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Thursday, December 8, 1898
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«¥ TUB TBLBORAPtl tfUKTWa COnPANV. THURSDAY EVE , DEO. 8. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. for tke rear IMS we shall ehargethe following rates for transient notices in our local col- OBMI PtK Lift, gy*tHud« for the benefit MCehred from Dr. Mile*' Nerv, fate prompts me to write, that • othen may learn of tibz efficacy / of ***** grand medicine* I <ut- fettd extreme nervous exhau*- tkM^which rendered me unable to work. My nerves seemed to i be 'on edge* and I had much bttftude. I began taking Dr. JUaHe** Nervine and steadily Improved and now am enjoying good health. Mn. Hn. F. M. Lacy, Fortvllto, Ind. 99 aa. MILES' ervlne t all druggists on guarantee, le benefits o; " ' or money back. on heart and nervei tent free. Medical Company, Elkhart, In* .. losertlofu.. 1 cents Six to twelrs Insertions I cents BAMS Of APTKltflSINO. Taawainnrr.—SO cents per Inch first Insertion, sad • osmts per Inch (or esch subsequent Inser- |t per looh first monUi.ll.tO per Inch esch moatfe thereafter. tMAt ADTSunstwo lifer look for the Ant Insertion, anaSOoents per uoo for eack subsequent Insertion, THE American flag which Is to wave over Motro Oastle In Havana harbor, January 1, arrived In Havana yestei day. THE crnlser New York arrived in Havana harbor Wednesday. At Punta and along the wharves huge crowds gathered to witness the arrival of the first armorclad of oar navy to enter the harbor since the Maine was destroyed. Liberal Classics (greatest works of the noblest minds.'' History of Christianity. Is?' "This Important work contains Gibbon's pOMRpfot* Theological writings, separate from ft US mlsoenaaeous works, showing, when, where Ktut how Christtanlty originated; who were Its feBindeWf and what were the sentiments, ohar- ft'aoter, manners, numbers and condition of at* • Ve Christians." Crown 8ro, 8W pp, -'.'*• iBtiechner'* Force and Matter, Or Principles of the Natural Order of tha , With a sjstem of Morality baaed .. A sdeatlilo work of great ability and Post STO, «4 pp., with Portralt.oloth « |yoltalre'» Romances. bfi **""^W edition, containing 22 of Voltaire's i wittiest productions, with Portrait and •»Uoaa. preface and notes by Petef Cloth It. W. VMtto Ceylon. t Haeokel, professor In the Unlrer- Anthor of the History of Cres' of the Erolntlon of Man, etc. _ tSid Mao of India and Cwr'on. ited by Clara Bell. 1 TO! , postSro., |pp. Extra vellum cloth, »1. ijier't Superstition In all Age*. "Man Uetller waa a Roman Cathollo Priest ,«fte'a pastoral serrlce of thirty yean In Uy abjured religions dogmas, and caa bis last Will and Testament to *n and to the world. ill. The same work In PP.-.por- Oerman, SKNATOII VEST, of Missouri, tells us that it is unconstitutional to hold the Philippines. Thirty-eight years ago the same Senator Vest told us It was unconstitutional to coerce the Southern States and make them stay in the Union. But It was done, nevertheless, and no one has whimpered In the past quarter of a century about the uncon- stltntionaUty of the war for the Union, and of holding the Southern States as military possessions until a form of civil government could be organized. Twenty-flve years from this time there will be no one who will say it was naconstitutlonal to hold the Philippines as an American colony, or dependency, until Its people were able to form a government of the. people, by the people and for the people In the Philippine archlpelego. Chicago It In a state of wild ferment. The owners of the street rail ways fear the next Legislature will repeal the Allen street railway law, and they hope to get » fifty year extension of their franchises before the legislature meets. This attempt npon the part of the railway magnates i« construed as an effort to pnrcbaae the City Council. The Allen law has been unsparingly denounced as a boodle measure, and the men who voted for It have beon criticised wlthont mercy by the Chicago press. That the fight against extecslon In Chicago l« becoming hot may be gathered from the following advertisement which has appeared in some of the dally paper?: "Wanted.—Ten thousand strong- limbed, fearless men. Apply at the City Council chamber with ropes, on the night the aldermen attempt to pans the 50-year franchise robbery. Come prepared to do business." In regard to the threat of hanging, Mayor Harrison Is reported to have said: "It is not idle talk at all, and I will not ba surprised to see some banging done In the streets of Chicago. I don't mind saying, too, that I shall not send in a riot call when it starts." One of the features of the war was the adoption of a resolution by the Republican County Central Committee requesting the Republican Aldermen to vote againit the granting of franchises to street railway companies for a period of 50 years. Public indignation is thoro"ghly aroused lost the council will pass the 60-year franchises authorized by tnu Allen law, but Mayor Harrison claims that the extension will be defeated. Care Th?m at the Beginning. Pilcaare simple In the beginning and etiilj cared. Tnev can he cured even in the worst slages, without pain or Ions of blool, rjulckly, snrely and eompl< tely. There ia only one remedy that will do It Pyramid Pile Cure. It allays (he inflammation imme- (llaUly, heals the irritated surface and with continued treatment reduces the swelling and puts the membranes Into Rood, sound hoalthy condition. The cure is ihoron^h and permanent. Here are some voluntary and unsolicited testimonials we have lately received: Mrs. M. C. Hinkly, 001 MieglssippI sf., IndlBnapolis, Ind., says: Have been a sufferer from the pain and annoyance of piles for fifteen years, the Pyramid Pile Cure and Pyramid Pills gave me immediate relief and in a short time a complete cvre. Major Dean of Columbus, O., says: 1 wish to add to the number of certificates as to the benefit derived from the Pyramid Pile Cure. I suffered from piles for forty years and from Itching piles for twenty yeara and two boxes of the Pyramid Pile Cure have effectually cnred me. Most druggists eel) Pyramid Pile Care or will get it for you if you a«k faein to. It is OOc for full sized package and Is put up only by the Pyramid Drug Co.. Marshall, Mich. JIBStV COUVTY~-EAST~SIO£. Brmiro. EDWAHDSVILIE. t Ruins of Empires and ., THE LAW OF NATURE. With Illnstre- VU, Portrslt of Volneyand Map of the At"—teal Heaven of the Ancients; Also, Vol- Answer to Dr. Priestley, a Biographical ••—Count Darn, and an Explanation of - *1 Signs and Constellations by Peter Z48pp. Cloth, 76*. |*>clal Contract, "-'•--- PrtnoijDles of Political Law. Also, A t for a Perpetual Peace. By Joan Jao- *q, CHiien of Genera. One vol., "pages,with poitralt, extra rcl- oolu will be sent, post paid, to r on receipt of prlte. : Supplied. Correspon co solicited. ADDHESS : rederic Dahlstrom, tfanBoren St., Chicago, III. BAILEY, the unpatriotic Toxin steer, says General Wheeler, the old b«ro of Santiago, cannot sit in Congress as a representative, until be re signs bis commission in the army. Bat the present House has fifty Republican majority, and therefore Bailey's word is not law. Joe Wheeler, Democrat as be IP, can stay in the House until regularly mustered out, and every Republican and every patriotic Democrat will be with him, notwithstanding Bailey. Wheeler is over 00 years of age. He went to the front and fought gallantly for the freedom of Cuba. Bailoy is under 40 and he kept himself in a safe place, not volunteering. Give us Joe Wheeler a thousand times over, in preference to the wild Texas steer who poses as the Democrat ic leader in the House. 'ALL WOMEN aD to s»r WMkn*M ort <J«raaf«m«n«Jn| 111* erfu* oft menstruation.! N«arlratwaya| VMS a woman U not well the** Wfsju tit affected. But when »»jr ar* ttronj and healthy a *wn*n to ve/y seldom tick, to nalurs'i provision for tha re«». .{he nwnaerual function. ' neso and maternal cares, and , IM woman epproaehlng the period , known as the "Change, of Life." SIR Edward Monson, British Ambassador to France, has stirred up a hornet's nest In Paris, by a speech he delivered on Tuesday evening, in wblob he warned France against further Irritating England. The French papersare noisy in their chatter about Sir Edward's warning, and some of them demand hli recall. If the speech was not inspired by Lord Salisbury, as Is hinted fr^m Paris, Sir Edward may b a recalled, or his expressions disavowed. Bat the Ambassador Is one of England's most discreet and experienced diplomats, and because of bis long and successful career in diplomacy, many believe that he was instructed to speak as he did in order to reach the French people, knowing that bis words would be published In fall by the Parisian press. If this view is the correct one the British Government In bound to support Sir Edward's words. PHKSIDENT'MoKlNL.EY Showed COB.- mendablo discretion in not outlining In bis message his views as to the form of government for the Philippines, in advance of the signing* of the treaty of peace at Paris. He can say to Congress: Here Is a treaty of peace turning over to the American Government Cuba, Porto Riooand the Philippine Archipelago, as the result of the war advocated by Congress and declared by Congress; I am ready to ox- ion te your orders In the matter. In ihe meantime I will govern them with the military as a dependency." Undoubtedly the war was declared and waged aa the outcome of Ooiinrea- slonal agitation and It would only be a poltroon who would fall to accept the result* of a battle that he had practically begun. Mr. MoKlnley was for peace, and for keeping the peace by diplomatic means, but Congress was almost unanimous for war, and it must now provide for the results uf that war, which has been grandly and victoriously conducted by the President. The Street Fair Association has junt made public a report o* the receipts and disbursements incident to the fair last October. It shows receipts of 82,432.93 and disbursements the same. Accounts still owing by the association 830.R6- accounts still due the association 9f>7.60. It Is an interesting document in many particulars, showing that the committees that went to Hlllsbor-i, Bellevillu and St. Louis paid all of their owr; expenses. The secretaries who worked day and uigbt for a couple of montbu got not one cent for their labor, the report showing that all they received was one sack of flour, one box of cigars, a box of candy, a half dozen packagee of poultry food, a quart j»r of grape jam and a dozen bottles of ginger pop. Truly the office of secretary of the Edwardsville Street Fair is like virtue- Its own reward. Ed wardsville i'ost No. 401, G. A It, held its annual election of offlaors Friday night, the following being selected: fir. n. T. Wharff, Commander; T. J. Lewis, S. V. C.; T. J. Morton, Jr. V.O.; O. E. Wolf, Quartermaster; J. Hauser,Officer of tne Day; VV. H. ahaffer, Adjutant; Dr. Joseph Pogue, Surgeon; I). A. Lynch, Chup- lain. The post will have a camp fire and reunion at Tuxhorn's Opera House, Thursday night, Dec. 22, w bo followed by a ball. The city now presents at night quite a different appearance from what it has during the'past month and a half. Monday night the electric lights were turned on for the first time since the plant burned down in October. TUe present plant is practically run out in the open air there being nothing over the machinery but a wooden Hbud. Mrs. John J. Gardner, who lived heie a number of years ago, was stricken by paralysis a short time ago at her home In Kansas City, and tne chances are about even for her recovery. She is well known among the older residents of Alton. Mrs. Maude Grace Granger, who swindled half a hundred people here last week, left Friday morning for Alton aud citizens of the Bluff" City should steer clear of her wiles. One of the creditors, W. W. Kinder, went to Altsn Monday accompanied by u deputy sheriff, and again on Tuesday, looking for a very pretty young lady in a green habit with a dainty white veil and fur boa, who sails under the name of Granger. If. Vorwald, O. Pauly and 71. Dier- kosleft Tuesday night for Galena, Kas., to spend a couple of weeks. Mrs. Sarah Kersey, of Troy, came over Wednesday to visit the family of J. W. Buckley. She took suddenly 111 and died the next day, asthma being the troble. Tho funeral took pluoo Sunday at Altmmbra. H-3V. Dr. Van Tr«ope was greeted with a full homo last Thursday evon- Ing, when he delivero/? one of his lectures, which was appreciated by every one. Wo regft-t to note tho death of Mr. J. II. H. Simmons at the home of bis ton in Lakin, Kan., on Sunday, Dec. 4. The remains were brought lo Jerse> ville Tuesday evening and the funeral wan held ut Paradise church Wednesday at II o'clock. The Interment was In the family lot on the farm of Mr. G. D. Pierce He was one of the old settlers of this part. He was the oldest with one exception, Undo Jerry Bell, of any one now living here that was here when he came from Maryland about 1830. Ha was about 84 years old. Mr. Jerry Parcel! and Miss Etta Johnson were married last week and will go to housekeeping at their home on the Shipman road. Prairie Union Grange entertained the Jersey County Grange at their hall last Friday. There *aa quite a good attendance from the other granges of tho county. Rev. O. Nash ia holding revival moptings at Fidelity this week. Several from here attended the Farmer's Institute at Jerseyville last Thursday and Friday. Mr. Moee Smith has moved his family to Joraeyville. How's This ! Wo offer oue hundred dollars re ward for any case of catarrh that can not be cnred 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 flrrn. West & Trnax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.; 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, 76C per bottlo. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Mrs. Laora Wood spent Wednesday in St. Louis. Mrs. E. J. Scott was a guest of her son last week In Alton. Miss Belle Bivcns of St. Louis, was here on business. B. O. Meyer spent Thursday with bis sons in St. Louis. Herman OHendorf ha* accepted a position as bookkeeper with the Hapgood Plow Co. Mrs. D. W. Stoeckel gave a quilting bee at her home Thursday for the benefit of the Mt. Olive church. Ueo. A. Klein has been to St. Louis in Santa Cleas' work-shop. Miss Katie Altenhelm of Alton, was a guest of Mrs. Tnos. Soott. ft. G. Cooper has purchased the Cooper homestead on Railroad street for 81,000. The Presbyterian church people will gire a supper at Klein's hall Friday, the 9th. The young people gave a very pleasant party at the home of J. B. Kelsey In honor of Miss Eatella Judd of Edwardsville. Miss Grace Kauffman is a visitor In St. Louis. James McDonald spent Tuesday in Bt. Louis. Miss Flora Kehne spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Miss Anna Bodendleck spent Monday and Tuesday at home. A Rebecca lodge will be instituted here on Friday evening. Dec. 16, by Mrs. John Wheeler of Alton. For Rats, Mice, Roaches* and Other Vermin. IT'S A KILLER. Ator rating, All vermin Met *ofer ftnd lb« open air, Henc« thte kffl«r to the mo« c1«nly OB rttth. Per Bele by »Jt DranM*. Price, IS Cent*. REWTOR fAIUFACTDHIHG ft CBEB1CAL CO., 9B Wmaa Stnet. N«W Vert. HELP IS AT HAND. Oae of the Wont Diseases Kaowo lo Mm It Overcome by Modem Science. •O We cordially finvite Grandest Assortment of you|to call and Inspect the Every reader of this pnper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Oo. in this issue. It will Interest you. $100. Dr. E. Detchon'a Anti-Diuretic May be worth to yon more than 8100 if you have a child who soils bedding from incontinence of water daring sleep. Oares old and young alike. It arreBts the trouble at once. 91. Sold by 8. H. Wi SB, Druggist, 852 Second at.-eet, Alton, 111. Go to M. JHoritz's tor your winter haadwear. The largest stock and atest stylos. Don't be persuaded into buying lin- Imeute without reputation or merit— Obamberlain'8 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. Oal., are constantly be'ng received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever usod is Chamber- Iain's Pain Balm, and I say so after having used it in my family for several years." It cures rheumatism, lame back, sprains and swelling. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyos. THE MOVE. We keep constantly on the move to keep op-to date in stock, quality and price. Oar CHINA and TOY Stocks have been plucked from the creme- de-la-creme of the market, and nothing in Alton or Be. Louis can compare with them in value for the mouey. 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 yon and urgently advise all to cone at once aiid make their selection. We on iy ask a small deposit on all goods laid aside until wanted. We have the clerks to wait on you now and give your attention which later on we could Dot wait on yon with satisfaction to ourselves and yourself if we tried ever so 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 la picked. Come early, you have nothing to lose and every, thing to gain. HOPPE'S When the common symptoms of kidney trouble* nre neglected the carelera (Offerer Is In S reat danger of con trading diabetes or Bright 's Iseaae, two of the most terrible afflictions that hare been Imposed on mankind. The remedy for the earliest stages, as well as the worst cases, one that will restore the kidneys to sound health, Is Morrow's Kldneolds. These yellow tablets should be taken when the back aohes, or when headaches, chilliness, loss of energy or pain In urinating show that the kidneys are oat of order. A recent case of the cure of this awful disease by Morrow's Kld-ne-olds Is that of Mr. Austin B. Askew, employed at the Big Four Freight office , Alton , 111 . , who says : ' "About ten year* ago I had a serere speU of Inflammation of the kidneys and I never got entirely well. I was troubled constantly with urinary disorder frequent discharges attended with a burning sensation. 1 was * specially troubled at night, bar- Ing to ret up (Ire or six times erery night. 1 suffered wl'h a lame back all the time, and sometimes so bad that I could not attend to my work. Last spring I was particularly bad, and my health wss" completely broken down; 1 was particularly bad, and my health *a< completely broken aown j I read about Morrow's KM ne- olds and thougnt I would giro them a trial, as they were well recommended. I took altogether two boxes and wss surp. Iscd at the good they did me. They did not only cure the lame back and urinary disorder, but they built me u I hare so I felt like a nuw man. I hare enjoyed health ever since, and (eel confident they nave cnred me entirely. 1 procured them at S. H. Wyiw' draj alore." Kld-ne-olds are Yellow Tablets (not pll'aland cure kidney ailments, nervous' ess, etc. Liter- lax are small red pellets and cure constipation. Kld-ne-olds 10 cts; Llverlax 28 ots st druggists or mailed by John Morrow ft Co., Chemists, Sprlngaeld.O. How to Prevent Pneumonia. At this time of the year a cold is very easily contracted, and if left to run its course without the aid of some reliable cough medicine is liable to result In that dread disease, pneumonia. We know of no better remedy to cure a cough or cold than Chamberlain's Oongb Remedy. We have used it quite extensively and it has always given entire satisfaction.—Ola- gab, Ind. Ter. Chief. This is the only remedy that is known to be a certain preventive of pneumonia. Among the many thousands who have used it for colds and la grippe, we have never yet learned of a {single case having resulted in pneumonia. Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to fear an attack of pneumonia, should Keep the remedy at hand. The 26 and 60 cenc sizes for sale by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. CHRISTMAS GOODS We have ever shown. Mexican Hand Drawn Linen. German Spachlet Work. Battenburg Lace Work, Japanese,China hand-painted Opalf ware. New "Cyrano" Chains. Pocket Books, Hand Bags, in a greet variety o f styles, and Rodgers andGallet Celebrated French Perfumes In bulk. Peau D'Espagne, Vera, Violetta, White Rose and Jicky. CHINA STORE, 110 West 3d st. TOY STORE, 317 Belle st. It has been tally demonstrated that Ely's Cream Balm is a specific for Nasal catarrh and cold in the head. This distinction has been acnieved only as the result of continued successful nse A morbid condition of the membrane in the nasal passages can be cured by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by druggists or it will be mailed for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 66 Warren street. New York. It spreads over the membrane, is absorbed and relief is immediate. Many Lives are Saved by the timely use of Dr. Bell's Pine- Tar-Honey. When a cold creeps upon you, or a cough racks your lungs, no remedy is so prompt or effectual. Bean tha Signature of R. R. EXCURSION RATES. Try Grain 0! Try Oraln-OI your grocer to chow you Scenes In Ponce. Time has made but a few changes m the methods of doing business in Ponce, Porto Hlco. Out In the harbor, which Is an open roadstead, vessels come to anchor to load with ram siiKar, molasses, or tobacco, and are likely to anchor from one month to six. The houses stretch along the Hit beach back into the country, mostly wooden affairs. Ono story warehouses, substantially built, and paint ed in tints of pink, yellow, or pale blue, front the principal streets, filled with bales and bags of rice, sugar, etc., for a considerable business Is done In this port of entry, for the handsome city of Ponce, meet, %±,-,~- M Superintendent for Work f 4MON 8AVINQB BANK IM. Seaator Maioa's Vlewi on f xpaoilon. Bettor Maaon on Tuesday expressed blmaelf as follows on the expansion qoeetlon: "I have been frequently misquoted as to my position In regard to the ezpenslon policy. There oan be no reason for voting treaty of peace, itaeema K It leave the future treatment of the Islands to the people of the United States and their representatives In Congress. You oan trust the people. I am opposed to giving back to Spain any Inch of the territory taken from her, I do believe in the Independence of Cuba, and ol the Philippines aa soon an they show themselves equal toielf-government. If (he Philippines cannot govern themselves I believe in protecting them and aulstlng them to aelf-gov • eminent; and I also believe that we [•bonldbave, and surely will have, the commercial benefits naturally I following, on this honorable course. I ! have never, notwithstanding all statements to ihecontrary, taken auy different position from that I now state." A very pleasant social was given by I the member! of the B. Y. P. u. of the Baptist church at the home of Mr. and Mrt. B. M. Oarr last evening. An ex- I oellout literary program was given that proved very entertaining, an es- I pacinl feature being the rendition of Ifeveral elocutionary pieces by Mian I Qo, niter of Maruwa. vapor bathe new Zaugg.aioi'iawnt Woman's^ Friend The Great Medicine that Gives Nerve Strength Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes the Blood Rich and Pure, Creates an Appetite and Restore* Health, Vigor and Vitality. "I fuel that I ought to write a few words in j>rulno of Hood's Baruaparlllu, which IIUH ilono groat thlnga for mo. I was lo H dollcuto condition and was nick at my stomach and ouiivtlpalod. 1 tried rouiedloB highly recom mended (or fonml weaknesses, hut the medicines hrougli on other troubles. I was go weak could not attend to my household duties and I then determined to try Hood's Bur snparllla. After I had token this medlcln a short time I began to gulii vtrengtli Crew Stronger Each Day until I was ublo to work all day wltliou any Inconvenience. I Imvu taken Ilood'n I'HU for constipation, and I am better to day tbiiu I have been for flvo yours Since Ukliiff Hood'* Barsapurlllit and Hood's I'llk J fuel rested In tli« morning I am les!> nervous and am sure I Imvu richer and purer blood. I Imvu always beau bothered with scrofula, Init now 1 am rid of It. lleforo my luot child \v«« born I lock llood'n Barsaparllla, and mytflrl baby was fat and strong, whilo my other child wan not well and lived to be only two years old." Miw 10 F x 41U, Missouri Valley, loivu. f e Sarsa- 9 parllla B onu Truo lllooil 1'urlflur. Ask your grocer 10 enow you a package of GRAIN-O, the new food drink that takes tho place of coffee The children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try it like It. GRAJN-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is make from pure grains, and tho most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half the price of coffee. 16o and 25c per package. Sold by all druggists. No Humbug. Foley's Honey and Tar does not claim to perform miracles. It does not claim to cure all cases of consumption or asthma, bat it does claim to give comfort and relief it advanced stages of these diseases and to usually cure early stages. It is certainly worth trying by those afflicted or threatened with these dread diseases. Sold by E. Marab and S. H. Wyss. for Rent. 5 -room dwelling. No. '624 E. Fourth street. Apply to Wm. 8onnta(f. Have You Been Coughing a day, a week, a month, a year? Dr« Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will cure that cough. There oan be no doubt of It. It has cured many others equally severe. Druggists sell it. 25o. No cure no pay. Bears the Bignatare »f Homeseelcers Excursions.—Nov. 1st and 15th • • and Dec. 6th and 20th, via the Burlington. DEDUCED Rates to Southern and Western •> resorts now In effect via the C. 4 A. R. R. and connections. CHEAP EXCURSIONS-To the West, North- w west. South and Southwest will be run via C. * A R. R., and all connecting on Deo. 6th and 30th. Return Urn 121 days. For rates and tull particulars apply to 0. G. Norrls, A«ent. r HRISTMA8 1898-NEW YEAR 18»-For the J» above the C. &'R. R. will sell excursion tickets, at low rates, from Alton to all stations within 200 miles on Deo. 21, 26,28 and 31, 1898 and Jan. 1st and 2d, 1899. Return limit Jan. 4. Overcoat Time] Is here. The crisp, cold air is lively enough to make ' you feel its presence. We are just as well prepared to "OVERCOAT" you as we have always b, en to "Sun" you Our high-grade Kerseys, Beavers, Chinchillas, etc , for $7.50, $10 and $14. No More, No Less. Are values that double the money would hardly purchase elsewhere. We • have good Coats that are good for you to buy. Low prices eloquent of economv H'A-WJUIiSR- The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street Hunters' Rates to specified points In Alabama, 1 • Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower peninsula) .Michigan (upper), Mrsslsslppl, fils- slpurl, Minnesota, Tennessee. Virginia, West Virginia and Wlaoonsln, via Big Four. For Information and tickets call on G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. The C. & A. R. R. In arranging a series of • Winter Tours at low rates to Cuba, Porto Rico and Jamaca via Tampa, Florida. All quarantine restriction against the Jaland of Cuba hare been raised sad the regular lines of Ocean transportation will lave their vessels In service at an early da'e. To California and Oregon.—Th 1 runs weekly tourist sleeping SIX??? '° w .r"?»L Personalf>_o -TheC. & A.R. R. ng car excursion; --•--*'-*>•—-«'•.» »«*.BWUIM«J conducted every Thursday, leaving Alton at 9:60 p. m. running via Kansas City, Salt Lake City and the Scenic Line. For rates, reservations and full pattlcu- lars apply to O. G. Norrls, Agt., Alton. TIMES ARC GETTING HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE HONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED ! . Tl» Kind YOU Ha« TO CITY OF MEXICO-Personally Conducted 1 Excursion—Will be run by the C. 4 A. R R. and connections on Thursday, Deo. 15th. Special train of Pullman cars through without change with side trips to Guadalajara, Guana- iuata and Monterey. Round trip rate only »1OT. For particulars and reservations apply to O. G. Norrls, Agent. as the sizes are small we closing them out at The Burlington's Through Car Service—Pal• ace Sleepers and Chair Cars (seats free) to Kansas City, St. Joe, Omaha, Denver, Billings, Rook Island. Dubuque, Cedar Rapids! St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tourist Sleepers to Ra 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 del very. A. J. HOWELL 117 West Third Street Cisco and Los Angeles, Ca Ifornli, Portland. Oregon via Center and Salt Lake City, every Wednesday. For rates, routes, etc., call or address J.B. Thomas, Agent. Cor California Tourls s—The Burlington Route • has weekly tourist sleeper excursions, personally conducted (by a Burlington Route. Agent) ever."Wednesday fomBt. Louis, and Thursday from Kansas City and St. Joseph to Los Angeles and San -Francisco. The route Is via Denver, Soenlo Colorado, Salt Lake City with 98 per cent sur shine throughout the year. Ask your Ticket Agent, J. B. Thomas, for partlou- Shoea that formerly Bold them out at $a a pair. ''s Fine and 'or «2.50 to 8.76 a pair, of Ladles' High We are closing at a A^°ui fl S e - J 1 "?' 8 is worth InvestYgatlng. au-A H £ In . d( U 0 ' Ladlea', dent's. Mlfaea an Fine Russian and Viol Kid WTEuhUr^W^ PFIEFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE H oineseekere Excursion at very low ratea Vl& Htt7 FnillV tSl mnanlftaA nnlsnt-a f« A1.U. Fire and Water-Proof Hood PIHs » t »P"" )| r»»i««»«i'ii.i!»r«.' rillO full/ |)f«p»ma, *» ctuu, ROOFS ra<%. Gravel «§ Composition A\D ROOFING MATERIALS M»oufaoiar*d b v JOHN /M. SELLERS, of c i Louis. \Vtio has lately roofed tho following tullal P«rs' Tobaooo Wkrshgues, and Ump' Drop a postal lo 01 Mil OB E. C. MACK, -outasrn Holal, Nsw Maauu' Hotus, i » ohMpsit ia« to*** roots wir »• M ACT. Corner Sbloldf and Box** Strittt AHin • 'Yla Big specified points fn Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana Michigan, Minnesota. Mississippi, Missouri Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota.Okla- homa, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah Virginia, •Wisconsin and Wyoming. TloSeia wllfte on sale NOT. IsS, geo. 6 aff, Jan. 8-10| Fob. 7-81, March, 7-loI ffk UU f" 1 " * PPly to H ' H§mllton ' Homeseekers' Excursions. — Upon certain "dates or October, Norember and December, toe C. 4 A. will sell excursion tickets atgreatly reduced rates to points In Alabama, Arljona, Arkansas, Colorado. Florida, Georgia, Idaho ndlan Territory, fowa. Kansas, Kentucky Louisiana, Northern Mionlgan.Mln'nelSta^ wl'. slsslppl, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, NorA Carolina. South Dakota, Tennessee, Te.i as, Utah, Virginia, Wlaoonsln and Wyoming. The reductions In rates are of sufficient Importance to merit the attention of prospeotlre travelers. For particularsoall on O'G. Norrls, OVERCOAT SALE. Now is your time to buy an Overcoat Cheap. nave 300 Men and Boys' Overocats, which we will sell for the next 20 days REGARDLESS OF COST. vVe M. MAHONEY, lu/ . , „ NSUWNCEANDREAUESTArt !-^- m -- C ' ea " hem F" ^ " Wl " pa " vou to «»» "* WR SALB. Two-siorf 4ooble brlok <walllat 10 i ; room frame, dwelling on Fountain it. price before you purchase. tt WMI Un» of Mala stmt. Bl« BUMWJ .. o-stort brok stor», Ko. lilBtUsst. Two-lion )-room framo, suit* roof iwiUlot, juMOMaornof Ito4. BODUUH for paji odel Shoe & Clothing Co. "iF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED," TRY SAPOUO.

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