Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on November 17, 1898 · Page 2
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uld Hot Ue Leftside." BV THBTbLEdRAPH PRINTING COrtPANV, THURSDAY EVE., NOV. 17. NOTICE TO AUVER USERS. Single Insertion ................... Three to BT« Intortlor.i ............ Sit to twette Insertions ............ lUTlSOrADVBHTIBlHO. run MM*. ...10 csntn. , , 7 cents. .,. & cfliHs. per i nth th inch dr.t month, «l. 60 per Inch oaoh month thereafter. It D*r inch for the first Insertion , an r SOB for each .ubioquent insertion. an* 60 cent« per my left side, had It and at times my heart -would »fcip a beat. Physi- tbtu and proprietary meot- dnes failed to do me any good, but three bottles of D*. Miles' Heart Care made me a healthy man. d J. Vanderr»«, Cornell, III. JJ DR. MILES' Heart ? Cure UPPER ALTON. Miss Mable Clement has oponed a Kindergarten scho3l at tho residence of Mm. H. N. Howyor on OoNotfe nvo nuo. Mr. George Oartwright, win WM reported very sick last wenk, is fltill in a dangerou* condition. The Thanksgiving holidays at Hhurt- leff begin on tho'2Hli and extend to 10 2Hth. Mrs. Button Is very ill at thoresi- onno of hor brother W. W. Lowe. J 1!. Merwln of St. fonts, who was o nave lectured at the college chape Friday morning, has written tb»the ,111 ho unable to keep the appointment. Thoro will bo no lectnro week. The COB will be held this year RKl-RKSBNTATiVK-elect Hoborts of Utah to the National House, Is an ac'.- ive polygamist, having throo wives There la some talk of debarring him from a seat In tho House on accoun of hia plurality ofjvivea. AwoMA^^rWo^rhia sued ho husband for divorce, assigning as rea • MiBthatho was an intolerable bor and that ho had cold and clammy feel This was a concatenation of circum stances that no woman on earth eoul be expected to put up with. He wa in the habit of telling long and VP boso stories and then to cap all put h "cold and clammy feet" on the par nerof his joys when they Stand it? No indeed, never! . Mile* Medical Company. Elkhart. ind. retiree The union Thanksgiving day uervl eo will be held this year at the Pros '.ytorlan church. A cho r oompojed of ningnrn from ea-h of tho churche H practicing for the occas on unde the direction of Mlas Alice Marsh. WISH Mamie Gere returned horn Goonttv. TWO STORES. During the past years we have teen so 'crowded in our store on Third Htrool that we have boon compelloa .o spread out. For the aecomrnoda. tlon of our patrons and to Bhow our large stock of goods wo have opened A New Store At 317 Belle St. BOOKS. W Richard Mansfield's Great Success CYRANO DE BERQERAC. TlStian, by Hall Calne. Tlili I. «r edition ot Hall Calno'a IT is stated that T. 0. I-oucka, I're identoftho Vlrden Coal Company, pnrchaoed the interests of minor stockholders and will operate tie plant on an entirely different plan. He is vary wealthy and the miners a-e confident that in tho future there Will be no misunderstandings that can not be arbitrated. Loucka lived In Chicago, and left the conduct of tho mine to the manager, Lukens. I 1 was the latter who caused the strike, refusing to pay the wages now agreed on by President Louoks. ____ Jewlcz (Henryk) Works. ;**nslatod from the Polish by Jeremiah Curtln. i Michael. Paper. By malt •••••;;•;; *J£ By mall- 3° c plre and Swort. Paper Opie Read's Selec oely gotten up and soW la.^SHlSifltb igle volumes, prjnXJiKifrrnie laid raid In Jirtlifl&Ofi'cToth, go!d toim, unout Judge. George Eliot's Works. BVfltames, 12 mo. Cloth, marulo edges Eipressage «"•«• Macauley's Works. Horn. Cloth, marble edges.. $a.«o .$2.00 m j Teacher In Literature; as •^igSS&SVJSSS 11 Si^ioS ,«dge«. Bymall *' The life of Jesus, Renan. With many valuable l»« l ' atlo ,V t pages, orown 8 TO, cloth, gilt By mail SHEET MUSIC. p Muilo, per copy, by mail Ube latest Songs and Music, tiy mail. .. Catalogue on Application. ADDRESS top. . 75C ?federic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. MONTHLY SUFFERING, *T*h0iuandt of women are troubled at monthly inter* T«l« with pain* ia tho bead, back, breasts, ihouldera.aldes fcips and limbs. But they need not *uffer. ' These palm are symptoms of dangerous derangement* that c«»3>e corrected, The men»* {tfnal (unction should operate ''•" ttuke* menstruation painless, «H4 regular. If puts the dell- k cat* menstrual organs tn condi- tionto do their work properly. And that stops all this pain. Why will any woman suffer ttontb after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her? It cost* $1.00 at tho drug store. Why don't you get a bottle t0"^ay? for advice, in cases requiring THE viaitTof Dick Oroker to Chicago has stirred up a bitter light between ex- Governor Altguld and Mayor Harrison for party loadershipjnjthe State.. Mr. Altgeld has dey»*-. '"l-rot 'any combination Mr. -Siolcer might make with .Mayor Harrison could not head bet free silver In 1900, and intimated that the two were trading, tricky politicians. Mayor Harrison's response to this is that in attacking him. ex- Oovernor Altgold has allied hlniBslf with a gang of boodle contractors and aldermen who have not been permitted to boodle under the present ad; ministration. It is fair to presume that the ex-Governor and Mayor Harrison know each other quite well, and what they may aay of one another Is very near the truth. The public will no doubt believe both in this instance. __ THK St. Louis Republic is rejoicing over the recent Democratic victory In that State. Tho causa for such rejoicing seems rather far fetched. Democratic victories In Missouri are so common that it would seem only a matter of every year's occurrence, and that there would be no great ado over them. The only reason that appears on the surface for this rejoicing on the part of tho llepublic IB that the Republicans make so miuy prophcloa of victories during tho campaign that they frighten the poor Democrats into believing what the Republican rooters say will prove true. Tlie Republican claims of victory, during the campaign, are as old aud as meaningless as the Democratic rejoicings afterwards are causeless. Of course the Democrats always win in that State. Nothing better could bs looked for in poor old Missouri, and Democrats need fear no defeat. There are too many of them In tho State, which will always be poor old Missouri so long as they are so numerous. _ Vlrtlen Coal Mines Opened. The plant of tho Ohlcngo-Virden Coal Company opened for work Wednesday morning, having boon idle since April 1, and having twice ut tempted to start with coloreil men from Alabama. The opening at this time la the result of a written agree meut entered Into with tho mine", the company conceding to them tho Springfield scale and agreeing to take away tho stockade surrounding the works. The question may be reasonably asked, if the owners of the mines can now pay 40o per ton, why could they not have done so ail summer? Are the mines now opened to avoid criminal prosecution for tho deaths at Vir deu a month ago? today after a week's visit at Moro. Messrs. Luke Chapman and Her Hulhort returned home this morniD with the naval militia boys. All th Upper Alton ooys are home cow ex coot Ohas. Wnlter?, who is still board tho repair-ship Vulcan. The Woman's Club met yester afternoon at the residence of Mrs. I C First. There was a large attendance and an Interesting program was presented. Papers were read hy Mrs. Mary K. Dodge, Mrs. A. M. Jackson, M Wary Murphy, Mrs. Stone and MIHR Agatha Murphy. The«"»ouMlon of current events lead by Mrs. K Marsh, followed the reading of tho papers. Music was furnished byMlsB Juliet Stiller, and Mrs. J. P. WhytP, whoso rich soprano voice has won her so many friends during the few weeks •be has.been hero. Tho meeting wan ouo of the best yet this fall and the ladies are to be congratulated upon the success of their club. The next meeting will bo hold with Mrs. John Loverett. A CHARMING DEBUTANTE. Conornl rJrnnl'H GrnniluuiiK i r Knlcr VVn»lilnKt<>» Society. Olio of the dtbutautcB of tho coming Booial Honson in Wanhington will bo Miss Rosoiiinry Sivrtoris, daughter of Nellie Grunt Sartoris and granddangh- torol Ocncrul U. S. Grant, Wi58 Mr- All our Toys und Fancy Goods wll bo found thore and our China, Glass Qranlta and Tinware, House Furnishing Goods will found at our Third street store. Our ambition is to have the pret tiost and completes! store in South ern Illinois and we think we now have it. Come and see us in our ol and our now homo. HOPPE. Miss Pearl Squin? has returned to her home In Carrollton after a visit with Mrs. Isaac Wood. MiR8 Abble Sawyer, o( Chicago, was he guest of Mrs. Ohas. Merrlman last week. Dr. Smith mad« a business trip to Kankakee last week. Quite a number of our young people spent an enjoyable evening at Urn. E. Hollard's Tuesday evening. Mies Luolla Gattlnger haz returned o Bt. Louis after a few weeks recrea- "Mrs. Laurence Slattery, of Chicago a visiting her sister, Miss t-mii Mr. Wm. Flynn, of Alton, has recently made the Congregational church a present of a marble top for their communion table. The church and congregation thank Mr. Flynn most heartily for his beautiful gift. Mr. J. 0. Mench of Alton, will address the Y. P. B. 0. E. next Sunday eV The n Ladles' Aid Society of the M. B. church will give a dime social on Friday evening at Mr. Pookllngton's. Mrs. Wm. Jackson who has been very 111, Is improving slowly LISTEN TO NATURE. Backache^ Headaches and Nervousness are Menage* for You. To moot people a tuoknoho f? em VP "J^nS*' ,lo thing, Uts KOt rid of^y^ off. e _ pic tiling Bomotlmi does not. or not , Whether It does thoughtful pooplo should oomo to unaenii that a buokaoho Is a warning that IB noi i«. noglootod without danger eue that will limit life to Ifave been better understood troubles In relation to every part ol' the body sulTorii. First erves Time A Lady is not gowned well unless her SSSSBHBSiSSES iSSSSglSfsl boar It. I had a severe pain _ln .myjiaqit^ ooi everything under the su edtome to or" '-'••—• tlnm, and tho ± r Wdnoy" '™uwe "^d 0 °rt£uma- ,y did mo no Rood. But 1 Ihougni tld-no-olds and! got a box at 8.11. fits well. We have all the new styles in these celebrated makes. P. D. French Corset, styles 530, 248, 7 86,at97M'-7V. and $ ^ 0 . jry in, 10 ""p-"'—»"•"•••'-., ;' n "^iTM.i"tn(fna-6ldsandIgotabox at B. n. i ThOITlPSOn S GIOV6 rilling nive^To^^ . S S£Kl^-teSS Corsets, P styles M Paris shape ^L^ { ^X? £$•£. £ i ^SM-^saffiffSSSli M^JB^ 1 ' n J KeS at IIETMALTO. R S. Croiksbank, of the Bunker Hill Gazette, was here Friday in the interest of his paper. .«,«.« Jan. B'ot) ;nnld is a gueet of W. Kay of Mendon, Mo. Oliver Flick bus returned to Ohio. Messrs. E. A. Lanterman and Sam 1 Mathers arc attending the Grand Lodge Session of I. 0. O. F. at Spring- Word has boe? 'received here that Fred Getkeh is recovering from a severe spell of typhoid fever, and James Hlark is just taken with the disease. Tae bays are stationed in South Oaro- lln MeBdanies H. \V. Zimmerman and Mury Clark and daughter Harriet, are visiting relatives at LUohfiold. Squire Piggott is courting at the 1 Mrs. H. Mansholt uud Miss Anna Kimmermanu are visitors at Barco- V1 BurBlars viaited the home of Dr. J. 8 .Thrailkill Monday night. They were frightened away before gaining few Intimate friends* aud 0. Club were invited to speii A bountiful luncheon had been prepared and a most enjoyable day was Miss Hortense Pickard visited in St. Louis thia week. $100 Reward 8100. 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 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 direct- lv upon the blood and mucous surf aces of the system, thereby destroying; the Kabo Corsets, styles remarkable and mysterious. , moves at once the cause and disease ^mediately disappears. The, to. dose greatly benefits, 76 ots. Soldbjr H W• Chamberlain. Druggist, Altou | 111 |y made $1.50, $2, Moulded.especial- for stout figures, MIBS ItOSKMAItr BAIlTOKIS. torip prnmiKi'H to hucumo ns much of a li"llu IIH was her mother, for nlio in n cimnning young wniunn. both in rniin- nor mid uppuuranco. Slio IIIIH nil tho profitigo "f funiily and personal muKiiut- ihin, lioth "f which nro nucussnry to HO- ciul fiuiwiiB in tho national capital. Mint) SarturiH has been finely' oducnt- od. Sho had tho advantago of tlio bi-st Furopi'iin tuachurs, and hiir Kngliiih nc- ruut iH tho unvy of her girl frit-nils, who would nivc their littlo fingers to ho nble to Hiii'iiU lik'i RiiHomary without having to play a purt. In blond Aliea Sartoris is only oiui-liiilf Anniriniu, hor father haviiiK 1><'''» "" ()Ut "" (1 °"' Jiritn "' but in fiintiiiu-nt Hho is fin patriotic tin was bur fmnciiis grandfather. She is well uiiuiinii'd 1'or tho now lifo she in about to enter. She «puakn the modern Inn- guiigi'H very well, is a good musician, and, iHinldus all, in ft very pretty girl imU'uil. .Inllnii f!|. l.nlllS, NIIV 111 ,1'. liv tin- l«'Kl!'liitiiri fi'ir the wile "f I' lilnlirsl liUUU'r, 1 . 17. --Tilt- Hliltu 8U- HVi-Ki.n I'lty, Mo.. 1ms .I"""" luw - >'iiaeteil In 1S94. nnil providing il'llf frani'lilKt-M tn Hie uneunBtlUitliinul. V Chattanooga Medicine Ch*tUuiooga ( Tenn. Co., troublld at nonihlr Intirial* l* pain* In my Mid and back. itn mUnly r«llt«s4 by Win* M. MAHONEY, JKANCB AND REAL ESTATl PQR BALE. brtok dwelling 10 rooon nlHMM^t^it. Ujipsr Altoi |tt9Mt Uns at MUn itrwt. Big OOP* on Bluff Science. The doath of Haroll Frederic iu London, while under treatment by a "Christian Scientist" physician, is now being Iu vestUatod iu the courts there. The New York Tribune in discussing the affair, speaks as follows of Christian soleuoe as a healing art: "Apart from the personal interests involved in It, this case will luevltubly bring the general a uostiou of so-culled 'Christian Science 1 under judicial ana popular consideration. The principles of 'Christian Science' are, wo are wellaware, held by many pooplo of general intelligence and undoubted sincerity. The law cannot interfere with anon beliefs any more than it can with the belief that 'de BUU do move. 1 It may be well, howevor, to remind auoh believers that the name they have assumed IB as misleading as was the traditional description of « crab as a rod nsh that bwims backward. The orab in not red, Is not a fish, and does not swim backward. So 'Christian 8oleuoe,'»wbatever It may be, in certainly neither Christian nor scientific. Perhaps It Is better tlnn Christianity aud wiser than science. We are uot wasting time In dlsouaslug tuut." The School Caie. The now famous Alton sohool case will come up for trial in the Circuit Oourt tomorrow. A large number of witnesses including some city otuolalu hftvebeen subpoenaed. There U little probability (bat the cane will oomo to trlaUt thin term of court, uu the A torneyi (or the city, Messrs. Baker, and Travovw, hayeaiuda- which they will pre- |.:ni|ii!nir May Vlnlt l-Txnrli Wulfl-K. lH, Nov. 17. -Tin; Volonte Miya -i ,T"i' Wllllnm li»« Biiundfd the Kn-n.-li n"V'.Tnnient about vlBltlnK Freni-li wali'i'S. 1ml It IB lU-nled Ihul o, lli.fl IIIIH iH'i'li onleri'd U> met the um- |.eror. Mr. n ml Mrs. 1'utter Palmci 1 . Ilonore I'almer aiul 1'otler 'I'lilnn-r, Jr., have Balled I'niin New York on the Ounanler Oiiiiiininla fur Kunuic. mro. u. ». Thrailkill gave a party Friday evening in honor of her Bister, Miss Estella Judd, which was quite a society affair. The special feature ct the evening wan tbe gentlemen's sew- '"it'ia'uow' almost a certainty that Bethalto is to have a canning factory. Nearly enough stock has been taken to insure its erection. The farmers ahould raise at leaat COO acres of tomatoes the coming aeuson. Qeo. Kabelhas accepted a position with .the American Express Go. at Mr. Wm. Flach has moved his faui- ilv to Upper Alton. , ,,. Thoman Lincoln dind at the Soldiers Home at Ciuincy. Life insurance ia a good thing but health insurance, by keeping tbe blood pure with Hood's Sarsapanlla, is still better. How to Cure Bilious Colic. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by bil- jousnesa nud had to take medicine all the while until 1 used Chamberlain's Oolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured me. 1 have since recommended it to a good many people. Mrs. F. Butler, Fairhaven, Oonn. Persona who are subject to bilious colic can ward of the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the Qrst symptoms appear. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. 11. Wysa._ A Case ot Kidney Disease Given Up by Kour Doctors. » Beaver Dam, O.—My daughter, after beine treated by four doctors ana given up for lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. Today she is able to walk several miles without fatigue. I feel we would have lost hor if it was not for you' 1 medicine. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyes. What do the Children Drink ? Don't uivo them tea or oofley. Have vou tried the mw food drink called O.RAIN-0? It is delicious and nourishing and takes the slace of coffee. The more Grain-O you give the chid, ron the more health you diBtribute through their systems. Orain-O Is made of pure grams, and when properly prepared tastes like the choice erados of coffee but costs about one- Ul Uilf flyijl/W*-") v*—-r- ~~^ m Y" t „ 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 8100 reward for any case thai it falls to cure—Send, tor, list ot testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 76C. MOROT P. Halbe, of Minnesota, was a re° e Miss Mamie Gere, of Upper Alton is spending a few days with her sister, Miss Bessie. ••..»„.., Geo. Zoelzer enjoyed a visit from friends in St. Louis county. James Ohilders has secured a position in Noll's bakery in Alton. Mrs. Sarah Henderson and sou Bob, are visiting at Troy. Jacob Frey has taken chage of tue Paddock farm. Miss Emily Stahl went to 8b. Louis A Queer (?) Meolcme. Thnre is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ftff^ or that it is a cure-all. This honest C C 0—998 — 4', Corsets I the best in the land for 50?. medicine only claims diseases, and that . to cure certain G. D. Chicago Corset Waist at $I,OD. Speciaf $1.7? J B. French Corset, short waist $..25. 8. H. Wyss. Three or less under this beading: Ons Mcsntii'tddltlOBBl tlmea same rate, oast down, - •••—••• FO_R_5ALB._ COR BALE.-Old papers, nanyquanlty. At * the TILEOBAPB omoe. Next of Carlinville, spent peveral days at home. The Court of Honor at a meeting Tuesday evening, initiated two candidates. At the conclusion of the exercises an oyster supper was partaken of The order is in a flourishing condition acd several more new members are in prospect. Fat Forming Oxygen. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey cures coughs and colds and soothes tho air passages. It heals the bronchial tubes and strengthens tho weak lungs. It builds up the tissues and enables tne blood to receive its proper supply of oxygen. Dr. Bell's Pme-Tar-Honey acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting the mucus, allaying the Inflammation, healing aud strengthening. It will cure a cough or a cold in one night and exhilerates the lungs against the inception of disease. 25c at good drug tores. No euros no pay. COU SALE^A Farm (our miles nortttweat ol MASTER'S SALE. State of Illinois, county of Madison, SB. In tho Circuit Court, October term, A. D., (98 In Chancery. to Your Wife court, wil "sell at public auction to the high) - • • • •' J ^r, on THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. Madison. In tin.-—--described real estate, to-wlt. North street Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. ft 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. 1 don't like to shop andTook in stores without buying, but how else will I know? Do vou 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 U is not the best, bring it back and get your money. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. H The Outfitter. 632 East Second Street "" sh on day of sal- The three-year-old boy of J. A Johnson, of Lynn Center, III., is sub- iect to attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied that the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, dur- init a severe attack, saved his 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 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 liSe was in danger, because he knew it to be superior to any other, and famous the country over for its cures or croup. Mr. Johnson says this Is the best selling cough medicine they handle, and that it gives splendid satisfaction in all cases. Bold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. law. Master In Chancery. LEVI DAVIS, Sol. fo:C»nplalnants. R. R. EXCURSION RATES. F ort Worth, Texas, and return S Doc. 3and4. IC.&A. m r , 'C. & A. NOT. 19, Rctu rnTtmlt r Nov. 16th, S t. Louis and return 800 20,21. ' " " grad _ iialf as much. and 20c, All grocers sell it. 15o n EDUCED Rates to Northern »"?. w « ate " 1 K rosorta nowln offeotvla theC. & A. K. K. and oonneoUona. ^_ i^Vl ^''» V' Poisoned^ by Ivy Was in a.Dreadful Condition Happened to Road About a Similar Case-Folio wed tho Other Man's Example and Was Cured. Tho following Incident it) given by; Clinrlos Morris, (jonornl joliber,62 taxlng- ton Avuuuo, North Cambridge, Muss.: "Bovurnl yuars iifc'o I becuino ixilsonud by ivy. 1 trleil'uiuny invdloini.-s, BpendinB a lurgfi sum of money without obtaining a jiartlclo of gaud. My chlldruti wt-ro nlno iillllc-ti'il with tho siimi' dlsvaso. Wo wuru all constant Hufforurs with an awful Itching bcnsiitUin, nnil It suoiucd uu if I Rhuuld tear mysulf to pieces. 1 picked up u puju-r in which 1 found printed a tustiniunliil froniB man in Vermont who hud been similarly ulllictodand hud taken llood'sH'irnaimrilla with beuollt. 1 bought a bottlo, which wo touk and it did Mo and My Children so imirh good I purchased another supply. Wocontlnueil taking Hood's Bursaparilla until wo used llvu bottles and I can safoly sny that neither myself nor children have any signs of tho poison. It has entirely left us and we aro perfectly cured. We give the whole credit to llood'4 Buruu- purlllu. Uofore resorting to this uwdluiiiu I was reduced in weight, but now I weigh 170 pounds, Hood's Bursajwrillu, has not only dune much good but has been tho means of saving me u if mat deal ot money. 1 would not to wllhtmt It In my house and I heartily rucommond It to all who m;u uulluted. 1 have writ- ton this statement for publication, ot my own will, as I want others to know what Mood's Sarsaparilla done tor us.^ CUAiaiwM< !^/SJ^nbma»¥.iW«ii!xlSflito Try Grain-01 Try Oraln-OI Ask your grocer to show you a package of GBAIN-0, the new food drink t hat takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury ns well as the adult. All who try it like it. QRAIN-O baa that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it la make from pure groins, an d .. tn( |'a™ 1 delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half the price of coffee. 15o and 25o per package. Sold by an druggists. ^_ ST\ NICHOLAS^ MAGAZINE CONDUCTED BY MARY MAPES DODOE. This nisiHKlno for boyH and girls l» without a rlv.l InlU IWrt Th« reHurea* for tlm oomlnK year will i B uln fur It a hose of new frUnd. A lav luadlng altrsetlons aro: A New Henty Story, THE SOLE SURVIVORS, By G. A. Henty. This Is a tale of oarly Amorlnin hlston ', l>y th6favorne»to?y toller odAn.orlcan and gng- Ilihboys. TRINITY BELLS, By Amelia E Barr. :s«ii»fSa^HSiS Ainurloan authors. [A STORY OF GIRLS, By Laura E. Richards. NO wrlior lii morn welcome to tho youn • folk o« U«uJ ihsn tlioiulhor of'Cwt.ln January." Slid this Is ono of hor lion offorfi. BRIGHT SIDES OP HISTORY, By R, II. Mouse. Atone* of amusing eplnoiles of hlntory. nn- nioni snS moloni, wld lii »n BiitorlalnlnKl way. U wliuw?ien • 1,'evv lutero»t In tuts Important tiranoh ot study. MUB. C D. f IQSBKB, the wlfoof tho pap- tali'tilit'ualilosUp HMNK, will write about AlHo oontrlbnlIons from Mr**- Uurton *'*'(''" son. lira MorrU, <i«U'tt nuruen;, Uoyd 0«- bourne* U. Kndloqlt, Poultnoy Ulgolow, U. l>3ary,eto ,eto. «vtry HOUB^OW « HbOWi-o^oaW Mr. N. N. Osburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a lame back. He was persuaded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Itgaye him relief in one night. This remedy la also famous for its cures of rneuma- tl»m. For sale by E. Marsh and H. u. Wyes. for Sale. The finest building lots in Middletown fronting on llth and 12th sta,— Apply to Wm. Bonntag. Texat. > The Missouri, Kansas & Texas Kail- way Co. will sell low rate round trip tickets on Nov. 1, 16, Deo. 6 and 30, with final limit of return to 21 days from date of sole. An excellent opportunity for homeseekers, tourists and Investors to view for themselves n Route best lino to all northerii ply toJ. B. Thomas, Aient^ DAY-For the above I Lho C. * A B R will sell excursion tickets at a w rate to SkMoDS -within 150 miles on Nov. "h. Return limit Nov. 25lh. the great resources of the State. For further Information address John U Williams, P. and T. Agt , 103 N. Broadway, St. LouK Mo. RoturnnKgooduntl Nov. H. ?Iamllton. ' 26 h Inclusve. Bean tho Signature tf Ihb Kind You Harc Alway HOTEL MADISON, A. L, DANIBL&, Proprietor. AltOD, III H unters' Rates to specified points In Alabama, ArtwsVs, Kentucky. MloWpan tower pen- formation and tickets call on Q. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. Oregon via.DenierandBait Lake City, every THIS WEEK. SHOES SHOES! New Shoes, Stylish Shoes, up to date Shoes, rood 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 study In Shoe economy. We have hune these up so that he who runs may read a lot of Bhoer enough bargains wEich are best aamplea of bnndreda of others within There ia only one way to beat our low prices and that is to RO bwre foot. Look at theso for Ladies' and Misses: For Ladies the celebrated Plngree and Smith, J. J. Latteman & Co., and Wright & Peters Go's »2T 92.60, »3 up to «6 going at 9fc, 1.29,1.79, Z.4» Plngree & Smith composite Shoe in turns and welta going at 1.79 aud Z.09 Misses' and Children'* School Shoes in heavy Dong., Vlci Kid and Box Oalf. How 1s this going at S9c, 69c, 77e, W, *i.» Men's Cordovan Oalf, Kangaroo Oalf, Titan Calf, Jona Calf, F'enob Oalf, King Oalf, Box Calf, Willow Calf, values «4, «6, «8, «7; go at $?.98 Boys' In same, going at •• 98e, $1 29, $1 50 PFEIFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. - Wedneaday. addressJ.B. For rates, routes, etc., call or Thomas, Agent. 'ornla Touris s—The Burlington Route • sleeper excursions, por- fcAT^'VTttWimS-ftS at very low rates • ilu Excursion Alabama, S. F. CONNOR Real EiUte, Insurance Collecting Afeot. Oo.i Plaaal Building and ALTON. UU. and Ticket Agent. SHI anoe to merit the atteat travelers. W particulars Ticket Ag«nt DON'T MISS THE MODELS * Sacrifice Sale Gor. 3d and Piasa sts. 7. W. BURQBSS, SpW. Fine Teas and CoffeeF, e c Licenced •«! MK»wil<wl

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