Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 20, 1898 · Page 4
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, December 20, 1898
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To Business Men: Let the Telegraph 5how What it Can do to Bring Customers to Your Store and Bigger Balance to Your Bank Account The public -srbools tftKh »J- tnost every fc titfwtj branch of *to<ly but th- oat mott ' Important branch of *H, Wbstdow it profit foot «m / »- if be h*» an in(t!- f—-f lecilikea.Vewton. "/-ami isirftiullf an > Admiral Cricbtoo, jif be has a weak • and pnny . body ."»nd not !be re- tmrtett ide« of how to car* for fail health? A ; boy « b o n 1 d b* - tanjrht from tire »tart that bin health i* hi» mo* preciotu «id<nr. ment Without health, all the Ultnt, all tbe etatas, «ad all t&e ambition in ib* worla ire worthlewi. A boy *baaM b? ttngbt that »ncc«Hi in atir wm!k of life, tb*t fctppioOB, and life itodf. art dependent •poo his tare of hi* health. When * man f«l» that he U losing hia health And rigor, when hli cheeks no longer (tow, his ft«p i« so longer elastic and the (jmUe of health U no longer in fain eye*, b« »b«mld work lew, re«t more an«l raort to the right temtdj to mrtore hU bodily •vffe*. Dr. Pierce '* GoM*n Medical Discover* is * natural medicine—a acientif- ic medicine. It doe* no violence to nature. It work* with and rt'A against nature. It promote* the natural p_roe« we» of jecretioe And ejwtetion. It impart"! Titality and power to the who!e nyMem. It sires ttlftinptteM «»d tolof f lh< cheeks, uparkle to the eye*, steadinen to the nerre*, •treocfb to the mane)** and the animation of health to the whole body. It make.« the appetite keen and hearty. It i» !be great Mood-maker, flesh builder and nerve-tonic and restorative. Medicine dealer* «eil it •ad bare abwloteiy nothing «l«e "joM M fOOd." •• I WM afflicted with pimpie* and boJta. and ramie* nom oo face ind neck." wrtt« Robert a Vert, BM,, of No 615 Gan<n«r *«•.. CoJora- bta. ChloT^' J to* Dr. Pi<rrrf-» rfoMoi Mtrfkal Dilcoveryand 'PIe«ant Prilrti," and ms cured." Constipation is the commonest beginrsinj tnd first catue of many serious di*ca«s ana It (honld always be treated with Vr. Pierce'a Pleasant Pellets u»ed in connection with the "Discovery." Tbe«eare <be moat perfect * «*tnral laiativei and permanently cure. .prmatfcw X nm-oUw u nr I^IMBik FOR SALE. Tlw Dr. Hardr propertr corner Stb asd A 4-room dwelling on BaaUm «treetbet, IxftUxlZOteet. Price fTW. 10OJ Tto msdeaoe of G«o. KlrwA OB B«D« »tr»ert; * room end butb romn; In good reMto-. The W-room fe»ldenoe ot 8. H. NIcboUOT Uuudonct. lot TOilTO feet. A ftne toojUon. jflSSt-roam tweWag U*rtl.y*> wfUJhtUi rooaj betted Sr fnrntce; la Wddtohnrn. 5*» flue lot of OvM Doyle on Staff itree* Wttb t-room frrtck - OttSFHt' w fertoa Uwawto ride ot fleoood AUoa. trwM. bttirem Utb r. B. a*nrt»B«, *« rn lmproT«m«mu. d»Sr2>le »-room brio* «««lUni[, tU *?; wtti T«U modem Impror«£e5&. rcs:psssv «!*'«»•*»• ?nx>» dwelling on State rtrwt, Prtoe (-room dwelling on Second itrot. Two flMtottoB Albjr TaVdonble"brlok dwetUng, oonur Thlra ani -^^^••^..^JSraSfjJS: dwelling * ten room dwelling m Upper Alton, «o«0 aoiluc 1 d Co«eent to notor mttmtal . ._ luc 1 feet on B»»ton itreet, weUlog wlta «* lots la Middle-' ent to notor Floe UK»«lon. A _ and boos*. 1 welling With 1 good ofltldge itroet. Prl •Sonf brick dwelling ._ lots on Fifth 'rloe, II.BOO. with 1 tot* on dwelling on William itreot. P». 5 room moom dwelling wltn flue rlrerTlftw, IFOR RENT. KB* tw» rtory brlok dwelllna with 8 room»,on BeuSrlew atenue now occupied by /. Moulton. - - on 8rd atroet with bath 'nrM. 4-room tooamenU dwelling Maw store room ana two 4-room wo With bath room! 2nd itreet near Cberrr Tne L. 3. Clawion homeitaad In Upper Alton witblO room*, bani and garden, now occupied by Mr" Ow.uVuV- Koaiowlon kiren by July 1. REAL ESTATE, , and LOAN AGENT ROOM W, P. 0. BUILDINO. VORBALB4 on Liberty street iwottory brlok modern dwelling near iVof Third and George streets, roomDwelling fcoww WU» l*rge lot on eet eouth of Twelfth ttreet, story trtne dwelling. No. Ml eut for»llOO. LotOOilV. Good street • one FAUNTLEROY GROWS UP. Tb« l.ltlle Lord of TrmVr Hrnrl nf «"i mr -* • KooO.nlI rim^rr. Little Lord Faantleroy fm§ grown op. He is quite s different yonng man .'ron tbe fate vre eifwcted bitn to i."!- Wo r« member when .Mm. Fr«i)rp« IM?f>i Boruftt T»rot9 of "Dearest" »n-1 th "Little Lat<\" «h»t ithe t'X;k m,<- >,l h *oo« »§ tbe principal fbarsrtT'f ' rtorjr. Sb« picfared him io *!;• ' loo(? yellow corln, wide whit> • and* velvet rait whiff \-,<t v<\, wore. Mticb of th«? narrativt- w»« graphical. In «ir- i;b»ptt'r tr,^"L Lord" t*ll« tbi* tmt.-Af>\a fit hit life "Once, wbfcii J was vtrr little, I vra« walking out with 'Dearest,' and the rAUSTtEBOV AS UK WAS AM IS. me a beantifol ball that bounced, acid I was carrying it, and it bounced iotu the zniridle of tbc street, where tbe carriages and borees were, and I wai eo disappointed I began to cry." Young Mr. Boroett wears neither velvet knickerbockers nor wide white collars nowadays. He is a strapping, tnoKular fellow and baa been at Harvard for five yearn. lie is taking a poet- gradoato conrm there and incidentally playing football. He is a good football player. He does not weep when tbe ball is crashed in the mad. Usually bs is on top of the ball and gets crushed and muddied too. In a recent big football game he played center on tbe varsity team dor ing tbe Jsat bait He took the place of a player who had become disabled. There was a point in the game where some one was needed to try a goal from tbe field. Tbe captain called for Burnett. Out before 15,000 people stepped tbe Little Lord Fanntleroy of other days. Hia hair was still long, bat not cnrly. It -was a muddy mop. His face was disfigured by a rubber note guard, and be- aide him Cyrano da Bergerao would have teen an Adonis. No, tbe Little Lord did not look at all pretty, but he was there for business, not looks. Swinging bis right foot, ho hit that pigskin ovoid such a lerriflo whack that it rote from the 45 yard lino and sailed clear over the top bar of the goal posts. Then bow that groat crowd yelled their approval! Even "Dearest" would have been prond of him, despite bis mnddy clothes and mop of hair. Such is the evolution of Little Lord Fauntleroy. OBERLIN'S PRESIDENT, Dr. Harrow! Choien •• the Head of Olilu'i Ulc CollcKe. Dr. John Henry Barrows, who Jiai boon chosen president of Oberlin, tbe famous Ohio college, la a well known minister and lecturer. For more than 14 year* be was pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Chicago and was also connected with the Chicago university as lecturer in tbe department of comparative religion. Dr. Uurrows is best known as tbe chief promoter of the parliament of religions held at tbo World'» fair. He is a noted student and somewhat of a traveler, having mode an extended tonr ot Asia, from which he returned about a year ago. Ho has written several books and has lectured iu many large cltiea. Dr. Harrows is of a New England family which settled iu Medina, Mich,, How fo Find Out. Fill A bottle or common g!aw with* your water and let it stand 21 hours: « a&dirnent or R«ttlirjg indicate* an DBbMltby condition of the kidney?, it it utalng your linen It fo evidence of kirjney trouble; too freqnent desire to paiM Jt or painn in the back is aMocon- vincing proof that tbe kidnftjs and bladder are out of order. W1MT TO DO. There I» comfort in the knowledge so oft«?n expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Hwarop Root, tbe great kidney remedy falnlls every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every P** 1 ol l . h . e urinary passage*. It correct* Inability to bold water and scalding pain in passing H, or bad effect* following tbe nwe of llqoor, wine or boer, and overcome* that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get op many times daring tbe night. Tbft mild and tbe extraordinary effect of Swamp Root i» *oon realized. It stand* the blgn- e»t for it* wonderful cures of tbe most distressing cajeu. If you need a medicine you should have the beet At druggists 60? or «1. You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells more about it, both sent absolutely free by mail, if you Bend your addreii to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingbamton, N. Y. When writing be sore and mention that you read this generous offer in the TELEGRAPH. TFIF, HKirr. A« TM-" «t s f- . rta RELIEF FI mm. Supplies To Be Distributed the Starving. To TCRKIItLC SfPFERINO AT HAV.l.NA. frame aweliii— ,— ---, luiSTtll oo onelot in good Ixjttlon - — njmt« tor MS per month: ice on Bute itreet on |7«Ul»$onO»k ftreet between the r B. «. trtolu, aultable tot )»M. •tro«t, bet, or w»nutw>turlng purpoeM foo«ut(!d* ot AJton - UrnYln Jersey oouutr, hilt mil* tTtlon by r«JI or rlrer. . ---------- »_ nr bulldlnfi neu pr»*Urf, '' OIH»DI» builneu ooouflti tr C rop bit. JOHN HBN1IT llARROtrg. where he was bora, Ho WUH graduated .from Olivet oollogu lu Mioblgaii iu 1807. During bis colloKO oourso bin attention wan diroctod to nioduru mid un- oleut bistory tiud literature, Hlu tlioo- logloal eduoatiou \va» reoelvud ut tbo Vqle, Uplou and Aiulover aomiuario*. ' Tba two yiinrx anocoedfug Ma yrudua- tiou from ' tbo suliools of dlviuily lio •Ue|it 111 aotivo religious und oduou- tlouul work lu KuiiHUH. His lint oliurgu wai tbo Ooiigrogutlonul church of North Tppakn, eiid bu ufturwurd proaobeii at tbe First OouKrBgutluuul ohuroli at Mo. A Narrow Eicapo. Tbwikf al words written by Mrs. Ada B. Hart, of Qroton. B. D. "Waa taken wltb a bad ooid which settled ou my lungs ; oougb set in and finally terminated In Consumption. Poor doo- tore gave me up, saying I could live but a abort time. I gave myself up to my savlor t determined if I could not stay wltb ffly Winds on earth, to meet my absept ones above. My busband was advised to jet Dr. King's New Discovery for Ooosumptiou, uougba andOoWs. I gave it a trial, took in aUeigbt bottles. It has cured me. " Dank God I am saved and now a wall and healtbv woman." Trial bottles free atBJ. Marsb'* drug store. Beguliw •!>» 60f and •!. Guaranteed or price refunded gpltnUh Official* Krnb*rzt* Montr Wlilch \V*4 KaljMrtl for (tie Mozoro Inffane .%*v- luin - Horrible .St*l« of AfTalr* Kontitt »t That IntUtutlon liy I.feutenmol Lange— 8erue* Vntn«-»«*<l at Overcrowded Tenc- Havana, Dec. 20.-—T^e d'stributlon of the relief ship Comal's cargo will begin at once under tho direction of Lieutenant l.angt of the First Louisiana volunteers. Po^d supplies to the amount of IKi tons have been landed and arrangements will be made wllh local comra.ti'.' a for distribution among th< poor of i.'d.arut. Lieutenant Lange made a lour of ihe titv to ascertain the actual condition of the necessitous poor. At the Mozoro insane asylum a horrible state ut a/fairs wax fl.srovcrtd. One lumired and twenly inraati-s,t mat-ljleil and fhowing every Flgri of starvation, are now confined Iheri'. Six mvnths ago th^re were over eight huiidr-.-<l In ;his asylum, but death and sliivjlon lave reduced Ihyir numbers to ab^ut one-S(.-ventl) of that Hgure. Kiultvzzlrd Ilir M«HCf. TJie Kpanlsh Kovarnn'eni wlthd.ew Us jrant, and although mont/y was rai.H,-.! 'or the Institution corrupt officials em- /ezzled mo.«t of It. leaving the patient* destitute. A large (|uanllty of the O>mal's food has been handed over to hem. Several tenement houses near he 1'rado, the fashionable drive of tho city, were visited. There. cro\vded In filthy rooms over livery stables, the slc-nch from which filled Ihe atmos- >lu-r«, lived more than twenty farnili- les. All kinds of sickness was found, ind lying In a corner of one room were .wo persons with yellow fever. They »ad no im-dlcal attention, were without even the common ne'.-essUles of life and, iudgltig from their condition, had but 'ew hours to live, Othor inmates were similarly destitute arid suffering from diseases bred by rtlih and hunger. Pinched and wan, they blessed the ap- <roacb of the American relief with Its lope of some alleviation of their misery. Fatal Kiplnnlon on a gteumer. Sunday morning an expl-ju:on on the ittle steamer Panita killed on« man arid fatally scalded three others. The Fanllu was at anchor In the harbor, ready to go out in the morning. Three men were »t work upon the machinery, when Chief Engineer A. B. Goer of Tampa went Into the boiler room. Goer >ad been drinking. By mistake or accident he opened a stop-cook, turning .he full pressure of steam Into pipes that had been found defective. Instantly there came a terrific explosion :hat wrecked Ihe room. Instantly kill- ng Goer. John Wllaey, assistant en- jlneer; William Green, a -fireman, and Peter Wulsh, a machinist, were so scalded that lliey are dying at the lU'lna Mercedes hospital. WINS FOIMJIVENESSTlSI WAR. Mllllunttlro Ilurilnn K«concllml to HlnHcin null Yiitinic Ilrldu. New Haven, Conn., Dec, 20.—M. C. D. Borden, the Yale Junior who renounced his chances of a fortune of 11,000,000 to marry WISH Millie Ncgbauer, a New Havr-n shop girl, bus finally become reconciled wllh his ptirenls a« a result of his war record and pathetic hospital experiences. Young Uorden's career Is highly romantic. After he secretly married Miss Negbauer he was shipped to Kurope with a Yale professor and kept there a year, while hl» bride was sent to North Dakota to get a divorce. Borden, however, WUH no sooner back from Europe lhan lie remarried the girl. After this his parents refused to receive the couple, and Borden and his wife lived last year humbly In a New York (lat on u slender Income which he possessed In his own rlKht. In May Borden unlisted wllh the rough riders and suffered wllh the soldiers during the Huntlngo campaign. He returned to New York full of fever and his wlfu nursed him back lo health In a New York hospital. Ills parents were notified, und through the efforts of his mother his father was won over und bus forgiven him. lit- bus just consenleil to receive the couple at hia lionu.-, and the united Horden family will enjoy a merry Christmas. A r»c*j;j mjciij'v.^ ;o th* Museum of thu Unlvei'Biiy 01 H!?h!:;;ir wu» iv i.-.'..j ostrich, only thirty-live days old. The bird came from Hullo Isle park, whore It was hatched In an Incubator. The Sure La urippe cure. There Is DO use suffering from this dreadful malady, If you will only get tbe right remedy. You are having pain all through your body, yeur liver Is out of order, btive no appetite. DO life or ambition, have a bad gold, In foot are completely used up. Blecti-lo Bittern Is U»o only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief. They act directly on your fJver, Stomaou and Kidneys, tone up the whole system and make yon feel like a now being. They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded. For sale at B. Marsh's drag store^qnjy60> per bottle. 9ioo. • Dr. B. Deletion's Antl-Diuretic May be worth to you more thap tioo if you have a child wbo soils bedding from Incontinence of water during sleep ; ^Oures old and young alike. It a Second to I,.-. , •• r;:::r,< Mfv M afl'-r fu kiiiir••;.- i ly 1.. .iv !<(>.•;•-, J." The 1 has i»--i MOP- . ' rlin"d t union u draft Thf '.••:rk' at •>re. ! uni'.n , il'oro, j ' do- i n the r ex- ! ih*;- J. Mount •tr,s, If In the j ' ';\-; ua' i'.tn <v>nin i ''i iri*' Aniori<ari ' f :r- Huv;ir.a p^ibur corn- i,-? n? 8 Am ic' laivc. Tbe beat, ealve in the world for cate, bralseg, nores, aleers, sait rheum, ttt- ver sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all akin eruptions, and positively carca piles, or no pay required. U la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or raoaey reformed. Price 26 cents per hox. PJI- sale B. Mareh. Alton snd Dpper Altec For Pneumonia. Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., says: "I have used Foley'a Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia tbe past month with eood respite. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. ' __ Hoarseness i^eaus On to serious irritation of the throat, and may end in a racking, rasping cough. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- Honey will quickly clear tbe throat and leave tbe voice clear and smooth. It ia an infallible remedy for coagbn snd colds and all disorders of tbo throat and lun P. Good druggists sell it. 25c. What do the Children Drink? Don't give them tea or coff ey. Have yon tried the nfw food driuk called QRAIN-O? It is delicious and nourishing and takes tbe alace of coffee. The more Grain- O you give the children the more health you distribute through ihc-ir systems. Orain-O is made of pure grains, and when properly prepared tastes like the choice grades of coffee but COM a about our - naif as much. All grocers sell it. 15c and 25c. No Humbug. Foley'a Honey and Tar does not claim to perform miracles. It does not claim to cure all canes of consumption or asthma, but it does claim to give comfort and relief it advanced stages of these diaeasea and to usually cure early stages. It is certainly worth trying by those afflicted or threatened with UIBBO dread diseases. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wysa. Be Done FOR THE DELICATE OIHL < You have tried iron and other tonics. But she keeps pak and thin. Her sallow complexion worries you. Pet- haps she has a little hacking: couch also. Her head aches f and she cannot study. Give her scon's Ennstofl The oil will feed her wasting- < body; the glycerine will soothe her cough, and the hypophos- phites will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain. » Never say you "cannot take cod-liver oil" until you have tried Scott's Emulsion. You will be obliged to change your opinion at once. Children especially become very fond of it j and infants do not know when it is added to their food. 5oc. and $1.00; ill dniggfets. SCOTT 4 BOWNE, Chemist*, Nrw Vwk. U3U IX MOUKXING. Remain* of tli« I.nte Calvin s. Jlrlce to Slate. T.lmn, O., Dec. 20.— This city was draped in mourning and business was suspended while the body of the late Calvin S. Brice lay in state. When the funeral train arrived the remains were escorted by the G. A. R. posts, Union Veterans, Elks and others to the old Brice homestead. At 9 o'clock the same solemn procession acted as escort to the First Presbyterian church, \vhere the remains were viewed by thousands, while old comrades did sentinel duty. The pallbearers were W. K. Boone, Walter B. Jiitchie, S. S. Wheeler. C. D. Crites, T. D. Robb. H. O. Holdridgfe, James B. Townsend. J. B. Yaile o£ Lima; W. 13. Hackdorn of Indianapolis. Bernard Ljiyton of Washington, and George W. Hull of Toledo. The funeral services were conducted by the pastor. Dr. Robert Thompson, at the Market Street Presbyterian church at 1 p. m., of which Senator and Mrs. Brice were members. Dr. W. O. Thompson, president of Miami university at Oxford, O.. delivered an address on "The dead as an example for young men." The rhoir was in charge of Professor Clark. Polos were sunj< by Professor J. II. Jones. Including "The Lori! Is Mindful of His Own," from Mendel«shon's oratorio "St. Paul" anil Tennyson's "Crossing tlu) Bar." At the vault in Woodlown cemetery the choir rendered "Urtvell Thy Bosom, Faithful Tomb." Owing to the large attendance of visitors on'y a small part of those In attendance gained admission to the church. There IB a Class of Feoplc who are injured by the use of coffee. Recently there has been placed In al! the grocery stores a new preparation called GBAIN-O, made of pure grains, that takes tbe place of coffee. The most delicate stomach receives it without distress, and but few can tell it from coffee. It does not cost over .',! as much. Children may drink it with great benefit. 15* and 25," per package. Try it. Ask for GHAIN O. O .A. IS -i- B«an th» _^ Ito Kind Von toe Always Bought Signature of 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 ucnieved only as tbe 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 it will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren street. New York, Jt spreads over tho membrane, is absorbed and relief is mmediate. Lost. Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health, because they have been told their Kidney disease was _ _ _ Incurable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a j Ing olRlWagainK'aald~intate are r nbtfffed~and Guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H, Wyss. Tbo porwon who disturbed tha con - grogation last Sunday by coughing, is requested to call and get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, which always gives relief. Sold by E. Mursh and 8. H, Wyss. Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masterly power of South American Nervine Tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer because this great remedy can cure j them all. It is a cure for the whole ; world of stomach weakness und iiuli- § estion. The cure begins with the rut doae. The relief is brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your cure Is certain uridnr the use or this great health-giving force. Pleasant and always safe. Sold by 8. H. Wye*. ADMINISTBATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Daniel W. Collet, deceased. The underelened having been appointed Administrator of the estate of DANIEL W. COLLET, late of the county of Madison and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear before the County Court ot Madison county,at the Court Houne, In EdwardeTllIo, at Che January term, on t&e Srst Monday In January noit, at which time all persons baring claims againa; said estate are notified and requested to attend tor tbe purpose ot baring the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 16th day ot Nor. A. D., 1888. ENDS JOHNSON, Administrator. For Hoarseness. BCF.J. Ingerson, of lluiton, ind,, says: he bud not spoken above a whisper for months, and one bottle of Foley'B Honey and Tar restored his voice. It la used very largoJy by speakers and singers. Sold by E. Marsh and S. II. Wyss. HOSUtUSNOSKlPPCBS. | NO fS»t'RIUe,«T. Boi.enonjli f-»rClwH>n. pout-paid,on receipt of 60o. uirvtliu Co., 1J Cinl.r .V . X, V. £)rs. O. and H. Taphorn. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OKPIuE in M'Pike Building. Cor. and and Easton sta. Pnones 138 and 171. Texas. • Tbe Missouri. Kansas & Texas Kail- . way Oo. will eell low rate round trip tickets on Nov. 1, 16, Deo. 0 and 30, wltb final limit of return to 21 day from date of t>ulo. AD excellent up portunlty for homcHOf korfl, tourist and Investors to view For thomaelve tbe great reBourcos of tbe Htate. Fo further loforrantlon uOdrcna Jolin L WllllamB, P, and T. Agt , 103 N. Broad way, St. Louis, Mo. A Word to tbe Wise 1s Sulflcient. Ely's Cream Balm but) complete!' cured me of catarrh whun everything else failed. -Alfred W. Htevcus, Oald well, Ohio. Ely's Oream Uiilm works like i charm; it has cured mo of the most obstinate caau ol cold In the head. 1 would not be without—Fred'k Fries, 288 Hart St., Brooklyn, N. Y. A lOo. trial slice or tbo 60c alzu of Ely's Orenm Butm will be mailed. Kept by drugglHts. Ely Brothers, 6(1 Warren St., N.Y. / fm R SCHUSSLBR,M.b HOMEOPATHIST tat SURGEON ') 'PIUB.AHD KEB'JJKNCK, HOTBL MADISON Telephone 100 Vat Kidney Troubles thgre is nothing better tban Foley't Kidney Cure, everyone wbo tMw it " ° B - M " " h A LltlleSnililo, or a stubborn cold, or a deep-seated couflli nan be cured for ^ood with Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. This famous remedy, taken In time, will stop the progress of consumption and brJug the color of health to the pallid cheek. Druggists sell it. CASTOR IA For laiants and Children, IM Kind You Hare Always Bought firs. B. C. & H. R. Lemen UPPER ALTON, ILL. OFFICE HOUR8! 7 to t a,m| 11 to 1.«to I p.ra TBLBPHONB 87. Chlcaiyt* Man Wiilinni »is nit". aivl ^viiysi' ': ':iv' li''?r!l-i! fat;i!. Iti » court th' r I« Mini * IV If,-. i. ! -i ,.-•'• T S-.,hi;- ii!' r. M rriti'-.l! <">;;.. . t in !h"> r' i;'."ii ••( »j' ^>n?' nt th-^ Al . h , nir. Time, tiy Hl« •v;'.." shut by .f thr- b<»:i!?i5 • the klrtnovsi. •:ian Kr.>!h- F.IV th" iinl mir «-.-« t Tiiinu---! to IH-o. !!>. rK. f-\h;n:,i r i--'ftif:i) !•• m,ik«- any at'-in-.-ni. .'if .'he h;v.l not r.tolmnl insf-l .«!:••• v.-as ln'<irm*-il she would n<!niilt«l (<• rail if the "•!? lition of T'l Irf'carn* better during the f of tiif <•' n:!;:uan.- ", hut she was Lieutenant Smith of the I>arraliee ittrt-et Ft.-itinn aj^f ;irt'l fvr the iwlire. Four b!i;k-ts t«'»k t-Kf < t in Srhnelder'* rlsht arm. -.vhl!.- th- fifth tanse<l the wnund whlrh may r-'sult fatally. Mrs. Prhnei-H-f. al the time nf h-r arrest. Fai'l she had t'Ctn provoked to the assault by the aluife I" which her husband tin •' subJ-TK'd her. Their domestic life bns not hern happy, and their trouble* have 1' brought up in Justice- Unflerwoi •<!'.« Jti.«t"cfi i.ourt. At thai time U \vn.s ainii ahly s-i-ltled, It wan thought, bul the trouble was renewed. New York. l>eo. 'JO.— Tho Rev. Dr. Thomas McKee, for twenty-five years rnttor of the Protestant Episcopal chun h of St. Mary the Virgin, is dead of puemonia. Dr. Brown was a leader In the ritualistic movement In the Episcopal church, his attitude eo antagonizing liisliop Potter that for a time the latter refused to confirm classes in St. Mary the Virgin's church. Dr. Brown introduced orchestral music and advocated (he elevation of the host. He Introduced the surpliced choir and altar candle's and installed a confessional. His congregation he taught to crogs themselves and kneel when pass- Ing '.lie a'.'.ar and to use holy water. PrrMilput Haiti Wagon Company Dead. Kenosha, Wis., Dec. 20.— Edward Pain, preMdi-'nt of the Hain Wagon company, died from heart trouble at Pasadena, Cal. Mr. Bain was rated as one of the richest men fn southern Wisconsin. WHOOPING COUGH One of the most distressing sights, is to see a child almost clicking with the dreadful \vhooping-cough. Give the child Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the greatest pulmonary remedy, and relief will come at once, the coughing spells will re-occur less frequently, and, in a few days, the suflerer will be entirely cured. No other remedy can boast of so many cures. Br.BulIs Cough Syrup Cures Whooping-Cough quickly. Doses are small and pleasant to take. Doctors recommend it. fricc as c!3. At all dniggisU. ulluys tbc iicbiiit,* at uui-c, acts us u puuliu.e. rues Inststn re- lie/. Dr. WiJ.tarns'Jmli.inl' ment i« prepared for I'lic-* and Iieb Ing of the private jmris Every box iy warvtintefl. Hy Uru^gist.,. hy ui:ktl oc receipt of price. 50 cents aoU *I.ou. WILLIAMS «1NIIF«CT!IRIHF nn 1'roD^. Cleveland. Ohio HENRY J. KLUNK, mobc coffin*, metallic ca»**>,tn»ial. IU atib tloth ca*kct«. #u>Hul tob»t 919 gtniB »tr»»t. BXY'B CBEAM BALM Isaposltireenre. Apply Into the nottrllv Jt Is qnlekly absorbed. N ccgta at Drpi-Klsts or by null; samples lOc. by mall. ELY UKOTlJElifl. U Warren St.>NowTorkOUT. uu]aD«l I>i0y Genuine. 1»A7* Itillble. LAPICB wk fcr ChhkMerr k',,olu Iu Ul*4 A04 Cuftt wkb tin* ribbon. Tftko &oothtr fiR. C. B. ROHLAND, DENTIST, i Hoars; >».». to lit m, nd t to It W. THIRD RKBT P. i. DISCHARGES OBTAINED IN BANKRUPTCY In Short Time. • Yager & Yager. Attorneys 300 Belle Street. MADE: ME A MAN IKWITIVKU OUKJ • «MMh-V«IHll|| HUI «MWI*M,M«..«iaMkl THROUGH SERVICE -BETWEEN —— ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND THK .^ PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. WUIER BUFFET SLEEPUt ~~' v " AN0 " -i ^™*'" FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR OARJ For Infants and Children. The Kind You - Have Always Bought Signature Bconwtes'Dn|esUon,Chcetful- nessandHest.Contfllns ncllho 1 . Opium,>lorphinc nor^lineral. MOT NARCOTIC. The Kind Have Always Bought. A Apcrfect Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stonuch.Dtarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish 5 ness andLoss OF SLEEP. TRAINS Neteka.Monlana.PugetSounf 1 WM ARMSTRONG. Dealer Ic Cement, Lime and Wall Plaster Prides to meet competition. Goods delivered, elephone Id- Office 107 Wett Second Street ALTON TIME JARD Veterinary Surgeon DR. D. M. MA HER. Ontario Vetarr.Iary College OTer The liodel >tcre Offio COR .THIRD AND PIABA RTK . >LTON ID Henry Meyers Butcher and Packer Ad tufa Im Fntk nd Salt Metis aid UN, es4 tun Isxtesrel&Msti*. l» BASTnCOKD • • ALTON IU PANQ SUE, LAUNDRY. Laundry Work Carefully and Promptly Done. Alto b*tt e( T*M and Chlneie Norelttes on hAD4. *24 But Second at. . 3M State ti Claogo ft Alton,, On and after noon Aug. 14, ISM. leave Un ou Depot, Alton.u - - ' For CWo»go,North «nd r »m, *8:47am, *10:06pm. For Sprtngflcld—*12:33 t m, For Peorla—^:«'a n?,™IO:OSp m - "" ' fe*t~+ ;47 * train* will ^ , "6:10 . trains between Alton and Ubl»for Granitoid Paving Co. W. &,H. BEISER, Prop's. 813 But Sixth Street • Alton, III. All kind* ot Granitoid Work: Sidewalks, Step*, Flooring, etc,, done and the best quail tyof Biterltl and work guaranteed Order* br Bdi will rewlTn pr^met attintlen Edmund H. Blair. Real Estate ind loiaraace Agent. MONEY TO LOAN. Notarr Public nocary r UDIIC. 808pm 840pm 800pm 1131pm WC A A *Bd ,,„ Upper Alton to»£? rerea, are good oo tratna regularly Mileage ticket* « AUKsa A«wt OFFICE »05 Market >t iii'gCo ROBT. M. STAMPER. REAL ESTATE, Loan and Insurance Agent, MS BBLLB ameer. Money to Ltuui on /0pn>r0tf HINTS COLLBCTBD. (M J BuiUngtpn Route/ W,l T. M. LONQ Civil Engineer and Surveyor Map* Profiles and Bitlipate Purnlibed. jog B«ll« ftraet, UD Atoln. Chas A. Sfrlttmatter AUrcbant Tailor. 7*4 8A»T VBCOND 6TRC61 wa*t, dUI/S ua ua s Ot p«. C. B. *. Q. (Ridg, „ whe TAILOR MADE CLOTHES '" '' : ." -.Al* •''.•.•' MODERATE PRICE5, Tou are l«r|t*4 to riti tnd sttoilii* ai NfiW STOCK OF

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