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Cured HOP Bay. il I.BORAPH PRINTING COHPANY, .UURDAY EVE., BEtJ. 3. my son Geor« was 14, he was stricken with a. terrible nervous afflicttonj Phy- fidans nor medicines helped him. He lost his speech, use of limbs and could hardly swat low food. Before he had finished a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine he could talk and eat well* and 5 bottles cured him. Mrs. Julln O'Connor, WI11H, Texas, t* 1917. MILES' Restorative Nervine is sold by nil druggists on guarantee, first bottle benefits or money back. Book on heart and nerves sunt (rec. Dr. Mllet Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. N iTICE TO ADVERTISERS. <r >-,- year 1N8 we (hall charge the follow.-... Mt transient notice* In our local col- fSR LINK. •ii '' Insertion ....................... 10 oenU. . < tonra loerlloC' ............... 7 cents, .1, iwnlio iniertlona ................ C oenta. RATISOr ADTRRTlelHO. i'RixaiiKT.— to oenta per Inch flr«t Inaertlon, ,M *< o«uin per Inch for each «nbncqiient Inaor ion. M PIT Inch nrnt month, II. 60 per Inch «aob uoMh thereafter. TWO OLD RESIDENTS. II p«r Inch for ln« first Iniertlon, and 50 cent* per lucfi for eacn BabaeQuent inaerttoo. from this country to Africa hnve increased from *»,:!SO,lf>5 in 18fM to «M,flSO,476 in 181/S. The 1m- ports from that country in 188S in ten months were only half as much aa tho exports. Most of the increase has been at the expense of Groat Dritnln. SOME of the Southern States appear to be rather nrrvons about the word- Ing of their invitations to President McKInley to visit their sections. They want him to come as a help to business because of the crowds be will draw, but show a lack of courtesy In the wording of their invitation?. illiberal Classics "The greatest works of the nobleHt minds." Gibbon's History of Christianity. "This Important work contains Glbbon'H complete Theological wrltlnga, separate from hliratic«llaneoniworks, showing, when.whern and how Christianity originated; who were Ita founder- • and what were the 6«ntlm»nt», character, manners, numbers and condition of the primitive Chrlitlans." Crown 8vo, 884 pp, Cloto, *2. Buechner's Force and Matter, Or Principles of the Natural Order at the UalverM. with a a; item of Morality baaed tkereon. A scientific work of great ability and BMrlt. Poat 870, 4H pp,, with Portrait,cloth .11 Voltaire's Romances. A new edition, containing 22 of Voltaire's bolt and wittiest productions, with Portrait and M lllnntratlone. preface and notes by Peter BoUer. Cloth ii.so. Visit to Ceylon. By Ernst Haockel, professor In the Unlrer- lltycr Jena. Author of the Hlatory of Creation, Hlitory of the Evolution of Man, etc, with Portrait and Map of India and (JOT on. Tninilated by Clara Bell; ) vol , post Svo., MS pp. Extra vellum cloth, $1. Mesller's Superstition In all Ages. Jean Matller was a Roman Catholic Priest who, afto-1 pastoral service of thirty years In France, wholly abjured religious dogmas, and left tbli W ork to big last Wllf »nd Testamect to hlaparlshlonors and to the world. 830 pp. ,por- ^trait. Clothtl. The same work In Gorman. 'otoO>,$l, Volney's Ruins of Empires and THE LAW OF NATURE. With Illustra- Uona, Portrait of Volney and Map of the A-<- trologlcal Heaven of the Anolentu. MHO, Vol B«y'« Answer to Dr. Prlontley, a Biographical Notice by Count Daru, and an Explanation of the Zodiacal Signs and Constellations by Peter Eoklor. 248pp. Cloth, Uf. . Social Contract, or. Principles of Political Law. Also, A Project for a Perpetual Peace. By Jean ,Iao- qiienRousieau, citizen of Geneva. One vol., post 6ro., 238pages, with poitralt, extra vol' lam cloth, 75(i. The above [books win be tent, poet paid, to anyladdress on receipt of prk'o. Any Book Supplied. , Correfponco solloUed. ADDKESS , Frederic Dahlstrom. 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. OONMHKN.S meets on Monday. Tho President's inoBBn«o will be delivered at noon to both houses. It fg snid to he the most important message sent to Congress by an Executive since tho close of tho civil war. The President's views on many important fjueB- Will be eagerly awaited by tho public. MONTHLY SUFFERING. THE President will issue in a day or t TO an order excepting from civil service regulations several thousand pc - sitlons now on the classified Hat. The excepted class will consist very largely of deputy Internal revenue collectors, gaugers, storekeepers, and examining surgeons on pension boards. THE Macoupln county grand jury which indicted Oov. Tanner consisted of 17 Democrats, 1 Prohibitlontotand 6 Republican). States Attorney Vanghn. Democrat, says it WHS u political move. Attorney .Walker, of Oarllnville, a life-long Democrat and forty years a practitioner, says It was political verdict, wns foolish, and will not stand. It was simply a Democratic verdict. FRIDAY In the Court of Claims nt Washington, a lawyer spoke of a claimant a woman -as being the forger of a will. Suddenly a boy by the side of the claimant shouted "You area liar." The court, the bar, the spectators, were all amazed. The lawyer turned to Uie youth and said: "What did yon say?" "I said you are a liar, a cowardly liar, and f stand by it." The boy was immediately arrest ed and drought before tho bar for contempt. The Judge cleared his throat and said: "You are In contempt of ^cotirt. You must respect the dignity of tho court, but owing t" your youth, and the provocation 1 wl 1 let yon off this time with a warning." The attorney for the lady claimant turned to her son and said: "My boy I want to hug you," and so would the eutlre]AmerIonn people If they hau a chance. He would not only be hugged but "Hobaonmed" if the .ladies could get bands on him, for defending his mother against a brutal Insult. Related to tach Other and Only a Short Difference In the Date of Coming to 4lton ,md the Date of Their Death*. Oapt. Ueo. K. Hawley, of St. Loulu, formerly of Alton, and a member of the flr.n of Paddock-Hawloy Iron Co , was in town today to attend the funeral of h.'s brother, Mr, Androw T. Hawley, whoso death took place Thursday nljrht. Oapt, Hawley states that his brother died on his 72nd birthday. The two brothers Dame to Alton with their uncle, Thomas Hawley, from the Province of Quebec, Canada, In 18M, when at the ago respectively of» and 13. Their uncle, Thomas, lived In a large log house on the location, whore the meat market of Kirech A Go. now stands on Second street. Tho house stood some dls- tnnco from the street. All the rost of the block except the corner occupied by the Nlsbett building, was a garden plot of its owner, where Qeorge and his brother Atrlrow grew vegetables for the family. They had a cow and other animals, and the stable wan where tho Kodomeyer carriage repository now stands. Capt. Hawley gave many Interesting reminlacensea of the early town. The Captain was for many years engaged In tbe river trade, and told of the importance of Alton's river business in the early days. Capl. W. P. Lamolhe came to Alton a year later than the Hawleys, and became a clerk for the commission house of which Thomas Hawley fun- do to the boys) was tho senior partner. Oapt. Lamothe was a distant relative of the Hawleys. Ho died very near his birthday anniversary — which was Nov..lM. Oapt. Lamothe was HI years and 8 days old. Thus hnve passed away within a few honrs two of the oldest residents of this vicinity, and who wnre related, and who came to Alton a year apart, both having lived in the vicinity of Alton 02 and 01 years respectively. How's This i Wo offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that can not he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F. J. Cheney & Co.. Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 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.; Waldlng, Klnnan & Mar- Vln. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75? per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Tor Rent. G-room dwelling, No. 024 13. Fourth stropt. Apply to Wm. Sonnta?. Lost. Many have lost confidence and hope us wall IIB health, because they have beeu told their Kidney disease was incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. Sold by 10. .Marsh and S. H. Wyss. ITS WEIGHT IN tiOLt). NEW DISCOVERY WHICH WORTH THAT MUCH IS To Any One Afflicted With Piles. The Pyramid Pile Onre, the new, painless remedy which has been eo remarkably successful In curing every form of piles and rectal diseases, has recently been placed on Rale at druggists and It Is ante to say that when Its extraordinary merit becomes fully known, there will bo no snch thing as eurglual opemtlorca for the cure of this obstinate and common trouble. Mrs. M. O. Hfnfcly of HOI Mississippi street, Indianapolis, Ind., says: 1 bad been a terrible sufferer from pll '.i for 16 years and no remedies benell :ed me, ifntll t saw an advertisement of the Pyramid Pile Cure; I got u package, also a package of Pyramid Pills and used both according to direct ions. I was astonished at the Im me late relief obtained arid now honestly believe the Pyramid t > In tbe only certain cure for piles. That you may realise how bud 1 was. I will say that 1 was oonflm <l t< my bed and went before tbei.ll-go physicians here who said my on* > w.ia a new one to them and want ml biven or eight hundred dollars to undertake a cure; the great pain had brought on a rupture, and I knew an operation would be death to mo on nit' Hint u blood poisoning. Nearly t-very out here knows of my terrible oufforlng from piles and I feel that 1 c-innoi praise the Pyramid Pile Cure enough and the Pyramid Pills also. My lmn band will join me In highly iccom- mending tho Pyramid; rnydHughu-r was cured by one box only. l' u r sev oral years I weighed but itbotit W pounds, now 1 weigh ir>0 anil feel It perfect health. This seems to be tbe universal tcs timony of every sufferer from piles who has ever tried tbe Pyramid; it in the safest, most palnlens pile cu-« >et discovered; contains no opiate, inor pblne, cocalue or any poisonous in gredient whatever, has a soothing, healing effect from the first application, and tho moderate price places it Within the reach of every one needing treatment. The Pyramid Pile Onre is sold by druggists at 50u and 91 per package, and the Pyramid Pills at 25o per box. Send to Pyramid (Jo., Marshall, Mich., for free book on cause and cure of piles. devotion*! t > Thursday m • Thursday en HUNTF.RSf Street Ch.ii »n'd 7:01 p. at 9:3^/1 m Olbso-i, Si, • O'ClO'-k I In Oo'l '' 4 ST. PAW ' • tendon, nv '• 4th. (toh 8. S M :: munt Ki 'i at 1:1 ,;n :.. at 'i p. in TrlnPy C \ >• ii'v.l'rk, «'.' . i p. m. i»r»yer meeting at t:*n t. i teneral olM« mp*tln(f first ; in .»ftoh month. BU-TMJ: Mi88ipK~At Cherry or. I li'th and Cherry stt, ROT. •st.ir. Preaching at I0:4."> a. m. •<. *>. with Homo Department 'l-liin 8. B. 2:30 p, m,, 11, r ,:•<% People's meotlne nl5:W 'Dsvld's Strength at i ..:n p ni 2:.'f p "M'TOPAi, CHURCH.—II. M.Chlt- i. Mocond Sunday In Advent Di-c. •'tuition Trinity Chapel ni 0a.m. ' .1. m. Litany, Holy Com• ! •*-?rmon In the church, M. 8. .B. In Trinity Chnp<?) i venlng prayer and sormoi In '' it 3 p. m., and In the church at .i,; praynr and litany In Trinity '• .Jays at 7:30. Fridays In tho .iornlng prayer and litany at in -,ng prayer at 7:90. UPPER ALTON. lAKCmmCH.— Rov. W. H. Bradley, . at 9:80 a, m., J. O. Reynolds, •es at 10:« a.m. every Sunday,ami alternate Sundays. J. R. society 8. E. at 0.30 p. tn. Prayer meet— 7.16 p. m. ^^ ••" -~- ~ * Gai Borden . K, Wednesday . . Mr.ninniflT BPIBCOPAL CHimcn.— North Main • in-i't, Kev. J. A. Largo, pastor. 8. H. at(t:30 a.m. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. t of • women are troubled U monthly luteiv ia th« bead, back, breasts, •honlden.tidei hips and litnbi. But they n t cd Botwfier. _____ Thew pains ire symptoms of oaaeerona derangement* that can oe corrected. Tht men- •trutl function ahould operate paixileMlr. *^ make* menstruation pataleti, and regular. It puU the delicate menatrnal organi in condition to do their work properly. And that «topa all this pain. Why will any woman tnffer tttonth after month when Wine ofCardniwill relievaher? It cojti $1.00 at the drug itore. why don't you get a bottlo to-dayf For advice, in caiei requiring •pecial direction*, address, giving •yniptotnfl, "Tho Ladles' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medlcin* Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. •M. MZIMA LEWIS, !.«Mr.ulj.n'MW«.^{ ^W^:tis.m& Tbe person who disturbed tba con- giwgnuoo iMt Sunday by coughing, is requested to call and get a bottle of PpIey'B Honey and Tar, which always VM relief. Sold by K. Marsh and B. For Pneumonia. Dr. J. O. Bishop, of Agnew, Mloh., uyi: «'Ibave used Foley's Honey MO Tar in three very severe oases of pneumonia the past month with uood limltal. Bold by H. Marsh and 8. H. Mow to Prevent Pneumonia, i BAt this time of tbo year a cold is , wy easily oontraoted, aud if left to l/'inq ito course without the aid of some »U»bJe cough medicine is liable to wrolt In that dread disease, pueiimo- aw< W« know of no better remedy i a cough or cold than Obam- I'D Cough Remedy. We have t it quite extensively and it has al- Wftjrrglven entire satisfaction. Ola : fig, Ud, Tw. Oilier. . Tnlf to tbe ouly remedy that Is i to be aoemlu preventive ot nla. Among tbe many thou- i have used it (or colds and , we bave never yet learned — case having resulted in Persons who nave weak r have reason to fear an at- ute, should Keep (be Tbe 26 and no cent • B. M»r»lj and », H. 6N0 New Bank In Calhoun County. Oalhoon county la about to lose her reputation, and in a few mouths more she will nave little to distinguish her among the counties of the State. For years and years, In fact since time began, Oalhoun has not had a bank, a telephone or telegraph Hue or a railroad in her limits. She has stood with one other county in the State with this remarkable distinction, but the grand old kingdom Is fast losing her grip on her reputation. She has been connected up with the outside world by means of a telephone line via Jerseyvllle during the last summer and now she Is to have a One r.sw bank. Oalbonn'a big apple crop last year started that staid old county on the way of improvement. The farm- era up there have been rolling In wealth ever since and they don't know what to do with their spare change. Whenever they wished to bank their money they had to go to Jerseyvllle which was inconvenient, find then they had inconvenience in getting it out. The farmers of Cal> houn ore going to organize a hank of ( tbeir own and put up a line building at Uardin. Architect Helen of this city has been commissioned to pro- pare plans for the building which is to be finished by January 1. Mr. Kden will go to Hard in tomorrow to hrglu work. Hellglous Notes. Tomorrow night at the I'2th street 0. P. church the gospel In pictures thrown upon a screen will begin the series in the lives of David, Solomon and Abraham. The past two weeks have been given to thu lives of Ohrlst, Peter and Paul. Children's meetings Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons at 4:25 o'clock. 158 children have given their names as dexlritig to begin Christian liven, The meetings will close with another week. Tomorrow evening's service will be conducted in the English language ut the Evangelical church. V. M. <!. A. NOTEH. The boys will have an Illustrated temperance meeting uti!:;m Sunday in the chapel. All boya are moat cordially luvited.) The men's meeting at I o'clock will be novel in Its nature boliw grout thoughts In short sentences. Each one is aoked to have Homo great thought from some well known man. Prof. B. O. Richardson will slug. Plane are being made for a reunion of the campers who spent ten duys in Calhouu county last June. An educational mooting will be hoi J noon when papers on various lines of educational work will bo presented. "Corn and Potatoei Cheap and Itebblts Plenty." A Kansas poatmuster duolln&a to make claim for the loss auatttiuu.l by burglary of his oQloe, ou the ground that "It i» more than the worth of the claim to get It, notwithstanding the ION, 10 and notue cents, represent a two and a half months' salary, but corn end potatos are cheap and r.ib • bit* plenty. 11 Lindley & Dickinson, JJonUsts, Nio- bett bldg., opp. City Building. For Kidney Troubles there is nothing bettor than Foley't Kidney Cure, everyone who tries it will agree to this. Sold by E. AlarHh and 8. 11. Wyss. VINBTAUD SECO.VD BAPTIST CHVUCII—S. 8. at 8p.m. All are cordially Invited to attend. O. Q. Lenlngs, Supt. Y. M. c. A. -Special service for men In the Y. M. C. A. room* at 4 I), ra., Sunday. All mou arc cordially Invited. UNION BAPTIST CnuRcH-Corner Seventh and Georgests. Rev. J. II. Barton. Preaohlngat 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 8.8, at 3 p, m, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Rev. H. K. Sau- borne, pastor. Divine services at 10:46 a. m. aid at 7:30 p. m. -8.8. at a:30 a.m. Y. F-. 8. C. E. meets at 8:80 p. m. CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M E. CHURCH—J. M. Wllkerson,pastor. Preaching at Il:30a.m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. H. S. at 2:30 p. m Thanksgiving services at 10-45 a.m. EVAN(iELioALCHURCH--Cor. Elghthand Henry sts. Rev, Wm. Hackmann, pastor. Preaching at 10.30 a. m. and 7:30 o. m. S. 8. at 9 ». m? Teachers' mooting Friday, at 8 p. m. WASHINGTON ST. M.E. CHURCH—Joslah Abel, pastor. Sunday—9:30 a. m., Junior League. Services at 10:30 a.m.. and 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p, m.,8. S. 6:30 p. m, Epworth League. Thurs- duy—7:30p. m. / Prayer mooting. GERMAN M. E. CHURCH.—Rev. Chas.Heldel, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:JO n m. by tliB pastor. S. S. at 9:30 a. m. Young peo- S lo's meeting at 7 p. m. Prayor meetingThurs- ay at 7:30 p. m Teachers' meeting Friday ut UPPER ALTON. Mrs. T. Q. Emerson is entertaining her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ford, of Greenllold. Rev. C. E. Waterman, of Dnbuque, la., will 1111 the pulpit of the Uaptlst church tomorrow. Mrs. B. W. Stroud is ill at her home on Evergreen avenue. Miss Bessie Qere of Moro, will spend Sunday with relative here. The Shurtleff literary societies held Interesting and largely attended meetings last night. The S/gmaPai Sooiety elected the following now officers who will be installed next Friday night: President, V. O. Stewart; Vice President, W. Benner; Reo. Sec., Elise Leverett; Critic, J. O. Cox; Sergeant at arms, W. Kline; Guardian of Banner, Kloise Burnap. Miss Belle Barnard went to St. Louis today for a fkort visit. The semi-annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of Shurcleff College will be held bore Wednesday, Deo. 8. A colored lecturer spoke at the College Chupel Friday afternoon on"The Rise and Future of the Negro Race." Quarterly communion services and the baptlem of children will he held at the Presbyterian church tomorrow morning. The Illinois Lyric Quartette will give a concert at the High School next Wednesday evening, the proceeds of which will be used toward paying for the school piano. A collection realizing $10 wits recently taken up among the rohool children for the piano fund which yet lacks 930 of being enough. The teachers hope to raise this at the next concert. 7:3« p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH.—Rev. M. W. Twlng, pastor. Preaching tomorrow at 10 45 a. m. and 7«)p.m. Morning subject "Whatahall 1 do wllh my money?" Evonlng subject "Two klndHot Builders." S. S. at 9:30 a.m. Jnnlorn at 4 p.m. U. Y. P. U. at 0:3<) p.m. CONQHECUTiotULCnuBCH.—Corner Sixth and Henry streets. Rev. J. U. J. Rice, paator. S. S. at 0:30 a. m. Prouchlng Services at l(r:45 a. m. and 7:110 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p. in. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Prayer mooting at 1M Thursday evening. W. C. T. U.—The Woman's Christian Temperance Union meeting*, are held the IIrat and third Tuesdays or the month at 3:30 o'clock Id- the Y. M. C. A. Chapol. All meetings are open to visitors and frlenda of humanity are cordially Invited to attend. UNITARIAN CHURCH.—Cor. Third and Alby nts. Rov. Qeo. R. Gebauor, pastor. 8. S. at U:J5 a.m. Church service at 10:45a. m. Subject, "Tendanoles In Modern Christianity. "E oolng service at 7:3U, subject, "The Family and Christianity." Seats free. TWELFTH STREET CUMBERLAND PBEBBTTERIAN CHURCH.—Cor.Twelfth and Henry streets. Kev. J. M. Oalaer, pastor. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Y, P. C. S. E. at 8:80 8. 8. at 9:30a. m., T. H. Perrln.Supt. Teachers meeting, Monday night. Midweek service Thursday night at 8 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH—Cor. Market and Sixth ats. Rev. M. N. Powers, D.D.,pastor. S. S. at9:30 a.m. Preaching at Id'15 n. m. and 7:30 p.m. Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League Jiinur l-nngtie at3 p. m. Fpworth Tongue tiirlonil mtetng at 0 ,10p,m. Prayor meeting W<-,ln,Mday at 7:30 p. m. followed by 8. M. li';rln>r'a meeting. U*PTIST CHURCH.—Corner of College avenue und Seminary street. Preaching service at It): 15 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., Dr. R. Olb8on,Bupt. fir. r. P. V. meeting S.3jp. m. Teao.hor's meeting Monday, S p. m. Business meeting Monday after Oral Sun- <liy, Sp. m. Prayer meeting 8 p. m. Condensed Milk HAS NO EQUAL AS AN INFANT FOOD. /'INFANT HEALTH"SCNT FREE'ON APPLICATION. ' New YORK ConotKStc/ MILK Co NY Have You Been Coughing a day, a week, a month, a year? Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will cure that cough. There can be no doubt of It. It has cured many others eqnnlly severe. Druggists euro no pay. sell It. 250. No THE MOVE. We keep constantly on the move to keep np-to date In stock, qnalltv and price. Oar CHINA and TOY Stocks have been plucked from the creme- de-la-cromo 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 this country and In many Instances retail our goods at less than wholesale stores ask for them. For the convenience of our many friends we have opened our Toys on the ground floor 317 Belle street, and are now ready ,to wait on you and urgently advise all to cone at once and make their selection. We only ask B small deposit on all goods laid aside until wanted. We have the clerks to wait ou you now and give your attention which later on we could Dot wait on yon with satisfaction to ourselves and yourself if we tried over so hard. Nothing has ever been attempted In the TOY line on so grand ind complete a scale In Alton and we hope you will not wait until the cream of the stock Is picked. Come early, iron have nothing to lose and every. Milng to gain. HOPPE'S CHINA STORE, 110 Weal 3d si. TOV STORR, 317 Belle at. After hearing some friends continually praising Chamberlain's Oolic, )holera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle of it for bis owu use and Ii now as enthusiastic over its wonderful work as any one can be. The 26 and 50 cent sizes for sale by R. Marsh and S. H. Wyes. Hoarseness ueads On to serious Irritation of the throat, and may end in a racking, rasping cough. Dr. Bell's Piue-Tar-Honey will quickly clear the throat and leave the voice clear and smooth. It is an infallible remedy for coughs and cnlds and all disorders of the throat and lungs. Good druggists sell it. 25c. For Hoarseness. Ben], Tngerson, of Hutton. ind., says: he had not spoken above a whisper for months, and one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar restored his voice. It Is used very largely by speakers and singers. Sold by Fs. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Mr. 0. M. Dlxon, a well known merchant of Pleasant Uidge, Fulton Co., Pa., has a little girl who Is frequently threatened with croup, but when the first symptoms appear, his wife glvee her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which always affords prompt relief. The 25 and 50 cent sues for sale by R. Marsh and S. II. Wyss, Don't be persuaded into buying llu- imente without reputation or merit— Chamberlain's Pam Balm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters its the following, from L. Q. Bagley, Hueneme, Cat., are constantly being received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I any so after having used it in my family for several years." It cures rbeumatium, lame back, sprains and swelling. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyes. SPECIAL SALE No Humbug. Foley's Honey and Tar does not claim to perform miracles. Ic does not claim to cure all cases of consumption or asthma, but 11 does claim to give comfort and relief in advanced stages of these diseases and to tisnaJly cure early stages. It is certainly worth trying by those afflicted or threatened with those dread diseases. Sold by R. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Hie Kind You Have Always Bought SATURDAY AND MONDAY. JACKETS! Fine all vVool Kersey, all silk lined, regular value 15. Special sale $8. Fine all Woo! Kersey, half silk lin?d, reguhr value 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 J6r Fine all wool cheviot, new blue, regular value $10 Special sale $$. ' Fine fancy mixture, regular value $i i. Special price $6 Fine fancy blue mixture, regular value #9.50. Special price $4.75. Navy blue and black half silk lined, regular value $e. Special price $} 50. Special 11-4 all wool gray blanket, regular value $6. Special price #4.^0. Special 10-4 all wool gray blanker, extra good value for $*. Next to Your Wife tie Signature of A Little Sniffle, or a stubborn cold, or a deep-seated congh can be cured for good with Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. This famous rumedy, taken in time, will stop the progress of consumption and bring the color of health to the pallid cheek. Druggists sell it. One Large Scar Is All Thai Remains of Great Scrofula Sores Neighbors Could Not Bear to Look Upon Her-A Grand, Complete Curo by Hood's Sarsapnrllla After Others Failed. "I WIIH taken with ii«urul(jlu In my hi'iifl ami i.ycn. Not loiif after tills, u Nvrofulu Horn appeared on my hilt cliuek, t'Xt<.'mlliiB- from tny uppor lip to my uyu. Other Boron caino un my nuck and on my rijflit arm iiiul oito of my litnba. They were very troublesome ami painful and soon lii'ciiim) ffrcat running sores. My fare looked no bud that Home of my iioltflilioru <vuj<l not bear to look at inu and udvlHud me lo wt'iir » bandage, but I frim-i! thin would irrlttttu (ho aore and inaku it worvu. Ho 1 Could Not Hide the Soros. My nlufu, who was fuiiiillur svllli a case glmllur lo niiiiu, which had huun cured by llood'H Barna|>arllla, urgud mo to try It. Finally 1 won purauadud to do so, and In n Hhort timu 1 saw U wan helping mo. The Hiirca lu'gun l<i In-ill and the nmi- rulKlu In my hrail W»B l«ittur. In a few montliH the HuruH on my arms aud llinbn all hvultid; lliosti on my nock gradually dlsappt'urud und now they arc all gone. 1 linvti never hud uiivnyinptuin of uorofula Mliii-o. Onu lurKu Bcur on my rigut arm Is all the sign tbut ri'inalns of my tertiblu ulliualon. The muiraiBiu In B|»O cured." MHB. J. M. HAWII, lit mi, New Ilumpulilrc. HOOd f S 8 pa 8 rma In till- best—III taut tliu One Triii< lllooil I'urlBer. HouU's Pills R. R,. EXCURSION RATES. port Worth, Texas, and return $21. 1 Doc. 3 andi. C JtA. omoHeokera Excursions.—Nov. 1st und Ifitu • and Dec. Oth and 20th, via the Burlington. Fo'l Worth Texas and Itetiirn--Dec. 3d aim Ith. Return limit 21 days via Bur- lln/;loit liou e. QGIJUCED Kates to Southern and Western ** resorts now In effect via (he C. & A. R. R. and connections. , r*'lEAl' KXCURSlONB-To the West, North> 'west, South and Southwest will bo run via C. A A U. H., and all connecting en Deo. oth and 20th. Return llm 121 days. For rates and full particulars apply to O. O. Norrls, Agent. Your Undershirt is your nearest friend. It may be tomorrow or next day your little, thin tin dershirt and drawers must give wa\ to heavier weights.' Where will I buy? you say to yourself. I don't like to shop and look" in stores without buying, butv 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 your money. This shows the confidence we have in our underwear. H-A-WJUZliR- The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street r*"ICAGO AND RETURN S2.GO—The C. * A. *^ R. R. will sell excursion tickets at this yery low rate on Saturday. Doo. 17th. Good to go ONLV on special train leaving Alton B:!IO a. m. and for return on special train leaving Chicago 11130 p. m., Doc'. 18th. •• ' • "••• Hunters' Rates to specified points In Alabama, 1 • Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower peninsula), Michigan (upper), Mississippi, Sfls- slourl, Minnesota, Tennessee, Virginia, West ^ t .._ Jig formation and tickets coll on G, Ticket Agent. H. Hamilton, Tho C. & A. R. R. Is arranging a series of 1 Winter Tours at low rates to Cuba, Porto Rico and Jamaca via Tampa, Florida. All quarantine restriction against the Island of Cuba have been raised and the regular lines of Ocean transportation will rave their vessels In service at an early dale. TO CITY OF MBXICO-Personally Conducted 1 Excursion—Will be run by the C. it A'. R. R. and connections on Thursday, Deo. ICth. Special train of Pullman care, through without change with side trips to Guadalajara, Gaana- Juata and Monterey. Round trip rate only $100. For particulars and reservations apply to O O. Norrls, Agent. The Burlington's Through Car Service—Pal• aco Bloopers and Chair Cars (seats free) to Kansas City, St. Joe, Omaha, Denver, Btlllnga, Rock Island, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, St. Paul und Minneapolis. Tourist Sleeperu to S»n Francisco and Los Angeles, CB Ifornla, Portland, Oregon via Denver and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., call or address J. B. Thomas, Agent. Cor California Toiirla s-The Burlington Route • has wuukly tourist sleeper excursions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Houte Agent) evar.y Wednesday f om St. Louis, and Thursday from Kansas (,'lly and St. Joseph to Los AngitloH and Han .Francisco. Tho route Is via Denver, Simula Colorado, Salt Lake City with US per cont nut ahlne throughout the year. Ask your Ticket Agent, J. U.Thomas, for partlcu- TIMES ARE GETTING HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE HONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED! FrNP°RH a ni e s ™ ItU 8n>B » f f et ' 8i T 2 ^' 3 . 3 -tf «P t° 5 to call and see what fhn « 8 HOE8 we are offering at $1.75 a pair. These Shoes are made of the finest Dongolaand Oenet Kid that formerly sold for f3.5() a paJr7 but as the sizes are small we are closing them ont at $i 75 a pair This is it chance in a life time. First come, flrft served. Gome early Wavoid the 5 2^°?,_ to . thla &?<* Bargain we have_768 palw qf_ Ladles' 92.50 MomoHeekum Excursion at vary low rates • 'vlaBltr Four.tojweoi/led points In Alabama. Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kaunas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota. Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nortti Carolina, North Dakota.Okla- hoiim, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tejinesaue, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Tickets will uo on sale Nov. 16th, Dw. u-20, Jan. 3 10) Peh. 7-21. March, 7-Io! For full Information apply to U. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. Momenoekers' Excursions. — Upon certain * 'dates of October, November and December, the C. & A. wilt sell excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates to points tn Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado. Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Ixmlulana, Nortnern Michigan,Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska. New Meiloo, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texan, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, The reductions In rates are at sufficient Importance to merit the Attention of prospective travelers. For particulars call on O.O. Norrls, Ticket Agent i investigating. "J, Misses and Children's Rubber Boots, Over Jroquet Rubbers, greatly reduced in price* at PFIEFFER & BAILEY, 5TAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. Ono of tho season's prettiest combinations appears in a French gown of sage groy oame!'0 hair, with prastron, sleeve tops, and collar of pale blue inlrror velvet. The skirt Is of circular shape, closed In the back by means of small tabs and trimmed to simulate a tunlu, with double shaped rulllesout very scant, and producing only waving lines, which are finished with a barrow stitched baud of a darker shade of grodn velvet. Two similar llouuoes ornament tbe bottom of tbo skirt, which measures four yards. Tbe rulUes of tbe tunic round narrowly up to the waist, wbloh is stitched smoothly across tbe bust, wbere It Is cut In deep points, under wbloh are dainty frills of taffeta silk with needlework edge. Tbe shoulders are enolr- MAIK 1-ltOM HAKHBtt'S BAZAM oled by a deep-shaped collar, which droops over tbe closed sleeve-tops, trimmed lu corresponding fashion. The same decoration is carried out around tbe collar, and finishes the wrists of tbe very small .mutton leg sleeves. Antique sliver bnttona adorn the points of tbe corsage as well as (be straps of tbe skirt. Tbe proper out of tbe gown can be obtained only from tbe out paper patterns published by Warper's liutar, where the gown appears. Tbe gray French felt bat is (rimmed with two long curling plumes of gray, wbloh are separated In front by a square bow of velvet. Quantity of material -Oamel's balr g oods, 10 yards; gray velvet, 3 yards; lue velvet) l yard. M. MAHONEY, NSUKANCE AND REAL ESTATfc POK *ALB. Two «t<rj 4oubl» brink 4w«Ulnir |U loom prtng it. •-room friue dwelling on PounUlD Ik. U-room brick dwelling on Ball* it, 8-room (r»me dwelling on But* it. l-roomfriin« dwelling with Olot* Upper AltoL O&e-itory l-roem trine dwelling, H* William on Blutf 5!h' ..Mt lint ot Main atr«tl. Big moD«> i tali. Two-atonr i-room trim* «wellln. l6-*ur« tract oear BdwardairUU C One itory l-tooa brlot dwelling, cor Mb ami Vine IM, 10-aci»farm, I miles •outawoit of BrlghtoD. two-iiory brick itore, No. "ill Ball* at? Billy-acre farm, good brlok dwelling and frame barn, Jor«ey oountr. Two-itory brlok »tore, No. 611 Belle it. Two-story 9-room frame, slate root dweUlog, Ijtiandtvi »or«iof laud. Boo*a>a (or pur- ot>u»r. One-ttorf «-roc» frame dweltltm, our. Alby Two toe Iota on State sirteLBorU ot BluB tt Two lots OB On "treet. Twp-itory s-room fraoie dwoUlDg, Itrf* DVD U& ill aore* oflajfd, llorth Alton, *>-aore tun tiree mlleanortb o( Upinr Altai s toti oo BSA(OII itrosii *"•••" KBnk 7-KK)B ('^BIS dwillilliti »•'«<•••»». f VBi an'ul SboSi&Ji^Sla 1 ' Ml Me ra nwMwuSw'M ftt n DON'T MISS THEM0DELS Sacrifice Sale Gor. 3d and Piasa sts. ADMINISTBATOR'S NOTIOB. Batata of Danlol W. Collet, daoaaaod. The unileralfned having; to«n appolnteJ Ad- miolitraior of tbe eatateoF * 1 '*^ 1 ""'" AU DANIEI, W. OOUJfT, Ma4l»on and State of nil- lr«« nolloo that be will late of the oounty of Mad nola, deo«ued, her*bygl appear before tbe County Court" of "Madl^'n' pSunty.at the Court HOUM, InEawardsvinS at tbo January term, on the flrit Monday In January ne«t, at wWoh time •11 peraoni ng clalmi agalnat said entato aro no"iae" , M iftMmA to, the purw>M of' «<J|tt»t<»d. Xll person. fYdebted L?S9ft*ft»* *P m »k« inm»aui reqi the wme '..'. »r» .. meat to tbe ui Dated this itftb day lad and having to sail >U pay- ator,

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