Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on November 21, 1898 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
November 21, 1898

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, November 21, 1898
Page:
Page 1
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 1 article text (OCR)

IJEi&IiAPffi SIXTY-THIRD (titfeklittrt Jtetttjli, ttH.)f ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, NOV. TEN CENTS PER WBBK Give tHe People a Chance to Patronize You-You Can't Expect them to Come iff Yo$i Store Until They're Asked. Try the Telegraph. - • ...... .^- --. .^- . .... , . »• ,'.*".& ' >1 •—** •1 I ;"^^^*^«A«I'B' i IN TIM & with the paint brush is like that "stitch iu time" that^ "«ave« nine." Paint is a labor-saver in the home. A glossy, painted (lurface discourages dust. But the labor of painting ia lost if you use tho wrong paint. Different surfaces call for different coverings. House- Wives don t put tag carpet on the parlor floor nor velvet Carpet in the kitchen. They wouldn't suit. Paint malcim? has progressed tnora than carpet making. There's A special ( paint fo* every kind of painting, tooks best, wears best. THE&HERWIN-WILLIAUS PAIHTS tot painting faaae boarda, window blind., onpbntida, ah«l*«, floirw «tand> and oth«r llttlo tliluui about the bonae, get The Sturwln-Wllllahn P«mllr Paint. For funrnnrs, nottery, wlok«r. Walk and dncor»UVo work n«o Tho Bliorwlti-Wllllamii Kn: toil Paint. For bath tnbl. Iron liod«to»,]» and metal work got Th»Hbm>ln-Wi)ll»m« Batbfinnmo). Bo mnron'rr tight. "Paint PolnH," »»nl frcr, will help you. THf SHBRWIN-WlLLlAMS CO.. PAIHT *HD COLO* M/miita, , »8«9Stewart Av«., Chicago; alia Cleve- A m*. Und, New York and Montreal, jm H. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent. Matter of Life and Death it often IB whethi' yo' hive your r bysioianB prescriptions filled prompt - ly nnr (ictUiatbly. We make a specialty of our {.TcBcription department, anc p tiy ale inn B presorlptiona. and family recipes are filled fron&ppure, fresh drugs, and in tlie raorflr careful and exact manner, nnd onr prices are fair and equitable. Marsh's Drug Store. I have been taking Piso's Cum for OonHiimption sinco 188!), for Coiiglm and Colds. I had an attack of LaCtrippo. in 1890, and have had others Bince. In the Winter of 1890-7, I had a spell of Bronchitis, lasting all winter, and leaving A troublesome cough, until 1 again tried IMso's Cure,-which relieved me.—Airs. M. B. SiULLEV, Colorado 8prhiBH, Oulo,, AugUHt 19, 1898. The Pitt Oomivuiy, Warren, Pa. 7 W/ f . VV . GROCER, Cor. Sixth and Aiby ste Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, Maple Sap* Fresh Oysters, Celery, Fresh Bread, Fancy Butter,. Flour, Pure SpJces, Fine Teas and Coffee?, e!c. rtfi£k f\f\ Free Deliver to one 09. Free Delivery p art O f the any We desire to call attention to our New FALL AND HOLIDAY GOODS, And ^^|e/-ypu to inspect our line of Beautiful Rockers, ffwr^l Pieces and Desks. Our stock is more complete ; £md our prices lowei than ever before. For go63 go6ds at lo\y prices deal with the reliable and old established furniture house of J. 210 W. Third Street. SON J. Bauer & Sons FURNITURE, Undertakers and Embalmers. Second Street. Opposite City Hall. Alton.Jll. Commencing Nov. 18th, until further notice, we will sell at Strictly Cash Price,: All our INGRAIN CARPETS from tbe cheapest to tbe Best all Wools at a reduction amounting to 16 per cent. Brussels Carpets and Velvets enough for a room at cost prices. Bring In yoqr measure. Here is one of those who are either so prejudiced against alj advertised remedies, op have become discouraged at the failure of other medicines to help them, and who wiu succumb to the grim destroyer without knowing of the wonderful value of Foley'a Honey and Tar for all Throat and Lung troubles. For sftle by B.^Margh and 8. H- ••IP AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED," TRY SAPOLIO, L /->:. - , - ,. MO is Capital of Island of Panay '.Insurgent Hands. in WARSHH'S 8F.NT THERE BY HEWE TITO ofllm Hpiinl.li Cruller* Hunk During Ilio Until* of Mnnlln IMonlnrt " nn Monknil HtCnvll«-gerg(miit of nMlnnn «otn RifKlineiit A(ur<l«ri«t liy Filipinos — TrnnnlntloM of the SpanU.il t'oiiiiiiln»loi •nt'Molo On I; loil to WnnlililRton, Manila, Nov. 21.— Three Filipino na tlvea hired a carriage and afterwards became engaged In a dispute with tin driver regarding the fare. Some mam bers of the American military pollci attempted to arrest the natives, but the latter resisted and Sergeant Price of the Minnesota regiment was stabbec and killed and three other American soldiers, Maher, Montgomery and Hoyt were wounded. Maher shot one native dead. The others were arrested. Two Spanlnh Crulnorit Floated, The Spanish cruised Isla de Cuba and Isla tie Luzon, which were sunk during the battle of Manila, have b<en floated nnd docked nt Cavlte. The. United States revenue cutter McCulloch has left Manila on her way home. The Philip- pint; provlnrop. have suffered from th9 severest typhoon In years. Malaios, the headquarters of Agulraldo, has been damaged and many villages have been destroyed. The merchants of this city have decided to establish a chamber of commerce, which, by Kpantah law, they were previously precluded from doing. rilOPOSITION FOll AllttlTItATION. frail Hut Ion of Spuln'H Note Received in \VaKlllltfflnlt.. Washington, Nov. 21,— It was not until a late hour that the lust paragraph of the long translation of the Spanish note which was presented to the American pence commissioners last Wednesday as dlclDberud nt the state department. It appeared that In addition to the long argument which was Intended to show that the word "disposition" used; In relation to the Philippines meant RomeUiiriK else, the Spanish note Old include a proposition to submit the Philippine clause of the protocol to the Interpretation of an arbitrator. Anolhfi* cablegram followed the first long' message, tills time directly from Judge Day. seeking Instructions definitely on some points to be made In the Amerlfiin answer which is yet to be presented. These instructions have been sent forward, and It may be stated, without going into details, that they are precisely in line with the policy which the American commissioners have been pursuing up to this point In the negotiations. Judge Day made no mention In his message of any Intention on the part of the commission to adjourn their Sessions without transacting any business, but In view of the fact that the last Instructions wtre sent so recently as to oft'ord Insufficient time for putting them In form, It was believed to be probable that nothing would be done at the day's session and that the meeting 1 would be purely pro forma. Chicago To ISo Put In Commlinlon. Washington, Nov. 21. — Complete arrangements have been made to put the cruiser Chicago In commission at New York on the 1st proximo. Her complement of officers Includes almost entirely the officers who have served on the Vermont, and at the New York navy yard In connection with the repair and outfitting of the Chicago. Captain P. H. Cooper, late superintendent of the naval academy, will have command, and Lieutenant Charles Co- ohan will be executive and Lieutenant W. D. Rose navigating officer. The Chicago has been out of commission for nearly three years, during which time she has undergone almost a complete transformation, with the result that she is now one of the most formidable vessels of the American navy. Small Death Rule ut Manila. Washington, Nov. 21. — The following IBS been received at -the war department from General Otis at Manila: 'Following are deaths since the last report: Nov. Jny A. Smith, private, ompany G, First Dakota, of apoplexy following malarial fever." The war department officials say that the report showing such a small death rate among BO many soldiers Is extremely gratlfy- ng, and Indicates an Improved condl- .lon at Manila. That only one death should occur in 20,000 soldiers in a week or ten days Is very surprising. The department believes there has been a reat Improvement In the health conditions 4n the Philippines. Christmas. Gifts for Mnnllu Soldierg. San Francisco, Nov. 21.— The trans- tort St. Paul has sailed for Manila car- •ylng a cargo of Christmas presents or the soldiers und sailors In the Phll- pplnes. Thousands of packages of all sizes and descriptions have reached the quartermaster's department In the last en days from all parts of the country since It became known that Uncle Sam would net an Santa Claus and convey Christmas gifts free of cost. A num- ier of soldiers drafted to recruit com- lanlfs now at Manila and forty nurses ulled. Twenty of the nurses will r«- maln nt Honolulu. __ Vlmt Si.anl.b War reunion. Washington, Nov. 21. — Commissioner vans, of the pension office, notified Secretary of War Alger that Jesse T. Gates, of the Second United States ar- lllery, Who lost part of his upper Up n the West Indian campaign, has been warded the first pension on account of he Spanlnh war. Gates will receive (17 er month, and this being Inadequate .a irlvate pension bill Increasing tho pen- Ion probably will be Introduced In con- (,'rulaer Ordered '<' Havana. Philadelphia, Nov. 21.— It was re- orted ut League Island nnvy yard that rderH had been received from Wash- ngton directing tho cruiser Topeka to euvu f6r Havana at once. It was also tated that the auxiliary cruiser I'an- her will be ordered to Porto Idea In a few flays. She Is now being loaded vlth supplleit and will take ti crew from lit) ri'celvlne snip KJcliinund as «oon ax IllcerH art) detached to command her. Turned Out !« Wulctiiiin Keillor. Frederick, Md., Nov. 21.— Admiral Iphjey reached this city yesterday and HUtiueo • Arnicr. DUVO. The beat aalve In the world (or onto, raises, Borea. uloera, salt rheum, <•• r er Bores, tetwr champed bunds, ohll- lain*, coriMi. and all ikln eruptions, nd positively cures piles, or no pay eqolred. It la guaranteed to give lerfeoisatlBfaotlon, or money refund<J, Price 88 cent* per box, For salt B. Marsh. Alton and Upper Alton "Ttio worst cold I ever bad lu my l(e was cured by Obaniberlalu'n Oougu. lomedy," say* W. H Norton, of Butter Greek, OaT. "This oold left me will a cough and I was expectorating al tbe time. The remedy cured me, anc I want all my frleude when rohhled with a cough or cold to me t, for It will do them good." Sold by . MwiMnd B. H. WyM. RoVAU Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum baking powders are th* greatest menacers to health of the present day. now, BMUNa rowan eg, new YOBK. will remain unlU tomorrow visiting his relatives here. Ills coming wan the occasion of an ItnmenKe popular outpouring and ovation. Many houses were elaboroately decorated, the churches and other hells of the city were .rung, and thousands gathered at the station to cheer him. A public reception wll be given In his honor tonight. To Admit QiilnlUG Free of Duty. Washington, Nov. 21.— The treasury department has recommended to the secretary of war that quinine 'be admitted Into Cuba and Porto Klco free of. (July. Under Die Spanish law the duly on quinine was about $13.60 a pound. The war department undoubtedly will concur In the treasury rec- tommendatlon. llftiruinont fur Admiral Miller. New Tork, Nov. 21. — Hear Admlra Joseph N. Miller, who hoisted the American Hag ov«r Hawaii Aug. 12 last will be retired Tuesday, after spending over forty-Beven years In active service. Of this about twenty years have been passed afloat. Admiral Miller wll mol<e New York his home. Urynn'n I,eave Kxfnmled. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 21.— Colonel Will- lain J. Bryan has been granted an additional ten days' leave of absence 01 account of continued 111 health. Change of climate resulted In a Blight attack of malaria fever. RACE CAl'SKO SHHMVKECK. Survivors of the Atlanta ISlume tier -Cap- tuin fur DID JJIsailcr. Portland, Or., Nov. Zl.-One o£ the survivors of the Ill-futed Atlanta claims that the wreck was due to the carelcH.stiesH of the captain, who pale for his folly with Ills life. They were raclnjr with another vessel, and were keeping closer In shore In order to get the advantage of the wind In tacking and to make a short cut to hea'.l the other vessel off. They cume close In shore, and, not seeing the light at Cape Foul Weather, steered ahead until they struck the reef about four miles below Alsea bay and about one mile and a half from shore with such terrific force as to snap the masts off like toothpicks, carrying the rigging everywhere with It. Two of the survivors, after reaching land, made their way to a cabin, and, awakening the occupants, started them In all directions for help. The farmers were Very slow In notifying the life-saving station at South beach, twenty miles away, and they did not reach the wreck for ten hours after It occurred. KxploHlon of Nnlural Gas. Portland, Ind., Nov. 21.— The residence of N. B. Hawkins, cashier of the Citizens' bank of this city, was totally wrecked at 1 o'clock In the morning by an explosion of natural gas in the kitchen, which came with such force that the house was almost torn to pieces and all Portland aroused by the jxplosion. The family, five In number, had a miraculous escape, none being Injured.' The hired girl was gone for the night, or she would probably have been killed. Windows In a number of neighboring houses were crushed In. Hawkins' loss will be quite heavy. uhe i'Uonaaiid Dollar* IttUnlng. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 21. — A postofflce robbery and forgery In which Jl.OOO Is Involved has occurred somewhere between New York city and Lexington. John E. Madden, the noted horseman, a tew days ago, wired his wife from New York that on a certain date he would send that amount In a registered letter. When she called for the same she found that the latter had evidently been tampered with and containing two Blips of paper. The government officials lave been notified and detectives put on the case. It Is likely that the robbery occurred in New York. Woman Caused Hi* Itulu. New York, Nov. 21. — A Chlcagoan riving the name of Hobert Gordon Har- ,'ey, but whose real name is W. H. Hoppe, is under bonds of $10,000 here to answer acharge of passing worthless chocks. Hoppe's father died recently, caving him a legacy of $20,000 In cash, which In eighteen months he squandered In the "tenderloin" district. When he war broke* out he Joined the Fourth United Slates artillery, lie became In- 'utuated with Nan King, whom he met vblle In camp, niul It Is fur her, It is alleged, he used fraudulent checks. Dr.. Nniivy Uullluitl llraiiKlit Hunk. New York, Nov. 21.— On board the ?uniu'i! line steamer l.ueanhi which ar•Ived here from Liverpool and Qui-enH- ou'ii, WUH Dr. Nancy Uullfonl, Ihe Connecll'Hit mid-wife, u prisoner In cus- ody. Mis. (iiillfurd was on deck when he Htfainer reached quarantine. Hhti Save not the slightest trouble during IIP vi'yuK'*. ni'ltlivr has nhe made any ilutiMiii'iil or I'unfi.'Hslon. She appeared unxloim to n-ai'li home to »ec IKT fa in- ly. _ ............... _________________ Trul n lliilibor Shot unil Klllnl. Bun llernurdlnii, I'al., Nov. 21.— Tin vi-sl-buuiid overland piiKHengiT train s liifld m i by four robbi-rn about 1 lock In Hi'! morning, bi-twi-cn U»tr- giUt and Iliiriitow. Hxprt'HH Mi'SHiMiKer liitchltiHiin drove them olY with liuek- bot und the tnil n pulled out for Lug itKt'lvH. At Itiii'Hluw tiiif li-iiluiiifii i- ill u IIOHHC buck to the Hrcnr uf the lold-up, \vluTt> the body of one of the ubln-1'H wax found perforated with shot. California Fruit hhlpuu'iilH. Han KriUK'lHcu, Nov. 21.--- Deciduous rult Hlili'inuiitti from California to thu astern murkrlN Iwvu iil-out rcawil for HUf. Thi' loliil HhlpiiU'lltit for the Henn to date amount to 4,850 cars, us iilHKt MOO earn for liiril m-iimm. Tlilx B u fulling off of DM carH. It IH cull- HiiU'd that Die riilBln n)il|»m-i)tH" will .mount to 4,000 cum, and thut thu irune crop uriii drli'd fruit shipments /111 each ittjgrcisute about the Hume. Dr.Bull's Cute* pleuriiy «nd pwu> monta In a wonderfully •boft Urn*. It promptly allays lailammallon of th» lungs. Fpf tore lungs ttiilnvaJutU*. Learns of Oaoialon of tho Court of Cassation. UPROAR IX FllKJiCH DEPUTIES. M. I.anlon Vltforomlv AIUi-k« (lie Govarn- jjient Willed C»ll» Forth Indignant Pro- tefttA from tlic Blnjorlty — I*rflal«lont Faure Confer* Upon tlte QttiMMt Uojxent of Spain the tlrnnd Ordur of tlm Legion of Honor. Paris, Nov. 21.—-Ex-Coutaln Dreyfus has been odlclally Informed of the decision of the court of cassation to order a revision of his trial. The telegram stating that Dreyfus had been ofllclal- WHERB DRPJYFU8 13 CONFINED, ly notified of the action of the court of cassation In the matter of revision of his trial came from the governor of French Guiana. No particulars were given as to how the prisoner received the news. Trouljjo In the I)i*|Hitlen.. There was a noisy sceVe In the chamber of deputies during Mj Lasles' Interpellation of the proposed government measures to maintain the Inviolability of the contents of the package of secret documents in (he Dreyfus case, which are understood to affect the national defense. The premier, M. Dupny, recalled the recent ministerial statement on the subject, adding that the chamber could depend upon the vigilance ol the government In the matter under debate, which he moved be a.1Journcd for a month, amid loud applause and protest from the extreme left. M. Lasles vehemently attack-id the government and the magistracy, which called forth Indignant protests from the majority ol the house. He accused the government of failure to enforce respect for the national honor; but, arnld great tumult, M. Dupuy's motion was adopted. PAUKK Kl/l'CKNS THK FAVOK. Confer* nit Order Upon the Queen Regent of Spain. Madrid, Nov. 21.— The Spanish government has received dispatches from Senor Monteros, president of the Spanish peace commission of Spain at aPrls, detailing the Investure of President Faure with the Order of the Golden Fleece, bestowed upon him by the queen regent and giving further particulars regarding the peace negotiations. President Faure has conferred the Grand Cordon of the Legion of Legion of Honor on the queen regent. An official dispatch from Hollo says the situation in the Visayas Islands Is less grave "than alleged. The Insurgent' attack on Hollo is denied. According to the government officials here, there Is no truth In the report that certain prelates are conspiring against the Spanish government. Count von Radowitz, the German ambassador, has officially notified the Spanish government that Emperor William has abandoned his Intended visit to Spanish ports, "owing to the change In temperature in the Mediterranean." Amassing After ox-King Slllau. London, Nov. 21.— A special dispatch from Bucharest says two attempts have keen made recently upon the life of ex- King Milan of Servio. The first, It appears, was on a train between Kragu- Jevez and Nlsch. A number of peasants attacked the former king's car with pistols and stones. They smashed the windows and wounded some of the members of his suite. Later, at Nlsch, a man dressed as a student and armed with a revolver, entered Milan's bedroom, but was arrested before he could attack the ex-king. Prediction Regarding Great lirltalo. Paris, Nov. 21.-- /The Rappel.ln threatening Great Britain with French hostility, In the future, says: "The blunders of Great Britain in the Fashoda question have Irritated Europe and have excited the appetite of the United States. England and America can scarcely continue to agree. Canada Is very tempting after Cuba, and then Jamaica, British Guiana and the Cape. A decade hence, Great Britain will be caught between Europe and the United States and that day will be Great Britain's death." Protcgt AffulnBt Corea'a Order. Yokohama, Nov. 21.— A dispatch from Seoul, capital of Corea, says the American, British and Japanese ministers there have protested against the action of the Cororin government In Issuing orders that foreigners ure to be stopped from trading In the Interior. TBE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS la duo not only to thu oi-i^inallly and simplicity of tho combination, but also to tho care and skill with which it La manufactured by scientific proaestieg known to tho OAUPOUNIA. Fio SVKUP Co. oaly, sod we wish to Impress upon nil tho importance of purchutiiiw the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Flga IB manufactured by tho CALIFOHNIA Fia SVIIUP Co. only, a knowledge of Unit fact will assist ono in avoiding tho worthless Imitations manufactured by other par* tips, The high standing- of tho CAI.I- FOHNIA, Fia Kvitui- Co. with tho inudl- cul profession, and thu satisfaction which the genuine Wyrup of Flgn has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty ot the excellence of Its remedy. It Is fur In advance of all other laxatives, as It oote on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to gut its beneficial effects, please remember tho uame of the Company— CALIFORNIA PIC SYRUP CO. •AN riuMouce, c»i MUUTIIJA Kir. HEW TWUC. M. Y. Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. It creeps Its way along. First, you think it Is a little cold; nothing trot a tittle hacking cough ; then a little loss In weight: then a harder cough; then the fever and the night sweats. The suddenness conies when you hare a hemorrhage. Better stop the disease while It Is yet creeping. You can do It with Cherry Pectoral You first notice that you cough less. The pressure on the chest is lifted. That feeling .of suffocation Is removed. A cure is hastened by placingone of Dr. Ayer's. Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A Book Froe. It is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. WfUa urn Frfffy. It you have any complaint whiterwr And desire the beat iDcillcnl advice you , can posklbly receive, write the dootorl I freely. You will receive apromptreply.l wltbnut coat. Addrea*. i DR. J. 0. AY EH, Lowell, Halt. li.x-l.»r<l Mayor of London Dend. London, Nov. 21.—Sir Stuart Knlll head of the firm of John Knlll & Co. and lord mayor of London during- the year 1S92-D3, Is dead. He was born in J824. ._ Pinned Retweeti Engine and Tender. Prescott, A. T., Nov. 19.—A fata! wreck occurred yesterday on the Santa Fe, Phoenix and Prescott, a train being derailed. Watchman Hanks was plnneO between the engine and tender apd killed. Engineer Clements, Fireman Rellly and Brakeman Merrill were seriously injured. \Vl8conain'» Battleship Train. Mtlwauke, Nov. 21.—The paJatlal Wisconsin battleship train which will carry the christening party to San Francisco arrived at Marinotte at ] o'clock and left over the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad at 2 p. m. Death of a Veteran Pilot. Keokuk, la., Nov. 21.—Captain Albert Wempner, pilot on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers for the last forty-five years, died yesterday. He was born In Prussia 64 years ago, the son of the Baroness Charlotte von Ende. ueatli Vir an A^od J'rlest, Pittsburg, Nov. 21.—Rev. Father Luke BaudlnciH, the oldest priest In the American province of the Passlon- 1st Order, died at St. Paul's monastery here atter a lingering illness. Father Baudlnelll was a member of the order tUty-two years. The interment will take place in the monastery cemetery. Requisition fur Ex-Mayor Macgown. Harrlsburg, Pa., Nov. 21.—The governor ot Ohio has made requisition on Governor Hastings for Frank Macgown, ex-mayor of Trenton, N. J., who wanted In Cleveland for child abduction. Ills counsel has protested and a hearing on the requisition will bf fixed. Macgown Is in custody at Erie. Oliver Clement, need 18, of Popular Blurf, Mo., has married Mrs. Hannah nicGlnnls, aged SO. She was his step mother's stepmother. Lincoln Eaton, clerk of Franklin township, Cnss county, la., Is missing. Ills books Indicate thut he is short $460 In his accounts. Creditors are to wind up the affairs of H. H. Coho & Co., dealers In electrical supplies nt New York. The liabilities are $GU,ono and the assets J40.000. The nntluniit fraternal congress which has been In session In Baltimore, has adjourned to moot In Chicago in August of next ycur. California mine owners assert the gold output of the state Is being curtailed 50 per cunt, by the drought. ELY'S CltEAM I1AI.M U apoaltlveoure. Apply luto the noatrlla, H la quickly absorbed. N ccnU al UniKglaU «r t>r mall; tamplM UK-, bj null. KLT mtOTllKHS. U Warren HU New York Cltr. PlLlS nul *ud Only Genuine. . lwij* n-iUbl*. IAIMC. MK ' • ^ I,U, ...... Jlrn.it, iNtf«reu4 lukKUv* T Al UraulMs, flr Mo4 4* lUUri, tMUtMAUU ««• if lour. l>; ntmm al>l>. *JW rtt*. lU4U.. Hlra llf.«.l(.» Tp» fflotf s jNerverlne Pills Thf gre«( remedy foi nervous pros(ration and all nervout dixastsof the generative o^ gam of either KX, such a» Nervou* Prostration, Filling 01 ott Manhood, Impotency, Nlglitly Emli. »ion«, Youthful Erron, Mental worry, ex- icttive UK of Tolucco or Opium, which cad to 'Comumption and Insanity. JJ.OP Mr box by malli 6 boxes (or $5.00. fom CHEMICAL CO., Prop i, Clsralaul, Ohio, For Mle by B. B. Wyea. Ho well's Carpet House has some fine new patterns in Carpets, just the latest things out, and the prettiest to be had. Rugs of all kinds, Linoleums, Oil-Cloths and all kinds of seasonable household goods we can show. Orders for Carpets should be sent in at once to insure prompt delivery. A. J. HOWELL, 117 West Third Street Electric Power. We are prepared to contract for Electric Power "at Low Rates. If you know of any manufactrer who s seeking location ask him to correspond with us. Electric Motors can be used for running Elevators; operating all kinds of machinery; pumping water; in] fact any mechanical application. call on us for r*l ^ ^.J.^5 Electric Incandescent Lights, Arc Power. Telephone 93. We Have an Elegant Line; of WINTER SUITINGS- for you to select. Also a handsome line of Men's Furnishings In Latest Styles. \ , Jf; If? 1 "^ Y ~"VW ' '-i ^ * £*•! 203 West Third Street. Fire and Water-Proof I't j ROOFS^ Gravel a Composition ROOFING MATERIALS Hanolnoturea t>T JOHN M. SELLERS, of c i. Louis, Who hu lately rooted the following bulldl ^outhern Hotel, New PlsAteis' HOOM, L« ors'Totatooo Wareaoaic, tnd Ltmp'i Bnw<r>, lie oheipest ud but not* mr P« «• ulldlng. Drop t poiUl to 01 0*11 on E. C. MACK, Co -ner Shields and Rozze Streets Now is the time to Subscribe One Year, - $4 OO 1O Cents a Copy HARPER'S WEEKLY during 1899 will contain complete, concise, and accurate accounts of all noteworthy and interesting occurrences as they transpire in our own and in foreign lands. Eminent men of letters and distinguished artists will contribute to its columns, and its readers will have the most impartial and the best PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE YEAR • During 1899 HARPER'S WEEKLY will be especially rich in fiction, containing serial stories from the pen of H. Q. Wells, author of "The War of the Worlds"; "The Conspirators," by Robert W. Chambers; a romance of De Solo's last voyage, by 0. S. Van ZHe, and short fiction by authors of international lame. Articles by special correspondents in our new possessions — Manila, Honolulu, Cuba, and Puerto Rico, with other interesting matter, will fill the space left by contemporary events. Trial Subscription, Four 25c. HARPER it BROTHERS Square, Hew York

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page