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Thursday, December 15, 1898
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£ Business Men: Let the Telegraph Show What it Can do to Bring Customers to Your Store and Bigger Balance to Your Bdfik The tnynterj Liof life and • I dentil has put. 1 tied many • wise man. The .alchemists of j;»ld sMrehtd In vain rot Rdnte coBlbltiatinn of drngs that would prolong lift indefinite, ly. Common ften.te, chemld- try and medical science have combined in . this age to •bow man the way to a long and healthy Common sense teaches that a man nlientd B6t orer-work or over-worry; that he ahbnld take ample time for his meals, for renting mod for recreation and sleep; that he should not neglect the little Illn of life, becnuM line* are the urecunora of serious and fatal 'Maladies. Chemistry has enabled men to tnake combinations of drugs that were impossible in the days of the alchemists, ! Medical science has taught when, how and 'why these combinations of drugs should be used. Dr. Plerce's Golden Medical Dis- eOTery Is the most valuable of all htalth- festoring medicines, and the most effective. It* first work is upon the fountain-head of Hie—the stomach. A man who has a weak' and impaired stomach and who does" not properly digest bis food will soon find that nil blood has become weak and impoverished, and that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished. ThT» medicine makes the stomach strong, facilitates the flow of digestive juices, restores lost appetite, makes assimilation per- the liver add purifies and » 1% Noted. It is the great blood- i inurer, flesh-builder and nerve tonic. It WuktMnen strong in body, active in mind sMHftol id judgment. It does not make flabby fat, but solid, muscular flesh, nerve force and vital energy. All medicine dealers sell it. J. W. Jordan, Esq., of Corbln, Whltley Co., Ky., writes: " About two and a half years sgo X was taken with severe palm In the cheat, be- ES^.'A'i "P Wood '.""" troubled with night. «WUIs an£ was K short winded th«t I could hardly walk half a rnlle. Tried Dr. Plerce'i Golden Medical Discovery and h»Ve Improved twin In strength and weight." The medicine dealer who urges some substitute Is thinking of the larger profit hell mate and not of your best good. NO HAZING ATPRINCETON Students Decide That the Practice Must Cease. ACTION TAKEN IN MASS MEETING. M6* OompUIM. «r.iijiii»ict8m8ii_cin, iniofloiiaDi ' — FOR SALE. corner 5th and Alby .... 2 dwellings. A fcrooia dwelling onBaatpn BtreeJ b«t. 10th *nd llth iM. •.- Lot 45«UAteot. PHcWIMO. The residence ot Goo. Klrioh on Belle street) 8 roomi and bath room j in good repair. TJWlO-roem residence of B. H. Nloholt 01 Lantdonst. Lot 70x170 feet. A flne location. ABB* 8-room dwelling (nearly new) with bath room i heated by furnace i In Mlddletown. Th« flne lot ot David Doyle on Bluff streot With 4-room brlok dwelling. ThtJ. U. TonaorhomoBtpad oonttlnlBC»bput 41 acres: fine 10 room dwolllngifruft of Borne fine lot* on Bluff street wltb_b t, In T. ln( and rawer; no grading, A fine 8-room brlok dweUlng •team. LotiaOil from Henry »treet . . L. 8-room brlok dwelling, UMWdJjriM LotiaOilWfeetjttne frulti talfbl»ok oAdetlrible reild'enoe on Proweot itreytyltb 7 rooms. Heath with turnaoe. Lot 90 feet on j on thenprtb side o£ Second <0a» Recent Snownlorm llrlpnl (He Frohincn, Who llnvp liven snowballed Mnrllonnlj — llrmiliitlonn Adopted nnd n ConimlUre A|i|ioln<- *d to 8«*> That Tlir> Arc Knforred. The WHTO of reform that has been passing over Prlncntou nnivorpity reached a cnlinluntlnn point tho other night at n mass nicAtiliK of undergraduates lu Alekauder linll. It was voted Unit hazing In all Its forms must forever ccaso. The stodento took this action of tbnir own accord, without any promptings from the faculty. Since 1804, when the faculty forced tho Icsue by threatening; to expol several of tho bost football piny- eri unless hazing wore stopped, thereby hazarding Princeton's chances In tho in- teroollegiato contests, the.™ linn boon uo hazing at Princeton of thn bratnl typo, Recently rowing bandH of sophomores, with plenty of time nn thoir bauds, linvo novor missed an opportunity of dodging the proctors and dropping in unexpectedly on some unsophisticated freshman, who perhaps had boon making himself unduly conspicuous, and putting him through a series of harmless "stunts," each as doing n song nnd dance, making a speech extolling his own virtues or cheering for tho sophomore class. Tho recent snowstorm brought great Joy to the sophomores. In accordance with n tiuio honored, unwritten law they ere permitted lo snowball the freshmen, who have no right to retaliate. Every day, from tho tisue tho bell rang for morning chapel until afier tho last recitation at night, the sophomores have been hurd ntlt, pursuing the help- leu freshmen, not oven allowing them to take their meals In peace. Tho second year in on upheld the old custom go rigorously that they overreached themselves, and the now conditions of undergraduate life nt Princeton are directly traceable to tbo early snowstorm. Tbe movement originated with the senior and junior classes, who appointed a committee to draw up a sot of resolutions outlining the prerogatives of the lower class men, their relations with one another aud providing for an undergraduate court to try cases and pronounce penalties. Tbo resolutions were then presented to the freshman class and were adopted with a rush that left no doubt as to the downcast state of the freshmen's feelings. When the resolution* were submitted to the sophomores at a meeting tbo other day, there was a good deal of opposition shown. Whether the better element in tbo class predominated or whether the majority of the Partnlp Complexion. It doen not require an expert lo detect the sufferer from kidney trouble. The hollow cheeka, the aiinken eyea, the dark, puffy circles under the even, the sallow parsnip-colored complexion Indicates it. A physician would ftifc If you had rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the back or.'ovcr tho hips, Btomach (rou- ble, desire to nrinate often, or ft burning or scalding In passing It; If after passing there la an nnsatlafled fooling as If it mist bo at once repeated, or If the urine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor. When the»e symptoms are present no time should bo lost in removing tho cause. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of the bladder, inflammation, causing stoppage, and acmetlmee requiring the drawing of the urine with ins'rii menta, or may run Into Brlghl'a disease, the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot, the great discovery of the em riant kidney and bladder specialist, la a positive remedy for such diseases. Its reputation is world-wide and it IB so easy to got at any drug etore that no one need suffer anv length of time for want of It. However, if you prefer to first teat its wonderful merits, mention the and write to Dr. Kilmer liingbampton, N. Y., for a bottle and book telling nil both sent absolutely free by & Uo., sample about it mall. (lull Ttvn Mi'ii \\i-rr Klllcil. F.'it Smith. Ark. IVc. )r, .(inly two rn. tl '•< e; •• k'!''<! n: 'hf Wit teviMe rn.ll ,,:•,! - n- II I' -I -VI I T. It i= I'flleVed in.'n In the VSi.'ii Tin- nil t'H> !•'!•- i"ts, lir.-ak- :n>/ :i;i! f"t th« lev' .liy •; wnrl< The "xti'M "f :h' '' - -11111 '! n iw lx> nun. 1Vr 15 - Pnmucl '• vn! rit the John- ill i."v wiis kll|..(l Aft- 11:{ -if 'lynnmlte In n to inn, and had gone nlmnt -'" I'' 1 ' t plunk him lluilc '•n large I'lece of the >'.\plo.'lon. Illi' Shoulder?. i I- I'd I nl. ."i lly an pxplo- ;it I'ettisvllle. a st'Tday two men RUIN. Collapse of a Huge Gas Reservoir in New York. SEVERAL I'KOl'I.KIIKi'OIITEI) DEAD. ^•**%BgS£Lgys*»*iu;- • " per Alton. e «t». A good lnT«Km«n«,. ion4thstreet near Mr: OintkHf of Mr. R. _ fou on 4th street ________ teT dte 8-room tort cuiu «tn»t. with all modern TOe WasaWMdry ndlnr Wlotai swiw Alton NoVelty Mfl. CO. pro in Highland Park, «aoh TObjrrtont dweUlng on State street, Prlo* fooas-room dwelling on Second street. mom dwelling IB Upper Alton, good Albert Wad* onBtUe nd flnlshed attlo, bati oellar. Qai and wat«r, Mrriai*b«us*. Lot HtMt (rant. offtUT, ether ttslrable property not "• • dwelling on William street. "room dwelling with I good lotjon Fifth a t of Ridge • tree t. PMoe, »1.900. "room brlok dwelling with 1 lotvoo 'Joomdwelllng with Ane rtvervtew, ' it water. FOR RENT, *»/' j on 3rd street) with bath xtures. att : m Upper Alto _._aen, now ooouple •seaslon Rlren by July 1 REAL ESTATE, tNbURANCE, and LOAN AQENT ROOM 15, P. 0. BUILDING. VOR BALB4 building lot C6xlM on Liberty street OTOTB tid FfanUw, fur WOO. JaoretUTn a nUles *outh o( Brighton, f In oumvatlon, one-halt good pasture, 0*>. A bargain. rtwo itory brlok modern dwelling near SeWf Third and George streets. dwelling house with large lot on •at south of Twelfth street, story frame dwelllnc No. Ill east 5,1tor $1100. LotWxlV). Oooditroct dwelling house and another gfiouse, all on one"ot lu good Doatlon ' • . BwiU for 188 per month i i residence on State street on IMonOak streot between the . _ j Four R. R. tracks, suitable for 3°on cut side ot Alton itreet, bet. ' turn in'Jersey county, half mil* i station by rail or river. ible business property, corner lad jstC, on easy terms, o frame r< sldefto*. new and al iT.menM.sltuateloi Fourth it., i term with ne D, sol tablet Irabii and j t tad street,'oooi •ntM. iresldenot,i toonreoirai .._, on easy t*roc. the junction ol Buna anc 'lots'Tn &unterttowB ._«h aui Obtrry iu f fealdenoe, No. 1 eajy terms. 7| ->Uer prooese tn a nhsblTaJMi. 0*nJ one-bait fa* pur- suiuble toritonoi LtarUM newb/lo* Class bnd soro arms nnd therefore could not snowball is uot known, as tho meeting \Vns secret, bat the resolutions were adopted acd were outhnsiastically ratified At tbetnass meeting tho other night. Toe resolutions, which will bo enforced with all the vigor that characterizes the honor (system in examinations, are as follows: "Inasmuch ns tho custom of hazing in all of iti forms ia a demoralizing practice, involving on unreasonable and intolerable interference on the part of one student in the rights aud privileges of hia fellow studout, aud inasmuch as this practice has been carried to an tmwar- tanted and baneful extreme, endangering thereby the position and standing of certain men who are already members of the university and exerting a most damaging influence on tho university's interest and reputation in the outside world; therefore, we would recommend (bat all forms of hazing bo abolished entirely and that the students in muss meeting assembled declare themselves lu fall sympathy with such a movement and promise their co-operation and support in enforcing these resolutions. In carrying out this purpose we would suggest that the following method be pursued: "First—At the first meeting of the freihman class the chairman of the committee hereinafter provided for shall announce that while the sentiment of the university ia opposed to baziug, yet the freshman class will be expected to observe the university's usual customs. "Second.—It will be understood that, aside from an insistence of tho enforcement of the time honored colleges customs by the processes hereinafter provided for, any molestation or intimidation of or dictation to tho members of the freshman class on the purt of the sophomores shall bo considered hazing. "TUrcl.—Members of all clauses lhall have tho right to appunl to the committee, heroinnt'tor provided for for the enforcement of these resolutions, Including an observance of the customs in any particular inntunco that may come before tbnir notice. "Fourth.—Tlieru nhn)l be a committee on hazing, composer) of the following five persons: The vice presidents of tho two upper classes, the editor iu ebief of Tbe Priuaetouinti and tho manager and assistant manager of tho baseball team. The duties of this committee shall be to decide all questions arising iu the interpretation of these resolutions. They shall summon before them all members of the freshman olnsa Who are nocusod of violating, tbo terms, of these resolutions, investigate tho charges brought.against them, mid if Uwjr are found guilty shall decide upon the punishment to be: inflicted. They shall also summon before them till mem ban o/ the sopuouioro class accused, ot violating the term* of these reioln- Itonai Investigate the charges, and if the sophomores are found guilty shall refer the case with all evirleuoe beating upou it'to the faculty. They shall summon before them all'men whose testimony ia desired iu the oousiduratiou of eatus. These resolutions shall go iuto etfoot Immediately upon their adoption,"— New York Sun. Tbe Sura La unppe cure. There la no use suffering from tbla The Iteiflt'vnlr Iliul JUKI Upon CuuiptRtiMl • 11(1 Wat llclng Trulril—Klgllt Million Gallon! of Wutcr Had llcrn I'tllnpuil Into the Tank When It Colla|iH(rd. Curry- Ing Death anil Ituln with It—Itccovory of the Engineer's Undy—The Mla*liitf, New Yor!(, Dec. 15.—By the bursting of a huge t'fls reservoir at Twenty-first street nnd Avenue A at 6:10 o'clock In the evening several persons were killed and at least twenty were Injured. Under the tangled mass of twisted Iron lying acroKS the street there as supposed to be several more dead bodies. Where the grent reservoir stood there Is now a mountain of warped wreckage. The streets nre littered with debris nnd muddy Hood mnrks. The explosion cast New York In darkness and gloom for all the gns lights went out with the demolition of the big plant. A Sp(!(.'tnrle of Ittltu. When dawn lighted up the district devastated a spectacle of ruin was presented. Twenty-first street Is barricaded by twlstetl and bent Iron stanch- Ions, girders and uprights piled to u height of twenty-five feet. Twentieth street Is also filled with bricks, household goods and timbers piled high In one promiscuous mass. Rulldlng department laborers succeeded In clear- Ing Avenue A so that the cars could pass. All nloht long hundreds of men worked assiduously to discover the bodies that might be In the ruins. In the bnscment of the funlture factory of Henry Fuldner there was six feet of water. Three men on a raft searched for the body of the missing engineer, Pious Bnum, who was In the basement attending to his duties when the deluge from the tank swept away the rear wall of the building. His liody was found under a mass of debris. Names <>r the Missing. The missing are: George Brennan, timekeeper for W. J. Logan of the Logan Iron works, Green Point, which constructed the tank which collapsed; Gustave Wtncke, Hi years old, son of the foreman of the Logan Iron works; Wllllnm O'Connell, foreman of the Logan Iron works; James E. Lutener, who was supposed to be In the pit working when the tank gave way. Peter Corlin, a workman, employed by the Consolidated Gas company. The tank that collapsed was 175 feet In diameter, 100 feet In height, and the Iron supports over which the Immense cables ran were over 200 feet In height. The lower tank Into which the upper one fitted was 25 feet In height and rested on mason work of the pit. This pit IB 150 feet deep. The builders were testing the strength of the tank with water pressure. Immense pipes had been pouring water Into the lower tank all day. The upper tank or cap had risen about twenty-live feet. Crumbled Away Like Clay. The workmen were preparing to leave the place when the mason work of the pit crumbled away like clay. It was said that there was 8,000,000 gallons of water In the tank nt the time of the break. The water was over fifty feet In depth. The steel plates of the tank were rent asunder by the pressure like ao much paper. The great force of the water vented Itself on the rear walls of the buildings on Avenue A. nnd all were torn away with the exception of a part of the rear of the gas company's engine house. The masonry nnd brick were thrown Into the street and piled Into the hallways of houses and buildings on the Avenue A side. The rush- Ing waters cut the rear of Fuldner's furniture factory and huge slabs of asphalt were carried by the water Into the buildings. Nwept Away I.lku Timlior. Tremendous Iron beams and uprights were swept by the water ns If they were so much timber and carried away down Twentieth and Twenty-first streets to the river front. At the foot of Twenty-first street were two barges laden with coal. The rushing water Bent beams and Joists with such great force against these coal-laden boats that they parted their moorings. The steamer Paul Koch was also lying at the foot of Twenty-first street and her moorings were also parted. The arm and leg of a man were found In (he entangled barricade on Twenty-first street. William O'Connell, who was reported missing, turned up all right later. The engine house and carpenter shop of thn New York, New Haven und Hartford railroad at llyannls, Mans., were burned, with four locomotives. Loss, $76,000. Ferdinand nelnhold, a wealthy farmer of Wlnamac, Ind., fell from a wagon- load of wlu-al and WBH killed. :\nlii-tlm Wniisi'on, D.. I>>v I Finn In I hf tti'Nt mill little ' Ity nfiir hrrr 1 . y ivfif kill' 1 '] I'litrliUi! nnd twi> others se- rlously Injured, one fatally. The dend an 1 Nntc Th"ma.« Mtul ('larrnro Km • mnii*. while Will Markli'y will die from hi.« Injuries. Arthur t 'jinfi'.'M will survive I iltill rill' lit llnink Nmv Yurk, I '<•('. l.'i — Klro destmyed nn npnrtnu'i;t ht»u.«e fit '2.:> I'nlon street. Hronklyn. Thirty families were driven out Inl" tlie foM. ;ind It I? liollevrd that Cenme and K<! : th ili-.s^wo'd, young children »'f \\'il'l;im Henry <lri«wold. per- |i>h"d in Hi" Maine*. (yiss, J.iO.OOO. Two Clillihi'ii CriMiintpil, Mlddleliiwn, "•. I'c' 1 . lii. — The dwelling linnsi- occupied by the family of Llpuli'iuint ('linrles Hooper wns completely destroyed l>y lire find two elder children, Charley and Elmer, aged 5 and 3 years, perished, TO HOYCOTT NKWSl'AI'EUS. Clilctign Allied I'rlnliiiK Trtiiti'A l>i>rlnre War on a 1'iilillsln'f. Chicago, Dei. IT..— < n-jjanlzed labor will make good It." threat aguliiHt Victor F. Lawsnii. A Ij'iyoitl against the Chicago Krcnrd and The Dully News will go Into !. ffcct Monday morning. The boycott was definitely decided upon at a meeting of the executive committee of the Allied Printing Trades council. Plans for the boycott were per- fectid contemplating a vigorous campaign against everything which emanates from Mr. I.nwson's office. Not only will The Record rind Xews be boycotted but even the Dally News Almanac and the volumes of "Stories of the Streets and of the Town" will be placed on the unfair list. The blacklist will be extended to the advertising patrons of Mr. Lawson's publications. The advertising columns will he watched and ii!l stores and business houses aKiiiiuiuIng; their wares to the public by this medium will be Included In the unfair list and commlt- tpf:H will be put In work Interviewing the big stores and urging them to stop their patronage of The Ilecnrd and Dally Xews. Tho men are bitter against Mr. l.nwsoii ami arc determined to make the boycott IhnruURh and effective. They say he not only refuses to employ union men. but the treatment of his employes Is most objectionable to them. Men arc; susvcnded for petty offenses, they say, and when taken bnck their sal.irl(-s arc reduced. tilillty of 1'jisslnii 11 rnrgpi-y. Janesville. \Vis.. Dec. In.— Edgar N. Mayor, of Charleston. \V. Va., pleaded guilty here to tho charge of passing a forged check on the Power city bank for $220 on Oct. 24 last and Judge Flfleld sentenced him to three years in state's prison at Wuupun. aueicicn 8 Armcr aaive. Tbe best salve in tho world for outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter chapped handa, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 36 cents per box. For sale R. Marsh. Alton and Tipper Alton Your heart bears over one hundred thousand times each day. One hundred thousand suppllesof good or bad blood to your brain Which Is It? If bad. Impure blood, then your brain aches. You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep You are us tired in the morning as at night. You have no nerve power. Your food does you but little good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, cannot cure you; but -I will. It makes the liver, kidneys, skin and bowels perform their proper work. It removes all impurities from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in its life- giving properties. To Hasten Recovery. You will be more rapidly cured If you will take a laxative dose of Ayer's pills each night. They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness. WfUm to our Doctor*. We tiiro the exclusive icrrloss of some of the moet eminent physicians m the United States. Write freeljr all tin particulars In your case. Address, DB. J. 0. ATER, Lowell, Maw. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Daniel W. Collet, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Administrator of tho estate of DANIEL W. COLLET, late of the county of Madison and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be will appear before the County Court of Madison county,at the Court House, In Edwardsvllle, at the January term, on the first Monday In January next, at which time all persons baring claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the aamo adjusted. All persona Indebted to salo estate are requested to make Immediate payment to tho undersigned. Dated this 10:b day of Nov. A. D.. 1398. ENDS JOHNSON, Administrator. M:\VS The executive committee of the Western Union Telegraph company has recommended the de< Imallon uf the Kgularly (|tnn telly dividend of Mi per (rnt The directors of the Mergenthnler I, yni. type company have declared the regularly quarterly dividend of '.'Mi per ecnt and nn extra dividend "t 2 '.4 per cent payable Dec. .11. The house nnvnl arTnlro committee has ordered a favorable report upon the Mil to create tlv.' i link of admiral nnd vice admiral. Pr. William I,. Hunllck of Hartford, Conn,, has been selected to ducrecil 1 W. It. llrmvnell as Instructor In the law school nf the Kansas state university. Kmll Marx, who lives at 385 Evergreen avenue. Vtrooklyn, caught a burglar. found under his bed. The Intrud- »r was a well-dressed woman. In her pockets were skeleton keys. It Is reported In St. Louis that the St. Louis Nntlonnl bunk, a majority of the stock of which Is ownad by Russell Sage nnd the Goulds, Is being absorbed by the 13ank of Commerce of that city. Frank A. Graham, mayor of Lincoln, Neb., has been acquitted by orden of the trial court of the charge of accepting a fuO bribe from an employe of (he city water works department. Allchael O'Dnnncll has served ten years of a thirty-year sentence In Slug Sing prison for n burglary which his brother James and two other men committed The private bank of the Tyler-Banking company. Tyler. Tex., has closed, on account of heavy withdrawal deposits. Assets, (40,000: liabilities, »20,000. Harry A. MacDowell, a private In Company M, First Colorado regiment, who committed suicide In Manila, was a native of Chicago, where he was born 29 years ago. V4II1 .Not Prosecute Thtiu. London. Dec. 15.— At the Old Bailey (central criminal court) the treasury officials declined to prosecute Kate Lyon and Mrs. Mills for. alleged unlawful conduct In connection with the death of Harold Frederick, the American newspaper correspondent, and the defendants were discharged from custody. •> • •• • ., -•'•••••••'.••.• • •: -V -... ... : ... .. • ;.;.\yv\V^ eASTORlA The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which haa boon in use for over 80 yetirs> has borno the slgftaturo or ftnd has neon made under his * Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitute)) are but Ex- pertinents that trine with nnrtcnda|iB*P ; the health of Infants and Children— Exnortcnco\«falttst Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castorla is a substitute i'or Castor Oil', Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless, and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Other Narcotic substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverlslmess. It euros Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It roliovoa Teething Troubles* cures Constipation and Flatulency. It ossirallatCH the Food^ rogtflateS the Stomach and Bowels,.: giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea— The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 Bears the Signature of Hoarseness Sore Throat 'Hoarseness, sore throat and. constant coughing Indicate that the bronchial tubes are suffering from a bad cold, which may develop into • pleurisy or inflammation of tho. lungs. Do not waste health and strength by •waiting, but use Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup at once. This wonderfalrem- eay cures all throat and lung affections in an astonishingly shore time. The KM You to Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THC O«MTAUH $100. Dr. E. Deletion's Anii-Omretlc May be worth to you more than 9100 it you have a child who soils bedding from incontinence of water during sleep. Cures old and young alike. It arreata the trouble at once. 91. Sold by S. H. WJBB. Druggist, 652 Second st/eet, Alton, 111. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST (or a generous 10 Cent TRIAL SIZE. H Cough Syrup Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat. Doses are gmall aud ptraaaut to take. Doctora recommend it. Price 13 eta. At all druggist*. contains no cocaine, mercury norany other Injurious drug. It is quickly absorb ed. Gives relief at oxon It opens and cleanses the nasal passages. Allays pal Heals and protects the membrane. Restores the senses of taste and smell. Fall size Wots; Trial size Hie; at druggist or by mall, BL/ BBOTHER dwlv M Warren Street, N.Y, COLD'N HEAD ain and InBammatlon. [)rs>, C7. and H. Taphorn. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OFFICE in M'Pike Building. Cor. and and Easton sta. Pnones 138 and 171. .Burlington! BEST! TRAINS S Bar— ^yvyy >wSm8&>.7ZZS*l ;•• •: -TO '- ebraska.Montana^uptSiHin 1 PANG SUE, LAUNDRY. Laundry Work Carefully and Promptly Done. Alw beat of Teai and Chlneta NortltUi or hand. 624 East Second st. 306 State *1 ALTON UME CAI^D HENRY J. KLUNK, Lost. Man; have lost confidence and hope as well as healib, because they have been told their Kidney disease was incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. H, Wyes. Tbe perBon who diatnrbod tha congregation last Sunday by coughing, Is requested to call and get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, which always elves relief. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyas. Rheumatism uurea in a Day "Mystic Cure for rheumatism and Neuralgia, radically cures in from 1 to 3 days Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause nnd disease Immediately dlsappeara. The first dose greatly benefits, 76 ots. Sold by 8. H. WysB, Druggist. A ton, III. Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by tho masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer because this great remedy cau cure them all. It is a oure for the whole world of stomach weakness aud Indigestion. The cure begins with the urnt dose. The relief it brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter bow long you have suffered, your oure Is certain under tho use of this great health-giving force. Pleasant and always safe. Sold by 8. U, Wyss. For Hoarseness. Benj. Ingerson, of Huitou, ind., says: he bad not epoben above a whisper for mouthy, and one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar reutored his voice. U la used very largely by speakers and singers. Sold by K Marsh and 8. II. WJBB. glnt>«riah»r. ytaint la r*al>B tnrtallu ea»«»,m»tal. He ant> cloth raoiut*. Vnviul robM foe labt*«, 0»utiam«n onto R SCHUSSLER,M.£>, HOMBOPATHIST and SURGEON OFT10B AM) ROTOJKMCB, HOTBL MADISON TeUphone 100 /)rs. B. C. & H. R. Lemen UPPER ALTON, ILL. OFFICE HOURS: 7 to B a.mi 11 to 1,«to 1 p.m, TELEPHONE 87. Bia benr« IHOU. 00 YEARS' EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS OC*IONB COPYRIGHTS Ac. lions utrlotir oonOdan' sent free, oldest suet I'atents taken turn tpwjoinoHcs, without! cliur(o, In tho Scientific Jlittericait /. Imndsomolx illustrated wtejdr. largest cir- outatton of wirtnSimflo ioSmaT. Terms, W» r.inr, '"nr mortSaTiv BoldTbyall nnrsdealenT DR. C. B. ROftLAND, DENTIST, OmceHoun: ••.•. MJlt •. ad I to p II W. THIRD RUT Granitoid Paving Co. W. &.H. BEISER, Prop's. 813 Bast Sixth Street. - Alton, III. All klnda of Granitoid Work: I Btepi, Flooring, etc., done and the, t7«l material and work *" bT stall will raoalf a prom Edmund H. Blair. Real Estate and Insurance Agent. MONEY TO LOAN. Notary Public. &$££% V$fc&. DISCHARGES OBTAINED IN BANKRUPTCY In Short Time. Yager & Yager. Attorneys 306 Bella Street. S.F.CONNOR Real Emate, Innnraoce and Collecting Agent. fftoe: Plasa Building and Loan lAuoolatloa ALTON. ILL. WM ARMSTRONG. Dealer IB Cement, Lime and Wall Plaster Chicago & Alton, noon A pot, Alton, as lOJiov North and East—'13:; On and after noon Aug. 11, Z896, iralns will leare Union Depot, Alton, as tollows*?v For Chloasio,North and East—*12:S& s*}i «6:10 •Sj^'*!* 0 !' W:CBpm. :,.,. . . ' m, r *8:47 CJn.oflflBio four*lime woiifoins Between Alton A St. Louis, f LiY. Alton i • For St. Louis.' ' &'8t L l|S::::^:i:^S-iiiMi 827pm ,..... • Oiflc* 107 Weat Second Siren Veterinary Surgeon DR. D. M. MAHER. OCR .THIRD AND P1A8A STB , ALTON ILI dreadful malady, if you; will only get the right remedy. You are having pain all through your body, year liver U out of order, have no appetite, no life or ambition, have a bad cold, In f*ot are completely used up. Electric Bitter* la the only remedy that will gl^e you prompt and sure relief. They aot directly on your Liver, Stomach, and Kidneye, tone up the whole syi- tem and make you feel like a new being, Tney are guaranteed to cure or price refunded. For sale at B. Marsh's orng store, only W per bottle. IpTickeU • or • rtubboro cold, or a deep-seated bo eared for good with Dr. -Tw-Hooey. Tula fatuous ' la time, will atop the lumptlon u>d bring the to (be pajlld cheek. Iti ,X A Narrow Escape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Qroton. H. O. "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs; cough set in and finally ter- mluated lu Consumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a abort time. I gave myself up to my savior, determined if I could not Stay with my friends on earth, to meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to jet Or. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Oolds. I gave It a trial, took lu all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am saved and now a Well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free atB. Marsh's drug store. Regular size 60? aud 11. Guaranteed or price refunded. Hoaisoness L.aids On to serious irritation of the throat, and may end in a racking, rasping cough. Dr. Hell's Plue-Tar-Houey will quickly clear the throat and leave the'voice ojear and smooth. It Is an infallible remedy tor coughs aud colds .and all disorders of we throat and lungs. Good druggists Mllli, Mo. What do the Children Drink? Don't «ivo them tea or cuftey. Have you tried tho IK w food drink called GRAIN O? It is delicious and nourishing and taken tbo slace of coffee. Tbe more drain- 0 you glvo the children the more health you distribute through their BVHIIMIIH, Oritln-O is made of pure grnltiB, and when properly prepared tRBiea like tbo choice grades of ootfee but coats about one* hair aa much. All grocera Bell it. l(Jo and Ufic Kor Pneumonia. Dr. J. O. UlHhop, of Agnow, Mloli., says: "I have used Foiey's Honey and Tar in three very tiovero oases of pneumonia tho pant month with wood results. Bold by U. Marsh and 8. II Wyea. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. tto Kind You Have Always Bought Mora tb* Dr. WlllluuiH'Indluot'ilo OliHuiunt will euro llllud, UluuUliiK and IloUlnn k't. u ubsorlis tho lumora, ii!luyn the liohlni; at once, acts ajR a jpoaltlcc, Klvos Instant re• liof. Dr. Wll.tarns'Inillnn PileOlnt- • innnt UproparrU lor PI lei and Itch- ln»! nt tho prlvnlu pnrt.8 KVcry box Iv wurrantoil. fly drtiugi»>t*t, by mall on receipt nl prim. i'i(l ovnu unit *l.llll. WILLI1MS '•HHUF'CTtmmS "r. FmiM.ciiiveland.Uw ME A MAN AJAX FAJIUitS KiamvgLV ODKH THROUGH SERVICE - r BETWEEN— — ST. LOUIS, C H I C A G O, KANSAS CITY AND «•!<• , rl PRINCIPAL erne* or TEXAS- WiaNERJWFFEULEEPERS FREE RECLINING Henry Meyers Butcher and Packer ri Salt Matla art Lart, ••« BMI IMBAITIBGOW ALTON IU ROBT. M. STAMPER. REAL ESTATE, Loan mnd Insurance Agent, Mt BBLLB anesr, Money to Loma on lapmvtit Property R8NTB OOLUtOTBD. T. M. LONG Civil Engineer and Surveyor Map* Profile! and Estimate PurnUhed. jog Bella Stract, Up dtalra. Ont-olau. Chas A. Strittmatter MarctMnt Tailor. 704 BAST SECOND BsaBMMO wko unraotst* TAILOR MADE* CLOTHES, -*» MODERATE PRICES, T«« «r* torlM to o«U tod Mtaliif •» NHW STOCK OF GOODS f» W ami; . • [Seejtolnt ^^ , UUI tratnabetweenVHw Ii. 0. *8t,P. Rj.j W, IW, U«4H will U „ KATY GNJUI DINIfS*G STATIOtNS £PW»«T«0 «Y THB OOMFANV. BUPIRIOR MEAUk ^»""» Firry Omra James P.rker.

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