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YEAR. iutttt H, l«6.)' ALTON, ILL,, MONDAY, DEC. <j, 1898, TEN CENTS PER WEEK dive the People a Chance fo Patronize Vou-You Can't Expect them to Come to Your Store Until They're Asked. Try the Telegraph? —_—-,.-._.-~^. ._*.—~—_T-—_.>-.., -^—.. ___,— _. .. ^J A Ordinary pnlnt will not do to paint floors. It will neither look well nor WMrwell. Aipeclnl pftlut Is ueetlnd. U must bo ready-mixed, ready for ate. It mail flow oanlly, Imvo a bright, glossy finish, dry quickly and mum not ullrtar, crack, p«ol or rub off. It must have a hard gurtocu combined with unusual elasticity, to »luud being wnlkod ou-tho hardest, kiiid, of W«ar. Juttauou a paint U THE SHERWIN-WlLLIAMS SPECIAL FLOOR PAINT Mad* to paint Boors with—nothing else. Tlie guarantee of tho company I* I bank of every can sold, Hotpfnl snggentlons for economical painting luilde t and ouUlde the house In oar booklet, "Paint Points." Bent free. THB SHtmHN"WIU.lAMB CO., PAINT UNO COLOR Ni»K*ltf, 2820 Stewart Avenue, Chicago; also Cleveland, New York and'Montreal, H. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Agent. Commencing Nov. lOtb, until lurth. er notice, we will sell at Strictly Cash P.-!ce»: Allonr INGRAIN OAKPETS from the cheapest to the Best all Wools at a redaction amounting to 15 per cent. Brussels Carpets and • Velvets enough for a room at cost prices. Bring in your measure. 7. W.. BURC3ESS, Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Buckwheat, Pancake Flour, Maple S p, Fresh Oysters, Celeiy, Fiesh Breao, Fancy sutler, Floui, Pure Spices, Fine Teas and Coffees, e c, T*AI AM|«XV»«A A^v Free Delivery to any telephone OQ. p a nof the city. J. Bauer & Sons FURNITURE, Undertakers and Embalmers. Second Street.) Opposite City Hall. AI(on,_III. 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. Fire and Water-Proof -S* ROOFS K Gravel «^ Composition SK ROOFING MATERIALS JOHN M. SELLERS, of "i Louis, i 6M hMI* roof«4 the toUowio* eulldl ' >uu>«rn Hotol, Now I'laoteir Hou.o, per.'Tob.o»W.«™ouiM., »d Umn'. Brsir»r». Tbt ohupMt »ni bett roofi mr P« «• log. Drop i| poittl to 01 o*U on E. C. MACK, ACT. Com? Shields aa-t Boitt S ree s At to a Electric Power. We are prepared to contract for Electric Power at Low you know of any manufactrer who s seej^g lo Cati ° """Ing Elevators; . operating all kinds of machinery; pumping water; In fact any mechanical application. call on us for «-*< i • Electric Incandescent Lights, Telephone 93, And What There Are of Them Are Small. NOTEMBKB A RECORD BREAKER. Rctnrni fthow Praupcrllr In All of Trade nnO Industry—ftleel I^ailn, Con* ttaot« fur targe Oru>r« ItrlnK Tnkoii In liotli tVeitern und KunK-rri Hill*—Wlient Mood nt thd High Murk—Kiporlo of Wheat and Corn. New York, Dec. 6.—H. Q, Dun & "O.'B weekly review of trade »ay»: The report of failures for the month of No- vehiner IB extremely gratifying, because It Bhowa not only a decrease In number and a smaller amount of liabilities than In any other month excepting three summer months Hlnce the monthly record began, but because careful anaylsls shows a striking Improvement both In the small and In the large failures, and In nearly al! classes of Industry and trade. Considering lhat failures are usually smallerlnaum- mer months than In November, the monthly return may be considered about the best ever made, and shows a condition of financial soundness rarely surpassed. Nobody can estimate the gain for the Iron and steel Industry which will result from the last week's transactions In steel rails, which are nald to exceed 700,000 tons. The makers have failed to agree and to complete the consolidation under which a single agency wtts expected to sell all the rolls for domestic use or for export, and the western works entered Into an agreement by themselves and fixed their scale of prices at. »17 for Plttsburg, J18 for Chicago and $19 for Colorado, and the Illinois Steel works are said to have taken orders In a single week covering much the greater part of next year's capacity. Large Orden Takcu. But eastern concerns have not been Idle, and have taken such large orders that the output of the year is now expected to exceed 2,000,000 tons. Bessemer pig Is stronger at Plttsburg, where purchases of 30,000 tons have cleaned up. stocks held outside the association, but is selling at J10.40 there, while the association demands $10 at Valley Mills. Grey, forge Is teady, and other pig Is In better demand at Chicago and Philadelphia. Finished products of Iron and steel are unchanged In price, although plates and bars are In remarkably heavy demand, especially for car building. Sales of wool have been large In November, 39,876,800 pounds In flve weeks, against 34,122,400 last year and 26,831,000 In 1892, but they have been effected by Important noncesslons In price. Manufacturers have somewhat larger orders and are more hopeful but a considerable share of the machinery must Inevitably remain Idle until the material Is cheaper in comparison with the cost of wool and goods In other countries. The rise of cotton to 6.62 cents, which had no other basis than an Impression that cold weather and storms late In November might do much harm, reacted a sixteenth, but rose on Friday and closed at the top price, with Improvement In the goods market. While prices of print cloths are unchanged the prices of some heavy goods and bleached shirtings are a trifle higher. Wheat Market tower. The wheat market has been lower with heavy western receipts and has declined % cent. Atlantic exports have been 6,123,056 bushels, flour Included, for the week, against 4,187,632 last year, and Pacific exports 1,810,225 bushels, against 1,857,959 last year, and for five weeks the total exports have been 23,304,863 bushels, against 26,122,709 last year. Within the same time corn exports have been 14,490,283 bushels, against 12,881,532 last year, and the price has risen >4 cent. It Is a most significant fact, which all Interested may keep well in mind, that exports of wheat about equal the greatest ever known In any crop year thus far, but are accompanied by ;orn exports also but slightly exceeded In the year of greatest movement heretofore. The possibility that foreign dependence on American food supplies are permanently Increasing may be worth considering. Failures for the week have been 2S1 In the United States, against 306 last year, and nineteen In lanada,'against twenty-eight last year. Made Tlinlr I'lle and <ioing Homo. St. Incuts, Dec. 5.—A party of Chinese, consisting of nlnp men, one woman and a baby boy. passed through St. Louis en route Cri.m South America to the !ar Orient. They had bepn located at Colombia, South Air.prlca,, and all the men were engaged In different enterprises, accumulating $70,000. Chong Wong was the only one of the party who tallied Fnjjllsh. The woman was his \vlfi> and the first Chinese woman who has been In St. Louis for years. rhe.Wabnsh railroad gave bond to tho LInlted States government for the :ransportatlon of the party from St. Louts to San Francisco. Chong Wong stated that they were going to China o remain. Accident In Jonkey Shield*. San Francisco. Dec. 6.—Near the flush of the second race ut Oakland, Sugden. with Jockey John Shields up, bolted across the track und dashed through the fence which he failed to clear, and hen leaped fully thirty-five feet down the embankment. Here he stumbled and fell, throwing the Jockey who had cept his seat until then. Shields was hrown on the grass and was picked up with a broken collar bone. He Is a ion of Abe Shields, the well-known lorseman. The colt Sugden was badly irulsed but not seriously Injured. Dylnv Wuiuan AonugeM Her lliittbuud, Jeffersonvllle, Ind., Dec. 5.—Mrs. George Oreen. victim of nn assassin's >ullet, flred on the night of Nov. 21, vhlle standing at her gate In Center- Ille, IB dead. Hi' ante-mortem statc- nent, made to Prosecutor Montgomery, hurgt'B her husband with doliiK the hooting. At Mrst she claimed that a woman dressed In mule attire commlt- ed the deed. Oreen IH In Jail. War- ants have been Issued for Charles lltchell, Carrie Downs and Maggie Moan, alleged accomplices. Precautions Ajfulntit CarlUU. Madrid, Dec. C.—Additional precau- lons ,have been taken by the government Against the CurilsU In the prov- ncua, notably In Saragassa and Biscay. auction • Armc* owvo. The l#rt wjve In the world for outs, brulaes, Boree. pjoew, »ftlt rheum, fa* er aoree, tetter chapped hands, ohll- Iftbu, ooruv, and all ikla eruption*, and positively cure* pile*, or no pay Blreo. H to guaranteed to give eot MtMaption, or money refund- d, Woe W oenta per bo*. Tor inle I. Mar»h. Alton and Upper Alton Kor Kidney Troubles aere ia nothing better than Poiey'c :idney Cure, everyone who tries It will agree to this, Hold by E. Marsh andB'H, WysB. Toe pa -ion who disturbed tba con- H. Wyw. RoVAL Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum* Alum bafcfag powdoi are the gmttet mcoaeen lo health of the proent day. KOYAl tAKIHO POWMtn (XX. NtW VOOK. MORE WRECKS REPORTED. Now York Agent* Worried Over the Safet or VeMDlB. New York, Dec. G.—Vessels that lef this port Nov. 25 bore the brunt of th double hurricane. In many cases th names of wrecks sighted at sea canno be made out, and agents are worrlei Other vessels have not been heard from "I don't know where the end will be, said an agent. Swan & Son, agents for the bar! Glenelda, have received word frorr Captain Corning that she was wrecke and that the crew was In Bermuda. Sh was struck by the storm and dlsmoste Nov. 27, and was abandoned on th 29th. The Glenelda had cleared fo Buenos Ayres. Word was also receive of the wrock of the schooner Kate Flint. The British steamship Baron Cawdor Captain Sutherland, Just arrived from Java, had a boat and her steering gea smashed during a forty-hour struggl with the gale. The German steamshl Sera, from Bremen, which arrived wit passengers, had the forward part of he saloon stove and her bridge stanchion twisted. Three barges, which were cu loose In the sound Sunday, have bee: rescued from the north shore of Lon Island. Thirteen sailors were take safely Into New Haven harbor by tugboat. Anxiety for Hunting Partlen. Onset, Mass., Dec. 6.—Much anxlet is felt for a company of Onset sports men who started on a gunning and flsh Ing trip at Sandy Neck In Barnstab last week and from whom no news ha been had since the storm. The part Included Nelson Husklns, proprietor o the Glen Cove hotel; his son, Nelso Hucklns, Jr., a designer ard builder Alton and John Cunningham. Th party were expected home last Monday Mr. Hucklns, Sr., had a hunters' cam at Sandy Neck. This beach was cleare by the storm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Azelweeks of Onset also have not bee heard from since the storm. They wer at Barnstable on a fishing trip. The! camp was a short distance from th Sandy Neck cottage of the Huckln party. Sighted a Wrecked Ve»el. Liverpool, Dec. 5.—The British steam er King Arthur, Captain Hendry, from Demarara, has arrived here and re ports she sighted the British stcame: I.ondonlan on Nov. 29 In latitude 4 north, longitude 16 west on her beam ends'on the starboard side, with deeki and hatches submerged. All her boat were gone except a small boat an< there was no sign of life about her. A strong northwest gale j-aa blowing a the time and the vessel'vas apparently fast settling by the head. The London Ian sailed from Boston Nov. IB for Lon don In command of Captain Lee. Two Vessels OYerdue. Taeoma, Wash., Dec. 5.—The Pi-end bark Colbert, Captain Lorean, and the British ship Carradoc, chartered to load wheat here, are overdue and some anxiety Is felt In shipping circles for their safety. The Colbert Is 131 days ou from Natal and the Carradoc fifty eight days from Kobe. Twelve per cent, re-insurance has been paid on th Frenchman and 5 per cent, on the Brit- isher. OEHMANY AFTER CAROLINES. Report That She I« Negotiating with Spain Con.flrined. Paris, Dec. 6.—There was no joint session of the peace commission Saturday The Americans had a three hours'meet- Ing In the morning. The report from Berlin that Germany Is negotiating for the purchase of the Caroline Islands Is confirmed from several quarters, although Count von Munster-Laclenburg, the German ambassador here, Informed a correspondent of the Associated, Pi-ess that hi knew nothing at all about the matter, The American commissioners are Inclined to believe the report, and It is looked upon as explaining the reluctance of the Spaniards to give the Americans nn answer In regard to the Caroline Islands, as well as on the question of religious liberty there, und the latest developments confirm the report thai the Spaniards have been Instructed not to yield on these points until they have made a good bargain, Geriimnn Friendly to Filipino*. Manila, Dec, B.—The JJong Kong newspapers having asserted that the altitude of the Germans here was hostile to the Insurgents, the Germans of Manila have circulated a statement saying the Germans are thoroughly friendly towards the Filipinos. This statement Is signed by the German consul and the German business firms. The natives Infer that the Germans are favorable to the Independent faction. Advices from Caplz say the Spaniards have abandoned that town and that 800 InmirgcntB, with eight cannon, advanced upon It on Nov. 24. Student CiovU HUH MI«aln B . Alumi'da, Cal., Dec. 5.—Mystery still surrounds the disappearance of Adolph Goetz, the Stanford unlvemlty student who loft the home of his friend, Mrs. A. H. Clark, Sherman place, this city, the evening of Oft. 29 and dropped completely out of s'ght. There Is u strong sUHjilclim Hint lie WUH imirdcrod u» he wits known to have hud money In hl» possession when ha dlmippc-ured. Mrs. Christine Klnne of Richmond, Jml., and Mrs. M. A. Goetz of Ludlow, Ky., are among the young nuin'H relations who lire endeavoring to locate him. Two Trdliu In CollUlon, Baltimore., Doc. 6.—On account of fog tho second section of a freight was run Into by the third section at Walkvrton on the- ChU-ue" division of the Baltimore and Ohio and the following train men were Injured: Kiit?lnumun Iluyen, right leg broken; Plroman Buum.nllght- ly Injured; Conductor Hummers, leg broken; Conductor Tlioimm, berlouwly Injured,- Ilrukoniun Thulium, badly hurt; Ilrakcmun Hughes Cooper, slightly hurt; Kin-mini Drown, slightly hurt. Iht Kind You HiwMmnewgtt KILLED BY Keeper of a Pennsylvania Hote Shot'D Death. ATTKMPTKI) T<» FI(;IIT TIIETIIU«R Ho Mnkcn n Itmli for HIP Men but In Him Down llr fore (loliiK Ten Feet—Wnlcli ninn In n Slore nl I'limnnnt I.nUo, I nil. Tied in Front of n Hnte Wlillo II Wa Ilnlnic Illown Oprn—Heavy Uobbcry o Jourli-y nl Chlrni{(i, Scrnnton, Pa., Due. 5.—M. F. Cor corun, ex-postmaster ftt Duryea, small village In Luzerne county, was eliot and killed by burglars In hlg mi loon which adjoined his residence. HI; housekeeper was nagged and bound am Uie safe blown oven. The men whi committed the crime have not yet beet discovered. Corcoran \vn» proprleto of the Duryea hotel. He closed th< house shortly ntfer midnight and re tired to his room. The presence of th burglars In the building wns not known to him until he was aroused by th screams of (he servant girl. The lat tcr'B room was at the head of the stair way and was the first room entered. Corcoran Shot Down. After the girl had been bound am gagged the burglars started for th room occupied by Mr. Corcoran, bu they were met In the hallway by th latter. Mr. Corcoran rushed at the ap preaching men but was shot down be fore he had gone ten feet, the bulle striking him In the neck and severing his jugular vein. The burglars then tol the girl to make no outcry or she als« would bo killed. The men then blev open the safe, securing about $300 When they had left the house Mis Monahan, the servant, managed to ex trlcate herself and gave the alarm, bu no trace of the men has yet been found Miss Monahan says there were fou men. Suspicion Is attached to severa strangers seen In Duryea for the pas week. They are said to have dyna mite cartridges and revolvers In thel possession. The robbery occurred abou 3 o'clock. WATCHMAN'S 1'KHILOt'S POSITION Compelled to Sit In Front, of a Safe Wlitli It Is Blown Open. Waterloo, Ind., Dec. 6.—Chadwlck Ransburg & Co.'s general store a Pleasant Lake, a small place ten miles north of this city,-was entered by burg lars at 2 o'clock In C" morning, th safe completely dcn;i.^Q .ed and lootec of Its contents. Six or seven men in a gang surrounded the store, three o them securing entrance In the fron door, and woke up Carl Bergman, who watches the store. Covering him with revolvers they compelled him to sit on a chair In front of the safe. The second charge of dynamite completely wrecked the safe, blowing fragments of it through a plate glass window across the street, breaking through the ceiling of another house. While the second charge was exploded the burglars left the store and compelled Bergman to retain his seat and risk his life from the explosion. They then returned and took all the money and a lot of notes. It was first announced that $2,500 was secured, but Mr. Chadwick gave a conservative estimate of $1,000. Train llobber Sentenced. Fergus Falls, Minn., Dec. 6.—Link Thayer, the last of the six men to be tried on the charge of holding up tha Great Northern express train Nov. 10, who was convicted by a Jury, has been sentenced by Judge Searle to twenty years In state's prison, being the full limit of the law. The other trials were continued until the May term of court, when Mlnot, Hoffman and Hall will be tried Jointly. Ilnrkoepor Held Up. Chicago, Dec. D.—Two robbers entered the saloon of Thomas Gaynor at 136 Custom House place at 6:30 o'clock In the morning, strangled Thomas Falkner, the bartender, made an Ineffectual attempt to get at $800 which was in an iron safe, and departed with $24 which the}' extracted from the cash register. Before departing the robbers fired a shot at the prostrate and gasping bartender. Koliuotl of Their Jc»'«ln. Chicago, Dec. 5.—Jewelry and diamonds, said to aggregate In value $4,600, were stolen from the apartments of Mr. and Mrs. Max Blumenthal at the great Northern hotel, according to a report made to the central station police. So far no clew has been secured that would tend to establish the Identity of the thieves. CASE oFVEttSON II. BURKE. Coiiimlllvo Ileoonunenda That lie Be Expelled from tlm liar. Cleveland, Dec. 6.—The report of the trial committee of the Bar association on the disbarment proceedings against Senator Vernon H. Burke has presented at a special meeting of the association. The committee make the following recommendations: First—Tlmt Wrnon H. Burke be ex- TUB EXC0.LENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS is due not only to tho originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to tho cure and skill with which it Is manufactured by scientific processes known to the OALIFOHNIA Fio Svitup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon the Importance of purch&Bing the •xuo and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Wigs is manufactured by the CALIFORNIA F<a SVBUP Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will isslst one in avoiding' tho worthless imitations manufactured by other partied. The high standing of the CALIFORNIA Fia BYIIUP Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Vlgn has riven to millions of families, makes ,ho name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is 'ar in advance Of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and xjwels without Iri'itutliJtf or weaken- ng them, and It floes not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get Its beneficial effects, please reuuiiuber the uuwe of the Company — CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 00. *KW YME, M.T. J'l'licu n •••::' ••:•.- •- •: > yi-i.iria ,",:•.. »-,;.;••:.lion. Hocond—Tliiit tho flfcrolary of the ns- goclatlun lie illroitcil to present a copy of these niitllngR to the committee of Investigation to lie treated as a complaint In writing niithorlxInR swli pro- eeedlngH against Hon. Frank K. Uellen- baugh an they may deem proper. Third—That the secretary of tha as- goclatlon lie directed to present a copy of thin report to the oil-cull court of Cus'ahoRa county for such action In the premises as the court may deem proper. Tll« MtigoWftli* Nklp Out. Erie, 1'a., iJoc. 5.—Mr. and Mrs. Prank A. Magownn have given their case here (mother sensational turn by setting out of town, taking with them Mrs. Magowan's chllil, Edith Herly Barnes, whose abduction from Cleveland, Nov. 14 was the openlnR act of the present case. It Is generally believed lhat the Magowans are in Canada^ Oraln Kxportari* Jubilant, Baltimore, Dec. C.—The grain exporters at this port ure Jubilant over the conditions that prevail hero with re- garcl to ocean tonnage. Vessels are coming In rapidly and grain Is being ehlppt'd In large quantities. The situation Is easy and there Is no congestion. Uunuont fM-orplon Overdue. New York, Dec. 6.—It Is reported that there was considerable anxiety as to the United States gunboat Scorpion, formerly the yacht Sovereign. She left Havana, It Is said, for this port last Sunday, nnil ban not yet been reported. All the steamers arriving from the south since then report having encountered stormy weather. The armament of the Scorpion Is said to be so heavy that It would make the gunboat unsafe In a gale. Will Operate tho Dlntllleiy. Peorla, Ilia., Dec. fi.—Jacob Woolnet now declares that he Intends to flt up the Great Kastern distillery and operate It at once, grinding 0,000 bushels of corn a day. His action has greatly angered his brother, Samuel Wooluer, vice president of the Standard company, and he has filed In the recorder's office evidence of Jacob Woolner's Indebtedness to him amounting to $47,000. Illim to I'unftraa Cnnul. Washington, Dec. 5.—Information has been communicated to the state department by Consul Hart that the house of representatives at Bogota. Colombia, has rejected the petition of the Panama Canal company to extend for six yeara the time for completing the construction of the canal. The company still has six years in which to carry on the •work. Glllet Not Under Arrest. City of Mexico, Dec. B.—Nothing la known In this city of the reported arrest In Chihuahua of Glllett, the missing Kansas cattle king. It Is said at the American legation that nothing has been heard in the matter and that GII- lelt could not be arrested unless his extradition had been formally requested. Cremated While Held In tho Wreck. Athol, Mass., Dec. 5.—Two eastbound freight trains on the Pitchburg railroad collided near here yesterday and a brakcman, P. W. Knight, of "Wlll- lamstown, was caught In the wreck by the legs and burned to death In spite of the efforts of his comrades to release him. First Spool Threader Dead. Lebanon, Ills., Dec. B.—Mrs. Martha Little Davidson, who enjoyed the distinction of having spooled the first spool of thread In the first factory known to the thread industry of America, died at her home here, aged SO years. AoutJinll Seutonced to IViffoii. St. Paul, Dec. 5.—Jarnes H. Southall, whose dealings In fraudulent government time checks were said to have caused losses to firms and Individuals all over the country to an amount aggregating $750.000, was sentenced to prison for ten years at hard labor. The specific ehnrg-e against Southall was grand larceny and his conviction was one of a half dozen or more Indictments. Dr.Bull's COUCH SYRUP Will cure Croup without fail. The best remedy for whooping-cough. Doses small. Price 25 ots. at druggists. Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need puffer no longer oeoanae this great remedy can cure them all. It fa a cure for the whole world of stomach weakness and indigestion. The cure begins with the irfit dose. The relief it brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter how long yon have suffered, your cure is certain under the use of this great health-giving force. Pleasant and always safe. Bold by 8. H. Wyae. Lost. Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health, because they have been told their Kidney disease was ncurable. Foley'o Kidney Oure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. For Pneumonia. Dr. J. O. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., iays: "I have used Foley's Honey ind Tar in three very severe oases of >neumonia the past month with good results. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. DRTTWOTW They overcome WeulrncsH, li - rcK'ilurHy ami oinUslonr!, tn- crcuriO vigor nn<? btuilktt "pu/nc of uionatruutlou." Tlicy arc "Life Savers" tottlrlaat wunnnUood, aiding ._. development of nr^uim nun jodv. No known remedy for wumeii vuuuu hum. Cannot do harm lit" ucromuH u iilcas- ro. *l |>er box by mill. t*T Sold l>r drujriililH. OR NOTTS CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohla For aale by 8. B. Wyes. "80 YEARS' EXPERIENCE THE HOLIDAY SEASON la at baud at Marsh's Drug Store, Yon will find Cigars, Choice Perfumes, Hair and Cloth Brushes, And many other beautiful and useful things. Howell's Carpet House has some fine new patterns in Carpets, just the latest things out, and the prettiest to be had. Rugs of all kinds, Linoleums, Oil-Cloths and all kinds of seasonable household goods we can show. Orders for Carpets should be sent in at once to insure prompt delivery. A. J. HOWELL, 117 West Third Street. Henry Watson, Contractor and Builder. McAdam, Building Stone, Cut Stone, Curbing, Doorsills, Window Sills, etc., etc., Alwayi on hind. Aliol. Dealer In Cement, Lime, Sand and Plaster Paris Side Track! Running Into the Quarrlc*. Telephone No. 31. AI TON If I " Residence 6a8 Alby it AL« 1 wJHI> IL*L, 3 We desire to call attention to our New FALL AND HOLIDAY GOODS, And invite you to inspect our line of Beautiful Rockers f- ParIor Pieces and Desks. Our stock is more, complete and our prices lowei than ever before. For good goods at low prices deal with the reliable and old established furniture house of J. SUTTER & SON 210 W-. Third Street. Licensed ARCHITECT General Superintendent tnd MecDnnlcal Draughtsman. IVATENTS -To toy puruou wishing to obtain Letters Patent on new InroDtloni er Improvement* 1 d««lgoi, 1 w< uniecute drawings nod specifications and make application! (er patentee. 103 W. TMIHl) STPBBT. Third Plonr "IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED," TRY SAPOLIO. No! it is not claimed that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in advanced stages, it holds out no such false hopes, but DOES truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure. For sale by E. Marsh and S. H.^Wyss. Anyone lendln quioltlr woortftli! Invention li pro TRADC MARKS DC*ION8 OOFVRIOHT8 AC. FALL andWINT 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 going elsewhere. M. MORITZ, Merchant Tailor. 112 West Third st nil a sketch and deicripUnn ma; li! our opinion Iron wlietker mi otntiy unleijUlilo. romciiiiilcii- lonitlrlolirnJJidilumM, ltnuiit>mli mi I'uluiitl tuul lro«. Olilolt ajtoiier for noourini; imtonlj. 1'utonn token turimvli Muini & Cu. rocolv* tpecittl tutttft. without clLMTjio, In lliu Scientific American. A hmifconiolr Illuitra milnllon of any •oluijuao totiriml. , £9«r i four nioiiUu, it. Hold by nil uvwidenle wooklr. J.«rgwt elr- Tunui, tD « S. F. CONNOR Real Entile, Insurance and Collectlof Agent ffloe: PlMi Bullii.'ug 'tot Lota ^s-J HOTEL MADISON, , A, L. D4NIBL&, ProprMa/. ? ..,<t.. j •. Jt'jU

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