon. W. L. Sheldon, leader of the St. Louis Ethical Culture Class, addressed the Sbnrtlett students this morning on the anbjeot "War and Character. 1 ' A large number of Alton and Upper Alton people listened to the address which was one ot (he best ever dellv ered In the obapel lecture course. The following brief quotations give the general trend of his lectuie: "If all people were born to be 46 years of age there wonld be no wars." "Young blood wants to flgbt; If it had not been for tbe boys Irom 21 to SO years, there would have been no war between Spain and the United States." "Four out of every five men over 86 would rather stay at home and read about the war than go and Bght." "There will be no more great wars, because new instruments of war will do away with all chances for personal bravery." Tue committee on Lights appointed by tbe Town Oounall baa been busily engaged the past week pUoing tbe 44 Incandescent lights which are to replace the 10 arc lights. They have Found it difficult to please every one, but have done their best to distribute them equally and impartially. and are practical offer Is made to advertise tbe reliable Diamond Dyes and to get their book npon borne dyeing Into tbe bands of women wbo want to dress well by making their old clothing look new. Diamond Dyes are prepared specially for home nse, and simple. Tbey Sake fast colors, and are far superior to any other method of home dyeing. Bend for tbe books today. They will help yon in making Christmas gifts, etc. . ' 8HE~Ts AN ALTRUIST. Hl» Emily SHonne, • VitnderblM Miss Emily Vandcrbilt Sloano, tho announcement of whoeo engagement to John H. Hammond has greatly interested Now York society, presents the unusual combination of an heiress who is also nn altruist. Miss Slonne is a granddaughter of tho lute William H. Vnnderbilt and n nieoe of the throe living Vandarbilt eons, She will inherit wealth from several sources, but in spite of her $5,000,000 and tha other millions which will come to her she bo- lloves that her mission In life is to make the world better and happier. This is not only her belief, but she attempts to live up to U. While Miss Sloaue has been prominent in many of tho notable social fouo- tions of New York's Four Hundred, slie is noted among her friends for her unostentatious charities, her enthusiasm for mission woik and for the creditable .,_ years we have n otir store on Third street that we have been compelled to spread out. For tbe accommodation of our patrons and to show our large stock of goods we have opened A New Store At 317 Belle st. All our Toys and Fancy Goods will be found there and our China, Glass, Granite and Tinware, Lamps and House Furnishing Goods will be found at our Third street store. Our ambition is to have the prettiest and completes! store in Southern Illinois and we think we now have It. Come and eee us in our old and our new home. HOPPE. HNANClAl STATEMENT To the StockhoMm of flaw Chaalauqua W. C. T. 1). Atioctatlon. A§ treasurer Brad secretary of the above association we herewith enb- mlt our third annual statement of the financial coudltlon of the association for tho year ending Nov. 1. 1898: FINANCIAL EXHIBIT. DH. Balance on h»nd Nov. 1, »B7.. .f 5 86 From JerseyTille Union to pay on Inenranoe 2 00 Prom Paradise Union for game 1 CO Advanced by Mis. English for Insurance 1 00 Donated 16 Received from rent of rooms and cots 72 20 Received from Uhantauqaa Association to apply on prog'm 25 00 LISTEN TO NATURE, Backaches, Headache* and Nervousness are Messages for You. To mo pi aim- off." nome- or not ^.^J^w&y/r, jiotilies the pain does ''work oB"~i times It does not. Whether It does 01 ...... thoughtful poople should come to understan* that a backache Is a warning that w."" 1 . jii. neglected without danger of contracting s disease that will Mmlt life to a few months, or may iSve been bolter understood Total receipts from al sources. $107 20 FINANCIAL EXHIBIT. OB. Insurance on W. O. T. U. building 0 10 00 Ohautauqua Association per cent on receipts 0 60 Mrs. Bnpt. W. 0. T. U. building 10 00 Rent on carpet 200 On carpet purchases 5 00 Printing laet year's financial statement 1 00 Postage and stationary for year 2 36 Laundry for W. O.T, U. bnild'g 4 30 Cleaning rooms in eame 2 75 Sundries for same 1 86 To State W. O. T. U. workers for season of 1898 4000 Hotel for meals for same 2 00 Planting trees on lot 100 E. Bobannon, lumber for walk and work on same 6 80 Ohautanqua Asa'n, care of lota 1 00 Mrs. English, money advanced on insurance 1 00 Hauling furniture and baggage from depot 70 Interest on indebtedness 200 Principal on ^indebtedness— 7 00 Balance on hand Nov. 1,1808.. 86 of 'utoVesrsT"snd kidney troubles In relation to rheumatism and neuralgia Is only fcWJJ'Jfjf <2 be fully ooreprehendtd. Tho kidneys ere niters through which the blood passes, and If they get out of order, the blood remafoi '""Pure ana every part of the body suffers. First the nerves toll tn6 tale. A backache (tires w^"'"?;™™ baa fully proven that thoustnds who otherwise wonld surely have died, have been restored to health by Morrow's Kid-no-plds. The manner In which this medicines aota la Illustrated by the case of Mrs. Peter Hellrung. W R»pe St., Aiton, Ill.,wbosaya: "Iwas troubled with rheumatism for some times my Buffering was terrible, at tlmoo It was almost Impossible for me to bear It. I had a severe pain In my backs at times the pain In my back was si a 6 ™™ *?." ' could hardly got np or down. I could not iltep at night or rest any time. 1 wss told « Morrow's Kld-ne-olda and what benefit they had been to others who had suffered as I did, but I could scarcely believe It beosuse 1 had tried everything under the sun that was recommended to me foouro kidney troubleL'?d rheumatism, andJtajr dWjnej.0.good^ But^I thought F^, o- SPECIAL SALE and regular. It puU't _______ menstrual organs in condi* to do their work properly. that stops all this pain. , will any woman suffer ith after month when Wine rdul will reli«v« her? It fi.oo at tht drug store. don't you get • bottU advice, In MUM* requiring 1*1 directions, address.giy- symptoms, "Tit* LaoUs' 1 Departm«nt," — MedlcuM Teatu Co., GAELIC LEAGUE OF AMERICA. N»lli)uul Orvniiliutlon Formed For tb« Htudr of Art nud l.ll«m«urii. Delegates from tho various Gaelic societies in (be United Status met at tbe rooms of the Now York Gaelic society the other nlglit and formed a national orfaauiiuitlou to bo hereafter known us tliu Gaelic League cf America. Tho ob- jeots of tbe now organization are the cultivation of the language, literature, mu- sio and art of Ireland. Former Assistant Beoretary of the Navy William Mo- Adoo made the principal address, iu wliioh be net fortli the objects of tho leugue. Mr. MoAdoo spoke In English. Tho other speeches and sougi which followed the meeting were in GaeJIa. A feature of the musical programme was tho singing in Gaelic of "The Blur Spaugled Buuuer. " The translation was made by the Ituv K O'Growuey of Prasuott, A. T. Many prominent Irish-Americans are iu sympathy with tho new organisation. Letters were received from Cardinal Gibbous, Arohblsbup Koane, tbe Rev. Dr. Couaty, president of the Catholic university t»t Washington, aud Supreme Court Justice Joseph ff. Daly.— Now Jfork Sou. ^ _ Witrulnv to Fr*B««. If Knwae would look at the wrecks outside of Santiago harbor it might tug- rat a different way to satisfy her ban- to 1 than going to war with a uavnl pow- JUfqiWt. HpalOing bid, Ideal Treatm ent for Rheumatism. The "Mystic Cure" (or Rheumatism removes at once the rheumatic poison from the system and the disease im- mediatelv disappears. Whilst the "Mystic Life Benewer" builds np the shattered nervous system, improves the digestion and restores the general health. It is the greatest cure for all nervous diseases and weaknesses as well as the most powerful nerve builder known. It is sold by H. W. Chamberlain, drugght, Alton. well sid Kveooitlnned »feel so ever since. » Kld-ne-olda are Yellow Tablets (not pll sjand cure kidney ailments, nervouaf cas, etc. Mver- lai are anjallrod pellets and cure constipation Kld-no-olfs SO o^ Llverlax 2» ot.'^rugglsti or mailed by John Morrow Springfield, O. ft Co ists sts, A Queer (?) Mealcme. Tb«re is a medicine whoso proprietors do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient, or that it is a cure-all. This 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 is Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. MIS8 KM1I.Y VANDKIIDILT SLOASK. literary productions which have come from her pen. She is tbe author ol throe boobs, all of them written to further tbe altruistic idea. Like most of the Vanderbilt girls, Miss Sloano is a tall, dark brunette with a graceful figure and an attractive face. That she is very mnch In earnest about her altruism is shown by her engagement to Mr. Hammond. While he is a very estimable gentleman, he has not been generally considered as a member of the exclusive "Fifth avenue set." He has neither great wealth nor long lineage. His fa.lier, however, was the late General John H. Hammond, who was General Shermt, 's oliief of staff. Mr. Hammond is an altruist also. Ever since he was graduated from Yale iu tbe class of '02 he has been interested iu phiiauthroplo efforts and social reform movements. It was this common interest which drew tho young people together. Tbe wedding is expected to be one of the great social events of New York's spring season. 9ioo Reward 9100. 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 the blood and mucous surf aces of the system, thjreby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building np the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have ao mnoh faith hi Ita curative powers that they offer «100 reward for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, The boat way to avoid sickness IB to keep yourself healthy by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, tbe great blood purifies. What do the Children Drink? Don't give them tea or coffey. Have you tried tbe nr w food drink called GBAIN-O? It is delicious and nourishing and takea tbe alace of coffee. The more Grain O you give the children tbe more health yon distribute through their systems. Orain-O is made of pure grains, nnd when properly prepared tastes like the choice grades of coffee but coats about one- half as much. All grocers sell it. 15o and 25c. Total 107 20 Balance due on lot 3300 Balance dne on carpet purchase 6 00 Total indebtedness 38 00 In addition to the above statement the t Alton local unions put new furnishings in room No. 5 of W. 0. T. U. building to the amount of $15. Medora, Fidelity and Jereeyvillo Unions also added new furnishings to rooms No. 1 and 4 to about the same amount. Mrs, Hattie 8. Bell, Treas., Brighton. Mrs. Carrie Trotter, Seo'y, Piasa. Nov. 1st, 1898. A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up by Pour Doctors. Beaver Dam, O.—My daughter, after belcn treated by four doctors and given up for lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. Today she IB able to walk several miles without fatigue. I feel.we wonld have lost her H It was not for your medicine. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyes. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting the mucup, allaying the Inflammation, healing and strengthening. It will cure a cough or a cold m one night and exhilerates the lungs against the inception of disease. 25o at good drug tores. No euros no pay. Saturday a « d nond*iy p in. and 36 in. wf Percale, in Fancy Plaids, Polka Dots and Navy Blue; specia!, v 6M^ a yard. 7# X and %X? best Comfort Prints, in Oil Red, Robes and Fancy Twilled; special 6#X a yard, How to Cure Bilious CoMc. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by biliousness and had to take medicine all the while until I used Chamberlain's Oollo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured me. 1 have since recommended it to a good many people.-Mrs. F. Butler, Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who are subject to bilious oolio can ward of the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the flrst symptoms appear. Sold by B. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. •jfOEE.3C.4a,. .Thaw You Haw Always Fleece Lined Prints, New Patterns, at ^ "yd. 10 per cent reduction on all Dress Goods joX a yard and upwards. 6oX French Flannel, beautiful patterns, best goods; special 40^ a yard. •jtf? Outing in Light and Dark Patterns at ^ a yd. White Domet Flannel $? at 4?. Extra good quality at 5? a yard and T#? a yard. 1 1-4 $i. jo Blanket, good size and weight; special, $1.05 a pair. 11-4 $5 Blanket, extra size and weight; special at llonton Meroliuuti Ajfiiliut Kxpuntlon. Boston, Nov. 11. — At n meeting of the directors of the Boston Merchants' association t)ie following resolution was unanimously adopted: "Resolved, That In the opinion of the board of directors of this association the acquisition of any part of the Philippine Islands, except what Is needed for a naval station, would be detrimental to tlut Interests of the United States." Biliousness Is caused by torpid llvt'r, which prevents digestion and permits food to ferment uiul putrlfy In tliu Htiinmoh, Then follow illnieliiesa, lu-iuluohe, Hood's Insumlna, ricrvoiisni-ss, mill, K not ri'lldvcil, l>lll«u» fuvor or blood poisoning, Hood's Pills stlnmlutu Ilii' RliNiuirn, roiino tliu liver, eure lawlmihn, dl/nlnosa, con- stlliHtlnn, eU>. W cents. Hold by nil ilrilKglsbi. ' '' Iliad' , . . TUtuinlv J'IU» to WUu wl'.'.. I . d's :--"•-• .irllla, S. F. CONNOR 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 Ma little boy's life. He is in the drug business, a member of tbe firm of Johnson Bros, of that place; and they bandle a great many patent medicines for throat and lung diseases. He had all these to chose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to bis call, but selected this remedy for use in his own family at a time when bis child's life was In danger, because he knew U to be superior to any other, and famous the country over for its cures of croup. Mr. Johnson says this Is the beat selling cough medicine they handle, and that It gives splendid satisfaction in all oases. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Mr. N. N. Osburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a lame back. He was persuaded to nse Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Itgave him relief in one night. This remedy is also famous for Its cures of rheumatism. For sale by E. Marsh and 8 H. Wyss. — ========= Fat Forming Oxygen. Dr. Bell's Plne-Tur-Honey cures coughs and colds and soothes the air passages. It heals the bronchial tubes and strengthens the weak lungs. It builds up the tissues and enables the blood to receive Us proper supply of oxygen. O j£±. JS "f O H. X A., Bean the >» Tto Rind YOU HaW_W» Blgutnre of 1H. /VIAHONEY, NSURANCE AND REAL ESTATl rOK SALE. Two-«orj double brtok dwelling 10 room lorlntfHt. Vroom frame dwelling on Fountain at. U-room brtok dwelling on Belle at. S-room frame dwelling on State »t. 8-room frame dwelling with «loU Upper Altoi Dne-itory E-room trame dwelling, SM WUllao. ' imiwft west line ot Main street. Big monej Two-story 6-room trame dwelling on BluB 25-aoro tract near Bdwardsrtlle Crossing. One story "-room brick dwelling, oor 4th and 10-aore farm, a miles southwest of Brighton Two-atory brick atore, Ho. 611 Bell* it. Sixty-acre (arm, good brtok dwelling and Tame barn, Jersey county. Two-story brick itcre, No. Bl» BeUe »t. Two-atorr t-room frame, elate roof dwelling, lots and 6ft aorea of land. Bonania for pur- One-story 4-room frame dwelling, oor. Albi "Vwo flue lota on Bute street,inorth of DluK <" Two lots on Dry street. Two-story 8-room frame dwelling, large ban andilz acres of land, Horth Alton. 80-aore farm three mllea north of Upper Altoi Z lota on Euton street, WzUO each. 7-room frame dwelling, Highland Park. 8-itory brlok bulMIng s.w. oor. 6th and Plaai o, «h st .„.., Hern, Try Oraln-OI Try Oraln-OI Ask your grocer to show yon a package of GBAtN-O, the new food drink i bat takes the place of coffee. Tbe 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 the most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half the price of coffee. 15o and 25c per package. Sold by all druggists. |_" ___ Quit is easy enough, If yon take Dr. Bell's Plno-Tar-Usney. It cuts the mucus and allays the inflammation so that there is no inclination to cough. It soothes the bronohfala, and is strengthening to the throat and lungs. All good druggists sell it. R. R. EXCURSION RATES. Alton" (or Colorado. 'TUB Burlington to Omaha. T he Burlington to Colorado, to Pniret Sound Points. California and H omoseekera Excursions.—Nov. 1st and 15th and Deo. Oth and 20th, via the Burlington. 0EDUCED lutes to Northern and Western •> reaorta now In effect via the C. ft A. R. and connections. R. Or when threatened with pleurisy, pneumonia or bronchi! IP, there is .nothing better than a HOT WATER BAG laid on the chest to ward off fatal results. We have all kinds of Rubber Goods, Atomizers, Hot Water Bags, etc. Also Syrup.White Pine and Tar, Throat Syrup, Lozengers for Coughs. Marsh's Drug Store. DON'T MISS THEM ©DELS Sacrifice Sale (Eor. 3d and Piasa sts. Tbe Burlington Route bo»t lino to all northern * norteorn and western summer resorts. Cheap rates now In effect. For Information apply to J.B. Tbonu, A^ent. Homeiookon I'louratrms, Nov. Ift-For tbla lithe c. A A. R. R. will sell excursion tlokoti it very low rates to tho West, South .Southwest and Northwett. Limit 21 days. Stop oven granted. A nnual Meeting, Grand Lodge. I. O. 0. P., anrlngdold Nov. 16-lB-Foraboyulhp U. * U.H.wlll soil exouralon tickets Alton to Spring- Held and return at low rate on NPV . 11 to 10 In - uluilve. Return llmllh Nov. IDlh. The Durllngton's Through Car Service—Pal- I »<x> Sleepers and Chair Cars (seats freo) to Kanum City, St. Jco, Omalia, Denver, Bllllngi. Jtook Island, Dubuqua, Csdar Rapids, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tourist Bloopers to Han Francisco and Los Angeles, Ca Ifornla, Portland, Oregoo via Denver and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., oall or address J, II. Thomas, Agont. Real •ad Estate, Insurance Collecting Afeat. PiaMDBuuUaH ••«] boat (Association PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT TO** UMS or MM uawtklshMilaf i DBS Uat, UMatoi HUM 4ay*,ttOMt«iOM*Mk Netaui sMItfaMsl Ham MM* rat*, OMk Ion. FOR At oil BOS •louri, nimnuiiuui, *vimuw*u. ........ Virginia and Wisconsin, via BJg Four, formation and tickets wUion U. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. |-lomsseekers' excursion at very low rates n v ls Big spsolflad points fn Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Ter- Itcry, Iowa, KIIWM, Kentucky, Louisiana, Hloblgan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, lebraska _North Carolna, North b»koU#k .- TlokstAgent.l HQineseekers' Kiourslons. — Upon certain sldatJM ot October, November and December, • C, i A. will sellMoursion tickets »tgroatiy rates to points In Alabama, Arlioot, Colorado, Florida. Georgia, Idaho,,. Kansas/Keutuojgr, FALL and WINTER 1899. The most complete line of Foreign and Dtxne^tic Woolens for Suits, Pants and Overcoats, just received. Style, Fit, Workmanship and Prices guaranteed. Come and be Convinced before going elsewhere. M. MORITZ, Merchant Tailor, ua West Third st. Licensed ARCHITECT QMMral 8n»»riatra4*at «n4 Mechanical Draaf bUmu. IM W. THIRD 4TRBBT, Third Ptoor. "IF AT FIRST YOU DQNT SUCCEED, "TRY SAPOLIO. One Dollar Coupon. o$i oo=0ne Dollar=$i.oo This Coupon will be received as part pay on any cu«-h purchase of TEN DDL- LARS or over for one week ending Sahr- day, Nov. i2th, on Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Shoes. * I H. A.WUTZLER, - 632 East Second St. $i.oo=One DoHar-$i.oo Friday and Saturday. SHOES ! 5HOES ! New Shoes/Stylish Shoes, up to date Shoes, good Shoes: Shoes for men, : Shoes for.. women, Shoes for girls, Shoes for boys; Baby Shoes, Grandma Shoes, Grandpa Shoes, Shoes that have f soles under them. Good shoes to tie to— impossible to get on your uppers if you bu^ our shoes. Shoe Hung np Prices Oat Down. Oar Show Windows we a study in Shoe economy. We have hung these up so that he .who rnna may read » lot of shore enough bargains which are best samples o ! hundreds of others within. There is only one way to beat our low ptjoes fnd that is to go bare foot. Look at theso for Ladies' and Misses:' . *' ' -. For Ladies the celebrated Plngrae and Smith, J. J.' and Wright & Peters Go's »2. «2.60, |3 np to *5 Plngree & Smith composite Shoe in tarns and welts Misses' and Children's School Shoes in heavy Dong.. Calf. How is this going at. . . ........ . . .... ^/. Men A 8 i9 0 5- d , ova J? 9. alf i K W 0 ,? °. a1 '' Tll!8n GaU » J Calf, King Oalf, Box Oflf, Willow Calf, values t4,p, |6, go at $2.98 Boys' in same, g )ing at ........................ ...... > ',* ..... . . 98c, $1 29, »l SO PFEIFFER, & BAILED, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. eDian & Co., gat Me, 1.29,, 2.4$ at . , . . 1.79 and 2.09 cl Kid and Box Jfc, We, 77c, 99, $1.29 Howell's Carpet House has some fine new patterns in Carpets, just the latest things out, and the prettiest.t$ J?e.had. Rugs of all kinds, Linoleums, 0j(-Clpths and all kinds of seasonable household^gop^s we can show. Orders for Carpets should Resent in at once to insure prompt delivery. ' A. J. HOWiELL, 117 West Third Strek. 7 W Best Brands Staple and Faulty Vegetables, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour Oysters, Celery, Fresh Bread, Fancy Spices, Fine Teas and Coffee?, ^!c, Free Pflirt QRQCER, * Fruits, , Fresh jtter, Flour, Pure Telephone 69. livery to the City. any F HSJl! w .IiLB e J. SOTTER & SON

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