Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 16, 1898 · Page 2
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, December 16, 1898
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oourafffnff Words for Other*. "My gratitude fa"the benefit «celved from Dr. Miles' Nerv- ine prompts me to write, that others may learn of the efficacy of this grand medicine. I suffered extreme nervous exhaus- tlon,which rendered me unable to work. My nerves seemed to be 'on edge' and I had much lassitude. I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and steadily improved and now am enjoying good health. Mr*. Rev. F. M. L«cy, Fortvllle, Ind. DR. MILES' Nervine is sold by all druggists on guarantee, first bottle benefits or money back. Book on heart and nerves sent tree. Or. Mllsi Msdical Company, Elkhart, Ind 99 U. S. NIXON, Architect, and Superintendem Plan* And Specifications tor Work Accurately Fmnithed. OVER ALTON SAVINGS BAM K ' -M. MAHONEY, NSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE DOR SAUB. Two-*tory aoubla briok dwelllnt U rooms —'"lit. i frame dwelling on Fountain it. t brick dwelling on Belle it. dwelling on Btate it. • ^Tat with I lota Upper Altot name dwelling, (M WUllssn |t «mintt west Una ot Main street. Big monej Tlnest*. «-*orefar THro-Hrtorj ; dwelling, oor *(h and n, I miles southwest ot Brighton, brtok store, Mo. Sll Belle et. . (arm, good briok dwelling and firsnebana/ Jersey county., Two-storr t-room frame, (late root dwelling, lot* and Ms aores ofland. Bonania for pur- oor. Alby iilotson Btate itreet.lnorth of BlvJt it fram'e dwelling, Ian* tarn U six acres at land, north Alton. ID-acre (arm three mlleo north of Upper Alton aonBMtonrtreet.WiUpeaoh. i oo Tth •*. .o«r Hires ^ ALL WOMEN of •H th* pain •ndilcknenfrom which woman suffer ls caused by w*akn**a or derangement in lh» orftns of menstruation. Nsarly always when a woman ls not wall thai* orjini ar* affected. But when they are, strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick. M'tHRM? of Isnature'i provision for tha regulation of tha menstrual function. H cures all " female troubles." U Is squally effective for tha etrl In her team, the young wife with do* mastic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as tha " Change of Life." Thar all need It They ara all bsaaflttod by 4t MOfa,T«BO, J»J»J»J» 1HOM.OOOPKII, Tuptls, NI*S.,«*rM " Hy tliltr suR«r*d from »*nr littsulw •M. salntol m«Ritnuuen MI* Sector* MUM ait rail*** hsr. Wlnt ol OsrM BY THB TBLBORAPH PRINTINO COrtPANV. FRIDAY EVK., DEO. 10. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. fortt»y»«rHM weihail oharte thefollow- Ing rate* for transltnt notloet In our loo»l ool- WBB * 1 FIR LINI, Blntl* Insertion.. *2 "•"!!• Three to are Insertions Z JSSS' BU to twelre Insertions Scents. lum Or ADYKRTI8IHO. Taumnrr.—SO oenU p«r Inch first Insertion, and » oent* per Inch for each subsequent Inser" IS P«r inch first month, $1.10 per Inch e»oh month thereafter. UOAl ADTIRTUmO M Mr Inoh for the nr*t Insertion, anaMoent* per 10.08, for each inbteqoent Iniertlon. duty. Shall we now, when the victory won In war Is written in the treaty of peace and the civilised world applauds and wafts In expectation, tarn timidly away from the dalles Imposed upon the country by Its own great deeds? And when the mists fade away aim we see with clearer vision, may we not go forth rejoicing in a strength which was employed solely for humanity and always been tempered with justice and mercy, confident or our abllltv to meet the exigencies which await us, because confident that our course is one of duty and onr cause that of right. ILLINOIS CORONtRS. Madlson'i Coroner Made Pre»ldent.-BIII to be Presented to Legislature for Action. If you want to rent houses or roomt, If you want to sell anything, It you want to flnd any lost article, Advertise in the Telegraph. •OAFT. Slgebee, of the Ill-fated battleship Maine, will anchor the Texas in tha harbor of Havana, today or tomorrow. It Is hoped that Captain Slgsbee will not prove to be a Jonah. FOUR American warships will be in Havana harbor before Sunday, to preserve the peace of that city. The vessels were despatched after the rioting began, in which several Cubans were killed. CALVIN 8. Brlce, ex-Senator from Ohio and a railroad magnate, died yesterday In New York from an attack of pneumonia. Mr. Brice was a prominent figure in Democratic politics, and at one time chairman of the National Campaign committee. Coroner H. J. Bailey of Madison ounty was elected President of the llinols Coroners' Association which met at Springfield, Thursday. The onvention wns composed of coroners rom 32 counties of the 102, but was ndorsed by most of the remaining ounty coroners. Coroner Bailey was ne of the prime movers In organization of the convention and was Iso chairman of the Arrangements ommlUoo. The association is inter- stod in securing some legislation at he next session of the legislature. One of the clauses of the proposed .mendrnentto the State laws relating o coroners will make it mandatory pon physicians and professional men o attend Inquests when summoned >y coroners. The bill will provide for he assessment of a fine by the courts against those who refuse to appear after being summoned. Another proposed amendment to he present law will provide that In cases where an inquest i« hold by a ustice of the peace the record of the ase shall be filed with the county oroner, and he shall receive the sum of $5 for writing the record of the case. Another amendment provides that n counties of the first class, in pauper cases, the sum of 820, instead of $15, shall be allowed for burial expanass, and in counties of the second class 915 shall be allowed instead of 812. IN a speech at Atlanta, President MoKlnley Bald: "That flag has been planted in two hemispheres, and there it remains, the symbol of liberty and law, of progress and peace. Who will withdraw from the people over whom it floats, Its protecting folds? Who will haul it down?" Orover Cleve land would do BO, if he were President, as he did at Hawaii, and Billy Bryan, from bis expressed sentiments wonld undoubtedly "haul it down" if he had authority. MARQUIS ITO, a Chinese statesman of note, thinks that nothing can prevent the dismemberment of the Empire, He Bays that "the country is 80 big as to defy all attempts at renovating It." The "renovators" now at work ara England, Russia, Qermany ; tfrance, with the United States looking as if it would like to join in. It is a singular fact, yet true, that Japan, who whipped China in battle a few years ago, waa prevented by Buss la and France from taking territory as Indemnity. Immediately afterward these countries took large slices of territory in the Chinese Empire. THE President is winning golden opinions in the South by his broad minded and conciliatory words. His proposition that the national government should now take under its care the graves of the Confederates, meets with a hearty response in the North as well as In the South. Tbe bitterness of the war is past. There Is no good reaaon to deter any man, woman and child in the north from favor ing this project; and there is no gooc reason why a northern resident should not be willing to strew flowers on the grave of southern soldiers on Daoo- rationday. All are willing to join hands with the living southern people in common defense o. the country as Americans,} and al are now more than willing, forgetfn of the differences of the past to drop a tear, or place a fragrau garland of flowers, on the grave of a southern soldier. Grant's words, a generation ago, "Let us have peace,' have born fruit, and may now be sup plemented with, "Let us have sym patby and brotherly feeling." Levl Davis, Solicitor forCompl'ta. MASTER'S BALE, flats ot Illlaols, county ot Madison, SS. In the Circuit Oourt, October term, A. O., Vade, Mary 8. Wade, Samuel Wado Ine B. Wade, vs Henry C Priest, SW. Panning ton, Jacob Magulre, Charles : sad Thomas Olmmook. In Chancery. " M). • 1* hereby given that by Tlrtua ot a do„-_ „' laid court, made at the October term, f, D.j im, In the above entitled cause. is undersigned, Master In Chano ry of aald emit, will Vll at public vendue to|the highest •M bwt Udder, for cash In band, on TUB!DAY, THE THIRD DAY OP JANUARY, A. D., low, ten o'clock a. m., 1st the north 3lty Hall building ID the city of ug described real estate, sltu- Inthe county of Madison and State of 1111- otlotNo. eight (8), In block Alton City Proper, In tbe city . ot Madison and State of 1111- wesi forty-two and one-halt (Wi) No. *U (8) In block No. twelve (U), Proper. In the olty of (Alton, county and State ot Illinois. No. thirty-four (84) In the town county ot Madison and Btate of the railroad right* ot way ' with the above term* and i master's report of sale by r deeds will Be executed by Matter In Chancery. •***l* *<l £***, Under New Leadership. Senators Hoar and Hale are some what embarrassed by the efforts o Colonel Bryan to make himself the chief of anti-imperialists. They ar both old-line Republicans, who wer never suspected of any intimate as soolatlons with Democrats and 1'opu lists, and for them now to be tied tc the chariot wheels of William Jen nlnga Bryan is a humiliation they never expected to come as the re ward for their opposition to expan slon. Mr. Hoar will be with Billy Bryan' leadership as the Irishman when th devil proposed to ride double on hi horse. Old Horns vaulted on bebln without ceremony when the son of th green isle aald: "Bedad, If ye get 01 I get aft," and suiting the action to th word be bolted Old Nick's company iDtSON, Shall We Turn Away from Duty? President McKlnley delivered quit a lengthy address at Atlanta, Qa., yes terday, in wnioh be touobed upon th war Just closed, and upon the "serlou results" of the war. He conclude bis address with tbe following words which clearly show the President' mind and determination, tbat havlni given our aid to free Cuba, Porto Hlo and .the Philippines, we should no now leave them to themselves with out government, without protection and to anarchy, or to be seized by other nations as derelicts. Tbe Pros ident's idea, undoubtedly, is tbat bav ing put our hand to tbe plow of free dom, we should uoii turn baok, Jool baok, or desert tbe peoples whom we have freed from tbe galling bondage of Spanish rule until a government o tbe people, by the people, and for tbe people of those long-time unhappy and misruled isles, has been formally established among them. It would be cowardice on onr part to desert them inhuman as a mother tbat would de serf her ohUd. They are oar protege until able, Wsfough intelligence and prosperity, to stand alone in tbe gov entmentt of the world. Here are < hi weighty and solemn have done our supreme Only 7 Days to Xmas! Don't delay another minute in making your selections for Xmas from our two beautiful stocks. Remember you can flnd something suitable for everybody at PPE'S CHINA STORE, 110 West 3d 9t. TOY STORE, 317 Belle it. Denied a Rehearing. The Supreme Oourt of Illlnola has denied a rehearing in the case of Wm. Hudson vs. the North Alton Building, Paving & Fire Brick Oo, This decis • ion of the court is final and tne award to Mr. Hudson will stand as made in the lower court. In the Oircnlt Court Mr. Hudson was given a verdict for 37,000 damages for injuries sustained by him while employed at his daily labor at the brick plant. The case passed through the Appellate Oourt to the Supreme Oourt and was a long drawn out legal fight. In the meantime Mr. Hudson's injuries made him helpless and he wonld have suffered for necessaries of life but for kindhearted persons who lent assistance. Some time ago the Supreme Oonrt affirmed the Appellate Court's decision and a motion for a new hearing was made, which the court denied Thurslay. Mr. Hudson will now receive the 87,000 awarded him by the court. UPPER ALTON. Mrs. Richard Garton left this morning for her home in Burlington, Iowa, after a short visit with Mrs. Sara El well. W. H. Pierce, of Pittsbnrg, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yenney. Mrs. Robert MoReynoldn Is entertaining Mlas Hallow el, of De Funiak, Fla. Mr. Joseph Daily, who has been dangerously sick for the past week, is reported slightly better today. A W. 0. T. U. silver medal contest was held in North Alton Wednesday night. In which three of the contestants, Misses Jennie McReynolda, Mable Reeder and Gertrude Clark were from Upper Alton. Miss Mable Reed • er'a reo tntion waa pronounced second in excellence by the judges, the medal being awarded a North Alton girl. Tnose who were present from here say that Mies Reeder has decided talent as a reciter, and deserves much praise for the natural and pleasing manner In which she presented her selection. The elocution classes of ShurtltfT College were the guests of Prof, and Mrs. J. P. Whyte last night at their home on Leveretb ave. The young people were pleasantly entertained with music and games, an English author guessing contest oocaesloulng much interest and amusement. Miss Gay Day was awarded the first prize. Tbe guests were then Invited to the dining room where Miss Qrlggs and Miss Daisy Templyn served ice cream and cake. The evening was a very happy one for all who were present. Prof, and Mrs. Whyte came to Upper Alton very recently, but have already won hosts of friends, and Prof. Wbyte is a great favorite among the students. Mrs. Harry Phillips and Miss Sadie Rodgers ure expected from Montreal, Canada, tomorrow, to visit Col. and Mrs. A. F. Rodgers. Rt. Rev. Geo. S. Seymour Bishop of the Springfield diocese of the Episcopal church, lectured before the Sburt- leff students this morning on "A Bird's Eye (View of History." Tbe Bishop gave his audience an interesting talk on the fundamental principle upon which the nations of the earth have been founded, and wulch have Influenced them In their rise and fall He began with the Babylonian nation, brought into existence by mere group force, and anally absorbed into the Persian empire, whose great controlling principle was the love of gold. Greece stood (or learning and Intellect, and the method order and power to rule, which distinguished the Roman people, llnally gave them tho entire control of the eastern world. But out of the chaos of the dark ages, so called, the Bishop tartly remarked, because so few people knew anything about them, God brought order—modern Europe. The time allotted to the morning lecture expired at this point, and Bishop Seymour brought his lecture to a close with a few remarks as to bow to study history. Tbe lecture was the best of the aeries this season. A special cbolr conducted by Prof. Armstrong furnished excellent music. Prof. Armstrong^ anthem, "Awake My Soul," with the sola part uung by Mm. Whyte, was particularly beautiful. Anti-Burglar Society. The papers being circulated by Messrs. E. M. Dorsey, H. T. Bnrnapi and H. K. Johnston for signatures of citizens in the tbree Altons who desire to become members of the Anti-Burglar League, are being signed quite numerously. The league is looked upon by most citizens as a good thing and every one having valuables that may be stolen is anxione to join the society. The committee has not the time to make a general canvas and all who desire to join the league will be included in the list of members it the committee is notified. Success comes to those who persevere. If you take Hood's Sarsapa- rllla faithfully and persistently, yon will surely be benefited: Pertwat Miss Georgia Olapp arrived hctte fromKenlon, O., yesterday, after* very pleasant visit. H. O. Draper, Chief Engineer of tne Alton, was In town this merning. Rev. H. M. Ohlttenden wont to Chesterfield today to attend the funeral of an old parlsnoner. Mr. Austin Butler, of GalllpollB, O., has been visiting with his aunt, Mrs. 'M. B. Harris, While here he took an examination'In St. Loulu for the position of government engineer, and made a first-class record. He leaves for home tnis evening. Mr. Butler, 30 years ago, was a printer in the employ of the TRLKOBAPH. The damage salt of Z. B. Job vs. the Big Four railroad company was tried In the Circuit Oonrt today. Mr. Job was slrnck by a Big Four train while he was crossing the track at Milton crossing in a buggy. He escaped death narrowly and srangely was not hurt at *11 seriously. He sustained a few injuries, however, that kept him In bed for a few weeks. Mr. Job instituted suit for damages about a year ago and the case is just now CDmlng up for trial. How's This i We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.—F. J. Cheney & Co.. Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in ali business transactions and financially aWe to carry oat any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.} Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggist*. Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 76* per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Mart Spring wheat "Cream of the Earth," 94.00. ALTON ROLLKB MILLING Oo. HBLP IS AT HAND, One of (he Worst Diseases Km^n to Mm IB Overcome by Modern Sctdiie. When the common symptoms of icmney troubles are neglected the careless «nfferer 1* In great danger of oontraollng dlabetojor Brtght's olseue, two of the most terrible »™\°« on « «** hare been imposed on mankind. The remedy for the earliest stage*, as well as the worst owes,one that will restore the kidneys to sound health,'!* Morrow'* Kldneold*. Theie jrsilow tablets should be taken when tho back aohes, or when headaohea, ohllllnea*. loss of energy or pain in urinating show that the kidneys are out °'A recent oa«e ot the euro of this awful disease by Morrow'i Kld-ne-olds I* that of Mr. Austin B. Askew, employed at the Blp Four Freight ago I had a severe spell of Inflammation of tho kidneys and I never oot entirely well. I was troubled constantly with urinary disorder frequent discharge* attended with a burning *en- satlon. I was (-specially troubled at nlght.haT; In* to Ret up five or six time* every night. I suffered wl'h a lame baok all the time, and sometime* so bid that 1 oould not attend to my work. Last spring I was particularly bad. and my health was completely braken down; I wa* particularly bad, and my health wa. pomr ly broken aowni I readabout Morrow'* » ly broken aowni I read about Morro olds and thongnt I would give them they were well recommended. 1 to impletu- , .Kld-ne- — a trial, as I took altogether two boxes and was surp.lsed at the good they did me. They did not only cure the ft back and urinary disorder t but they > One Ooso I Tells tho story. When your liuntl uohcfl, and you fuol lillloiiu, con»tl- putoU, and out of tuno, with your stomach sour iind no appctlto, Jubt buy u iittekugu of Hood's Pills And tuko a dose, from 1 to 4 pills. You will liu turprlsud ut liuw wittily I thoy will do tlivir work, euro your lieudttvhu unit bllloiimifus, rouno tUu llror iiml iiuiku you ttwl liiippy UKHlii. . Bold by ull mudloliio duaW». Every reader ol tbia paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Oo. In thla is- eue. It will interest you. Mend broken dishes with "Olimax" Glue Cement. Druggists and grocere. How to Prevent Pneumonia. At this time of the year a cold is very easily contraoted, 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 Oham- berlain'R Oongb Kemedy. 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 fsingle case having resulted in pnenmouia. Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to fear an attack of pneumonia, should Keep the remedy at hand. Tbe 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by K. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. No Humbug. Foley's Honey and Tar does not claim to perform miracles. It does not claim to euro all cases of consumption or asthma, but 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. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Try Neinlnger'a Magnolia and new improved Fig. ror Real A briok store building, a very desirable location for a batcher shop.— Apply to Wm. Sonntag. For Kidney Troubles there is nothing better than Foley'c Kidney Core, everyone who tries it will agree to this. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Texas. The Missouri. Kansas & Texas Kail- way Oo. will sell low rate round trip tickets on Nov. 1, 15, Deo. 6 and 30, with final limit of return to 21 days from date of sale. An excellent opportunity for homeseekers, tourists and investors to view tor themselves the great resources of the State. For further information address John L. Williams, P. and T. Agt, 103 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. A Word to the Wise Is Sufficient. Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured me of catarrh when everything else failed.—Alfred W. Stevens, Oald- well, Ohio. Ely's Cream Balm works like a charm; it has cared me of the most obstinate ease ot cold in the head. I wonld not be without.—Fred'k Fries, 283 Hart st., Brooklyn, N. Y. A lOo. trial size or tho 50o size of Ely's Cream Balm will be .mailed. Kept by druggists. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren st,lf. Y. It has been fully demonstrated that Ely's Cream Balm is a specific for Nasal catarrh and cold in the head. This distinction has been aonieved only as the result of oontinned successful use A morbid condition of the membrane in the nasal passages can be onred by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by drug- cists or ii will be mailed for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 66 Warren street. New York. It spreads over the membrane, la absorbed and relief is mmediate. B«ars the Signature or cure the Tame , uu* •aey built me up so I felt like a new man. I have.enjoyed good health ever slnoe, and feel confident they have onred me entirely. 1 procured them at 8. H. Wyss' drug store." Ktd-ne-otds are Yellow Tablet* (not ell's)and cure kidney ailment*, nervousness, etc. Liver- lax are small fed pellet* and cure constipation. Kld-ne-olds 60 otsi Uverlax 28 ota at druggists or mailed by John Morrow 4 Co., ChemlBts, Springfield, 0. There is a Clasi of Feople who are injured by the use of coffee. Recently there has been placed in all the grocery stores a new preparation called GRAIN O, made of pore grains, that takes the place of coffee. The most delicate stomach receives it without distress, and but tew can tell It from coffee, it does not cost over _u aa much. Children may drink It with irreat benefit. 16)* and 26f per package. Try It. Ante tor GRAIN-O. Mr. O. M. Dixon, a well known merchant of Pleasant Ridge, Fulton Co., Pa., has a little girl who la frequently threatened with croup, but when the first symptoms appear, hia wife glvea her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which always affords prompt relief. The 26 and 60 cent sizes for sale by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wys0. Many People .Cannot Drink coffee at night. It spoils their sleep. Yon dan drink QBAIN-O when you please and sleep like a ,top. For GRAIN- O does not stimulate,; it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous persons, yonng people and children GRAIN O is a perfect drink. Made from pure grams. Get a package from your grocer today. Try place of coffee. Ifio and 25o. Fain bos no show with Dr. Miles' Pain Fills. ( .^ Xmas Dress Goods. For personal need,pr holiday thought, .this stock is admirably ready. Time was when Dress Goods Were pushed remotely back to give prominence to trlnkety stocks. Now the acceptableness of a dress pattern is generally rnariifest, Linens for Gifts. Of coursel What more acceptable to any dainty housekeeper than a Linen Table SK. We've gathered largely of exquisite damasks with napkins to match* Beautifully and most moderately prices. Special Towel sale for the holidays 20 dozen fringed hemstitched Linen Damask Towels worth tff. Special holiday price 25?., China for Gifts. There's an overflow stock of China made up of pretty decorative piecesjthat make acceptable holiday remembrance's. Dainty dishes bon bon tea sets, etc., ^ to #j. 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 8j? to $2 a pair. Misses Kid Gloues ji a pair. , Beautiful Handkerchiefs tf to*i.?o each. Holiday Furs. The showing is the most varied, we've ever gathered. Wonderful indeed, the beautiful Collarettes lor $2.50 to $15.00. Children's sets $i.?o to $j. Blankets. Are you seeking a gift for a house keeper? There is warmth attached to the remembrance of a gift. Blanket. Beautiful Wool Blankets $j to $12. Don't be persuaded into buyicg liniments without reputation or merit- Chamberlain's Pain Balm coats no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters as the following, from L. G. Bagley, Hneneme. Oaf., are constantly being received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Bclm, and I aay so after having used it in my family for several years." It cores rheumatism, lame baok, sprains and swelling. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. _____ Ttl8 Kind YouHawATOs Boupt OVERCOAT SALE have Now is your time to buy an Overcoat Cheap. \Ve 300 Men and Boys' Overocats, which we will sell for the next 20 days REGARDLESS OF COST. We must clear them out and it will pay you to come and price before you purchase. Model Shoe & Clothing Co. We desire to call attention to our New FALL AND HOLIDAY GOODS, And invite you to inspecc our line of Beautiful Rockers, Parlor Pieces and Desks. Our stock is more complete and our prices lowei than ever before. For good go )ds at lo\y prices deal with the reliable and old established furniture house of J. SUTTfeR & SON 210 W. Third Street. We Have an Elegant Line of WINTER SUITINGS for you to select. Also a handsome line of Men's Furnishings In Latest Styles. After hearing some friends continually praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle of It for his own nse and la now as enthusiastic over its wonderful work as an; one can be. The 26 and 60 cent sizes for sale by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. R. R. EXCURSION RATES. f-lomeseeker* Excursion*.—Nov. lit and 18th n ma DSC. 6th and 20th, via the Burlington. VIOTICE.—The cheap excursion advertised by l~ the C. & A. to Chicago, Dec. 17, has been Indefinitely postponed. 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 been 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 hardly purchase elsewhere. Coats that are good for you prices eloquent of economy. money would We have good to buy. Low R EDUCED Rates to Southern and Western resort* now In effect via the C. ft A. R. R. and connections. H OLIDAY EXCURSIONS—Via Ble Four at very low rates. Tickets good going Deo. 23, 24, 26, 26, 80 and 81, and Jan. 1 and 2. For Information, tickets and rates call on Q.H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent, C HEAP EXCURSIONS—To the West, Northwest, South and Southwest will be run via C. A A. R. R., and all connecting on Deo. 6th and 20th. Return llm t ill days. For rates and full particulars apply to O. U. Norris, Agent. f-HRISTMAS 1898—NEW YEAR 1899-For the ** above the C. A R. R. will sell exourolon tickets, at low rates, from Alton to all atatlons within 200 miles on Deo. 24, 25,26 and 81, 1898 and Jan. 1st and 2d, 1899. Return limit Jan. 4 VMA8 AND NEW YEAR RATES-The Bur•<* llngton Route will sell excursion tickets Deo 24th, 26th, 26th Slat and Jan. 1st, and 2nd, to point* within a radius of 200 miles at one and one-third fare for the round trip. Return,' Unit Jan. 4. '99.—J. B. Thomas, Agent. Hunters' Rates to specified point* In Alabama, 1 * Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower peninsula), Michigan (upper), Mrselsalppl, fals- slourl, Minnesota, Tennessee. Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin, via Big Four. For Information and ticket* oall on G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. T be C. 4 A. R. R. Is arranging a series of Winter Tour* at low rate* to Cuba, Porto Rico and Jamaoa via Tampa, Florida. All quarantine restriction against the Island of Cuba have been raised aad the regular lines of Ocean transportation will lave their russets In service at an early dale. To California and Oregon.—The 0. A A.R. R. * runs weekly tourist sleeping oar excursions at very low rates, personally conducted every Thursday, leaving Alton at SM p. m. running via Kansas City, Bait Lake City and the Soenlo Line. For rates, reservation* and full particular* apply to 0. O. Norrt*. Agt., Alton. pHRISTMAfl and NewYe«r* excursions. A ^ rate of on* and one-third fai refer tho round trip, tickets on MteDeo. 24, 25. », 81, 1886, and Jan. 1 and 2, 18W, limited to return Jan. 4, will bemade between all St. Loule-Poo.-la Line (C. P. A tt. L R. R.) stations, Minimum •oiling rate BOO. Through ticket* from and to connecting-lines will be sold. Get full particulars tromC. P. A Bt. U agent.. Cor California Tour!* s— The Burlington Route r has weekly tourist sleeper excursions, personally conducted: (by iBurimgtqn Route Agent) - Agent) Thurs ally cond ever; Vednetday torn St. Louis, and Thursday from Kama* City and 8t. Josepu to Los Angeles and San Franolsoo. The route 1* via Denver, Soenlo Colorado, Salt take City with 98 per cent *ui shine thro Ask your lirs. ughout the year. r Ticket Agent, J. B. Thorn**, for pirtlou- Uomesoekera B Colorado, Florida, riury, Iowa, Kan Kiourslon ai very low rate* sp»ol8ed point* fu Alabama! Georgia, Idaho, Indian .T»r- i tei '~ Kansai, Sentui Louisiana, boms, Oregon,> Booth Carolina, WE' T^UwWVnH.. N£, U», &J!&tSli3®3&ift. .ttfifciBa; Ticket Agent Went Third H'A'WliHiSR- The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street TIMES ARE GETTING HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO ^ SAVE nONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED! 600 Ladlea with small feet, sizes 3, FINE SHOES we are offering at $1.75 » pair tbe finest Dongola and Genet Kid that formerly Bold for up to 6 to call and see what These Snow are made ol Bold for 13.60 a pair, but as tbe glzea are small we are closing them ont at $1-73 ft pair. Tbw to a chance In a life time. Firat come, first aerved, dome early to avoid the raah. In addition to this great Bargain we have 788 palw of Ladles' High Grade Shoes that formerly sold for 93.60 to 0.70 a pair. We are closing them oat at $a a pair. All kinds of Men's Fine and Medium Grade Shoes, all styles and widths, going at 6oc on the dollar, at thia great aale of Irresistible bargains. Also a job lot of Men's and Boys' Fine BoMlan and Viol Eld Slippers at a sacrifice. This is worth Investigating. • _ . . ' « \ n AH kinds of Ladiea', Gent's, Misaea and Children'? Rubber Boots, Over Shoes, 8. A. Overs. Storm and Croquet Rubbers, greatly reduced in prices at this sale. PFIEFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Licensed ARCHITECT riJ ^sssff^\£KWss^ff t nr ta * W« THIRD STRBBT, Ttw4 Plsjaf. PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT. Thrsa UtM or Isss under tW»b**41n«! Oas Una, U osalsi tors* toys, K emtsi oas weak (OOMtii UtlUoaal ttmas SSSM rata, oart «owp, mMeeker*' Excursions. — Upon certain ot October. NoVembersniDepsmber, £ wiiraeUwouwlon ticket, atgjeatly - Mott's Nerveriae Pills J remedy otrvow prostration tjtd an nsrvout dfeMm of tfw mi* of *14iw»

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