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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

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To Business Men: Let the Telegraph Show What it Can do to Bring Customers to Your Store and Bigger Balance to Your Bank Acco t i The earrings of « buzz-saw doesn't fnovc very fast, but if a titan stays on it long enough he will . ptenenlly be »awtt asunder. The pro- fcesa of gradual bodily decline and foN of energy which lead* finally to con- iUmptlon Is not always Very rapid, but If It isn't stopped it will presently begin to MW iU Way into the most vital part of the body, the lunga. There would he very little consumption if every family would keep Dr. Plerce's Golden Medical Discovery in the house, and use it whenever feel- log "out of sorts." It keeps the entire body in such a high condition of licalth »Hd forcefulness that wasting diseases have no chance to get a foot-hold. A teaspoon- fol or two before meals, in a little water, gives the digestive organism power to assimilate the blood-making, nerve-toning, •trength -building properties of the food. It enables the liver and excretory system to clear the circulation of bilious poisons and remove all waste matter from the body. It replaces worn out tissue with hard muscular flesh, and changes weakness and debility into active power and nerve force. V he originator of this great "Discovery. " R..V. Pierce, M. D., is chief consulting physician to the great Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y., at the head of a staff of nearly a score of eminent uaoclate physicians and surgeons. He has acquired, in his over thirty years of active practice, a reputation second to no living physician in the treatment of obstinate, chronic diseases. His prescriptions must not ba cpnfounded with the numerous "boom" 'remedies, "extracts," "compounds," and "Earsnparillas," which a profit-seeking druggist is often ready lo •Wife a* a substitute. Dr. Plerce's medi- . . cines are the product of wide experience •nd deep study. Any one may consult him by mail free of charge. •pr»s«ntln» »o pirn-Clint ir • anoe Conpiinlei FOR SALE. .The Dr. Hardy property corner 5th and Alby lii. Lot 120x120 feet with 2 dwellings. A 4-room dwelling on Easton street bet. Wth •nd nth sts. & Lot 45x120 feet. Prloo $700. The reside/Ida at Geo. Kirsch on Belle afreet; arooma and oath room; In good rojAr: ' nt 1 10-room reBldenoa.at^.iffrNlohoU ot A HERO'S HOME COMING How England Welcomed Kitchener, Lord of Khartum. WE DO BUOH THING3 DIFFERENTLY Prlncpl, I.nritx mill Vnn< .Mnh* of I'ro- t>I<» «rpe(«?tl (lie Kclrirn of the linn Who 1Vlpi.il Out the MnhlllxtK— Tllr EnUitiHlimni Mill t naliritoil. We often nccmso onraclves of hci great hero wnrsbiporf. Dot urn wo? It scorns to mo (lint nowhere on ctirtli CUM R hero drop out of sight BO (jtiinkly nml So oomplotoly as in our own country. Wo uro very cffiiNivo for n fow (inys, and then something now—» MK font- bull go mo or B frenli murilur mystery— knocks the rinro out in tlio flrKt round. He i* pnt on Ihn sliclf with t)>o "lias beena" before lii« InurM 1 coven him; oven begun to curl nt Dm wl^cs. About the only wny onr licrooft nvoiil oblivion IB to jnmp into polities jnot HH quickly BS pOHHiblo. Thon tlu-y »ro nsnnrcil thnt every oitmpiiffiii will iirlii« n revival of the Htory of tlieir Jioroiun. Tho English dn MICRO thltiRstliflVroiit- ly. The men who win KiiKlanrt'c bntltaii OB Inntl or BUB receive Foninlliiiifj more Htibstnntlnl tlmu the cxvilcd jilnmllts of tho multitude. They »ro not Hlielvcil. They nro not forgottnn. There in no do lay in doling out the rmviird oitlmr. A Tho treatment of Kilchunvr Muni hi« rotnrn from tho Smlnn in tin example). Tho news thnt the lioifs of the jMaluli had boen wiped out mid lh.it; liritiiin's path from Cairo to tho Onpe liml almost to thn homo coming hero her majesty's warmest RreotitiKH. Thero wero also other persons who Imrl neither rnnk nor Ullo, lint, who wanted to express to the conqueror of tho H'irmii how glurt thoy wero that hn had dono it. Among thn iiot.nblpfl who waited Bt llin nlnticm while \lifi lord of Khartum In mill i><l nt Dover anil mndo hlH way leisurely to tin- olty worn Jxirrt Wolso- ley, commander in chief of the wholo liritihh army; .Sir Evelyn Wood, enoth- cr l)i(! (irm.v gun; Lord Hoborts, tho "IJttln Hobs" of T. Atkins and com- mamliT of the forces in Ireland ; I'rlnco I'ViiMcin, Priiici) Ailolphus of Took, and I'riiicn Christian Victor. Ami thu mnn for whom the vast crowd nml all them dignitaries were wniti/iK hnd Ix'cii but « few years bo- foro only a liutihimint cuionol in tho finny, bnl n|,v ho WIIH n hero, anil, nl- though Omilnrimin hnd been fought nearly two montliH before, tlio crowd WIIH almost as enthusiastic as if they hnd but jimt heard tho news. The phalanx of (irrmidior gnards on tin: platform, instead of keeping the crowd buck, permed ill their enthusiasm to bti the flr.nl to preHH forward to greet tho hero of (Imdnrmau, 1'rineo Christinn Victor and Princes Francis nnd Adnlphus of Teak wero hustled almost ilf their feet; Lord Wolsoley had to liold on tight to Ills lint; Sir Ueorge White, Unnwal Mnnrioo and General -iulninnd wero struggling in a frautie :rowd, which included Sir George Van- tlnl Phillips, Sir Dighton Probyn and Colonel Frank llhodns. Ladies' bnnuots wero brusquely difiiirrnnged and tlieir Hkirtstorn, Even tbo sirdar's hat, which 10 held in his hand, wag smashed (int. 1'hut WIIH all the work of the first exalt- ng niiuutu or two. Thou a stalwart rotip of policemen, Btirroundod the sir- The Kidney Complexion. The pale, onllow, sunken-cheeked, distressed looking people you BO often meet are afflicted with "Kidney Complexion." Their kidneyft sro turning to a parsnip color. So IB their complexion. Thoy may also have indigestion, or suffer from eleepit asness, rheuma- tlsm, nenrnlyln, brain troubles, nervous exhaustion and sometime? tHe heart acts badly. Tho cause is weak, unhealthy kidneys. Usually tho sufferer from kidney disease floes not find out what the trouble la until it la almost too late, because the first symptoms are so like mild sickness that they do not think they need a medicine or a doctor until they ilnd themselves elck in bed Or. Kilmer's Swamp Root will build up and strengthen their weak and dleodsed kidneys, purify their diseased, kidney poisoned blood, clear their complexion and soon they will enjoy better health. You can get the regular sizes at the drug store, at flOe and 81, or you may first prove for yourself the wonderful virlures of this groat discovery, Swamp Root, by sending your address to l)r. Kilmer & To., Blnghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle and a book that tell? all about it, both sent to you absolutely freo by mail. When writ- Ing kindly mention that you read this liberal offer in the TKLEOHAPH. Views of John G. Shortall on tho Whipping Post. won.n ITT IT rr n n.MSois. cific ,LMUjdonBt. .J^aJMHoeEr'A'flne TdiatiorV: room; He lot of David Doyle on Bluff street 4-room brlok dwelling. ..The J, M. Ton«or homestead containing about J2 aoroB: flno 10 room dwelling ifrnlt of an kind. Borne fine lots on Bluff street with brlok paying and (ever; no grading, In T. L. Foulds add .Afine s-room brlok dwelling, heated with •team. Lot 120x120 feet; fine fruit; bait blook worn Henry street. , gA desirable residence on Prospect street with 'rooms. Heath with furnace. Lot 90 feet on Prospect atreet. A fine property on thenorth tide of Second »tr»e|, weat of tangdon street _ _An B-room < .Jolt. One of -. o-n nnd. A B-room dwelling with about " Fine fruit and ghade troes IU acres of i block* ground. Fine fruit ana snsai from oar line In Upper Alton. A fine lot on 4tu atreet. Several floe lota on Belle street between 16tb 1 And 16th at*. A two story brlolc store and dwelling and a two atory brlok dwelling on game lot corner of Wd and vine ata- A good investment. 4 fine lota on 4th atreet near Mr. Oaritang i Theflne'double dwelling of Mr. R. Oaritang, neated by steam with modern Improvements. V very desirable 8-room brlok dwelling, D1J ") atreet -with all modern Improvements. > Plssa Foundry, everything oompleto: In- DC 10 lota) switch qonnootlon with 0. 4 A. ira Novelty Mfg. Co, property on 2d street nolndtn 4 One dlng 4 lots. nelots In Highland Park, each 70 by about A MX room dwelling on State street, Prloc V good 8-room dwelling on Second street. fwo fine lota on Alby street; Tke double brlok dwelling, corner Third anc Alby streets, one of the fluent locations In Allot A 100* 7-rooia dweltlnji good lot and flw T6f fl'Wt A new tan room dwelling in Upper Alton, gooc ' itjoili food lot Nxlucfeet on Kaiton atreet. good brick dwelling with IU lots In Middle- Convenient to motor Fine location. / 'oitment ,_e residence of Albert Wade on Belli with 10 rooms and finished attic, bill ish rooms. Good cellar. Gas and water an* oarrisge house. Lot 86 teet (rent. ' ror rent, other desirable property no< ""AYroom'brlek dwelling on William street A (>room dwelling with 1 good lota on Flftl t r«et, east of Ridge street. Price, II. 900, "' A good 8 room brlok dwelling with 1 lota on Main atreet. A good 7 room dwelling with One river vl/w, hamted by hot water. FOR RENT. The two atory brick dwelling with 8 rooms,on Bellevlew avenue now occupied byJ, Moulton. A (-room dwelling on 3rd street with bath Won with modern nzturei. New store room and two <-room tenaments with bath room; and atreet near Cherry The L. J. Clawaon homeatead In Upper Alton With 10 rooms, barn and garden, now occupied by Mr. Qeo. Levls. Poasesslon Klven by July 1. QBNEHAL KITCllliNKH'S KEC13PTION AT DOVER. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, and LOAN \_ IROOM is, P. o. BUILDING. TOR 8ALB.| ing lot 66x141 on Liberty street j and Franklin, tor WOO. . .jhn '8 mllea south of Brighton, cultivation, one-half good pasture, A bargain. twp story brlok modern dwelling near ,er of Third and Oeorge streets, oom awelllng house with largo lot on taoutScf Twelfth street. lone jjtojy frame 4weUliur No, oil eut rfUNO. LoteOillO. Good street nbleframe 'dwelling bouse and another " «u», all on one lot In good looation own. Rents for 138 per month i r8-room residence on State street on ix|65 on Oak itreet between tbe ' Four R. R. tracks, suitable tor __ I or manufacturing purposes. slde of Alton street, bet. ifirnVlnjeraey county, half nils Mtoo by rail or river. ) business property, corner Snd ist8.,on easy terms, ..» frame K ildenoe, new and at veroeots, situated on Fourth ft., , l.aas(* . l profltable business svreef, occupied by good rop and boon cleared WIIH still frcBli whou wo lourncd tlmt tho man who did it hud boon croivtod lord of Khartuin. of oorJrBO wo do not yonrn for a nobility. Wo would uot cnro to HOO ouo of our war liornus mndo lord of Hiiutiiigo, bt-it wo onnnot help renliziiig thnt Kngluuu has treated vory linndi-oinuly thu luaii who iivougod Uordou. While Kitchener's now titlo is moroly an lidded oxpoiise froni'nfliiuuniiil stund- poiut ho in probably well Hnlisllod with it. Ho Itnows thnt tho Kovonimoiit, will see that hiu pnrso in fut enough from now ou NO thnt ho may livo np to it, Ho ia moat likoly plcuscd to rofloot that his HOD will ho n lord too. Without doubt Admiral D<nvoy ia tlio most popular of our Bpniiiwh war lui- roes. Wo Jinvo uot yot luid un iippnr- tnuity to see how ho would bo woJaomod homo by tho nation. Hut touio of our other heroes linvo rotumed. Not 0110 of them wua houorod with tuch n roooptinn as Kitcheuerof Khartum ruccivod whoii ho landed in Kughuid tlio othor day. It was n wonderful imtburHt of a nation's enthusiasm, aud, remomljoriiiK how our geuorals wero reooivud whuu tliuy cunio bnok from Cuba aud I'orlo IJioo, it is uiout iuterosting, Tbo roooptlon biifian ut Dover, whore thousands ofJOn^liHlniuin who bad mailed down to tho vory I'dgo of thoahuiiuol waited to gruot him. An Knglitili paper tolls tho Htory in thiHwiuo: Long bufuro the (JalaiH boat, with tho Nirditr ou bonrd, WHS in Kiifht of Dune tlio ndiui- raity pier was paukud, row upon row, with spectators oa^or to greot Jiiin on hia borne coining. Ho Nighlod them from afar, a black inaus of Hi™, and uxpruxx cd BurprisEt, In his twoud suit and "bowler" ho Jon pod iiu-Hlioro, to bu greeted by General Sir William liutlor, K. 0. B., in full drets, mid Sir William Orundall, tho mayor of Dover, also in ulJ tho glory of his gear of oHIco. Tlio Higliluiutara formed thu guard of Jiouor. Tbe Gordon hoys hud their bagpipes, and the boyu of tho Dover C'ollpgosi'liool tho bost of Jungtt to ml<1 to thu oxultnut outcry. Tbe sirdar Hushed it little under fcis tail and goomed ut llrbt to wish to shuu tlio publioity that putted nl modorato oipootutious. At Dover Qenornl Kituhonor hud to luuau with u manJuipul dignltiiry, bu ho was finally allowed to uscapo and go Loudouward, Ilig next stop was ut Vic toriu station. Waiting for him thero were lords aud priuoos who roprosoutoi (he quoeu und wore deputized to extern i aoonvenUni a , on »aiy terom, tb* Junction of Boiia aad B_ d ranting propartT. out building lota In Hupterttown jurpoaw. cor. «b ati C&wrr/ it* il«, Till* perfect, ick, iUt« not realdenot, No. -- ; building iitluble toriti. — - -ute prartk otwbl Cow BranoJi, oppa TO LOAN. fpTickeU Remarkable Rescue. Mra. Mlobael Curtain, Flitlnaeld, III., tankea the statement that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; a ho waa treated for a month by her family physician, but grew woree. He tola her she was a helpless victim of consumption and no medicine could cure her. Her drug;;lst suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from tbe flrsc dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottlos, found her»elf sound aud well, now does her own housework and is as well as die ever was. Free trial bottles of thn> Qreat Discovery at B. Marsh's drug store, large bottles 50c aud *l. You Can't Afford to Chance It. A heavy cold may lead to pueurno< qia pr consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar fetftftn in time affords perfect security from serious results. Bold by B. Mftwh and 8. H. Wyss. dar and escorted him to tho royal wiu't- ing room, wliouoe, ton minutos later, ho drove uway to the honso of BOIIIO frionda. Do you roinombor any occasion on which Umioral Miles orGeueriil Simftor hurt thoir hats arnRhad by an outhusi- nttio mob of admirers? Wore any high ofHoials waiting at tlio plor to woloomn Siimpfiou or Schloy? Hohsou, it ia true, was kiHBod by an iinpnlfiivo young woman. Perhaps that in more satisfaotory than having your hat fiinaHhod. To tho tilrdar wile uoxt given tho freedom of tho oily of London. Thia I'H an iiitnuKiljIo gift, it ia true, but tho honor ia so unusual an to uiivo HOUIO fienti- inontnl value. Tlio lord mayor does uot uiiilie n prmont of it to every ouo. Ho Biiiil luithiiig ut all about it to mo when I WHS thero. That Kitchener's welcome was not a mere burst of temporary enthusiasm if shown by tho fact that ho has rinco boen lionized at every turn. Tho Prinoo of WiiJoH 1ms "hud him np" to Marlborough HoiiBo for luueheou and long talks, tiord Siilishnry luis entertained him at Hatfiold, anil ho was sinnmonod to Hal- moral to receive the personal thanks of the queen. Lessor honors have hud to tnko their turn, uud ho is still being banqueted right and loft. Our own Hurry J'uin, who elects to delight Londoners with hia quaint and polished verse, hns summed np tho Bit- nation in linns wliioh bogin: Uldjnr funcy yur wuk, Ihon, wore ovurf DiiU'-r think ynr uuil i-liHt uj) tho elmjif \Vr illd yor fiv»t, hi'iiluvit lit Duvnr, An liuiiltwltd ytT'll do till j'i,r ilroji. '1'uo iiup'lnr ti'r Kit nny jilty, Vi-r'll liiiii'h wluuir ilm liiii«hln||M Is lontf. Yur'll ilinu IIH tlmy illnns In tin. ulty, Yur will, un 1 'ojiod an you're Htruui;. There hiivo been sword presentations und other Jikn incidents us well uu «omt> which cannot ho classed, Tho sirdar ihuls it utmost iinsiifu to appear iu pub- Jin. Wherever he goi'Bhe ia at once roc- issi'd and niirroumled by anruwd. The sin iloes not seem to wear off. Vow, tliu ijngljHh treat thuir heroes differently. U miiy be that our method is Ihu mure Miilu'bhi for a ropublio. I urn not iiuiiitin;' a moral. 1 merely wish to draw a tlmuly roinjuritiuii. SlvWliU, l''OUl). WKKK KAIUTAY EMl'LOVKS. ri'o .MOD AVIm Allpiiiptecl to Il.ild tip n MlftKuiiri Paclllc Trfiln. pilnllu, Mo., Dec. I.— James West, a lKlil ciiKlnc'T on (lip Missouri Pa- rallrnaO, was ciipluruil while nt- tcinplliiK to hold up a r'asjc.-nger train on Unit rfiBil lu-ar here at 10 o'clock at nlslit. I'J. J. Slul.blelli.-kl, formerly a conductor on |)H> line. Is umlor nrrest on Hiisplflon of l.-pinp ono of West's two companions-, iinil n JJOSSP Is now In pni'- buit of the third, with the expectation thnt lie will- he riuiKht. Sllsfruirl I'm Iflc iillliliils ui-e eonnilent he will be found tn !>,-• either n present or dlHrhnrROf] employe of thn road. The fniHti-iitkm of the elm-Ing attempted the scene of which was near Georgetown, four miles from here, Is due to advance Information received by (illleialK of the road and the loading of n IJOKKO of detectives- on the train. The plot *us not foiled, though, until after n i-uched battle, fought principally while the bandits were on the retieat. 1'Vanco lias' kept 20,000 tons of coal stored nt Toulon since 1893, to be ready In ease war should break out. What do the Children Drink ? Don't Ri vo them tea or coff ey. Have you tried tho m w food drink called dRAIN-0? It IB delicious and nourishing and takes tbe alace of coffee. Tbe more Grain- O you give the children the more health you distribute through their systems. Oratn-O is made of pure grains, and when properly prepared tastes like tbe choice grades of coffee but coats about one- half as much. All grocers sell it. ICc and 26c _ How lo Cure Bilious Colic. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by biliousness and bad to take medicine all the while until I used Chamberlain's Oolio, Oholera and Dlarrbcoa Remedy, which cured me. 1 have since recommended it to a good many people.— Mrs, F. Butler, Fairbaven, Conn. Persons who are subject to bilious colic can ward of tbe attack by taking this remedy aa soon as the first symptoms appear. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. __ $100. Dr. B. Detchon's Anti-Diuretic May be worth to you more than 8100 If you have a child who soils bedding from incontinence of water during sleep. Cures old and young alike. It arrsate the trouble at once. 01. Sold by 8. H. Wyesj Druggist, 652 Second uy KJ. JUL. ?Tjna. i, street, Alton. 111. Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours. T. J. Blackmore, of Haller & Blackmore, Pittsburgh, Pa., says: "A short timo since I procured a bottle of 'Mystic Cure." It got me out of the house in 24 hours. I took to my bed with rheumatism nine months ago and the "Mystic Cure" is the only medicine that did me any good. I had five of the best physicians in the city, but I received very little relief from them. I know the "Mystic Oure" to be what it is represented and take pleasure in recommending it to other poor sufferers." Sold by S. H. Wyas, druggist, Alton. I'rr«hlcnt nf the Slnte Iliinmn SnMnty I>e elnrc« Flogging 1« Nrc:oMrti\v f»r "1 ffimillillti unit Ilio Wlfiv Healer, mfd 1< ilii! Only Adequate t'unlnliinrnl fur Thnt <!|m« of L«wl,r<-nkpi'«—Drflnlto Artlon To Ho Tnkpn nt Anotlier Mretlng. C'hlcnito. Dec. 1,—If tlie proposition that John O. Bhortall, prcsldetit of the Illinois lliirnnnp society, Is mo?t earnestly ndvorntlng meets svllh the fiup- pnrt thnt ho believes It will the leglsUt- tiiro of Illinois will bo called upon ut Us next nesslon to enact a law that will give to (his atnte a whipping post. It was In no trifling spirit or not without serious consideration thnt Mr. Sliorlall derlitred himself In this reject at a tni'ellnK of representatives of numerous charitable organizations held at Hoom 412 Masonic temple. He hnd given the mntier Ions thought rind, although his sentiments created somewhat of, a pen- niitlnn. the nrsunieiitfl he advanced, It Is said, produced such an Impression that it was decided to endeavor to lake some definite action at another meeting to be lu.ld soon. ll<>lli?vt>ft In Hie Whipping t'opt. "I believe the whipping post to l,e the only elTertive means of administering | proper punishment lo a certain class of criminals," paid Mr. Shoi-tall. "Those who should lie subjected lo tho lash are Woman-beaters, criminally Inclined va- prniits and , hoodlums. 1 would have the punishment inflicted with the strictest privacy and tvltliotil any tendency whatever to brutality. "It Is not a matter that should be looked upon in a sensational light. It Is not Inhumane to properly whip offenders and there Is a class that can be forced lo respect the laws only by such treatment. Al the meeting, after I had expressed myself, there was only one man that I could find who was opposed to the plan suggested by me. To Hnltdnn ttt<< Hoodlum. "The fact Is." continued Mr. Shortall, "I can hardly see how we are to ro- Htore a proper order of things unless some such drastic measure is undertaken. The hoodlum of today lias no respect whatever for law, authority or precedent. He has little or no moral nature to appeal to, and he must be made to feel pain in order that he may learn discipline. Ho Is satiated with Irreverence, disrespect, disregard and Ignorance, and is possible only of evil instinct. The entire country seems to be honeycombed with Irreverence, and (bore Is no telling where the end will be unless a strong hand Is placed upon the youth. The only boy who is exempt from this general class Is tho one who has had careful training at home and through naturally a gentle disposition, accompanied by fr-ar of a higher power, Is inclined to conduct himself properly. - For Woniiin-llealers Kspculully, "But the others cannot be controlled by moral suasion. Send them to a reformatory and they seem to rather en- Joy it. and finally come out worse from a moral standpoint then when they went In. The woman-beater Is the most detestable of nil. There is but one adequate punishment for him, and that IB the lash. When the victim Is his wife It Is she who suffers most In case he Is sent to Jail or fined. She often pleads for mercy for him when he Is taken Into court and should he be discharged It Is frequently the case that he rewards her with another beating. Such a law as I suggest should be given a trial. If It should be found that it did not operate satisfactorily It would be an easy matter to repeal It. If I had my way about It the law would be In force and I fully believe that there would be good results." "I'nhiin fooling" Nhonlil Act Knrll«r. Prescott, A. T., Iii'e. l.--The recent murder of Wllll.iin Seprnn at Weaver, ri Mexican nd. be town south of this city. Is one of n score that has taken place In late years without n sincle conviction. Secna was horribly butchered, and three Mexican hniulltn luive tieen til-rested, accused of the crimp. Public feeling Is rinnpnnt at the scene of the recent murder and open threats are made by tbe white population for the organisation of n vigilance committee to drive the entire popul.itlon nut or else irsort to IndLicrlinltiylp hanging. HIM l.mt "t'ornpl-" In u Herrrt, However, PI. Louis, Dec. 1.—The Post-Dispatch has a telegram from Hedalla, Mo,, which lays that Uiant (!. Glllett, the so-called Kansas entile king, lived In that city when young and attended n business eolieso there, While nl thin school he conceived a scbemn to consolidate all the colleges in the west And get B corner on Knowledge. He also formulated a plan for n typewriter trust, but on account of bis youth failed to get money enough to take hold of the project. I>,-ul Kfornt In Colm-uiln. Denver, Dec. 1.— Advices received here are to the effecl that the storm south and west of Denver Is the worst known In years. At Como the snow Is between two and three feet deep, and between Como and Leadvllle, and as far as Ounnlson, ten feet of snow has fallen. The Koiith Park road Is tied up and Irains on the Denver and Rio Oi-ande iii-e greatly delayed. Snow slides are reported on all roads. DllUr of York (.'umlnj; Ovor. London, Dec. 1.—The Duke of York may visit (he Ignited Slates next year. He has been seriously considering the advisability of making a trip to Canada, and the Prince of Wales lias advised his son lo extend bis Journey so as to Include the United States. It Is believed here that his royal highness would go to New York to see the race for tin' America cup sailed If Invited from the proper quarter. Work oritii! Giivcrninont I'rint Shop. Washington, Dee. 1. — Claude M. Johnson, director of the bureau of engraving and pi-inllng, in his annual report shows thnt during the year there wero .','J7!M78 sheds of stamps and government securities printed and delivered at n cost of $1,570.51)8. This slim, however. Includes J12,OUO Increase of slock, $00,000 paid for machinery, and JG.41G to outside employes. vWsWV^^. \V\vsA\Vi.«f^,'»>.?vV\v'sx\VvX'o-^i.^.'vv:v^>,>->sX"v*.^- • \CASTORI Iho Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been iu use for over 3O years, has borne tho signature bf ' • and has boon made under Ills per* sonnl supervision sluco Its inlHricy. Allow no 0110 to deceive you In this* All Counterfeit!), Imitations and Substitutes are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR IA Castoria Is a substitute for Castor Oil, Pnrejrorio, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Sound Lungs; ' arc kept sound and weak lungs J nrc nmrtc strong by DR. BEliVS ^ 1'iNK-TAR-HoNKY — a scientific > renictly of the most wonderful < | efficacy in all Inug affections. > "A ycnrn^o I hnd a long nppll of fever t thnt p(?ulod In my lungs uiicl onuseO n HO, V«M-P pouph. My physicluny thouclit I unuM net recover, Imt J)n. MEI.L'H PINK-. ^ TAH-HUNKV stopped tlie cough »t once mid soon restored me to health." GEO. A. ALLEN, Clear Spring!. Ky. DR. BELL'S •TAR-I | is a certain specific for coughs, > colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asth- f.ina, whooping cough anil croup, ' Prlcn Sic., Mf., and f] B bottle. At nil ' ruu'^lslo or sent upon receipt of price by ' K. I. M.ll.crlan.l Jlcillrlna Co., iVlurali, K;. A Queer (?) Mealcme. There is c medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient, or that it is a care-all. This honeet medicine only claims to cure certain diseases, and that its Ingredients are recognized by the most skilled physicians as being the best for K'dnoy and Bladder diseases. It ia Foley'a Kidney Oure. Sold by E. Mural) and 8. H. Wysa. How to Prevent a Cold. After exposure, or when you feel B cold coming on, take a dose of Foley'a Honey and Tar. It never fails. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. II. Wyss, "The worst cold I ever ha Jin my life was cured by Ohamberialn'e Oougb Kemedy," says W. H. Norton, of Butter Greek, Oal. "This cold left me with a cough and I was oxpector- atigg all the time. The remedy cured me, and I want all my friends when troubled with a cough or cold to use it, for it will do them good." Bold by K. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Dreadful CROUP Mothers, when your children are attacked by the dreadful croup, you need not despair: Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup will relieve and cure this disease at once. You can always depend on this marvelous remedy; it never falls to cure. For whooping- cough and measle-cough it is the best remedy in the land. Children like it. DrBulls Cough Syrup Will cure Croup without fail. Doses are Bin/ill nml plcnsnnt to take. Doctors recummeud it. 1-1 ice 35 els. At all druggists. BEST TRAINS H- .vi* TO ebraska,Montana,PugetSoun(l ojaro*. £)rs. O. and H. Taphorn. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OFFICE in M'Pike Building. Cor. and and Easton ate, Pbones 138 and 171. Henry Meyers Butcher and Packer Aol toiler la Pruk aid Sail Mean aid Lard, a>d BUI lidirtr of Susaft. I5» BAST SECOND • • ALTON IU" PANQ SUE, LAUNDRY. luiundry Work Carefully and Promptly Done. Alio bolt of Tear and Cntneie Novelttei or hand. 624 East Second at. 306 State si Edmund H. Blair, Real Estate and insurance Agent. MONEY TO LOAN. Public KUD1IC. ALTON TIME CARD Chicago & Alton. On and after noon Aug. 14, 1898, tralm will leave Union Depot, Alton, as follows^*' m '* 8!i0 ,' * 8:1 ° *' ^ For Peorla— *8:47 a m, "10:06 . fExoept Sunday. [See Joint C. A A. and Biff Four time table for tralna between Alton and St. Louis. 1 OFFICE 205 Market nt OT ar Alton Ky. * Ill'gCo, \iiti.inu i:i«r Dm. Pi'oit(!lilni;,'li.-l)o.viiu tliiuk 1 uxliuuat- ed (lin BiihjivJ n my M>riiiiin? IVaclili'i;;V- \\Vn~,-r_l don't HBO liow it uuil>i i-i' 1 .mill.—Broolilyii 1 Robbed theOrave A startling incident of which Air. John Oliver, of Phllldelphin, was the Bubjeut, la narrated by him an follows: "I was In a moat dreadful condition. My akin was almost, yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back aud aidea, no appetite- - rradually growing weaker day by day. Phreo physicians had given uis up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying 'Klootrlo Bitters," and to my great oy and eurprlue, the tlrst bottle madt* i decided improvement. I continued boh' use for three weeks]aud am now L well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed tbe wave of another victim." No one ehould fall to try them. Only BW per bottle at B. Marsh's drug store. Mr. N. N. babnrn, well known »t> Woodstock, Mioh., was troubled with a lame back. Ho was persuaded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, It save biro relief in one night. Tnls remedy le also famous for its cures of rheumatism. For sale by K. Marsh and 8. H. It baa been fully demonstrated that Ely'a Cream Balm ia a specific for Naaal catarrh and cold In tbe bead. This distinction has been ucnieved only as Ino result of continued successful use A morbid condition of the membrane in the nasal passages oan be cured by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by druggists or it will be mailed for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren street. New York. It spreads over UK membrane, la absorbed and relief ia immediate. Texas. The Missouri. Kansas & Texas Kail way Co. will sell low rate round trip tickets on Nov. 1, 15, Deo. 0 and 30, with dual limit of return to 21 days from date of sale. An excellent opportunity for homeaaokera, tourists and investors to view for themselves tbe great resources of tbe State. For further Information address John L. Williams, P. and T. Agl., 103 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. Dr. WUMiiiiiH'Imiiun 1'ilr Uliituiuntwlll uurc lilliiu HleedliiK and Itching t'u. U ubsorbs tho tumors _ . the llvliliit,' ut UIITO, net.• ••!!£ u pollltlcM.-, Kfveti Inslaril re • Ilef. Mr. Wllilunu'lnillniiPilcOint • ment In prepared for Plleiuiid lid, Ing of tho prlvato pnrts Kvery boy p warrnntuil. Uy dnmitlstn. t>y mull on u aelpt o( priire. r>0 conn und SI oil. IWILlliM "•NllftCWKine "« Prnn».. Clovolnrrt < I,?/: & Chteiievicr'fi ""ar.llutt UIUUIUMU Srtuid* PENNYROYAL PILLS "~ OrlilnulandOnljOtriulne. • AfC, ilWftTM --•il-k.'- . -_~__™ SCHUSSLER.M.D HOMBOPATHIST and SURGEON OFF1CKUHD RKS'DBNCB, HOTEL MADISON 100 [)rs. B. C. & H. R. Lemen UPPER ALTON, ILL. OFFICE HOURS: 7 to » a.m; 11 to 1,8 to 8 p.m. TELEPHONE 87. D R - B. ROHLAND, DENTIST, OnoaHouri: t a.m, to 11 am, nd 1 lo II W. THIRD RBKT WM ARMSTRONG. Dealer Ic Cement, Lime and Wall Plaster Prtoaii to moat competition. Goodi de- urend. elephone in, Office 107 Weit Second Street UI.OHI em four jflim me rge of Mn Between Alton & St. Louis. LT. Alton For St. Louie. Ar. St. L 818am C&Adallv 7<n.m 6 Mam Big"'"' ' 816am Veterinary Surgeon DR. D. M. MAHER. offlo, COR .THIRD AND PIASA 8 18 , ALTON ILI 1240pm. ... SSOfm 415pm 643pm 627pm 603pm 820pm Lv St L U 8 708am 744am Sun. c dally . Four, dallj . , dally .....706pm ..C&A.dally 8.34pm r * n • Ar Alton ° at - ,, j rvllubl*. IADIEB r«k I for Otlctultr/ tniilltf ' I»J Iu lied uxl UM V. J«d «lih bluo ribbon. T«ke o VUf ft "•--•• DISCHARGES OBTAINED IN BANCKRUPTCV In Short Time. Yager & Yager, Attorneys 308 Belle Street. NO SUME*NO SKIPPERS. HO NUCIt MIJ.tr. nos.enmmli f -rr'HIli,,, l.c.«l ' uill,.'ll fP'-olpt ulf.110. CATARRH U. S. 1\1XON, Architect, and Superintendent Pl(,ni}[and Specifications (or Work Aoow»tely PornUhed. C U1CB OVSB ALTON BAVWQ8 BANE A LOCAL Disease, A Climatic Aflecuon. Nothing but a local romotiy or chango of climate will uu'o it, Oat a well-known •poolflo, Eli's CM Balm U la quickly Absorbed Glies Kellot a< onoo, Opena and oleanios —^. _• ., .. _ _i i the Haul Pa»*aca«. COLD & H FA I) Allays InlUmmation. VVJ.*^ _•« M Vi/tLI Hsalii anl Proteotii tlse Membrano. Reitorei thoSoniea ol Taate and Smell. No Cooalno, No Mercury, No Injurlom drug. Full lUo tot • TrlMglielM.atDruirKUtaorbyniall. BUY BRM'llBRS.'Sa Warren «t." New York. T. M. LONG Civil Engineer and Surveyor Map* Profiles and Estimate Furnished. 305 Belle Street, Up SUIri. Granitoid Paving Co, W. &tt. BEISER, Prop's. 813 Bast Sixth Street. - Alton, III. All kind. 0 ( Granitoid Work: Bldewalki, Stani, rioorlDg, etc., done and the beatonall' ^of nifterlal and work «uarant<td Ordort bT *an will r>o*lT« prompt atuoiion C. C. C. & St. L.— Big Four, r. > Dally t Exce Wee joint Big tralna between Alton a *7 am, Burlington Route. MADH: — '--- 1V1E A MAN JP081TJV£l,lf OOBB THROUGH SERVICE - BETWEEN—-— ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND rum PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. WUNER BUFFET SLEEPERS 1 ~-"-- v ----- 1 AND »••— ^^ FREE RECUN1NG KATY CHAIR ROBT. M. STAMPER. REAL ESTATE, Loan and Insurance Agent, Mt BBLLB STKBBT. Money to LOMO on Improved Property RKNTB COLLEOTBD. Q| 710am 800am 1006am 1380pm 1245pm 246pm 446pm 428pm 708pm Leave St. L. 741am 8S1 am 1020am U 60 am 800pm 600pm 6 61 pm 7COpm (Suburban service) Dally D«ry ex-Spn Sunday only Dally ex-8u.ii Dally ex-Sun Arrive St. L 640am 7 Mam 866am 1100 am 116pm 140pm 6 40 urn Dajly Dally ex-Sun Dally ex-Sun l)a ( lly ex-Sun Arrive Attoi 1116 am U46pm 861pm 6 69pm 886 pit Q t 8 40 pn tor Union Throug DININGSTAf.ONS £PE«ATED iv THC CQMPANY SUPERIOR *f,*i*, • • FIFTY CENTS, Parker. Chas A. Strittmatter Merchant Tailor. 704 BA5T SECOND flTREBT. OtnOtain who •PP™ 0 .'"* am-elaii, u| TAILOR AUDE* aOTHES, MODERATE PRICES, Yen we .OTiua ts ctli tnd utnta* mi NEW STOCK OF GOODS SI. L, ,K. & N. W. terrloe. c. B. a. Q. points •t. Station) St. i.ouM-F«orla Ltnt [9t. L. 0. *0t. f, Ry.j On .ad arterNov. Hi, 18W trains will 1* T« Alton w foltowi: • «« Hi ' '"1

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