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V > Words for Of hers. BY TUB TBLBORAPH PRINTINO COflPANY. WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 10. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. „., gratitude for the benefit fttitved from Dr. Miles' Nerv- fae prompts me to write, that others may learn of the efficacy oi thU grand medicine. I suffered extreme nervous exhaus- . tied/which rendered me unable to work. My nerves seemed to be 'on edge' and I had much lassitude. I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and steadily Improved and now am enjoying good health. .. Mr*. Rev. F. M. Lacy, Fortvllle, Ind. 77 OR. MILES' Nervine is «old hy nil druggists °" 8u«« nte . e > first bottle benefits or money back. •Book on hcait and nerves sent free. Dr. Miles M«dlcal Company, Elkhart, Ind unmn* j, KH LINK, Blnalelnwrtlon.. 1° ™%H; Three to flre ln§ertlona s nents ailtotwelTelnsertlons seems, tun* or HDVERTIBINO. TlUHSIItKT.-SO cents por Inch first '.nsorllon, «nd » cent, perlnor. forencb subsequent Insor- "wperlncbBrst n)ODth, 11.60 per Inch ..oh month thereafter. Lf Q At. ADVIRTHIXO II por Inch for tho (Irst Insertion,, .no M cents H«r ftoil for enoh subsequent Insertion. Pacific coRHt with each other in kill off the Hitol UPPER ALTON. Mr. John Lovprott went to Spring field last night to vlfllt tho Grand Lodge, 1.0. O. F. U. T. Kilgoto of Bloomlngton, i« here with a gang of workmen pulling In two new steel bridges over Ihe coal branch Htreani, two miles northeast of town. The bridges will cent tho °Mn!or J. H. Merwin of Ht. Louis, B ,, P( tkB before the Bhurtleff »^™l» next Friday morning on the subject TWO STORES. THK NEWS BRIEF. K*. BOOKS. Richard Mansfield's Great Success CYRANO DE BERQERAC. * »i» in 6v6 acts translated from the * P p£iShot Edmond RosZanrl. Paper, by mall ThC ClirlStlail, by H«U Calne. This Is , the only populnr edition ot Hall Calne's £5rt "ifcrary and dr.cnatlo au< j published. Paper. Bymall Slenklewlcz (Hcnryk) Works. Trwwlated from the Polish by Jeremiah Curtln Pwi Michael. Paper, By mall •• *S| ..... Paper. Dy mall... 3«c goc .. " JVWiFlre.ndSwora. Ople Read's Select Works. with an original and Old Bbenntr, artlstlo oovor The Juckllns. A Kentucky Colonel, Oa tlie Siiwwe* Rim, A Tennesste Judije. PKTolnmes In .box Reduced from 90 loS4.go topresssge?extra. Slnglovolumes by mall.Sso George Eliot's Works. STolomea, ia mo. Cloth, marblo edges. .$2.00 Bxpressage estr*. Macauley's Works. 8 rolumes, 12mo. Cloth, marble edges.. .*a.oo fopressage extra. The Teacher in Literature; as portrayed ingllsh, Frenoh, German *' 10 Bymall The Life of Jesus, Renan. With m.nyT»luable Illustrations. Dues, crown B TO, cloth, gilt Bymall 400 top. SHEET MUSIC. . 7SC ,. jc ..ISC Popular Music, per copy, by mall , All the l»te«t Songs and Music, by mall.. Catalogue on Application. ADDKEfiS Frederic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Burcn St., Chicago, III. MONTHLY SUFFERING. *T*larasandi of women are troubled at monthly interval* with pains in the bead, back, breasts, •hottlaen,ildes biptandlimbi. But they need notanfler. ____ These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangement* that can Tie corrected. The menstrual function should operate painlessly. make* menstruation palnlest, •nd regular. It puts, the delicate menstrual organs in condition to do their work properly. And that stops all this pain. Why will any woman suffer Month after month when Wine of Cartful will relieve her? It cost* f r.oo at the drug store. Why don't you get a bottle For advice, In cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The ladles' Acfvisory Department Chattanooga Medicta* Chattanooga, Tenn. The Co., •ntlrtlj r*lli«M by MASTER'S SALE. Rt»Uot UUnolf, City ot Alton, SS. Olty Court ot Alton, September term, AK> udr r ~- • " Doalu Tl. Michael 8. Bartlott, rtt, Ada Arnleln, Thom«» Kle'ch- wvoher.Carollne Plotoher, Kate K. yilllamF. Fletohpr. Maryll. Pletoh- Mamlo llallou and Charles " arllo Sfi ^rt.'m^J/ontered by,aid court luel Bvrtlett deooasod.) In ., .o ft notice Is e entitled oausY on" tiio jflfh day of . D., la*,, i, Lovl D. Ynser, master r of said City Court ot Alton, will on THBB1XTBBNTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D., IBM, rot JO o'clock In the forenoon, at the I door ot the City Hall bulldlng.ln the *T;u»untyot Madison »nd BUteot VTpubUo auction, to tbellgbest ir. for cash, all and singular, the ribed promisee and real estate In • J e&, situated to the oltyol dliooand Blato of Illluuls, ,„ H shall be suraulent to sat- to-vtt: >»11 the terms of sale i •slab/the court, Tun West hftB been Uie hot bed ( f free colnngo nt 1(1 to 1. The West thla yoBi- »avoB tho natlonnl house for the gold standard. KIXHBHH, Nobrns- ka, California, Oregon, Waahlngton and other western and States have vied their efforts to heresy. BIM,Y BivvAfTflilnlcBrtiiat all IB lost but free coinage at 10 to 1. Thitt, ho says, will bob up from the bottom ot the wreckage In 1900. Billy says tho war did it, and a deniro on the part of the people to stand by Mr. McKinloy aa against the Spaniards. If Billy hnd any snob desiro, like the unfaithful servant of Scripture, ho wrapped it up In a napkin and curled it In tho earth. __ JOE OHAMUKRLAIN, Secretary for the Colonies, In the British Cabinet, delivered a speech last night at Birmingham, in which he warned France in very plain language that there muat be no more Interference with British Interests. The speech was more positive than Salisbury's and will not be dlffloult.to understand. Of conrse, Joe had a friendly word for his American cousins, one of whom presides over his own household. Mrs. Chamberlain is a native of Mas- gaohusettB. SENATOR MOKOAN tells Democrats that If they Bght expansion they will make the mistake of their livep. That the Philippines are ours now and whether the Senate confirms the annexation treaty or not, the arcuipol- ago will bo in American hands, and will be more difficult t.o control aa a military possession than as an annexed possession. Berator Morgan and a number of other Democratic Senators will vote for the treaty. Tho Senate wll! have 15 or 20 Republican majority, and not half a dozen of these will oppose the treaty. The loss of their votes will be more than made up by Democrats and free silver and Populist Senators. .._ Little lordTounileroy at a Foot Balllst. "It Is well known," nays the Philadelphia necord, "that Burnett, the Harvard foot ball player, who played center daring the second half of the game with Pennsylvania last Saturday, is a son of Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett, and is the original Little Lord Fauntleroy. Since that time he has developed Into a man of muscle, with a strong arm and an accurate foot, but he still retains some of the peculiarities of the little lord. For Instance, •Pate'Overfleld, the burly Pennsylvanian who was opposed to Burnett in the line, distinctly remembers that In one of the mix-ups Burnett called him 'Dearest.' To a certain extent foot ball has been brought Into disrepute by the epithets hurled at each other by opposing players, but 'Dearest' is a decided Innovation In foot ball vocabulary."_ . . Illinois Odd fellows. The 61st first annual session of the Grand Lodge of Illinois, I. O. O. F., convened Monday evening In Springfield. There are 1200 delegates present In the election of officers tho chief contest was for the grand representative to tho sovereign grand lodge. The candidates were Grand Patriarch John T. Blauey of Qulncy, who presided at the encampment, and Grand Representative Walter E. Oar- lin of Jerseyville. The latter was elected by a majority of forty. He has now served sixteen years as grand representative. Grand Horibe Gen. J. Oi Smith of Chicago, was re elected. There wcro three candidates for junior warden— W. M. Pemberton, Thomas Woods and Obrls Cross. Mr. Pemberton won on the second ballot. There worts no contests for other oflloeB, and tbey were elected as follows: Grand patil- aroh, RoboitA. Smith of Chicago; grand high prleat, 0. M. Lytla of Da- oatur; treasurer, John P. Foas of Chicago; senior warden, G. A. Seoley of Prairie Oity. The fourteenth annual session ol the Rebekah Assembly of Illinois convened Wednesday at B o'clock. Perional. Mrs. W. Owens, of Carliuville, la visiting Mrs. J. Flori. Mr. L. T. Castle lefi for L»ke Valley, N. M., lint evening. Dr. A. R. MoKlnuey lelt for Chicago, last night, on a business trip. Mra. H. M. Chlttondeu entertiilmd the St. Ellzttbeth's Guild this afternoon. Mrs. T. B. Spaldlug, of Dooatur, la visiting Mra. T. P. Yerkou in Upper Alton. Miss Jones, who tua botm vluitliig Mrs. W. O. Ilagar, left for Niahvllle, Teiui., today. Chief of Police Kuba wutit to Springfield last ulgbt to attund tl.e convention of Chiefs of Police. Dr. and Mrs. IS. U. Dudley, of Janus villa, WlB., arrived here yesterday to visit Mr. G. W. Dudley, lu Upper Alton. From Ghlougo they como In a gasoline launch. Mluliilppl Electric Railway. Tba eogiuecrs of fie Mississippi Electric Railway, bave been engaged In the work of surveying a route over tb« company's right ot way front Uaat St. Louis to Edwurdavllle and Oollltu- ville. This U (be company tbatls now applying (or u franchise to the Alton Olty Council, The route will not be direct' to Bt, Louis, but will run to Edwardgvllle, thence to Oolllua- vllle, and tUen to St. Louis, ao that as I awWReUtor witb ateam railroads, It „. filed this morning nl"4::i'i o'clock after a lingering iII- neBB. Universally respected and loved, ills death brliiKB KO nul '' < ; " of ' r,,w to the people of tho vll a fc o '.Squire Oollott was born near Metbal- to Juno 13,18SO, and was widely known in this vicinity, having spent al ills ( 1 B .yn an a citizen of Upper Alton. During hia lifetime he held many prominent positions and onioeB, Hniong them Justice of he Peace and Village Treasurer. During the war I o engaged in the mercantile bUBlnPBS in partnership with tho late T. H. Mur : During tho past yearn we have been so crowded in our ntore on Third Btreoi that we have been compelled to spread out. For the accommodation of our patronn and to show our large stock of good" we have opened A New Store At 317 Belle St. All our Toys nnd Fancy Oooda will bo fonnd Ihwre and our China, Glass, phy. Hla later years wore spent quietly on his farm northweat of town where hia death occurred this morning after several years of ill health. His only near relatives are a brother, Wallace Collet, of Gayosa, Mo.,and u. cousin, Miss Mary Murphy of th a place. The funeral will be from the house Thursday at 2 p. m., conducted by Hev. J. A. Largo and the Masonic ''rife pupils of the school aro making preparations for an entertainment In the High School assembly room, on tho afternoon of the 23d. Tho following clipping is taken from the Carthage, Mo., Evening Prc**: A recant isnue of the St. Louis Glolif- Democrat notes the fact that Upper Alton, 111., which conatitnteB the real- dence portion of Alton, is having the arc electric lights removed from Its densely shaded streets to give place to large Incandesaent lights, aa it haa been fonnd by experience that the arc lights do not light anch streets ao well aa the large incandeacents. This is an exactly parallel case to the plan proposed In Oarthsge. ^ Life insurance ia a good thing but health Insurance, by keeping the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla, ia still better. and bo Granlta and Tinware, Lamps Houae Furnishing Gooda will fount! at our Third street store. Our ambition la to hove the prettiest and comploteat store in Southern Illinois and wo think we now have It. Come and see us in our old and our now home. HOPPE. It lias lonkod nut thnt tlin \VelB9lntT- Pr Tolmcro company of tjuilnvllle bns tlneiitiil Tobacco roiulilinftluii. Tlic nrlllfh Uriynl l!eoijrnt>hl'-Bl Rr> - clcly olfiTH i:ii,000 to Ircnil « siiliscrli)- llon for iititlHlliiK nn nntnrctlc i-xpeul- tlon. JurtRe Hainu.'l OW.MIP. fornn-rly nn pmllinnt j'.irle-t (if VfiiiiBylvnlilii nnd »ftpf\vard« a resident nt l»wn »nrl Ciill- fornln, illi>d nt I.n» Ansi-lca. i.'nl. The Rpiiil-fifllclnl imiMt-s nnmninco thnt the Oonrmti nrmy will 1'c Krnd- unlly InrronFrd by about IK,"(JO nu-'ti. Mrs. .liM-nli lliim-n. wife "t a IIIH!tiler, wan Inirncd to d.-tith at Milwaukee, WIs.. liy n Kasollne cxploslnn In the kltdien nf her hnine. WIMInin Hagon, ex-nndltoi- of Wabash cminty, ftn-inetly a member of tile Hepubllcan state committee, died ot VValiash, Ind. The pope hnfl decreed Hint priests may offlclate at the funerals tif l-'ri-e Mn»tms and that the remains mny be burled In conBecrated Ki'olind. LISTEN TO NATURE. Backaches, Headaches and Nervousness are Messages for You. To most people » bioVnchP «eern" n' "?- $m ( plo thing, to be (jot rid of by wo ., rk 'ft?, l _,,me^work off some some- or not „„ „...'tho pain do,-, .'' work of£ times It doo« not. Wliptber '' < lo " lf) thoufflitrul p«>ptn f.houltl co™^ 0 , ' pot tr> bo that a bnoknchn IB n warning th »\'".D™. 1 dli- nnglcoted without danger of oontrao Ing » «"• CURB tlyit will limit life to n few months, or may A Lady is not gowned well unless her beTuiVy cWrehomlVd'.' Tho kidneys are ml through which tho Wood passes, and I'" 10 / "ft out of order, tho Mood romalna Impure «nd every part of the body sufferB. First tho nerves toll tho tale. A bnokache Rives "»"'"?.;„ ' "K" haa fully proven that UiouMnds who otberwiao would surely have died, have been jmatored to The manner thr 111 WU1U1I HIIO ,lll;l.i . i ..•.•-• — - — ~~rit\n Ilall/l of ' Al- caseot Mrs. I'etor Helming. 702 Haoo at.,, A ton. III. .who .ay.: "I wa_»_£roubled with rheu woniasuroiy navuuu-u. „...« "health by Morrow'8 Kid-no °7',' ,,-Yrj- i,' v 'the In which this medWm-a acts iBjlJuatrate^oy ino ? i or some t bio, at tlmea it wasi waa terrl jlo for mo to THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Near ShlnKloH Hprlngs. Cal., Jack Nlrkli-n ulmt anil killed hoth hlR wife ami lilB miitliiT-ln-lnw nnd then killed, hlnim-lf. Flro WHS (ll«ci)Vi>rod in tlie Klkhnrn hotel at Canon CHy. Grant county. Ore., and within tw» hcmrs the entire Imsi- nesH portion and a number (if residences were redueed to ashefl. Loss. $100.000. i.'lianc.S U. -Tuornton. wno reirlBterciJ s; tse :;oi!ti>i:ni POTUI. ; ii. IAIU'ID, i;^ — 3,,-,H Angeles, d\'... «'••- ti"'.'.- '"'..ii, .n MH room. J-le had shot himself. George j\. Ward of AliinRclon, Ills., left his false Icenlh to the (.'nngreKa- lirmnl church, which accepted the leg- ncy and sold it for S2V. A Cfnuli «' ISiiKnueniciitii. "Did you «o to do ciilto walk, Mistah Jobusiug?" "No, snh. It Biiiinltanuously con- jnuotoil wif my data tub a crop gome, Bah."—Exchange. For Sale. The finest building lots in Middle- towu fronting on llth and 12lh sts.— Apply to Wm. Sonntag. Texas. The Missouri. Kansas & Texas Kail- way Co. will sell low rate round trip tickets on Nov. 1, 15, Deo. 6 and 30, with flnnl limit of return to 21 days from date of sale. An excellent opportunity for homeseekers, tourists and investors to view for themselves the great resources of the State. For further information address John L. Wllliuma, P. and T. Agt , 103 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. of J. A. Munition nt Wilmington, «. v. Wilmington, N. C., Nov. 10.—The three oiit-uf-town companies of militia which liuvc been iloln« ptitrol duty hero luive been withdrawn. Mayor WacUlell sent cmlHHarli's to the woods to tell the •nesroen who uro still hilling out that they will I)L> protected If tlioy return homf. Many nest-oca and white fte- publlcanH ore .still leaving the city. Several iieKt-ocH have died of exposure while hldiriK out in the woods. It Is now stated that twenty-five negroes wcro killed during the rioting and the bodies were secretly hurled. « tlonal lunik, shouting. Edward N, Hmlth has been appointed receiver of the suspended First National bank of Carthage, N. Y., and the concern will not reopen, efforts to reorganize having failed. The Tloga (N. Y.) National bank, of which Senator Thomas C. Plott of New York is president, will reopen Its doors for business Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Potter Palmer, Honorc Palmer and Potter Palmer, Jr., have sailed from New York on the Cunarder Campania for Europe. $100 Reward Uioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn-that there is at least one dreaded dteease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, ana that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ??••"* Nuliililo Wcdi St. Louis, Nov. Kerens, daughter Kerens, national lliiB »t St. I.imln. 1C.— Miss Katheryn of Colonel 13. C. Itapubllcan commit- or mailed by Springfield, O. Rheumatism uurea in a Day "Mystic Cure for rheumatism and Neuralgia, radically cures in f rom t. to 3 days Its action upon the system IB .o«»ira.hiA and mveterious. It re- fltS well. We have all the new styles in these celebrated makes. P. D. French Corset, styles $jo, 248, 786. 3197', $1.7?, $2.75 and $HO. Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets, styles, M Paris shape, M long waist, L long waist, A Paris shape and Model bust, at $i and $1.25. remarkable and mysterious, moves at once the cause andi Disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefit, 75 eta. Sold .by H \V. Chamberlain. Druggist, 111 Alton Kabo Corsets, 348, 372, 3<?2 and at Si. styles j$6, high bust, Kat Forming Oxygen. T)r Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey cures LUttL ID VC&lK*** "• **.*»••" " »-••—- — - J»/A t ***/•! u -- —«4-Vi*ia ttin HIT* is the only positive cure known to the ( OO nghs and colds and soothes tne air "-°r n .ii f^rnHv. Catarrh being a paesaKes. It heals the bronchial tubes and strengthens the weak lungs. It The three-year-old boy Johnson, of Lynn Center, In., is BUD- ioct to attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied that the timely use of Chamberlain's OonghBemedy, during a severe attack, saved bis little boy's life. He is in the drug business, 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 those to chose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to hia 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 tho beet selling cough medicine they handle, and that It gives splendid satisfaction In all cases. Sold by K. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Ueniin from Missouri, imd t/.'utonant FiMi.lt I'oriiemru, M-.-K ••Una, U. S. A., n-!-.r.K captain In the volunteer service ur.cW General Hronke, and .son of Supreme Justice McKenna, were Joined In wedlock at fi oV:nck In the afternoon. The wvddiiiK, which was the most brilliant of the season, wns a semi-military affair, Lieutenant McKenna with four of his groomsmen, appearing In full dress uniform. Cut Oil' Tliclr Kill IIHII. "VVItehUa, Kan., Nov. 1C.— Major A. E. Woodson. Indian ugunt of the Arapa- hoes, says after new school houses had liven built. Old White Shields of the Moon branlh of the Chcyennes revolted and persuaded many Indians to keep the children from school. By order of the Indian commissioner their rations were cut off which brought them at once to obey treaty rules. How to Cure Bilious Colic. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by biliousness and bad to take medicine ail the while until I uaed Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured me. 1 have since recommended it to a good many people.— Mrs. F. Butlor, Fairhaven, Conn. Persona who are subject to bilious colic can ward of the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the flrst symptoms appear. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. _ Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- Honey . acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting the mncue, allaying the inflammation, henllng and strengthening. Ic will cure a cough or a cold in one night and exbileratos the lungs against the inception of disease. 25c at good drug tores. No euros no pay. 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 surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so 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, 76f». Bears the Signature of Tbu Kind You Have Always Bought ana BiTBUK uuo " a """ j ufia ti>» builds up the tissues and enables the blood to receive its proper supply ot oxygen. A Queer (?) Mealcme. There is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have disooverefe 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 most skilled physicians as being the best forK'dney and Bladder diseases. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. . M. MAHONEY, Nbl'kANCE AND REAL ESTATb POR BALE. Two-itoo double brtok dwelling 10 roomi "' Jne-story t- ' imifOfl west line of Main street, Big monoj Two'-story t-room frame dwelling on Bluff Hi-acre tract near EdwardsTlUe Crossing. One story «-rooin brick dwelling, cor «h and "«0-aor"efatm, 8 miles southweU of Brighton Two-story brick store. No. 511 BeUy rt. Blxty-aore farm, good briok dwelling ana frame born, Jersey county. Two-story brick store, No. 518 Belle it. Two-storr 8-room frame, sit te root dwelling, loSand6ftio«»oMand. Bonanza for pur- ""one-itorr 4-room trame dwelling, cor, Alby in Tw T o W flnilots"in State atreet.lnorth of Blutt it ?wS- 1 s°tory n .- I ro y o» t tr e ^. dweUlng, large barn 2 lota on Baston street, 60x120 each 7-room frame dwelling, Highland Park. 8-itory brick building i.w. oor. tth and Plasa 'o. Ttb .« .near Hem, PATHFINDER DEPARTMtNT Three llnei or leas under this heading: One time, 15 cento; three daya, » cent); one week 60 oenti i additional times aame rate, cash down Flexibone Moulded.especial- ly made for stout figures, " .50, $2, $j. C C 0—998 — 4 >, Corsets the best in the land for G. D. Chicago Corset Waist at $i,oj. Special $1.7? J. B. French Corset, short waist $1.25. Next to Your Wife FOR SALE- COR BALE.—Old papers, * the TBLnaRAFH office. nanyquanlty. At COR SALE—All la need of kIndUng wood can r beauppll*dby telepbonlnB No. tl, Illinois Box factory. M per loud—E. Lerls. R R SALE— A Farm four miles nortnwest ot ^ltohfleld,160 acres. $00 an acre. For particulars address 0. A. Brown, or M.S. Brown, Brighton or T. C. Brown. Alton, 111. ?2« MASTER'S SALE. State of Illinois, county of Madison, 88. In the Circuit Court, October term, A. D., 1888. In Chancery. Manuel II. Seals and John L. B als, partners "MeSSlTn* A. Klven that by v.rtue of a decree ot tho Circuit Court of Madison coun- mado nnd entered at the October term Mr. N. N. Osburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a lame back. Ho was persuaded to use Ohamberlain'aPalnBftlm. Itgave him roller in ono night. This remedy ia also famons for Ha cures of rheumatism. For sale by E. Marsh and 8 II. WyflB. ll.ijroll l>et'llir«<l I'uhuvTiiI. LiuiHlnK, Mii-li,, Nov. 10.—A decision WIIH rrjidi-ri'd liy tin' Michigan supreme iMiurl which. In e'fff.'1'l, declares u buy- I'ott UH unlawful and mi unwarrantable uifiiiice, Intimidation nml coercion. The ciisi' was nppi'ulrd fnun the circuit court at Detroit by Uwk & Son, mlll- iM'B, who hud iilitnliu'd an Injuiu'tion re- HtralnliiK the Hallway Tt?auisU>rH' union from lnterfi*rl»K with the flrm'H rm- ployooB or liUHliii-KH, but Hani'tloulng illatrlliutlou of lioycoll circulars or any f mil of boycott exriMiUne III front of tin complainant's place of liuaincHH. Tho fuprcmc court motllllcH thtt dct'ree by riijo!r,inK all forms of boycotting. 8tt'iitn^r IViirlcHii A»lii,rv, Mucklrinc Island, Midi., Nov. 1C.—The passi'iiKci' slcamoi 1 1'ccrli'SK, when IciivliiK the liarhui' at 10 o'clock at nlh'lit ilurlliK Ih'S Houlhwcst Kale, urouiulccl on Mission point, thin ' Inlaiul. The ritonmi'i- In on n rocky bottom and la pouiidliiM IjHilly, liut IK not IruklllK. The (UK I'ri'lci'lor Is with the Btrundud veB- sel, 1)111 11 Is UiouKht It will lie nt.'cuH- miry In llKhter part of her cargo he- fore she lan lie ri.'liiHOd. Movitnumtii of th« KulH»r. Valella, Island of Malta, Nov. 10.- The imperial yacht Ilohenzollern, with tin 1 KmpiTor ami I'linprcsa of (lennuiiy on buaid, has arrived here escorted by the (iernian wai'Hhlp Ilela and the Ili'ltloli torpedo hunt destroyer Ardont and lianshec. The foils and ships exchanged Haliilts wllh Hie Holieiizollern, Two Yfiii'K roi' Killing an Indian. I'ul-l To\\n::enil, Wiudi., Nov. 16.—Andrew 1'eterHon, who murdered un In- dlun woman nliout two months UKO, huH been HenteiH'eil to two years' Imprisonment In thu slate penitentiary. A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up by Four Doctors. Beavor Dam, O.-My daughter, after being treated by four doctors and clven up for lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kiriney Onre. Today she is able to walk several miles without fatigue. 1 feel.we would hare lost her'if it was not for your medi- •olne. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Sold by K. Marsh and 8. H. Wyes. What do the Children Drink? Don't cive them tea or r.offey. Have you tried tho new food drink called QBAIN-O? H is delicious and nourishing and takes the slaco of coffee. The more drain- O you give tho children tho more health you distribute through their systems. Orain-O Is made of pure grains, and when properly preparod tnstea like the choice grades of coffee but coats about one- half as much. All grocers sell it. ICo and 25c .. L TryliraHvO!" Try draln-01 Ash your Kroner to show you a package of ORAIN-O, the now food drink that takes the pluoo of coffee. Tbo children may drink It without injury BB well us tha adult. All who try it like it. OHA1N-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it ia make from pure grains, and the most delicate atomach receives it without distress. One-luilf the price of coffee. 15c and 26c per package. Sold by all drugglsta. HOTEL MADISON, A L. D4MB/.S, Proprietor. Second ind Kaston its. Alton, III S. F. CONNOR Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent. ffloe: Pla<i. Building and Loan |Association ALTON, 1IA. ty, mado nnd entered at the October term, . 1> , 1898. thereof, In tho above entitled cause, the undersigned, Master In Chancery of saW court, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on SATURDAY, THE THIRD DAY OP DECEMBER, A. D., 1898, at the hour of ton o'clock, In the forenoon of said day, at tho north door of the City Halt building in the city ot Alton. In the county of Madison, In the State ot Illinois, the following described real estate, to-wtt: Ninety-two (02) feet fronting on North street and one hundroi and fifty-four and one-half I61W) feet deep oft the north end of the east lalf of tho south end of block No. live (6) , In lunter'H North Uberty addition to the city of Alton . situated In the olty ot Alton, In the coiin- y of Madison, and S nto of Illinois. Said lot. or piece of land, lyine next to and south of lot •So. (I) . (fronting on North street) in said block ^Terms' of sale— All cosh on day of sal'. Upon oonipllanco with he terms of sale and JieapprovaTof the report of the said master >y tho court, a certlftoa o of purchase will be- given tbo purchaser or purchasers which wilt entitle him or thorn to a deed for tho f remises at tho ejtplrnionof fifteen months from the day of sale, un,ess reds.m.d.oeerdlgj Ujtar. Master In Chancery. LKVI DAVIS, Sol. for Complainants, Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. H may be tomorrow or next day your little, thin undershirt and drawers must give way 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 oye it? Take our underwear home, compare it. with what you get from other stores. If it is not the best, bring it back and get your money. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. H The Outfitter. Bast Second Street Liver Ills Like lilllouKluiin, (li'»|n'|'<l;". lu-aihu'ln', patlou, »oiir vtumacli. liuliB«allou nrv |iroiu|itly cured by llot"l'i Villu. '1'ln-y ilo Iliflv work Hood's easily ami thornm-hl)-, V% ill — Beat uft«r illuiror pliu. W*r I I I R SocuiiU. All ilrugKiata. m • • • W (•roiwrvu by 0. I. llooil & Co., l.owwll, M»i». 'f iw OBI/ fiu to lake wlUi Uwa'n toraajwUto. ST. NICHOLAS MAGAZINE CONDUCTED BY MAKY AUPES DODGE. without a coming Tills magszlne for boys and glrln rlv llnlUlleld. The (-a urns ur year will gain for It a hose of new frl-nds fuw leading attractions aro: A New Henty Story, THE SOLE SURVIVORS, By Cl. A. Henty This is a tale of early Ainerloaii h story, by tho favor.te story toller of ; American and bng- llshboys. TRINITY BfiUUS, IJy Amelia E Barr. A dullchlful hlstorlottl roiusivce fur girls,dral- InuwUh life in Old New York, ar:d written by .no of tho most spirited ad cimr,dentlous Anierl< an authors. A STORY OF UIRI.S, By Laura B. Iliobanls. No wrluir Is moro woloom* totheyoun folk of today than thu iiutlior of'Captaln January," and this Is one of ber be t eltorfs BRIQHT SIDES OF HISTORY, By K. H. House. A sorli>» of umutlng tjplsodoi of history, ancient ar.d modern, told In an entertulDliigl way. It will u«nkon s new Itilorout In this Important bram-h ufaludy. _ MUH. C D. MOSIIHK, tkewlfoof Ihe ptp- tain «f tiiu battle ship MAINB, will wrlto about Also contribution! from Mrs, liurton Ijari'l- aon, lar» Morris. Clolott Uurgtfsj, LJoyd Os- EjVrnti, I.t. Endlcolt, Poullney Blgelow, Lt. P«ary, etn.,oto. Hvery Honaehold wUb Oblldreushould havo 81. NIclioltti. I $3.00 a Year, 29 Centi a Number. THB CBNTUkY CO, NEW YOI Lieut. Hobson The Hero of the " Merrimac," Will toll hi* wonderful atory In three numbers of THE CENTURY MAGAZINE, This will b* a full account of the linking of the " Mcrrinuc " at Kaniiapo, and tho expcn- encet of the writer and hu men in Spanish prisons. It will be read by every American m the land. This in only une of many richly illustrated personal narratives in Tun CBN. TUHV'» new Spanish War Series. Tliia mm wilt writ* far »r other mafutiHt. In the November CKNTUKY begins CAPTAIN SIOSBEE'S STORY Of the Destruction of the ••MAINE," the arrival in Havana harbor, the insults to her captain, the explosion and wreck. The whole stury of the destruction of Cerveru'H fleet will be told by Admirals Sampson and Schley. Captain '' Dob ' Evans, Capbun Taylor, and others. If you do not uke Trig CBNTURV In 1899, you will miss the greatest reading of the year. Tlie November number begins the volume and has tha opening chapters of a splendidly Illustrated life of Alexander Ihe Great, and of Marion Crawford's grfat hiMnrical novel of Ihe Crusades. Lieut. Hobson's ankles begin in l)» December number, $4.00 a year. THE CENTURY CO., Union Square, New York. R. R. EXCURSION RATES. T hu Burlington to Pugct to Colorado, California and iound Points. H omeseokers Excursions.—NOT. 1st and IBth and Deo. Oth and 20th, via the Burlington. R EDUCED Rates to Northern and Western resorts now In effect rla the C. & A. R. R. and connections. T he Burlington Route host line to all northern, norteern and western summer resorts. Cheap rates now In effect. For Information apr ply to J. B. Thomas, Agent. Thursday, Nov. 24th— ... tea via Big Pour. Tickets will be s:ld only for trains of Nov. 24th and T hanksgiving Day, . 8pecl?l excursion rates via Big Pour Tickets within a radius of ISO m los of starting point. Roiurnlnggood unt 1 Nov. 25 h Inclusive.—O. II, Hamilton. H unters' Rates to specified points In Alabama-, Arkanuas, Kentucky. Michigan (lowerp»n- inaula), Michigan (upper), _Mississippi, Vto- gan (i ota, T' West tlourl, Minnesota, Tennessee. Virginia, I»OD» Virginia and Wisconsin, via Bfg Four. For Information and tickets call on a. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agimt. T he Burlington's Through Car Service—Pal- aue alt'opers and Chair Cars (seats tree) to Kansas City, St. Joo, Omaha, Denver, Billings. Hook Island, Dubuquo, Cedar Raplda, St. Paul and Minneapolis. '1'ourlst Sleepers to Ban Fran- olsooand Los Angeles, Ca irornla, Portland, Oregon via Denver and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., call or address J.B. Thomas, Agont, THIS WEEK. SHOES SHOES! NewfcShoes, 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 up Prices Out Down. Our Show Windows are a etndy lu Shoe economy. We have hung these up BO that he who runs may read a Jot of Bhoer enough bargains which are beat samples of hundreds of others within. There Is only one way to beat our low prices end tuat Is to go Dare foot. Look at theso for Ladies'and Misses: For Ladies the celebrated Pingree and Smith, J. J. Latteman & Co., and Wright & Peters Go's 82, *2.50, $3 up to $5 going at °8c, I.Z9,1.79, «.«» 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 la this going at Sfc. 69c, 77c, 99, JI.Z* Men's Cordovan Oalf, Kangaroo Oalf, Titan Galf, Jona Oalf, French Oalf, King Oalf, Box Oalf, Willow Oalf, values 94, $5, «8, «7; go at «•»» Boys' In same, going at 98c, $1 29, $1 SO PFEIFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. F or California Tourls s—Tho Burlington Route bos weekly tourist sleeper eicur»lonu, personally conducted (by a Uurf ngton Route Agent) every Wednesday r om Ht. Loiiln, and Thursday iron Kenans City and Bt. Joseph (o I-on AnV-cloB and Han iKraiir.lBco. Tbe routo In via, Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt 1-ako City wltb US nor cent uu shine throughout the year. A*k your Ticket Agent, J. B. Thomas, for partlou- I re. H cmeseokers' Excursion at very low rate* via Big Four.to specified points In Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Ter- rlU.ry, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota. Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North bakota.Okla- hoina. Oregon. South Carolina, South Dakota. Tminrssoo, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin an,d Wyoming. Tickets wllfije on sslo Nov. 16th, Deo. 020, Jan. 8-10) Feb. 7•«!. March, 7-10. Kor full Information apply to O. II. Hamilton, Ticket Agont. omcsoekers' Excursions. — Upon certain dates of Colobor, November and December, tboC. &A. wll sollejourslon tickets atgrettly reduced rates to pplnis In Alabama, Arlion*. Arkansas, Colorado. Florida, Georgia, Idaho, miUn Territory, Iowa. Krtnias, Kentucky, lloulBtana, Northern Miohltian,Minnesota, Ml»- slBSlpnl, Missouri. Nebraska, New Mexloo, NortVi Carolina. South Dakola, Tunnessee, Tei- u, Utah, Virginia, Wlsooniln and Wyoming. Tho reductions in ratesi are of sumplent Impor}- anS» ll to" v merU~lbe"iiltontion of pro.; trayelprs. Kor partloularucall on O.O Ticket Agent, MMOtlTe . Norrti, 7. VK BURGESS, Cor.SixlbandAlbynti Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, Maple Sap, Fresl Oysters, Celery, Fresh Bread, Fancy Butter, Hour, Pure Spices, Fine Teas and Coffee?, e;c. Telephone 69 * DON'T MISS THE MODELS Sacrifice Sale Cor. 3d and Piasa sts. Licensed ARCHITECT •at »Bd :»rp*teot««,' W. THIRD #T»WBTi TMr4 Mtw.

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