Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on November 28, 1898 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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BV THB IBI.BQKAPH PKINTINU COMPANY MONDAY EVM., NOV. NOTICE TO ADVK.KT13ERS. For thereat IMS we shall chargetbo follow ft In* VatW for~tr«n«lont notices In "our omiut f'SR LINK. Bltfl* iBMrtloo Tire* to flr« Inserttoca ............... 7 oeai». Six to twelve Insertions ................ b cet.te. IUTIS Or ADVKRTISINO. TnnxiIIHT.— 80 cents per Inch first Insertion, and » cents per Inch tor eaoh subsequent Insertion, W per Inch first month, »1, 60 per Inch ouch month thereafter. LIOAL ADTinTIBlMO II Mr Inch for tba Brat Iniertlon, and 60 cent* r the per then for eaoh subsequent loiertton j am positive I would not be thrift* today tut for your wonderful remedy, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I hw! heart dis- eate four years and doctors fHftftj to help me. When I be- 'jtffo taking this remedy I was ;";»•* Ufattttti 1 have felt perfectly 017. MILES' Heart Cure „• Is sold by all drngglnts on guarantee ., first bottle benefit* or money back. ,. Book on heart and nerves sent free. fr.Mlle* Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind, BOOKS! V > Germany's Iron Chancellor. fsmarck, byB T a °, TODAY was the date fixed for the final answer of the Spanish Commissioners to the demands of the America Commissioners asking the ceseion of the entire Philippine archipelago. Dispatches from Paris Indicate that the answer will be an affirmative one, and that they will seek to get a larger money Indemnity for the Islands. ihejbett roSd-beds In the count*/ .The ballast used was taken from ft natural ballast quarry »t Rlsah uml train- load aftpr train-load wa» ioadaa with a big steam shovel and hauled along tho road. Tbo work wan done at ft largo expense lo the Bluff Line. From Springfield to Alton tho roadbed Is now bBllnsled and in excellent condition, so thnt the wrecks that were common last year during the winter and spring months will now be Iri,- poBHibln. The construct ioti gangs that have boon working on the trnek abovo Alton will ho moved to the south end of the Bluff Line to brtllai-t, the road between Granite Oity and Alton. UPPER IT now appears by Indisputable evidence that Instead of Admiral Bcbley "bottling up" Cerrera In the harbor of Santiago, that the Admiral could not be Induced to go near Santiago for six days after Oervera entered It. Sobley positively disobeyed Instructions of Secretary Long, who ordered htm to go to Santiago and Investigate whether Ccrvera was In the harbor. The Admiral's conduct afterward was all that prevented bla removal from the command of the Flying Squadron and a court martial. . S ilium cloth,red edges, t omotx 1000 Mlated from the Gorman by Sidney Whlt- P.K. G. S. Author of -"Imports! Germ- Teutonlo Studies " An ao urate nnd aoonra'e account of the Iron Chancol- r; unap'roaohod by anything before _ on tho subject. Nothing has boon . to make this monumental publication a . memorial of one ot the most extraordl- polltloal oareora In the history of the iperlal Quarto Volume. rable page Illustrations In colors. Jlustraltons In tha text. «» Wasbjngtoa Star says; "This book, truly — rm tbe most magnificent works ever pro- uoedlnaslnftle volume, appears at an oppor- UW time * * It Is luxurious In Its wealth of IWtratlon * * Ho elves tho volume an hls- jHotl accuracy • * *./..I * P®>. Prlon. MyPrloo ' $4.00 _ 5.00 'Moijeoo..............,...'. 19.00 600 extra..Descriptive matter free. ton's Frontier Sketches. Ike handsomest piotsrlnl ot tho leason. If by 18 in. Japanese vellum binding. *M. Boxed. Prepaid, H.fO. Cyrano De Bergerac. by mall ..... . ........................ soc The Little Minister. ..bruit!! , ............................... 72c -I- ;_-. • .-•- _ , _ __ SHEET MUSIC. Mn. BAIM5Y, of Texas, is meeting with much opposition In bis own party, to pose as leader of the minority In the next House, A Inrtje number of Democrats are outspoken that Bailey has made a poor leader, and that bo has been a serviceable friend In helping "Czar" Eeed out of dimcul- ties. In the special session after Mc- Klnley was inaugurated, Bailey voted to sustain Reed's rulings In regard to non-notion in tho House while the Senate was deliberating on the tariff bill. McMillan of Tonnesee, and Jerry Simpson and noout one-half the Democrats In the House opposed Bailey and voted against Reed's rulings. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Reynolds arc visiting In Venice. J. 0. White Is home from a hunting trip near Greenfield. I'rof. .1. P. White preached at the Baptist church yesterday. Dr. I/. A. Abbott will nil the pulpit next Sunday. MIHH Virginia Gillbam returned to- dny from a month's visit In Decatur. The funeral services of Samuel Dates, colored, were held in the Hip- tint church at Wood's station, Sunday morning at 1 o'clock. Rev. J. 8, Qriswold ofllciuted. There will be a special meeting of the officers and teachers of the Presbyterian Sunday school, Tuesday evening at the residence of J. G. Reynolds. Master Curl Bolk entertained bis little friends at bis borne Saturday evening. The children spent the evening playing games and pulling taffy, nud all had a jolly good time. Next Sunday will be quarterly communion at the Presbyterian church, Rev. H. K. Santnorne of Alton will be present, and quite a number of children will be baptized. Skating has been the popular pastime for the last few days, and the ponds througbont the towu have all been crowded. Nearly two hundred skaters assembled at the W. M. />. pond Saturday night. Hlze Gilt Muilo, per copy, by mall ............ 7c ffl *V Hasla, par copy, by mall ............ .2lc . A Kf Music, per copy, by mall ............. 2fo I Africa, and a very Rook dialogue and Music LUt Pr ce. ADDRESS Frederic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. Is a good deal of fuss made by certain opponents of expansion because the American government has not been aole to suppress riota at home, in certain quarters, and the race riots In the South which are of periodic character. Granted that these objections are valid, It Is not a good reason why wo shall not take the Philippines. England has not allowed the continued ferment, disorder, and uprisings In Ireland to hinder her taking other territory, neither has that government allowed tho opposition to her rule In Africi, in India, in Egypt and the Soudan, to prevent her taking a larger slice of large territory in $* ' MASTBR'8 SALE. it Illinois, county of Madison, SS. Circuit Court, October term, A. D., I Cbanoery. wal H. Boala and John L. Boals, partners tfcenameof M. H. Boals A Son, vallonry Emma Paulino Mede and Halt o Modo, — tot Mechanic's Hen. notice is hereby given that by Tlrtue of ot the Circuit Court of Madison ooun- and entered at the October term, A. I, thernof, In the above entitled cause, rslgned, Master In Chano>ry of said ''I' "oil at public auction to the highest THE THIRD DAY OP DECEMBER, A. D., 1898, hour ot ten o'clock, In the forenoon of «t the north door of the City Hall 1 In the city of Alton, In the county of ,. In tha Statfl of Illinois, the following 4 real estate, to-wlt: '•two (03) feet fronting on North street red and fifty-four and one-hair off the north end ot the eiist _. --- r.liTSf'litook No. five (6), In iBter's North Liberty addition to the city of ton. situated In the city ot Alton, In theooun- Madlspn, and 8 ate of Illinois. Said lot, — of land, lying next to and south of lot (fronting on>Iorth street) In said block of sale— All cash on day ot eal . compliance with he terms of milo and . royal of the roport at the said master .court, a oertinoa e of purchase will be the purchaser or purchasers which will or them to a deed for tho i remises ration of fifteen months from the day , unless redeemed sooordl'g to Isr. . Modl JOHN P. turn. Sol. NNIS, MONTHLY >" SUFFERING, f, fFhenMnds of v women are j troubled at laoathlT Inter, pie with pains B the bead, breasts, i.ildes Ohlna. The very fact that England has been busy In all lands aiding In the civilizing of the barbarous nations, 1ms not hindered gnod government In England. It ban really helped the English government to be grander, more just, ar.d truer to all Its people. No hermit nation has ever become very great, and bos sooner or later shown signs of decay— dry rot from Inerlla. America has a problem to solve iu tbe islands of the flea which have come to her almost without tbe asking -a difficult problem, that may take generations to solve. Iu the solving of it, however, along lines of good government, Americans will not be less true than In their own laud. Every step taken to enlighten tbe world will, perforce, necessitate a higher step in tho home government. Tbe teacher and sovereign must keep ahead of the pupil or governed. Otherwise he will have to step aside. Americana are not short In enterprise and natural ability to govern, nor alow to see the good points in tho government of other nations. Tbe acceptance of tbe trust to govern tho Philippines may prow to be the best event in the history of America. Any way the islands are ours; and we will have to muke tho beat possible out of them. The Rcdpatli Grand Concert Company. Helen Baokley, soprano; Wm. H. Rieger, tenor; iVUry Louise Olary, contralto; Arthur Bereoford, bus"*; Adolph Hosenbecker, violinist; Hugo Frey, accompanist,. ritouiiAM. 1. Quartette—O My Love is Like a Red, Ksd Rose, (Oarrett.) 2. Oonoerto—Andante Finale (Mendelssohn), Mr. Rosonbeckor. 3. Nobll Slgnor from Huguenots, (Meyerbeer), Mifs Olary. 4. Duet—I Masnodiere, (Verdi). Miss Buckley. Mr. Riegor. 5. I Am a Roamer, (Mendelssohn) Mr. Beresfo.rd. 0, Quartette—Martha, (Flotow.) I'ABT TWO. 7. Polonaise, Mlgon, (Thomas), Miss Buckley, 8. Duet—La Favorlta, (Donizetl) Miss Clary and Mr. Hereford. 9. B illad, My Sweetheart, (Pierce) Mr. Rieger. 10. Fantasle from Faust, (Wieni- awskl) Mr. Rosenbeoker. 11. Quartette—Rlgaletto, (Verdi.) The Redpath Company is the Hocond of the Star Course and is composed of the best obtainable musicians. You can not afford to mi>s ir. Reserved seat plat open at tho Y. M. 0. A. at 8 o'clock Monday morning Nov. 28th. Do not f.iil to get your eenta if you have not secured them. SeitBon tickets, $1.00. Reserved seats 35 20, 25 extra. THE MOVE. We keep constantly on the move to keep tip-to date In stock, qialitv and price. Our CHINA and TOY Stocks bave boon plucked from tho cremo- do-ln-oremt) of the market, and nothing In Alton or 8t. Louis can compare with them In value for the money. We Import our foreign goods and buy direct from tbe factory in this country nnd in many Instances retail our goods at leBotban wholesale stores ask for them. For the convenience) of our mnny frlondn we have opened our Toys on the ground floor 317 Belle street, and are now rendy to wait on you and urgently advise all to COSMO at once and make thrir selection. We on'y ask a small deposit on all goods laid aside until wanted. We have tbe clerks to wait on you now and give your attention which later on wo could pot wait on yon with aatlafaotion to ourselves and yourself if we tried ever so hard. Nothing bus ever been attempted In the TOY lino on so grand and complete a scale In Alton and we hope you will not wait until the cream of tho stock is picked. Come early, you have nothing to lose and every. thing to gain. HOPPE'S CHINA STORE, 110 West 3d st. TOY STORE, •317 Belle si. BATTLED WITH EGGS. Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer beciiuse this great remedy can cure tboin all. It is a oure for the whole world of Htomnch weakness and indi- Boutlon. Tho cure begins with the first dose. The relief it brings is mar- velouu and surprising, it makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter bow long you have Buffered, your euro is certain under the use of this great health-giving force. Pleasant and always aafe. Sold by 8. H. Wyss. Dr. Bell'8 Pine-Tar-Honey acts as a balm to the lunge, cutting the mucuR, allaying the IntiammaUon, healing and strengthening. It will cure a cough or a cold in one night and exhilerutos the lungs against the Inception of disease. 26c at good drug tores. No cures no pay. t|ew pains are symptoms of ——m» denngtunenU that corrected. Th« men* function should operate »menstruation paiuleu, -alar, It puts the deli. Btbual org«ns In condl- their work properly, •topi oil this pain, any woman suffer w-montb when Wine ,1 Will relieve herf It 140 at tbe drag store. U't you get a bottle Jn cafes requiring ''The lAdlei' Tbe McoiRioa Co., Fenn. Waiting for Burglari. Tho question that la now usked llret In the Village of Upper Alton In the morning has become not "How are you?" but i"Wero you robbed last night?" Tho average resident of Upper Alton Is not surprised to wake up at night time |aud find a man In the bed-room who baa no right there, and even if he Is surprised at first he reul izes that it Is a matter to be endured but not cured. Some of Upper Alton's residents have determined to cure the trouble, however, and their homos look like an arsenal, Borne men have been reported as having sat up all night to watch tbelr bouses, armed to the teeth and only waiting for a chance to give the burglar a hot reaeptlon. If he visile any of these houses bo wl find uo time to light a cigar on th frost porch may be thankfu to get off without any bolus iu hi skin. The Durglurious visitors in the vil lage seem to havn taken warning from tbe Indignation thnt is broadcast iu the community, It seems to be tbe general conclusion ttiat tbe burglar la borne talent, and he knowa enough to recognize the proper time to atop For several nights past 110 one hus been robbed and no attempts made by midnight prowlers to enter housoe. With tbe determination of the victims that tbe burglaries uiuet stop came also tbe willingness of tbe burglars to atop. Few homes In tbe Altona need now to be supplied with firearms, for (be local dealers nave had a rush In ttiftt Hoe of bualnoss. •NNOR Bluff Line Udllaited. The work of ballasting tbe Bluff Llue wan completed today by the spreading of three train-loads of ballast at Dow, The work of ballasting tbe road-bed between Alton and Spring* field WM begun lust September and ever fiuoe that time several large force* o( men nave been at work putting the bed la a condition equal to When You Tane Cold nothing comes In so useful as a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tor-Honey. Good for children, good for everybody. A remedy you can always rely upon to cure a cough, an attack of croup or other bronchial trouble. 25c at up- ta-dato drug Htorog. _ December Ladles' Home Journal. Tho Christmas Ltullea' Homo Juur- mil surpasses all expectations In tbe variety of its literary contents, in the interest and excellence of its platorial features. There Is a notable contri button on "The First Christinas Present," telljiig of the gift of tho Magi to tbe Christ Child and another recalling "Washington's Ohr'stmas at Valley Forge." Edward W. Kaierson takes one back to "When Louisa Aluott was a Girl," and gives some delightful glimpses ot her girlhood. F. Hopkln- soa Smith's new story, "A Kentucky Cinderella," will afford great pleasure. Othor (lotion features are "Old Pegs" and the continuation of "The Oirls of Camp Aroady," "The Minister of Our- thane" and "The Jamesons in tho Country." W. L. Taylor's Illustration '-Mlnne- huba and HiawHthu,"- occupies the opening page. Othor plctorinl pages show "Mury Anderson in her English Home," " Much," Mome. Girls." tocmliprc of n Ciimdcn Clnb Settled Difrorencm !»• n Unique Duel. William Whito and "Al" Loinmon, both of Ciiiudau, N. J., nt 11 o'clock tho other night ended an argument over tho bravery of Hobsou and Koosovelt in one of the city's pnblio squares by bespattering oooh other with eggs of ancient ago and doubtful variety. Both are members of tboOnrtoretolub, whioh includes tho young men of loading Camdcn families. The rooms were crowded when a general discussion of tho merits of the war heroes began. Whito hits n reputation for continuing an argument longer than any one else and for ending it with an offer to bet. Seldom has ho been called to account. He talked witb Leiumon on Hobson and Roosevelt, declaring tho Rough Eiders' oolouol was the bravest man, while Jjomuion stoutly supported tbo hero of tbe Merrittmo. Lommou bad the sympathy of tho mem bore, and finally Whito became sarcastic. "Wiiero would yon bo In a charge?" bo asked. "Why, I can smash your hat with a oauo now before you think of touching ino." "All right, get the canes, " replied Lemmon. White made no movement, and Lemmon said abruptly, " Yon'vo got too big n yellow streak iu you—too much Spanish blow." "I don't stand that," cnmo from White. "I'll challenge yon to a dnel." "Better make it a dozen egga aside," suggested Martin V. Bergen, sou of former Representative Bergen, a lawyer and well known Princeton football coach. "Yes, with eggs," eaid White. "I'll go you," was Lemmon's reply. "I'll back him HE second," said Bergen, and Dr. Frederick M. Smith volunteered to second White. Three members went to a grocer's for two dozen eggs, "tho older tho better," nud the men wore kept under surveillance. When tbe ammunition was brought, tha members went to Diamond Cottago sqnare, Ton paces wore measured off, tbo dneliste took their places, tho seconds and 60 spectators Bought rofngo behind trees nud F. Morse Archer, u lawyer, called: "Ready I Fire I" Simultaneously tho eggs were thrown. White received a glancing blow on the back and tho egg broke and caused an odor that made White call for smelling salts. "Th,i re won't beany trnoe," said Lommon. "Stand ready for another." When the ammunition was exhausted, Lemmon had one honorably odoriferous scar on bis shirt bosom. White's back was covered witb yollow stains and a spot on the sido of hiuhcud told its own talo. Lommou won, nnd Hobsou stock is nt a premium.—Now York Herald. SfcWS IN BBfEP. In the chamber of deputies of Chill It hns boon announcpd thnt thorp will not IIP another dollar of pnpcr mcmey iPBiipd liy thai ronntry. Plro nt Keswlck, the "Smelter City." (ipnr Ucililing. Cnli'.. cnndUniPd over $21,00(1 worth of property; Inournnce, $i,r,oo. Allipi-t Lyons \vnfl fiitnlly Injured by highwaymen nnd rolihert of $60 nt Rhel- byvllle, Ind. Two e!t-riniRh riders, ('orpoi-nl Knrib- liuuh nnd Rprjrennt Wonlen, nre on their way In Knrope In the hope of finillnjr n war there shortly nfter their nrrlvnl. Tlu- Rrnnd jury nt FerRiifl Fnlls, Minn., hns returned Indictments npnlnst the Hlx men arrentcd at Moorhend for holding up the Oreftt Northern train nt Carlisle. Orosfl enrnlngfl of the Milwaukee nnd St. Paul ByBtem for the third week In November were t8!)!),401, an Increase ol <69,37< over last year. Fred Chamberlain, 12 years old, dlec at Dubuque, IB,, from Injuries receiver by a Wngon wheel passing over his head. The Oerman and British warships have made a combined demonstration ngnlnst Mullnuu, In Samoa. The armies of the civilized nations o the world number 3,600,000 men. Each man costs nt least £:00 a year, and that amounts to £720,000,000. The United States charge d'affnlrs Henry White, and Mrs. White, dined Windsor cnstle with Queen Victoria am slept at the castle. Henry Watson of Edgerton, WIs. while playing with a revolver accidentally shot a companion named Evan Christiansen. The wound Is dangerous. ____ _ Kat Forming Oxygen. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey cure coughs and colds and soothes the al passages. It heals the bronchial tubes and strengthens the weak lungs. I builds up the tissues and enables the blood to receive its proper supply o oxygen • The three-year-old boy of J. A Johnson, of Lynn Center, 111., is subject to attacks of cronp. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied that the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, dur ing a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He is in the drug business a member of tbe firm of Johnsot Bros, cf that place; and they handle a great many patent medicines for throat and lung diseases. He had al these to chose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to hla call, but selected this remedy for use in bis own family at a time when his child's life was in danger, because be knew il to be superior to any other, and fam ous the country over for its cures ol croup. Mr. Johnson says this is the beet selling cough medicine they ban die, and that It gives splendid satisfaction in all oases. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. _ It has been fully demonstrated that Ely's Cream Bnlm is a specific for nasal catarrh and cold in the head. This distinction has been achieved only as the result of continued successful use. A morbid condition of tbe membrane In tbe nasal passages can be cured by this purifying and healing treatment Sold by druggists or it will be mailt d for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 56 War ren street, New York. It spreads over tho membrane, is absorbed and relief is immediate. A C3fe of Kidney Disease Given Up by Four Doctors. Beaver Dam, O.—My daughter, after being treated by four doctors and given up for lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney Cure. Today she is able to walk several miles without fatigue. 1 feel we woold have lost her if it was not for your medicine. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Sold by E. Marsh and 3. H. Wyes. Try Oraln-OI Try Oraln-OI Ask your grocer to show you a package of QRAIN-O, the now food drink that takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury as well as tbe adult. All who try it like it. GRAIN-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is make from pure grains, and the most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half the price of coffee. 15c and 26c per package. Sold by all druggists. O -A. 19 T O H. X .&. . Bean the j II™ Kind You Have Always Boujht Signature Backaches, Headaches and Nervousness are Mextageg foi You. it people a b«cikiuilii! nerttns » very aim, to be got rid of by "working It off." mthe puln rtoen "work off"—«omo- To most pie. thing,.. ... „..__ 8om6tliDP8 tho pftln nui.n .,«... — — ..._.. times It does not. Whether It does or not thoughtful peoplo should come to umlonuiina thnt A bnokaoho In n warning that In not ti bo neglected without danger of contrac Ing a Sin- cane that will limit life to a few months, or may be years of s ffcrlng. . Kidney troubles h»re been better understood of late years, and Vldney troubles In relation to rheumatism and neuralgia In o be fully comprehended. Tho ki through which tho blood passos, out or order, the blood remains Impure and erery part of tbe body suiters. First the nerres tell the tale. A backache glres warning. Time has fully proven that thousinds who otherwise would surely have died, have been restored to health by Morrow's Kld-ne-olds. Thomanner In which this medicines acts Is Illustrated by the ossoof Mrs, PeterHellrung. 702 Race St., Alton, 111., who says: "I was troubled with rheumatism for some times my suffering was terrible, at times It was almost Impossible for me to bear It. I had a severe pain In my back; at times the pain In my back was so severe th»t 1 could hardly get up or down. I could not sleep at night or rest any time. 1 was told of Morrow's Kld-ne-olds and what benefit they had been to others who had suffered as I did, but 1 oould scarcely believe It because 1 had tried everything under tho nun that was recommended to me to cure kidney trouble pnd rheumatism, and they did me r.o good. But I thought I would try Kld-ne-olds and 1 got a box at 8. H. Wyss' drug (.tore. I was greatly surprised when In a day or two the pain began to leave me astf by maglo, and after a time T felt perfectly well and have continued to feel so ever slnoa." Kld-ne-oids are Yellow Tablets (not pll sjand oure kidney allmento, nervousress, eto. I,lyer- lax are small red pellets and ouro constipation Kld-ne-olds BO ots; Llverlax 28 ots at druggists or mailed by John Morrow * Co., Chemists Sprlngfleld, O. Quit toughing is easy enough, if yon take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hsney. It cuts the mnous and allays tbe inflammation so thai there Is no Inclination to cough. It soothes the bronohlals, and is strength 1 enlng to the throat and lungs. Al good druggists sell it. R. R. EXCURSION RATES. Cort Worth, Texas, s.nd return $24. .C ft A * Deo. 3 and 4. 'ho Burlington to Colorado, California and to Pugot Sound Points. H omeseekers Excursions.—Nov. 1st and 16th and Dec. Oth and 20th, via the Burlington. Fort Worth Texas and Return—Doc. 3d and 4th. Return limit 21 days via Burin Rou e. R EDUCED Kates to Northern and Western resorts now In offoot via the C. ft A. R. R. and connections. fho Burlington Route best line to all northern 1 norteern and western summer resorts. Cheap rates now In effect. For Information apply to J. B. Thomas, A^ent. fHEAP EXCURSIONS—To the West, North- w west, South and Southwest will be rim via C. £ A R. R., and all connecting rn Deo. 6th and 20th. Return Urn 121 days. For rates and full particulars apply to O. Cf. Morris, Agent. CHICAGO AND RETURN $2.60—The C. & A. ^ R. R. will sell excursion tickets at this very low rate on Saturday. Deo. 17th. Good to go ONLY on special train leaving Alton 8:80 a. m., and for return on special train leaving Chicago ll!30p. m.,Doc. isth. H unters' Rates to specified points in Alabama, 1 * Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower peninsula), Michigan (upper), Mississippi, Mis- «lourl, Minnesota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin, via Big Four. For information and tickets call on G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. 1"he Burlington's Through Car Service—Pal- 1 ace Sleepers and Chair Cars (seats treo) to Kansas city, St. Joe, Omaha, Denver, Billings, Rock Island, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, St, Paul and Minneapolis. Tourist Sleepers to Pan Francisco and Los Angeles, Ca Ifornla, Portland, Oregon' via Denver and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., call or address J. B. Thomas, Agent. Cor California Tourls s—The Burlington Route • has weekly tourist sleeper excursions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Route Agent) every Wednesday I om St. Louis, and Thursday from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Los Angeles and San .Fmnotsoo. The route Is via Denver, Sconlo Colorado, Salt. Lnko City with & per cent su; shine throughout the year. Ask -our Ticket Agent, J. B. Thomas, for partlou- |-l omcscokors' Excursion at very low rates 1 'via Big specified points In Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Ter- Itcry, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, rClchlgan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, lebriuka, North Carolina, North Dakota,Okla- ioma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, 'onnessee, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Tickets will be on sale Nov. 15th, )eo. 0 2u, Jan. 3-10; Fob. 7-21, March, 7-10. r or full Information apply to G. H. Hamilton, MoJtot_Agejn. -f omeseekors' Excursions. — Upon certain 1 'dates of October, November and December, no C. i A. wll sell excursion tickets at greatly educed rates to points In Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, ndlaa Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nortnuru Mlchlnan,Minnesota, MIs- Isslppl, Mlsseurl, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Teis, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Che reductions In rates are of sufficient Import- nee to merit tbe attention ot prospective ravelcrs. For particulars call on O.G. Norrls, Ticket Agent. Where Christmas Means so "The Creator of 'Ben LTur' at Some Pretty Booms of Much in Little la especially trim of Hood's nils, lot uuiiiiHli olnu ovttr contained so grunt ouratlvo punvr In so tmmll space. They nro a whole muilloluo Hood's chest, ulways ready, ill- ^_ _ _ _ wuys cfllch'iil, ulway.i Nut- ^3 • i i n lafuotnry; prcvrni a roM ^~ I I IK or fevur, euro till liver Ills, m • • • ** 8lok buiitluclin, jimiiillcv, constlimllon, ote. Sfflo U'liooiilyl'llla lo tuko with Hood's Sarwparlltai Mrs. Nancy Btuley and Minnie France, her nlcco. were burned to death at lluntlngton, W. Va, Michigan university dffealerl Chlca.go 12 to 1) nml Wisconsin defeated North- westci-n 47 to 0 in Thanksgiving day football games. 9 1 oo Kcwara «76o. The renders or this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its stages, and that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Oatarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surf aces of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of tbe disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution ana assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In its ourutive powers that they offer $100 reward for any oaue that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 76)". r *o n. x-Sa. . B«an tho Tha Kind You Hare Always Bought Bear? tho .. Ull> Killll Voii Haffi Alwa/3 BOUgtt CUT PAPER PATTERNS* <•/,<„ f.iiifr,,, tiff /*„ fr<n,iMHfrJ "H, fa, nil tHl iiuifl,sl" an Ik, mar/at. Tlu? ivtl 25c. PGR PATI'ERN lUIST. SltKlK, .rNlflllT-riU|>UtTK UOIIK, It.. oH at a tfrcial offtt a FOUR WKEKi ^ 'Vt will ti f.'t,iifil lo uib TRIAL aUII. 85.' la iki HA?.AK «f»» n,,iflt/t>u mtitey. Mrra lUlirm 1 IllllirilHIII, |'»UI.I»w. ». V, (I,, M. MAHONEY, VSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FOR 8A1.8. Two-storf doubl* brick roomi 'prlngit. ••room frame dwelling on Fountain it. 14-roora brlok dvolllny on Hello st. J-room frame dwelling on Bluett, f-room frara*- dw*lllr,g wltn eiotn Upp»r Alton On»-«tory l-room trams dwelling, S» wllllui imJ60ft «e>t llto oi' Uiln strett. Big oionej Two-itorj S-fucc; fr»u>« dwelllaa on Blutt tt-»or» trsoi r.xtr KdwardnTtll* CroiilD*. ,pn«i ftorj ••rou«B brick awoillng, cor <th »nd . •0-acfofaru , » inlliu «outhw«it of BrlihWn Two-Hor) tirlisuloro. No. ill Bolle J,""" 1 * 1 SlilT-acre 'arm, good brick dwelling and 'fame barn, Jortcv couuir. Two-»li.»y biU'k nore, No. kl'i Bolls »t. ion »i it e , »-rocm frnnio, <,r I*,.* . o( dwelling, for purl ' Mr * « B|M « '« i* fa' rtb of I lulu on EMton «tr««t, tOxltiT .— —•j^dif.JUDji.HlgWw, pptr Altai rk Watch this Space. Next to Your Wife Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. It may be tomorrow or next day your litilt?, thin undershirt and drawers must give way to heavier weights. Where will I buy? you say to youi se|f. 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 r is not the best, bring it back and get your m ney. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street TIMES ARE GETTING HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO 5AVE HONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED ! PlNP°SH a o{?s ™ htt ,. Bma « '? 6t> "IT 2> «' 3 ' 3y * IP to 0 to call and see what FINE SHOES we are offering at $1.75 a pair. These Shoes are made of the finest Dongola and Genet Kid that formerly sold for »350 a pair, but as the sizes are small we are closing them out at $i 75 a pair. This ta • chance In a life time. First come, flrat served. Oome early to avoid the rush* dltl ". n . <» this great Bargain we have 768 pairs of Lidies' High 8o!d for * 250 to 8 - 75 a p air - We are &^^^ ^i^S&SSKSF *" 88ian and Vlcl Kld 811pper9 ah n a to ^ anot La< i lea> > Gent's, Misses and Children's Rubber Boots, Over tbla sale ' "' 8nd Oroqaet Rabb *™> greatly reduced in prices at PFIEFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. D©NT MISS THEM0DELS Sacrifice Sale @or. 3d and Piasa sts. ADMmiflTBATOK'S NOTIOH. B»tot»of Daniel W. Collet, deceased. PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT, ThrMUMs or Itu undtr Utl* heading ttw, U MBUi thro 4m, H oenti oo« 1 ; KUNCI1 ULUB CLOtll A Frenob blue cloth gown, with a trimming of rolled velvet bands In a riou dark sbade, baa tbe latest variation of tbe seamless aklrt. which roaches only to the knees, while the rest is a graceful shaped flounce, expending np the front of tbe skirt in tbe orm o7 an apron p»nel. The looped bands of velvet decorate the apron In popular redingote effect, and the con- Inuatiou of tbe fold Indicates the out* Ine of tbe Touuoe, whose width at the hem lo four and » quarter yards. The pattern furnUbed by Barper'i 8»*ar, vbere tbe gown appews, gives dlreo- Ions for making with a blw seam In be back and with fulnew at tbe walat I jireferred. ot the liter models, la worn with a velvet belt slipped through ornamental buckled at eaob Bide, confining beneath tbe ful- ness of tbe blouse-vest, wbloh Is made of geranium rose-velvet.. Velvet bands trim one side of tbe bust to tbe shoulder, where tbe ooat, fattening with silver buttons, ourvei away Into a cutaway form with rounded Lento XV coat-tails. The sleeve Is tbe neweit model for ullor wear. A rolling turban of rich bine velvit has only one jewelled quill for a decoration. rlal-olotb, 64lnoh- * *** Tonic working Enclose wlf , "«rdNovol 'urkcity, estate are men I to tha u Datel thli llltb da'r of two-piece

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