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SIXTY-TM1H& YEAR. Jiasar* 14, IMt)t ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, DfiC, 6, 1898. TEN CENTS PER WEEK Give the People a Chance to Patronize You-You Can't Expect them to Come to Your Store Until They're Asked. Try the Telegraph GAILBORDEN EAGLE BRAND CONDENSED MILK. OUR litosTrMtED PAMPHLET ENTITLED "BABIES"SHOULO BE IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD. SENT ON APPLICATION. 1 YORK CoNDENSto MiLK Co. New YORK. Commencing Nov. 10th, until further notice, wo will sell iftt Strictly Cash Meet: All our INGRAIN CARPETS from the cheapest to the Best all Wools at a redaction amounting to 16 per cent. Brussels Oarpete and Velvets enough for a room at coat prices. Bring in your measure. 7. VV. BURGESS, cor. Sixth and Alby sts Best Brands Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Buckwheaf, Pancake Flour, Maple Sjp, Fresh Oysters/Celery, Fresh Bread, Fancy butter, Flour, Pure Spices, Fine Teas and Coffees, e'c. TVttA M Ksv*«ik A.rv Free Delivery to any I eiepnone 09. Par t of the city. We desire to call attention to our New FA1JL AND HOLIDAY GOODS, And invite you to inspect our lin? of Beautiful Rockers, Parlor Pieces and Desks. Our stock is more complete and our prices lowet than evtr before. For good goods at low prices deal with the reliable and old established furniture house of J. SOTTER & S0N 210 V*. Third Street. J. Bauer & Sons FURNITURE, Undertakers and Embatoere. Second Street.] Opposite City Hall. Alton, III. We Have an Elegant Line of WINTER SUITINGS for you to select. Also a handsome line of Men's Furnishings In Latest Styles. I 203 West Third Street. Fire and Water-Proof Gravel ^ Composition «• ROOFING MATERIALS ) o» Rl " Electric Power, We are prepared to contract to Electric Power at 1fyouknowof any manufactre, who s seeking lo» lm ° * or runnlns Elevators; rail on us for Electric 11 Incandescent L($lit8, Telephone 93* t Reassembles Under Circumstances of Unusual Interest* INCIDENTS OF THE OPENING I)AY. the lUadlni; of 1'relldeat Mottlnlejr'i Annual Menace Lliteneil to With Considerable Intereit—OvatloD Tendered to " Fighting Joe " Wnoelef by M.iiilnri ot tlie Home—Representative Sillier In- trodurea R.iolntlon of InreitlfRtlan, Washington, • Dec. 6.—Congress converted promptly at noon. The galler- of both houses were crowded. There wag a good attendance of senators and members. At 11:46 the floor of the liouie was cleared of all those not en- Itied to th« privilege. The leaders as a rule Were late In arriving, but is they appeared they were surraund- cl and cordially greeted. Hltt ot Illinois, chairman of .the committee on foreign affairs, Dalzell of Pennsylvania, ona of the members of the committee on rules; Henderson of Iowa, of the same committee, were each given an ovation. Dlngley, the floor leader of the ma- orlty, and Bailey, the minority leader, came In simultaneously from the lob- Men of their respective sides. Bailey, went Immediately to his seat and Dingey as soon an he could disengage hlm- elf from the friends who crowded about ilm, crossed over to the Democratic side and shook hands with his political adversary." As the hands of the clock pointed to noon the giant form of the peaker pushed through the green baize doors of the lobby In the rear of live mil and Reed ascended the rostrum. A wave of applause swept floor and gal- ertes upon his appearance. Oration to General Wheeler. At the conclusion of the chaplain's irayer the speaker announced that the Irst business In order would be a call of the roll to determine the presence of quorum. While the responses were >elng made General Wheeler of Ala- >ama came In and took his seat In the row immediately In front of the speaker's rostrum. He was Instantly surrounded by half a hundred members ,nd received the ovation of the day. The roll call developed the presence of 267 members, 179 being a quorum. Three new members were sworn In. Grosvenor of Ohio presented Charles Dick, elected to nil the vacancy caused by he death of Mr, Northway, Allen of Mississippi presented Thomas Splght, elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Sullivan, who was elected to the nenate, and Grow of Pennsylvania William H. Graham, ilected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Stone, elected governor of Pennsylvania. With uplifted hands they took the oath. Dingley, the floor leader, offered the cus- :omary resolution for the appointment of a committee of three to Join a slml- ar committee of the senate to wait upon the president and Inform him that the house was ready to receive any communication he had to make. Home Takee a Recenn. It was unanimously adopted and the speaker appointed Dlngley, Cannon and Jalley. A resolution was also adopted nstructlng the clerk of the senate that :he house was ready to proceed to business. The house then took a recess until 1:30 to await the arrival of the president's message. When the house •eoonvened after the recess that committee appointed to wait upon the pres- dent appeared and reported that they lad discharged their mission and that .he president had said that he would communicate with congress Immediate y In writing. Dlngley had hardly made this report, before Majbr Pruden, the president's executive clerk, appeared and announced the message of the pres- dent. The seal of the envelope In which the message was contained was Droken by the speaker himself and It was Immediately laid before the house. The members on the floor and spectators In the gallery settled themselves in their seats and gave the reading ihelr most earnest. attention. IN THE SENATE. Roll Call Develop, the Presence or Sixty Seven Members. Promptly on the stroke of 12 o'clock Vice President Hobart entered the sen ate and ascending to his desk, rapped [or order. Hev. Mr. Mllburn. the venerable blind chaplain. In a profoundly Impressive manner, returned "devout and reverent thanks, for God's goodness to us as a nation and for his care* of us since last gathered, In this chamber." A call of the senate developed the presence of sixty-seven members. The usual resolutions were offered and adopted. Culloni offered that to appoint a (ommlitee'lo Inform the house that the senate was ready to transact business. Hale, that fixing the hour of dally meeting at 12 o'clock noon; and Horrlll, that to appoint a committee to notify the president that the senate was awaiting any communication he might desire to make. Morrlll and Cockrell were named by the vice president to Join a like committee of the house of representatives to call upon the president. McBrlde of Oregon presentee) the credentials of his newly-elected colleague, Simon, to whom the vice president administered the oath of office. Pending the receipt of the president's message the seriate, on motion of Allison, took a recess of thirty minutes. At 1:26 p. m. the committee appointed to wait upon the president reported the performance of Its duty and announced that the president Immediately would communicate with the senate In writing. Scarcely had the report been mado when Major Prudon. executive clerk ol the president, entered the chamber OIK presented the message. Vice President Hobart laid It before the senate al once, and lt> reading was begun at 1:28 p. m. CONDUCT Of TI1K WAR. Resolution for Invi-itlitallon Introduced In Ilic Home, Washington, Dee. 6.—Representative ..ulxnr of New York, ranking Democratic member of the house committee on military affairs, has Introduced B resolution "authorizing und directing the committee on military affairs to In BteKien • Arnica naive. The pest salve In tbe world (or oats brajses, sores, nloers, SAlt rbenm, fs ver sores* totter chapped bauds, ohtl- btolns, corns, and all skin eruptions and positively cores piles, or no i required. It Is guaranteed to & perfect Mtteiaotlon, or money refunded. Price M cents per box. for salt 1. Merih. Alton itndf tipper Alton fot Kldnoy Trouble* there is nothing better than Foley'i Kidney Ctyre, everyone who trie* i will afrfiftp nils. Sold by B. Marsh Toe per»on who disturbed tbaoon greeatlon la*t Sunday by coughing, I requested to okll'and get a bottle o »jley'« Hoaey and Tar, which alway Ives relief. Bold by B. Marsh and fl Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. Atom baking powden are aunaten to health of the present day. ROVM. MMNO fowoM ea. Mwvomi vestlgate the war department and the onduct of the Spanish-American war." 'he resolution is as follows: "Resolved, That the committee on military affairs, be and the same here by Is authorized and directed to In estlgato the war department and the conduct of the recent war between Spain and the United States and rc- iort all of said proceedings with their [ridings, conclusions and recommenda Ions to the house of representatives with all convenient speed. "That said committee Is hereby au- horlzed and empowered to send for looks, documents, papers and persons nd examine persons under oath, sit In .ny part of the United States, employ a stenographer, and that the sergeant at-arms Is hereby directed to attend said committee and carry out Its dlrec :lons. "That the necessary expenses of the nveatlgation be paid out of the con- Ingent fund of the house." The resolution was referred to the committee on military affairs. Supreme Court Opinion, Washington, Dec. 6.—In United States supreme court an opinion was rendered by Justice McKenna In the case of the errltory of New Mexico vs. the United States Trust company and the receiver of the Atlantic and Pacific railway. The rase Involved the right of the terrltorla authorities to tax the Improvements o the railroad company on Its right of way without taxing the right of way Itself. The decision did not sustain this contention but affirmed the decls- on of the territorial supreme court ad verse to the taxation of the Improve ments. For a Deep Water Channel. Washington, Dec. 6.—Representative Meyer of Louisiana introduced in th' house a bill appropriating $12,000,000 foi the construction of a wide, deep chan nel from deep water of the Mlsslsslpp river to deep water of the Gulf of Mex Ico via Southwest pass. The channe by the terms of the bill Is to be 300 fee wide anrl 36 feet deep and conforms so Mr. Meyer says, to the recommenda lions of the board appointed last win ter by the war department under a res olutloh of congress. 1STORM PLAYS HAVOC. Sleet and Snow Interrupts Telegraphic Communication. New York, Dec. 6.—A storm havoc with many of the telegraph wire: running out of New York. The slee and snow which accompanied It In the region known to telegraph men as the "lake region." Including the territory from Buffalo to Chicago, along thi Lake Shore and other railroads, wa: responsible for the most distressing de lay which the companies experienced Both through and local service to al points Is effective, although business 1 accepted "subject to delay." Every route Is open except that be tween Butler, Pa., and Chicago. Along the lake region the Western Union 1 hampered materially, the lines which run beside the Plttsburg and Western and the Ohio division of the Erie suf ferlng the greatest delays. Buslnes for Chicago and points west of tha city Is being carried forward, abou one-quarter of the usual number o wires being effective. The work of re placing the wires Is being carrle through with as much expediency a possible, and It Is confidently expecte to have the whole system In working order very shortly, with the exception of the wires In the lake region, wher the sleet has complicated the, damage. Hone Dealer K1IU Illnnelr, Decatur, Ills., Dec. 6.—H. A. White who represented himself as being a horse buyer from Chicago, was foun<T dead from asphxlatlon at 8 o'clock In the morning In a room at the Ange hotel in this city. He had evldentl committed suicide, as the gas wa turned on. White arrived In Decatu from Jacksonville Sunday and re malned In his room at the hotel al day. He was well dressed and abou 45 years old. He had In his possesslo letters from a woman living at Ha vana, Ills., who has been telegraphe to for Information In regard to th man's friends.* Appointed by Filigree. Detroit, Dec. 6.—Governor Plngre has authorized the adjutant genera to draft a commission making Colone John E. Tyrrell of Jackson, brlgadle general of the Michigan National guar to succeed Frank B. Lyon of Calumet whose term expired In November. Th commission will be ready for presenta tlon to Colonel Tyrrell In a few days Colonel Tyrrell 1ms been a promlnen flguro In state military affairs for man years and since 1892 had been colone of the First regiment until It wa merged Into the Thirty-first regiment now serving In the south under Col onel Gardener. Honor lo an American. London, Dec. 0.—Empress Wederlcl of Germany drove from Windsor cas tie to Wilton Park, near Beaconsfleld where ehe took lunch with Henr White, United States charge d'affaires and Mrs. White. Mr. and Mrs. White' house purty Included In addition t Lord and Lady Curzon and Genera Lord Kitchener the Duke of Devon shire, lord president of the council o ministers; the Duchess of Devonshire the Karly of Hnsi-bury, Viscount Crun borne, eldest son of the Murquls o Salisbury, und VlscouriU'Bs_Cranbornt TMtlmonlali for Oratorn Ann Arbor, Mich.. D«c. 6.-A. C. Mart lett of Chicago has offered Sl&O to th Oratorical Association of the Unlver ally of Michigan, thu fame to be unct as a testimonial In some one of the de bating or oratorical contests held dur Ing tho collegiate year. Tha gift I made In honor of his wife who gradu atcd from the unlvernlty In 1885. Th total amount of testimonials offcre this year by the Oratorical assoclutlo U nearly 11,000, T The Modern Sky-Scraper in Our Large Cities. CONPLAdHATlOX l> NEW YORK. t gtartt In (hi; Flftri-ulh Stnry Rullillng of Roger*, Pent it Co., Which I* Kntlnlr Burned mid Thru PnMlmllj Ilulni the Twpnly-SIoiT Home Inttirnnee Ilnlldlng- and Ponlnl Telegraph IlulldliiR, Fourteen Btorlm Illfth. New York, Dec. 6.—A costly fire has proved that the modern eky-srraper la not a fire-proof structure. The Home Insurance buldlng, twenty stories, and :he Postal Telegraph building, fourteen stories, were partly destroyed, and the Rogers, Feet & Co. structure, five storks, was entirely burned. The walls of ,the sky-scrapers are still standing, and the lower floors are Intact, though flooded with water. The ruined build- nga extended from 2B3 to 269 Broadway, between Murray and Warren streets. The fire started In the basement of the building occupied by Rogers, Feet & Co., clothiers, about B:30 o'clock. An explosion was heard by two policemen standing within half a block of Warren street, and, looking toward the fit teen-story building, they saw a thin line of smoke curling up He side. Tha wind was blowing a gale and the rain was falling In torrents, making It difficult to determine the location of the fire. A Roaring Furnace, ^JJ An alarm was turned in, but before the engine had appeared on Broadway the basement of the building was a roaring furnace. The flames quickly seized upon the woodwork of the structure and within ten minutes five alarms were sent In, bringing engine after engine to the scene. Explosion followed explosion and soon It was apparent that the fire was beyond control. It was but a short time when the names had eaten through the wai of the Home Life and we're roaring high above that lofty structure. The Postal building, fourteen stories high caught flre at 11:16. Chief Bonner went to the roof In the elevator to give per- sqnal directions for fighting the flre Iii the Postal building, as well as In the Home Insurance block, there were many serious losses of a private nature and when the flames reached the operating room of this structure, which they did within three hours of the out break, the one or two solitary opera tors who remained at their posts were compelled to flee for their lives, leav Ing unsent messages at the keys. Crow-da WltneM the Conflagration. Thousands of people had gathered on the scene, and the blinding glare of thi flames lighted up the lower part of the city. Even In the downpour the grea crowds grew, and the police reserves were called from many stations and kept the people back for blocks. Grea showers of sparks were carried In al directions by the gale, that blew sixty miles an hour. It was a picturesque fire. The estimate of the losses by Chie: Bonner Is $1,000,000. An Insurance man roughly estimated the losses at abou' as follows:. Rogers, Feet & Co., build Ing and stock, and losses to other ten ants In the building, $350,000. Homi Life Insurance building and losses to other tenants, $600,000, Postal Telegraph building and losses to other tenants $100,000. Fatal Flre at Frankton, Ind. Frankton, Ind., Dec. 6.—Frankton has had a most disastrous flre. New ton Wallace was killed and Dan Brad ley fatally Injured. The Commercla block, containing six business house and the opera house, were destroyed Loss fully $100.000. SALVATIONIST^ A MAYOR. Member of the Army Elected Chief EK eciltlve of Jarrovf-oii-Tjne. London, Dec. 6.—The Salvation Army Is much elated over the election of a member of the organization to the may orally of the large and tmportan: borough of Jarrow-on-Tyne, It being the first Instance In which an actlv "soldier" of the army has been selected for such honors. Robert Archlbold IB the mayor-elect, and although still a young man. he has risen from a humbli position In life to occupy a promlneni place In English mercantile circles, be Ing a large wholesale grocer and ship owner of his town. For many years he has been an ardent follower of Gen eral Booth. He has not only con tributed liberally to the cause, but Is himself an active worker and stree preacher in the army ranks. His elec tlori Is sr.ld to be very popular with al classes. To Abollih the Tax. New York, Deo. 8.—Brewers repre sentlng 85 per cent, of the beer manu facturers In the United State* will holi a special open meeting In this city nex Wednesday. The congress has been called by the United States Brewers association. Delegates will attend from all over the country. It is stated tha It Is the object of the brewers to pass resolutions calling upon congress to abolish the war tax on beer. THE EIC0.LENCE OF SVfiUP OF FIGS la due not only to the originality unc simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and aklll with which it U manufactured by scientific processes known to the CAUFOBNIA Fio SYHUP Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CAUFOKNIA Fio SVBDP Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthies* imitations manufactured by other par- tiea. Tho high standing of the CAIJ- FOBKIA Fio SYHUP Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes tho name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It Is far ID advance of all other laxatives, as it aota on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company — •All HIAJIOUO*. Oal "*" *•**• *• T> •P. .•>» f if ^i m \Suro I Cure f°r Colds When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed, The chances are they will be all right In the morning. Continue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has disappeared. Old coughs are also cured; we mean the coughs of bronchitis, weak throats and Irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing Inflamed throats and lungs. Put ono of | Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral r Plasters "^i^ over your lungs nm BMf MMfeaf AtMo» Freer ' We row have tomoof tba rawt eminent phjrsiclant In the United SUtei. Unuiiml opportunltlci and longexperl- enceemlncutlr Bt them (or ElvloR jou medical advice. Writ* trwflj »fl th» parUculart In Tourcaie. .«..« r •^ Addre«a,Dr.J.O.ATER, C Lowell, Mau. Vei«el> Driven Alliore. Booth Bay Harbor, Me., Dec. 6.—Th. heavy blow late Sunday drove severa vessels ashore at various points along this section of the coast. Tha schooners Edward Trevoy of Gloucester am Romania of Patchogue, L. I., are ashore on McKown's Point. The Fannie Hayden of Booth Bay and the Vanguard o Southwest Harbor, are ashore at Wes Harbor, and two unknown vessels are aground at the north end of McKown's Point, some distance from the Trevoy and Romano. One of the unknown ves sets Is loaded with lumber. As far as known no lives have been lost. Suicide of a Beautiful Girl. Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 6.—Miss Laura Flick, a beautiful girl aged 17, living In Skagit county, killed herself on hear Ing of her betrothed's death. She was engaged to Matthew Ruth of Hamilton who was building a fine home for his In tended bride. He was taken 111 two weeks ago. Last week he became sud denly worse and died before Miss Flick who lived In the country, learned he was 111. When the news was told her she walked to her room and shot her self through the right temple. She wa: burled at Hamilton Thursday with hei lover. Cannon from Morro Castle. New York, Dec. 0.—The United States transport Port Victor, from Santiago and Ponce, has arrived. She brings as cargo 6,000 Mauser rifles and seven Spanish cannon taken from Morro cas tie at Santiago. Among her 120 pas sengers are Captain T. H. Sharpe, Cap tain J. C. Simpson, Captain Harrison Lieutenant E. I. Woodslde. Lleutenan W. O. Mabrlck, and Hospital Stewan J. R. Maxwell, all of the Fifth United States Infantry, and Dr. G. B. Huncke contract surgeon. She also brings many soldiers home on furlough. All hand; are welt Superintendent Andrews Resigns. 'Chicago, Doc. 6.—E. Benjamin An drews, superintendent of Chicag schools, and ex-president of Brown unl verslty, has resigned. His reslgnatlo Is now In tho hands of President Gra ham Harris of the board of education So far as the resignation Itself Is con cerned, It Is final and every way posl live, A movement is on foot, however to patch up the differences between Dr Andrews and the board, and by th time the board meets things may be s readjusted as to cause Dr. Andrews t withdraw thejJocument^ Rcvengu of a Farm Hand. Milwaukee, Dec. G.—Henry Hesse, a farm hand, was arrested here on th charge of having burned the house barns and stock of his employer, Her man Seldensward, a farmer with a fine place nine miles from this city The house, two barns, nineteen cows seven horses and five colts wen burned. The family narrowly escapei from the burning house. The flre wai set for revenge. For Pneumonia. Dr. J. 0. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich, says: "I have ueed Foley'a Honey and Tar In three very severe oases o pneumonia the past month with gooc results. Sold by E. Marsh and fl. H Wysa. Mr. 0. M. Dlxon, a well known mer obant of Pleasant Ridge, Fulton Oo. Pa., has a little girl who Is frequently threatened with croup, but when the first symptoms appear, his wife give her Oharnberlaln's Cough Remedy which always affords prompt reliel Tbe 26 and 50 cent sizes for sale by B Marsh and 8. U. Wyso. Lost. Many have lost confidence and hop as well aa health, because they hav been told their Kidney diabase wa incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure la i Guaranteed remedy for tbe dlsoour aged and disconsolate. Sold by E ;arsh and S. H. Wyss. ag M DR- MOTT'S They overcome Weakness, li retfulurlly and omthsloim, li i:rcusl> vigor umVbunlkh "imlu of Bionstruutlon." Tuny urt "Life Severs' toelrlsal wuimnliooJ, — iiHVBionmimt of organs body, No kiluwu roinudy for womoii uauul them. Cuunot do li«rui--Jlfu IMXMIIUOB a plow »r*. |1 |»r lux Iii •ull. f*r gold fcj dr»iriil«U OR. MDTT'8 CHEMICAL CO., Clenlind, Ohio, For Mle by B. B. Wysa. THE HOLIDAY SEASON Is at hand at Marsh's Drug Store* Yon will find Cigars, Choice Perfumes, Hair md Cloth Brushes, And many a and useful tb 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. /VVcAdam, Building Stone, Cut Stone, Curbing. Doorsills, Window Sills, etc.. etc.. Always on tumJ. AlioJ Dealer la Cement, Lime, Sand and Plaster Paris Side Tracki Running Into the Quarries. Telephone No. 31. Residence 6a8 Alby »t III 1L-»1-«J Licensed General Superintendent and Mechanical Draa|hUcaan. DATENT8 —To any person wlihlng to obtain Letters Patent on new Invention! air loa W. THIRD STREET, Tbird Floor. 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 an4 relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure. For sale by E. Marsh and S. H. 4 Wyss. Henry Meyers Butcher and Packer Ail iulu \* P/Mt ul Sill MMtl Ml Ur*. Mi •«• lutira «l SHUI*. W BAST JKONO • • "-TON '" PANG SUE, LAUNDRY. laundry Work Carefully and Promptly Done. U«o b«tt of Teai and Chlneie NoteUlei 01 band, 624 But Second at. • 306 State a Granitoid Paving Co. W. &.H. BEISER, Prop's. 813 Bait Sixth Street • Alton, III. All kind* of Granitoid Work: flriiJKd^ ill r«ilT. pMBp' Edmund H. Blair, Real Eitate and Ininriuce Afcot. MONEY TO LOAN. Notary Public. WM ARMSTRONG. Dealar In Cement, Lime and Wall Plaster Prloei to meet competition. Ooodi 4t- Urered. alephoni IM. Office 107 Weit Second Strati Veterinary Surgeon DR. D. M. MAHER. Jraduat* Ontario Vetarnlart OoUH«- 0«0» or»r The Model itor*. COR .THIRD AND PIA8A HT8 , ALTON IU -MS 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 guan jif ed. Come and be Convinced before going elsewhere. M. MORITZ, Merchant Tailor. 112 West Third st T. M. LONG Civil Engineer and Surveyor \ Maps Profiles Had Estimate Furnished. 100 Bells Street, Up AteJn, '41 HOTEL A. I* DANIBU*

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