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! II Cured Her Boy. •"•"When tr>y son George was (4, he was stricken with a terrible nervous affliction. Physicians nor medicines helped him. He lost his speech, use of limbs and could hardly swallow food. Before he had finished a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine he could talk and eat well, and 5 bottles cured him. Mn. Julia O'Connor. Willis, Ttxal. ff OR. MILES' Restorative Nerwine Is sold by all druggists on guarantee, first bottle benefits <>r money back. Book on heart ami nerves sent free. Or. Mllei Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. BV TUB TELEGRAPH PRINTING COMPANY, SATURDAY EVJfi., NOV. 20. NOTICE TO ADVER1ISKRS. cortbermrlCCS we shall chargeth« f olio IT- .Eg rates for trannttnt notions In our local col- 'jnihfl MB HUE. t)lngl* Insertion,. 10 cents. ThrMtoflra losertlor* 7 cents. Six to twslreInsertions S cents. R*na or ADVERTISING. TJUmilHT.— to cents per Inch first Insertion, tod Is oents per Inch (or each subsequent Insertion, N p«r Inch flrtt month, $1.60 per Inch each month thereafter. »<UL ADTCRTIIIXO tl Mr Inch for the drat insertion, and Ml cents per InoB tor saon subsequent insertion. ON Friday a delegation of antl'ex- pansionists called on tho President to urge their views upon him. Ho listened patiently, and when tho dole- gallon wna through quietly said: "What would you do with the Philippines?" This delegation did not answer, but promised to conaidor the matter. It will bo a long time before they tend word to the President. They know that there Is but one answer: "Keep them." The antl- expansion talk is mostly sentimental nonsense. BOOKS! Germany's Iron Chancellor. Bismarck, byBraGna0 ne P p Translated from the German by Sidney Whitman, F. R. Q. 8. Author of "Imperial Oerm- any, Teutonic Studies " An accurate and graphlo accurate account of. tho Iron Chancel- Ion career; unapproaohod by anything before published on tbo subject. Nothing has been omltttid to make this monumental publication a fitting memorial of one ot the most extraordinary political careers In the history of tlio 1 Imperial Quarto Volume. IV doable page Illustrations In colors. 000 Illustrations In tha text. The Washington Star says: "This book, truly one ot tha most magnificent works ever produced ID a (Ingle volume, appears at an opportune time * * It la luxurious In Its wealth of Illustration » * Heelvoatho volume an historical accuracy • * • _ Pub. Price. My Price Fine vellum oloth,red edges. 18.00 H.OO Half Morocco 10 oo s.oo Foil Morocco 12.00 600 BSpreiaage extra..Descriptive matter free. •^-""Remlngton's Frontier Sketches. The handsomest plotarlal of tho season. Hlze »n by IS In. Japanese vellum binding. Out edges. Boxed. Prepaid, $1.90. Cyrano De Bergerac. Cloth, by mall SQe A MBETINO of Republican State Senators was held in Springfield on Friday to consider tbo organization of the Senate. Governor Tanner expressed the desire that the Senate should not be organized either aa a Tanneror antl.Tanner body,but In tho interest of the Republican party. This Is likely to bo the outcome. Col. Brenbolt, Senator-elect from this district, was present and will be an influential factor in the organ!gallon, although a new member. PRKHIUKNT McKiNusv is hard at work on his message. It will be very long, aa there are many matters that must be presented to Congress. There are only a few sections of the message yet unfinished, and the most Important of those Is that which will refer to the result of tho peace negotiations at Porls. This section the President will leave unwritten until the lest moment, In order that he may be able to Inform Congress of the exact status of our relations with Spain at the time of Its reassembling. Minority Representation and the Democratic Gerrymander. Notwithstanding the Republicans carried the State of Illinois two weeks ago by (17,000 majority, the Republicans in tho lower house of tho Illinois Legislature outnumber tho Democrats by only three. This meagre majority in tho House, with BO large a majority of the popular vote, is due to two causes. 1'irtit, to the disgraceful and shameful gerrymander of legislative districts, made by tho Democrats In 1893, and fastened upon the people by the Supremo Court eighteen months ago by a decision that the Slate could bo apportioned only onco In ten years. Another cause Is minority representation. The latter was put Into the constitution In order to give the minority representation in the. House. But the theory is a fraud, and works harm to tho majority, by frequently jeopardizing party control, when the popular majority Is very largo, as this year. Majorities should control under our theory of government. Minorities are required to accept majority rnlo. If majorities are Incompetent, corrupt, or not in accord with the popular will, they can be turned out. Ic was never Intended In our form of government that minorities should control, or even seriously ombarras the rule of the majority, as has been done frequently in this state by minority representation. If the next Legislature would submit a proposition to the voters to amend the constitution to repeal tho minority representation clause, In order to allow a majority of tho people of tho state to have an undisputed rule, the change would be made by the people. Minority representation ia unfair, is dishonest, and places the majority in an embarrassing position. It baa never done any good; and when popular majorities are bebw 5P,000 or 00,000 in the state, the Legislature Is ao close PS to frequently render the minority arbiter of the destinies of the state. Minority representation should therefore go. Majority rule ia American, and good eiiougn for all parties. We will have to endure the Democratic gerrymander for four more yeara, but then the people will alt down on it and put it out of aight. A GRt AT REMEDY Tor Sufferers from riles. Dr. Radmorul, a specialist In the study anil treatment of piles and roots I diseases, recently stated that tho Pyramid Pile (!tirp, the new discovery for tho euro of piles, wns tho most remarkable remedy ho had over seen or tried in one respect; and that was the inntant relief experienced In all cases, no matter how severe, from tho moment the remedy was applied. This was tho more surprising to him because ho had carefully analyzed tho preparation and no trace of opium, cocaine or similar poison could be detected. Physicians look with great favor upon tho 1'yrarnld Pile (Jure, because It Is rapidly taking the place of surgical opoiatlona and because It Is so Blmplo, so easily applied and contains no mineral or other poisons saBom- monly used In cures. Dr. Ksterbrook reports that the Pyramid Pile Cure not only euros the various forms of piles, but never fails to give immediate relief on the first application, no matter how severe the pain or discomfort may bo. People who have suffered from piles for years are often astonished at tbo Instant relief experienced from the flrH application. Another important advantage is the fact that any ono can use tlio remedy without detention from biieinoHH or Interference with dally occupation. Sold by druggists nt 50c per package. Send to Pyramid Drug Co., Marshall, Mich., for free book on cause and euro of piles. The Little Minister. Cloth, by raall SHEET MUSIC. Popular Music, per copy, by mall ............ To All tQt Muslo, per copy, by mall ............. 21c All M* Muslo, per copy, by mall ............. 2Sc Book Catalogue and Music List Free. ADDHE88 Frederic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. MASTER'S SALE. Btato of Illinois, county of Madison, SB. , In Uw Circuit Court, October term, A. D., UM, In Chancery. Manuel H. BoaJs and John L. Bonla, partners under toe name of M. H. Boats & Bon vs Henry Made, Emma Pauline Made and Hattlo Mode. m for Meohsnlo's lien. lo notice la hereby give Imiree of the Circuit Court of Madison coun- ?"'? 59«w 1» ioreby given that by virtue of , made and entered at the October term, A. p., MW, thereof, In the above entitled cause. Ui» undersigned. Master in Chano.-ry of said court, will sell at public auction to the highest tad beit bidder, on SATURDAY, THE THIRD DAY OP DECEM- BffiR, A. D., 1808, i hour of ten o'clock, In the forenoon of <J»y. «t the north door of the City Hall ling tp the olty of Alton, In tbe county of aon. In the State of Illinois, the following rtbed real estate, to-wlt: "T-two (M) feet fronting on North street 7mijr,~S *> u 5dred and fifty-four and one-bale OMU) feet deep oft the north end of the east half of the south end of block No. five (6), in Hunter's North Liberty addition to the olty of Alton, situated io tbe olty ot Alton, In tbe county of Madison, and Slate ot Illinois. Said lot, or piece of land, lying next to and south of lot No. (1). (fronting on North street) In said block ore (S). Terms of sale—All cash on day of sal •. Upon compliance with i he terms of salo and en* approval of the report of tho said master bytheoourt, aoertmoa'o of purchase wilt be IWfn the purchaser or purchasers which will entitle him or them to a deed for tho promises at the expiration of fifteen months from the day Of sale, unless redeemed according to law. JOHN F. MoOINNlS, Master In Chancery. LEVl DAVIS, Sol. for Cimplalnants. TUB report that the Kansas Olty, Plttsburg & QnU Railroad Oo. 1« to bay the Chicago & Alton is an absurdity that is apparent by a simple comparison, Tbe Quit road starts at Kansas Olty, and passes through Western Missouri, Arkansas, Indian Territory, Louisiana and on down to Texas. The route la through new country, and the business for the first six months of 1897 amounted to $872,671 In gross, and 9281,729 net. The road la not even listed In Clou a' Investment guide, where we find that the Alton road for the whole of 1897 did $13,212,772 gross business with 95,742,240 aa the net earnings. The net earnings of the Alton for the lirat els months can be estimated to be practically oue-half of the year's earnings, or nearly 93,000,000. Now compare this with 9281,729 and you can easily answer the question whether the Gulf road can or cannot buy the Alton. Again, the Uulf stock sold yesterday at 18 cents on the dollar. There has been but one sale of Alton stock In six months nnd that brought something like $1.50, There may be a syndicate formed to buy the Alton and then consolidate the other r6ads with It, Bnt the Gulf will never buy the Alton. \ Utter from Cuba. John Hunter, son of Mr. II. B. Hunter, writes from San Luis, Cuba, near Santiago, to his father, a letter giving in detail interesting features of every day life in that town. John is a member of tho 8th Illinois band. The 8th is doing garrison duty at Santiago. Speaking of the food and other matters the writer says: At present we are faring very well. Once In awhile we have dessert which consists of pie, cake, oranges, bananas, etc., out they do not taste like those at borne. The band boys are living a very easy life just now; have plenty to eat, plenty at sleep and not mtum work. We exercise R great deal. Foot ball has been played here by the soldiers. We are looking for new instruments in two or three days. We are going to wear white pants and blue coats for uniform?. Personal. Mr, Cbns. HuBkinaoi) la veiling ro:- ativos at De Soto, Mo. Miss Julia Kdwnrdfl, who lins l>oen visiting relatives in Alton for R few days, returned homo today. Mr. and Mrp. W. .J. Fischer, wl o hive boon spending Severn] weeks in this city, will leave for Omaha this evening. • Mr. Martyu Uuldweli, who underwent a serious surgical operation at Denver for the removal of a mastoid abscess, ia recovering rapidly from his illness and is able to walk about his room. for Sale. Spacious brink dwelling, with ail modern conveniences', corner Bluff and State stroots, Alton, with ample ground*, stable, fruit and shade trees and paiture. Applv to Lev! Davis, Alton, III. day at 7:30 p. 7:30 p. ra. MONTHLY SUFFERING. 'TbouwndU of * women arc troubled at Monthly luter- y«l» with ftitu la th« heed, vaek| brcMts, •bontaerMidei Wp»»ndlimbi. But they n«*d •otraffer. TheM pains are •rmptouii of daontotu (Ur»ngemenU that can b« corrected. The men- etrnal fnocUoa ahould optrato painleafly< Ine First Spanish War Pensioner. Jesse if. Gates, of Battery A. 2d United States Artillery, the first pensioner of the Spanish War, applied in person to the President, and thus describes bia interview in a letter to his wife: "I- walked down to meet him untlll came within 11 vo feet of him, halted and gave him the finest aaluto be ever received, and aaid: 'Mr. President, |I oame to see you.' Hw took me by the hand and said: 'Mr. Gates, I have heard of your bravery and patriotism, and am proud to shake your hand.' Well, I almost felt like bagging him- a Hue-looking man as I ever saw, kind eyes and pliiasant ton tures. I actually felt at ease with him, and told my story about my dear little wife just as If 1 was tolling it to one of the boys in camp." Hard Spring Wheat "Oream of the Earth," #4.00. ALTON ROLLISR MILLING (Jo. The Redpath Grand Concert Company. Helen Buckley, soprano; Wm. H. liieger, tenor; Mary Louise Clary, contralto; Arthur Beresford, base: Adolph Itosenbeoker, violinist; Hugo Frey, accompanist. I'ltOOHAM. 1. Quartette- O My Love is Like a Red, Had Hose, (Oarrett.) 2. Concerto—Andante Finale (Mendelssohn), Mr. Hosenbecker. «. Nobil Hlgnor from Huguenots, (Meyerbeer), Mies Clary. •J. Duet—I Masnadiere, (Verdi), Miss Buckley. Mr. Rieger. 5. I Am a lioamer, (Mendelssohn), Mr. Beresford. fi. Quartette—Martha, (Flotow.) PART TWO. 7. Polonaise, Migon, (Thomas), Miss Buokloy. 8. Duet—La Favorita, (Donizeti) Miss Clary and Mr. Bareford. 8. Ballad, My Sweetheart, (Pierce) Mr. Rieger. 10. Funtaaio from Faust. (Wleui- awski) Mr. Rosenbeoker. 11. Quartette— Rigaletto, (Verdi.) The Kedpath Company Is tbu second of the Star Course and Is composed of the best obtainable musicians. You can not afford to mits it. Reserved sent plat open at the Y, M. 0. A. at 8 o'clock Monday morning Nov. astb. Do not full to get your Heata if you have not secured them. Season tickuts, 91.00. Roserved seals Jfi, 'JO, as extra. ViNETAnn SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH—S. 8. nt 3p.m. AH arc cordially invited to attend. 0, O. Leninga, Supt. Y. M. C. A. --poclal sorvlee for mnn in tho Y. M. C. A. room* at 4 p. m., Sunday. All men are cordially invited. UNION HAPTIST Cinmcii—Corner Seventh and Qoorgosts. RRV. J. H. Barton. Proachlngat 11 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m. S.S. at :i p. rn. PnEariYTEiiiAN Cnuncn.—Rev. [I. K. Sanborne, pastor. Dlvlnn services at 10:-I5 a. m. a-idat7:'IO p. m. S. S. at 0:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. meets at 0:30 p. m. CAMPHF.M. CHAPEL A. M E. Ciiuncn—J. M. wllkcrson,pnstor. Prcaohlng at lltliOa.m. and 7:30 p. m. by Dm pastor. S. S. at2:.'ll) p. m. Thanksgiving services at lO'.ir, a. m. EVANGELICAL Cpuncn—Cor. Eighth and Henry sts. Rov. Win. Hackmann, pastor. Preaohlni? at 10.30 a. m. und 7:30 u . m. S. S. at 9 a. m. Teachers' meeting Friday, at 8 p. m. WASHINOTONST. M.E. Cnuncn—Joelah Abel, pastor. Sunday—0:30 a. m., Junior League. Services at 10:.'»a. m.. and 7:30p. m. 2:BO p m.,S. S. 0:yo p. m, Gpworth League. Thurs- day,-7:3flp. m., Prayer meeting. GEHMANM. E. Cuuncn.— Rov. Chas.Hcldel, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 n. m. and 7:30 p m. by the pastor. S. S. at 0:30 a. m. Young peo- ile's meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs'-"- Teachers' meeting Friday at BAPTIST CHURCH.—Rev. M. W. Twlng, pastor. Preaching tomorrow at 10'45 a. m. and 7 ;tOp, in. Morning subject "What shall I do with my money?" Evening subjeut "Two kinds ot Hnlldors. " S. S. at 11:30 a.m. Juniors at4p.m. B. Y. P. U. at6:30p,m. CoNonEOATioNAi.Ciiuncn.—Corner Sixth and Honry streets. Rev. J. II. J. Rloe, pastor. S. 8. at 9:30 a. m. Preaching Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Chrlatian Endeavor at 0:80 p.m. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7:15 Thursday evening. W. C. T. U.—Tho Woman's Christian Tem- poranco Union meetings, Mn held tho first and third Tuosdaya of tho month at ;i:30 o'clock id tho Y. M, C. A. (JJinpoi. All meetingsaro open to visitors and friends of humanity are cordially Invltod 13 attend. I'NITAIUAN QiL'KCH. -Cor. Third nnd Alby sts. Rov. Gco. R. Oobauer, pastor. S. S. at 0:15 n. m. Cuurch service at 10:46a. m. Subject, "Environmentand Manhood.' E o Ing service at 7:30, subject, "The Monogiimlc Family In Historical Times." Heats free. TWELFTH STREET CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHOncii.—Cor.Twelfth and Henry stroete. Rev. J. M. Galsor, pastor. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Y. P. C. S. E. at <i:30 8. 8. at»:30a. m., T. II. Pen-In,.Supt. Teachers meeting, Monday night. Midweek service Thursday night at 8 o'clock. HUNTKBSTOWN BAPTIST MISSION—At Cherry Street Chapel, cor. Fifth and Cherry sti. Rov. M. Jameson, pastor. Preaching at 10:1,1 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 8. 8. with Home Department at 0:30 a.m. Mission S. 8. 2:30 p. m.,R. Gibson, Supt. Young People's meeting at 6:30 o'clock. Evening HUljJeo': ''Thanks bo unto God for his unspeakable gift.'' M. E. CnuKCH-Cor. Market and Sixth sts. Rev. M. N. Powers, D. D., pastor. H. S at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at KrJ.'i n. m. a torn- purance Hormon "Howlng Bu»lde nil Waters," andat7:3op. m., "Are You Happy." Junior THE MOVE. We keep constantly on the move to keep up-to-date In stock, q'mlitv and price. Our OUINA and TOY Stocks have been plucked from the cremo- de-Ia-crfimo of the market, and nothing in Alton or at. Louis can compare with them in value for tbo money. We Import our foreign goods nnd buy direct from the factory in this country and in many instances retail our goods at less than wholesale stores ask for them. For the convenience of our mnny friends we have opened our Toys on the ground lloor 317 Belle street, and are now ready to wait on you and urgently advise all to co»ie at once and make their selection. We on y ask a small deposit on all goods laid aside until wanted. We have the clerks to wait on you now and give your attention which later on we could not wait on you with satisfaction to ourselves and yourself if we tried ever BO hard. Nothing has ever been attempted In tbo TOY line on so grand and complete a scale In Alton and we bope'you will not wait until the cream of the stock is picked, dome early, you have nothing to lose and every. thing to gain. HOPPE'S LISTEN TO NATURE, Backache?, Headaches and Nervousness are Messages lor You. To most ncoplo « litnknohn terms a very aim; nli'thlnn, (o ni> irot rl<l of by "working r Homr-tlmes the puln dor-a "work off" ..... .. It docs not. Wnorter it does or not thoiiKhtfiil ponr.!o should oomo to undoratsn* that n bankachn Is a warning that is not to be neRloHPd without danger or contracting « als- cnse It.at will limit life to a tow months, or may bo y«ars of H-'fTorlnff. . , Kidnoy troubles bare boon Imltor understood of Intn yearn, and kidney troubles In relation So rheumatism and neuralgia In only beginning to be fully comprohondrd. Tho kidneys are filters through whlrh the blood passes, and If they got out of order, tho blood remains Impure and every part of too body suffers. First tho nerves toll tho tale. A backache gives warning. Time has fully proven that thousands who otherwise would surely liRvodlod. have been restored to health by Morrow's Kld-no-old». Tho manner In which this medicines acts Is illustrated by the case of Mrs. Potorlleltrung, 702 Kace St., Alton, 111., who says: "I wan troubled with rheumatism for some time', my suffering was terrible, at. limes It was almost Impossible for me to boar It. Iliad n severe pain in my baokj at times the pain In my back was so severe that I could Imruly got up or down. I could not sleep at night or rout any time. 1 was told of Morrow's Kld-ne-oldB nnd what benefit they had bt'on to others who had suffered as I did, but I could scarcely believe It because I bad I Tied everything under the sun that was recommended to mo to curn kidney trouble < nd rheumatism, and they did mo i.o good. But I thought I would try Ktd-no-olds and I got a box at 8. H. Wyss" drug (.tore. I was greatly surprised v, lien In a day or two tho pain began to leave me as If by magic, andartor a time I felt perfectly well and have continued to feel so ever since. Kid-no-olds are Yellow Tablets (notpll s)and cure kidney ailments, nervous ess, etc. Uvor- Inx arc small red pellets and cure constipation. Kld-ne-olds m ots; I.lvorlax 2.1 ots at druggists or mailed by John Morrow & Co., Chemists, .Springfield, O. CHINA STORE. 110 Weil 3d tt. TOY STORE, 317 Belle st. UPPER ALTON. Prof. J. P. White will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church tomorrow. Wm. Clark, of Rock Island, III., will give a series of eight lectures on Americanism, in the College Chapel, beginning November 28. Mr. Samuel Bates, an aged colored resident of Wood's Htation, and well known in this vicinity, died at his home November 24, from the effects of a paralytic stroke. Mr. Bates was born near St. Louis in 1824, but.has apenn the last fifty years on his farm on Wood river. He leaves a wife and four grown children. The funeral will take place Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and will be conducted by Rev. J. 0. Grtewold, of Upper Alton. Miss Annie Hastings went to Moro today to visit her cousin, Miss Bessie Gere. The A[pha Zeta Literary Society gave a masquerade last night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Etn- eraon on Evergreen avenue. The members and friends of the society, turned out en masse, and the handsome parlors of the Emerson home were filled to overflowing. Little Miss Battle Durham and Lynn Emerson did the honors at the door, and Misses Dora and Bertha Stroud, Ethel Huitt, Maria U ood and Effle Marsh served cocoa, cake and truit in the dining room. The costumes were of every variety from the dainty organ- cly of the society belle to the striped trousers of the colored preacher. George Washington, Topay, and several Japanese ladies were tpartlculariy well gotten up and attracted much admiration. The maska came off amid much laughter and exclamations of surprise. All who were present had a moat delightful time. It has been fully demonstrated that Ely's Cream Balin is a specific for Nasal catarrh and cold in the head. This distinction has been uonieved only as the result of continued successful use A morbid condition of the membrane In the nasal pasaeges can be cured by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by drug- Kista or it will be mailed for 60 cents by Kly Brothers, 60 Warren street. New York. It spreads over tbf membrane, Is absorbed and relief is immediate. Boars the Signature of SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY AND MONDAY. -o— price pants. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Daniel W. Collet, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Administrator of the estate of DANIEL W. QOLLET, late of the county of Madison and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear before tho County Court at Madison county,nt the Court House, In Bdwardsvllle, at the January term, on the first Monday In January next, at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 10th day of Nov. A. D., 1398. ENOS JOHNSON, Administrator. HOTEL MADISON, < /-. DAfilBLi* Rrr-ond and Bsstonsts. Proprietor. Altnn, III R. R. EXCURSION RATES. i lot of Men's pure natural wool, shirts and drawers. Special price ^f per garment. Men's camels hair, shirts and drawers. Special per garment. Ladies' Random camels hair vests and Special price j^ per garment. 10 per cent discount on Children's Red Underwear. " " " " " Corsets. " " " " " Blankets. $1.00 Ladies' union suits, Special price 85^ each. 85? broad cloth, 54 in. wi e. $1.1 r; fine broad cloth ^4 in wide. Ready made flannellette shirts. • Ml wool Amana Skirts. " 70? yd. " 95' yd" 25?. Special price 90?. 60", 40 in. all wool bordered flannel shirting Special price 49^ yard. Next to Your Wife P rt Worth, Texas, and return $24. C n/»n .T nnd i. Deo. 3 and4. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey acts as a balm to the lunge, cutting the mucus, allaying the inflammation, healing and strengthening. It will onre a cough or a cold in one night and exbllerates the lungs against the inception of disease. 26c at good drug tores. No cures no pay. Setter 411*1. (it Alton notitnnlco :<!, IS'JH. lolturu will plouso M i menstruation pmlnlen, •nd ngnlv. It putt the deli- Mte men*trual organs in condition to oo their work properly. And that «topa all thU pain. w»H «ny woman suffer Month after month when Wine Of Cardnl will relieve her? It OMU f I.oo at tut drug store, Why don't you get a bottle Po* ad vice, In case* requiring dal direct Ions, address, giv- symptomi, "The J,«dTe»' dvUorjr Department," The ttanooga Medlclnt ga, Tenn. Co., '. CONNOR lUBTMCf (Ml IrAM lAMPslaHOM L^^^^ w^^^^wpp^Hp Illlnoli Railway Commissioners Heporl. Tbe following nxtrurta nr* taken from the report of the Illinois Hailway Commissioners: Tho total railroad mileage in tlio Bjate of Illinois, including all truck*, Is 10,203.11 miles. There is shown to be an Increase in the total m linage, all tracks, over the year 1807, of 170 73 miles, of which but 20.08 iniloa Is uialu track. Tbe total railway capital at tbe close of the Ihcal year ending June 30, 1808, Including capital stock, funded debt and (current llabllltius, IH *2,780,401,016, which showsBii Increase over the last lieoal year of 81I7,;«7,57.') These figures represent thut tbe total railway capital per mile of Hue In tlio State Is 807,057, which, ia our judg meiit, accounts for the comparatively small dividends paid on railway li vestment. The large railroad capital per mile of Hue IB accounted for from tbe fact tbat tbe elevated street rail roads In tbe city of Chicago, which are Included In this report, are on.pl tallzed at about 92,000 000 per iiillo, and many of tbe Chicago Terminal railroads .are capitalized far above any of the main trunk lluea of the BUte. The groas earnings for the ilscai year 181)8, were Increased «ia,-12(i,-l06 over tbe fiscal year 1807. The net income ot tbe railroads on • erlog this State for tbe flioal year uding June 30, isuu, was •41,490,170, which is an Increase over the Uuuul ear 1807 of »7,880,iMH. Tbe total dividends paid were 8'20, 800,130, an inoreane over last your of •2,277,835. The number of passengers carried WM 87,008,884, an increase of 11,880,988. Tbla tooludei the number of pas- Mfgtri curried by tbe elevated r«ll- MMdf of OUoago. 1-lnt of loiters uncalled fo for tliu woi«k ending N v. 1'orsona calling for theae say they are advertised. W. T. NORTON, I'. Alien, (!«i Mr Oabbnl, Join Gsi| A Ion, John W Mr Jacquo, J II Col Al.nrliiht, Frank Mahairy,W<> Sf^: <Jt '<"'g'' K»| Dr. MuUastand, dentist Dm Print Co liynolds, Jumos C orranco. Mlnnlo Mrs Hmllh, Theopbllm Mr tio.vlo, L, W Mr Taylor, D Kurrur, c (: dipt Whlto, Willie Mr I'.niannBlson, |{ Mr Wliitorliiger, Marg Ml»s The People Believe What They Read About Hood's Sarsaparilla Their Faith in This Medicine ! s Grounded on Merit They Know It Absolutely Cures When Other Medicines Fall Hood's Biirsnparillu is not merely n sim- j)lo |>rifi«inilioii ot Hunui|iiirillu, Duck, HtlllliiKla und u lltllo Iodide of Potassium. Hesldes these excellent alteratives, it also contains UIOHO great uiitl-bllions and llvur remedies, Mandrake und Dandelion. It also contains those great kidney remedies, Uva Uriii, Juiilpur Uorrii'S, and . — --appy. League at 3 o'clock p. m, Etnvortb League dovottonul ate 30p.m. Prayer meeting at 7:311 Thursday nvnnlng. General class meeting llrst Thursday evening in oach month, j ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—II. M. Chittendon, rootor. (Twenty-fifth Sunday aftur Trinity Nov. Ti. Holy Communion at 7 a. in. 8. H. at II;is a. ni. iMnrnlng prayer and surra- nil ut 10:30 H. in. S. ,-i. in Trinity Chapol at 3 p. m. 'Evening prayer and fmrmo • at 7:30. Evening prayer and litany In Trinity Chape), Wednesdays >u 7:30. Fridays m tliu Uiiild room, morning prayer and litany at 10 o'clock, evening prayer (it 7;30. UI'PER ALTON. Pnf.8iirTERiANCiium:n.—Roy. W. II. Bradley, pastor. H. H. ai W:30 a. in., .1. U. Reynolds, bum. Services at 10:15 a.m. every Sunday,and at 7:30 p. m.,jlltoruat'.' Sundays. J. E. Hocioty at 2:3d p in. 8. I!, lit (l.aop, m. Prayer meet- Ing, Wi-dneiulny, 7.15 p. ai. METHOUIHT EPISCOPAL CHUHCH.—North Main slruot, lUiv. J. A.Large, piiHtor. S. H. atU:30 a. in. Preaching at 10:15 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. Junljr League nt:l p. in Fpworth League I'D- yoilpual iin-ot ng at u 31) p,m. Prayer mooting wcdiumday at 7:30 p. m. folluwed by S. H teacher's moctlng. UAPTIHTCHUHCH.—Corner of Collogo avonuo and Somlniiry stivi-t. Preaching servlco at 10:15 H. in. und 7:;i'i (•„ m. Numluy rirliool at U::>na m., Dr. R. (illiMin.fliipt. 11. Y. V'. II. mooting S.;ljp. m. Tiiiichor'M mt'otiug Monday, H p. m. Business mooting Mtuidiiv al'tor ili'dt Sun- duy, 8p. in. i'raver n'uuitlnt; s p. m. Texas. The Missouri, Kansas & Texas Kail wuy 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 homeeeekers, tourists and investors to vlfw 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. T he Burlington to Colorado, California and IQ "- -.~ . — .-. i Pusot Sound Polnls. H omaseekers Excursions.—Nov. 1st and I6th and Dec. 6th and 20th, via the Burlington. Fo;t Worth Tessa and Return—Dec. 3d and 4th. Return limit 21 daya via Bur- lin.ton Rou e R EDUCED Rates to Northern and Western resorts now In effect via the C. <fc A. E. R. and connections. The Burlington Route best line to all northern 1 norteern and weatern summer resorts. Cheap rates now In effect. For Information apply to J. B. Thomas, Agent. Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. It may be tomorrow or next day your little, thin undershirt and drawers must give way to heavier weights. Where will I buy? you say to yourself. 1 don't like to shop 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 i is not the best, bring it back and get your money. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. H.A.WUTZLKP. The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street ftiourl, Minnesota, Tennessee. Virginia,' West Virginia and Wlaoonsln, via Big Four. For Information and tickets call on Of, H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Nor uro those all. Other vory valuable t'urutlvu iifji'iJtH aro liannojiluusly combined in Hood's Hursnpurlllii, and it IH carefully jr.opured under tho personal Buporvlsion of « regularly educated puiir- niaclut. Knowing thtwo (nets, is IbvabldlnK faith tho people Imvu in Huod'u Hursaimilllu a mutter ot surprise? Vuu van BOB wliy Hood's Sarmiparllla curo.H, when other medicines totally, absolutely /all, "My Illtle girl was ulllletcd ivllh oc/enm and suffered fur seven years. Him was utteiiUod by physicians and tried many different kinds of medicine without relief. After taking a lew bottltit of Hood's HurBaparilla she was cured." MUM. KMMA I'KANKM.V, Honc-o.vo, N«w York. Hood Sarsaparilla Is the Ijiist-ln fan! tin! Unit Truo Jijuod J'urlllor. $1; six for *6. (;. I. || 0 od & Co., l.owuil, Muss. »»•> to f tutuko, $100 Keward $100. The readers of this paper will bo plousod to learn Unit there is at loimt one droiwlod dlsonso that 8clen«q has boon able to euro in all its Htageu, and that ia Ontarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro known to the medical fraternity. Ontarrh being a constitutional dioeiise, requires n constitutional traatmeiit. JlaU'H Catarrh Oure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby deutroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and usulBling nature in doing its work. The proprietors have BO much faith In Its curative powers that they offer 0100 reward for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Ohenoy & Oo., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, When You Tano Cold nothing conies in BO unoful us u bottle of L)r. Hull's JPlne Tur-lloney. Good for children, good for everybody. A remedy you can alwnvu ruly upon to cure a cou«h, uu uUiiok of croup or other bronchlul trouble. aSc ut up- ta-dute drug stores. Quit coughing is easy enough, If you tiiko Or. Hell's PiiiB-r«,r-Hi-,iu!y. It cuts the mucus and nlluys tho Inflammation so that there ia no inclination to cough. U soothes thebroiichlalti, and toalrougtb oulug to tho throat and lungs. All good druggists null It. fat forming Uxygen, Dr. Boll'H i'lne-Tor-Honey cures coughs and ooldti and soothes the air piwuanea. It heuls the ijroiiolil.il tubes and strengthens the weak tungm. It !)UllUa up tlio tmsui'B and euablua the blood to receive Hu propur euppJy ot oxygen. ' The British government lius (Jecldpcl to make a sencroup (,-rant tor Uio rt'llrf f the Oi.strPs.M an<J damapi- cjiu.swi ny the re-cent hurricane In Hie West Indies. W. C. Morgan, u wealthy resident, wus found (lend on the prairie near Kinsman, Kai.. Me is thought to have peclMlied I" the si>IMII. l!y the will of Mrs). Lueretln A. Wilder of lloston Jii.SOU IH Blven to the Win- ehe.sli-r Home for Aged Women at <'lmi'lcslon. Tin- decoration of the Third Oi-Jur of the KlHlnK Hun will he eonferre.: upon rrof..HH()r Alexumter liraham Hell l>y the department of Hie Imperial household of Japan, It IH nmiounccd. AH a result of the Kensallonalurralsn- ment of the mi-inliers of tlm county bench |iy ex-Judge It'UinOlii In the Hurkc diHharmcrit proceedings at Cleveland, ()., u l« helleved that, Judge Ulan- din will lie tiled (o appear for contempt of court. London papers say Oeneiai Ziij-llmlen, military governor of I'arls, will resign a« a result of his qnam-l with .Minister of War IV I'Ycyclnet. T.ord Kelvin, now more limn TD yeurs old. has Jusl lakfn out u piilent on un Impriived device for making HuunaiiiKfl at sea. Snow fell In New York olty anil Mate Thanksgiving day, ten Inches being reported at J.ukc Ili/ptucong. The new home of the New York Turn Veivln, at l.exlngton avenue nnd I'ilKhly-lifth street, was dedicated Thanksgiving night. •, Henry Kctiuhl. formerly a well-known rahhi, l« iniHsltiK: from |I!H home at !iC!l West Twenty-second street. New York olty. - ii'ii'e l'lr« H(|:|I||.»|,'U. Clili-iiffo, Nov. Z«.--Hi-veiiiy-llve thousand dollars' worth of perfumeries B ly. ferine, tallow and other IngieiUenta used In the manufacture of «i IO p were destroyed In u llru which dcmollBhed u pi'HIon of the plant of the Allen H, Wrltdey company, at 4711-4!)^ Klfth avenue. The lire was one of the fiercest the jlepurlment has had to lluht for iuune time, and several llremen had nunoiv escapes from (loath. Tphe Burlington's Through Car Service— Pal• ace Sleepers and ChaTr Cars (seats free) to Kanuss City, St. Joo, Omaha, Denver, Billings, lioolc Island, Dubuquo, Cedar Rapids, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tourist Sleepers to Han Francisco and Los Angeles, Ca tfornla. Portland, Oregon via Donver and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., osll or address J. B. Thomas, Agent. Cor California TouriB a— The Burlington Route 1 baa weekly tourist sleeper excursions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Route Agent) every Wednesday f om 8t. Louis, and Thursday from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Los Angules and San -Francisco. The route Is via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City with ar. Ask partlou- TIMES ARE GETUNG HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE HONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED ! , , f)8 per cent BUI shine throughout the year. your Ticket Agent. J. B. Thomas, for pa [rs. l-lomeseekors' Excursion at very low rates 1 'via Big Four.to specified points In Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Ter- Jt iiunuu, uuuiK 1 !*, lauuu, inuian ier- , Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota. Mississippi, Missouri, ---- rltcry Michigan, Minnesota. Mississippi , Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Tickets will be on sale Nov. 16th, Doc. « 20, Jan. 3-10; Fob. 7-21, March, 7-10. For Cull Information apply to G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. Momeaookera' Excursions. — Upon certain • "dates ot October, November nnd December, tho C. & A. wil. soil excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates to polnls 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 tho attention of prospective travelers.- For particulars call on O.G. Norrts, Ticket Agent. ™s the finest Dongola and Genet Kid that formerly sold for «3 60 a pair, but as the sizes are small we are closing them out at $i 75 a pair This Is a ? ia £, Fir8t ?T e ' fl «t served. Gome early toavoid the rash to this great Bargain we have 768 pairs of Lidles' Htgn We 8re »«iM AU ?'j? ds of K en '? , Fine and Medium Grade Shoes, all styles and widths, going at 6oc on the dollar, at this great sale of irresistible bargains at a £ 0 rtii£ b Th.«', Men ?H a , nd B^"' t *'n« Russian and Vici Kid Slippers at a sacrifice. This Is worth Investigating. _ Three Utiei or less under thl« heading: One time, 1C cents; three days, iSonnti; onit week fOoentu additional times same rite, oaihdown. PFIEFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. WANTED. W ANTKI) I.adlca earn M per woek working I ill homi). No canvaHslng. Enclose self aildrosBtnl stamped niive ty Co., 1HI lit<»knmnal . Ht ndarcl Novel- New Vurk City. FOW SALfi. , cueiii, AcDly at (bin office. K HALIl.-Olrt [.«per», u iiujr 4LUUIIV. the Tu.x(iHAi>8 office. pojt bALK—AII in uBod of kiuajiuu woud oan I • be suppildi by telephoning No. « Iiim 0 i« Bor factory, n porload-E. Levlt. ' Coil MALK—A Kami four miles northwest of "l.ltnhflold.HXlacr.-s. SOnanaore. Korpir- Try Grain 01 Try Orala-OI Ask your arouer to ebow you a package of GUAIN-O, tbe new food drink ihut tttkou tbe place of coffee. Tbe children may drink It without injury an well as tbe adult. All who try it llbe U. UKAIN-O bag tbat rich seal brown of Mocba or Java, but It la make from pure grains, and tbe most delloute stomach receives it without dl«trenB. Ooe-balf tbe price of coffee. Ifio end 2So per package. Sold by all druggists. O Al» •Xf"cTxt X .A.. »Tne Kind Vou Han Aluays Bought Of M. MAIiONKY, NSLRANCE AND REAL ESTATE I Ok 8A1.B. r*i> itorj double brick dwelling 10 rooo>> nrmg It. 8-room frame ilwolllnc on KovnUlD it. ll-ruoiu bilolt <Jrfiling on hetie «(. 1-room frmno dwallltj on utale «, '-room fr«of! dwelling wltn ilotf. Ct'per dltc-i Jot-itory f-tcom tr»mo dwellloji, tci Wllllatt Uliisott w«t Hue of Ualu street. Big monej U-acro tract Dear Kdw»rd»vllle Croiilnn, One story C-roouj hrlok dwelling, oor «th and <0-aorerartn, t miles soutbweit of Brlghtoa r«o-stor> brick store, No. ill Bella it, Slitv-aore farm, good brick dwelling and •f»U)ui>aru, Jersey Bounty. Two-story brick store, \o. Ml Uellr »t, Two-mory t-room (rauc, »lttiirouf dwollinu IfcU and <Vt adret of laud Hoointt for pur Oae-alory 4-rooD fraaie dvclllcg, oor, Alb) Two flno lota on Uttie •ireat.aunb of Bluff »i Two lots OD Dry itroet. Two-story ••room (rame dwnlllnc, targe barn «nd Hi acies ot land, llortb Altpo. * *^ ?',^V::^A^».«w• r m^e»np l rtfip|gppwAl^c^ r! HifWanirpirt. i.w.oar.iUkci Plut DON'T MISS THEM0DELS Sacrifice Sale @or. 3d and Piasa sts. l-itory aoui tat The three-year-old boy of J. A. Jobmwn. of Lyun Center, III., IB eub- jeot to attacks of oronp. Mr. Johnson "?ya he is satiefled that the timely use of Ohamberlaln'8 Cough Remedy, during a eevere attack, saved bis MtUe boy's life. He U in the drug bunlness, a member of the firm of JohnDou Bros, of tbat place; and they Handle a great many patent medicines for throat and lung diseases, He bad all theae to chose from, and skilled pny "clans ready to respond to his call, but selected this remedy for use in his own family at a time when bis child's life was in danger, became be knew it to be superior to any other, and famous tbe country over lor Us cures of Mr. Johnson «aya tblalstbe • eplendld»atis- Bold by B. Marsh Dr.A.w.ttue, OtaH« t |jpaJdbjg It baa been fully demonstrated that Ely's Oream Balm la a specific for nasal catarrh and cold in tbe bead. This distinction has been achieved only as tbe result of continued successful use. A morbid condition ot the inembraue In tbe nasal passages can be cured by this purifylnK and healing treatment Sold by druggists or It wTU be mailed for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 60 Warren street, New York. It spreads over the membrane, is absorbed afld relief Is Immediate. A C«*e of Kidney Diaente Given Up by Four Doctor*. Beayer Dam, O.—My daughter, after being treated by four doctors and given up for lottt, a neighbor reooro-* mended Foley'e Kidney Oure. Today she it able to walk several miles without fatigue. I feel we would bare lost her if it was not for your medicine. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey, Sold by K.'Mar.h and S. H. Wy.d, '

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