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"Gould Hoi on Left Side." «Fof tiuee years I suf f ered from heart disease. Couto not lie on my left side, had dkzy spells, and at times my heart would skip a beat. Physicians and proprietary medi- dnes failed to do me any good, but three bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure made me a healthy man. J. J. Vanderree, Cornell, III. ff DR. MILES' Heart Cure wtassass Book on heart and nerves Bent free, Or. Miles Medical Company. Elkhart. Ind, ^Liberal Classics "The greatest worka of the nobtust rnlnde." Gibbon's History of Christianity. "This Important work contains Gibbon's complete Theological writings, separate from Jjl»ml«oellaneoo» works, nhowlntr, when.whero ud how Christianity originated ; who were Its toiuiatn; and what wore tho »entlm»nts, ohar- oiun; a , •oter, manners, numbers and condition of the nrHnillv* Christians." Crown 8ro, W4 pp, Cloto, $2. Buechner's Force and Matter, Or Principles of the Natural Order of the Unlverie. With a ejstem of Morality based tiereon. A scientific work of groat ability and m«rlt. Post 8vo, 4H pp. . with Portralt.oloth Jl Voltaire's Romances. A new edition, containing 22 of Voltaire's twit and wittiest productions, with Portrait and 81 Illustrations. Trefaoo and notes by Peter Better. Cloth $1.50. Visit to Ceylon. By Ernst Haeokel, professor In tho UnlTor- llty et Jena. Author of the History of Creation. Htatory of the Evolution ot Man, etc. With Portrait and Mao of India and Cevon. Tranil.tod by Clara Boll. > vol , post 8vo., 848pp. Extra vellum cloth, SI. Mesller's Superstition in all Age*. s Jean Mesller was a Roman Catholic Priest _,/* who.afte 1 a pastoral service of thirty years In Pranoe, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and fe« this work ae his last Wllf and Testament to hli parishioners and to tho world. »39 pp. ,por- tnftT Cloth $1. The same work In Gorman, oloth,Sl. Volney'5 Ruins of Empires and THE LAW OF NATURE. With Illuntra- tlons, Portrait of Volnoyand Map of the A*- trploglcal Heaven of tho Anolonts. Also, Vol- niy'a Answer to Dr. PrleMley, a B ographlonl Notice by Count Daru, and an Explanation of the Zodiacal Signs and ConBtellatlons by Peter Eokler. 248pp. Cloth, 76)*. Social Contract, or, Principles of Political Law. Alao, A Project for a Perpetual Peace. By .loan Jacques Rousseau, Citizen ot Qeneva. Onn vol., post 8vo,, 288 pages, with poilrolt, extra vel- fem cloth, 71V. The above [books will bo sent, post pnld, to anyladdroes on receipt ot price. Any Book Supplied. CorretponcoBOllollcd. ADDRESS Frederic Dahlstrom, 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. MASTER'S SALE. State ot Illinois, county ot Madloon, SB. In the Circuit Court, October term, A. D., 18W. In Chancery. Manuel H. Boala and John L. Boats, partners under the name ot M. H. Boala & Son, vs Henry Mode, Emma Pauline Mode and Hattlo Mode. Petition tor Mechanic's lion. Public notice In hereby given that by virtue of a decree ot the Circuit Court of Madison county, made and entered at the October term, A. 15. ,1896, thereof, In the above entitled uauso, th»underslgnod, Master In Chano ry of said court, win sell at public auction to the highest and beat bidder, on SATURDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D,, 1898, at the hour ot ten o'clock, In the forenoon ot •aid day, at tho north door of the City Hall building In the city of Alton, In the county of Madison, In the State ot Illinois, the following dMorlbed real estate, to-wlt: Ninety-two (02) feet fronting on North street and one hundred and fifty-four and one-halt (1MU) feet deep off tho north end ot tho oast bait ot the south end ot block No. five (B), In Hunter'* North Liberty addition to tho city ot Alton, sltuited In the city of Alton, In tho county ot Madlaon, and State of Illinois. Said lot. or piece of land, lying noxt to and south ot lot No. (1). (fronting on North street) In said block lire (S). Terms of sale—All cash on day ot sal . Upon compliance with the terms of sale and toe approval of the report ot the said master by the court, aoertlfUwo of purclmHo will be siren the purchaser or purchasers which will entitle him or them to a deed for tho promises at the expiration of fifteen months from the day Ot sale, unless redeemed aocordlrj; to law. JOHN F. MoOINNIS, Master In Chancery. LIVI DAVIS, Sol. tor Complainants. S. F. CONNOR Real Bitite, loinruce Coilectiof Agent. •ad •I PtMt ButldlngKudlLoin lAiioclttlon ALTON, (ILL. BY THE TBLBORAPH PRINTING COHPANY. FRIDAY EVK., DKO. 2. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Fortb«re>rlt»8 we «h»ll charge the following rttM tor tranilant notices In our local ool- UB ">" »* LIH«. 8lng:»lni«rtlon.. '« «««"• TbW to flTB imertloni 1 cents. 811 to »w«lT»ln»ertlonfi 6 cents. RATKB Of HDTBRTI81HO. TuAJtwiMT.-to cents per Inch nrntlniinrtlou, and in o«nts per Inch for each 8Ub«eijuont inner- M per Inch Drat month, II.60 pur Inoh each mouth thereafter. LIOiL ADTKRTIBtXO 11 fit Inoh tor th» first Insertion, anil 60 cents per moo for each aubseatiimt Insertion. STEPHEN A. Douglas of Chicago, wandered nway from the Republican party last summer, going after strange gods in the fold of Democracy. Like all new converts, Stephen became a frisky Democrat, and a vigoroud opponent of the Repuolican party. Blnce the election, Stephen nays he lias studied the Democratic platform and finds that be docs not believe In lt> and has come back to tho true fold— the Republican. It makes litt.'e difference, however, which side Steve is on, he is usually defeated. In other words, he Is a Jonah. 4.OAPT. MAIIAN, the well known naval expert and writer, In speaking of tho government of the Phlllppiues, expressed hlmcelf as follows as to the best form of government for them: "Wo will havo to watch those new dependencies, for thoy must and will be dependent for a long time to come, and that fact brings me to my other thought, and that is the need of a purely military government for these new additions to our territory. Military men are better able to dual with tho inhabitants of these dependencies than any other sort of men. 1 mi-an the men of the army and navy alike. We that are associated with the military branches of tho government aro obliged to deal with men who are dependents. We are schooled in that sort of thing. The welfare of the men under the army and navy oflicer is always uppermost in the minds ot the officer, and wo now have the opportunity of bestowing upon the peopla of the Philippines and the other countries that ore soon t» come under our form of government a form of treatment that they have never dreamed of. I think the boat nud only way to have that government a success is to have military men at tho head uf n." ...... The perion who disturbed tba congregation last Sunday by coughing, la requested to call and get a bottle of Foley'i Honey and Tar, wbtob always S vee relief. Sold by B. Marab and S. . Wy«a. For Pneumonia. fir. J. 0. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., Myi: "I have used Voley'u Honey •nd Tar in three very severe canoe of pneumonia the past month with good rwnlta. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. W>M. After hearing some friends continually praising Chamberlain's Oolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Our- tU Fleck, of Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle of H for his own OM Mid Is now as enthusiastic over itf wonderful work as anj one can be. The 80 and CO cent sizes for sale by B. M»wb and S. H. Wyss. How to Prevent Pneumonia. • At tola time of tbe year a cold Is V«ry easily contracted, and if left to run U* course without tbe aid of some Tellable cough medicine Is ttable to ITMalt In that dread disease, pneumonia- We know of no better remedy tooorettoougb or cold than Chum- iilrlaln'fl Cough Remedy. We have OMd it quite extensively and It has al- WWIglven entire satisfaction,—Gin- MB. lid. Ter. Chief. ,., Tnlf !• the only remedy that Is 1WWH to be a certain preventive of ~ ~ ala. Among the many thou- o hare used It for colds and , we nave never yet learned me having resulted In Pewons wbo nave weak rea»on to fear an »ta, should Keep the TbeWS and 60 cent Mann audB. H. Hlots. Governor Tanner and I?. W. were on Thursday Indicted by the special grand jury of Macoupin county for complicity in tho affair leading up to the riots in Virden which culminated In the death of fourteen men and the wounding of many others. There are three counts ngulust Mr. Lukens for murder and manslaughter, and those against the Governor are for willful neglect of palpable duty as an officer and malfeasance iu ofllce. Tho indictment of the Governor recited the whole trouble at Virdon, telling how tlie Sheriff called for troops, and how the inauagur of the Obicago-Virden Coal Co. pleaded with him to send troops. The witnesses indorsed on the back of indictment are F, W. Lukens, P. O. Davenport, Sheriff; John Bronaugh, Dr. George, George Westlake, Thos. Appletoo, the engineer at the shaft; B. E. Davenport, deputy sheriff; Ji»;ob F. Byster, the company storekeeper, who was nearly killed by the strikers; D, 1 . Rlftey, and L. 0. Daniels, tho Chicago & Alton agent at Virden. The statutory limitation of tho tine is 910,000. There were 5*1 Indictments in all turned iu by the grand jury. Tho indictment against Gov. Tanner was secured by a vote of lit to 10. Tho foreman of the grand Jury was very much opposed to the finding of the verdict. States Attorney Vaugu, a Democrat, declares that there were politico in the finding of the indictment, and that a very largo number of tho members of the jury ore Democrats. Ho ulno says that some of the strongest advocates of the finding of the indictment wore Republicans. It will bo seen tlmt only a bare ruujority of tho jury voted for the indictment, and there is not the least probability that a jury could be found anywhere that would find a verdict against the Governor. Judge Shirley placed his bond at $r>00. This action of the grand jury will make Governor Tanner a martyr and will turn over to his support almost solidly the workingmen of both parties, because they regard him as the friend of the workiugmen as against the capitalistic class, which in tho case of Lukens proved .himself to be a heartless and conscienceless man- a man wbo violated his agreements and ran the risk of having scores murdered iu order .to win out. Since the riots Lukens has been deposed from the coal mine and tho rates he promised to pay on three different occasions, and did not, have been restored and the men are now at work, showing that it was not because of inability to pay, but simply an effort to crush the miners into slavish obedience to I<u kens'.wlll. The indictment in based on tho fact that the Governor did not send troops soon enough. As tho law gives tbe Governor discretionary powers as to when the time arrives for tho sending of troops, and whether thoy shail be sent at all, It will bo Laoon.tlmt un indictment framed on such a theory will not stand, it is more than likely that a motion to quash the Indictment will be made by Governor Tunner'u attorneys, ami that Judge Shirley will grant the motion. Insufficient Water Prewar*. At (he fire In Mr. O. P. Sparks residence on Prospect street, the pressure supplied through the water mains to the firemen wftfl Insufficient. When the firemen arrived the whole roof was ablaze but even then it would have been possible to have controlled the Humes In n short time but for the fact that a stream of water could not be thrown ten feet. The flro being in tho second story and attic it was impossible for tho firemen to throw a Htroam that would be of much use and before the pumps of the puaiplng station conlcl be applied the flames had made such headway that tbe firemen could only prevent the Ore spreading to tho neighboring houses. It was fully l/> minutes after the arrival of the flro department when B good stream was secured. Death of Andrew T. Itawley. Andrew T. Hawloy died Thursday night after a long Illness. His end was peaceful and quiet. lie was 75 years of ng>3 and had lived in or near Alton the greater part of his life. He came to this city when only nine years old. He wus educated In Shurtleff College. Ho began as a clerk in a store at 10 years of age, and at 23 began business for himself, which he continued for many years. Early in life he purchased a farm in Godfrey township, where he made bis home, still continuing in business in the city. After retiring from mercantile pursuits be became a partner in the Agricultural Works, which ho directed until some seven or eight years ago. Mr. Hawley married Miss Helen M, Spauldlng, daughter of D. A. Spanlding, the well known civil engineer. Mr. flowley'B wife and two children, Nina and Andrew, survive him. His brother George Hawloy lives in St. Louis. The funeral will take pi ice Sunday afternoon from the fatnily residence. Reward for the Harrison Murderers. The relatives of the late George Harrison are offering a $200 reward for tho capture of his murderer. Application bun been mude to Governor Tanner for tho State reward available in such casup, and if it is granted the family will add another 9100 to the sum making tho complete reward §r>00. There ore at present no new developments aa to who the murderer la. Humor lays suspicion on four different parties, but there is no more positive evidence now than there was two weeks ago when the crime was committed. IIBRAHV SUPPER. Annual Library Supper, I rlday tvenlng, Tram 5:30 Unlll 8 O'clock. -Oysters, raw, escallopod; turkey with cranberry sauce; ham, bakdd buuns, Saratoga potatoes, chicken sulad, brown and white Bread, warm biscuits, pickles, oaken, pine apple, charlotte mane, coffee- tea, milk. Library will be open to visitors during the evening. All cordially invited'. Come and havo u social time with your friends. UPPER ALTON, Miss Elian Liudley, who has been visiting for the past month in Greenville and adjoining towns, returned home today. The School Board held its monthly meeting last night. Nothing of much importance came up, the evening being occupied with routine business. Chicken pox and scarlet fever are rampant among tho children here. In one family all of the seven children are down with chicken pox. The town committee on Streets has a gang of men at work grading Merchant street, near Rock Spring Park. Constable Scovell was summoned to a bouse on College avenue in a great hurry about 11:30. o'clock last night by a woman who declared she had a burglar locked up In the coal-shed. Mr. Ucovoll with two other men and his dogs hastened to the spot and easily captured the "burglar," which proved to be a half dozen cats holding midnight revelry. How's This i Wo offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that can not be curod by Hall's Oatarrh Cure.—F. J. Cheney & Co.. Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West &Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.j Walding, Kinnan & Mar vin. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75f per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. If you have catarrh don'c dally with local remodios, but purify and enrich your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Have You Been Coughing a day, a week, u month, a year? Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey will cure that cough. There can be no doubt of it. It IIUH cured many others uquully severe. Druggists sell It. 2f>o. No cure no pay. for Hoarseness. . Ingorsou, of lUulou, ind., says: lie hud not upoketi above a whiupor for months, and one bottle of Foloy'H Honey and Tar restored his voice, it la used very largely by speakers and singers. Hold by K. Alitruh and H. H. Wyss. Superintendent Hulght of the public schools in his monthly report of tho enrollment in tho public schools for tho month says that there Is an Increase of 'M over tho corresponding month last year. At tho lire last evening a now no-/.- zle which waeeent here on trial was used and, while the firemen could not give the nozzles a fair test beoauoo of the Inefficiency of the water pressure, the nozzles did not favorably Impress the men. Oue was broken by being dropped to the ground from the wound story. The nozzles are so made that the stream may be turned off at the nozzle. The city has been asked (} buy a set of them (but If the judgment ot the men who use them it taken, tue expense will not lo In- ooweil, E asy to Take asy to Operate Arc (i';iliin's pccmllur to lluiMl'.s I'llli. Kniiill In alr.o, Ui.fti'K'.st, cMldi'iit, Uior<mi;h. As HUD man Hood's Pills MM: " Youiirvrrknow you havutukutta i>mtlll it l»:ill over." mi. 0.1. Hood & (•;>., Froprletoru, Lowell, Mus.t. TUo wily |>I1U to lake will) Uood'i liiuriuparllla. Dr WimniiiK'lmlluu I'llo Ouituitnil will curu llilnM. lluK ttiiil Uthlnit -. UHnrljKitiu tumor*, ulluyx tlic Htiklub'utuutf, art* MlnH u |>"UH!co, given luutaul ru- llet. Dr. WIliliimK 1 IndianI'ilcOicil' uumt IrtiHuianHl for 1'lliwimil Itrh inU »' tUu I'nvulu purl*. (Overy box Iu H'urrautcKl. Uy drin-'gUtx, by mull on re oelut ot urJra. 6U ctiuw ami 11.00. I"" " " MANUFACTURINe CO.. T-ruwv, C|«v«l» PECtUAR POISONS. UENERATED IN HUMAN BODY. The Result of Imperfect Digestion of rood. Kvery living thing, plant or animal, contalnB witulng ItneU tlio germs of certain decay and death. In the human body these germs of disease and death (called by scientists Ptomaines), are usually thereonltof Imperfect digestion of food; thn result of indigestion or dyspepsia. Tho stomach, from abuse, weakness, does not promptly and thoroughly digest the food. The result is a heavy, sodden mass wiiich ferments (the first process of decay) poisoning the blood, making It thin, weak and lacking in red corpuscles; poisoning the brain causing headaches and pain in the eyes. Bad digestion Irritates the heart, oausln palpitation and finally bringing on disease of this very important organ. Poor digestion poisons the kidneys, causing Brlght's disease and diabetes. And this is so because every organ, every nerve depends upon the stomach alone for nourishment and renewal, ant] weak digestion shows itself not only in loss of appetite and flesh, but in weak nerves and muddy complexion. The great English scientist Huxley, said the best start in life is a sound stomach* Weak stomachs fall to digest food properly, because they lack the proper quantity of digestive acids (lactic and hydrochloric) and pepto- genic products; the most sensible remedy in all oases of indigestion, is to take after each meal, one or two of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, bicause they supply in a pleasant, harmless form all the elements tbe weak stomachs lack. The regular use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will cure every form of stomach trouble except cancer of tbe stomacb. They increase flesh, Insure pure blood, strong nerves, a bright eyeaud clear complexion, because all these result only from wholesome food well digested. Nearly all druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets at 50u full sized package or by mall by enclosing price to Stuart Oo., Marshall, Mich., but ask your druggist tlrat. A little book on stomach diseases mailed frep. Address F. A Stuart Oo. MarHhall, Mich. Many Liven are Saved by the timely use of Dr. Bell'u Pine- Tur- Houey. When a cold creeps upon you, or a cough racks your lungs, 110 remedy la BO prompt or effectual. Don't be persuaded into buying lin- Iraeuts without reputation or merit — Ohamberlaln's Pain Balm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many yeara. Such letters as the following, from L. Q. Bagley, Hueneme, Cal., are conntantly being received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I say so after having used it in my family for several years." It cures rheumatism, lame buck, sprains and swelling. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Bean the Signature of .. The Kind Yoif Have Always Bougiit No Humbug. Foley's Honey and Tar does not claim c i perform miracles. Tc does not claim to cure all cnsex of consumption or nstlitua, but it does claim to give comfort and relief in advanced stages of these diseases and to usually cure early stages. 1C is certainly worth trying by those afflicted or threatened with these dread diseases. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyes. For Kidney Troubles there la nothing better than Feley'c Kidney Cure, everyone who trie* it •will agree to this. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wysa. o .A. s" r i r o"iEOc -^ • Bears tba /y ^ Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of FORTUNE IN RARE rirEo. 1 Cnrlon* nml Vntunblo U««i<« o* « rnllfornln Mnn. The bulk "f <!>« estate of tho Inta Arthur vmi (fif!(,'liK<-» «f Onhlnml, Out., wlro committed Biilcidaaboottwo wcoka BRO, consists of n colliicticm of pipes, which is prolmbly the finest collection of tho Ulncl on tho const and 0110 of tho best in the world. For iidnrly hnlf n ooutury Von Oin«liKt'ii pursued his pocnlinr fad, with tlio rusult thnt today tho collection mimlicru mnny hundreds and is valued at many thousand dollnra Tho Innt will of Von UiesliKe" was recently filed for piobiito In tho superior court by Oeorglnnn von Giegllgcn nnd Ernest Kmmrick, who nro named in the will ns executors. Tho widow and throe grown children arc tho legatees. In addition to tho collection of pipes, of which the vnlue is unkuowii to thn petitioners, tho estate consists of BO shares of tho 1'aclflo States Savings, Loan and Building company, valued at $1,000, and jewelry valued at $100. One estimate of thovalne of tho pipes fixes It at $7,000, but another says that in the right market it would bring twice that sum. Tho collection comprises pipes of almost every kind of material ami workmanship and from every country. There ore meerschaums most fantastically and exquisitely carved, sonio of them perfectly colored. Those comprise the most valuable portion of the collection. Every pipe has its own history. Besides these, there are briers, blackthorns and o groat many other kiuds of wood pipes, some of them very handsome; porcelain bowls and oven clay pipes of ruro design. Some of them cost largo auuis of money, nud all were selected by an export in such mutters. What will now become of the collection Is a matter of speculation, bud thoy should yield u small fortune to the hairs.—New York Journal. ON THE MOVE. We keep constantly on the move tc keep up-to-date in stock, qaalitv and price. Onr CHINA and TOY Stocks have been plucked from the creme- de-la-oreme of the market, and nothing In Alton or St. Louis can compare with them in value for the money. We import our foreign goods and buy direct from the factory in thif country and in many instances retni our goods at leso than wholesale stores ask for them. For the convenience of our many friends we have openec our Toys on the ground floor 317 Belle street, and are now ready to wait on you and urgently advise all to co»ie at once and make their selection. We on'vask a small deposit on all eoods laid aside until wanted. We have the clerks to wait on you now and give your attention which later on we could cot wait on you 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 scale in Alton and we hope you will not wait until the cream of the stock is Ipicked. Come early, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. HOPPE'S CHINA STORE, 110 West 3d it. TOY STORE, 317 Belle St. Lost. Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health, because they have been told their Kidney disease was incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wysa. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th» Signature of ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Daniel W. Collet, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Ad mlnlstrator of the estate of DANIEL W. COLLET, late of the county ot Madison and State of 1111' nols, deceased, hereby gives notice that howl! appear before the County Court of Madison county,at the Court House, In Edwardartlle, at the January term, on the first Monday tn January next, at which time all persons baring claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of bavins tho same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay- moot to the undersigned. Dated this 19th day of Nov. A. D., 1938. ENOS JOHNSON, Administrator. HOTEL MADISON, *. /.. /M/V/t».>. /Vopr/elor. AUCD, 7 W I . YV . GROCER, Cor. Sixth and Alb Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables,. Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, Maple Sap, Fresh Oysters, Celery, Fresh Bread, Fancy Butter, Flour, Pure Spices, Fine Teas and Coffees, e'c. Free l)el| very to any of the Cit. J. Bauer & Sons FURNITURE, Undertakers and Embalmers. Second Street.] Opposite City Hall. [Alton.JHI. We Have an Elegant Line of WINTER SUITINGS for you to select. Also a handsome line of Men's Furnishings In Latest Styles. 203 West Third Street. "IF AT FIRST YOU DONT SUCCEED," TRY SAPOLIO, LISTEN TO NATURE, Backaches, Headaches and NervousneHfi are Messages for You. lOt To moat people a bickaoho seems » very -... pie thing, to bo got rid of by ' 'working It off. 3omcllmes the pnln does "work off—aom .Imci II doen not. Whether It does or n thoughtful people should corns to underatnna that a backache IB a warning that Is not to oo neglected without danger of contrao Ing n oia- ense thai will limit life to B few months, or mny bi> year" of suffering. . Kidney troubles havo boon better understood of latp years, and kldnoy troubles In relation to rheumatism and neuralgia Is only beginning to bo fully coEpreh:-nd>d. Thn kidneys are niters through which tho blood pusses, and Itthey got out of order, the blood remains Impure and every part ot tho body suffers. First the nerves toll inmate. A backache gives warning. Time has fully proven lhat thwmnds who otherwise would surely havo died, have boon restored to health by Morrow's KId-no-olds. Themanner In which this medle'non acts l» Illustrated bj- the caaoof Mrs. Petorllellrung. 102 Race st., Alton, 111., who says: "I was troubled with rheumatism for some time; my suffering was terrible, at times It was almost Impossible for mo to bear It. I had a severe pain In my back! at times the pain In my back was si severe that I could hardly got up or down. 1 could not sleep at night or rest any time. I was told of Morrow's Kld-ne-oids and what benefit they had been to others who had suffered as I did, but I could scarcely bollove It because 1 had irled everything under tho sun lhat was recommended to mo to cure kldnoy trouble ' nd rheumatism, and Ihov did mo no good. But 1 thought 1 would try Kld-no-olde and I got a box at 8. H. Wyss' drug store. I was greatly surprised when In a day or two the pain began to loave me as If bymaglo, and after a time T felt perfectly well and havo continued to feel so ever ilnoe. Kld-no-olds are Yellow Tablets (not pll'«)and cure kldnoy ailments, nervousress, etc. ulyer- lax are small red pollotB and cure constipation. Kld-ne-olds SO cts; Liverlax 2IS ots at druggists or mailed by John Morrow & Co., Chemists Sprlnglletd, O. Hoarseness Leads On to serious irritation of the throat, and may end in a racking, rasping cough Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey will quiet ly clear the throat and leave the voice clear and smooth. It ia an infallible remedy for coughs and colds and al disorders of tue thrbat and lungs Good druggists sell it. 25o. A Little Sniffle, or a stubborn cold, or a deep-seated cough can be cured for good with Dr Bell's Pino-Tar-Honey. This famous remedy, taken In time, will stop the progress of consumption and bring thi color of health to the pallid cheek Druggists sell It. Mr. 0. M. Dizon, a well known merchant of Pleasant Ridge, Fulton Oo. Pa., has a little girl who is frequently threatened with croup, but when the first symptoms appear, his wife gives her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whieh always affords prompt relief The 25 and 60 cent sizes for sale by E Marsh and 8. H. Wyes. Have your gun smithing and loci repairing done at the old river stand of B. Dorsett. A full line of repair will be found there at all times. Good work guaranteed.—W. D. Fluent. R.. R. EXCURSION RATES. P rt Worth, Texas, and return $24. Dec. 3and4. .C.&A H omcseekers Excursions.—Nov. Island IBtl and Deo. Oth and 20th, via the Burlington. Fort Worth Texas and Heturn—Deo. 3c and-lth. Return limit 31 days via Bur tlngton Rou e. R EDUCED Rates to Southern and Wester resorts now In effect via tho C. & A. R. R and connections. C HEAP ISXCURSIONS-To the West, North west, South and Southwest will be run vl C. & A R. R., and all connecting on Deo. 8tl and 20th. Return 11m 121 days. For rates and full particulars apply to O. G. Norrls, Agent j-'HICAGO AND RETURN $2.6»-The C. & A w R. R. will sell excursion tickets at this very low rate on Saturday, Deo. 17th. Good to gc ONLY on special train leaving Alton 8:80 a.m. and for return on special train leaving Chlcagc ll.'SOp. m., Dec. 16th. H unters' Rates to specified points In Alabama Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower pen Insula), Michigan (upper), Mississippi, Mis slourl, Minnesota, Tennessee. Virginia, Wes Virginia and "Wisconsin, via Big Four. For In formation and tickets call on Q. H. Hamilton Ticket Agent. T he C. & A. R. .R. Is arranging a series o> Winter Tours at low rates to Cuba. Porto Rico and Jamaca via Tampa. Florida. All quar antlne restriction against the Island of Cuba have boon raised ana the regular lines of Ocean transportation will fcavo their vessels In sor vice at an oarly date. T O CITY OF MEXICO—Personally Conducted Excursion—Will be run by the C. & A. R R. and connections on Thursday, Dec. 15th Special train of Pullman cars through wlthou change with side trips to Guadalajara, Guana juataand Monterey. Round trip rate only $100 For particulars and reservations apply to O G. Norrls, Agent. The Burlington's Through Car Service—Pal 1 ace Sleepers and Chair Cars (seats free) tc Kansas City, St. Joe, Omaha, Denver, Billings Rock Island, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, St. Pau and Minneapolis. Tourist Sleepers to fan Fran olsco and Los Angeles, Calfornla, Portland Oregon via Denver and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., call o address J. o, Thomas, Agent, Cor California Touris's—The Burlington Route 1 has weekly tourist sleeper excursions, pur sonally conducted (by a Burlington Route Agent every Wednesday Ci am St. Louis, and Tfiurs day from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Lo Angeles and SanJFranclsco. Tho route Is via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City wit] 08 per cent suLshlno throughout the year. Ask your Ticket Agent, J. B. Thomas, for partlou hrs. H omesoekers Excursion ac very low rate, via Big Four. to specified points In Alabama Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Ter rltory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana Michigan, Minnesota. Mississippi, Mlsaourl Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Okl» homa, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin am Wyoming. Tickets will be on sale Nov. 10th Dec. 0-20, Jan. 3-10; Feb. 7-21, March, 7-10 For full Information apply to G. H. Hamilton Ticket Agent. _______ ___ Homeseokors' Excursions. — Upon certain • 'dates of October, November and December tho C. & A. will sell excursion tickets atgreatl' reduced rates to points In Alabama, Arizona , en gan, nnesoa, s slsslppl, Missouri , Nebraska, New Mexico Norm Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Tei as, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming The reductions In rates are ot sufficient Importance to the attention of prospective travelers. For particulars call on O.G. Norrls Ticket Agent M. MAHONEY, NSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two-iti tj doubli brick dwelling 10 room prlng it. 8-room frame dwelling on Fountain it. K-rootn brick dwelling on Belle it, 9-room frame dwelling on State it, 3-roora frame dwelling wltn tlotl Upper Alton Jue-ntory t-room frame dwelling, HI William •rest. uiilM tt went line ot Main itreet. Big monij toll. Two-itory l-room frame dwelling on Bluff at-aore traot near Kdwardirllla Crowing. One itory l-room brick dwelling, oor itb. and Vlueiti, 40-aore fatia, I miles lonthweit of Brighton, Two-ntory brlok itore, no. ill Bell* it* BIity-»ore farm, good brick dwelling and (rime barn, Jeruy count?. Two-Btory brick itore, No. Cll Belle it. Two-itory S-room frame, elate roof dwelling, I iti and «4 aorei ot land. Bonaota for par- ouanr. • One-itpry 4-rnom (rani dwelling, oor. Alb* and Twelfth iti. Two fine lott on State itroet.lnortb ot Bluff it Two loti on Dry IT—" Two-itory 0-room. and iti aoroiot land, a>-aore (arm tbro< ! loti oo Ballon it 7-room frame dw« >-itorr brlok building i.wT Hotel ud boarding MUM. • •ro OM fratu* dweiiln* on ' .... ., largibain ton, of Upper Altoi •ft* Pirn IB* an tu «i, .fl«ar Hirii Thm Utiii or liu under thlibaadlngi OBI ttai, II oral*) three day*, M oentii on* *Mk iOoratii additional tlmeiiamerate, oaikdown. FOR.5ALB. pOR8il,R A uodlum ilia aafi.Moilir makl, 1 ohe», li offie, ohe»p, Apply at thli office, BOI SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Fine all vVool Kersey, all silk lined, regular value $. Special sale #8. Fin? all Wool Kersey, half silk litvd, reguhr value #14. Special sale $7 Fine all Wool Beaver, half silk lined, regular value $12.50. Special sale $6. 50. Fine fancy mixture, regu'ar value $14. Special price $7. Fancy Mixture, all silk lined, regular value $10. Special price $6. All wool beaver, regular value $10. Special price $6. Fine all wool cheviot, new blue, regular value $10. Special sale $5. Fine fancy mixture, regular value $i i. Special price $6 Fine fancy blue mixture, rt-guhr value $9.50. Special price $4.7?. Navy blue and black half silk lined, regular value $c;. Special price $3 50. Special 11-4 all wool gray blanket, regular value $6. Special price $4.^0. Special 10-4 all wojl gray blanket, extra good value for $. Next to Your Wife Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. It may be tomorrow or next day your little, ihin un c'ershirt and drawer-, must give wa tu heavier weights. Where will I buy? you sav to voui.-eif. I don't like to shop and look in ^ores without buying, but how else will I know? Do you know us? We belu-ve we hav-' the best values in Alt* n. Will you help us p ove it? Take our underwear home, compare it with what you get from other stores. If i' is not the best, bring it back and get your money. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. H .A.WUTZLEP* ^Bs^J«Ba> ^" ^»» a^a^Bi^i^i^si^i^i^s^i^iV^ii^i^s^s^il IJB The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street TIMES ARE GETTING HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE HONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED! 600 Ladles with small feet, sizes Z%, 3, 3)6 up to 6 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 93.50 a pair, bat as the sizes are small we are closing them ont at $1.75 a pair. This is a chance in a life time. First come, first served. Come early to avoid the rash. In addition to this great Bargain we have 758 pairs of Ladies' High Grade Shoes that formerly sold for 82.50 to 3.75 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 tbe dollar, at this great sale of irresistible bargains. Also a job lot of Men's and Boys' Fine Russian and Viol Kid Slippers at a sacrifice. This is worth investigating. All kinds of Ladies', Gent's. Misses and Children's Rubber Boots, Over Shoes, 8. A. Overs, Storm and Croquet Rubbers, greatly rednoed in prices at this sale. PFIEFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. DON'T MISS THEM0DELS Sacrifice Sale . 3d and Piasa sts. FALL and WINTER 1899. The most complete line of Foreign and Domestic Woolens for Suits, Pants and Overcoats, just received. Style, Fit, Workmanship and Prices guaranteed. Come and be Convinced before go- Ing elsewhere. M. MORITZ, Merchant Tailor, iu Wwt Third at

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