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November 23, 1898

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

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• r " • "ivr ifTtr"'riiii[Qij ;p^«fa^^yjgyyftai||iJi*H^»aiiijiiUH»M ™ -T?*r^T?!gg:'' a ^5?SB!r*fg*!y <l ' ll "^ > '* > "iltiiiiii > ji ) ^ /f*"* 1 " "•'' '""•' • * * •""' " ; " : J • - 1 -----"' ,.. ___ __ ,,____,__„ . . . , _~~" ""~~" ' ' ' ' : ~~ «~-™ JJL " "" ----- 1 ---'- —' • - * "*" I To Business Men: Let the Telegraph 5how What it Can do to Bring Customers to Your 5tore and Bigger Balance to Your Bank Account the Song of (he Crttfle. , , -iMWhlffh.- There's n «wrct llttlr cm (111' hiltlR n)i In thf «ky; A dear liiilc life Hint it ••oinlng Io1ilt-w ; wo pofl clinbhy Immta llmt will iKrt nn<"t en rcw; pure litilc soul wlnif- IIIR down from above; A dnrlitifr to care for. • the baby to low. dsj« when Bvc ninnecl It was written tllnt tti»therlt<io<l after be nc- 6ampan led with pain and Borrow; but thin curse upon our fore- parents has Been lightened more nnd more as mankind have Icarn- 1 cd to Hue superior to granny of tltelr sins and mistake!). / One of lite grandest nRencics which en- tightened Science lias discovered lo relieve Motherhood from excessive sufferitifr is the "favorite Prescription" devised h^ Of. NEW STEAM TUIiBINE ELISHA SEYMOUR'S INVENTION TO SPEED TRAINS AND STEAMERS. <hl-niro Inventor Think* lie linn ^olvril flic Pruhloiti of Krnn*»ml<'nl- ly 1'NlttM: 3trnm—K<rv4»n Ai1vnnlnH<*N of Illi Device Set I'urOi. . V. 1'terce, chief consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y. This wonderful "Prescription " imbues the entire nervous system .with natural, healthy vitality; gives . clastic viflror to the delicate organism ape.( cially concerned in motherhood; renders the prospective mother strong and cheerful • mid maker, the Coming of baby entirely free from danger and almost free from pain. The delighted gratitude of Mrs. I'carl :Walton, pf Alvo, Cass Co., Neb., will find '•• an echo in the heart of every expectant ^Mother; • f. "Previous to the birth of my r'llld." writes Mrs. Wnlton, "1 had no nppetltc, wns sick ni my gtomrich, had hcadnche, couM Mot re.it tit nlglil, rtriltlcly worn mil in every way. I com- In use Dr. Plcrcc's I'avonte I'retcrlntlon altd Itcgnn tn improve ri^ht nwny. 1 iiwii two bottles of tliis srrcnl nu-ilicinf.' nml felt liken new • person. At llic inne of confiiKMiicut I wn* In .labor but a liltlc while and I owe it all to Hint great remedy—Dr. Herce'a Favorite PrcBcrlp- Uon. 1 ' Pr. jPieree'ii Pellet* cure constipation. ; FOR SALE. i The Dr. Hardy property corner 5th and Alby a; »t». Lot 120H20 foef with 2 dwellings. , * A 4-room drolling on Ea«eon street bat, 10th s ; and Hth eta. Lot 4Sii20 foot. Price $700. the rouidnneo of Qco. Klrach on Belle street; roomsAtiJbath rooms ln good re air. — (0-rootE residence of S. It, Nichols 01 ngdonst. tot 70x170 feet. A flno loostlon. _... -Aflne8-room dwelling (nearly new) wlthb«Ui S: room i heated by furnace; In MldAletown. °f iTiv;: This One lot of David Doylo on Bluff street "• gjrlth 4-room brlek dwelling. TboJ. M. Tonnor homestead containing about 42^tcres; fine ID room dwortlngjfrult of ulklnd. v,. _ Some One lota on Bluff street with brlok p«v- f.'. ;lng and sewer; no grading, In T. L, Foulds add "*" "SvASfl* 8-room brlok dwelling, Seated with "team. Lot 120x120 feet; flue fruit; b»lf block ™tim Henry street. ? A desirable residence on Prospect street with rooms. Heath with furnace. Lot DO feet on prospect street. ; it jtt« property on thenorth tide ot Second jet. wast of Langdon street. dwelling wjth lot 120x135 feet; fine sores of 2 blocks :: lilt. One of tbe finest loostlun In Middle Alton -'ISA 9-room dwelling with about • tK? - Fine fruit and shade trees. i street between USth ;;?A two slorr brlok store and dwelling and s two story brlok dwelling on same lot corner of ,v- Tnd and vine sts. A good Investment. :j;'« Bne lots on «th street near Mr. Qantang : ,'»»sldenoe. t;:> The floe double dwelling of Mr. R. OarsUng, /'nested by steam with modern Improvements. u'.i A Tory desirable 8-room brick dwelling, 81V : •Belle Itreet, with sll modern Improvements. K' r -The PUsa Foundry, everything complete! In- ^>iidlng 10 lots; switch connection with 0, 4 A t : ?" Alton Novelty Mfg. Co. property on M street, ;" noludlni; < lota, Mine lots In Highland P»rk, each 70 by about Aslirooni dwelling on State street. Prloi 1,000, i/:; :,A Rood 8-room Swelling on Second street. 's'-Sfwo.flne lots on Alby street; ?-,- The double brlok dwelling, corner Thtrn toe , .': : Alby streets, one of the Onost locations In Alter fe ; '> < A good 7-room dwelling; good lot and flm *"•"-.?«» flew, A new ten room dwelling In Upper Alton, gooi @^A'800^1ottOzlvcfeeton Easton street. ", A good brlok dwelling with avt lots In Mlddle- i.town. Convenient to motor tine location. / •: good Investment *" TOe flne residence ot Albort Wade onBellt ' tt, with to rooms and finished attlo, bat). »ash rooms. Good oollsr. aas and water ~ i and oarrlsge house. tot 85 feet front. sale or rent, other desirable property noi ibrltk dwelling on William street. ' PrtoB, ntO. A Broom dwelling with a good lots on Filth a rtet, east of Ridge street. Price. 11.900, • -ood 8 room brick dwelling with a lots on - ^*X good 7 room dwelling with flne rfVervlr<w, heated by hot water. FOR RENT, V Tba two story brlok dwelling with 8 rooms,on Bellevlew avenue now occupied by J. Moulton. .,•• AO-room dwelling on Ord street with bath { room with modern futures, ; A Mew (tore room and two 4-room tonaments »lth bati room; 2nd street near Cherry The t. 3. Clatvson homestead In Upper Alton ~'"i 10 rooms, barn and garden, now occupied "r, Quo. Lovls. PoiBooslon given by July 1. Occnpylug n rllngy corner of an tin- prfteiitioiis liltln fotiiidry In CliicnRn is a small pcrfocto.d turbine rotary c>iiKii>o. It Is a product of thn liiventivn genius of Kllslin Soyniour, n wliito liniroil Chi- ongnnn, 7D yonrfl old. If all thnt in oliiimwl for tliii invention In trne, it will murk n revolution In mechanicfl unrivaled nines the iidvent of (lie Htonm engine. "In tho fact)of (liousaudgof fntilo tit- tempts nt a Bticcessfiil rotary filniuo by atigltiecn iu nv«.-ry pnrt of tho world," «tti'' Mr. Heymonr (ho other tiny, "with (ho patent ofllco ut WiisbiUBloii alono nla«Klfyin« upward of flOO models olm- ing nt Ibo wutiB m.'hievcmt'Ut, nmlin- cournK':'! liy thu at-.^crlifiiiH of fniuntidc men, our turliino wheel engino, tefltod by every trial of prncticnl ineclianics, IISH bfton Bnccesfifnlly evolved. "Woholtltmt the promis« of n 10 hour trip from ChicnKo to Now York bohlud a locomotive equipped wilh rotary engine po\v«r nnd nn ocean voyugo aboard n greyhound whoso propollern will annihilate, distance nt anywhere, from 25 to 40 knntfi an boor. ArnmgcjiuontH for demonatration on rail and wntoi tiro now lioiiiK porfectcd." Mr. Seymour dealaies thnt tho great nlms of n rotary eiigiuo iu nil particulars aro runlizc.d iu hix invnntion beyond all doubt. Soveu distitictivo fea- luros of advantage over tbo oommou stylo of rociprooating engine arc named, oouHtitntiug tho ptiints of improvement at which nil modern cuginacouHtrQctora liavo aimed. Tboy aro: FirHt,—Absolute, control of tho utoam power by cat oil's and valves. Second.—Minimum of gpnco occupied, both for engine und boiler. Third.—Minimum of cast of manufacture. Fourth.—Minimum of stontn nocoe- aary to develop a given amount of power. Fifth.—Minimum of friction nnd wear and avofdiug dead working parts. Sixth. — Intcrohnngcnbility of its eight Himplo working parts. Seventh.—Regulation of speed, nt maximum or minimum, withoat Ifies ol power or sacrifice of durability. Air. Soymoor has two working models in tho little Wont-Side foundry. The smaller wheel bears a cylinder 8 by 0 iuohos, and oconpjos with all equipment leas than a square foot of floor space. In daily operation, for tho benefit of interested visitor's, is a dynamo, built for operation* by a 40 horsepower engine, which is sent buzzing with noiseless rapidity by the little bundle of power u few foot uwny, eo insigniQ- oane that one might almost stumble against it unnoticed. A larger wheel, •with cylinder 10 by 24 iuuhos, bat identical with the omnllcL' model, occupies three square foot of spaoe. This model has duinonstnitcd a capacity of 100 horsepower. Sptiukiug of the incentives which have evolved his pngiuo, Air. Soymonr said: "In 18BI, while in tho Adirondack! for tny health, I took tbo notion to. build a sample wheel after my own ideas, based on tho turbine idctt. I have constructed eight different wheels, bat not until u few weeks ago did I complete tho perfect one. Its adaptability to battleships at once suggests itself, permitting buildurs of war vessels to devote to armor and armament tho extra woight thitt lias oat bttoti possible before beoatiKo of tho heavy machinery. "I may couiruHt tho general idea of the engine to the Parsons turbine mu- ouluw, which is the propelling power for tho famous Turbiniu. Tho Parsons engine has not been perfected so as to permit tho reversing of tbo Turbinin without a separata set of engines for tho express purpose, while the Soyuionr wiieol accomplishes forward aud rovers- ing motion with equal ease." Mr. Seymour ia u nutivu of Sknnent- elan, Onoudngn county, N. Y. Ho tus made his home in Chicago for uaauy years.—Chicago Heuorcl. What Shall We Do? A nerioufl nnd dangerous disease prevails In this country, dangeroui) ,_ of'Cfluse so deceptive. I (.comfit on so ~ slowly yet surely that It is often firmly Heated before we are aware of It The name of this dlspase which may be divided Into three distinct ntagep Is first, Kidney (rouble, indicated by p»ln In the back, rheumatism, Inm- be go, frequent desire to urinntp, often with a burning formation, the flow of urine being copious or scant with strong odor. If allowed to advance, this reaches the second dago, or Bladder trouble, with heavy pain In the abdomen low down between the imvnl and the water passage, Increasing desire to urinate, with scalding sensation In passing, small quantities being passed with difficulty, sometimes necessary to draw ft with Instruments If uric acid or gravel In a formed It will prove (l.irigorous If neglected. The third stago Is Bright's disease. There la comfort—ft knowing that Dr. Ktlmer, the great kidney and bladder specialist, has discovered a remedy famous for Its m.irvelous euros of the most distressing caani and known as Dr. Kilmer's Mwamp Root. It Is sold by all druggists. AH a proof of tbe wonderful virtues of this great discovery, 8wamp Root, a sample bottle and book of valuable information will be sent absolutely free by mail on application to Dr. Kilmer & Oo,, Blngbamton, N. Y. When [writing kindly mention that you road this liberal offer In the TKLKCIIIAPH. JS ABANDONED Impossible to Save the Wrecked Spanish Warship. NATIVES LOOTING THE VESSEL. KverylliJng Mnvnljlo Ifn* Heen Tnken Avvny Itud Miirh or tlio Urn** Work Hint Copper Ifarkrtl OlValul SRcrettnl in tlin HiiKlt To lit. Itci!illzf!<l Upon liereiiltfir—> 60(1111 IVirlloriM of flic Miip*H 8tores Sent lo NIMMIU by n Lucal Ofliclnl. Nafsau, N. P., Nov. 23.—The Merrltt- Chapmiin wrecking- tug Mcrrltt nr- rlvwl hi-re. from Cat Island, whither she went to make an examination of the stranded cTUlner Infanta Maria Teresa ShR broke her propeller just after she entered the harbor-. The United StateH rc-iialr ship Vulcan, which also went to Cat Islnml to aid if possible in Bav- \ng the cTiilHer, haa started on her return to Norfolk. The officers and experts who were charged with examining the wreck of the cruiser have decided that It would lie useless to attempt to saw her, and she has therefore been abandoned to be pounded to pieces by the Hen. NATtVKS LOOT THK VKSSKL. Take All Hindu or ltl»k« to Secure the FLIES CAPTURE A SHIP. REAL ESTATE, sL'RANCE, aad LOAN A OEM IRQOM 15, P. o. BUILDING. FOR 8ALBJ I building lot Mi HO on Liberty stroot i Grove and Franklin, (orfJOO. e term B mllos south of Brighton, cultivation, one-half good pasture, A bargain. . rot Third and George streets. im dwelling houio with large lot on ftnwt WBtE ot Twain* itreet. ty* Jrsa* ^^"JL N °- •?> •»•• , forWaoo. Lot 00X120. Good street irame dwelling bouse and another •e, all on onelot In good location own. R«nt« for«8per month: rj-rpom residence on State street on jxlOSongak street between the .. llg four R. R, tracks, suitable tor or «*nufaoturtDg purpones. Don esstside of Alton street, bet. • farmln'jorBey county, halt mile itatlOB by rail or river, le bualnesa property, corner 2nd - -'- , on ea*y term*. m* t/ itdenod, now and •! nenU, situated on Fourth it,, buildings Deal w». They Hold Swuy Fivo Da>-», and tlie Cren- Aro fearfully lllttoi). The Britith stcnuiship Kunsington, Bngar Indou, from Bouriibuyu, n port iu Java, whJJe lu tho Juiliau ocean ran into a vast fluid of seaweed. These weeds woro tbo boiae of a large uud voraoiou* npuoles of tbe dragon liy. Attracted by the lumen at tho sugar tho tllau awarm- ed upon tbo decks in rullllona. TbousnndB of tbwn pouetratod tho hold and foustod upon thu sugar. Tbou- Bauds woro upon tbo dookg poking to gut below. Big onough to do mischief, they got BUVUJJO and nttuokod tho oruw. Qaptoiu Laagwoll hud U3 meu, uud they bud tbu battle of tholr liven. The Uiea could not bo driven off. Their bites woro eouiothitig uwful, Captain Langwell suld, uud it was not long before the body of ouuh niau of tbe crow vrus u MUSH of blood. Tbia terrihlu puat of fliea lasted for five days. Thou far up to the sky the desperate Bailors saw a flook of birds circling. There was a mighty anuy of boatswaia birds, the deadly foe of tbe dragon By ot tho Indian ovesa. Upou tbe pest tbeso birds ohletly subsist. They had scented their uuoient enemy, and juet aa tbe utuumor was direatly uudor them they swooped dowti. These blids of tho tea resemble a dove, but are many times larger. They have long tails and sharp beaks. Agaiust the crew's timely rosouurs tbe flies had no ohauoe. They were eat- eu by tbe boatswains aa qulokly us a flook of barnyard fowl dispose of their daily meal of oofu, uud soon there wuro not enough of tbe llius to cuuso farther trouble, From skipper dowu to aablu boy ali bear traces of their torriblo ex- porlouee with the vicious dragon fly. — Bptigial Mew York World. Mobbed theorave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver, of Pbilldelphla, w«w th Bubjeot. (a narrated by him aa follows "I waa In a moat dreadful condition My skia woe almost yellow, eye* sunken, tongue coated, pain oontlnu ally in back and sides, no appetite— grftdually growing weaker day by day Three pbyslclans toad given me up fortunately.* Mend advtaed trying BltterB," and to roygrea" «od surprise, the first bottle made Ud improvement. I continued lefor three weekn|and, am now ,,,auui. I know tney aaved my Md robbed the grave of another '- one eEpuld (tjilo per bottle at tutor Nns.sau. N. P., Nov. 23.—The cable- grains sent up to date have given an outline o£ the case of the Spanish, cruiser Maria Teresa, which went ashore In a heavy gale at Bird Point, Cat Island, the afternoon of Nov. 3. By this first opportunity By mall details are forwarded. The Bale that sent the Teresa ashore was so heavy that she was driven far up the reefs and rests now as solid as a rock In twelve feet of water, the water Inside of her rising ana falling with the tide. She Is supposed to be bilged. A '>-ery heavy surf is pouring in on the reefs, rendering It dlfllcult to hoard her. The ship's pet, n flne, -Jurise cat remains on board and nobody win catch him. The ship's flag, which wan llyins when she stranded, a well-worn American ensign, has been brought to Nassau, and Consul McLnln Insists on keeping U at the consulate as a souvenir of tbe Spanish warship whloii BO imtlii'tlcally nought a final resting place on thu very shores where Culumbus first landed. VoMHCil Itadly Looted. The .British steamer Aatlllla returned from the wreck and reported that It was Impossible for her to accomplish anything. The surf wus HO heavy that she could not get within a quarter of a mile of the Teresu In a boat, but the surf wus so strong they could not return to the Antlllla and finally reached the shore, where they were left to return to Nassau by schooners. The ship has been badly looted by the negro natives of the vicinity, who generally believe that all wrecks are a present sent them by the Lord, lo be gratefully ac- ct-Dled ami utilized accordingly. Everything movable has been taken away, and even the temporary pine deck put on at Clunntanamo for the passage north has been cut to pieces, broken up and carried off by the Inhabitants, to be utilized In building cabins and In repairing- old ones. Much of the brass work and copper has been hacked off nnd secreted In the bush to be realized upon hereafter. Take All Soru of Kink*. The provisions were eagerly seized, the reckless natives, who are like ducks- In swimming, taking all Boris of risks In their quest for plunder. Certain portions nf the ship's stores, ouch as heavy hawsers, ropes, machinery, canned provisions, etc., were tuken off by a local olllclal and forwarded to Nassau by small sehooiiprs. This official, It is but fair to suy, did all ho could to prevent the looting, but did not succeed to any trceat extent. Immediately upon the arrival of these articles at Nassau they were token possession of by the marshal of the vice admiralty court, on tho ground that thu ship and contents were derelicts and HO belonged to the colonial authorities. The American consul, All'. Alfl.uln. notified the marshal that he considered the articles saved to be the jiruperly of the H/ilted States gnv- ernmeiil, nnd liat he should at the proper time request that they be released and handed over to him. The ciueutlon of ownership, thus raised, Is not likely to be Nettled at once. Hemarkable Heicue, Mra. Mlohael Ourtalq, PlalnfleW, III., wakes Hie statement that she caught cold, which settled on her lung*: she was treated for a month by her fatnl- ! y iJ 1 ! )J ' 8lo , lai) ' but 8 rew worse. He told her she was a helpless victim of oomwmptlon and no medicine ooulil cure her. Her drugglrt aaggeeted Dr. Klog'a New Discovery for Consumption; she bought s bottle aad to her delight found herself benefited from tbe tlratdose. She continued Ita uee and after taking clz botllus, foand newelf sound and well, now does her own housework and is A3 well »a 'lie ever way. Free trUl bottles of tbw Orvnt Discovery at E. Maran'e draff store, large bottlea Mo and »1. 9(oo, Or. E. Doichon'* Anti-Diuretic May be worth to you more than f 100 if yon have a child who soils bedding from incontinence of water durlni sleep. Cures old and young alike. To Ilni* AnipflcftM RntMim-n. WftKhln.Kt'iri. Nnv. 2.1.—The nttontlon • f (he AtiRlo-AnuTl'-nn rummlKslon hnf li*'"M drawn liy (lie MnmjffH'tm'erp' ns* Biiclntlun of Canniln t" the i-pcent rul- IriKf 'if the rtiltvl Sialfs bureau of Im- tnlHrntlon Hull the eoininevr Inl trnvel- t'Tf «t Cami'lii fill I within the restrictions of the iillen liilior ln\v nnd that (hey uinrrol rriM-y (in their uork on this <U'.k' "f the doider. In hrlfitfltiR tho mat- IIT liefnre the Aiigl'i-Amcrlran rominls- Plon the st:it'Tii<'iit Is niiide that If thin eounliy liitendM to exclude Canadian snl'-smen It will !>r> neceopory to re- Inllnte hy exi ludlnp: American salesmen from Canada. line T;>« In A lit n f.llirarjr, Nile?. Mleli.. Nov. M.-Ttu> r.nrlfps' Ufowry n«pne|tit|nn of routine hns n free puhlle library. The rissmt Intlon lias petitioned (he (ommon council to assign to It the <IOK tnx, find the lailles offer to do the eolleetliiK. There nre about 2,000 (loss In I'niillnr, ,'iml PCI far the oily iiulhorltieH have been able to col- led only 1100. The ladles promise, If the duty Is npslKii' 1 '! to them, to make every man who owns n rtnir pay a tax. The nlderuien look \vllh favor upon the projwt, which will plvi> the city what It has needed, a free public library. Waldorf-A«h,i hi Hotel Sued. New York. N'nv. 2.1.—O.i mopes to the extent of $:,i> 000 are nsltril by Mlas Uzzie C. IVrelva!. a buyer fur the dry Bonds firm of (.'arson, PlrlP, Soott & Co., Chicago, (iff.'iliiRl Mr. f.Joiirjte C. Uoldt, manaKer of the \V;il<lorf-.\Ktorlrv hotel, for ejt'ctntent. In a suit which she has boBun. Miss Pcrcivnl was ft patron of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel for only four days. M|HH I'ereival nlleK' 1 ^ she was abused by the hotel detectives; false clitirgi'K u-ere nin<)<* ugnlrmt her, and finally she was forced to leave the hotel at '2 o'clock In tho movnlnR and seek shelter In the lUickiiiKham hotel. llnhy Dcud nml Mother Uyinjr. Poorlu, Ills., Nov. 23.—Mrs. John C. Smith went calllntr, leaving her 10 montiiH' old baby boy tied to a high c.halr to h» cared fur by a brother, 4 years old, iinrl a sls'er, 2 years old. During her absence the house-caught fire nnd (he baby WP.H burned to death. The mother returned while the home was blazing. Donplte efforts to restrain her, she ran Into the house and was probably fatally burned. Span lull AmliiiMuilor Hurt. Paris, Nov. 23.—Senor I,eon y Castillo, the Spanish ambassador to Prance, was severely injured In a runaway accident. The ambassador was driving In the Champs Elysce, when the horses draw- In),' his carriage became frightened and bolted. The coachman was thrown from his seat and the ambassador finally jumped out of the rapidly moving- carriage, hurting- himself painfully and seriously in his fail. So ranch depends upou the purity of the blood that by taking Hood's Sareeparilla many different diseases are cured. Mr. N. N. Ouburn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., waa troubled with ariame back. He was pereusdcd to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Itgave him relief in one night. This remedy la aleo famous for its cures of rheumatism. For sale by B. Marsh and S H. Wyas. How to Cure Bilious Colic. I suffered for weeks with colic and paina in my stomach caused by biliousness and had to take medicine all tbe while until I need Chamberlain's Oolio, Obolera and Diarrhea* 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 first syrop- tornn appear. Sold by E. Marsh and S H. WyB8. What do the Children Drink? Don't give them tea orcoffey. Have you tried tbe new food drink called GRAIN-O? It is delicious and nourishing and takes the Blace of coffee. The more Grain-O you give the children the more health you distribute through iheir Hystems. Orain-O la made of pure grains, and when pro* perly prepared tastes like tbe choice grades of coffee but costs abput one- balr as much. All grocers sell it. 15c and 2J5o. A Queer (?) Meulcme. Th»re is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient, or that it is a core-all. This honest medicine only claims to cure certain diseases, and that ite ingredients are recognized by tbe most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder diseases. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. Bold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Delays are Dangerous. Many of your friends, or people whom you know of have contracted consumption, pneumonia or other fatal diseases by njeglect of a simple cold or cough. Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe sure and pleasant cough medicine, would have saved them. It ia guaranteed. Sold by B. Marsh and S. H. Wjss. Inflammation Rheumatism Cured in 3 Days. Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind,, says: "My wife had iiifl.immatory rheumatism in every muscle and joint, her suffering was terrible and her body and face were swollen almost beyond recognition; had been in bed for six weeks and had eight physicians, but received no benefit until she tried the Mystic Oure for rheumatism. It gave Immediate relief and she was able to walk about In three days. I am sure it saved her'i/e.» Sold by H. We Chamberlain, Druggist, Alton. When You TaKe Cold nothing comes Iu so useful as a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-Honey. Good for children, good for everybody. A remedy you can alwavu rely upon to cure a cough, an attack of croup or other bronchial trouble. 25c at up- ta-date drug stores. Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need, suffer no longer because this great remedy can cure them all. It ft a oure for the whole world of stomach weakness and Indigestion. Tbe cure begins with the Brut dose. The relief It brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your care ia certain under the use of this great health-giving force. Pleasant and always safe. Bold by 8. H. Wyos. Delicate Children They do not complain of anything in particular. They eat enough, but keep thin and pale. They appear fairly \vell, but have no strength. You cannot say they arc really sick, and so you call them delicate. What can be done forthem ? Our answer is the same that the best physicians have been giving for a quarter of a century. Give them' Scon's Emulsion i i re-| of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo- phosphites. It has most markable nourishing power, j It gives color to the blo'od. It • * brings strength to the mus- i» cles. It adds power to the * nerves. It means robust health and vigor. Even delicate infants rapidly gain in flesh if given a small amount three or four times each day. • 5oc. and $1.00; ail druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. THE NEWS BRIEF. The flrst appolntnii-iit „( a postmaster In Alaska tin- ;i Iimif poi-knl hus been timdp, Kmunui'l N<? l-:en be ng mimed at Humdum. Sir John Fowler, who was engineer In chief of the Forth bridge, fur which services ho was crtulcil a baronet, Is deud tit London, lie was Si years old. A fire which liroke out in 5,000 Mips of cotton lying at a wharf ut Havre destroyed 2,100 bales hefo:e It was Rot under control. It Is snld that ball bear.'nffi.' were Invented by John Wyntt, an Englishman, In the year 1760. Prank Hunter Fotttr, a nephew of the Episcopal bishop of New York, Is n grand opera tenor whose stage name is Slg. Fllllpe. It Is semi-offlelally announced at Madrid that the Spanish government intends to notify the Cuban bondholders that Spain will not pay the Cuban debt, which will not be mentioned in the peace treaty. In Spain Hebrews are not permitted to erect and maintain houses of worship. They have no civil rights. lira. Mary Lehman, a pretty Paterson, N. J.. widow, 1ms sued her landlord, who is ",'> years old, for J5.000 damages because he stole a kiss from her. J. C. Keogh, formerly tax collector In Holyoke, Muss., has been arrested on the charge of embezlinu $115,000. It Is announced in Paris that a commercial treaty has been concluded between France and Italy granting mutually favored treatment except for Bilk g-oods. Ten thousand or more fishermen living on Etrup, northern Japan, are on the verse of starvation. Transportation between the Island and Bokkldo la suspended. lipfhl Trnln Rnlilmr IilKntlfli-d. rmsm-tt, ml., Nov. M.~Tht> Identity of Iho train robber killed by Kxpress (lunrd lilnkfloy In. the h.-ild-up on last Friday nVuhl h»<< been fully established. Thf :l»n(! n-,nn Is TRnntlus Klslrr. The "horlff'f PIIKS-O bus returned lo i>nn ItortiHfdino, convinoe-il that there we only two men In the hold-up. The sheriff took with him Pat Morlnrlty, the man found nt Hni-stow nfter the special nrrlvrd there. Morlnrlty was seen with F.inUir the day before the hold-up. HP will l>f rlinrKi'i] -with (HP crime. Kltittiut with n Ynlc Rtm1t>nt. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 21—Miss Ellznbeth Ve.blls of thin cits' lg misslnR «nrl so In a. VfiJp undergraduate with whom the young woman kept companv. The Klrl la pretty, nnd has been fro- iiuently to the theater 'with a Ynle sophomore who Is the son of a western millionaire and rooms nt Vnnderbllt hnll. ' Detective Henry Donnelly, who h/is the rnse In charge, refused to give the Yule man's name. Iltilfi Slop* it I'rnlrlo FJrp. Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 23.—The most disastrous prairie lire that ever rav- nsed the Indian territory has been brought to an abrupt stop by heavy rains. The tire started two weeks ago In Chlcknsaw nnd Choctaw nations, and It Is estimated that property valued at $200,000 has been destroyed. An area of soventeen-flve miles square wag burned over. J>farJI/<mr(ffr)i> Hair >'itt»e<]. London, Nov. 23.—The son of the Duke and DucbCFB of Marlboroush was christened Ivor Charles in the Chapel Royal, St. James palace. Among the sponsors were the Marquis of Londonderry and the Mnrqula of Cumden. Flro nt Itnvlnt-, Wl«. Racine, Wis., Nov. 23.—The plant of the Hnrlne Malenhlc and Wrought Iron \voi-ks bus been destroyed by fire. Loss, $100,000; lnsurrr.ee, $10,000. The women of Honolulu will furnish a Thanl'sjirlvlrjj? dinner for all the soldiers now in Honolulu. Bank Commissioner Breldenthal reports that the resources of Kansas' state nnd private banks are over $31 000.000. £** BELLS tohfe Preparation for As- andReguta- fidBoweb of ErofliwlBsDigcsHon,Chcerful- tvwsandBest.Gontalnsneitter ppiumiMorphine nor Mineral. MOTNAKCOTIC. A perfecr Remedy forConstipa- tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature of >TEW "YORK For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of The Kind Have Always Bought. GASTORIA THK OCNTAUH COMPANY, NCW rdiK otrr. BRONCHITIS Bronchitis ia very prevalent. It generally begins with a common cold, attended with cough, hoarseness, soreness of the lungs, tightness of the chest and difficulty in breathiag. If not cured, it becomes dangerous- thousands die from bronchitis annually. Dr. John W. Ball's Cough Syrup is the best remedy for this disease; it relieves the cough at once, eases expectoration, and cures in a few days. Dr.Ball's Cough Syrup Will promptly cure Branchitio. Doses nre small aim pleasant to take. Doctors recommend it. Price 25 cts. At oil drugglsta. Rouie BEST TRAINS will stop yoiircougli and cure cause !l)iiska,Montana,PugetSoun(l Sold hy all dniSBlsts or sent upon receipt of prlct 1 — £!e.. 600, mid ft per bottle by TIIE E. E. SUTHEBLAND MBOIOINB CO.. 1 J AD DC All. KIT- MTAL-MIDY I These tiny Capsules are to Balsam of Copaiba./- •. CubebsorlnjectionsandlMIDIf CURE IN 48 HOURS the tame diseases without Inconvenience. _ Sold by all itruggiilr. NO SUME>HO SKIPPERS. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TABLETS POSmVEMT CUBE A &£ y«rvcu* £H«0a«0*-~Pa(liag Mem. ory. Tin potency,8]eoDlMiinmh,ato.i canted by Abuse ana other EioeascK ana Indin. creUons. They nuicklv and cur-clu restore Lost Vlt&lltr ia cm or young, tuto flt a man for study, business T,- Jpl 2.T« nt Insanity and Ooi-_. • UlSe -% rD ^'te» i S?o^l?. ... tt aad AUt npon hAVft CUT&. ,_.—_„„„ _. pomtivfl written Bvarani or a*f and th« mbnejr. i vl l M«$|I:BJ;«O (tell tt^At WTinn the genaltm thoasands and will aura TOO. Wo _ .— . t a cam In Henry Meyers Butcher and Packer AU dealer la Freak nt Salt MMU aad Lard, utmut lactmr •( Siuaft. UtBASTSBCONO • • ALTON ILL ALTON TIME CARD PANO SUE, LAUNDRY. laundry Work Carefully and Promptly Done. NOTeltlei 01 Alto but ol Teai ted Chlneie hand, 624 Bart Second at. 306 State si Chicago & Alton. For 8prlDgfleld-*l2:ll3 am. «8:W am, «6&>pm,',»lO:05pin For Paorla— *8:4T a m, *10:05 p m. Fo re;ale by B M «h »od 8. H. kDr. WlilluniH' liidluu file kOintmoutwlll cure Ulind, 'Bleeding and Itching _»Pllcs. It ubsorbs tho tumors, __alluj'H the Itching at ouce, acts _ ••UB a'poultice, (lives Instant ro- • lief. -Dr. "Wllitams'IadlanPlle Olnt- • mentis prepared for I'llonandltcli Ing of toe private purts. Every box Is warranted. By dniftglnts, by mall on ro- P?]PAP!jerA<58-..§0 centi and Jl.OO. HENRY J. KLUNK, U. S. MXON, Architect, Superintendent Plans: and Specifications for Work Accurately Furnlahed. OFFICB;OVBl Edmund H. Blair, Real EsUrte Md losuraoce Agent. MONEY TO LOAN. Noiarr Public OFFICE MS Market >t notary fuoiic. WM AiwuR. * m'gCo. WM ARMSTRONG. Dealer la Cement, Lime and Wall Plaster Bia?%aBfi8?"' ooo * i4 - Office 107 Weit Second Street Veterinary Surgeon DR. D. M. MAKER. *O«Hr, tExeept Sunda [See joint C. 4 A, and Bi trains botween Alton and S m, *8:47 Four time Uble (or Loulo. f • e.H.flod BID FOOT: JOIDI Tine IIL% or Between Alton & St. Louis. LT. Alton For St. Lonle. Ar St. L , ez , lly....,..,., g 00ta> -Sun ...... 8 00 in 6 Warn t 83oS:::::' B !? p °# Iie=a^g5gfc:ii ; i1l5 KAK^: AAA>»»W flIEnm o»c, COR .THIRD AND PIABA HTB , AM-OH ILI T. M. LONG Civil Engineer and Surveyor Profiles and Eitlmate Purolibed. 309 Itolto strMt, Up Stalra. 616pm 840pm 910pm C. C. C. & St. L.-BIg Pour. t ass^Sr^- Granitoid Paving Co, W. &.H. BEISER, Prop's. 813 Bwt Sixth Street - Alton, III. ndi of Oranltold Burlington Route. Ut, 1888, Leave Alton 6 M am Q 710am BW) am 10 06 dm 12 80pm 12«5m txnci, When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feel sore take a dose of| and Tar, when will be at once warm, grateful ., , Alton, 111. Drnggfct, 062 Second You Can't Afford to Cbanc* It. A heavy cold rney lead to ptieumo- «,oj ooiwtimptJon, Foley'i r and Tar taken ID time *i fat p M 7«^rap u - •*J(£ >vtu nuApt Foley'a Honey the soreness relieved, a ,„ ^ .feeling and healing of the pans affected will be experienced and you will say: "It feels 10 good. It blU the spot " It U guaranteed. Bold by K. Marsh and 8. H. Wyw. [)rs. O. and H. Taphorn. PHYSICIANS AND SUROBONS. OPFIUB in M'Plke building. Cor, and and Bciton its. Phone* 138 «nd »7i. SCtWSSl.Bit,M.D HOMGOPATHIST and SUMMON OFFIOKUKD RBB'DBNCB, HOTBL MADISOh 100 ELY'S CREAM BALM U « poil Apply Into the EotWIa, AltqnJdJrulMorbed. M cento at DnuglsU or by mail ; umpfet too. br mail. KLX BKDTifltKS. M Wami BtJUewToXSttr! CASTOR IA Ppr laianti ftad Ohildren, Ito Kind You Hare Always Bo«gir Bwni tht firs. B. C. & H, R. Lemen UPPER ALTON, ILL. orricB nouRfl: i w»».mi u to i, e to i P. TBLBPMONB » 7 . % Ultrl,.*,,,, , 1P1 B j-4£ii Orltloi ML? ROBT. M. STAMPER. REAL ESTATE, Loan and Insurance Agent, ** BBLLB sneer. Monty to Lo*n on Improved Pnptny RKNT8 COLLBCTKD. Moil's Wervertne Pills remedy ntrvota pro*. (ration and ntrvout tn« •iow/VWhtul terivt UH «rf o oiuw C. S. RQHLAND, DBNTI3T, to Chas A. Strittmatter Mcrcbiot TaUor. 7«4 BA»T 8BCONP »TRB8T. wttfeM «te •{^•t* InUlMa, ui TAILOR MADE CLOTHES, ~A* MODERATE PRICES, to wrtl NEW STOCK OF GOODS 446pm 7 06 pm L«»ye St. L. 741am 82lam loao«m 300pm 609pm 551 P" 760pm (Suburb/in service) Dally Dally «-8tin ft Sunday only DaJly ez-Suo (i Dally D^Ily ex-Suu Dally ei-8un Arrive St. L 8M** 125pm 520 p v 8 10 pi, ArrlreAltoi 8 Warn Q » 18 im 1116am 1246 _ QJ 8«. )U. K. service & N. W8»t, i C. B. «. Q. (Ridge «,8tntlon) Bt. Louts-Peorla Line 18*. L. C,»Bt.P.

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