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December 17, 1898

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BY TH8 TBLEORAPH PRINTING COHPANY. SATURDAY EVE., DEU. 17. itu^c for the benefit rcc'eiwd f r-orn Dr. Miles' Nerv- ine prompts me to write, that others m a y learn of the efficacy of this grand medicine. I suffered extreme nervous exhaus- tion,v;i,ich rendered rneunable to work. My nerves seemed to be 'on eclpe' and I had much lassitude.' I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and steadily improved and now am enjoying g° oc * health. , Mrs n«'v. F. M. Lncy, Forlville, Ind. / im. MILES' i-, sold by all dnific'ists on Ruaiantce, first bottle bunelits or money hack. Hook on iicnrl anil nerves sent tree. Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. V. S. NIXON, Atchttecl, and Superintendent Plans and Specifications for Work Accurately Furnished. OVER ALTOX SAVINGS BAN K OFFICE M. MAHONEY, NSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ;^70-Btori double brlok dwelling 10 roomt 8-room f raroo dwelling on Fountain it, . U-room brick dwelling on Belle at. 8-room frame dwelling on State at, S-room frame dwelling wltn olot« Vjm One-story 5-room framo dwelling, m t lino of Main utreet. Big money Two-Btory B-room frame dwelling on Bluff 3fi-»ore tract near Edwurdnvllle Grousing. Ono atory 6-(Oom brlolr dwelling, cor «h and <0-ftcre farm, 8 miles floothweflt of Brighton. Two-story brick store, Mo. Oil Belle ft, BlUy-acro farm, good brlok dwelling tno frame barn, Jersey county. _.,_„ . Two-Btory crick store, No. BIS Belle Bt. Two-itory 0-room frame, mate roof dwelling, lots and «<« aorca of laud. Bonanza for pur- One-itory 4-room frame dwelling, cor. Alby "Wo^no lota on Btnte otreot.inorth of BluB Bt Two lots on Dry etro'jt, Two-Btory 6-room framo dwelling, largo Dim tdBlxaorosof Uua.llorth Alton. 80-aoro tfcrm three oilles north of upper Alton Z lotei OQ Eu&ton stroot, 60x130 each, 7-roora frame dwelling, Highland Park. 8-vtory brick building o.w, oor. 6th and Plut hotel and boarding house. 8-ro om fraum oWemiut on 7th Bt. -netr H«rnj FOR J^INE-TENTHS of all tho pain andslckneesfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of menstruation. Nearly always when a woman In not well thcstt organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy * woman Is very seldom sick. Is nature's provision for the regulation of tho menstrual function. It cures all "female troubles." It Is equally effoctlvo for the girl In her teens, the young wile with domestic and maternal cares, and tho woman approaching the period known as (lie " Change of Life." They all need It. They are all beneiltted by It. For advice In cases requiring 1 special directions, addrnsa, riving symptoms, tha Laalea 1 Advisory Deparlmont, Tho ChattuiooiM I.'.cdlclno Cu., Chitt*- , Ttun. THOt). I. COOPER, Tupelo, Mill., Myil "My titter tuHored Irom very Irregular end palnlnl menstruation and doctors, oeuld not relievo her. Wine at Csrdul •nllrtly cured her and alio helped sj| mother Uitougb the Chuiyt ol Lilt/ 1 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. charge the ror the rear 1898 wrta carge in* r»t« for transient notices In our local ool- PER LIH*. * oen "' ttmn " Single tniortlon Three to UTS Insertions Bli to twelre Insertions RATIO o» ADYBRTHirio, TRAMiinrr.-tO cents per Inch " . and » cents per Inch for each snbsequent Inser- "w'perlncb first month, H. 60 per Inch each month thereafter. L10AI, ADYlRTiatXO II per Inoh for the flrst Insertion, and M oenla per ftcn for eaoh subsequent insertion. 9<KXXXK>OOOOOO<XK><XXX>< How to Do It. If you want to rent houses or rooms, It you want to sell anything, If you want to flnd any lost article, Advertise in the Telegraph. OK Col. Billy Bryan the New York Tribune, says: "In war he did no lighting; in peace he does much talking." That's It to a dot. DKMOCKATK; opposition to the retention of tho Philippines has simmered down to this: Because the Republican party is in power. Had the Democratic party Been in power they wonld have been rabid territorial expansionists. BRYAN is against the annexation of the Philippine Islands, but is in favor of keeping a military government there until the natives are able to "organize a stable government." Can the public see much difference between Bryan's Idea and [annexation? Ex-Gov. Wm. J. Stone, of Missouri, holds to the same idea. Annexation will be just the same when called by any other name. THE American Peace Oommlsslon- ers sailed today from Southampton on the American liner St. Louis. They will arrive In New York next Thursday or Friday. The commiseion consists of ex-Secretary of State Wm. K. Day, President, Senators Davis of Minnesota, Frye of Maine, Gray of Delaware, ana Hon. Whitelaw Reid of Now York. Their work has been well done, and .they are entitled to the thanks of the nation. Tttt AlTON RUMORS Conceroltij the Sale of the Railway. A telegram from New Yojk states that the Gould and Vanderbllt interests are out of the deal to buy the Ohlcago & Alton railway, and that tho Union Pacific Is likely to acquire this properly. Another report from Chicago states that it is probable, however, that the stock held by the Mitchells, M. h.. JesBtip, and a few others, which has been for sale and to dispose of which John J. Mitchell, President of the Illinois Trust and Savings Bank, haa gone to New York, has passed into the hands of the Vanderbilts or J. Pierpont Morgan, who is tho financial agent of the Vanderbilts. This, of coure.e would not give them a controlling interest of the Alton, but it would give them representation on tho Board of Directors and a voice in the management of the property, with the expectation they may secure control later on. In no event, how- over, is a practical consolidation wiih any of the present Vanderbllt rondo contemplated. ______ Tor Men Only. Surprise your wife with a truly useful present. A new Carpet for instance; we can sew and lay them on short notice.—A. Neermann & Son. Hard and Soft Coal. Delivered to any part of Telephone 213. the city. WM. FRIES, Kiurn nv ,\ TRMM. i red Kahlc nnrt Ihr-n. tesinn. Two larmm. Kre<1 KiUilo mid 'nicmlprp XivH'Mi'i;, wealthy nnd prominent f:iiiiicr«, who lived n few niiles from N-mienki, 111 , worn run clown nml Intitiiiitly killed by lho Botith liuumH'lii(Mc» & Alton Urn- lied pnpseiiRer Irnlu \i"trnl:'y nt d l>. m. They lind breii ID Iho villnjJ 0 °" bnsinoHt and wen> roliirniiiK i" ;i dog cnrt nloiiK the roiv.l, u-liicb wiia very familiar to them. According to Mr-. Wlfiitloy, n re«l- dontof Namooki, who witrwod Iho accident, thu riiirln* Mniek tho rim with fiiilforeif) JUH! HH HIM horse elenred the rails. Tho men were IOHHIH! lii),'li inthenir. TlioiMrt wan I" 1 ' 11 frum the homo and wont to j.iecei) afsninst tho front of tho engine. The friuhl- eiiod horse sped on. The men fell on either side of tho truck. Mrs. Wheatley rtisliod to fcioni wheil ! Ilio Irain had paseed. Shu found both men dead. A doctor who arrived ohorlly after said both were imUiintly killed. Kahle was n:5 yours of nge, iv well known resident of (he county. Nas- Bingwnsfil yoarfl of airo, nnd very wealthy. ,,. ,\II)IOIIN. ( ... i j>. n Civm tlm i, niliiu "t IX.T vl- ...H.iiit d:n\n that l;itinll :it!imH 111" IN speaking of President MoKinley's proposition for the nation to care for the graves of Confederate soldiers, the St. Louis Republic (Dem.) says: "Surviving Confederates, their sons and the sons of their dead comrades In arms, no matter how they may differ from Major MoKinley on questions of policy and the practicalities of government, will never cease to regard him with friendship and gratitude for the-brave and healing words be has spoken above the grave of sectionalism." "The Bounding Billow" is the title of a neat little 12-page paper published on the U. S. Flagship Olympia, Manila Bay. Frank Hancock, of Alton, a sailor on the cruiser Oharlestoa, now at Manila, sends a copy of the "Bounding Billow" to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hancock, in this city. The typographical appearance Is excellent. Try the Best, "LaBelle," 94.00. Only 7 Days to \rnas! Don't dclny iinothcr niinulo in making your ooloctionn for .\nins from our two lioamifnlclocks. There i(i a Class of People who are Injured by the "^ of coffee. Hocontly tiicro has been placed in an tlm Rrocory Mores a HOW preparation rnllwl GRAIN O, madeot pure grnlnB, thnt tnlccs the plauo of coiToo. me most, dplioate «to,naeli receives H without dlBtreflfl, and but few own tell il from coffee. H does not c oat over i , ns munh. Children may with Rroal henelU. If Try it. Ask for drink 11 Ami jnl>. 1:- III Ami "»«' I" 1 ' 1 Uir flltlin.- And «••'.• Hi" iilonK Hi' 1 Of \varV An. I which r. Does shn lili .w til rcml •nnl In iisiirus Blrown ..n li-all f -Ii.' I'l'ti'l tl"- 1 linos y< i in v.ritrV 'l ><.vr of patriotism to foster or to Levl Davis, Solicitor for Compl'ts. MASTER'S BALK. State of llllnola, county of Madlaon, SH. In thu Circuit Court, October lorin, A, D., 1808. Albert Wado, Mary H. Wade, Haimiol VVailu and Caroline 15. Wade, v» llnnry C Priest, James W. PcnmngUiii, Jacob Miigulro, Charles Mook and Tlioinua Ulinmoulc. In Chancery. Partition. Notice In bcroby given that by virtue of a ilo- cree of wild court, mad" at thu October term, A. U., ISIW, In tlio iilnivit ontl'.lod cause, the undoruluncd, Mauler in Chanci -ry of said court, wll sell at public- vnnduo toUhe lilgliual and best bidder, for cash In hand, on TU1SUUAY, Til 12 TUMID DAY OF JANUA14Y, A. I)., Ibl«, at thu hour of tun o'clock a. m., |al llui north front dour of ihoClty Hull iHillilliisrlntho city or Alton, the following described real onlato. situated In tli« oaunly of Madluon and State of Illinois, io-wlt;i ,, , Tho Boulh half of lot No. eight («). In block No. twelve (la,) Alton City I'ropor. In th» city ot Aiton, couaiyof Wuilltion an J Slate of 1111: DO IB AlKolho went forty-two und one half (WW feutof lot No. xlx 10) In blouk No. twelve (12), Alton Clly J'ruj.-Mi 1 , In the city of ;Altou, county of MiMJIaon, and Slate or IlllnoiH. AlbO Mm i No thirty-four WO In tho town of Montloellii, unmty of Madluon and Slate of HllnoU. Km pt tho rullroaa rlijhU ot way rtroutfu »ald block. Upon oomuUnncu with Hie above torron and J»e»plirovafof tho mamur'n ruportof uule by "-i wurt a dijetl or dutdd will be executed by Entertainment at Unitarian Church. The musical and dramatic entertainment given by the ladles of the Anna D. Sparks Society at the Unitarian church parlors last evening was well attended and much appreciated. An interesting program waa rendered : Piano solo, Mrs. Scott Cunningham; vocal solo, Misa Lillian Root; mandolin and guitar duet, Mlsa Lucy Davis and Mr. Ralph Davis; vooal solo, Miss Lillian Root; piano solo, Mrs. Scott Cunningham. An amusing comedy, "Masques," was given by young ladies with the following oast of characters: Mrs. King ......... Mies Alice Philips Phyllis ....... Miss Annette Sohweppe Anna ............... Miss Lucy Davis Laura .............. Miss Elsie Hewitt Fanny .............. Miss ;Sadle Everts Josephine ........ Miss Alice Bowman The young ladies showed much dramatic skill in their parts and aoqult- ted themselves with great credit. UPPER ALTON. Miss Mary Richards, of Strassburg, 111., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. B. Webb. Miss Emma Ford, of Greenfield, ia visiting friends. Rev. S. Hussey went to Marshall today to spend Sunday. Mr. George Herrin, a Shurtleff etn- dent, has been obliged to leave school and go home on account of his eyes. Dr. L. A. Abbott will preach at the Baptist church tomorrow. Mr. Richard (Huitt is absent from his grocery store on account of sickness. The program at the Alpha Xeta Literary Society last eight waapronoun- ced the bent of the season. The audience was delighted with a vocal solo by Mr. Clay White, accompanied by Miss Lily Coulter pianist and Mr. Barnett Wyllle violinist. Mr. Wyille also played a violin solo which was heartily encored. The Sigma Phi Society will omit Its regular meeting next week, as the members are all busy getting ready for the dramatic entertainment to be given in College Ohapel, Tuesday evening. The sewing circle of the A. M. E. church will bold a sale of fancy articles and supper in the church bulld- iug this evening. Mr, Horace Dudley who is in camp at Mucon, Georgia, writes home that he Is about to be promoted to the rank of lieutenant. He has just passed the necessary examination, and Is assured by a superior ollloer that be will receive bis promotion la the course of a few days. Setter £t»t. U»t of lottera uncalled for at Alton poitoffloe (or the week ending Deo. 17, 1808. Pomona calling for thoso tetters will plew« Trading Stamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash oaatomers.—Dorsej FnelOo. United States In War With Spain, and The History of Cuba." Trnmbnll White, the brilliant historian and war correspondent, was in Onba the past two years with an able corps of assistants securing facts for this, his latest history. He had an able assistant with Admiral Dewey. Mr. White speaks the Spanish language fluently and was accorded special privileges by Spaniards and Cubans, and also by American officials and commanders. He witnessed the battles about Santiago and was on a vessel and witnessed the destruction of Oervera's fleet. This history Is complete and is accurate from the official records. It Is thrilling account of the war with Spain and of the heroic struggles of Cuban patriots; it includes a description and history of Cuba, Spain, Puerto Rico, Philippine Islands, our army and navy, fighting strength, coast defenses, and our relations with other nations, etc., is up to date, Including the treaty of peace; Is Illustrated with over eighty One photographs and drawings from life of officials, civic, military and naval, Americans. Spaniards and Cubans, of battles on land and sea, of oattleships, scenery, etc. Also accurate maps of Cuba and the world. This authentic history is now being published by the International Publishing Co., Ohicaeo. It is sold by subscription only. Every family In the Altons and surrounding territory should have a copy. Mr. F. M. Johnson, 1120 Salu street, Alton, is canvassing this district for subscriptions. The book In silk cioth binding is 82; In Morocco, $27. Remember you can find HOMIO- thing- suitable for everybody at PPPE'S llnw 10 Prevent Pneumonia. At this time of thu year a oold Is very easily contracted, nnAit left to run' its course without the aid of eon o reliable COUR.I medicine is liable to result In thnt dread disease, pneump- nin. Wo know of no butter remedy to euro a coiifib or cold than Cham- herlaiu'n Dough Remedy. We have used it quite extimslvely and ifc has «1- wayR given entire satisfaction.— Ula- L'ali, liul. Ter. Obief. Tills Is tho only remedy that Is known to bo 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 RaiiiRle case having resulted In pneumonia. Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to fear an attack of pneumonia, should Keep the remedy at hand. The 25 and 00 cent nixes for sale by B. Wyss. Mnreh and 8. H. CHINA STORK, III) West 3d st. TOY STORE, ,117 Hclle st. No Humbug. Foley's Honey and Tar does not claim to perform miracles. It does not claim to cure all cases of consumption or asthma, but it does claim to Rive 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. Wysa. Tlic nation of Hi" natlon.'i! In In r ycniili Klii' saw tl«' star Of mitli al.ovt- i..iu|it:iili.n!<. In the clou, hi of .lotilit ullir A nJ follnw.'il l(. \viiil" Klory lit Her faith, which imiylit could mar. Experience will r.how her thut tho truth IS 111 tllCHU HllPH. The Blurs unil inrlpra must ever wave uliovc tho .rhlllpplm-.s, And all that sin.- hns comiuered must be held by force of urma. . From Porto Klco'i; fertile tlelds to Cuba a wasted charms. The nation of the liiillons! Trials. trotihli'S she must luce And bear her trili>'.iatU.n.s For the heroes of her race. Who falter not in storms of shot, But crowd for honor's plaee. KNVOY. Oh, nation of the nations'. Instrument o!' liberty! From furelKii <'or.ii'U. atious One alone y.\n k""p you free! With ouisireiche'l hands she proudly y I anils, The "mlslrrsH of the sea!" -Wia K. Mulilnn in St. i'au! Pioneer Press, ____________________ Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer because this groat remedy can cure them all. It IB a cure for the whole world of stomach weakness and indigestion. Tho cure begins with the flrflt dose. The relief it brings is marvelous and surprising. Ic makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your cure SB certain undor the use of this great health-giving force. Pleaaart and always oafo. Sold by S. H. Wyca. the Antl-Burglar League. All persons wishing to join League will please send their namesat once to one of the following committeemen. H. T. BUKNAP, H. K. JOHNSTON, E. M. DOUBEV. For Hoarseness. Becj. Ingerson, of Huiton, iud., says: he had not ispokon above a whisper for months, niut one bottle of Foley's Honey anil Tar rcutored his voice. It ia uaed very largely by speakers and singers. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. WJ-BS. COMPRESSED AIR. moilve Maxtor la Chancory Anderson, MallndaMlm Iguli, Au«Uitu«Mr UaUngor. T J Mr Huylur, (ieorge Mr liurko, 1'lncknoy Mr Connors, J A Mr Oelmur, Marie Dlmontl, D Bsq Olmond, Dort Bsq Emit, B S Mr Flegle, J F Mr (ireuuwaldt, Joe llawkhw, Stella Miss Hellln, Mary Miss Mills, Q Mr MoKuo, Frank MoElvoy, U It Mr Plillllpa, lioaa MUl Bulli'vaii, J J Townen, 1SE Mr Trenner, Ed W Went, W Mm Wayher, Ida Minn Yardley,Hu»eyMr AD1SON f^PflrjIpfWf Mr" f if you have catarrh, don't d»lly with local remedies, bat purify and enrich your blood with Hood'a bamparllla. ueutlito, Nla- Mall Car on fire. Mr. Edward Q. Yungok, of North Alton, a mall clerk on the Vandalia line, sends the TELEGRAPH tbe following concerning the burning of a mall oar at Efflngham on Friday: A mall oar on the Vandalia line was discovered to be on fire when we arrived at Efllogham today on our way west. Train No. 5, the mail train on which I run, has three mail oars: two storage mail cars aud one working oar. All the ole-zke were in the working car when the forward car was Been to be on fire. The car was badly damaged and between 100 and 200 sacks of mall destroyed. The Efflogham lire department did elllolent work. The mall cars were in charge of Olerk Ball, of Indianapolis, with Pryor, Olark and Yungck as second, third and fourth clerks. No ono knows bow the fire originated, but it is supposed to have started from the stove, aa that end of tbe car was damaged most. This Is a terrible mess and I suppose aome very sharp questions will have to be answered. Shadow of Herself Stomach Was Too Weak to Retain Food A Complete Cure Effected by Hood's Sarsaparilla Now Enjoying the Best of Health, With Digestion Perfect. " My mother was subject to nick headache* aud indigestion for over a yenr. Olio was uimble to Btuud for any length of time, and was obliged to Btuy in B dark room as olio could nut bear the light. Shu had no appetite whatever and her stomach wa« BO weak nho could not retain what food sue did eat. Hho albo had Hevere palua In lior head. Shu Buffered BO mueb thatuho became but tho shadow of her•elf. One day I happened to read a testimonial about IIuud'B Bamaparllla. It Sounded So Truthful I perauaded her to try this nuidlcliio. Before nninhlng tho first bottle there wai. •u improvement in her condition. Bbe no longer threw up her food siul bur lieud- tic he waa not aa Hovere. Bho took in all four bottles of Houd'B Huruaparllla and neveral boxes o( Itood'a Pills and regained her weight. Bbe Is now enjoying the best of health. Her digestion U good and she can eat almost anything she wishes. Bbe Is 42 years old aud Bays abu feels an well «n when abe waa 10. Hood's Barsaimrllla made a complete cure in her case." MIBB MARY MASOABIH, Irontun, Ohio. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best-In faot tlie One True Hliioil I'urlDer. unly Uy (!. I. Hoiiil & Cu., Lowell, Muss. H' 0 1'ertfuuilly eathurUfl, uu»y tuuti«raie. m. Device Tluil I.imlili-s u I. ID lja«ll> <;i-iu'i-n«i- II. A Pittsbiirt; iniTluinii; is workiiiK on a doublu biirreii.-il oiifiiuu — thut in, tin ongiiKi will) two liuilcr.s, each CHID about ii.G inclicjs u; di;iini'tir nuci 1H fi't't in leiiKtl), not iniilucliiif; llui lin/box. Hi* object iu to utilixu tlio forco (if Kruvitn- tion fioiiin down liill to pinup uir into tbo cylinder »r rm-nivn-. v.'hicli i.s roully what ono of the boil'irswill bu. Hosaj'H that it will !>» jiossiblu to "^cnenitu a pri!h'suro of 500 i«iuii(lH lo thu &qu»ru inch in tho roct-ivur by tlm fcn-uo of u pninp workiiif! nn ;i cnni attacbocl to tho nxlus, and that Iliii- oxtni nmohiuery will not hiinipi'f or tMjinpliculo tho cn- «ino in tho least. When tho noxt bill ia encountered, the; air pri'.ssuvo can be turned into tlio ciylindcrs hy iiii'UiiH of u epucial ncr/./.le or tbrcjttli!, und while tbo uir is buiiiK lined t<> kei-p the Ir.iin inov- iiif,' tbo fituuni iii'r.ssiii'u rim bo riiiKi'd to tliu hjghiist pitcli, MI as to bu lined in caso of Ik loiif.', iij-eeiuliliK gruilu wliia) tho uir pressure netH low." Ilu uxpi'ctH tu dcinoiiHtrato tbo utility uud (i(U)iioiny of liis auxiliary air pressure locomufivt: to tlie ciinipleti.'fati.-.fiio- tioii of all railway umiuijjeis. Another ildvantagH whit'h beehiinui is that \vbilo tho nuKiii" in f-tainliiiK tbo Hteiini now allowed (o no to wai^n out of tlie hiii'i'ty valve can be ntili/ecl in iv imperial pump to force air into thn n (.river lor ui-o on luvol tracks or advcn-n ^'adrs. — 1'itts- burg Nowa. QMturcl) 3ilotlcco VlNKtARTt SKCONP HAPTIST ClIUIiCH—S, S. at 3p.m. All nre cordially Invited to attend. O. G. I.onlnjja, Hupt. Y. M. C. A. -Special service for men In tho Y. M. C. A. rooms nt. 4 p. m., Sunday. All men aro cordially Invited. UNION BAPTIST tjnuucii—Corner Seventh and Georgonts. Uov. .1. II. Barton, rrcachlngat 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. S.S. Rt ;1 p. in. PKEsnVTFUUN CmmCH.—Hov. II. 1C. San- borno, pastor. Dlvlno services at 10:45 a. m. a'irtat7:30 p. m. S. S. at 9:30 a. m.. Y. P. b. C. E. meets at 6:30 p. m. CAMl'llFM.L ClIAI'EL A. M E. ClUHirn—J. M. Wilkorson,pastor. Preachln? at ll-.Wa.m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. S. S. nt2:JO p.m. Thanksgiving services at W-15 a. m. EVANOELiOALCiitmcii—Cor. Eluhthand Henry sta. Rev. Wm. Mackmann, pastor. Preaching at 10.30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 8. S. at 9 a. m. Teachers' mooting Friday, nt8p. in. UNITARIAN CHURCH.—Cor. Third and Alby sts. Rev. Goo. R. Gonauer, pastor. S. S. at 8:45 n. m. Church service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Tho Gospel ot John the Baptist." beats free. WASHINGTON ST. M.E. CHURCH—Joslah Abel, pastor. Sunday—9:30 a. m., Junior League. Services at 10:1)0 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. 2:JO p. m., S. S. 6:39 p. m, Epworth League. Thursday—7:30 p. m., Prayer meeting. GBRMAN-M. E. CHURCH.— Rev. Chas.tleldol, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:,IO p m. by the pastor. S. S. at 0:30 a. m. Young people's mooting at 7p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday. »t 7:30 p. m Teachers' meeting Friday at 7:30 p. m. CONGREOATIONALCHURCH.—Corner Sixth and Henry streets. Rev/ J. II. J. Roe, pastor. S. S. at 9:30 a. m. Preaching Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor nt 0-30 p. m. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Prayer meetinc at 7:45 Thursday evening. WC T U.—Tho Woman's Christian Temperance Union meetings, are held the llrst and third Tuesdays of the month til 3:,10 o'clock In the Y. M. C. A. Chapel. All meetings aro open to visitors and friends of humanity are cordl- allv Invited to attend. BAPTIST CHURCH.—ROT. M. W. TwInR, pastor. Preaching tomorrow at 10••IB a. m. and ••30p.m. Morning subject, "The Christian Treatment of Ennmles." Evening subject, "The Parable of tho Sower." S. y. at »:3U a. m. Juniors at 4 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 0:30 p.m. TWELFTH STREET CUMBERLAND PRESUYTKKIAN CHURCH.—Cor.Twelfth and Henry streets. Rev. J. M. Gaiser, pastor. Preaching at 10:« a. in and 7:30 p. m. Y. P. C. S. E. at b:JO S. S. at 0:30 a. m.. T. It. Pen-in,Supt. Teachers meeting, Monday night. Midweek service Thursday night at 8 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH-Cor. Market and Sixth MH. Rev. M. N. Powers, D.D.,pastor. S. &. atl):,)0 a.m. Preaching at Ifl-f.'i a. m. and 7:.'!0 p. in. Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League devotional at 0:30 p.m. Prayer meeting at i :,W Thursday evening. Oneral class meeting Hrst Thursday evening In each month. HUNTERSTOWN BAPTIST MiBSiON—At Cherry Street Chapel, cor. Fifth and Cherry ntt. Rev. M Jameson, pastor. Pieachlnj,' at 10:1., a. in. and 7-00 p m. 8. S. with Homo Department at 0:30 a.m. Mission S. S. 2:30 p. m.,K. Gibson, Supt. Youii(f People's meeting at «:.)» o'clock. Evening subject: The.; story of the Prophet Jeremiah. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—II. M.Cl.it- tondcn, rector. Fourth Sunday In Advent Uec. isth. Holy Communion at Da. m. B.S. aticlu a ni. MornlnK prayer and snrmon at ii>:,Si> a. S B. In Trinity Chapel at 2 J). m. -- -- "'-'-•<«-• ijuappl 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 continued successful use A morbid condition of the membrane in the nasal passages can be cured by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by druggists or H will be mailed for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren street. New 'York. It spreads over the membrane, is absorbed and relief is mmediato. Mr. 0. M. Dixon, a well known merchant of Pleasant Ridge, Fulton Oo., Pa., has a little girl who Is frequently threatened with croup, but when the Urst symptoms appear, his wife gives her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which always affords prompt relief. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by B. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Many People Cannot Drink coffee at niebt. It spoils their sleep. You can drink GRAIN-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, young people and children GRAIN O is a perfect drink. Made from pure grains. Get a package from your grocer today. Try it in place of coffee. 15c and 25o. Xmas Dress Goods. For personal need.or holiday thought, this stock Is admirably ready. Time was when Dress Goods were pushed remotely tncl< to give prominence to trinkety stocks. Now the acceptableness of a dress pattern is generally manifest, Linens for Gifts. Of coursel What more acceptable to any dainty housekeeper than a Linen Table Srt. 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 35/. Special holiday price 25^., China for Gifts. There's an overflow stock of China made up of pretty decorative pieces]that make acceptable holiday remembrances. Dainty dishes bon bon tea sets, etc., tf to $3. Kid Gloves and Handkerchiefs. What could be more appreciated than Kid Gloves or Handkerchiefs? We are sure you will find our assortment good. Ladies' Kid Gloves 8$/ to $2 a pair. Gloues 51 a pair. Beautiful Handkerchiefs $? to $1.^0 each. Holiday Furs. The showing is the most varied, we've ever gathered. Wonderful indeed, the beautiful Collarettes lor $2.50 to $iij.oo. Children's sets Si.?o to $3. 9 Blankets. Are you seeking a gift for a house keeper? There is warmth attached to the remembrance of a gift. Blanket. Beautiful Wool Blankets $3 to $12. Misses Kid Don't be persuaded into buying liu- imontfi without reputation or merit— Cbamberliiln's Pain Balm costB no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many yaaro. Such letters as the following, from L. G. Bagley, Hueneme, Cal., are constantly being received: "The best remedy for pain I have ever used ia Chamberlain's Pain Bnlm, and I Bay so after having used it in my family for several years." It cures rheumatism, lame back, sprains and swelling. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyes. After hearing some friends continually praising Ohamberlaiu'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Our- tia Fleck, of Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle of it for his own me and is now as enthusiastic over its wonderful work as anyone can be. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. . Evening prayer and sermoa in Trinity umpol nt :) n rn., and In tho church at 7-:iO. Evonlnw prayer and litany In Trinity Cnnuol, Wednesdays lit 7:30. Fridays In tho Guild room, mornlnt; prayer and litany at 10 o'clock, evening prnyor at 7:30. UPPER ALTON. PKESBYTEIUAN CHURCH.—Hov. W. H. Bradley, pastor. H. S. at ":.'» n. in., J. O. Reynolds, Built Services at 10:45 a.m. every Hunday.and at 7:30 n. m.. alternate Sundays. J. E. society at 2:1)11 p m. S. E. at 0.1)0 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7.15 p. in. SlRTiioniaT EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-North Ma n street, Rev. J. A.Large, pastor. S. H. atU:UO a. m. Preaching at 10:.(5 a. m. and 7:<iOp. m. Junior Lcaguo at 3 p. in. I'pworth Lcngjio c'e- votional meolmu at U 30p,m. Prayer mectlnii Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. followed by b. b. teacher's meeting. OuSLfe* Soars tho signature of . . Thb Kind Von Have Always BougM R. R. EXCURSION RATE5. H omeseekers Excursions.— Nov. Island 15th and Dee. Oth and 20th, via tho Burlington. mralon advertised by Doe. 17, has been A Scrum *»' C'ui-c Snake IHtrM. OciiiKiil SliiniH'r ;it Miir.-rilKn, Franco,- IIIIM infuriiiiil tin 1 ill•pariiiu nt nf rt;iU- ut Wiii-liiiigti'n tliiit Dr. t.';ilinrtt() ul Hi" I'UHluur iiislitiitc nl liilh) liii^ 1 ili.-i'iivon.'il nil iiiitivcnuiiiiiUH si rum, by niriuiM of wliicli lliu iiui.-iniiiiK I'ruiii Miiiltt) liites uiiti iihviiys In clii r.'.nl ;\n,\ ilciuli I'"'- vi'Utud if tin; srnnu 1.11 iujccU'il witliin I'cnir IIOIIVH nftirtlm IIII'MUI lini' I^'CM l>itti!U. 'I'll" ciuisiil niltls lluit Dr. Cul- uiutti) is u ymniK mil'' "f ilinliiiHiiisliu'l ulhlily iiml in aililiiinn to IIH i-cirntilid cliscDVcry luis pru\ii!nl MICIIIIH 1'i'uin lii.n privuto rrKiiurcc.s tnr iho ciciition <if » custly I'Hiiiiiiin-iit in thu 1'ustcur iiisti- tutu ut I'illn S:!lj|i. m. Teacher's' ri>ootln« Monday, S p. ID. nuslnesn mootlnB Monday after tlrst Sunday, bp. in. Prayer mooting H p. m. How's This! We oiter one huudrod dollars re ward for any CUHO of catarrh that can not be cured by llall'u Catarrh Cure.— F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. 3. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in ali buulnoiiB transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their llrm. West &Truax, Wholesale Druggist*, Toledo. O.; Warding, KHman & Mar viii. wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75j» per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. for Kent A brick store building, a very do- sirahle locution for u butcher shop. Apply to Win. Sonntac-;. _ Hoarseness L,eacls On toscrioua irritation of tho throat, and nmy end in a racking, rasping cough. Dr.'lJell'H Pino-Tiir-Jloney will quickly clear the throat and leave tbe voice clear and Bmooth. It ia an infallible remedy for cougnB and colds and all disorders of tbo throat and iun i. Uood druggists sell it. A r >o. Bonn thu Signature of VJOTICE.—The cheap oxour 1~ the (J. & A. to Chicago, Indelluitely postponed. ["•EDUCED Kates to Southern and Western *' resorts now in effect via the C. & A. R. R. and connections. OLIDAY EXCURSIONS—Via BlE.Fourat vorv low rau:s. Tlokots «ood going Doo. 23, ''I, 2."i, iii, 3D and :tl, and .Ian. I and 2. For in- rormatlon, tlckecs and rates call on G.H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. ..... TixCURSIONS-To the West, North- cst, South and Southwest will be run via C. & A R. R., and all connecting en Doc. Oth aiul2«th. Return llin 121 days. Ferrates and Tull particulars apply to O. G. Norrlu, Agont. C ~"Viil"isTMAS ISO*-NEW YEAR 1899-For tho above the C. <t R. R. will Bell excurHion tlcketH, at lowrates. (romAlton to all stations within 200 miles on Dec. 21, 2n, 20 a->d 31, 18U8. and Jan. 1st and M, 1BUO. Return limit Jan. 4 X MAS ANI3 NEW YEAR RATES—The Bur. MnKtnn Route will soil excursion tickets Deo "lth,25th, 2Jth3.stand Jan. 1st, and 2nd, ti points vrllhln a radius of 200 miles ai ono and one-llilrd faro for tho round trip. Return imlt Jan. 4 'mi.— J. B. Thomas, Agont. 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 "SUIT" you Our High-grade Kerseys, Beavers, Chinchillas, etc , for $7,50, $10 and $14. No More, No Less. Are values that double the money v/ould hardly purchase elsewhere. We have good Coats that are good for you to buy. Low prices eloquent of economv. . l The Outfitter. 632 East Second Street C HEAP wes mtera' Riites toapeollled points In Alabama, Arkansas, Kontuoky. Michigan (lower pen-, MIsslBSlppI, Mis- TllB Kil " 1 Y(M1 We Have an Elegant Line of WINTER SUITINGS for you to select. Also a handsome line of Men's Furnishings In Latest Styles. H innuia), Michigan (upper), Mississippi, Mis- hlourl, Minnesota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin, via Big Four. For Information and tickets call on G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. ^ •I'ho C. & A. U. II. Is arranging a series of I Winter Tours at low rates to Cuba, Poito Rico and Jainaua via Tampa. Florida All quar- anllno restriction against tho Is.land of Cuba have been raised a»d the regular lines of Gvoan transportation will I avo Ihelr vouoelB In service ut an early dale. •ro CalltoiMlaund Oregon.-Tho C. .4 A.R. R. ' runn weekly tourist sleeping car excursions »t very low rates, p^reonally conducted overy Thumlay, leaving Alton at l):."0 p. m. running via Kan»u» City, Ba t hake City and tho Scenic I,MH'. For rates, reservationn and full pa'tlcu- Ini'N apply t'J O. G. Norrls, Agt., Alton. C HRISTMAS and N«w Yunra exoiirstons. A rain "f nneuii'l ono-tlllrd fare for thn round trill tlckiHu on sale Deo. 24, 2ii, 20. :ll, IKllN, iiml Jun. i and 2, ISUU, limited to reluniJun. I will ijBinado botweeu all St. Louls-PiiO.-la Linn (C. 1'. & ' l. 1' K. R.) stations. Minimum mi Jlnir rate Mo. Tlirough tlcke'.s from and to i-ouncctliiK; lines will be sold. Got full particulars from C. !'. <fc Mt. L. aijent. F or California Tourls B—The liurllngton Roulo has weekly lourUt nlofper excursions, pop- honally conducted (by tt Uurfingtoii Houto Agent) uvei'v Wednesday r om 81. Louis, and Tuura- diiy from Kansas City and Ht, Joseph to Los Antu'lc-s and San KranclBco. The route Is via Denver, Ht'onio Colorado, Salt Lake City with lot per cent sui shlno throughout tho year. Auk your Ticket Agent, J. li. Thomas, for purtleu- l.rs. H om.'Kc.ekors Excursion at very low rates via Hlg Four,to spuclflod points m Alabama, Colorado, KlorlJa, (Soorula, Idaho, Indian Tor- iltcry, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mlulilgan, MliinoHOta, MIsMlssippl, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota,Oklahoma Oregon, Houth Carolina, rlouib Dakota. T i.'sbce, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin ami Wvomlnit. Ticket* will bu on »alo Nov. I5th, ]iw. il 20. Jan. 3-10; Fell. 121. March, 7-1(1. K«jr full Information apply to 0. 11. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. West Third H omeseekers' Excursions. — Upon certain diili'a of Oulohor, Novombur and Docfinber, the c;. * A, wll solloxcurslon tickets atgroally reduced raUH lo pMnis In Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Torrltoiy, Iowa, Kunwtu, Knntuoky, l/julslanu. N'urtlieru Micrtiluan.MmnciMita, Wl«- hlbulppl, Mluaeurl, Nchradka, Now Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakola, TennessOB, Tinon, Utah, Virginia, Wlsconaln and Wyoming. The reductions In rates aro of nulTlulunt linport- nnun to uiurlt tho attuotton of pronpootlve travoliTs. For partloularncall on O.O. Norrls, Ticket Agent TIMES ARE GETTING HARD. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE flONEY. GOING OUT OF SHOE BUSINESS. WANTED! 500 Ladles with small feet, sizes 2>£, 3, 8^ up to 5 to call and see what FINE SHOES we are offering at $1.75 a pair. These Shoes are madei of the finest Dongola and Oenet Kid that formerly sold for fS.fiO a pair, but as the sizes are small we are closing them out at $i 75 a pair. Tbiei is a chance in a life time. First come, tirst served. Oorae early to avoid the ruBb. In addition to this great Bargain we have 768 pairs of Ladles' H gh Grade Shoes that formerly sold for 92 GO to 3.75 a pair. We are closing theD Al° 1 kinds of "Man's' Fine and Medium Grade Shoes, all styles apd widths, going at 6oc on the dollar, at this great sale of irre8l8tib . le . rba . r ?* 1 ? B H 1 , n _ ( ,,. < Also a job lot of Men's and Boys' Fine Russian and Viol Kid Slippers at a sacrifice. This is worth Investigating. All kinds of Ladies', Gent's, Misses and Children's Rubber Boots, Over Shoes, 8. A. Overs. Storm and Croquet Rubbers, greatly reduced in prices at this sale. PF1EFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE. Licensed Ueoornl Superintendent tad Mectianlcal OcaugbUaiM. nil to obtain fxitteri Pain t oo new InraaMoai or ImproMi rlngi UDI] ipoolDoatloui and make ippltnatloni (*r patunten. 103 \V. THIRD STKEBT. Third Floor )«Dtl PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT. Thru* HUB« or l»n under tblibtkAlogi On< Un«,Uo«Dtf| three daji, Xoentii on* wn«k »44lllon»l tlmet mmeiate, otab do«n. U I Tlioso tiny Capstilou are tup to Balsam of Copaiba," Cubebsorlniecitansana CURE IN 48 HOURS the eame diseases wlt S TOCKHOLDERS' MlSETiNO NOTICE.-Ht. loulB, Deo77. IBUS Th» annual inootlnu at (lookboldani of Stntliwl Mining Companr lor theeleotloi! "ot Dl.cwtors and tho transaction of such other buklnew as 1 ">»y« o , n >, 0 . 1 '?'^;'!• will be hold at tbolr on oe (hotel,) ,nUm>oi Alton. 111., on Saturday, January• 7, ^"um luntlU o'clock p. m.- A. U. rilllor, Hooy. l-OH SALE POR BALK -Old papori, D »ny liii P th« Tir.tOHAPR office, p°f Bojf ;1 In Deed of kludilny wood . Ay telephoning No. 41, 111 M perlo»d-B. LoYls. i lno|» COR BALIS- -A Farm four miles northwest of • UtohesW.lOOaorei. Woanaoro. Fqrpir- llouiarnddreiaO. A. Brown, or M.S. Brown, Brlgotoo or T. 0. Brown, Alton, lu. ltt( DR. POTT'S m They overcome WcnVncm.li- rt.'Kiilurlty anU cmilaslons. In- f reuse vlRor ttiuJbuulnh "puln» ol niBnfltrutttlon." TJ>»y »re II Life Severs toglrlg'ui wcnmnhood, .._, clevelopment of orguns botly. NJ known remedy for women equal' tluun. Oiinuol (Jo hurui • life beppmeii a pl«»«- uiu. Vl |wr box by mill. Vi* IMt l»| aritrrkU. OR. MOTTT, CHEMICAL CO,, Cletel.wJ, Obla For ule bv 8. B. Wyw. npbe Burlington « Tbi * ape aieupera and I Kaunas City, _Bt. Jo l, Hook Inland, Oubuau*, and MmneapoIU. Tour and Coi Angeles, DTer»Bdl for wit**. , Tbomu, Agent

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