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XMAS SLIPPERS Men's Faust, Black and Colors, $1.50 to$j per pair. , Men's Vici Kid, Opera Everette and Columbia, Black and Colors, $i to $2.50 per pair. , Men's Velvet Emb oidered, jtf to $a per pair. Boys', Youth's and Children's Slippers (same style as above) itf to $1.25 per pair. Ladles', Men's and Children's Felt Slipper, fur and braid trimmed, in black, blue, tan, brown, red and green. Children's leather and cloth Leggins. MORRISSEY BROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. HANDKERCHItfS. Having taken advantage of the closing out sale of J. M. Locke & Co., Cliiujo. III. We are prepared to give some special values in Ladies' Handkerchiefs, at 5, 8,10,13,15, 20, 26, 35 cents. Remember the early buyers will have the best selection. H. f. LERN[, 113 W. Third si A thins: of beauty is • joy forever. '•? S© IT IS With our dainty Gold Lace Pins we have in for onr CHRISTMAS TRADE A solid gold brooch nicely enameled, with Opal Oentar, only $5. A SUNBURSTE Like out «12, the same with diamond 926. Diamond Rings are something that never wear out—fib e mounting; of coarse will wear bat the same stone in a new setting la always a new ring. alwayi the bett. Always the Cheapest and J. 119 West Third Street. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bid)?.. Phone 185. HowDoWeDolt? 7 itrla* to tram. ftt machine* 117. Compl»to with ill «ttiohm«nti theffl Wot fed Hennr •»• HAPQOOD PLOW CO. It Pay» to hay the Bett. Pried Right A TrW Offer CMYtocet. , .. T. M. ANDERSON,.«pj£L Pboo* I7». • »•"" ""' Q. E. WILKINSON, /M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OHicc—uor. and *nd Market «t». R«iidene«— 3*1 BMt i»'h it. Office Telephonp tot- Residence 1903. S hurtlett School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL, W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. LADIES ! MAKE YOUR OWN DRESSES. Up-to-date dress making taught at our parlors. Fashionable Ladles Tailoring done at reasonable prloes. Ail work guaranteed BROWNWELL & CLEMM, 1026 Second st. Bluff City Lodge Officers. v The following officers were elected last night at the annual election of Bluff Olty Lodge No. 237, A. O. U. W., for ttte ensuing year:' P. M. W.—G. W. Wesoott. M. W.—W. Hinterthler. Foreman—Qeo. B. Loog. Overseer—E. Lavenue, Jr. Recorder—0. F. Stelzell. Receiver—Asa Hutchinson. Flnanoler-Q. W. Weaooit. . Guide—T. Mellieon. I. W.—H. Hellrung: O. W.—J. Vogel. . Money to Loan. There will be a meeting of the Pia- Building and Loan Association Thursday evenlnor, Deo. 15, at 7:30 o'clock. Money to Loan. L. PFEIFFENBERGER, Pros. J. F. McGiNNis, Secretary. Dorsey fuel Uo. have left Belle street and are now located at 814 Piasa street. Give them a call. Gun and look repairing done by Hubbel.—Jarrett building, e. 2nd st. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Doreey Fuel Go. They have moved to 814 Plasa street. Every reader of this paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Oo. In thla Issue. It will interest you. Hard Spring Wheat : "Cream of the Earth," »4 00. ALTON ROLLBB MILLING oo. Dr. A. O. Barr, dentist, 118 W. 3d st BY THE THUHdRAbH PRINTING COMPANY. WEDNESDAY EVE., DEU. 14. Stftats Attorney Stoats wan over from EdWArdBvllle today on business. Men's nice leather pocket books at GOo.— L Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Oo. Dr. G. A. McMlllen, dentist, post- office bullditg, Mr. H. A. Betz la moving Into his new home which Is almost completed. Good mixed candy only 10 cents a pound and everything else In OhrlRt- mas goods Is of good quality and low price, at Anna Dletsouy's. We keep opeu house until 8 p. m.— A. Neermann & Son. Oapt. John N.Hamilton has come to Alton to spend the winter with his children. Good Boy Wanted—To learn barber trade.—Maul & Hall, Piasa st. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zangg, 210 Plasa st Type writer ribbons and carbon paper at Seely's. Ready for Xmas? Yest H. J. BOWMAN & CO. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Mattl & Hall, Piasa st. Fancy articles and tempting viands at the Presbyterian sale and supper Dec. 14th. Gomel Christmas cards and calendars at R. F. Seely's make nice holiday gifts. The prettieet dolls and toys, For nil the girls and Doys. Just think at cost. H. J. BOWMAN & CO. Mend broken dishes with "OHmaf' Glue Cement. Druggists and grocers. Dr.A.W.Kue. Denttec, upalding bid. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st Miss Bessie Brenbolt, of Omaha, Neb., who has been visiting in this city at the home of Col. J. J. Brenholt, Is visiting at Jerseyvllle. Xmas novelties, a bouse full at H. J. BOWMAN & CO. Try Neinlnger's Magnolia and new improved Fig. Buy "LaBelle The best, 94.00. The ladiHB of the Presbyterian church are serving supper this even- Ing in the refectory of the church, and also are holding their annual sale ot fancy articles. Handkerchiefs! Well, we should say Handkerchiefs! Holiday Handkerchiefs for everybody, at H. J. BOWMAN & CO. Men's Gloves of ail kinds at reasonable prices, 26c up to 81.25.—L. G. Brneggeman Tailoring Oo. Miss Mary E. Sloper, formerly of Upper Alton, was among the nurses the government sent to Manila on toe steamer St. Paul, which sailed from San Kranoisoo a few days ago. Ladies fur Collarettes, Capes and Jackets. Gents, this is your ohance. H. J. BOWMAN & OO. Olty Clerk Bierbaum issued toe first marriage license last evening that he has issued since he received his appointment. Arthur H. Smith and Dells H. Yager, both of Moro were the applicants for the license. We are offering child's jackets at reduced prices. Here's a good chance for a Christmas present. Make your selection early before the rush. Stop that cough with Stanley's White Pine.—Paul's Pharmacy. Smoke Hell's "Keystone" 10? cigar. In Upper Alton interest centers about a happy nuptial event that rumor says will soon take place Both young people are move in the best of Upper f Alton society and are very popular. Hand bags.purses and pocket books. We have them in any color and shape. H. J. BOWMAN & CO. The camping club of the Y. M. 0. A. that spent ten days at Six Mile Island last summer, will hold a reunion in Y. M. 0. A. parlors Friday evening, which their parents and friends are Invited to attend. The boys will have a good time telling over their stories of Camp experiences. See our fine assortment of Rugs. Come now while the assortment is still complete.—A Neermann & Sou. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Allen bavq issued invitations to a dancing party at their home on State street for their oldest son, Howard Allen, who is now at Yale College. The party will be given Deo. '28 and quite a number of invitations are out. Present yourself with nice warm Underwear, Comforts and Blankets from our complete stock. H I J.BOWMAN&CO. Opal and Diamond Ring*. For a, holiday gift you can not flnd anything better, and our selection Is a good on*. .Our prloes are right, too. —J. H£&QOtb, Third Street Jeweler. For factory pants see Norman. Boys' 60S, 60f and 75>, Men's 91 and 91.25; good pants for boys and youths 81, 91.20, 91 2o. Men's corduroy, 92.25. A meeting of the Alton Christian Endeavor Union Wat held la«t evening in the C. P. church. The program included an address by Rev. J. B. Fairbank and a conference of committees. The following officers were elected: J. C. Menoh, President; J. 0. Montgomery, Secretary ;Mlsn Ednn Smith, Treasurer. Refreshments wnro served at the close by the C. P. society. Sterling Sliver Noveltlei. They make neat and appropriate Christmas gifts, and are not very expensive. Our lino of new goods is complete and there Is a flno selection. -J.IT, Booth, the Third Street Jeweler. No Bill Yet riled. « Corporation Counsellor Baker stated today tbnt no bill had been fllod asking for a temporary injunction to prevent Alexander Wegener quarrying rock on Eaeton street. Mr. Baker stated that while the bill had not been filed, it was the intention to do so, and that he was now preparing it. But before doing 00 he would give Mr. Wngener and his attorney the usual notice that he would apply, in the name of the city, for a temporary Injunction. The Mayor staled, last night, at the Council meeting that he had directed the Counselor to apply for the injunction. Musical and Dramatic Entertainment. A musical and dramatic entertainment will be given in the Sunday school rooms of the Unitarian church on Friday evening, Dec. 16th, 1898, at 8 o'clock. A fine program will be given consisting of vocal and Instru- emntal music and the rendition of the popular Oomedettain throojacte entl- tled"Masquea." Remember the date, come and enjoy one of the finest entertainments of the season. Admission: Adults, 25f. Children, 10f. Expansion Policy at Betz'i. We have bad to expand our store to accommodate our trade, and bavo three stores. Onr stock of cblnaware In the basement is complete and includes many fine Christmas presents. On the first floor we have a full line of dry goods and notions, and on the second floor the finest selection of toys in the city. Consult your own interests during the holidays by trad- Ing w.th us. We give trading stamps. H. A. BETZ, 652 E. Second it. Lost. From 1108 George street, a young pug dog. Reward will be paid for recovery. T. H. KAUFFMAN. Collision on the Bluff Line There was an .unimportant collision on the Bluff Line this morning. A freight train going south ran into yard engine No. 6 at the Armstrong quarry The crew of the yard engine saw that a collision would occur and an at tempt was made to start the engine backward, but the rails were frosty and the wheels would not stick. Both engines were slightly domaged and the track was blocked for some time. The 9 o'clock train was delayed almost an hour before the track was cleared. Safe of Fancy Articles. The Sale of fancy articles of the Ladies' Sawing Society of the First Baptist church will take place at the residence of Mrs. Geo. T. Davis, No. 527, Alby street, Fiiday afternoon and evening, Dec. 16,1898. Gonts Holiday Neckwear, the prettiest and latest. Ladies, this is your chance. H. J. BOWMAN & CO. Christmas Dinner for the Poor. The W. 0. T. U. ladies are working in real earnest for their Christmas dinner for the poor of Alton. .Mrs. S. Dernutu has been appointed general manager of the committee in charge of the dinner and now has soliciting contributions of good thmgs a committee consisting of Mrs. Jno. Armstrong, Mrs. Anna Dude, Mrs. F. M. Van Treese, Mra. J. V. Roe, Mrs. T. W. Bargese, Mrs. E. A. Smith, Mrs. J. M. Logan, Mrs. R. Holden, Mrs. H. T. Wheelock. The dinner is to be a banquet, said one of the ladies this morning, and not a thing will be wanting to make it a success. The spread will be in tho old post office room from 9 to 2 o'cjoofc Christmas day, Deo. 26, and all contributions should be sent there between the hours of 9 and 12° of that day. The ladies will devote the whole of their Christmas holiday to making their less fortunate fellow beings have a good meal. . Xmas Presents. Did you see our elegant stock of Men's Neckwear. A neat box goes with every Tie and would make a beautiful Xmas present. Come early while the selection Is good.—L. G. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. EXAMINE OUR CLOTHES And yon will see that the patterns wo enow ore tho newest nnd tho beat. If you urn looking for a Made-ta Order Suit that h»a stylo, lit and tlnlsh at a fair prlcu, come to us. Business SulU $16 to $20, Cutaways $20 up. Overcoats (18 up. Anyway come In and DUO our goods and prices" L Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 221 Flaaa at. The BOYS should be kept warm. Take time and come and see what a nice line of Boys Suits and Overcoats We can' show you. We have them in ages 3 to > 5 years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SeHWEPPE, Third Street Clothier. M ANY UFFS Yes too Many. We will distribute them before CHRISTMAS TIME for a small consideration, in this manner. A Black Hare, worth any time $1,00 for 50c. An Extra Good Hare, worth any time $1.50 for75c, Oppossum Muff " " " 2.00 for $1.00. " Extra " " " 2.50 for 1.25. Electric Seal, " " " 2.50 for 1,25. Wool « " ji " 4.00^for 1.75. Monkey Fur " " " $6^0$?, 3.00. Squirrel Fur «» « «« $g to $7, 3.00, SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY. PIERS©N & 6ARR D. G- ZERO WEATHER. Temperature Drops to Below Zero and Again Breaks the Record. Last night was the coldest night of .he year. The cold was the still dry cold of the northern latitude and quite an nnuaual thing for this part of the country. The lowest temperature recorded this morning was 0 degrees below zero, and in many places about town thermometers showed from 5 degrees to 3 deg. below zero. The atmosphere was crisp and frosty and very invigorating. Not a breath of air was stirring and notwithstanding the cloudless sky there was no thawing. At an early hour thia morning a fog of misty vapor, blown up by a warm south wind, settled down and congealed on the cold surfaces of roofs, trees, pavements and elsewhere. The extensive willow groves across the river were covered with a heavy hoar-frost that ihade a beautiful scene. Every branch and twig of trees was coated with a thick covering of the white frost, which tharise in temperature soon dissolved. "The Hu?e-Loomislce Co. today put a force of men to work at scraping the enow covering off the ice field so that the cold could have full action on the ice. The ice is thickening rapidly arid has now reached a thickness of 8 inches. In a few days the company will bo ready to begin cutting ice with a large force of men at work. The ice houses ac'oss the river are being put into good shape preparatory to starting the harvest. Black and Fancy Silks in plain and fancy weaves for Waist, Skirt or Gown, at H." J. BOWMAN & GO'S. SeeJ E. Holl for gifts, 648 east 2nd st. Smoker Xmas For Men Only. Surprise your wife with a truly useful present. A new Carpet for Instance; we can sew and lay them on short notice.—A. Neermann & Son. The Christmas chance of a life time. Toys at cost.—H. J. BOWMAN & CO. Masonic Election. At the annual communication of Piasa Lodge, No. 27, A. F. & A. M., held Tuesday evening, offlsers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: W. M.—Ohas. Huskinson. S. W.—Orland Hemphill. J. W.—Jesse Stewarl. Treasurer—Qeo. H. Smiley. Secretary—J. T. McOlure. S. D.—Louis Berner, Jr. J. D,—Tbos. Hamilton. S. S.—Frank W. Grosh. J. 8.—Adam Wachter. Tyler—Joshua Dixon. ' Fred.S. Detrlch and Robt. M.Forbes were designated for Representatives in the Masonic Temple Association for ensuing two years. W. M.-elect Huskinson is one of the youngest membera of Piasa Lodge over elected to that responsible position. Warm lined knit and ki;i Mittens and Gloves, just the thing for this cold weather. H. J. BOWMAN & CO. Try Holl'a Buck Eye 5j> Oigar. Go to M. Morltz's for your collars, 15C, two for 25,«, for your cuffs, 2fij» per pair. The beat for the money. Try the Best, "LaBelle," $4.00. UPPERALTON. T. G. Emerson'returned last night from Bowling Green, Mo. Miss Magie Morgan is very nick with whooping cough and malaria. The Woman's Club held a business meeting this afternoon at Martfca Wood cottage. Mrs. M. Durham is visiting in Missouri. The Shurtleff Oratorical Association hold a meeting lust night at which the question to be dia- ouHBod In the 8hurtleff-Blaok- hurn debate was read and accepted. Prol. Marshall Snow, Dean of the Department of Literature of Washington University, selected the question, which in an follows: Resolved, That International Disarmament is both deniable and feasible." Tho Demi-annual mooting of the Shurlloff Hoard of TriiHteeH lain session at the oollegH today. Rnv. M. D. HayneHof Chicngo, prrsided. Capt, Tavlor, of Taylorvlllp, Wfis in attan- dance this morning. Hoe our show windows as a sll({ht indication of what wo linyo to HMOW yon. H. J. BOWMAN & CO. Llndloy & Dickinson. HmitiAtd, Nl«- bett bld(?., opp. City Building. ~~Clrl Wanted. Apply at 220 12th at. Have your gun smithing and look repairing dono at tho old river stand of B. Dorsott. A full line of repairs will be found there »t all times. Good work guaranteed.—W. D. Fluent. | DON'T MONKEY .With your health, It's not healthy. < Get jtood Medicines and get Cured. 5 When you buy drugs, medicines or ^anything else you get the real thing it PAUL BROS., Prescription Specialists. i"THE CORNER DRUG STORE." Henry and Second. -*•—-• xi-oO Ladles of Maccabees. Madison Hive, No. 104, Ladies of the Maccabees, held their animal election of officers last evening, which resulted as follows: Past Commander, Louies. Volper; Commander, Julia Brueggemann; Lieut. Commander, Blanche Eisner; Record Keeper, Matilda Robertson; Financial Keeper, Anna Penning; Sergeant, Caroline Putze; Mistress at Arms, Minnie Brueggemann; Chaplain, Amelia Schrimpf; Sentinel, Maggie Burns; Picket, Lizzie Qortnley. Holiday Umbrellas—Raised in style and lowered in price, at H. J. BOWMAN & GO'S. Trading Mamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.— Doraej Fuel Co. • Fancy Goods and Brie a Brae. You get them without fancy profit* at H. J. BOVVMAN&CO. Scott is the busiest tailor in town. The only place to buy GillespleOoal is 814 Piasa street.—Dorsey Fuol Co. Hard Sprlno WheatT "Cream of the Earth'," S4.00. ALTON ROLLBB MILLING Co. COL. Billy Br.an did not wait long after his resignation was accepted until he sent forth a flood of views—not on 16 to 1, but on "imperialism," or colonial possessions, on which question he probably knows as little as he does on free coinage. In his interview he favors ratifying the treaty between the Uuit»d States and Spain, and keeping United States soldiers in the Philippines until a stable government can be organized. If United States troops are kept in the Philippines until a stable government can be organized, they will be there long after the daisies are blooming over Billy's grave, even should the gallant Colonel, who never saw an armed enemy, lives to be a centenarian. Billy wants a coaling station on Luzon Island, and a harbor in Cuba, and would not object to annexing Porto Rioo provided the natives were willing, but the Philippines never—they are too far off. And this is Billy's foreign policy—almost as confused and ae childisn as bis financial ideas. But anything that causos the Colonel to stop talking 16 to 1 nonsense will be a great relief no matter how chimerical. It will be at least a change of program for .the boy orator. The Modern Mother has found that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative effects of a gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup do. only. Burglar Notes. The little Ridge station of the ll.u- lliigton seems to have a hard time with burglars. Monday night, for the third time, the station was broken into by some one for tho purp^o of rob bery. The old iron mile was blown opun but no money was in it. A mackintosh bclongiii;.; to Mr. ,1. B. Thomas was Likun. Ag.mt Thoinus lias not ki<pt niotioy in tlio building f jr some tlmv, us burglars have had no fliillciilty in entering. Tho Upper Alton burglur IIIIH ro- tired, it is (supposed, and is living on the proceeds of hia midnight raidu A POBI OBAPI CHt»M or TAHT«n POWDtd •DR. CREAM BAKING PCWDfB Awarded Highest Honors, World'* Fair Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair $13.50 is all we ask for a warranted 20 year Gold Filled Ladies Watch. A genuine snap. Only a few at this price. Our stock of Ladies' Chains is very low in price and high in quality. Solid Gold as low as $6.50. Gent's Chains and Scarf Pins at all prices. AH suitable for Christmas presents. Don't forget our $1.98 Umbrella for Gent's and Ladies. *-•>: E. H. GOULDING'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry House. Patronage hangs on a thread; that thread is your satisfaction. Treat you honestly and* it's as strong as a cables abuse-your confidence and it may snap like a cobweb. We are striving to build cables; therefore we handle teas and coffees imported by Chase & Sanborn. This name means a great deal in these days of cheap everything; it is a name that brings you a guarantee and satisfaction that no other line of tea and coffee will produce. TH0S GOUDIE. Agent for CHASE & SA^BORN'Sjlmportations. No. 26 West Second st. j- -;. Telephone BOYS! You could not please your boy better than by buying him a nice RIFLE for Christmas. 22 Caliber Rifles at all prices from $2 to $i2.£o. Air Rifles from 75^ to $2. A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belte P. S.—We are headquarters for Barney and Berry Skates. THE BEST QUALITY In Hour for your Christmas baking is necessary to make paltry, cakes, pies. etc. We have the best grades of flour and every hing in the line of table delicacies. Fine Spices, RaisinsFigs, Shelled Almonds, Nuts, Olive Oils, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peels, Fresh Eggs, Boiled Cider. Sweet FWida Oranges and choice Table Apples. J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belle street. Phone 187 TOYS! A large and complete lino of TOYS up-to-date Ju« ^ ^ Whloh wo uro ready to dhow to all. \V«K"''"i ' ro «J 10 ' U P> "OWl* ;„« UurrowH. IOC up; U<» 0»rt8, 26» up; Doll Hubs W up; OtialH, W* *0\> ' T. k blo«, av up; BaakB. 8* up; Tool UIIMMH, 10* up; Dolls, l/» up. BltAf^- ^ Hobby Jlor»o8, D«»kB, Bla-k Boardn, Hanoi-,; Doll Beds andOradlM,, -\ Blilo Hoards. Htiok llorsea nnd Ohimua, Uuudery Bet*, DraiM, , I'UinoH, Trunks. Haw uml Saw Bunk, eto. All kluda of QuaiM. A > grout varloty of 1'uuuy Goods. H. A. BETZ.ft50B.2d , «^rd "X uK \»*

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