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Fteliof* BV THE TELEGRAPH PRINTINO CODPANY. THURSDAY EVE., DEU. ir>. "Two yean ago I suffered severely from neuralgia and p»I- . pitation of the heart. I was unable to do light hotuework. Nothing brought relief until I took Dr. Mile? Heart Cure, 3 bottles removed all trace of my disorder and I now feel like a new woman. Mr., j. o. Houston, IBB 8. Water St., Exsiter, N. H. " Off. MILES' Heart Cure I* gold by all druggists on guarantee flnt bottle benefits or money back. Book on heart ana nerve* cent free, Or. Millet Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. V. S. MXON, NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Porthereaf 1M8 w« shall charge tbe following rtt<w for transient notloes In our looal col- amDit PUR uici. Single lOMrtlofl 10 cants. Three to flv« Insertion j 7 cunts. Bli to twelve Insertion! S cents, tUnt OV tDTtKTlBlNO. THAKSIUJT.-60 cents per Inch first Insertion, and H oenti p«r Inch for eaoh subsequent Insertion. W per Inch first month, 11.50 per Inch eaob month thereafter. LMAl ADtMTIItNO nt** laoh for the Drat Insertion, and CO cents »er fbea tor each subsequent Insertion. How (o Do It. If you want to rent houses or rooms, If yon want to sell anything, If you want to flnd any lost article, Advertise in the Telegraph. OOOO<HX>OOOOOO< Bow would MoKlnley and Wheeler do for President and Vice President tn 1900? One a Union soldier, the other a Confederate hero, and one of the heroes of Santiago. vllle, to visit with relatives. Mr. A. I,. Abbot!, of St. Louie, was In town yesterday. Master 1'nul Shattnck Is ill with diphtheria. The Woman's Olub held n business mooting yesterday afternoon at the Martha Wooa (Jotiage and elected tlie following officem: President, Mrs. O. B. Dodge; Vice President, Mi". Ohas. Falrmnn; Secretary, Mrs. A. M. Jackson: Treasurer, Mm. II. 0. First. Will Loehr Is moving his family from their cottage on Merchant street to one of Miss Chnpln's houses on Liberty street,. The pupils o the public school are practicing for a Christmas entertainment to be given next week. The date of the Hhurtlcff-Blnokburn debate has been eet for tbe last Friday Iti February. The Shurtleff Athletic Association held Its annual meeting yesterday and elected officers as follows: President, A. IJ, Oox; Vice-President, 0. A. Darrow; Secretary, D. 8 Burdick) Treasurer, A. J. Edwards; Directors, Prof. Jackson, Prof. 8. E. Swartz, J. Rhoads, L. Starkey, J. Starkweather, 0. Haynes. At the Hhurllofl Board meeting yesterday Hev. Simeon Ilussey was chosen a trustee to Oil the place vacated by the resignation of \vm. D. ward, of Pana. A resolution providing for the placing three fire escapes 01 the college domltory was passed. Good health is worth more than anything else to you, and every bottle of Hood's tiarsaparllla contains good health. FOSTCRBURG. Architect, and Superimendeni Plani and Specifications for Work Accurately Furnished; orriOB OVER ALTOV SAVINGS BANE VEST was certainly very hard pressed for authorities to tustaln bis anti- colonial speech when he cited the infamous and brutal decision of Obief Jantloe Taney In the Drod Scott case, M. MAHONEY, ESTATt POSTIALB. Two-ftory donblt brlok dwdllnf 10 rooms t-room frame dwelling on Fountain it, M-roem brlok dwelling on Belle st, , (-room frame dwelling on State st. t-room frame dwelling wltn Blots Up One-story l-room frame dwelling, R> J er Aluii WUllan MTxiCOCt west line of Main street. Big none thlB. Two-story (-room frame dwelling on Bluff K-aore tract near EdwardsTlllo On iloc. «lh i le (ton t-room brtoV dwelling, oor tu am 'We eta. 40-acre farm, I miles southwest ot Frlghtor Two-story brlok store, No. 611 Bellf. it. BUtr-acre farm, good brlok dwelling ant tnae barn/ Jersey count*. Two-story brlok store, No. 61J Belle it. Two-story t-room frame, slate roof dwelling lota and (4 aores of laud Bonania for pur ae-story 4-room frame dwelling, oor. Alb) iro flae lots on State street, north of Bluff st — lota on Dry street. atory (-room frame dwelling, larga ban acres of land, 1 lorth Alton. re farm three miles north of. Upper Altoi lots on Hasten atreet, MxUO each, •room frame dwelling, Highland Park. Mt«n brlok buildings,*, oor. ftb and Pls»> •Mel anl boarding home. t-ro »• frame Iwellln* on nh it .osar Reroi JOSEPH Medill, the veteran editor of the Obloago Tribune, states that one million dollars were pale! to members of tbe Legislature that passed tbe Allen street railway law. If Me- dlll's statement Is true, it explains how some of tbe legislators of that •enion fly with golden wings. LEADING Democratic Senators do not take kindly to Bryan's proposition to make antl expansion the Issue tor 190'. Senator Jones Intimates that that would be a losing Issue; that It will be settled one way or another long before 1900. Bryan has rather confused Ideas. Hlg talking powers have been like a safety valve held down by a heavy weight. The heavy weight in Billy'a case was his Colonelcy in tbe army. As soon as that was ramoved there was a terrible explosion of words, without much mean- log. ^ ALL WOMEN Off all th» pain I sndatcknenfrom which women! •utter It caused L tgr WMtatM or! deranfementlnl the organs oft menstruation.! Nearly always | whsn a woman U not wall theM or|ani an affected. But whan they are ttrong and healthy • woman U very leldom sick. THE Globe-Democrat contains a sensational dispatch from Washington, D. O., to the effect that Senator Oullom will accept tbe position of Secretary of the Interior in President McKlnley's cabinet wbeu Cornelius Bliss resigns; Jthat Governor Tanner will succeed Oallom, and tbat Lieut.- QoV. Nortbcott will become Governor •nd a candidate for re-election in 1000. The foundation upon which this rather gauzy story rests is quite shaky. Indeed tbe story is easily spoiled by tbe statement tbat Illinois is now represented in tbe cabinet by Secretary of the Treasury Gage, and is not likely to get a second cabinet officer. b nature,'* provision for tho re«*. latlon of tho menstrual function. It cure* all " female troubles." It III equally effective for the girl tn her teens, the yomg wife wfth do- tnettlo and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known M the •' Change of Life." The/ «|l need U. They are all buefltted by ft. ' fertMet to ouu nqulrtnr apedal address, fivlr- -•--«""" dles 1 Advisory „_, ttuoon Medicine CuT A90BB. T4M. THKKK appears to be a wide difference between the views of tbe two Massachusetts Senators on the question of colonial posset slons. Senator Hoar Is very strongly opposed to the idea, while Senator Lodge favors It. Both are able men of large experience. But Hoar has tbe weight of 70 years or more on his shoulders, and is naturally conservative, while Lodge is In middle life, progressive, and looks forward ^to a great future for the country. Hoar sees only Washington and the fathers of the republic, who represented six millions of people. Lodge sees a great struggling world .before him, and la ready to enter tbe contest and work for development, progress and success. Tbe sunset's rays are resting upon tbe vener • able senior Senator from the Bay State, and be hesitates to enter the great rush. He is no doubt right, so far as be Individually is concerned, but not for the generation of younger men now in the arena or entering therein. During this zero weather .the snow la a benefit to wheat, that Is, if anything can benefit Its sick'ly appearance. This weather Is just suitable for the farmer to butcher bis porkers. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Mason, of Brighton, spent Sunday at the burg. John Ornettel, of Alton, made a business trip to the burg, his former home. Mr. Ohas. Oat went to St. Louis Saturday on business and returned Monday. Mr. Louis Rocker and Jos. Helnes were at tbe county seat Tuesday on business. Messrs. Sam Harris and John Measel and Misses Lillle Newhaus and Dellma Newbaua called on friends in Alton Sunday. Miss Mecca Thompson and Mr. Fred Bauer have banded in their subscription to tbe TELEGRAPH for a year. Jos. Dillon and Fred Sballenburg have finished their labors at the oounty seat as Jurors and returned home. Oiias. Paul and Wm. Herman are to serve for tbe next two weeks. Mr. Harry Clayton baa been, delivering coal from bis slope, which Jaa. Burns pnd Andy Frankford have completed and are in charge of. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodd rejoice over the arrival of a fine baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Warner are pleased In like manner on account of the arrival of a fine baby girl. Mr. Moses Tnompaen was engaged one day last week at Mrs. O. O. Brown's farm dehorning cattle. The Woodmen at their last meeting elected the following officers: V. O , O.Herman; W. A., 0. Odt; E., E. Qriebel; 0., H. G. Bassett; 8. A. Challenge worth; W., O. Harris; 0. F., J. Oat. F. Aue, one of tbe burg boys who is a member of the 221 infantry, is stationed at Ft. Crook, Neb. Mlsa Minnie Haag, after a protracted illness, died Saturday evening at tbe age of 40 years. Tbe funeral took place from the German M E. church, Monday afternoon. Services were conducted by Rev. Nuetssman. Marshal Alexander, colored, who lives three miles north of here, created a little excitement by taking on last Thursday night a horse from Jos. Jackson. Tho noree was driven to Alton and driven so hard tbat it died. Tbe affair makes trouble for some ono. A pie social will be given by the ladles of tbe Mt. Olive church on the 20th at Mr. 8. Gulp's residence. All are invited. Christmas exercises will be held at tbe churches on Christmas night. A dance will be given at tue ball on Christmas eve by young men from the west side. Tbe band boys entertainment which wilt be given during tbe holidays promises to be sometbig good. They have new scenery for the occasion and will have a good house. The ladies of the Baptist ahurcb expect to give an entertainment in the near future to wblcb all will be welcome. ON THE MOVF. We keep constantly on the move to keep tip-to-date In stock, q'mlltv and price. Our CHINA and TOY Stocks have been plucked from the creme- de-la-cromo of the market, and nothing In Alton or Ht. Lonls can compare with them In value for the money. We Import our foreign goods and buy direct from the factory In this country and in many Instances retail our goods at Icsntban wholesale stores ask for them. For the convenience of our many friends we have opened our Toys on the ground iloor 317 Belle street, and are now ready !t.o wait on you and urgently advise all to cone at once and make their selection. We only 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 tbe TOY lino on so grand and complete a scale in Alton and we hope you will not wait until the cream of the stock Is picked. Come early, yon have nothing to lose and everything to gflin. HOPPE'S WTBAITO. Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Bangert spent Sunday In tbe city. Mrs, Hllkn Keinel and Miss Lulu were guests of Alton friends Wedneo- day. Mi'« EstpJln Judd is spending several days with friends In Ed wards- vine. Mr. and Mr?. John Balster were recent gueslp of relatives at Mew Baden. Mrs. Balster was detained on account of her daughter contracting a severe OP Be of lung fev»r while there. The working degree staff of the Alton Rebefcah Lodge will institute a lodge here Friday night. J. B. Kelsey and Miss Carrie Uzzell were visitors to St. Lonls Thursday, The new bell of the M. E. ohurob baa arrived and baa been placed in position. Rev. Turner is rejoicing over a HELP IS AT HAND. One of the Worst Dkeages Kfli"fl 10 Man Is Overcome by Modern Schme. When the common symptoms of aanej Irou- flne boy. B. W. Humphrey la seriously slok. a canning fao- through some CHINA STORE, 110 West 3d st. TOY STORE, 31? Belle st. MORO. is I COOPER, Tvptto, MlM.,Mpl lUrtunsrsdlremysryln .tes^urai ^Mtii 1 *' Levl Darls, Solicitor for Compl'ts. MASTER'S SALE. •t*t«DC Ullaols, oounty of Madison, 8H. In the Circuit Court, October term, A. O., t Wade, Mary B. Wade, Samuel Wade _^>Une B. Wade, va Henry C rrlest, l W. Pennlngton, Jacob Magulre, Charles d Tbomaa Dlmmook. in Chancery. Is hereby given tbat by virtue of a de--'* oourt. made at the October term, In tbe above entitled cauae. Master In Cbano ry ot aald Jwbllo vendue tol'he hlgbeat der, for oath In hand, on TUWDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF JANUARY, A. D., low, .hour of ten o'clock a. m., |at tbe north door of tbe City Hall building In the city of l. the following described real estate, ultu- i^ SSS i^"u oount>r ot Mlu)l ' i0n * nd sute of ""• *» **W»ioutbbaJfoflotNo. eight (8). In block Ko, twelve (W.) Alton City Proper, In tbe oil/ .•f.Aiton, oounty of Madison and State of Illf- .1 weat forty-two and one half (tilt) t No, «lx (flj In Wgolf No. twelve (I«J, T Proper. In the olty - •"- , roper. In the olqr of Alton, oounty and elate oeilllnoln. No. thirty-tour (M) In tbe town o, county of MadUon and Stale at ----- the railroad rights ot way with <be above U>rm» and executed by ld de- »yv -w*»» -»*w BVMTO fesSdi'^rr" 416 - cery. Words of Conciliation. President MoKlnley Is making a tour of the South, by invitation. On Wednesday tie addressed a joint srs- alon of tbe Georgia Legislature at Atlanta. la the course of bis short speech, Mr. McKinley constantly paused for the cheers to stop. A scene of Intense enthusiasm followed when, amid impressive silence these words fell from tbe lips of tbe President: "Every soldier's grave made during tbe unfortunate Oivfl war is a tribute to American valor. And while, wbeu those graves were made, we differed widely about tbe future of the Government, those differences were long ago settled by tbe arbitrament of arms—and tbe time has come In tbe evolution of sentiment and feeling under tbe providence of God wbeu In tbe spirit of fraternity we should share with you io tbe care of Iho graves of tbe Confederate soldiers." A wild cheer went up from every throat In tbe typical Southern audience, a cbeer tbat eobood and reechoed through tue chamber until it was taken up by tbe crowds outside. Old men, who fought (or the South, rjse from their seats autl waved tholr bats. Oue Confederate veteran, now a veueiable legislator, bad pressed forward until be was leaning against tbe Speaker's desk, banging on eaob word tbe President uttered. When tbe reference was made to tbe Con • federate dead this old man buried his bead lu bis arms, and while tbe cheers ratt£ out oriel ilka a little child. Of all tbe many conciliatory speech- en which bave been made since Grunt Hid "Let tbere be peace, 1 ' nothing ba» more deeply stirred a Southern audlonoe than tbe simple words of President MoKlnley Wednesday afternoon. :'-;! of Your ICnm, An English writer, who for 15 years or nioro liua been n student of criminnl anthropology, Buys that largo, voluminous aura uro tho most marked character- ietio of tho criminal.—Philndalphiu lull uirer Spain'* IfliO.OOO.ooo. U'lmt'll we Uo wllh this money of ours— Monuy wo Hi-urccly oxpcoted? No ono will hint Unit we've wasted the hours Nor the country's finances neglected. Shall wo devote It to powder ami shot And talk about fierceness anil slaughter, Uiiylrm Mlilps. to be milled no doubt to our lot Of scrap Iron under salt water? i Shall wo nlrnulutc pride and (Hill uneer at the rules Uy which tho world inuke* Its progres- Hlon? Or Hlmll we hire teiK-liem and open up HCllOUlH And Ity lo be In the i>ri>c«Hulon? — \Vuuhlngton Star. SCROFULA It is Foul Blood's ment Advertise- UPPER ALTON. Mill Gertrude Merrlman returned to ber borne in Godfrey, yesterday, liter a abort visit with Mrs. Perry. If Mw Ollle ObrUty went to Oariln. But It Is Soon Cured by Hood's Sarsaparlllj. Yea, Scrofula, If anythiiig, may bo called "loodvertidomoiit of foul blood. It IH tlic doourgeof tho world—offeiinlvt<, painful, debilitating, ntubborn and well ulgh unendurable. Outward application's do not euro, they only drive tho difficulty to now quarteru. Emolllonta may palliate, they cannot abolish tho evil. There la but one uuro way out, and that la to eliminate tho taint from tho blood. There ia one remedy that can effect tbla, and It ia tho only one that, so far aa wu know, has almost invariably succeeded — oven whore the ayatem baa been poisoned by long yoara ot taint, aud the ravages to be repaired are tremendous.' That remedy la Hood's Buraaparllla. Itcadtbla: " My daughter was ailllcted with Impure blood. Tuoro wore running sores all over bor body Aiici they canned her much suffering. Wu trlod medicines that wore recommended aa blood purifiers, but could not ooe I hat they did any good. A frluud told mo about Hood's Harsapa- rllla and I began giving tho girl this medicine, Tho result was that abo waa perfectly cured uftor taking a few bottles. Bhe bun had no symptoms of nurofula Korea slnco that time." MAKIKTTA M. SMITH, South Hlddleboro, Mann. HOOU 9 parilla Is tliu boat -lu (aut the Ono True Illuod 1'urlflur, Insist upon lloon's; Utk« no sukutltute, HOOd'8 jPiillS &-iSM&vrtaudx. wjtU Hatch, of Springfield, visitor at tile FJagg homestead. '' Wm. Sknnkel Is placing a cream separator in bis dairy. W. P. Blshoff, the Springfield evan- will lecture at tbe Presbyterian church Thursday evening. His theme will be "That Boy." The continued cold weather la proving a harvest to the two local Moro coal mines. 0. E. Stahl was a St. Loals vieitor Tuesday. Jacob Frey is back from St. Loula and at bis old post again as manager of the Paddock farm. Geo. Kabel came down from Chicago Saturday night, and spent Sunday with home folks. He returned Sunday night. OaPBiua 0. Hatcber and family were out from at. Louis and spent a month with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Skinner, at Kidgeiey. Zeph. E. Bivena, Maater of the Woodrlver Grange, and Mrs. 0. S. Stahl, are attending the annual meeting of tbe State Grange at Springfield. Mrs. Stahl is well known in Grange circlda as "Sister Katherlne." Oar fjrcneM are filling their ica houses with a fine quality of ice aoven inches thick. Mr. and Mrs, Nornsan O. Flagg mourn tbe loan of their little Bessie, and Infant of four months. They have the sympatny of a boat of friends. There were a number of skating parties in tbia vicinity last week. The young folks enjoyed the fine skating hugely. » The Hickory Grove Literary ia again on, and aa a social feature the meet ings are rare treats to all wbo attend. J. F. Campbell ia President and Miss Roaa Kmnard Secretary., Mra. Lida Berry died of heart failure after a protracted illness at the residence of E. T. Keunedy, Monday afternoon, Dec. 12. She waa in ber 42d year. Sue waa married to J. W Berry, September, 1878 He preceded her to the grave, he being killed in some mysterious way in April, 18S7, on tbe I. & St. L. H. R., between tte- thalto and East Alton. To them were born two children, both of whom survive. She waa a slater of Alfred D and J. Smith Rlley of Moro, and Ed. B. Riley of East Alton, and Mra. Maria Sapp of Farina, The funeral services were conducted oy her pastor, Kev. J. H. Byere, at tbe Presbyterian church, Wednesday morning. The pall bearers were Win. Hudson, Martin and Herman Aljets, L. 8. Doraey, N. J. Yager and W. Snunkel. A petition has been circulated and numerously aigned praying the road oomtnlaslonern to open a new road from tho Springfield toai west through the Uuterbr'ink farms and intersect the Moro and Doraey ro ids. Mr. and Mra. T. O. Dillon were in town Wednesday evening and attsnd- ed the Smith-Yoger nuptials. P. J. Sapp, of Ulay county, was called here Monday. Uo is renewing old acquaintances. Madlsou county's first township Farmers' Institute will be hi-ld at the Liberty Prairie school house next Saturday, the 17th inst., and all farmers who can should attend. Here Is the I'nOCiUAMMK. E. W. Burroughs, Chairman. 9:80 to 10—Social greetings and music. 10 to 11—Paper and ita discussion, "Care of Live Stock in Winter," Louis A. Spies. 11 to 12—Paper and discussion, "Woman's Sphere on the Farm," Mra. E. W. Burroughs. 12 to 1—Lunch, aoolal meeting and music. 1 to 2—Paper on "Poultry," by Miss Anna Robinson, followed by general discussion. Music. 3 to 4—"Encouragements In Hard Timed," paper by MM. W. 11. Newman, followed by general diucuu»ioa. All hope of having tory has vanished misfortune. Fourth class postmasters can now fill pension vouchers and cash pension checks, A stock pen is a thing that Is seriously needed here and it tbe farmers would petition tho Big Four no doubt we wonld get it, wnloh would make competition and farmers receive a better market tor hogs. Tbe Baptists and Presbyterians will give a cantata together Christmas eve. Geo.Kleln is selling last year's Xmas goods at less than cost. Come and see him. E. Lantennan, Ed. Richmond and Samuel Mathers gave us a pleasant call last week. C degrees below aero wt B tbe coldest weather recorded here Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ewan bave returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives. Mr. Peter Meyer, of Oarlinville, is here visiting friends. Dr. Yerkea was called in consultation of E. W. Humphrey. J. H. Miller waa fined 83 and costs recently for banting on forbidden ground. Misses Susie and May me James" spent Saturday in St. Louts. Mrs. Addle Tungett Yonng received a 9800 pension recently. Rev. Turner went to Wanda Wednesday afternoon to perform a wedding ceremony, tbat of Mr. Harry Pong and Miss Mary Simpson. Quite a mumber from here attended tbe funeral of Mrs. Llda Berry, of Moro. After a lingering Illness of nearly two years, Mrs. James Weaver died Saturday, leaving three small children and a husband to mourn ber demise. Tbe funeral took place Monday from tbe Catholic church. Mr. Weaver extends thanks to his friends and neighbors for their aid and sympathy in his affliction. All subscribers to the Tsi/EaRAPH note in the upper right hand corner of TELEGRAPH and see if they are in arrears. If so now is tbe time to make provision for payment before the new year. The agent here will receipt for all moneys. have been Imposed on mankind. Tho remedy for the earliest stages, as well 8i> the worst oases,one that will restorn the kidneys to sound health, Is Morrow's Kldneolds. These yellow tablets ahonld be uken when the bick aches, or when headaches, chilliness, loss of energy or pain tn urinating show thatthn ktdncys are oat of OTd«r. A recent ease of the nil re of this awful disease by Morrow's Kid-ne-olds l> that of Mr. Austin B. Askew, employed at the Big Four Freight offloo, Alton, 111,, who says i • "About ten rears ago I had a severe spell ot Inflammation of the kidneys and I never got entirely well. I WH troubled constantly with urinary disorder fre- qaent discharges attended with a burning sensation. I was especially troubled at night,htr- Infrto cet up five or six times erery night. I Buffered 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 bid, and my health was completely broken down i I waa particularly bad, and my health «a > completely broken aowni I read about Morrow's Kid -no- olds and thougnt I would giro them a trial, M they were well recommended. I took altogether two boxes and w«s surpdsed at the good they did me. They did not only oure the lame back and urinary disorder, but they built me up so I felt like a now man. I hare enjoyed good health ever since, and feel confident they hare onred me entirely. 1 procured them at 8. H. Wyss 1 drugstore." KW-ne-olds are Yellow Tablets (not pll'sland onre kidney ailments, norrons- ess, eto. Llver- lax are small red pellets and cure constipation. Kld-ne-olds M ots; LJverlax 28 ots at druggists or mailed by John Morrow 4 Co., Chemists, Springfield, 0. There is a Class of People who are ininred by tbe nse of coffee. Recently there has been placed in all the grocery stores a new preparation called GRAIN O, made of pure grains, tbat takes the place of coffee. The most delicate stomach receives It without distress, and but feW can tell it from coffee. It does not oost over % aa muoh. Children may drink It with great benefit, l&f and 25? per package. Try It. Ask for GRAIN-O. Mr. O. M. Dlxon, a well known merchant of Pleasant Ridge, Fulton Co., Pa., has a little girl wbo la frequently threatened with croup, but wben tbe first symptoms appear, his wife gives her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, wblob always affords prompt relief. The 25 and '50 cent sizes for sale by E. Marsb and 8. H. Wyss. Many People Cannot Drink coffee ut nlaht. It spoils tbelr sleep. Yonoan drink QRAIN-O when you S lease and sleep like, a top. For RA1N-O does not stimulate; it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Yet It looks and tastes like the best ooffae. For nervous persons, young people and children GRAIN O Is a perfect drink. Made from pure grains, Get a package from your grocer today. Try it.ln place of coffee. 15c and 25c. Pain hna no snow with Or. Mtleg' pain Ptlla, 'O^L Bean the Signature of lte Kind You Kan/ Xmas Dress Goods. * For personal need.or, hdlday^thoUjht, thi| stock is admirably ready. Time was when Dress Goods were pushed remotely tuck to give prominent to trilby Stocks. Now theacceptableness of a dress pattern Is geierally Manifest. Linens for Gifts. Of coursel What more acceptable tdany dainty housekeeper than a Linen Table Set. We've gathered largely of exquisite damasks with napklnsto msitch. Beautifully and most moderately prices. Special Towel sale for the noli- days 20 dozen tringed hemstitched Linen Damask Towels worth rf. Special'holiday prlcte j'$/., '?* ; . • , China for (lifts. There's an overflow stock of China macfe ypToif;- pretty decorative piecesjthat make acceptable hQllda^'ternembr. anccs. Dainty dishes bon bon tea sets,^tcl, ;<;? tb $;. Kid Gloves and Handkerchiefs. What could be more appreciated than Kid Gloves or Handkerchiefs? We are sure you will find our assortment good. • • •: ^ Ladies' Kid Gloves 8$f to '$2 •* pair. * Misses Kid Gloues $i a pair. Beautiful Handkerchiefs tf toll.?o each. Holiday Furs. The showing is the most variedi we've ever gathered. Wonderful indeeV the beautiful Collarettes Ipr $2x0 to lnj.oo. Children's sets $r.<ro to $j, Blankets. Are you seeking a gift for a house.keepej* There is warmth attached to the remembrance 1 Of % gift'. ! Blanket Beautiful Wool Blankets jjj to - How's This 1 We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured oy Hall's Catarrh Cure.—P. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for tbe last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry ont any obligations made by their firm. West & Trnax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.; Walding, Klnnan & Marvin. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Oure is taken internally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75f per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. . Ideal Treatment for Rheumatism. The "Mystic Cure" tor Bheumatlsm removes at one* the rheumatic poison from the system and the disease immediately disappears. Whilst tbe "Mystic Life Renewer" builds up tbe shattered nervous system, improves tbe digestion and restores tbe general health. It is the greatest oure for all nervous diseases and weaknesses as well as tbe most powerful nerve bnilder known. It is sold by 8. H. Wyes, drugglet, Alton. AM'MIKEYFUS PLOT IX PARIS. Patriot lo League Schemes to Prevent Prisoner UeHOhliig the City, i London, Dec. 15.—The Dally News publishes a startling story of an alleged plot ot the French League of Patriots, numbering 300,000, under the notorious antl-revls'.onlst, Paul Dc'roulede, to prevent Dreyfus' reaching Pails. Accc.cl- ing to the story the luague approa'l ;d various military officers of high ruik and this led to a discovery of the pi >t. M. de Freyclnet, the French minister of war, has decided, says the Informant of The Dally News, upon vigorous measures to suppress any such attempt and If necessary a state of siege will be proclaimed In Paris, In which event General Zurllnden, the military governor, will_not have the command. AroM>l»U(i|, dinner Mining. St. Paul, Dec. 15.—S. O. Glnner, president of the Order of Mlnnehaha, and archbishop of the Church of America, Is miss.'ngr, and Is supposed to be In New Jersey. A receiver as appointed for the order a few days ago, but all he found was 20 cents and some furniture, which another man claims, Go to M. Morita's for your winter headwear. Tbe largest stock and atest styles^ For Kidney Troubles there is nothing better than Kidney Oure, everyone wbo trfes Don't be persuaded into buying liniments without reputation or merit— Chamberlain's Pain Balm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years, Such letters as the following, from L. O. Bagley, Hneneme. Oal., are constantly being received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I say so after having need it in my family for several years." It cures rbeumatiam, lame back, sprains and swelling. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyas. After hearing some friends continually praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle of it for bis own use and is now as enthusiastic over its wonderful work as anjone can be. Tbe 26 and 60 cent sizes for sale by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. o .A. fct -JL" »E» n, ac .A. . Bean the .,7 Ilw Kinit You Haw Alwap *3- '&*#%&£ R. R. EXCURSION RATF3. Homeseekera Excursions.— NOT. 11 and Deo. 6th and 20th, 16th NOTICE.-The cheap exonwton adrertlsed J» Rates to. Soother* and Western A ™ * HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS-Vla BIB Four at - 1 . 1 ™>T IO J ""««• Tickets good going Deo. W, 24, 2fi, fe, Sftand 81, an* Jan. 1 an!l 2. For In- 0ttUon °- H - Ham - Overcoat >l%ne! Is here. The crisp, cold air is lively enough to make you feel its presence,, L wfe£aj^ jiiist is w^Il prepared to ''OvERc6AT'*'y6ir as we ha've always txen to "Suit" you . ..pur high-grade Kerseys, Beavers, Chinchillas; etc, for $7.50, $10 and;|li No Mare, IWo ^Less. Are values that double the money would hardly purchase elsewhere* - We have!good Coats that .are goodfbr youJjtq' buy. Low prices eloquent of economy. H »A*WUTZLEP« ^.^TBL W W.'iisiisssiaiiissssiiMisaVp^ m . The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street TIMES ARE GEttING CHEAP EXCURSIONS-To the Weet, North- *f west, South «»a Southwest will be ran via °'J«iK. R V, 1R "» Md *" connecting on Deo. 6th anil 20th. Return Urn 121 days. Tor rates and tullparttodare apply to O. CF. Norrte, Agen" 18 «- NEW YEAR 1889-For the C. & R. R, will aell exoarslon omAlt<m '° HI «tatlons . w '* 88 « nd 31 t. l896 , 1899. Return limit Jan. i VMAS AND NEW YEAR RATES-vThe Bur- J> "ngt™ R°nte will eeUI eicuKlonTiokftsiUeo SMS?i£S4Sfl 1S ' i J pl " a ° A '" Jan. 4 '1)9.—J. B. Tbomaa, Agent. Hunters' Rate* to specified points In Alabama 1 ' Arkansas, Kentucky. Mlohl Insula), Michigan (upper). stpurl, Minnesota, tennesse Virginia and WHoonsln, via Fewr . Wet NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE GOING OUT OF SHOE'%USINES£ WANTED! have been gular lines of 's Sarsa- To bo entirely relieved of tbe aches uiul paiin of rheumatism means a great deal, and Ilood'n Sursaparilla does It. How to Prevent Pneumonia. At tula time of the year a cold li very easily couirucled, and if left to run its course without ibe aldjof uoo> reliable cough medicine ia liable to roHult In that drond diaeage, pneumo nla. We know of no better remedy to cure ft oouuh or cold than Cham berluln'H Oougli Remedy. We bave used it cjutto extensively and It has al ways given emirs sutiufactlon.—Ola- gab, lud. Ter. Obief. This is tbo ouly remedy that is known to be a certain preventive ol pneumonia. Among the many thousands wbo have uucd it /or coma end IB grippe, wo Jiuvo nt/voi- yet learned of a,eii)gio caso having resulted in pueuinotila. Persons wuo have weak lungs or bnvo reimou to fear an at tack of pneumonia, ubould Kiiep the remedy at band. The 26 aud 00 cent sizes for sale by E. Muruh and 8, U. Wyss. will agree to this, and 8. H. Wyas. 't it Sold by B. Marsb No Humbug. Foley's Honey uud Tar does not claim to perform miracles. It does not claim tu cure nil canes of consumption or uethtua, but It does oluiui to give comfort uud relief it advanced stages of tbeae diseases and to usually oure early stagoa. [t la certainly worth trying by those unllotod or threatened with tucae dread dlseMCs, Bold by B. Maroh and S. H. Wyai. Texai. Tbe Missouri. Kansas & Texas Kail- way Cu. will sell low rate round trip tickets on Nov. 1, 15, Deo. 6 and 80, with final limit of return to 21 days from date of sale. An excellent opportunity for bomeeerkers, tourists and investors to view lor themselves tbe great resources of tbe State. For further Information adJrpss John L. Williams, P. and T. Agl , 103 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. To California and OBegoo.~Tne C. A A R R ' riiM. weekly tourist Bleeping oar excursions I «t s««5f tow ratS,, P"r.anal# oondnotedSverV leaYlngAltoBat8:60 p. m. running Clt|r,1)a!« Like City and tie Soenio o Whh BmaH feet ' • !zes a ^« 8 > ** neJ* '* to,o«41 and see wht SHOES we are offering at $1.75 » P«K TPbeae Shoes are made pf the finest Dongolaand Qenet Kid that lormsjrjy sold tor 1360 a pair, ^ttt as the sizes are small we are closing them out at ft 79 • p»lr. Tbla is a cbanoe in a. life time. First come, first served. Coma early to avoid the rush. In addition to this great Bargain we bave 768 pairs o* Ladiea' Hlgn Grade Shoes that formerly sold for »260 to 8.76 a pair, We are closicg them ont at $a a pair, . ,, '• sVU kinds of Men'a*JFlije und Medium Qr»4e«bp«8,idla)tv)cs and widU>% goine at 6oc on the dollar, at this great sale of IrrfiWitlblel&aritalns. L ^"ojtJob ^ of Men's and Boys' Floe Russian and Viol Kid Slippers at a sacrifloe. This is worth tayeitfeatiqg. t ; ^7~^ \ f' ,- Jr ' s «°' Lad ' M '. Qe nt '«j Misses and OhHJren's Rabber )B6oU;6ver Overg r Storm and Cfroqoet Rabber*, grwtly reduced in prices at -•'•' •' - '•'. ' • '•" ' :. ' : •' .l',? PFIEFFER & BAILEY, , oeno Uw>. For rate*, reservations and full partlou- tawapply to O. O. Norrli, Agt., Alton. r HRIBTMA8 and New Yesrs excursions. A . , ra , te . of OMtni one-tblrd fare for tbe round trlp.llokotBonealeDeo.-W, as, w. si, IMS an J Jan. t and 2, 188V, limited to return Jan' 4, will be made between all m. Loul»-Peorla F°i; c *J, f °^I°. u Jtt •-T^BBfnojtonRbut.. | A Word to tbe WUe 1« Sufficient. Ely's Cream Balm baa completely cured me of catarrh when everytbing else failed.—Alfred W. Stevens, Oald- well, Ohio. Ely's Cream Balm works like a charm; it baa onred me of tbe most obstinate oaao of oold ia tbe bead. I would not be without.- Fred'k Fries, 288 Hart St., Brooklyn. N. Y. A lOo. trial size or tbe 60o alee of Ely's Cream Balm will be mailed. Kept by druggists. Ely Brothers, 68 Warrer. Bt.,NVY, It has been fully demonstrated tbat Ely's Cream Balm is a specific (or Nasal catarrh and oold In tbe head. This distinction bas been uonleved only as tbe result of continued successful use A morbid condition of the membrane In tbe nasal passages can be cured by thla purifying and beallug treatment, Sold by drug- KisU or it will be mailed for SO cents jy Ely Brothers, 68 Warren street. New York. U spreadi over the membrane, U absorbed and relief Is tnmedlate. - Das weekly tourist aleeper excursions, i sonallyooDduoted (by a Burlington fiouti Af every Wednesday f om Bt. Louis, and Tfb.r-, day from Kanaaa City and Be. Joaeph to la» Angeles and Sin Francisco. The rout* la, wS Donver, Soenio Colorado, Salt Lake, City wfck 08 per cent au shine througuout tbe year. Ask your Ticket Agent, J. B. Tnoinaa, for parttou- Momeseekera Excursion ac vorr loir rate* • • via Big Pour.to speolfled polnta In Alabama, Colorado. Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian T A>> - gi^rai»& te^- ^" u Nebranka, North Carolina, Non Supwlt.tra.1rat tod **OimtitDni&Um*t. »^Sw^»a t ws3i^ ion W. THIRD STKBBT, TWrt flotf s Merverine PiUs 1'j.s,, i K** 1 ' , . < ^ tV*jf! jl 1 i' &ri\jiaaptta» fx: PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT. Three !U*f « r KM aa««rtW«lMi.Ua|i Om M.IfPMfci thTM««f«,NcMtll,flMW««k »<HMII OaHtoMl Ham i*me n*, fldk Mtra. Eiourslons. — U ber, Norember l4 at tholr cmoe (hotel,) lu Upper , pnBatuxday, J»n«ary-T,"]tt», Worn 'oloot p. m.- A. H. Piflle/, 8eoy. Th«e tiny Ospwlts i™ tpBaliimofCopilba Cubekwr Injection CUBE IN ^8 HO

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