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St*t* of Maine. ,*£ •*• HI* *t / -'O* 1 ^ •"Three years ago I wa* all run down, weak, exhausted; had Indigestion,'constipation, and my system was debilitated in general. Physicians did not help me and I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine. Now, I am M well as ever. onas. A. white, , Stale of Maine, Gardiner, Me. 7 017. MILES' Restorative Nervine is told by all druggists on jruarantce, first bottle benchts or money back. Book on heart and nerves sent free. Or. Mile* Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. Classics £ v /'The groateyt -works of the noblest minds.'' Gibbon'* History of Christianity. a. » "This Important work contains Gibbon's complete Theological writings, separate from ™i. hia miscellaneous works, showing, when,where l/i and how Christianity originated; who were Its founder"; and what wore tho sentiments, character, manners, numbers and condition of tho ' primitive Christiana." Crown 8vo, 884 pp, a ClOto, $2. •' Buechner's Force and Matter, Or Principles ot the Natural Order of the . Universe, with a sjstom of Morality based ., thereon. A scientific work ot great ability and i-BMHt. Post6vo, 414 pp., with Portralt.oloth$1 iVoIUIre'a Romances. ft A new edition, containing 22 of Voltaire's febeetand wittiest productions, with Portrait and f jl ffltutratlon*. Preftce and notes by Peter giokler. Cloth 11.60, fSVIdt to Ceylon. By Ernst Haockel, professor In the Unlver- 7 Of Jena. Author of the History of Crea™, History of the Evolution of Man, etc. i Portrait »nd Map of India and Cev'on. Uited by Clara Bell. 1 vol , post 8vo., I pp. Extra vellum cloth, $1. pvtesller's Superstition In all Age». ' Jean Meatier was a Roman Catholic Priest 0, »fte- a pastoral service of thirty years In ince, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and t this work as his last Wllf and Testame-tto srs and to the world. 839 pp. ,por- Jl The same work In Gorman, |y«lney'5 Ruins of Empires and V THE LAW OF NATURE. With Illustra- (, Portrait of Volneyand Map of tbe A->- -Ogloal Heaven of the Anotents. Also, Vol"• Answer to Dr. Prlentley, a Biographical "I by Count Darn, and an Explanation of dlaoal Signs and Constellations by Peter ' 248pp. Cloth, 7lif<, Contract, Or, Principles ot Political Law. Also, A ~'t for a Perpetual Peace. By Jean Jao- ousseau, Citizen of Geneva. One vol., o., 288pages, with portrait, extra vol- l cloth, nf. The above books will be sent, post paid, to my address on receipt of price. Any Book Supplied. Corresponoo solicited. ADDHES8 Tederic Dahfstrom, 43 Van Buren St.,'Chicago, III. BY tHB tOLBORAPH PRINTING COHPANV. TUESDAY EVE., NOV. 29. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. For the year 1»8 we shall oha/cethe following rates for transient notices In our local columns! FIR LINK, Bln»1« Insertion 10 cents. Three to fire Insertion: ' cents. Sit to twelTe Insertion » cents. IUT» Or ADVtRTIBINO. THAHIIIXT.—SO cents per Inch first Insertion, ant)» cents per Inch for each subsequent Inner- It per Inch first month, II.60 per Inch each month thereafter. UOAL ADVIRTItma II Mr Inch for the first Insertion, and CO oents per fnon tor each subsequent insertion, THE Hon. Thos. Jett IB not so much of an admirer of Bailey, of Texan, as be was before the election. Jett blindly followed Bailey In his opposition to the Spanish war. Thin cost Jett 1,000 votes In tho district. In 1800 Jett had nearly 1800 majority. In 1808 ho had only 721, Jett Is not now pronounced In favor of Bailey for Democratic leader in tbe House. lie M squinting at De Armond of Missouri. Mr. Jett knows when he runs up against a stump. MASTER'S SALE. State ot Illinois, county of Madlaon, SB. 3 In the Circuit Court, October term, A. D., In Chancery.. anel H. Boals and John L. Boals, partners r the name of M. H. Boals & Son, vs Henry .EmmaPauline Mode and Hatto Mode. for Mechanic's lien. . .„-,- notice Is hereby glvon that by virtue of t decree of tbe Circuit Court of Madison coun- ar, nude and entered &t the October term, A. 9,11888, thereof, In the above entitled cause, Seundersigned, Master In Chano ry of said * will sell at publlo auction to the highest tat bidder, on ATURDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D., 1898, S hour of ten o'clock. In the forenoon of y, at the north door of the City Hall 7 In the olty of Alton, In the county of , In the State of Illinois, the following ,8 real estate, to-wlt: y-two (02) feet fronting on North street i hundred and fifty-four and one-half ~ at deep oft the north end of tho east o south end ot block No. IITO (6), In _r'» North Liberty addition to the olty ot n. lltuited In the city of Alton, In tbo coun- r of Madlaon, and B ate of Illinois. Said lot. r piece ot land, lying next to and south of lot foT (1) (fronting on North street) In said block »of sale—All cash on day ot sal . 1 compliance with he terms ot sale and proTal of the report nt tho said master .3 oouit, a oerttfloa e of purchase will be i the purchaser or purchasers which will 16 him or them to a deed tor tho i reml»os » e»plr-tlon of fifteen months from the day 'e, unless redeemed sooordl-g to law. JOHN F. MoGINNIS, Master In Chanoory. Yl DAVia, Sol. forC)gplalnanta, M. MAHONEY, INCE AND REAL ESTATt FOR SALB. *onble brlok dwelling ID roomi I"'. THE war Is over at last. Spain agreed to all tbe terms presented by the United States. Tho entire Philippine archipelago is ours. Also several Islands in the Pacific which are to bo need as coaling stations and stations for a Pacific ocean cable. Spain gets 920,000,000 to soothe I) or wounded feel ing8<~8omethlng that no other nation would have don«, It Is one of President McKlnley's finest touches of generosity. He might have demanded and received tbe Islands without indemnity. He chose, outof the goodness of his heart, to be generous rather than rigorous. Every Amurloan who believed In the retention of the Palllpplne'B should now sustain tbo President In this gift to Spain, because it Is a gift. They should be proud of their Chief Executive because o! bis noble Impulses that led him to be generous to a fallen foe. There will be faultfinders and opponents by the score to the ratification of the treaty, but every man who believes that the Pdllippinea should be kept, ought to line up for the President, whether he agrees with him on the matter of Indemnity or nut. Tbe treaty la a great victory, and won because of firmness of our President. Ho was alow in go- Ing to war, but when tbe constituted authorities declared war, be took up the gage of battle, which ended In a brilliant victory. The government of tbe Philippines will be a severe problem to solve. That It can be done to America's credit If the people are cautious and prudent, and permit tbe President and bis cabinet, without rancor, to work out their ripened judgment, is patent to all careful observers. CHICAGO AND ALTON SALE OFF. President Blackstone Says His Stock Is Not on the Market. n brick dwelll. I frame dwelling on State at. i frame dwelling with Slots Uj loryl-reom frame dwelling OHIBAOO, Nov. 28—Negotiations for the purchase of a controlling interact of tbe 0. & A. by a syndicate beaded by President Stillwell of the Kansas City, Plttsburg and Gulf road have been dropped for the present. President Blackstone of tbe Alton, who Is said to bave withdrawn tbo option be had given, announced that bis stock Is no longer for sale and advised hia friends not to sell. He opposes the sale because be thinks tbe syndicate* would manipulate the road for speculative purposes, while it Is his earnest desire, if he does relinquish control of tbe road, tbat It should bo managed In the future aa It has been la the past. Penoul. The venerable Andrew T. Hawley la dangerously ill at his home near Melville. Miss Marie Sohiess returned from Greenville last evening, after a pleasant visit with friends there. Henry Koch and son of Qodfrey ( and Mra. Josephine Joehl of Altor, left for Hot Springs, Ark., last even- Ing. Mr. Samuel Strohbeok of Fosterburg, left Alton for San Antonto»Tex., where he expects to locate parma- ndntly. Harry Van Treese, HO» of Dr. aud Mrs. Van Treese, will leave for Nogales, Ariz., Thursday. Tho yonng man was In tb« Rough Riders and since his discharge has been staying at his parents nomo recuperating from tbe effects of bis experience to Cuba, Oft weft lloe of Halo street. Big mane) e dwelling on Bluff e Crossi -Wl-room. i tract near am tract near KdwaMsvUla Crossing. Mtorr*-roo« brlok dwelling, oor <th and "-' , I miles southwest of Brighton .JMkitoire.No. Ill Belle at? .(Mm, good brlok dwelling an< rWok'stowTNo. ill Belle it. 7 (-room trams, slate roof dwelling, laoreaof laud. Bonania for purr 1-room frame dwelling, oor. Alb) 1 'i on Btate street.morth of Blutt si . CONNOR BfUUc, loiariDce and WleellBf Af Mt. UPPER ALTON, I Association ALfrON. IIU-. •Ing Btemacb. Dueaie Owed by tbe masterly , ith American NervJue ftvftUgif need suffer no longer •-'- great remedy can cure uaonre for tlie whole wenkueM wad indl- beglni with the f ifbringt u mar- waken no . No mat- ive raftered, your - the tut* oftbli Pleasant . H.Wyw. i wmi Mr. aud Mrs. Lawreuoo Johnson returned to Graf tau today, after a short visit with their son, Mr. Knos Johnson, Mr. and Mra. T. G. Em or SDH entertained a party of young people Saturday evening, In honor of their nephew Mr. H. Wilcoxen, of St. Louis. Mrs. O. E. Ohamblia cuuio down from Mason City last night to parents, Dr. and Mrs. Yerkos. •Mleaei (Annette Grlgga and Daley Templln attended the Delia ffox opera ln.8t. Loulo last nlgbt. The town council will bold its regular monthly business, meeting this evening. Tbe Woman's Olub. meets tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. John Leverett. Win. Olark delivered tbe first of a series of eight lectures on Americanism In tbe College Obapel last night. The Sigma Phi literary society IB making preparation fora drama to be given In the College Ohapel shortly before tbe Christinas holidays. The beet talent In tbe society in to be devoted to the entertainment, and under the efficient Instruction of Prof. J. P. Whyte, who has taken charge of the affair, will undoubtedly make It a great auccefB. The members of Itev. Mr. Uotwell'a church, A. M B., called upon him laat evening, gladdening bin household with tbelr visit, nnd leaviug supplier, of rood sufficient to laat six weeks. Wbon You Ta*o Cold nothing comes in so useful as a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Houey. Good tor children, good (or everybody. A remedy you can always rely upon to owe * oongb, M attack of croup or other bronchial trouble. Me at up- tt-dftte drng stores. j Mlu Randall'i Recital. ttls Interesting to note tbat there are fashions that obtain In things other than bonnets and gowns. Or 1 In other words, the evolution of Ideas is naturally no where so apparent as in method* of teaching. A thoughtful person of mature years looks with some degree of wonder upon the changes that have taken place In his or her life-time. Doubts me,y exist at llrst as to the advantage of such changes. But there Ic In tne end a tacit withdrawal of, opposition as the good results follow. Synthetic methods have entirely replaced the old parrot-like way of memorizing dotalls,nnaccompanled by Ideas. These changes were first noticeable In teaching the child to read. FroebelM plans for the psychological development of children, by giving thorn thought producing games and tasks were adopted, until now tbe laborious toil, with lack lustre eye, through tbe alphabet Is a thing of the pnsl. For what Is the use of a key without a lock. Now the lock Is shown first, then the key Is given, and lo! tbo glories of tbo unclosed door are reveaied. To the child is taught llrst a sentence that conveys nn Idea, analysis follows this Instead of preceding it, and Is no longer a wearisome task but a source of delight, Mus'c methods bave closely followed In those paths. The little fingers are taught to trace out a melody. After this IB accomplished tbe child willingly takes tbe melody to pieces to see why, and what goes to matte up tbe melody, tbat appeals throngb her ear to her Imagination. This preamble brings me to the subject in hand namely the recital given by Miss Randall's pupils, at her home on Henry street Saturday afternoon, November 2(1, when the following program was most satisfactorily given: Technical work. Air from "Magic Fiiito," Mozart lima Uoro and Abblo Dodge. T un,. I>I«™ D .I»I Pleasant Morning, Baum- Llttle Ileces.,,. yolkslled. (folder. Alice Kyrlo. Evening Landscape • • Relneoko Vlda Dlaok. The Sweet Kventle Llchner lima Gore. A Droam Relneoke Abble Dodge. Greetings from Hungary.. Vogrioh Ml»s McCrecry. Holler Eludos: The Water Sprites Miss Mildred McLemoro Sunday Morning Miss Llla Wills Har.iaroll" Miss Alice Bower in Twilight Hovory Miss Nellie Bradlsh Mclodle Paderewskl Miss Beulah BaBsett. Scher/o and Trio from String Quartette, M18808 wills and Bradlsh. [Schubert a, Sarabando Rlos b, Gavotte Rles Mills McCreorr. Allegro, from Sonata op. 1'*, No. 2..Beethoven Miss Nellie Bra'dlsb. t.iirgo Handel .Arranged for Violin, Harp and Piano by W. D. Armstrong.) MISB McCreory, MI8R Juila D. Hands!! and Miss Randall. The technical work comprised three movements of each number, all played to tbe given metronome mark. Nellie Bradlsh played the chromatic scale, metronome, beat 104. Alice Bowman played two changes of (be azpeggio on the diminished chord of 0. Metronome 96. lila Wills played P minor scale. Beat Ida. All the numbers were played with a most satisfactory touch, and for young minds a very Inspiring idea of the singing, tone or melody phrasing. The first four tone studies were given by quite young children, and •vero shaded and expressed wonderfully well. Tbe Heller Etudes were given by live young girls with good expression and voicing. Almost without exception those numbers were given without music. Nellie B radish and Beulah Basaett gave respectively tbe Sonata of Beethoven's In G Major, Op. 49 No. 2 Paderewskl's Melody, aud they both exhibited exceedingly good comprehension and ability. Miss McOreery, a violin artist from Sr. Louis, fairly captivated tbe listeners with a witching Hungarian Greeting, tbe first movement of which ia entirely unaccompanied. Miss Mc- Oreery is undoubtedly possessed ot a future. She ia one of Prof. Heerlch's pupils, and is already gifted with tbat fascinating charm, which for lack of a better wo-d we call magnetism. Her double dumbers, tbe Ries suite, werto delightful, and the ever beautiful Largo of Handel's, arranged by Prof. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures Permanently Cures Scrofula, which fa ono of the worat nf- IlicUonB o[ tl»i human race, and cornea from impure blood, Eczema, n most offensive aud uncomfortable affection of tbe akin, also duo to Impure blood. Salt Rheum, a torment to tho Ueah, a disfigurement to tuu body, and a drnln on tbe Hystem, ulao duo to vitiated blood. Pimples, wuleli ao dUflgure tho skin, and make tho human face dlviue anything but a thing ol beauty, but which are Nature's gdT«r- tlscment of foul blood. Catarrh, .* which very often cornea from n clironlo nffoctlon of tho circulation, IH n conatant offense to OIIO'H Belt and all Ills friends. Rheumatism, which all authorities now attribute to various acldltlea In the blood, which this great blood purifier of the age, Hood's Bar- unparllla, corrects. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all dniRKlnta. tlf »l* 'or ,*6-. Pre- luiri'il ouly by C. I. Howl & Co., Lowull, Mass. 'd Dilla are tliu bent alter-dluiier 8 PIUS pun, uia digestion. JIM. NOTICE OP GUARDIAN'S SALE OP REAL ESTATE. State of Illluols, County ot Madison, 88. By virtue of u decretal order ot the County Court at the county of Madison, In the State of Illinois, watered at tbo November term, A. 1)., 1808, ot laid court, on the application of Barbara Hofb, guardian of liaison G. Herb and Harrison. B. flcrb, minor heirs of Charles A. Kerb, deceased, to sell tho following described rual estate, belonging to said mlnora, to-wlt: Tim undivided two-sevenths of thu southwest quarter o( the northeast quarter of section No ten (10), In township No. seven (7), north range Not. ton (10), wont of tho Third Prlnolpa Merman, Iti tbe county ot Jersey, In the Btat of Illinois, subject, however, to tbo dowe rights tlM ruin of tbo widow ot Charles A. Herb deceased. I shall, on TUB TinUTy-FIHST DAY OK DECKMBBK A. U., 1808, At Uiohoui'of HI o'clock, a. m., of aald day, a tiio north front door of the Court House, In ihe city ol Alton, In the county of Madlaon, In the Btatoof Ullnols. bol 1 all the Interests of sale nilnnrt, i>^ and to tho said real estate, at publlo venUue, «o the highest bidder: Terms ot Halo—One-third ot the purchase money to be paid, cash In hand, and the residue In I wo equal payments, ono ot which shall be payable In. sis months, imd the other In twelve mouths, from tbe day of said aale, with the option to the pure) aaer to pay all oaah, at the day ot sale. The purchaser to give notes wltb approved personal security, for any deferred payment cr payments, and a mortgage on the premise* sold, to secure tbe payment of the uurohaa* money. Provided, however, that no bid wlllba rooolv dfor loss than one hundred audseveity (»170) dollars, tor aald Interested aald minors In aald real estate. Ouardlauot Ellison 0. Htrb and Harrison B, Herb. DUNNMIAN AND LEVERET!, Attorneys. Armstrong for hftrp, piano and violin, closed the program. Bvolotlon, combined with patience and oelflessneas, la producing wondrous changed. Mentality la a factor too lone Ignored In chllulab minds, and their receptive responses to appeals to tbe imagination is making rndlmentary training a delight rather than an Irksome task. L. G. O. METEORS NOT ABUNDANT. Prlnrelnti Aotrnnoitier l)f»ncrlhrB Faft- ttir<-« of III" Obnrrvnlloiin, nrlcH A. Vonngof Princeton tinivorHlty hnrl ntnpla opportunity to note evnry Hhnntlng star which np- penrerl In tlin huavenft the other night, for Princeton in liiuh above tbe flnr- romiding oomitry, nnd the borough lightR wvro cxtlnHiiiphcrl at 13 o'clock, thtin obviating tlin immt (crlnan illfflonl- ty with which astronomers hnvo to contend. Professor Yonng mnkon tho following report: "The meteoric fihowor was feeble, but (liatinot. 13otwoon 15 minutes after 8 and C ». in. two observers noted 100 Loonldft, or moteorH, from the constellation Leo. They wore mostly fnlut, bnt all bail t rnin 9. Tho number of unoou- formnblo meteors — Unit ID, (hone not having paths — which were directed from the onuntellntlon Leo was notable. So ulso was tho unusual rlghtuess of tbo zodiacal light, which oxtondud from tho horizon up through Leo and beyond, nearly to Mure, which wai olose to tbe proHu-po of Oaunor. This phenomenon exceeded in brilliancy tho similar glow in 1807. "Tho radiant of the shower was not so nbnrply defined as in 1807, and very few meteors appeared very near it. There was not one stationary meteor, aud this will probably make any photographs taken valueless. The best estimate I can form places the radiant about right ascension 1G1 degrees and declination 23ji degrees, which Is a little farther east and north than in 1867. Tho maximum of tbo shower was at abont a quarter to 4 o'clock, when the meteors averaged two a minute for 20 minutes. About a dozen of tho meteors' wore as distinct as first magnitude stars, or oven brighter, and left trains that lasted five to ton seconds. "Another meteoric shower is due in about two weeks, on the 27th or 28th inst. This display will be the Andro- medids, or Bielide, the latter name given because they follow in the track of Biela's, the lost, comet. Usually they appear once in IS years, tho Inst regular appearance being; in 1885, bnt on Nov. 24, 1892, there was also a eligbt shower. These meteors radiate from tho foot of Andromeda, ami, if soon here at all this year, will probably bo best observed early in tho evening, though possibly they will continue nutil after midnight. They are generally smaller and less swift than the Leonids. Everything now points toward a grand exhibition of the latter next year, which is tbe regular date for the recurreuoo of tbe 1866 shower. It is very probable, bow- ever, tbnt the display will be visible only in China and a part of Europe. " — New York Herald. Delays are Dangerous. Many of your friends, or people whom yon know of have contracted consumption, pneumonia or other fatal diseases by neglect of a simple cold or cough. Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe sure and pleasant cough medicine, wonld have saved them. It is guaranteed. Sold by G. Marsh and S. H. Wysa. A Case 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'a Kidney Cure. Today she is able to walk several miles without'fatigue. I feel we wonld bave lost her if it was not for your medicine. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Sold by B. Marsh and S. H. Wysa. Try Grail-01 Try Graln-0! Ask your grocer to show you a package of GKAJN-O, the new food drink that takes tbe place of coffee. Tbe children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try It like it. OBAIN-O haa that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it la make from pure grains, and tbe most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half the price of coffee. 15c and 26o per package. Sold by all druggists. ON THE MOVE. We keep constantly on the move to keep up-to-date in stock, qnnlltv and price. One CHINA and TOY Stocks nave been plucked from the creme- de-la-cremo of the market, and nothing in Alton or Bt. Louis can compare with them In value for the monoy. We import oar foreign goods nnd buy direct from the factory In this country and in many instances retail our goods at lees than wholesale stores aak for them. For the convenience of our many friends we have opened our Toys on the ground floor !H7 Belle street, and are now ready to wait on you and urgently advise all to come at once aud make their selection. We only ask a small deposit on all goods laid aside until wanted. We have the clerks to wait on yon now and give your attention which later on we could not wait on yon with satisfaction to ourselves and yourself if we tried ever ao hard. Nothing has ever been attempted In the TOY line on so grand and complete a soale In Alton and we hope you will not wait until the cream of tbo stock is picked. Dome early, you have nothing to lose and every thing to gain. HOPPE'S CHINA STORE, l!0 West 3d it. TOY STORE, 317 Belle si. NORTH ALTON. Mias Alfa Gamp spent a few days of last week with friends in East 8t Louis. Miss Gertrude Tesson aud Mrs. Earl Tesson spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. Anton Heioler of St. Louie, was the guest of Mr. Fred Glassbreuner Saturday. The [sick Hat is improving: Mrs. Stelzel is somewhat better; Mr. Nicolas Zorwas is decidedly better. The diphtheria cases reported about town are not authentic. There were two slight cases that were not given much publicity, although signs were posted properly. Hunting seems to be exceptionally good considering the number of nim rods out for game. August Birth and Lou McQlnnla took a few rounds of ammunition ani hardtack and wont not in tbe forests back of Dick Strong's slaughter bouse. MoGinuia had considerable sport shooting rabbits and quails, but our young veteran declared he would not waste his powder on anything without it wore a sombrero and ate garlic. $100 Reward JSioo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure kuown to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surf aces of the system, tboreby destroying tbe foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have ao much faith in its curative powers that they offer 9100 reward for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- Honey acts as a balm to tbe lungs, cutting tbe mucus, allaying the inflammation, healing ana strengthening. Ic will cure a cough or a cold in one night and exhilarates tbe lungs against the Inception of disease. 25o at good drug tores. No cures no pay. Fat Forming oxygen. Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey cures coughs and colds and soothes the air passages. It heals the bronchial tubes and strengthens the weak lungs. It builds up the tissues ami enablesline blood to receive its proper supply 01 oxygen. The three-year-old boy of J. A Johnson, of Lynn Center, 111., I" sub- led to attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson Bays he IB satisfied that the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, during a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He is In the drug bufllneos, a member of the firm of Johnson Bros, of that place; and they handle a great many patent medicines for throat and lung diseases. H* had all these to chose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to hia call, but selected'this remedy for use in his own family at, a tlmo when his child's life was in danger, because he knew It to be superior to any other, and famous the country over for Its cures of croup. Mr. Johnuon says Ibis Is the bent dolling cough medicine they handle, and that it gives splendid satisfaction in all caaes. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wys_s. --- = It has been fully demonstrated that Ely's Cream Bnlm In 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 the membrane in the nasal passages can be cured by this purifying and healing treatment Sold by drugglsta or it will be malltd for 50 cents by Ely Brothers, 50 Warren street, New York. It spreads over the membrane, la absorbed and relief is immediate. Quit v-oughing ia easy enough, if you take Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey. It cuts the mucus and allays the inflammation so that there is no inclination to cough. It Boolbes tbe broncblals, nnd is strengthening to the throat aud lungs. All good druggists sell It. Boars tbi Signature of R. R. EXCURSION RATES. 2ort Worth, Texas, and return $11. ,C &A. Doo. 3and4. r ho Burlington to Colorado, California and to I'utret Sound Points. H omesoekors Excursions.— Nov. lot and 15th and Doo. Oth and 20th, via tho Burlington. 4-» j Fort Worth Texas and Return—Dec. ;id «P'*4 and 4th. Return limit 21 days via Burlington Kou o. R EDUCED Rates to Northern and Western resorts now In effect via the C. & A. R. R. and connections. C HEAP KXCUHSIOXS—To the West, Northwest, South and Southwest will bo run via C. & A R. R., uncl all connecting en Dec. llth and 21th. Return Urn 121 days. For rates and full particulars apply to O. G. Norris, Agent. CHICAGO AND RETURN S2.50—TheC. & A. *• R. R. will sell excursion tickets at this very low rato on Saturday. Dec. 17th. Good to go ONLY on special train leaving Alton 3:80 a. m., and for return on special train leaving Chicago Il!;i0p. m., Dec. 18th. H unters' Rates to specified points In Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower peninsula), Michigan Cupper), Mississippi, Mls- blourl, Minnesota, Tennessee, Virginia, "West Virginia and Wisconsin, via Big Four. For Information and tickets call on G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. T bo Burlington's Through Car Service—Palace Sleepers and Chair Cars (aeatefreo) to Kanuaa City, St. Joe, Omaha, Denver, Billings. Hock Island, Dubuquo, Cedar Rapids. St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tuurlst Sleepers to wan 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. F or California Touris s—The Burlington Route has weekly tourist sleeper excursions, personally oonducted(by a Burlington Route Agent) evorv Wednesday r om Bt. Louis, and Thursday from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Los Angeles and San Francisco. The route Is via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City with 98 per cent sa< shine throughout the year. Ask your Ticket Agent, J. B. Thomas, for partlou- lirs. H omeseokera Excursion ai very low rates via Big Four,to specllled points lu Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Ter- iltcry, Iowa, Kfinsau, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota,Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, "Wisconsin and Wyoming. Tickets will be on aale Nov. 16th, Deo. 0 20, Jon. 3-10; Feb. 7-21, March, 7-10. For full Information apply to G. U. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. 1-1 omoseekers 1 Excursions. — Upon certain 1 'dates ot October, November and December, tbe C. & A. wll sell excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates to point a In Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado. Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nortnorn Michigan,Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Tbo reductions In rates are of sufficient Importance to merit tho attention of prospective travelers. For particulars call on O.G. Norrla, Ticket Agent Watch this Space. Next to ; Your Wife Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. It may be tomorrow or next day your litile, thin un dershirt and drawers must give wa tu heavier weights. Where will I buy? you say to yourself. I don't like to shop and look in stores without buying, but how else ; will 1 know? Do you know us? We believe we have the best values in Alton. Will you help us p ove it? Take our underwear home, compare it with what you get from other ,. . stores. If it is not the best, bring it back and get ycur '"'''•• imney. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. ,, H .A.WUTZLEI?' JMfc. wwmfmmmmmmmomm^, •• The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street ' TIMES ARE GETTING HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE HONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED! - 500 Ladies with small feet, sizes iy«, 3, 3<i up to 5 to call and see what FINE SHOES we are offering at $1.75 a pair. These Shoes are made of the finest Dongola and Qenet 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 chance In a life time. First come, first served. Oome early to avoid the rush. In addition to this great Bargain we bave 768 pairs of Ladies' High Grade Shoes that formerly sold for $2 50 to 3.7C a pair. We are closing them out at $a a pair. All kinds of Men's Fine and Medium Grade Shoes, all styles and widths, going at 6oc on the dollar, at this great sale of irresistible bargains. Also a job lot of Men's and Boys' Fine Russian aud Vici Kid Slippers at a sacrifice. This is worth investigating. All kinds of Ladies', Gent's, Misses and Children's Rubber Boots, Over Hhoes, S. A, Overs, Storm and Croquet Rubbers, greatly reduced in prices at this sale. PFIEFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager, ,* DON'T MISS THEM0DELS Sacrifice Sale Gor. 3d and Piasa sts. THIUMPUAL I'AHADK OF INSIWOKNTS IN MANILA. FHO.M IIAIM'I.HS tt'KKKLV AKTKH A DIUWINO nv T. I>K THIU.HTIUT (|i'|ir-> iw<>.| from .'/<.•/•/*•/,* !!'<,//,//. llj IVrmlaulou Uup) rigid, |N|>». by Hnrpur & I!I.I||HTS ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate ot Daniel W. Collet, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Administrator of the estate of DANIEL W. COLLET, late of the county of Madlaon and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby give* notice that he will appitr before the County Couit ot Madlaon county,at the Court House, In Edwardsvllle, at the January term, on tbe flrat Monday In January next, at whloh time all persons having claims against said eatato ire notified and requested u> attend for the purpose ot having the same adjusted. All person* Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this ll»th day of Nov. A. D.. 1KB. EN08 JOHNSON, Administrator. HOTBL MADISON, A, IN O4NU3U, PATHFINDER UEPARTA1EM T. / Three UUM or less, under this heading! on* tine, If oentsi three dajs, M cents) on* week fOoentii additional times «ame rate, oe«h down, • WANTBbi vy ANTED—Ladlea earn *8 pop woelc working TT at bomn. No canvassing. Enclose aelt addrca i«l stamped envelopo. Standard Novol. ty Co., 101 Uoekman at , New York City. P.JR 5ALB. UUU U ILK' .. ujeuiuui sue >tfe,)4o*l|r nail, 1 obeau. Anpl? at this ofllo>. ? a

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