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r - Treasurer State of Maine. BV 1HK TDLEOBAPH PRINTINO COrtPANV. MONDAY KVB., NOV. NOTICK 10 ADVKK113KKS. Kor lheyo»rlSV8 *o shall ch ." rK , r '' h M™ gratetfor war,til<>:.i notice* I" uur l0 " 1 4< Three yeart ago I was all run down, weak, exhausted} had Indigestion, constipation, and my «ystem was debilitated in general. Physicians did not help me and I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine. Now, I am to, well as ever. ohu. A. white, Kx-Tr*ai, 8UU of M«ln«, Gardiner, Me. 77 OR. MILES' Restorative Hervine ll sold by all druggists on (jiiarantee, first bottle benefits or money buck. Book on heart and nerves sent tree. Or. Milt* Medical Company, Elkhart, lno% BOOKS. Rlohard Mansfield's Great Succens CYRANO DE BERQERAC. 8ln»le Inierllon Three to fira Insertion* Bit to twelte InnertlonR !UT(BOF ADVF.RTI3IHO. PRR MHR. ...10 cents. . . 7 cent*. ... ft cent*. lion. ta pur Inch first m&mh month thereafter. LtOiL II.M per Inrh r»"h and Bfi c"il" pei II per loch for ttic firm Inf ortlon, «n< »r mr.it for e»ci> nubsequont innerilon. A pUfy In Ore acts translated French ot Edmond Ro»:aniJ. from tho I'aper, by mall. IUM, by Hull Came. p rnis is I ul«r edition of Hall Game's and dramatic BUIWOBS, ipor. By mall a r Hull Caine. _Thla is theonl published. Slenklcwlcz (Henryk) Works. Tnnilated from the Pollnh by Jeremiah Curtln. W«il«>. •' JVtth Fire (ad Sword I7C Paper. By mall. Oplc Read's Select Works. Handaomely gotten up and f M '» "."W^. 1 * 0 MM or alnffle volumes, prnted on line laid pa- M?, tkunfin MolUston cloth, go'd tons, um.-ut •Me KD& bottom edges, stamped In gold and Ink within (original and artistic cover design. Old Bbenntr, The Jucklln.i, My Vomw MuUr. A Kentucky Colonel, So th« SBW«aee Hirer , A Tenn.wee Judge. Fix TOinmes In a box Reduced from MS 10*4.50 "Brpreisage extra. Slnglovolumon by mall.«sc George Eliot's Works. 8 volumes, 12 mo. Cloth, marblo edges.. $a.oo Erprossogo extra Macauley's Works. 8 YOlunief, ISmo. Cloth, marble edges. . .$a.oo Bspreuage extra. The Teacher in Literature; as portrayed In the writing of English, French, German , renc, . With a blogra|ih- lo»l sketch and characterization of eaon »nd American authors. IWtl B»DVVM BM" >.««•! w — . ... — - - luthor.and an Introduction by B. A.Ulna- dale, I*h. D..L. L. D. 12mo, cloth, mar- bleedges. Bymall »'•"> The Life of Jesus, Renan. With many valuable Illustrations <uO pages, orown 8 vo, oloth, gilt top. By mail 7SC SHEET MUSIC. Popular Muelo, per copy, by mall 7c All tho latest Songs and Music, by mull »sc Catalogue on Application. ADDRESS Frederic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. " . MASTER'S SALE. SUteof IlllnolP, City of Alton, SB. , Olhr Court of Alton, September torm, A. D.> 1898. Manuel K. Boalx VB. Michael 8. Barllett, Charles Bartlott, Ada Arnloln, Taomm Klntou- •T. *n>oi Fletcher, Caroline Fletcher, Kato E. Fletcher, -William P. Fletcher, Mary (I. Fletcher, Maggie Biggs, Mamie Baliou and Charles Bartleu (uon ot Samuel Bartlett deceased.) In Cfcanoery. Dili to foreclose mortgage. Public notice IB hereby given, that, In nuran- uoe of a decree made andontered by said court In the above entitled cause on tho 21th day of October, V. D., IHIB. l, LXJY! D. Yager, master In ohanpory ot said City Court of Alton, will on WEDNESDAY, THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. , 1808, at the hour ot 10 o' clonk In tho forenoon, at tho ont door ot the City Hall building, In tho Alton, [county of Madison and btato ot nt door ot the City Hall building, In tho btato ola,' sell at public auction, to th and best bidder, tor cash, all and singuar, te following described premises and real estate In B*ld decree mentioned, situated In the city of Alton county o( Madison and Slate of Illinois, or M) much Cheroot as shall bo aulUolont to sul- iBty said decree, to-wlt: Cot* numbered seven (7) and eight (8), In block number llfty-alx (5(1) , in Qodtroy and Oilman's addition, to Alton; altuattMl In uald city Ot Alton, county ot Madison and State of 1111- Upon compliance with all tho terms of Bale and upon the approval of such sale by tho court, (Certificate of purohaeii will bo given the purchaser entitling him to . lood from the Master In Chancery of said court at the expiration ot fifteen months, provided redemption bo not nude prior to that time. Dated, Dot. m. A. D.,^ ^^ Muter In Chancery ot the City Court of Alton, Illinois. IJAVIB, Comp'ta Solicitor. MONTHLY SUFFERING. ^T*hiDni*adt at * women «re troubled at monthly interval* with pains in the bead, back, breasts, •houlderi,tides blp*«nd limbs. Bat they need POt suffer. • Theie pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected, The menstrual function should operate painlessly* Btskse menstruation painlceii, •ad regular. It puU the deli- C*t« menstrual organs in coudl- twin to do their work properly. And that »toj>9 all tUi* pain. Wby will any woman iufler Month after month when Wine fflCaiduiwlll relieve) her? U Mtt $IM> at the drag itore. "•'- don't you get • bottle n * drlce, in caiei requiring 4 direction*, addres», giv- fjrwPtomi, "The Ladle*' "" r ~ rtwent," Co., ILLINOIS' Itepubllcan mnjorily will reach BO.OOT. Not BO bud for nn off year. Tun electrons last, w'cok were a «ad defeat to tho Spaniards. Tney liad hoped that tlio Flr>puhll«aiiH would havo lost tho House. Their laini'iit now IB: "There is nothliif,' i» ltul American electlonu on which to bnno Spanish hopes that there will be a modincatlonof tho demanclB of tho American Government for the Philippines." _ JKBHY SIMPKON, of Medicine Lodge, Kansafl, defoaled for CoriKreeH by 2,000 majority, says: "As for ni>H»ll I will seek onice no more." ThiH means that Jerry will "gain wear -sockH," nnd aa it IB going to bo n cold winter and many blizzards will sweep over tho pi tins of Kansas, Jerry'B shins and feet will be boMtr prepared to withstand the "frosts" that politics and tho weather human shower on him. Tun Spanish cruiser, Maria Toroaa, Is on thobir ofT Cat Island, fai Salvador, not one hundred mile« from (he place where Columbus first landed. There l« only twelve fool of water about tho Teresa. She was blown on shore by the tremendous gile, the fierceness of which can be estimated when It is- stated that tho cruiser draws '& feet of water. Tho natives at ones began looting tho vessel, supposing she was wrecked and abandoned. The U. 8. Government has stopped them in this work. BOSH OKOKKH, the other day, paid that, with Dowey BB KB lead or, Democracy could sweep every State in the Union. Dewey seem to havo heard of the Boas' prophecy, for ho at once cabled hia congratulations' -not to Oroker—but to Ool. Roosevelt, who rode roughshod over Oroker, Van Wyek, Tammany and 'Democracy. Dewoy is not a Spaniard, and therefore sends his congratulation to the gallant Colonel of the Rough Riders. Here is Dcwey's telegram: "Manila—Roosevelt: Heartiest and most/ sincere conunttulatlonfl. Die WHY." (Rodenberfii rnno flomewhere up to- wardHn thousand ahead of hi* ticket in Hunt HI. l.onifl." "Tho fnot in now rpcnllod Hint - AH- ,rp],i, nli-iif Iho mldoMn of Ihn cam • pVign, wrnl r-i Alton nnd madn two ppcochrs in oun dxy. Tho ntmwor in a lurgr-r nvnrnpp IJcpiililican rnni'irlty than Allon, a' Domorralio city, over mpt before nt any <'l'"'li'>n. Tho Allon mnjorily, It Is pointed out, IB tho iniijorilv Mint filecttd n Ropublinan HtntoHeimlor in the Korty-novenlh dinlrict, wlio will have a vote In joint ballot for Ihn ulenllon of n Btiroesflor lo Senator (,'iiilom. And the district, Ibtiy ri'cnll in Ihn Cook comity com- mit'uic, i« ono of the llnost pieces of geirymnndcring done for Democratic Biicct'BH by the Democratic LpgiBlntnro of ISlKt. Over In uningham county, too, they remember InthoOook county comrnilleti rooms, Altgeld made n g'pnerh. And nn liiflpoctlon of the returns from that Senatorial district shows Urge Republican g/iins. "If Hcnlloy could have kept him off tlm slump till the clonn of paign," sajB "Buck" Hlnriehften, might havo carried the State." tho cam wo Ho much depends upon the purity of (lie blood that by taking Hood's Hnrei'-pnrilla many different diseases tire rurcd. UPPERALTON. TWO STORCS. During llio pant years we have boen «o crowded in our store on Third Htroet that wo Imvo been compelled f,o spread out. For tho nccommoda. lion of our i>ntronn niui to show our larpo stock of goods we tmve opened A New Store At 317 Belle St. All our Toya »nd Fancy Goods will be found there and our China, (Mass. OrauiU and Tinware, Lamps and House Furnishing Goods will be found at our Third street store. Oar ambition i* to have the pret- 'lest and completest store in Southern Illinois and we think we now have it. Come and pee us in our old and our now home. HOPPE. SENATOR QUAY of Pennsylvania, lias offered i|10,000 for evidence tlint will convict nny one offering to bribe any member of tho Legislature to volo for any peraon for U. H. Senator. John Wanamaker has doubled Quay's offer, having placet! 820,000 In a Philadelphia bank as a reward to any one who will give evidence t.o convict a bribe-giver or laker. Wanamnker Bays that out of 201 membcra of tho Legislature 150 of thorn nro pledged to vote againut Quay, ami further BiiyH that he will devote all his energies to eliminate Quay and hla corrupt moth- odn from Pennsylvania politics. Slate Board of Equalization. BTho State Hoard of Kqualljsntioii lias completed its labors and adjourned. Its work shows that there was a net decrease of about $20,000,000 this year in the assessments returned by tho local assessors throughout tho otato which aggregate 8093,4*3,70(1, as com • pared with an assessment of §IH3,7;tfi,- 099 last year, but the total valuation as equalized by tho state board wllj not vary more than 1 per cent from that of last year. 109 railroads of tho state, having 0010 miles of track, aro assessed this year at «70,6ril,H45, us against 9850 miles last year assessed at 878,OB2,78(I. 320 corporations, other than railway osrupunio^, representing a paid-up capital stock of SHMlO.im), aro assessed $1-1,61)4,000, as iigttinst an assessment of 315 companies Uat year of §10,908,424. Of thia totitl assessment #12,2(10,070 represents the equalized value of the tangible property of the corporations asac-sned by the loca assessors, and 82,«3.'125 represents the net assessment of capital stock in excess of the equalized value ol the oupitixl,stock aud debt over tho tangible property us made by tho board. Altgeld's Influence. Democrats of Chicago talk disparagingly of Altgold's influence during the recent campaign. A writer says: "The ory now is that the only Alt- geldlau influence left in evidence is destructive of party organization nnd success. Tho dock county returns are cited, not for llio purpouo of proving that any of the tioket could possibly have been «>loctcd, but to prove that it was tho miil'gn inlhiuauo of Altgeld which made most of Hie Democratic ticket here run thouuaudu of votes behind the State tlckot of that party. In tho Uook county committee rooms, and ovun, it is said, in the Mayor's ofllce, It is darkly hinted that Altgeld was the Jonah 011 the recent voyage aud the oatue) of tho Democratic shipwreck. An amusing feature of this lino of logic la the cltu tiou of the disastrous effect of Alt- geld'i) visit to Uitst Ht. Louis, ll id recalled with mournful eioijtiunco that Alijjeld went to Kast St. Louin, not under assignment of thu Httttu committee, but part on his own mo- tiou and largely at the earnest solicitation of Kern, the Democratic candidate for congress In that district, and whose nomination wan forced upon the party and practically shoved down too throats of a large part of it through the pressure of the Altgeld machine, "Aud whut is thu result?" mournfully Inquired a Ohlcugo Democrat Sat urdity. "East St.Louis makes a miserable (showing generally, but against K«n, for whom Aliguld made u special plea, she soomu to Imvtxx erfced tlue (Oil forca of her protest 4^ge)i)l*W- Kern's opponent SumuoljO. Wood ol I'iFgah, III., fpont Sunday with hii sinter Miss Marie Wood, at tho Martha Wood Cottage. Albert Hastings, an employe In the Butler Bros, wholesale house, St. Louie, spent Sunday with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Hastings, Miss Green of Jacksonville, is visit ing friends at Shurlleff College. Mr.'J. M. Anderson is preparing to move hia family to Dallas, Texas, whore his two sons John and Will are In business. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have lived here many years and their departure will bo regretted by their largo circle of friends. Tne Christian Kndeavor Society of tho Presbyterian church will give a candy pull Thursday evening at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. K. C. James. Mm. Frank Greene entertained her Sunday nehool class Saturday afternoon at her homo on Evergreen avenue. Prof. J. P. Whyte preached at the liaptlit church yesterday and drew largo congregations both morning and evening. Toe evening services were especially interesting. Mrs, Whyte naiig "Tho Holy City" to a pipe organ accompaniment placed by Miss Eilao Loverott, and Prof. Whyte spoke on the theme "Christian Patriotism." Tho funeral services of Mrs. Matilda liulman took place yealerday afternoon at the A. M. E. church, and wore conducted by Kev. Henry Depugh and Rev. 8. J. Griswold. Mr. Edward McPhillips Is sick at his homo od Liberty street. Mr. Lathy Yerkop, who is attending college in Deuison, Obio, has joined the collfga foot ball team. Franlue, tho 4 -year-old son of Mr. aud Mrs. a. Martin, died last night at tho family home in Salu. Lyman Bunker is seriously sick at his homo on College avenue. There is a funny story being handled about the streets today at the expense of the village constable, tho coroner and a prominent physician. Itaeoma that yesterday alternoon a young colored wpinan who had been in perfect health was found lying dead Tho members of the family rushed for the doctor and tho constable, who telephoned for the coroner. Together tho trio hastened to the house only to find the woman calmly rocking in hor chair, and laughing at tho scare over her "nap." Tho family wore profuse in their adologies, but a more dlcguited party than the doc-tor, coroner and constable never went homo through book streets. Dorsoy Fuel Co. have left Belle street and are now located at 8M Piasa street. Give them a call. What do the Children Drink? Don't give them tea or coffey. Have you tried the m w food drink called GRAIN O? It is delicious and nourishing and takes the since of coffee. The more Grain O you give the children the more health you distribute through their systems. Orain-O is made of pure grains, and when properly prepared tastes like the choice grades of coffee but costs about one- half as much. All grocers sell it. 15o and 2oc Try Grain-01 Try Orain-O! Ask your grocer to show you a package of GRAIN-O, the now food drink i hat takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury as.weli as the adult. All who trv it like it. GBAIN-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. 13d and 25o per package. Sold by all druggists. FUTURE OF RUSSIA. the In I)mfln*<« to He «h* For*mo«t of Kuroponn Nntinnn. It docs not innttor what tlie stories aro Hint come across tlio fi-n concerning the Htn«e piny of tho nation*, Bomo- wlinro in tho rmrrntivc Is n word thnt rec<>mil70fl tlm Importance thnt. Htissin is diking with rnt:h sncccodiiiR yanr. When Franco nnd Kiifjlnnd tnlk about the- Nil" •valley, IlnMn IH mentioned In tlm next brcnth. Whon it if. Oliina, Knssln Is mentioned. In Ttttltny it is KtiRsin. In jxilittcnl intriKtK'S affecting tun destiny of Kiiropo, KtiBsin is among thu first fnotorB of tho story. We of America tnlk nbontotir Anglo- Saxon nlllunoo, but cleftlny slmpoa all emld, and destiny mny Imvo in store for us Bometliing entirely different from an alliance ot any Hort with any other government or people. America is an isolated continent Not that wo are out oft' from tlio world; but this country is removed from the need of national broils. Whether wo embark in colonial development or not Is not material. Wo aro still away from touching elbows with our neighbors. We aro independent of them, for wo aro a self-sustaining nation. And Kussia has it within he.iBe.lf to create just another groat nation as the United States has grown to bo, nud will continue to bo. Russia has hor means of subsistence in her grout scope of country There is the vigor, and under the wise guidance ot tho czar, a man of more than ordinary ability and political ekill, the empire is pressing to the front. Russia is not on tho ocean. But on the Black sea she is building factories and mills, aud when tho day comes that she needs it, tho route out past Constantinople will be open for her. She reaches to tho Baltic, and in a way to tho Pacific. Time wil do the rest. Russia has the resource nud the power to be tho foremost nation ol Europe. All she needs is the iutolli gent development aud the advanoemen of her people. No wouder the work watches the unconscious giant.—Pitts burg Times. $100 Reward 9100. The readers of thio 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 ia 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 up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. Tue 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 druggists, 767. LISTEN TO NATURE. Backaches, Headaches and Nervousness «rc Messages for You. To most people n lurtnolir- fli>pms n very jln;; ilc thine, t" !><• got rlil of by "working It off. fcom-tlmefl the pain <lo,.» *• work off'•-wime- lm..» It dow. not. Whether It rtoen or not houelitrnl people ohiHilcl come to nmlerjUnd hat a bnrknchc ISA warning tint la not fw lenlorlod without ilanger oFconlrnr_lni! n dl»- enao that will limit life to a few monthn, or may of into yearn Te b-on totter and kidney troubles In to o no yearn, an rheumatism and neuralgia Is only twglunlng to bo fully coir prchend-'d. The kidneys arc niters through whii'h tho blood pauses, and If they Ret out of order. Iho blood remains Inipuro «nd every pnrt ol'the body suffers. First the nenrrt loll tho lale. A backache gives warning. Time jas fully proven that thoustnda who otherwise would suroiy have died, have been restored to health by Morrow'u Kid-no oldn. rne . n "" in ?r i In which this medicines act. Is Illustrated by the A Lady is not gowned well unless her oaseot Mrs. I'eterllellrung. 702 Race ft., Alton, 111., who says: "I wwi troubled with rheumatism for some time; roy suffering waa terri- B, at times It was almost Impossible for mo to •aril. I had a sevoro pain In my back! at BOB the pain In my back was si severe that I could hardly get up or down. I could not s>cp It night or rout any time. I waa told of Morrow's Kld-ne-oWs and whst benefit they had been to others who had suffered as 1 c>ld, but I could scarcely bollovo It because I had irled iverythlng under tho sun that was rccommena- id to mo to cure kidney trouble rnd rhouma- eu tu HIU iu uui v KIUIIC-J nuww.-w - --- -.. ht . tlsm, and they did mo no good. But 1 thought would try Kld-ne-olds and I got a box at B..11. yss' drug ttore. I was greatly surprised I wrieninn'day oTtwo the pain Beian'tp leave me as If by magic, and after a time I felt psrloctyr well nnd havo continued to tool BO ever •Jno«. KId-no-oIds are Yellow Tablets (not pll •land cure kidney altmonta, nervpuB' can, etc., '-"•Kid or mailed by John Morrow Springfield, O. c Kianoy aiiniuiivH, UUITVUD """, —.- -.. aro small red pollcta and cure constipation, -no-olda CO eta; Llverlax 25 ct« «t druggists nniind liv John Morrow A Co., Chemlata, Rheumatism Cured in 14 Hours. T. J. Blackmore, of Holler & Blackmore, Pittsburgh. Pa., says: "A short time since I procured a bottle or. 'Mystic Cure." It got me out of the house in 24 hours. I took to my bed with rheumatism nine months ago and the "Mystic Cure" ia the only medicine that did me any tf"° d - : had five of tho best physicians in the city, but I received very little relief from them. I know the "Mystic Cure' 1 to be what it is represented ana take pleasure in recommending it to other poor sufferers." Sold by H. W Chamberlain, druggist, Alton. Mr. N. N. Osburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a lame back. He was persuaded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Itgave him relief in one night. This remedy is also famous for its cures of rheuma- tlem. For sale by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. fits well. We have all the new styles in thepecelebra'ed makes. P. D. French Corset, styles 530, 248, 786, at 97', $1.7?, $2 .75 and ?j-?o. Thompson's Glove Fi'ting Corsets, styles, M Paris shape, M long waist, L long waist, A Paris shape and Model bust, at $i and$i.2j. Kabo Corsets, 548, 372, tf2 end at $\. A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up by Kour Doctors. Boavor Dam, p.— My daughter, after being treated by four doctors and given up for lost, a neighbor recommended Foloy's Kidney Cure. Today she is able to walk several miles without fatigue. 1 feel we would have loat nor'lf it wna not for your medicine. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Sold ly E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Texas. Tho Missouri, Kansas & Texan Uatl- way Go. will soil low rate round trip tlckots on Nov. 1, 15, Deo. fl and 30, with final limit of return to 21 days from date of salo. An excellent opportunity for homeaoekers, tourists and Investors to view for themselves the great resources of the State. For further Information address John L. Williams, P. and T. Agt , 103 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey itota an a balm to tho lungs, cutting the mucue, allaying the Tnllammation, heuli:i|! and strengthening. It will cure a cough or a cold in one night and exhllerates the lunga against the iuoeption of disease. 25o at good drug tores. No euros no pay. Kansas had a big snow storm Sat- unlay night and Sunday. Three to four InuhoH of tho "beautiful" fell at various points, and among others at Medicine Lodge, and then just think of Jerry Simpson's "Bookless" fort! 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 Oongb Remedy, during a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He is in the drug buuiness, a member of the firm of Johnson Bros, of that 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 call, but selected'this remedy for use in his own family at a time when his child's life was in danger, because he knew it to be superior to any other, and famous the country over for its cures of croup. Mr. Johnson says this is the bebt selling cough medicine they handle, and that it gives splendid satisfaction in all cases. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyes. -._-A Queer (?) Meulcmc. Tlmre is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to havo discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient, or that It is «, cure-all. This honest medicine only claims to cure certain diseases, and that its ingredients are recognized by the most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder disnasoa. It Kidney Cure.- Sold by E S. H. Wyss. How to Cure Bilious Colic. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by bil- loDsuess and bad to take medicine all the while until I used. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Rame- dy, which cured me. 1 havo since recommended it to a good many people.—Mrs. F. Butler, Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who are subject to bilious colic can ward of the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms appear. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. is Foley's Marsh and styles high bust Flexibone Moulded.especial- ly made for stout figures, $1.50, $2, $j. CCC—998 —4>, Corsets the best in the land for MASTER'S SALE. State ot Illinois, county of Madison, S3. In tho Circuit Court, October term, A. D., 1898. In Chancery. Manuel H. Bcala and John Iv. B nls. partners under tho name ot M. II. Boals & Son, vs Henry Mede, Emma Pauline Medo and Hatt e Mi'de. Petition for Mechanic's lien. Public notice la 'jereby given that by virtue ot a decree ot tho Circuit Court ot Madison county made and entered at the October term, A. D., 1SD8, thereof, in the abovo entitled cause, thoundersiRned, Master In Chancery of said court, win sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on SATURDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER, A.'D., 1808, at the hour ot ten o'clock, In tho forenoon of said day, at thu north door of tlm City Hall building in the city ot Alton. In the county of Madison. In the State of Illinois, the following described real estate, to-wit: Ninety-two (DZ) feet fronting on North street and one hundrol and fifty-four and one-halt (I5H4) foot deep off tho north end of the east half ot the south end of block No. five (B), In Hunter's North Liberty addition to the city of Alton, situated In the cltyot Alton, In the county of Madison, and S ate ot Illinois. Said lot, or piece of land, lying next to and south of lot No. (I) (fronting on North street) In said block llvo (5). Terms of salo—All cash on day of sal . Upon compliance with lie terms of sale and th» approval of the report of the said master by tho court, a certlfloa o of purchase will be given tho purchaser or purchasers which will entitle him or them to a deed for the I remises at tho explmtlon of fifteen months from the day of salo, unless redeemed Recording to law. JOHN F. MoGINWS, . Master In Char.cery. LFVI DAVIS, Sol. for Complainants. _ Three Hues or leu under thli heading: One time, 16 cents; tbree da}«, 25 cents; one week 10 ooctii additional tlmee namo rate, cash down. FOR SALE. F on BALE.-ota r»p««. the TULUOIUPB offico. n an; qutolty. At Much in Little Is i^pvc'lally trui' uf llmul'.s 1'llb, (ur 1111 mnli elm- I'VIT contained so rjivut ciiratlvo jiovvvr In nn Minall »p:i™. Thi'y urn a whulo iiu'illcluo H chi-.sl, alwuy;; roaily. always t'flli'U'hl, always satisfactory: lui'vciit a cfiM or fovi-r. cure all liver Ills, Bli'k headai-lic. Jaiinillcc, constipation, ct«. U'Uo only Hlls to lake with llouil'n S Pills CUT PAPER fit/trim ft i /(* limftfll" PATTERNS"' /U,,H,,H<hVi' "Me h.l IHJltH. t'h,.V CiKt 2Sc. Pl:R PAITHRN llsr, nl.KI >K, », Skllll HlJin.t fB UU»\, I Jr. It 't if ////'.• /.iMjiV/ /.» !,•« t pint ,M it iffciiil t'jffff <t IKIAI. Stilt, ii.le. I ()lll( WliiiK5 /,' the A'. I /.I A' iif.ni rt..fijH f >f Iht »itnry. A.t.lrr» Htill'l II A tlllul F OR BALE—All la need of bo supplied by telephoning No. 41 Boitaotoiy. $2 cerload—E. Leyl«. Illlnoli F OR 8AI.lt—A Farm tour miles northwest of Ulolifleld.lOOaores. $0u an aore. For par- tloulnrnaddreHsC,. A. Drown, or M. S. Brown, Brlsliton or T. C.. Brown. Alton, III. 22tf R. R. EXCURSION RATES. 1 'ho llnrllngton to PUB ' " to Colorado, California and BOt'Sound Points. H oinesookorH Excuralona.—Nov. 1st and 15th ami Deo. Oth and 20th, via tho Burlington. R EDUCED Ratea to Northf-rn and Western resorta now In effect vlfl tho C. & A. R. K. and connections. T ho llurllnglon Route best line to all northern norleoni and western summer reuorte. Cheap rates now In effect. For Information apply toJ. B. Thomaa, Arfont H oinesuekora Excursions, Nov. ir,-For thlo tho C. & A. B. II. will sell excursion tlckots at very low rutos to Iho Weal, South.Houthwost and Northwest. Limit ^1 days. Stop overs granted. A nnual Meeting, Grand Lodge. I. O. O. P.. Hlirlnglluld Nov. 15-l»-l-'or above tho C. 4 It.U. will sell oxuumlon tickets Alton to Spring- Hold and n-turn allow rule on N' v. II to II) In- I'lualve. Return llmlth Nov. ItKh. 1 -liankdglvlng Day, Thursday, Nov. 21th— Kiicclil ••xcuratourates via Hltf Pour. Tlckot; will bos W only for trains of Nov. lltth and within u radius of l.W m liw uf suriln« p:)hit. KmurnlnKKOi"! unt 1 Nov. 25 h Inclusive,—u. II. llsmllt, n. H untnra' Hatcutonpecllled polnta In Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower nen- limila), Michigan (upper), MhiBlsslppI, Missouri, Mlnnimola, Tennessee. Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin, via Dig Four. 1'or Information and tloltoU cull on G. 11. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. Tte Hurllngton's Through Car Service—Pal• aoe SloWers and Chair Cars (seals free) to Kansas Oily, Bt. Jen, Omaha, Denver Kansas fliy, Bt. Jen, oniana, ucnver, UIIIUIKI. Uook Island, Dubuquv, Cedar Kaplda, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tourist Bloopers, to Ban frail- olacoand LOB Angeli-a, Ca Ifornla, Portland, (Irvgon via Denver and Ball Lako City, every Wuifnesdav. Kor rates, routun, etc. addroaaJ II. Thomas, Agunt. F orCullfornU Tourln »—Tlio llurllngton Uoule hail weekly tourist nlocpor oxcurelonn, por- uonally oor.iluct«d(by a Uurf nglon Houto Agent) ovcrv Wedi.eaday I om St. LouU, and Thursday from KOIIKUS City and St. Joaoiili to I an AnKi'li'8»nd Hunjfrani'lsc'i. Tlio route In via Deliver, Scenic Colorado, Bait Ijiku City with 1»> ncr u"i!UHi >,!ilnti ')in>ni!l'(.iit <\w S'cnr Ask your Ticket Agent, J. It. Thui.iaa, for |>artlcu- 1 r«. ' _ _^ H omeveokora' K*«ur»lon at vory low rates via lllu Four.io siicctilod points m Alabama, Colorado"Florida, dcorgla, Idaho, Indian Ter- illcry, lowtt, Kansay, Kentucky, Lutilntana, Michigan, Mlimusota, Mlaslsslppl, Mlnaourl, NobWbka, North Ciirollna, North bakota.Oka- hoina, Orogon, South Carolina, South Dakota. TeniieMui); l ' lau i Virginia, Wlnconsln and Wyoming. Tloken will be on salo Nov. 16U>, Dec. tl a?, Jan. 3 IUi l''oti. 731, March 7-10. For full Information apply to O. II. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. H omcscekeru' Excursions. -- U|nm cerlalu datc««f Cctobor, Novonibsr and Darrinbrr, tboC. A A. wll uolliivi'iirslon tlckots ill gr«atly reduced rains to points In AlHlmma, AH*i|ia, ArktnuaH, Colorado. Florid*, DeorgU, Idaho, iiidlan Torrltoiy, Iowa, Kun»ua, Kentuoky, l^ulslaim, NorlUurn Michigan,Mlnne»otu, Mis- (iaslupl, Missouri, Nebraska, Now Mexico, NortJiCarolina, South Dakota, Ttinncsaoe, l«i- M, Unh, Vlrgfoia, Wlmwii»lii »nd Wyoming. Tbe roduclioiiB In rule* »r« of auniylunt import- ttooo to merit t|»i.attention v'\M*»i*°&« &a»eltr». For partloul»r»«isll on O.O, w«rrti, Tlckol Ag»nt. OOWN OH NUT-IJROWN LAUIUS' CI.OTII I : KOM HARPER'S BAZAR Shaped bands and stitcbiags wbich are nt present lavished upon oloth as well as silk aud velvet gowus trim iu tuuio effect a handsome Pads Costume of nui-browu ladies'cloth. Tbe clicular overdreec, pramed in front, is encircled with six rows of bias bauds, meeting in points tnd stitched on each edge. Many lines of etltching trim alto tho shaped flounce, which lengthens the tuuto, and rises ID front to disclose a portion of tho underskirt—a seven- gored silk foundation four yards wide, fatied In front with the oloth. The back fulness of the tunlo Is adjusted lu a graduated box-pleat. The jacket, whose pointed rovers are faced In white, has a border of sable fur, and pointed stitched bands trim alike tho fronts and seamless backs. With the bolero Is worn a dainty French chemisette, formed of a one- nllle patterned net aud a great bow. who'e endaare of the same chenille lace, ami accompanied by a fluffy boa velvet edged. The long sleeves end In funnel slmpejow over the baud, and aro bandod their entire length with stitched folds. Currant-red velvet composes the waist-band. The proper out of this gown can be obtained only by the use of the cut paper patterns furnished by Has-opr'a Bazar, where tbo gown aptip.U"). The roMng brim of the brown felt hat !•< bordered with sable trimming, and the decoration in front Is an ornament of brilliants, from which extend either side brown Mercury wings. Quantity of material: oloth, 61 laches wldo, 8 yards; white olotb, one- half yard. Licensed amoral 8up»rlat»ndent tad MMUulccI Drug bUnuM. G. D. Chicago Corset Waist at Sijoo. Special $1.7? J. B. French Corset, short waist $1.2j. Next to Your Wife Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. It may be tomorrow or next day your litile, ihin un dershirt and drawers must give wa to heavier weights. Where will I buy? you say to yourself. I don't like to shop and look in stores without buying, but how else will I know? Do you know us? We believe we have the best values in Alton. Will you help us p ove it? Take our underwear home, compare it with what you get from other stores. If if. is not the best, bring it back and get your money. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. H .A.WUTZLER- jf^L WW mmmmmmsmamm 1L ^^•K m^^ »~ ^ The Outfitter. 632 East Second Street THIS WEEK. SHOES! SHOES! New Shoes, Stylish Shoes, up to date Shoes, food Shoes: Shoes for men, Shoes for women, Shoes for girls, Shoes for boys; Baby Shoes, Grandma Shoes, Grandpa Shoes, Shoes that have soles under them. Good shoes to tie to—impossible to get on your uppers if you buy cur shoes. Shoe Hung np Prices Oat Down. Our Show Windows are a study ill Shoe economy. We have bnng these up so that he who runs may read a lot of shoer enough bargains which are best samples of hundreds of others •within. There is only one way to beat our low prices and that is to go bare foot. Look at these for Ladies'and Misses: For Ladles the celebrated Pingree and Smith, J. S. Latteman & Co., and Wright & Peters Go's «2, «2.50, *3 up to 95 going at 98c, 1.29,1.79, Z.48 Pingree & Smith composite Shoe in turns and welts going at — 1.79 and 2.09 Misses' and Children's School Shoes in heavy Dong., Viol Kid and Box Oalf. How is this going at S9c, 69c, 77c, 99, JI.Z9 Men's Cordovan Oalf, Kangaroo Oalf, Titan Oalf, Jona Oalf. Frenob Oalf. King Oalf, Box Oalf, Willow Oalf, values «4, 85, »0, »7; go at $2.98 Boys' in same, going at 98c, $1.29, M SO PFEIFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. * DON'T MISS THE MODELS Sacrifice Sale Cor. 3d and Piasa sts. \ 7. W. BURQBSS, OROCBR, Cor. Sixth and Alby»(?. Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, Maple S p, Fresh Oysters, Celery, Fresh Bread, Fancy Walter, Flout, Pure Spices, Fine Teas and Coffees, e c. Free Delivery to Telephone 69. Part of the City. any l«a W. THIftO 5TRBBT

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