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Dla&amo 4 Years, BV THB TBLBORAPM PRINTING COrtPANY. SATURDAY EVK., NOV. Jfl. NOTICE TO A0VER riSKRS, tot the year IBM we that! oh»rg» iSe foliar- Ing ntet for transient notlcea In our local col- umoit MR I.INt. Bfnftl* (OMrtlon ....................... lOooat*. Three to B»o ta«ert1oni ............... 1 oontn. 8l» to iwelre Insertions ................ 5 cents. THl AUON. _ _m positive I would not be Jhrlntf today but for your wonderful remedy, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I had heart di*ease four yean and doctor* failed to help me. When I began taking this remedy I was tmfit for anything, but for afar ' months I have felt perfectly welL Mr*. Marti* W«ldroff. *"*•• B. Grand Forks, Minn, it DR. MILES' Heart Cure [lets on guarantor „,.. „„...„ ------- or money back. Book on heart nnl nervea BOnKroe, If Mild by all drngEle ., fljvt bottle benefit* or money .back '0T. Mils* Medical Company, Elkhart, ind. BOOKS! K R!oh»rfl Minifleld'a Great Success CYRANO DE BERQERAC. In flve acts translated Ot BdmondRosIani. from tbe Paper, by isc . by Hall Calne. This la to* only populir edition of Hall Calne'B great literary and dramatic success, fnbllrted. Paper. By mall s»c ^SlenklewJcz (Henryk) Works. *t«d from the Polls! by Jeremiah Curtln. Paper, By mall ItUHiitKT.— Muent« per Inch first Insorilon, afld « oenti p»r Inch (or eaob ««b«equoot insertion. tl per Inch drat month, ft. CO per Inch etch rnuotu thereafter. II per Inch (or the flrst Innortlor,, auA CO cent* per fton for each lubtequent Iniertlon, REPORTS from Paris are to the effect that the Spaniards will accept the American terms as to the Philippine islands. The game of delay cnti not win. JOIIN Worrel Koeley,inventor of the Keeley motor, died yesterday afternoon at his residence In Philadelphia, He was 71 years old. For many years be has been at work on a motor that was to revolutionize m stive power, bat tip to the present time the secret ot his InvontlonJhuB not been revealed, and tbe motor is yet Incomplete. I Mlcnul. > Vadis. »se 300 l Plre and Sword. Paper. By mall... joe Opie Read's Select Works. S';,.Handsomely gotten up and sold In oompleto jitiorilnfto volumes, printed on One laid pa', bound In HoUlston cloth, gold tops, uncut j and bottom ddg««, stamped In gold and ink > u original BbMMurT'' The Jucklliu, V<Hrt>iW«*t*r, A Kentucky Colonel, ' rSowwue Rlvtr, A Tennessee Judge, t Volumes In* box Reduced from *9 tof^.ao 9 extra. Single volumes by mall. »ac George Eliot's Works. 12 mo. Cloth, marble edges.. Sa.oo !e extra. Macauley's Works. ;S;TOlames, 12no. Cloth, marble edges...$a.oo j Teacher In literature; *« portrayed e wrltlnir ot English, French, German I American authors. With a blograph- I sketch and characterization of eaoh or,and an introduction by B. A.HIns- , PI). D. L. L,, D. 12mo, cloth, mar- Byroall Sui« The Life of Jesus, Renan. many valuable Illustrations. 400 , crown 8 TO, cloth, gilt top. m*u.. W SHEET MUSIC. i<* ®? i Music, per copy, by mall, jf tt» latest Songs and Mu«lc, by tnall. • ^•' Catalogue on Application. .a «e rederic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Biiren St., Chicago, (II. M. MAHONEY, NSUKANCE AND REAL ESTATE MR IALB. ionbl* brlok dwelling 10 roomi ft w«t Una of Main street. Big mono on Blu> eUlBff. ing, oor 4th and i tana, I miles sonthwejt of Brighton tory brtok store, Mo. lit Bellei it, •on farm, good briok dwelling and . 6l» Belle it, roots frame, sUteroof dwelling, acresofland. Bonania tor purl-room frame dwelling, oor. Albj •Tots on Bute itreet,morth of Bluff st i on Dry street, ..jry s-room frame dwelling, large barn l torn of land, Horth Alton. at tun three mUesnorth or Upper Altoi .onSuton.tr.et.g.UO^.oh^ is.wvoor, (thandFUsi lag on 1th it ,D«SI Remy THE United States Navy will soon pjBseas more than a sprinkling ot foreign-built warships, j Admiral Dewey baa Informed the Navy Department that ho baa contracted with a Hong-Kong firm of wreckers to raise three of tbe Spanish war vessels sunk In tho battle of Manila last May Day. Tbe cost of raising tbe ships and patting them In thorough repair will be 8500,000. .The vessels to bo raised are gunboats of large) type, and are tbe slater ship? lelaclo la Cuba and tala de la Luzon and tbe Don Juan de Austria. Tbe first two vessels are of 1,000 tons, 200 feet long, 39 feet beam by 11 feet G-lnch draft. They are of ateel, with twin screws, good protective deokn and an effective battery, composed of afx 4.7 Hontorlo gans, four O-potindere, two 1-poundor Nor- den/elds, two .S3-Inch Nordenfelds and two torpedo tubes. Their speed is placed at 15.9 knots under forced draught. Regions Notes Brigadier Tatt and Staff Oapt. Miles and Adjutant Koast will conduct meetings on Sunday, Nov. 20, in the Salvation Army hall. Services at 3 p. m, and 8 p. m. There will be special services at tbe Sixth street Methodist church all day to-morrow. In the morning tbe pastor will preach on"Qod and Country." At 6:80 the Epworth League will have B service of prayer for colleges; at 7:30 tbe pastor will preach on "The Good of Colleges." At tbe Evangelical church the subject for morning sermon will be, "Bleesod are tbe Dead that Die in the Lord,"tbe tervice being in memoriam of those that have been been burled by the pastor in the church the year post. Tho theme of tbe evening's discourse will be "Jacob's Drenm," in the English language. Gospel meetings led by Kov. J. M. Gainer will begin tomorrow at the Twelfth street Cumberland Presbyter rian church. An optical lantern will be used presenting views In tho lives of Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, Paul and Peter. A series of six sermons on the life ft Christ. Tbe day meetings are especially for children at 4:20, at the close of ihe public schools, with views eaoh day. The services are free to all and the public 28 cordially invited to attend. The subject illustrated tomorrow, will bo "Moses, The Hebrew Lawgiver." Sunday aTrTiiricrA. Tbe boor of tbe men's meeting will be given to a Bible Heading from Nebemeah subject, ''A great work and How it waa Accomplished." All men are cordially invited to attend and bring their Bibles. "Lost on tbe Mountains 1 ' will be subject of tbe Boy's meeting at 2:30 Sunday. All tbe boys are invited: Tbe Bible class will meet at Qve o'clock for tbe study hour. Subject, "Philip aa a Personal \vorker." Gospel meeting in the chapel this evening at 7:30. The Ramor et the Sale of the ftant Revived. It Ii stated on what appears to be perfectly reliable authority that the syndicate which bus secured an option on the Chicago and Alton Killroad hoe received nubscrlptlons to the cash fund raqiilrocl to ai amount three times what In needed to make the pnrohaae. Tbe syndicate will certainly not bny tbe property In tbe name of the Kansas Olty, Plttsbnrg and Gulf road. Tbe purchase will be an entirely Independent transaction, hut It 10 said It will take place with tho view of furnishing that road with a (IIroot line from tbe gulf to Chicago. It is further intimated that tlio Brlce- Iselin syndicate Is a party to the tbe deal, and will share with the Pitta- burg and Gulf In the benefits to accrue from the purchase of the Alton property. This syndicate, according to tbe report, will have a right ot way over tbe Alton for Its new through line from Bloomlngton to Kansas Olty and St. Loula. While far more than enough cash subscriptions have been made to close the option,one report.bas it that there ii still a difference of 96 a share between the would-be purchasers ana the present holders of the securities, and that solely upon the settlement of this difference the closing of tbe proposed deal depends. Those who profess to have inside information on the subject declare this difference will not be allowed to stand in tbe way of the syndicate carrying out its project. Life insurance is a good thing but health insurance, by keeping tbe blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla, Is still better. SATURDAY, NOV. 19th, no West Third at., and Trees and Plants for Sule. Fruit trees, evergreens, ornamentals and small fruit; plants; strawberry plants a specialty. For Bale by WM. jACKsoN.Godfrey, 111. It has been folly demonstrated that Ely's Cream Balm is a specific for Nasal catarrh and cold in tbe head. Tills distinction has been uonieved only as tbe result of continued successful use A morbid condition of the membrane la tbe" nasal passages can be tur"ed by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by druggists or it will be mailed for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 66 Warren street. New York. It spreads over tb" membrane, is absorbed and relief is Immediate. Settee Slot. .List ot letters uncalled (or at Alton posloffloe (or tbe week ending N r. 19, 1898. Persona calling (or tbeee letters will please say they are advertised. W. T. NOBTOH, P. M Belli I'rod C Mrs Bray, H Mra Chapter, Klljub C Goar, J B Mr McGIll, Addle Mlas O'Bryon, Mary Mrs Hoblnson, H L Mr Patterson, .Mm Svlimtdlh, MarrMrsi Sohroll, William Mr Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Oo. They have moved to 314 Plnsa street. 317 Belle Both stores have been stocked with the latest of everything In tbe lines and we earnestly hope The public will appreciate our efforts to have In our midst A GOOD CHINA STORE - AND — A GOOD TOY STORE. We have worked very hard for months to Ibis end. Everything is marked in plain figures at the very lowest prices and we respectfully solicit a liberal patronage. We invite all to our Openings NEXT SATURDAY, NOV. 19tb. UPPER ALTON. A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up by Four Doctors. Beaver Dan), O. — My daughter, after being treatod by four doctors aud given up for lost, B neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. Today nfoe is able to walk soverni miles without fatigue. I feel we would have lost her If it was not for yonr medicine. Renpectfnliy, Mrs. J. M. Uailey. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. WysH. The .•irumimopim 1 !!! la rnndp In Purls that two iiilvoniH'H will bo wont to Oays'iino, capital nf I'Yt'nch (iiilanii, to usHlsl IwyfUH 111 tlie iirujjurutluii of Ills dl-fl'llSB. Tlu* Hlato clopartmont has been In- fnnnt'il by Mfnfxti>r Calvo uf Costu Rica that l'i-L'Hlili:))i I«H'«!fiH will visit Washington liK.'uKiiltt) wllliln the next fortnight. The W. M. A. foot ball team drove over to Eilwardavllle this morning to play the L^olalro Tigers. They were accompanied by tbe cavalry aqnad under Major Von Binzer. The second team remained at home and played the East St. Louis High School team this afternoon oA the Academy grounds. / Mr. Stephen Crawford and Robert Ruff leave this evening tor aoutbwest Missouri to spend a week banting In the Ozarka. The annual exhibition of tbe Sophcr more class of Sburtleff College was beld last night in tbe college chapel, and was attended by a large and enthusiastic audience of students and town people. Prof. J. P. Whyte presided, and Dr. A. K. dcBlols offered tbe invocation. Owing to tbe size of the class it was considered inadvisable for all tbe members to take part on the program, and only nine out of the twenty-two members appeared. The speaker* all < acqaited themselves creditably, their selections being well ohoaen. The exhibition reflects much credit upon Prof. Whyte who has charge of the Rhetorical department, and prepared tbe Sophomores for tbeir appearance in public. Nancy Martin, an aged colored v/oman died last night at- the age of 73 years. Mrs. Martin lived with her grand daughter, Mrs. Walker, and bad boon In feeble health for many years. For the past three years she w.ie totally blind. I p.m. 0. (Khwrclj Sscoxn BAMIST CHOBCB— 8. 8. at All are cordially invited to attend. O. , Sopt. Y. M. C. A. -^p»ol»t ««rYto8 for men In tho V. M. C. A. rnonnat 4 p. m., Sund«y. Alt men nro cordially Invited. Union BAPTIHT CHURCH— Cornor fluconth and George »'jt. HOT. J, H. Barton. Proachlng fit II a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 8.8, at ft p. m. PRMBTTRRUN Cnt/Rcn.— Rer. H. K. Sanborne, pastor. Dhlne nervine* nt 10:45 a. m. and «f. 7:30 p. m. 8. 8. «t 9:,10 a. m. V. P. 8. C. E. meetd »t 6:80 p. m. CAMI'REI-I, ClIATRI. A. M R. CHURCH .1. M. Wtikenwm, pastor. Preaching at ll:3flft.m. and 7:3Cip. m. by tho pastor. S. 8. at 2:30 p. m Thanksgiving «or»le8» »t Ifl'lB n, m. BAPTIST CHURCH. —Rov. M. W. Twin*, pan tor. Preaching tomorrow morning and even- Ing by tho pastor. 8. S. at 6:30 a. m. Junlorn at 4 p.m. B. Y. P. U, at 8:46 p.m. EVANORLICALCRURCII— Cor. ElRhthand Itonry •Is. Uov. Wm. Hackmann, pantor. PreachlnK at 10.30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 8. 8. at 0 a. m. Teachers' mooting Friday, at 8 p. m. WASHINGTON ST. M,E. CHURCH— Joslah Abnl, pastor. Sunday— 8:80 a. in.. Junior League. Servlses at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. 2:80 p m. , 8. 8. 9:30 p. m, Epworth league. Thursday— 7:30p. m., Prayer meeting. GERMAN M. B. CHURCH.— Rov. Chas.lleldel, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:80 p m. by the pastor. 8, 8. at 8:30 a. m. Young peo- S le's mooting at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Thura- ay at 7:30 p. m Teachers' meeting Friday at 7:80 p. m. CoHOBEaxTloKALCHtrKCH.— Cornor Sixth and Henry streets. Rev. J. H. J. Rico, pastor. 8. 8. at 8:30 a. m. Preaching Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p. m. Junior Endeavor at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7:45 Thursday evening. W. C. T. U.— The Woman's Christian Tom perance Union meetings, are held the first and third Tuesdays ot the month at 3:30 o'clock Id the V. M. C. A. Chapel. All meetings are open to visitors and friends ot humanity are cordially Invited ta attend. TWELFTH STREET CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.— Cor. Twelfth and Henry streets. Kov. J. M. Oalser, pastor. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7 30 p. m. Y. P. C. 8. E. at 0:80 8. 8. at 9:80 a. m., T. H. Perrln.Supt. Teachers meeting, Monday night. Midweek service Thursday night at 8 o'clock UNITARIAN CHURCH.— Cor. Third and Alby sts. Rev. Goo. R. Oebauor, pastor. 8. 8. at D:45 s.m. Church service at 10:45 a. m. Thanksgiving service. Subject, "The Higher Imperialism." E enlng snrvlce at 7:90, subject, "The Family and Mi " and Savage Races M. E. CHURCH— Cor. Market and Blx'h sts. Rev. M. N. Powers, D. D.. pastor. S. 8 at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at I0-4ft a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior League at 3 o'olock p. m. Epworth League devotional at 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting at 7:30 Thursday evening. General class meeting first Thursday evening In each month. HUWTERSTOWN BAPTIST MISSION— At Cherry Street Chapel, oor. Fifth and Cherry sti . Rev. M.Jameson, pastor. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 8. 8. with Home Department at 9:30 a.m. Mission 8. S. 2:30 p. m.,R. Gibson, Supt. Young People's meeting al 0:30 o'clock. Evening subjeo'.: 'Jesus took him by tho hand and lifted him up. " ST. PAUL'S ENSCOPAL CHURCH.— H. M.Chlt- tenden, rootor. Twenty-fourth Sunday after Trinity Nov. 20. Holy Communion at 7 a. m. 8. 8, at 0:11; a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30 a. m. 8. 8. In Trinity Chapel at 2 p. m. Evening prayer and sermoi In Trinity Chapel at 3p.m., and In the church al - " ----?•-- --------- • In Trinity ays In the ---------- . -------- „ . ------ litany at 10 o'clock, evening prayer at 7:30. UPPER ALTON. PREBBTTERIAN CHURCH.— Rev. W. H. Bradley, pastor. 8. 8. at 8:30 a. m., J. O. Reynolds, Supt. Services at 10:46 a.m. every Sunday, and at 7:80 p. m. , alternate Sundays. J. E. society at 2:30 p m. S. E. at 6.80 p. m. Prayer moot- arrlago among Prehistoric Beats tree. irmiiy ifOapm at a p. m., ana in tue 7:30, Evening prayer and litany Chapel, Wednesdays «t 7:30. Frlda 1 Guild room, morning prayer and 111 Ing, Wednesday, 7.16 p. m._ Woman's Friend The Great Medicine that Gives Nerve Strength MASTER'S BALE. ' itatoof Illinois, county of Madison, 88, i the Circuit Court, October term, A. D,, ' In Chancery. AuelH. Bouts and John L. Boalu, partners r the name ot M. H. BoslsA Son. va Henry ij Bmma Paulino Medo and Hattlo Mode. i for Meobinlo's lien. . „„» UoUoe lu hereby glren that by rlrtue ot (eoree of the Circuit Court ot Madlion coun Vffiude and entered at the October term, A. ViUSe, thereof, In the above entitled cause, vsprijm.. ' Magt9r ,„ chancery of said will fell at public auction ' bidder, on THE THIRD DAY OF DEC8M- BBR, A, D,, 1808, hour of ten o'clock, In the forenoon of . ft the north door of the City Hall In the olty of Alton, In the county of ,7n the State of lUlnols, the following •realetUte, to-wlti '") feet fronting on North street ' uid Otty-four and one-hale ttbo north end of tho east dot block No. flve (ft), in erty addition to the city of leoltf of Alton, In thvooun- o,wiu State of Illinois. Said lot. ind, lying next to and south ot lot nUogonNorth street) In said block -All cash on day ot sal-. _j)pe with 'he terms of sale and Ithe report nf the said master | WtlflOi'e 0 ( purchase will be —ir or DurohMers which will S ^ to* dead tor the premises of fifteen months from the day 'wciid «ixwdl"tf to law. JOHN r. UodlNNIB, JUister In Chancery. *T«, Sol. for C»ipUln«nts, •«!*>• MADISON, Itto. AU*». Ill iNNOR Pertonal. Mrs. H. Q. Mitchell of BOB ton, and Mra. A. R. Lyon of Kansas City, a: e visiting Mrs. Homer Stanford. Miss Mame Beiaoh returned to her home at Springfield today after v.ult- lag Miae Dollio Blake In this city. Mr. J. T. MoOlure and Mlaa Mary MoClure arrived home from Plttsburg, Pa., last evening, whore thoy were called by the death of a relative. Mr. J. K. Duffleld, who lias been very 111 at tbe hospital, baa gone to his home In Jersey villa to recuperate bis health. Ula sister MUa Ida Duf- fleld baa been attending him. Broken Limb Caused by a Runaway Horse. Mrs. J. W. Clifford, ot Gardner, Colo., while out driving, last Sunday afternoon, in Gardner, was thrown from tbe buggy, and Buffered u broken bane in her left limb botwooa tbe knee and ankle. The horde oooamo frightened and ran away, up sot ting tbe buggy aud throwing Mrs. Clifford out, with tbe above result. Mrs. Clifford suffered ooualdernbly before a doctor could bo obtalued, buying to send thirty tnllea for one. Mra. Clifford is gettlug along aa well aa ould ba expected, dbo waa formerly a resident of Upper Alton. Her huj- band, J. W. Clifford, la now a merchant ol Gardner. K»t Forming Oxygon, Dr. Bell's Hiio-Tur-Ilonuy curtia coughs and colds and soothes tbe air passages, It heals the brouoblal tubes and strengthens the weak lunga. It builds up tbe ' moa and enables tbe blood to receive its proper supply of oxygen. j _./ ___ _ A Queer (?) Meulcmf. There hi a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered some hitherto uokqowa iiigredi««t, or tbat it is a cure-all. This honest medicine only claims to cure certain diieaaea, and tbat its Ingredients are recognized by the most skilled physicians as befug tbe best for K'duoy ind Bladder diseases. U is. Fuiey's Kidney Owe. Bold by B. Marsh und 8. H. Wyss. ' building lots In Middle- ronting on lltb and lath »ts. & W w. Hood'« Sarsaparilla Makes the Blood Rich and Pure, Creates an Appetite and Restores Health, Vigor and Vitality. "I feel that I ought to write a few worda In praise of Hood's Sarsapaillla, which hag done great things for mo. I waa In a dollcato condition and ivas sick at my utoinauh and constipated. I tried remedies highly recommended for female weakncuHCB, but the medicines brought on other troubles. I was go weak I could not attend to my household duties, and I then determined to try Hood's Sar- Baparillu. After I had taken tula medicine a short time I began to gain strength. I Crew Stronger Each Day until I was able to work all day without any inconvenience. 1 have taken Hood's Pills for conutipation, aud I am batter today than I hove been for flve years. Blnco taking Hood's Bartmpurllla aud Hood's Pills I feel rested in the morning. I am less nervous and am Biiro I havo richer and purer blood. I have always been bothered with scrofula, but now I am rid of It. lioforo my lant child was born I took Hood's Baraaparllta, nnd my girl baby was fat and strong, whiUt my other child was not well and lived to be only two yours old." MHH. K. F. DEAL, Box 119, Missouri Valley, Iowa. Sarsa. parilla Is the best—In fuel tlio Ouu Tnui Illooil I'urlflor. a»opur«lyv«'K»tolil«,c»ro. f uu/ propped. U cent.. Hood CUT PAPER PATTERNS* '/'/test fii/tfrut fnvn txm prarmHMCfft "M/ *5*4/ and thi siwplut " on th* tttarfat, Tkty fait -25c. PER PATPBRN tuiaT, nutiivit, vrHMirr-.iOKi'Utin down, )S«. \i't witf 6t fitiMid to HH<t you at a t^fffal t^tr ti TKIAU SUH. 3Sc. POUR WEBKS . la Itt UAZAR Ufa* nctitla/llu uwmf. n.. lUBI'BU 4 UKIITIItlCS, I'aiil.l.r,. «, T. fit, Tbret ltb«« or 1«H under OU* h«4l«t' OB* UBC, U 9*oUi thre* 4»|t, II ««Btoi on* »»«k W «»ntii additional titan tamt nt|, o»*> town. FOR COR HALB.-QW ' Ue TlUOBAfi P R BALB-AUlo be «WBplt*l by t a.» taoioff tt Hr ROB I Lltohfleld.JMaorei. tloularaaddreaa How to Cure Bilious Colic. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by biliousness and had to take medicine all tho while until I need Oharnberlain's Ooiio, Cholera niid Diarrbcea Remedy, which cured me. 1 bavu since recommended It to a good many people.—Mrs. F. Butler, Fairhaven, Oonn. Persons who are subject to bilious colic can ward of the attack by taking tills remedy as soon as tbe first symptoms appear. Sold by B. Marab aud 8. H. Wyss. THE NEWS IX BRIEF. £ Canadian Pnellle railway earnings for the week ended Nnv. 14 were $556,000; for tho same perlml last year, J832,000. The directors of the National Lead company have declared a regular quarterly dividend on the preferred stock ot 1% per cent., payable Dee. 15. Cobden, Ills., has paused and approved a curfew ordinance. A petition has been filed In the United States circuit court at Wichita, Kan., for a receiver for the Hutchlnson and Southern railway. Plaintiff Is Mrs. Kate A. Bennett, a stockholder, who charges fraud. Captain James M. North, supervisor of Cllntonla township, was found dead In hla jjrape arbor at Clinton, Ills, The American Association of Agricultural Colleges and Experimental Stations. In convention at Washington, elected Dr. H. P. Armsby president. GuHtav Winter, a clgarmaker of Milwaukee, dropped dead while at work. The Anchor line steamerAlsatla, from Mediterranean ports, Is detained at the New York quarantine because of a suspicious death aboard. John M. Newton of South Bend, Ind., has sold to a Ooshen (Ind.) lumber firm fifty-one black walnut trees, receiving therefor $10,000 In cash. John Uudell, formerly of Chicago, aged 45, a barber, committed suicide In Valparaiso, Ind., by hanging himself. Bessie, the B-year-old child of Mrs. Drown of Peru, Ind., was killed by a shot from a toy nlrgun In the hands of Willie Stroutl, aged 10. Mrs. Julia Dunn of Mollne has been elected president of the Illinois Equal Suffrage association. N. J. C. Bowers, aged 72, postmaster, and Mrs. Mary Canady, aged 75, were married at South Xanesvllle, O. The Dowager Empress of China Is said to have concluded another secret treaty with ItUHtila, by the terms of which China is to employ luisslan soldiers for the defense of tho Chinese coast. Scott Yerual" shot and killed J. D. Kdge, ex-pro.Hcc'Ullng attorney of Mo- Donald county, ut Southwest City, Wig. Mrs. David Dennis was badly burned, and a 3-year-old son was fatally burned, In the destruction of UiuJr home In Dovvafc'lar, Mich. What'do ihe Children Drink 7 Don't Rive them tea or ooffey. Have you tried tbe uew food drink called QRAIN-0? It la dellolouB and nourishing and takes tbe alaoe of coffee. Tbe more drain-O you give tbe children tbe more health you distribute through tbeir systems. Orain-O la made Of pure grains, aud when pro perly prepared tastua like tbe choice grades of coffee but coats about oue- baU as much. All grocers sell It. I6o and 28o, Try Grain-01 Try Oralo-OI Ask your grocer to sbow you a package of GRAIN O, tbe uew food drink tbat takes tbe place ot coffee, Tbe children may drink it without iu- luryauwell M tbo adult. All who try It like U, GKAIN O has tbat rlcb seal brown of Mooba or Java, but it Is make from pure grains, and tbe most delicate Btomaob receives it without distress. One-bait tbe price of coffee. Uio and 26o per package. Bold by all druggist*.' KTHODIBT EPISCOPAL CnuBOH.—North Main street, Rev. J. A.Large, pastor. S. S. at9:30 a. m. Preaching at 10:46 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junbr League at 3 p. m. Fpwortb League devotional meeting at 0 30p,m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. followed by S. H. teacher's meeting. BAPTIST CHURCH.—Corner of College avonuo and Seminary street. Preaching service nt 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., Dr. R. Gibson, Supt. B. V. P. U. meeting 8:30 p. m. Teacher's meeting Monday, 8 p. m. Business meeting Monday after flrnt Sunday, 8p.m. Prayer meeting 8 p. m. $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper "will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science baa been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Oatarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces 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. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer $100 reward for any case tbat it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, Dr. BeD'S Pine-Tar- acts aa a balm to the lungs, cutting tbe mucus, allaying the inflammation, healing and strengthening. Ic will cure a cougb or a cold in one night and exbileratee tbe lungs against the inception of disease. 25c at good drug tores. No euros no pay. The three-year-old boy of J. A. Johnson, of Lynn Center, 111., is subject to attacks of croup. Mr. Jobnton says he is satisfied that the timely nae of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, dar- inj? a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He Is In the drug business, n member of the firm of Johnson Bros, of that place; and they handle a great many patent medicines for throat and lung disease*). He had all these to chose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to his cull, but selected this remedy for use In his awn family ot a time when I>i8 child's life was In danger, because be knew It to be superior to any other, and famous the country over for Its cures of croup, Mr. Johnson says this la the best selling cough medicine they handle, and that It gives splendid satisfaction in nil cases. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Mr. N. N. Osborn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a lame back. He was persuaded to use Chamberlain's Palu Balm. It gave him relief in one night. This remedy is also famous for its cures of rheumatism. For sale by E. Marsh and 8 H. Wyss. Texas. The fiiissonri, Kansas & Texas ttail- way Oo. will sell low rate round trip tickets on Nov. 1, 15, Deo. 6 and 30, with final limit of return to 21 days from date of sale. An excellent opportunity for homeseekers, tourists and investors to vlow 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. R. R. EXCURSION RATES. F ort Worth, Texaa, and return $24. 1C. 4 A. Doc, 3 find 4. T bo Burlington to Colar to 1'uaot Sound Points. to Colarado, California and S t. Louis and return 80#. C. * A. Nov. 19, 20,81. Return limit Nov. .'6th. H omoseokera Excursions.—Nov. tat and 18th and Doo. Oth and 20th, via the Burlington. R EDUCED Rates to Northern and Western resorts now In effect via the C. & A. R. R. aud conncotlons. The Burlington Route best lino to all northern * norteorn and western summer retorts. Cheap rates now In oltoot. For information apply to J. B. Thomas, A^ent. T HANKSGIVING DAY—For the above the C. & A. R. R. will sell excursion tickets at a low rate to stations within 150 miles on Nov. 24th, Return limit Nov. 25th. T hanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 24th— Special excursion rates via Big Four. Tickets will bo sold only for trains of Nov. 34th and within a radius ot 1W m les of starting point. Returning good unt 1 Nov. 25 h Inclusive.—G. H. Hamilton. u (u, slourl, Minnesota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin, via Big Four. For Information and tickets call on G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. urlington's Through Car Service—Palace Sleepers and Chair Cars (seats free) to Kansas City, St. Joe, Omaha, Denver, Billings. Rock Island, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tourist Sleepers to Ban Francisco and Los Angeles, Ca Ifornla, Portland, Oregon via Denver and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., call or address J.B. Thomas, Agent. , .._ .. . . _ igent) every Wednesday f om St. Louis, and Thursday from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Los Angeles and tianjFranclsco. The route Is via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City with 98 per cent sucshlne throughout the year. Ask your Ticket Agent, J. B. Thomas, for partlcu- 1 rs. H omeseokere' Excursion at very low rates via Big Four, to specified points In Alabama, g, , sp, sour, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Tickets will be on sale Nov. 15th, Doo. 0 20, Jan. 9-10; Feb. 7-21, March, 7-10. For full Information apply to G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent, f-fomesoekers' Excursions. — Upon certain 1 "dates of October, November and December, tbe C. * A. will sell excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates to points In Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Northern Michigan,Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska. New Mexico, North Carolina. South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, The reductions In rates are of sufficient Importance to merit the attention of prospective travelers. For particulars call on O.G. Norrls, Ticket Agent. t»>m ton, "For Brown, or If. B. Brown Ww PHKNCll COS^MB 01' VliNtlHAN CLOTH PROM HAHPEK'S BAZAM Red, which la every tone la a marked feature of gowna, not only aa a prominent aooewory In combination and decoration, but for entire costumes aa well, appeara in the dark rich shade of the circular tnnlo over- dreaa to a French ooatume of Venetian cloth. Ue trlmcnlnga are bias bands of blaok velvet outlining tbe Vandyke pointa in front and then passing plainly around tbe back, which eitende nearly to the hem of the black underskirt. A toll circular flounce of velvet added (to a seven-gored foundation of allk or aatln almulatea under tbe points an entire skirt of the velvet, the width ot the flounce at the foot being four yards and three-quartera. A alight fulneaa arranged in pleata nnder the fastening of tbe back, producee a graceful aweep below. The ooraage lalmade with one of the little fauoy Jaoketa which have retained all of their former popularity. Pleated back and front and bordered with band* of blaok velvet, it opena over a fall veat of white velvet patterned with blaok polka doti. Tbe pleata of tbe back fall over a deep floraelet of the black velvet, which la draped to a tow point In front. The collar 1» a high bank fluia&ed with a ahapea rone, wboae lining to velvet, and a fan-pleated bow of velvet forma of cravat. Hmall circular poffa aurooant the oloae eleevea at the top. while at the wrlate they have tho (aahionable flare. The proper oat of tnu gown can be obtained only from tb* nae of #oryer'« Batar out paper patterna. Bnnobea of vloleta tniermlngUM with marguerite* decorate the hat of crennlatod gray velvet) * Quantity of wat*rlal-«lotb, W luohw wide, 6 yarda: •ilk. for upper^pftrt of foundationjlWi*i, * yartu bja«t; Y»ivrtj » y«4»j whit* vol**^ **•--' SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY AND MONDAY. -o 10 per cent reduction on Ladies' Jackets, One lot $0" Dress Goods; sprelal sale tff yd. J4in. Turkey Red Damask; " " i8f yd. 60 in 45^ ' " " rf yd. halt bleached' " " " •& yd. yd wide Reliance Bleached Muslin; special sale yd. 8y3? yd wide, Fancy Colored Bunting (for Comforts, etc.,); special sale 6 1 A? yd. Another lot of $i black Kid Gloves; special sale 60^. 32 in. and }6 in., io/ Percals; special sale 6%f yd. 35^ Fancy Colored Shawl Fascinators; special sale 25^. HK° ne lot ° f Germantown Zephyr regular price i;f; special sale $/ a skein. See our Toilet Soaps, we can save you money: Henri Rocheau Violette de Parme Heliotrope Blanc and Peau D'Espague, 23' a box. Andrew Jergens, Rose de France Glycerine, great value, three % Ibs bars for 25 cents. Next to Your Wife Your Unders'.iirt is your nearest friend. It may be tomorrow or next day yc.ur little, thin undershirt and drawers must give way tt> 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 it is not the best, bring it back and get your money. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. H'A-W.mL!R- The Outfitter. 633 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 op Prices Out Down. Our Show Windows are a ttndf In Shoe economy. We have hnng these up so tbat be who rune may read a lot of ehoer enough bargains which are beat samples of hundreds of others within. There Is only one way to beat oor low prices and tbat Is to go bars foot. Look at these lor Ladles' and Misses: " • For Ladles tbe celebrated Plngree and Smith, J. J. Latteman & Co., and Wright & Peters Go's |2. «2.60, «3 up to «5 going at 98c. I.Z9,1.W, Z.4( Plngree & Smith composite Shoe In turns and welta going at 1.79 and 2.99 Misses' and Children's School Shoes in heavy Dong., Viol Kid and Box Oalf. How is this going at S9c, We, 77e, 99, $1.29 Men's Cordovan Oalf, Kangaroo Oalf, Titan Oalf, Jona Oalf, French OaW, King Oalf, Box Oalf, Willow Oalf, values 64, «6, «6, <7; go at tt.tt Boys' to same, going at age, $1.29, fl.M PFEIFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. DON'T MISS THEM0DELS Sacrifice Sale eor. 3d and Piasa sts. was OTeifflTeiinllDeirffl^r Licensed ARCHITECT ••» 104 MMmufeal Drauf bUawis.

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