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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, December 17, 1898
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Business Men: Let the Telegraph 5how What it Can do to Bring Customers to Your Store and Bigger Balance to Your Bank Account tttttNt Don't Lie. It doesn't take much knowledge of nmtliettittticn to figure out the fact!) nhout that dread disease — consumption. Statistician* Ion? ago demonstrated that one-seventh of all the deaths In Christendom each year may be safely attributed to consumption and allied diseases. There 1» an almost certain cure and a positive preventive for this fatal disease If taken In time. The story of what It will do {a told in the 'following letter: About two and a half years •to, when I wu nt Pitt tick, . . , Kjr.," wrliw t. W. Jordiin, E*q,, •rCttbin, Whltley Co., Ky..^'IwM taken wHti •«*ef» Mini In the client, nfter which I bcffan to •pit up blood «ad WM nlno troubled with nlRht- Itttct*. I w«i to short winded thut I could hardly walk half a mile at once, and If T got the taut/bit wearied, I would have aa attack of phthtiic(aithma) and almoit die for about two or three dayi. 1 concluded to try Dr. R. V. Fierce, and 1 related my case to him. Ite wrote Be that I ihould take din ' Golden Medical Dl«corny.' 1 began lining It and uned about »ix bottle*. I began lo nee that It wan helping me. •o concluded to continue Its une. I did no and have Improved both In utrenglh and In weight. I nave not had the phthisic, nor spit up any blood aince Uut spring." * Thto great remedy—Dr. Pierce'n Golden Medical Dlicovery—cures 98 per cent, of •1! Urynfrlal. bronchial, throat and kindred •flections which, If neglected lead up to consumption. It strengthens the stomach •nd makes the appetite keen and hearty. It invigorates the liver and aids the natural processes of secretion and excretion. It makes the assimilation of the food perfect. It U the great blood - maker and flesh- builder. Honest dealers will not urge you to take a substitute said to be "just as good." Send for Dr. Pierce'* Common Sense Medical Adviser. FREES. Unclose 21 one- cent stamps to cover mailing only, to the World's Dispensary Medical Aasoclatlon, BnSslo, N. V., for a paper-covered copy. Cloth binding ten cents extra. It is • thousand page book with over seven hundred illustrations; formerly sold for $ For limited time can be bad for coat of mailing. F C. S. BRICE Was a Poor Man Less Than Twenty Years Ago. SALE OF THE MCKKL>PLATK ROAD. apnawttai W FUrt-flUw tew I •DM CoapaaiM. FOR SALE. Tha Dr. Hardy property coper 5th aid Alby It*. Lot 120X120 feet with 2 dwellings. A 4-room dwelling 'on Kuton street bat. 10th andllthsts, Lot 45x120 feet. Prloe 1700. The residence of Oeo. Klrsoh on Belle «tre«t| 8 rooms and bath room; ID good repair. The ID-room residence ot 8. H. Nlohola 01 Langdon at. Lot 70x170 feet. A fine looatton. ^TaiwS-room dwelling (nearly new) wlthbath roomi heated by furnace) inMddtetowa. Th»fln»lotof David Doyle on Bluff rtr»»t with 4-room briok dwelling. The J.-to. Tomorhomeatetdoootalalng about 41 tores: fine 10 room dwefllngjfrttit oIfUktad. . Some fine lots on Bluff street with briok paring and Mwert no grading, la T. L. PouUi add A One B-room briok dwelling, betted with •turn. Lot 120x120 feet i one fruit j hall block i Henry street detlrable j residence on Prospect i^rt with 7 rooms. Heath with furnace. Lot «0 fe»t on a A detlrab Prospect street, A flne proper on thenortn side of Second , One of tte flneit looaUon la Middle Alton ith about Itt tare* of e »•••. J block. •'room dwelling with a d/Flne fruit and ifhad Tou line In Upper Alton. M Uth A two atorV briok otore and dwelling and a twoVto^ryblrLkdweUlngonaamelot oorew of tad and Vine sts. A good InTastment. *2JsSloSon«tliitr»»t nearllr. Oantang *Tn«iSne'donbto dwelling ot Mr. R. Qantang, Mated by steam with modern ImproTenwoti. A varr desirable 8-room briok dwelling, oil BiueVtroetV with all modern ImproYetwna. . «» IrtMa^undry. eTerythlng oompletej in- B«nglO loUi iwltoh wnneotton wlthajlA. SSSpNmreUy Mff. Co. property on td itrwt, *?flwt>ttta Highland Park, aaoh 70 by about E ^^room dwelling on pt»U «mt. Prloe Ida-room dwelling c-n Second street. rooa dwelling in Upper Alton, good Wade on Balls * ib 'rbonm and flnlahsd ftttlOf bau •ma. Good cellar. Qasandwatar deSrSag* house. Lot H lest (rant. °o?rin" oth»r isslrabU property not dwelling OB William §tr»et. I with I good lots on Fifth 17 room dwelling with «n» rlrwTlnw, r hot water. (FOR RENT. •tory briok dwelling with 8 rooms.on rrenue now occupied by J. Moulton, r dwelling on 8rd street with bath j»HomSd U two 4-room't«n»m»nU roomi tod street near Cherrr ' The L. J. Olawson homestead la Upper Alton with 10 rooms, bam and garden, now occupied by Mr. Oeo. LeTls. Possession glren by JnJr 1. How Hi-Ice toured William H. Van<lrrl>tlt Into Haying It by Having .Iny umilil Take • Trip Ovor It from lliifTnlo to Chicago—Mow Ho Mnrte FrlrniN with » Ovnf.df.rnlo Wlilln In (he Union Army In Virginia. New York, Dec. 17.—The career ot Hon. Calvin S. Hrlcc, New York millionaire, former United States senator, who dlrd In New York Thursday, presents one of the muni remarkable stories of rapid rise from poverty to riches He Is the name man who, Irss thun twenty years ago, was to be seen hustling about dally on the streets of Columbus, wearing mud spattered rloth.i and generally with trousers tucked Into his high-legged boots. lirlre hadn't struck It rich (hen, hut he was working like mad on one of the curliest of 1'ls schemes—the building of the Ohio Central railway. In his late days he was is particular In his dross as he was then careless. The bringing of the big lawsuit by Thurlow Weed Ilnrnes naturally started all sorts of Hrlce jitorles anew on their rounds. Several are told by Dexter Marshall. In tine or two Instances Jay Onuld Is the other party In the (lories. Vmulcrlilll nml tlm Mi-Unl I'lnlc. One of them—quite possibly apocryphal, hut imiyhe not—runs Hint It was Qould who helped Hrlce and his friends to unload the Nickel I'l.ite ra:lr»ad on to William H. Vunderbllt. The Nickel Plate, It may he explained for the benefit of readers who do not keep themselves thoroughly posted In railroad matters, extends from Buffalo to Chicago, paralleling the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern. It has often been eald that It was built for the purpose of selling out to the Vanderbllts, the notion being that they would buy In order to protect their property. For awhile It looked to Brlce and his friends as if they had overshot the mark. Vanderbllt refused to scare and told Brlce when he called to talk about It that he'd prefer to wait till the IIrat mortgage foreclosure came along and buy from the sheriff. Then Brlce put up a big bluff. "If you don't buy," he said, "Jay Gould will." Gould Goes Ovor the Itnad. Vanderbllt gave Brlce the laugh right In the face and bade him a pleasant "Good morning." Brlce went away sore, but not discouraged. In an hour he was with Jay Qould. "1 know you don't want the Nickel Plate," said Brlce, "but I wish you'd make a trip over the line In a special car. It might Induce Vanderbllt to buy, and I'd pay you well for your time." Gould didn't want to be paid for his time, but It struck him as an exceedingly funny scheme to let W. H. V. In to the tune of several millions. So, in about a week, the wizard started out over.the Nickel Plate. Meantime the papers had printed the news that he was going 1 to buy, and Gould had declined to deny the rumor. His tour was of the slowest, most deliberate sort, and news of Its progress was sent from every telegraph station along the line. Vanderbllt came down from his tree before Gould reached Chicago, and Brlce and his friends netted several comfortable millions. Guarding Gurcloii Putoliim. Many persons have forgotten that Brice was a Union soldier In the civil war, but ho was. He was a student at May the Miami (O.) university In 1801, and he enlisted with a lot of other students. They were stationed In Virginia for about twelve months. A good part of the service of this company was to guard the garden patches of certain unrepentant Confederates. One of these was a typical southern gentleman, "Mr. James M. Johnson, by gad, sah," aa he announced himself at the camp one day. He was kicking because some of the soldiers had been robbing his potato patch. "But," said Johnson, "If any one of yo' boys IB hungry und will come to my house with a basket In the daytime I shall certainly not refuse him a few potatoes, by gad,sah." This tickled Brlce, and the next day THE JiKIVS l\ IUIIKP. The plnnt of (he Acme Hoofing nml flupply company, f'anl'in. o., wits entirety destroyed by (Irr. Lu'<s, $50,000, with about $20.fif > o Insurance, The dirM'fors of the American Mult- Ing company hnve rlci lured a riuartcr- ly dividend of l-y t per cent, on the piu- ferred stock. At a meeting of the Chicago, Hock Island flml Pacific railroad directors at NeSv York .1. Iv Hayne wns elected treasurer In place of James F. I'hllllps. Advices received at (ialvecton, Tex., confirm the reports of a revolution in the llnllvian republic. Princess Henry of Prussia has arrived at Hong Kong. She will spend Christmas In Hong Kong with Prince Henry. William J. Elff, 22 years nf age, committed suicide at Milwaukee- b> cutting his throat with n razor. One hundred and ten undertakers of Indiana underwent an examination at Indianapolis conducted by a committee appointed by the state board of health. A smallpox epidemic Is imminent at rtrlgRSvllle., Ills. The state hoard of health hns been summoned, riimran- tlno ordered and the entire population will be vaccinated. William 10. Dense of Toledo, O., wan arrested and hound over for Illegal fishing. The law under which he was arrested was passed while he was tt member of the legislature. While rabbit hunting near Shelby 1 ' vllle, Ind.. Albert McCabc Shot at n rabbit, but the bullet struck Ira Wilder, killing him. Fire In the Melnecke Toy company's plant at Milwaukee did about $10,000 damage. William Kluck, aged 28, was arrested at Kankakee, Ills., charged with eloping with hi» wife's m-j'.car-old sister. Emma Baukman, both of Pontlac, Ills. Sulaohlteepvra to Start a ilr«ver}-. Chicago, Dee. 17.^-DissntIsfled with their treatment by the brewery trust, 60 per cent, of Chicago saloonkeepers have decided to brew their own beer. They held a meeting Thursday nt the Sherman House and $45,000 of the $100,000 capital stock was pledged. The concern will be known as the Dealers' Brewing association. No stockholder can hold more than $1,000 stock. Carl Rosenow was elected president and Charles Horn treasurer. The stockholders expect the new brewery to be In operatlon_carly In the coming year. Good Holiday Trade at Chicago. Chicago, Dec. 17.—Christmas sales In; December, 1898, will exceed those of any precious year, according to the local merchants, who are now reaping their ante-holiday harvest of profits. The declarations of wholesale and re- tall rm;n are to the same effect. More goods and better goods are sold for Christmas presents now than at any previous time In the records of the large business houses. Klolghlng Purl* Iltin Into. Imlay City. Mich., Dec. 17.—-Mrs. Thomas Robb of Lum, Walter Robb, her son, aged 4; Mrs. John Yerkcs' son, aged 12. months, were killed and Mrs, John Yerkes of Port Huron and Mr. Dawson, the driver, were Injured by being struck by a south-bound engine light, on the Pontlac, Oxford and northern railroad while driving over a crossing here. THE MARKETS. Chicago Grain and Produce. Chicago, Dec. 16. Following were the quotations on the Board of Trade today: Wheat— Open. High. Low. Close. December ...$ .Gfilf, $ .66% $ .65% $ .86% May 67^ .68% .67 .68!4 July 6u% .66% .65% .66% Corn- December ... .33% .34 V4 .33% .34% May .35 .35Vi .35 .35% July 35% .35% .35% .35% Onts— December... .26% 26% May 26% .27 .26% .26% Pork- January Parsnip Complexion. If rtocs tint ri'(|'iin nil fxpf-rt lo de left the miffiTfir frmn Ml in> y tmuble. The hollow dim ks, ihn su ken ojes, Ilio dnrk, (nifty circles nnrli r the py«H, the qitiliiw p Tmiip colored complexion Indicates It. A physician would nnk if you bfttl rheumatism, a dull pain or ache lu the back or ovir the, I ips, stomach trouble, doeiro to urinate often, or a burning or scalding in passing it; If after passing there Is an unsatisfied fooling an if it must be at once repeated, or If the urine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor. When these symptoms are present no time should be loet In removing the cause. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of the bladder, inllumm ition, causing stoppage, and sometimes requiring the drawing of the urine with lns»ra- menta, or may run Into Brlgbt's disease, the moot dangerous stage of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Iloot. the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist, Is a positive remedy for such diseases. Its reputation Is world-wide and It Is so easy to get at any drug store that no one need suffer any length of time for want of it. However, If you prefer to first test its wonderful merits, mention the TBLBJGBAPH and write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y., for» sample bottle and book telling all about It, both sent absolutely free by mall. Gail Borden Condensed Milk HAS No EQUAL AS AN INFANT FOOD. , "INFANT HEALTH"SCNT FREE ON APPLICATION. NtwVoRn CONDENSED MILK Co.NY OUR ENGINES IN AFRICA. American Lucotiintlve» (.'null liy Ilrlt- lnli on Sudan Itdllrond. Frank Sharp of Philadelphia, ropro- seiiUif.ive of tho Baldwin Locomotive Works in Kpypt nml the Sudan, arrived nt SpriuKtieUt, O., rrcvntly from Oniro, He is a uativo nf Hutler, Peudleton county, Ky He said: "1 nui tip four largo locomotives in tlio Bndan for the Uritish goverumuut, or, iiion- specially speaking, for tuo uir- diir, (joiiariil Lord Kitchener, with whom I am very well acquainted. He is a anrly sort .of, n man, of but few words, which he speaks divectly to tho point, j an( J 8 Ho was always civil enough to me aud stopped to talk at; length with me oue day, coiupliuiqutingour engines uud uiy work. f "It had been taking the British locomotives 26 boors to c»rr; him over the 848 miles, aud our locomotives covered the distance iu 12 hours uud did the eamo thing when the road reached the 884 mile post. They nil take off their hats to the Yankee uuRinu. Therailrond had got within ISO miles of Khartum when I left, aud they wure building a bridge uc.roKH the Nile at thut poiut, "The British will unquestionably hold all of thut country and undoubtedly pnt:h the railroad through tho Kougo Freo State to Cnpe Colony and the ocean. A foreigner could not travel in that country if it were not for British occupation, aud they would bo eiitiug oue another up. The railroad will open up much rich territory virgin in resources. I put up liO engines at C/'uiro during my stay niicl am going buck in a fow months to put up more. "—Special Philadelphia Press. Mrliohbllm Wnntril (o Die. Dotrnit. Pec. 10.—Thomas McRob- lilns. n im-tnl polisher from Chicago, nt- ti-mpted to commit suicide early In the mcirnliiK Ijy cutting his throat with n tableknlfe. Finding that he did not drop lic-iid from tho cut, McRohblns wulkrd up to his room on the second floor of the house and Jumped head first out of the window. He will probably ille. Six Klllod In n Train Wreck. Jacksonville. Pla., Dec. 17.—A pnssen- Kor train on the Florida Central and 1'enlnsular railroad was wrecked near Madison by a collision with cattle on the track, although the engineer made every effort to stop the train. Six persons were killed, John T. Sullivan, an army attache. Engineer Chandler and four colored men. For Kidney Troubles there is nothing better than Foley't Kidney Oure, everyone who trleg it will agree to this. Bold by E. Marsh Wysa. Fain bos noHhow with Dr. Miles' Pain Fills. 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 homeseokers, tourists and investors to view for themselves the great resources of the State. For further information address John L. Williams, P. and T. Agt , 103 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. Arrldrnl lo Slmflrr nil (I l.nulnn. Atlanta, f,'a.. Her. 17.—An aerldent which nnrniwly escaped proving fatal occurred after the jutillpo speech-making at Ih-- Auditorium us the presidential parly drove bark to the hotel. On the way the carriage In which Generals Rhafter and I/awton rode was run Into by a street car and the two distinguished officers were thrown to the street. Neither was much hurt, and both were taken Into a carriage secured by Private Secretary Cortelyou. Horribly Mtitllntnd by Mnchlnrry. Sharon, Pa., Dee. 17.—Benjamin Davis, aged 38. a night roller, was killed at the Sharon Iron works. He was engaged In putting In a liner on the 12- Inch mill, when his arm caught In the boxing. In an instant his body went through the small space, horribly mutilating It. His head was crushed and his nerk broken. He had been employed at the Iron works over twenty- five years, and leaves a wife and two small children. Civil Service Hftforin AMorlntlon. Baltimore, Dec. 17.—The National Civil Service Reform association In convention here at Its second day's session devoted almost the entire morn- Ing to n discussion of the report of the committee on resolutions, which charged the present national administration with a violation of the spirit If not the letter of the civil service rules. Carl Schurz was re-elected president. Womnn ScntrniuMl for Life. Des Molnes. la., Dec. 17.—-On a second appeal of the case the supreme court decided that Betsy Smith must serve a life sentence In the penitentiary for the murder of her husband, Michael Smith, for his Insurance money. Aided by her daughter, Mrs. Smith slowly poisoned her husband with nrsenlc, administered In lemon pie, of which he was very fond, and In coffee. The Westlnehouse Air Brake company .has declared the regular 2V4 per cent, quarterly dividend and an extra dividend of 21J, per cent. Frank Moran, one of the most widely known minstrels In this country, died at the German hospital, Philadelphia, aged 73 years. Rolf Cederstrotn, Pattl's fiance, was born ln.lS70. and she Just 28 years before that date. The honeymoon will be gpent In Sweden. CASTOR IA The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been lu use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of oiid has been made under his per. sonnl supervision since Its Infancy, Allow no one to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR IA Castoria Is a substitute for 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 Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You. Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. A Word to the Wise is Sufficient. Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured me of catarrh when everything else failed.— Alfred W. Stevens, Caldwell, Ohio. Ely's Cream Balm works like a charm; it has cured me of the moat obstinate caso of cold in the head. I would not be without. — Fred'k Fries, 283 Hart St., Brooklyn, N. Y. A lOc. trial aize or the 50c size ot Ely's Cream Balm will be mailed. Kept by druggists. Ely Brothers, 66 Warren St., N. Y. . 9.3"Mi 9.70 9.70 9.35 9.62M, 9.35 .9.60 January May 6.37M, B.10 3RBAL E5TATE, INSURANCE, and LOAN AGENT „ ROOM 18, P. 0. BUILDING. FOR 8AL,B j t MxUG on 1 Franklin, for »00. lldlng lot Mil46 on Liberty street »ndF he went to tho house with it basket on his arm, said lie waa hungry and asked for some potatoes. WHI After Iture Hooka. It was now Johnson's turn to be amused, but he was us good as his word and allowed Urlte to nil the basket, going with him to the patch to dig the potatoes. The fact was thut Brlce didn't want the potatoes, hut h« did want to get a sight of the old man's library, which was Hald to be u,n exceedingly fine one. So when Mr, Johnson asked If there was anything else ho wanted, the youngster braced up, said he hud heard the Johnson library waa the finest In that part uf the state, and he hoped he might borrow a book or two to read. At this Johnson Intlted the boy into the library, saying: "All right, sah, come along, und If you flnd anything to your taste, I'll let you take It, by gud, sail!" But Johnson was taken aback by Brlce's choice, for he Delected an exceedingly valuable work on the Uosl- cruclans, published in the seventeenth century. llvramo Knit Frltimln. For a minute or two the old niun demurred at letting this go out of his possession, even temporarily, it being (lora'term 8 mllei touth of Brighton, JlllnoultlT»tlon, one-half good puturc, "I new two itory briok modern dwelling new I a book that couldn't be replaced, us ha t «??Jl— ..^ Oeorgeitreeta, I explained to the buy. 10 " "I know that," said Hrlce cheerfully, "und that's why I want to read It. Hut you needn't be afraid of Its tretllng lost or damaged. I'll be careful of It, und no one In the camp but me will dream uf Ita value." Johnson finally IcMit the book, which wan properly returned In due time. After that the two were fast friends, and Hrlce hud the run of the library •tory trams dwelling No. (HI eait • ioriltOO. LotCOxOO. OooditrMt frame dwelling home and another all oo one lot In good location . .„ - u Rcnta for 188 per month : 8-room reifdenoe on State itreot oo BVillM on Oak atreeS between the 1 Bl« four R. R. traolu, lultible tor or manufacturing purpoiei, 0 OD tut ilde of Alton atreet forttOO. . {arm to Jirur county, ttloD by rail or rlier. bit, bait mill . corner Ind bualneii property .D it*., oo «awr tirmi, _bU tram* iiildino*, ojw and »1 roT»m»nti, altuated on FouiU it,, with neoeuary bulldin«i n*ai t»blifor«iT»nr. ^ iad profitable bualoeu prop- t, oooupled by good and rlok reddenct, i toourtalul oiii OB Miy term. jlu!i«at ttifi (unoUOD of Bout u4 OttfrfBtutf profHtrty. DMt building (out la HnpWrttowo , cor, 4th ind COwry tt*. » p«rf*ot. M* roof rMldraM, No. £••1? Unu, JJ, ntftai; .prop** In | I.MO iontblUnU, |Ltni «• tor 0n*-atu toe pur- ; buildiBg iultftbU tor itor* oi '-at MUM Bttr tn* B*W brloi tt or Cow 81*000, OPFMIU an |on« as hln command was located near the Johnnon pluoe. He ul8i> used to Hinoke Johnaon'H fine clgurs und en- Joy Johrnuirii hospltullty In many other ways. Mistaking It fur medicine, Mrs. Margaret .HJeaalnger of Andumun, Ind., drunk silver nnllMli ujut died The Sur« La Urippe Cure. There U uo uae suffering from thla dreadful malady, K you; will only get the right remedy. You are having piiin all through your body, year liver ii out ot order, have no appetite, no life or ambition, have a bad oold, in fact are completely uaed up. Electric Bitters la the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief. They •ot directly on your Liver, Stomach •nd Kidneyi, tone up the whole eyv tern and make you feel like a new being. They are guaranteed to oure or price refunded. For sale at B. March's drug ttore, only Kf per bottle. A UttliBmin*, or » stubborn oold, or a deep-seated oouflli can be cured for good with Dr. BelPs Pine-Tar-Honey. Thla famous nmedy, taken to time, will stop the 5.17M, B.10 . .. 5.37V4 6.3214 , Produce: Hutter —Extra creameries, l!)@I!>Vir per tb; extra dairies, 16® 17c; fresh packing stock, lligillic. Eggs —Fresh stock, 21 V 2 per dozen. Dressed Poultry—Turkeys, 9@llc per Ib; chlck- cna, 6(8>GVic; ducks, 6<8!7c; geese, 6©7o per tb. Potatoes—Common to choice, 28@36c per bu. Sweet Potatoes—Illinois, 75©$1.50 per lib!. Apples—Common to fancy, $2.00ig!3.7u per bbl. Cranberries—Wisconsin bell and bugle, $6.00 @6.00, Chicago Live .Stuck, Chicago, Dec. 16. Hogs—Estimated receipts for the day 38,000; sales ranged at $2.SO©3.30 for pigs, J3.1G03.37V4 for light, J3.20Jf3.25 for rough packing. $3.25^3.40 for mixed, and $3.304P3.J2Mi for heavy packing und shipping lots. Cattle—Estimated receipts for the day, 4,000; quotations ranged nt $5.70©6.00 Christmas beeves, »6,20ljj)5.65 choice to extra steers, $4.65© 6.10 good to choice do., $4.40@4.85 for fair to good, $4.00@>4.60 common to medium do., $3.85(^4.30 butchers' steers, $3.90©5.15 fed western steers, $2.80414.30 feeding steers, $2.004*4.00 cows, $2.60@ 4.70 heifers, $2.GO®'4.25 bulls, oxen and stags, $3.30(0)4.30 Texas steers, and $3.50 ©6.75 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs— Estimated receipts for the day, 7,000; quotations ranged at $3.10@4.25 westerns, $2.50@>4.35 natives, and $3.75fc!5.45 lambs. Kant liumtlo Llv« 8to«k. East Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 16, Dunnlnjr & Stevens, Live Stock Commission Merchants, East Hull'ulo, N. Y., quote as follows: Cattle—None here; market outlook steady. Hogs—Receipts, 40 cars; market opened steady, closing weak; Yorkers, $3.40; mediums. $3.40(f(3.45; pigs, $3.30. Sheep and Lambs —Receipts, 20 cars; best native lambs, $.50; best Canudas, $5,40; sheep steady and unchanged. 8t« L>ouU Untln* St. Louis, Dec. 16. Wheat—Higher and active; No. 2 red cash elevator, 70c; track, 71{p71Hu; December, 611 Vie; May, 70%c asked; July, C6c; No. 1 hard, WJ(ij'66c. Corn- Strong; No. 2 cash, 33c bid; December, S2V4r.; May, 33&C. Outs—Higher; No. 2 cash, 27','ic; track, 27V4c; December, 28c asked; May, 28V4o bid; No. 2 white, 2U(8 ) 2H 1 /4c. Uye— Firm; 63c. Milwaukee Grain, Milwaukee, Dec. 16. Wheat—le higher; No. 1 northern, 67V!iW68c; No. 2 spring, 66<jj'66V4c. Outs —Strong. 28'4(i)2!lc. Rye-Vic higher; No. I, 55c; No. 2. 54H4) G5'/ 4 c. Hurley- Steady; No. 2, 48Vic; sample, 4.0tf>48Vic. Uotrolt (ii'ulu. Detroit. Dec. 16. Wheat-Cash white, «ic bid; red, 680 old; December, 69c bid; May, 70V'C bid. Corn—Cash. 3tic bid. Outs—White. 8»*if. live—SG'Ke. tsueKien a Arnica salve. The best salve in the world for outa, brnlsea, aoren. ulcers, salt rhenm, fever sorea, tetter chapped handa, ohll- blalna, cornu. and all akin emptlona, and poaltively cores pllea, or no pay required. It la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale K. Mar ah. Alton and Dpper Alton $100. Dr. E. Detchon's Anti-Diuretic May be worth to you more than $100 if you have a child who soils bedding from incontinence of water during Bleep. Cures old and young alike. It arrests the trouble at once. 81. Sold by 8. H. WJBB. Druggist, 652 Second st/eet, Alton, 111. Lost. Many have lost confidence and hope aa well as health, because they have bean told their Kidney disease was Incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. The person who disturbed tha congregation last Sunday by coughing, ia requested to call and gat a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, which always gives relief. Sold by B. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Rheumatism Cured m 24 Hours. T. J. Blockmore, of Haller & Blackmore, Pittsburgh. Pa., says: "A short time since I procured a bottle of 'Mystic Cure." It got me out of the house in 24 hours. I took to my bed with rheumatism nine months ago and the "Mystic Cure" is the only medicine that did mo any good. I had five of the best physicians in the city, but I received very little relief from them. I know the "Mystic Oure" to be what it is represented aud take pleasure In recommending it to other poor sufferers." Sold by S. H. WysB, druggist, Alton. Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer because tbla great remedy can cure them all. It is a oure for the whole world of stomach weakness and Indigestion. The cure begins with the Brut dose. The relief it brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure} never disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your oure ia certain under the use of this great health-giving force. Pleasant and always safe. Bold by S. H, Wyijj. Beam the Signature of Tlw Kind Vou Have Always Bought BRONCHITIS Bronchitis is very prevalent. Ifc generally begins with a common cold, attended with cough, hoarseness, soreness of the lungs, tightness of the chest and difficulty in breathing. If not cured, it becomes dangerous- thousands die from bronchitis annually. Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best remedy for this disease ; it relieves the cough at once, eases expectoration, and cures in a few days. Dr.Bulls Cough Syrup Will promptly c oses are small nuu ple Dose recommend It. cure Bronchitis. asant to take. Doctors Price 25 cts. At all druggists. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Daniel W. Collet, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Administrator or the estate of DANIEL W. COLLET, late of the county of Madison and State of Illinois, deoeaaed, hereby gives notice that he will appear before the County Court of Madison county,at the Court House, In Edwardevllle, at the January term, on the first Monday In January next, at which time all persons bar- Ing olalms against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of baring the same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay- mnnt to the undersigned. Dated this 18th day of Nor. A. D.. 1308. ENDS JOHNSON, Administrator. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST tor a generous to Cent TRIAL SIZE. Ely's Cfeaoi Balm contains .10 cocaine, meroury noi any other Injurious drug. It is quickly absorb Gives relief at ed. once oleansoa It opens and the masal Allays ^rs. O. and H. Taphorn. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OFFICE in M'Pike Building. Cor. and end Easton ate, and 171. Phonei 138 F. SCHUSSLBR,M.I> HOMEOPATHIST lad SURGEON OFFICI AND RBS'DENCB, HOTKL MADI80I* Telephone 100. Route BEST TRAINS rro lebraska,Montana,PuptSounf PANG SUE, LAUNDRY. Laundry Work Carefully and Promptly Done. Alio but of ALTON TIME CARD Tcti and Chinese Noreltles hud. 624 But Second at. 306 State tt passages. Allays pain Heals and protects the COLD'N HEAD and Inflammation. membrane, Restores the senses of taate and amtil. Fall size 60 ote: Trial size lOo; at druggist or by mall. . , EL/ BROTHER dwlv M warren Street, N.Y. /)rs. E. C. & H. R. Lemea UPPER ALTON, ILL. OFFICE HOURS: 7 to 9 t.m; 11 to 1,8 to S p.m TELEPHONE 87. Granitoid Paving Co. W. &.H. BE1SER, Prop's. 813 East Sixth Street • Alton, III. All kinds of Granitoid Work: Sidewalks, atepi, Flooring, etc., done and the belt quail- tyof material and work guarantee*. Order* br Bill will rcotlri prompt attention. Chicago ft Alton. to£«^#M; "'- 1??8 ' trslD8W111 a u m, *fi:20 For Peoi 1 ' * 8:i ° a— <«:47 a m, *10:06 p m Mpn,!" 111 to tExoept Sunday Edmund H. Blair. Real Estate and Inturince Agent. MONEY TO LOAN. Notary Public OFFICE «OB Market at notary KUOHC. oy.r Alton Ry. * ni'gCo. C. B. ROHLAND, DENTIST, HENRY J. KLUNK, For Hoarseness. Benj. Iiigerson, of Ilutton, ind., says: he had not upokon above n whisper for months, and one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar restored his voice. It la used very largely by speakers nud singers. Sold by E. Marsh and H. II. Wysa. QffloiHowni li.B.tollin, nd II V. THIRD RRKT to o. DISCHARGES OBTAINED IN BANKRUPTCY In Short Time. Yager & Yager. Attorneys 306 Belle Street. WM ARMSTRONG. Oitler IB Cement, Lime and Wall Plaster GJionflBifl Poor Joini Time Between Alton & St. Loula. LT. Alton For St. Loula. Ar. St L Adally .......... 720am 6 Uam .^....^.-BlgljCT,; 700am.. -'- - 880am.. 9 IB am... 12 40 pm. 820>m... 415pm... 643pm... 627pm .. 6 08 pm... 820pm... , . ....C4A, dally.. BgFour, ex-Sun 780am scow? 800 am ei-San dally. ...C. 4A. dally. •••C4A, dally.. ••.C*A,dally... For Alton ... n .. 944pm .. 6Mpm • •882pm .. 7C6pm .. 6.24pm Ar Alton • 810pm 910am 8<7uo Offic* ior Weit Second Streei Veterinary Surgeon DR. D. M. MAHER. lt»b»«r« a It • r, i>«ate« in c»ahn ma»>» *aTft«», metallic ea»»», m»tol- lit at<t» cloth ra»Jt»*». tfnriul vabu S. F. CONNOR Real Estate, Insurance and Collectinf Afent. too*: Plaia Building tnd Loan Aaioolatloo ALTON, ILL. b*l»>. 1HO9. COR .THIRD AND PIA6A STB , ALTON ILI Mil It. A Narrow Etcape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada K. Hart, of Groton. 8. D. "Was taken with a bad oold which settled on my lungs; cough set In and finally terminated lu Consumption. Four doctors gave me up, saying I oou'd live but a short time. I gave myself up to my savior, determined If I could not stay with my friends on earth, to meet my absent onea ubove. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Oougha and Oolda. I gave it a trial, took lu all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank Qod I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at B. Marsh's drug store. Regular size 60f and II. Guaranteed or price refunded. Hoarsenoii bead* On to serious Irritation ot the throat, and may end in a racking, raoping cough. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will quickly clear the throat and leave the voice clear and smooth. It is an infallible remedy for coughs aud cold* »-^all disorders of the throat and |(Ut,:, Good druggists tell It. 860, What do the Children Drink? Don't gi ve them tea or coif oy. Have you tried the m w food drink called GHAIN O? It Is delicious und nourishing and takes the since of coffee. The more Qruin-O you give the children the more health you distribute through their systems. Grain-O IB made of pure grains, and when pro- 1 *ly prepared tHHtoa like the choice t Tea of coffee Iml coals about one- tin eniucli. All grocers sell it. 16u S Dr. Wniliinih-limuui i-u, Oiiituiouiwlll run) lillno _ . llletiinik' ami llulillii • Ivl'llfH. Hubsorl'.s the minors • ulluyx tlio lu-liirik'iurjut'c, iiL't; • ••as u noultlre. nlves Inslanl re • lluf. Dr. Wllihinis'InillnnPlluOInt m mont Ixpruparocl for Pllei nml Itch Ing of Uio prlviilu purls every box I: wiirraniail. I)y driu;gl<.u. by ninll on re ~cttU and *l-0(l. W|II|SM! Prnra.. ClevolanaTOViIo Henry Meyers Butcher and Packer Aid fcabr la Fmk ut Salt Haiti lU Lar«, aid aaai fadimilSauin. UIUBT SECOND . - ALTON IU 0. C. C. ft St. L.-BIg pour. " WUllMT* '7im, foi Union depot Alto trains will I 'll'fM^ltPlr?" 7 ~. nr«a,<L NNYRUYAL PILLS - ROBT. M. STAMPER. REAL ESTATE, Loan and Insurance Agent, Mi BBLLB STKBBT. Money to Loan on Improved RENTS COLLECTED, Burlington Route. 1 "' 1888 '. Tata, will haw for Pneumonia. Dr. J, O. Bishop, of Agnaw, Mich., says. "I Imvu uued Foiey's llonoy and Tar lu tl<ree very severe oases of pneumonia the unxt mouth with uond results. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wysa. CASTORIA For lufauti and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought •MM tbt i\lb A MAN rAULBTS POfllTIVKLY OHKU *£"iH«* "qS 'udflaoC rM lunlu i» For. ill by B. M THROUGH SERVICE - BETWEEN — — ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY ANO THI PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. WUIERIOFFETSUEPEM >.-.••.!• ANO nmi i;jinui FREE RECLINING Km emit CMS DINING STATIONS OPERATIP 1Y TH« COMPANY SUPERIOR MEALS, T. M. LONG Civil Engineer and Surveyor Map* Profile! and Bttlmate Furolibed. log Boll. Strut, Up SUIri. Le»re Alton fi 60 am o 710am 800 am 1008am 1280pm Uidpm 245pm 4«pm L, Liire St. 74lam 811am 1020am H DO am 800 Dm SMpm tflpm 7COpm (Suburban service) _ D«lly D*|ly ei-8un Sunday only Dally «• Sun ^ i D.|ly Dilly ex-Suu Dally ei.Sun Arrive St. L 640 am 754am 865am 1100am 1 80pm 140pm 640pm S20pm Arrlre AHoj „ 8W»m 11 IS am 48 pm QJ 840p5 St. L, K. ft N. W. Through lerrtoi. Jam€i Parker. Chas A. Strittmatter Merchant Tailor. 7»4 BA3T BfiCOND AYKem OMUMUB wko ippriolati tnt-olui, u> TAILOR MADE aOTHES, -At- • • MODERATE PRICES, TOO If! iBTttf 4 to Mil IB* MMtto* •} NEW STOCK OP GOODS Stat "»0 St. ISt.L. o, *0«,P. Ry.) A,?" ind ,»« erN » T - »». tm, iriioi will U ti Alton M followi i or Lure Alton, J°-M|W UiTilt. Lottli ArrlTi 81, L. "'a** ArrtTi Aiwa J;67 JS

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