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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, December 24, 1898
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Encouraging Words for Other*. wratitude for the benefit received from Dr. Miles' Nerv- ine prompts me to write, that others may learn of the efficacy of this grand medicine. I suffered extreme nervous exhaustion,which rendered me unable to work. My nerves seemed to be 'on edge* and I had much lassitude. I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and steadily Improved and now am enjoying good health. Mra. Rev. F. M. Lacy, Fortvllle. Ind. OR. MILES' "" is sold by all drtiijBisls on guarantee, first bottle bcncliis or money back, Book on huarl nnd nerves sent free. Or. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind Alton Conservator} Eighth Ycnr. Third term. fee. Is). Mnilc, Art, Elocution. Delnartc and Special Studies. Miss Alice B. Marsh, Voice nnd Piano. Seminary street, Upper Alton, 5ecand and Alby , t ,., Alton, III. flendfor Catalogue. S hurtleti School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTQN, ILL, W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. First term begins Sept. 22nd. 18M. For oonne la Instrumental and Vocal Muilo, Kloou- tlon and Palntlnr- Bend (or oaulogu* r ^ All WOMEN til the pain •ndalcknessfrom •which woman •uffer Is caused by weakneta or der»nj;«m«rrt In th* organs of menstruation.! Nearly always! when a woman Is not well these organs are affected. But when they are Wrong and healthy a woman b very seldom sick. Is nature's provtaton for the regulation of the menitrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It b equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with domestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need It. They are all beneiltted by it. For adrlca In cues requiring special directions, address, giving aympuma, the"L»dlea t Advltpry Department, 1 ' The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Cnatta- Moga,T<na. ,lH6lh I. COOPER. Tdptto, HIM., tey*l "My titter «nlter»d (rom very Irregular and painful ninitruatlon and doctor* Muldnet relieve her. Win* *l Caidri 1 Levl DaTls, Solicitor for Compl'ts. MASTER'S tJALE. State of Illinois, county of Madison, SH. In the Circuit Court, October term, A. O, 1W8. Albert Wade, Mary 8. Wado, Samuel Wad and Caroline B. Wade, v» Henry C Priest Junes W. Pennlngton, Jacob Magulro. Cliurle Hook and Tbomaa DImmook. In Chancery Partition. Notice lu hereby given that by virtue of a do oree of said court, made at tho October torm A. !>•> 1808, In tho above entitled naUHO tha undersigned, Master In Clmncvry of Bal court, wll sell at publlo venduo to ihehlghou and beat bidder, (or cash In hand, on TUESDAY, THE THIRD DAY OF JANUARY A. D., 1890, at tbe hour ot ton o'clock a. m., (at Ute north (root door ot the City Hall building In the oily o Alton, the following described real estate, altu ated In the county of Madison and Stalo of 1111 noil, to-wlt i The south half of lot No. eight (S), In blook No. twelve (1U,) Alton City Proper, In the city of Alton, county of Mudlnon and State of Illl ools. Also the west forty-two and ono half (121/2 feet of lot No. all (0) In blook No. twelve (12) Alton City Proper, In tho city of Alton, oounty otMadieon, nnd State of Illinois. M.^ ^ Alao blook No. thirty-tour (at) In the town of Montloello, county of Madluon and State of tlllaole. Except tho railroad rights of way through said block. Upon compliance with (ho above terms and the approval of the master's report of sale by the court a deed or deeds will be executed b] the undemlgued In conformity with said dt oroe. JOHN P. MoGINNIB, '-•• Mautor In Chancery. HOTEL MADISON, A- L. DANIELS, Proprietor. 8*000* and Raiton m. Allen, III M. MAHONEY, NSUKANCE AND REAL ESTATE jTwo-ftory aouble brlok dwelllDg 10 room* r jfj»tt »»at uce it M*to itrnt. Big Gumtr i-room frame 4w«|llu on Bluff r IMwardar lie Oiroaslu, brtM twuUDf, cor ii ao4 of BrUhtOD BV THB TELEGRAPH PRINTING COflPANV. SATURDAY EVE., BEU. 24, NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Vor lli* VAM ittt we shall charge the follow* ntmJffo?wwilent "tloe? In our local col- Bmn " MR UKI. Single Insertion, 'J °«°'J' rhree to flre IneertlonB ' „-„[, ill to twelTelneertloue 6 oenM - JWTlSOr ADTIRT1SIWO. TlUMiriMT.-W cenM per Inch ftnit Insertion, and is"cents per Inch for eoob imbsequent Inter- "«'perlnohnr»t month, 11.60 per Inch e»oh month thereafter. tlOAt ADTtHTIBIKO It per Inch for the flret Insertion, and 50 cents er food for each subsequent Ineertlon. How to Do It. If you want to rent homos or roorrui, If you w»nt to noil anything, If you want to nnd any lost artlolo, Advertise In the Telegraph. Personal. MM. J. W. Hopklas and children are vieitlng at the home of Mr. Wffl. Hns- hlnflon. Mrs. John T. MoOlnre went to SprinRBeld today to spend Christmas with relatives. DImmook Borgess has been connnod to his home for several weeks by a quite painful Illness. Miss Bertha Uorsey went to Oarlin- vllle today to spend the Christmas holidays. Mr. P. L. Belts is home to spend Christmas with bis family. Hon. T. 8. Chapman, of Jersey viHe, was In Alton today.' Irwin Kerr arrived home from Chicago today to spend Christmas with lie parents. Mr. Howard Allen, who is attending Yale college, is home for the holidays. Mrs. Ohas. Meyers, of Qlllesplo, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Mo- OolluBi Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey fuel Co. They have moved to 314 ?lasa street. THE English government has never shown so great activity in the building of wnrehipB as at present. It has iuet ordered four more war vessels to De built on the Clyde. This is England's answer to the Czar's peace overtures. The old lion across tno eon IB not to bo caught napping by the peaceful greetings of the northern tieor. MAYOK Harrison, of Chicago, and ex-Gov. Altgeld have declared war. The machine the Governor controlled so long has turned against him, and be now proposes to fight the machine and its boss—Mayor Harrison. Republicans will be amiable, and from their peroh In the forke of the tree the antagonists by will encourage shouting: "Go it Governor! Mayor! Make the fur fly." Go it IP reports from Washington are correct, Andrew Carnegie is the only man in the United States whom Pres ident McKinley has found it neces sary to turn out of doors. Carnegie Is so rabidly opposed to keeping the Philippines that ho is charitably supposed not to be conscious of bow boorish hla conduct is. He was in Washington recently and acted so otrargely as to give rise to much comment. He called at the White House to protest against the holding of the Philippines, but assumed such a dictatorial manner as to arouse the Ire of the President. A member of the cabinet '.a authority for the state ment that President MoKinley resent ed Mr. Carnegie's impertinence with out mincing words and as good as chowed the visitor the door of the White House. In describing the manner of Mr. Carnegie, the cabinet member said be acted like a man who was "flighty." Others who came in contact with Mr. Carnegie during that visit to Washington got a similar impression. • Democracy and Expansion. There are many exponents Democracy now-a-days. These exponents tell us what Jefferson would have done if living. One class claim him as an out-and-out expansionist Another class impale to the eage o Democracy exactly the opposite views. Vest, Bryan and Bailey are anti-expansionists, and they tell u they a e Jefleraonian Democrats and ttat i111 Tom would now be with them if he was not engaged in a bet ter work and in better company than he would find at present in the Demo oratio party. The e tpansion Democrats take th< other vleWi and say they are so much of Jeftersonlan Democrats that they (when they leave this world) expec to go straight to Jefferson's bosom and enjoy his society forever. Among the latter class is the Waco (Texas 3'tjnen Herald, one of the most ably edited, wide-awake and- progressive papers in the South. It doen not be lieve In Joe Bailey so unquestionably as to swallow all he says without sal or sifting. In ito issue of last Sunday the Timen-Harnld speaks thus of ex puuoion and the good company It is in: The Times-Herald desires to keep In line on tola question (expansion) with the traditions and practices of the Democratic party. It has always been the bouat of the Democracy that it had added every foot of territory to the thirteen States with the excejj tion of frozen Alaska. We have rib dealro to inculcate a different brand of Democracy than that practice by Jefferson, Mudl son, Jackson and Polk in the dayu when territory was being added to the country under democratic auspices. We believe that if it was right proper, justifiable and coustitutlona for Florida, Louisiana, Texas, the Mexican acquisition and the Gadsden purchase to be added to this realm, that It is equally BO for Porto Rico and the Philippines to be added. There you are, on the expansion question: Democracy vs. Damooraoj] Who is right? However, it makes little difference to Republicans wheth er the fathers of the country and the fathers of the prrty, I luoolu, Sewart'j Chase, Grant, and others, were expan sionUts or not. They have gone to their rewards. Another generation la reaponaible for the nation's weal or woe, and that generation must decide what is beat to be done. Whether to haul down the flax and retire from a laud whose government our fleet and army baa destroyed, leaving the half tilvlllzed inhabitants to anarchy, pll- age w»d chaos, and a prey to other (overnmenta; or to follow the exam- jle of that broad-minded, wlao and agaoious statesman, now President of the Republic, Wm. McKinley, whose name will go down to posterity along* tide of Lincoln's, Grant's, and other treat men, and organise a govern- nenc, free and enlightened, to educate, olvillae and protect the people wboie government we have destroyed? ,_ Itliaaldtbat the soldiers who bod taken flood's Sarsaparllla stood the marches in Outm much better the other*. shave, hot and cold bath ' Notice. Pioperty owners along the line of Ridge and Fifth street paving, wlsh- ng to save interest, are requested to settle for the paving on or before Monday, Deo. 28. 1898. L. J. HAHTMAN, Oomp Automatic Sewing Machine $35. Never sold for less than -565 to 890. Latest Improved. Did you ever see a ady who used an Automatic that would use any other? Gall and see them at Hapgood Plow Co. A pretty atomizer, and some sweet perfumes would do.— Paul Bros., ., Henry street. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 Piasa at Try Noiningor'B Magnolia and new Improved Fig. Scott is the busiest tailor in town. Small Pox and all other contagious diseases have no terror for those wearing a magic medicated disc, for adults and children; price 25 • cents by mall. Agents wanted.—The Sennete Co., Alton, III. Dorsey *'nei Co. have left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piasa street. Give them a call. Go to M. Moritz's for your collars, 16)», two for 2C*, for your cuffs, 25^ per pair. The best for the money. The Pope In Excellent Health. Rome, Dec. 24.—The pope at the reception of the Christmas greetings of the cardinals and other prelates ap peared to he In excellent health. Replying to their congratulations he referred to the "Sinister events of 1808.' and said It was high time the governments of Europe united to stop "unheard of outrages and savage exterminations." But, the pontiff added this could not be stopped until "the fear of God. the basis of all morality IB revived In the conscience of the people and becomes the guiding principle of the organization of states." Look* Like Mnnl«r uiul Anton. Loraln, O.. Dec. 24.—Jcjhn Dalton's restaurant and boarding house burned There were several boarders In the house, all escaping except John Rlgo, a man whose home was In Chicago. remains were found after the fire hac been extinguished and the condition o the body l» such as to lead to the belief of murder and the firing of the build- Ing to cover the crime. Three man are under arrest suspected of being connected with the plot. Siillan'H Alclw-cSe Cump Murdered. Constantinople, Dec. 24.—Ohnni Bey the sultan's ald-de-camp, was mur dereil by llafuz Fauna In a quarre which took place at a pastry cook's shop. Ghiinl Hey became notorious owing to hla lawless proceedings In Eplrus. He also Inspired terror hen by extorting money under threats o death. The olTk'lalu of the foreign em bassles have frequently demanded thi punishment of Gharil Hey. but alwayi unsuccessfully. Mrs, Iliilkln on this Stand. Son Francisco, Dec. 24.—Mrs. Cordelia Botkln \vus on the witness aland In h" own defense. She emphatically denlec that she wrote anonymous letters sen Mm. Dunning ur that she mailed tin candy which caused the death of Mrs Dunning and her sister, Mrs. Deane Yet she denied that she purchased tin handkerchief sent Mrs. Dunnlng's lit tie daughter or that she purchased any candy at Haas' store from which th candy came. The Kansas legislature met and hean Governor Leedy's message. He urgei legislation affecting railroad, telegrapl and express companies. Governor Adams of Colorado BUS pended Dr. T. P. Tliomlm, superintend ent of t-he state insane asylum, and wll order an Investigation at the request o Dr. Thonibs. No continuation has been received o the report saying that a powder maga zlne In the center of the Chinese camp at Hang-Chow had exploded and klllei 3,000 soldiers. MiKe l-ltMmt/sypy, a wealthy mine Own er, and John U'Conn.'ll burned lo death In u cabin at Cruwn Hill, a few mile from Deadwood, s. D. John Ki'rrlKiin and Walter H. Hoi brook wi'i-u kllli'tl In a collision bc>tweni clectrli! cars In r.i.'UvBU-r, Mass., am several other passengers were danger ously hurt. Woman's Friend The Great Medicine that Gives Nerve Strength Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes the Blood Rich and Pure, Creates an Appetlto and Restores Health, Vigor and Vitality. "I feel that 1 ought to write a tow worda In praiae of Hood's baruupurilln, which has done great things for mo. was lu a delicate condition and WUH Hick at my atoumch aud constipated. I tried remedies highly recommended for fcmmlo weaknesses, but the medicines brought on other troubles. I was BO weak I could not attend to my household dutk'B, and I than determined to try Hood's Bar Mparilla. After I hud taken this medicine B short tlnio I began to gain strength. Grew Stronger Each Day until I WHB able to work ell day wltbout any inconvenience. I have taken Hood's Pills for constipation, and I am better today than I bavo been for five years Since taking Hood's Bamaparllla and Hood's Pills I feel rested in the morning. I am less nervous and am suro I have richer and purer blood. I have always been bothered with scrofula, but now I am rid of It. liuforo my last child was born I took Hood's Bareaparllla, aud my girl baby was fat and strong, while my other child was not well and lived to bo only two years old." MBS. B. V, DUAL, Box 410, Missouri Vulley, Iowa. Is ttw best-In fuel tlw Onu True Blood 1'urlflor. ar« purely Y«J( etablu, 0*1 «• full/ |»wpw»4, U «euti Last Day to \rnas! Don't dolny another minute in making your selections for Xmas rom our two beautiful stocks. Remember you can (incl something suitable for everybody at noppt's ;HINA STORE, 110 West 3d si. TOY STORE, 317 Belle st. UPPER ALTON. Prof, and Mrs. II. 0. Tllton, of Oroe Springs, 111., are the guests of Mr. and Mro. E B. Tiltoii. Mrs. Mary A. Killfer has returned to her homo In Muttoon, after a slior visit with Miss Dida Olougn. Prof, and Mrs. V. L. Duke have gone to Monmouth to spend the holidays with Mr. Duke's parents. Mr. Lathy Yerkes, who had been at' tending school at Denison University Qranville, Ohio, is home for the noli days. II. W. Stroud, of Kane, is visiting his family here. E. L. James left today for Litoh Held. . Miss Lillio Fullager, of Chicago, i visiting Mise Anna Still. Dr. A. K. Barnett went to Jersey ville last night to spend Sunday. Mr. Tracy Thomas arrived here from Prescott, Ark., last night, t spend Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. T P. Yerkes. He brought with him hi dog "Queen," a handsome full bloodei St. Bernard, whose mother was re cently sold to one of the Goulds fo $10,000. Mrs. Mary Murphy and daughters Misses Agatha and Lauretta, are vis iting in St. Louis. The Eastern Star hold its annua election of officers lust night at th Masonic lodge rooms. Mlsa Matti Gray was elucted Worthy Matron. Mr. 0. E. Ohambiin, of Peoria, i the guest of Dr. at;d Mrs. T. Yerkes. The pupils of the public school gav a Christmas cantata, "A Present fo Santa Olaus," at. the assembly room yesterday after. Quite a number c parents and friends were presenl The children .all went through thei parts nicely and some of the costume were very pretty. A number of lit tie girls dressed as fairies attractec much admiration. Tho entertainmen was a cre-Jit to the teachers who hai it in charge. The Methodist church was filled t< the doora Friday night on the occa sion of its annual carnival given ti the children of the Sabbath school The program of the evening consists! of "The Christmas Bazaar" a cantat by the classes of the school.*The mos pleasing number, however, was tha contributed by Rev. J.O. Largo's clas of young men. Rev. Large reai Longfellow's poern"The Three Kings while the members of the class dress ed to represent the characters ap peared on the platform and acted ou the poem. Several young ladies in the costume of the Orient and carry ing watering jugs on their heads re presented the women at the well. A the close of the program Santa Olau in his fura and bells came galloping i to the delight of the little ones, an proceeded to distribute bis Ohristma treat. Coal, Hard or soft coal at E. J. Lockyer Office at quarries. Telephone 1594 for Rent. My 7-room house in Middletown Steam heat.—U. S. Nixon. Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of the Earth," #4.00. ALTON ROLLER MILLING (Jo, Qo to M. Moritz's for your wiiite headwoar. The largest stock an 1 alctt styes. Hard and Soft Coat. Delivered to any part of the city Telephone 213. WM, FKUSB. List of lottoi-H uncalled (or at Alton postofflc for tho week ending Doc. 21, 18US. Persons calling for th<3H« loUuru will pUms eay they aro advertised. W. T. NUKTON, P. M Bahoock, C II Mr MclCoo, r Baker, W 11 13w| Molilroy, K L Mr linrko, Pinoknoy M Patrick, T W Bvor, Hurry MM I'liyno, Jennie Miss Forsyth, M M Mrs ItoK.ini, Aline J Mr« Foraiioo, Julia A Miss Uu..dlen, Jamus Mrs Fillor, George Mr—2 Kiitledgu, 1) f Mra Hopkins, Hello Minn Sclhen, Noun Mr Jastor, John Mr T»vl«r, HAlii'lnaii Mm Merritt, Kd Mr—3 Whlti'ord, J M Mrs Mlntcln, William Mr Wilson, Frank Froab Baltimore oysters, cranber riea and celery just received at Stan ton & Yeakel'8, 2nd and Market. The only place to buy UillospieOoa IB 314 Pinsa street.—Doraoy Fuel Co. Buy "LaBelle The beat, 94.00. Lindley& Dickinson, iientlatB, Na bett bldg., opp. City Building. for Kent. Throe room dwelling with cellar No. 424 East Fourteenth street. Ap ply to Wm. Sountag. There IB a Class of i eoplc who are injured by tho use of ooffee. Recently there hua beot> placed in al the grocery Btores a new preparation called GRAIN O, made of pure grains that takes the place of colfou. The most delicate atouiaoh receives it without distress, aud but few can tell It (rom coffee. It dooa not cost over (, aa much. Children may drink It with (treat beneut. W and 26? per package, Try it. Auk for GRAIN O. A Giant Nerve Builder. The Myatlo Life Rencwer IB the moat powerful nerve builder known. It absolutely OUTPB all forma of nervous dlsoasea and weakueatiea no mat- .•r bow aggravated or of how long duration, suuli aa neuralgU, uervoun prostration, uorvoua pm-oxysuia, Bo. Vltua' dftiioe. palpitation of the heart, physical and mental weakness, debit(y of old age, etc. Bold by 8. Jl. M, Druggitt, Alton. Chrlitmas Morn. .ong ago the swoot roloea of aniruls vtra sing- ml imto'tho world thoglaJ tMlngs wore bring' 1R ' "Aflsvlonr Isborn." ow on tholrknpm t!io cuttle were falling, 'honrnnotolllmwlthoo Mr-sued acalllnu; Hall! Chrlstmnn morn nwn upon th,- BhophordR 1 hi»«d bright nnd shlnlnij light wan "I""'. Dazzling tho pyo ai-h heart wan iiuli-kly lllli'd with four, intli the incHsnKn wan brought n^nr By nnKfls from tin, fky. nd heavenly host* flll«d the sky Vltli ewcctcst niudlc from on nigh, Hinging "Peace on K^rili. irigbt glowed the'heavens wl'-h Bethlehem's star .oHiIluK the wise men on from afar To wolroir.o Ills birth. Iplrhor, thr- Arabian, brought his offering of n whf °t!'.' w ! nnd tho bubo's sovereignty Is told- , , Our KlnR, our L n r.I. ,H lyplonl of human life Balthazar brought n tho^ranklnconno l>y Caspar, Hln divinity, Messiah, Thy namo be adored. '(trough eyes of faith can wo not era •hi) some bright atar leading on to fhec, Saviour Divine? 'lion let our voloei with one acc'Td Swell In anthems to Thee, our precious Lord. All glory Thine. Oh I may that star ot brightest rivys Shine down on our declining dayi Our faith totnoroane. Until at last, with totters free, Wo llnd ourselves at home with Thee. Kmanuoll "Prince of Pear-" UNA V. "-"• Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," 84.00. ALTON HOLLKK MILLING Co. Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d st Mond broken dishes with "Olimnx' Glue Cement. (Drupgists and grocers Othitfclr ViNRTAnn SECOND BAPTIST Cni'ncn—8. S. at 3p.m. All are cordially Invited to attend. O 3. Ijonlngs, Supt. 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 Cmmcn—Corner Seventh and George sts. Hov. J. 11. Barton. Preaching at 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p.m. 8.8. at 3 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Rov. H. K. Sanborne, pastor. Divine sen-Ices at 10:15 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. 8. S. at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. moots at 0:30 p. m. CAMPBELL CHAPEL A. M E. CHURCH—J. M. Wllkerson,pastor. Preaching at ll:45a. in. by the pastor. S. 8. at 2:30 p. m. Sacred concert at 7:30 p. m. Old folks concert Monday evening. WASHINGTON ST. M.E. CBUBCH—Joaiah Abel J astor. Sunday—9:30 a. m., Junior League, orvloes at 10:80 a.m.. and 7:30 p. m. 2:30 p m., S. S. 6:30 p. m, Epworth League. Thurs day—7:30p. m., Prayer mooting, EvANdELtOALCnURcn—Cor. Eighth and Henry ate. Rov. Wm. Haokmann, pastor. Preaching at 10.30 a. m. Holy Communion after morning services. S. S. at 9 a.m. Evening Christmas festival. Teachers' mooting Friday, at 8 p. m UNITARIAN CHUKCH.—Cor. Third and Alby sts Rev. Goo. R. Gobauer, pastor. Children's sorvlceat 0:45n.m; sermon; "The Vision o tho Knight." Service for adults at 10:45 a.m. sermon, "No Room In tho'Inn." Seats fre« GEBMANM. E. CIUJHCH.—Rov. Chas.IIeldol E afltor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p m y tho pastor. 8. S. at 9:30 a. m. Young peo pie's meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs day at 7:30 p. m Teachers' mooting Friday a 7:30 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— Corner Sixth an Henry streets. Rev. J. H. J. Rice, pastor 8. S. at 9:30 a. m. Preaching Sorvlces at 10:4 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor a 0:30 p.m. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Praye meeting at 7:45 Thursday evening. W. C. T. U.—Tho Woman's Christian Tom peranco Union meetings, are held the first an third Tuesdays of the month at 3:30 o'clock i tho Y. M. C. A. Chapel. All meetings are ope to visitors and friends of humanity are cordl ally Invited to attend. BAPTIST CHURCH.— Rev. M. W. Twlng, pas tor. Preaching tomorrow at 10-45 a. m. an 7-30 p. m. Morning subject: "Let us ,50 t Bethlehem." Evening subject: "The world' deb to Christianity.'" S. S. at 9:30 n. m Junior s at 4 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 8:00 p. m. TWELFTH STREET CUMBERLAND PBBSBTTEBIA CHUKCH.—Cor.Twelfth and Henry streets, llcv J. M, Galser, pastor. Preaching at 10:45 n m. slid 7:30 p. m. Y. P. C. 8. E. at 0:1 8. 8. at9:80 a. m., T. H. Perrin.Supt. Teach ors meeting, Monday night. Midweek servic Thursday night at 8 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH—Cor. Market and Sixth sts Rev. M. N. Powers, D.D.,pastor. S. S. at9:3 a.m. Preaching at 10-45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth Loagu devotional at 0:30 p.m. Prayer meeting at 7:3 Thursday oveulng. General class meeting firs Thursday evening In each month. HUNTEBSTOWN BAPTIST MISSION—At Cherr Street Chapel, cor. Fifth and Cherry str. Rov M. Jameson, pastor. Preaching at 10:45 a. m and 7:00 p. m. 8. S. with Homo Departmon »tO-.30a. m. Mission S. S. 2:30 p. m., R Gibson, Supt. Young People's meeting al 0:3 o'clock. Evening subject: "The Angel's Men sago." ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—H. M.Chit tendon, rector. Christmas Sunday Decembe 2iith. Holy Communion at 7 a. m. S.S.atl):! a. m. Mornlnn prayer, sermon and Holy Com munionatlO:30a:jm. E.S.8. In Trinity Chapolat p. m. Evening prayor and sermo'i in church a 7:30. Evening prayor and litany In Trlnlt Chapel, Wednesdays at 7:30. Frldaya in th Guild room, morning prayer and litany at 1 o'clock, evening prayor at 7:30. UPPER ALTON. PRESBYTERIAN CBUBCH.—Rev. W. II. Bradley pastor. 8. 8. at 9:30 a. m., J. G. Reynolds Supt. Sorvlces at 10:45 a.m. every Sunday,an at 7:30 p.m., alternate Sundays. J. E. soclot at 2:30 p m. S. E. at 0.80 p. m. Prayer meet Ing, Wednesday, 7.16 p. m. METHODIST- EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—North Mai street, Rov. J. A.Largo, pastor. 8. 8. at«:» a. m. Preaching nt 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Junbr League at 3 p. m. Fpworth League i'.( votlonal mooting at 0.30p,m. Prayer meetln Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. followed by S. 8 teacher's mooting. BAPTIST CHUBCH.—Corner of College avenu and Seminary street. Preaching service at 10:4 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a m., Dr. R. Gibson, Supt. B. Y. P. U. moetln 8:3jp. m. Teacher's meeting Monday, 8 p m. Business mooting Monday after flrat Sun day, 8p.m. Prayer meetings p. m. After hearing some friends contin ually praising Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Cur tis Fleck, of Anaheim, California purchased! a bottle of it for his ow use and is now aa enthusiastic ove its wonderful work as anjone can be The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale b E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Don't be perav tided into buying lin meats without reputntion or merit— Chamberlain's Fain Balm costs n more, and its merits have been prov en by a test of many years. Such let tors as the following, from L. G. Bag ley, Hueneme. Gal., are constant! being received: "The best remed for pain I have ever used is Chamber Iain's Pain Balm, and T. say so afte having used it in my family for sever al years." It cures rbeumatium, lam !mck, sprains and swelling. Sold by L Marsh and B. H. Wyea. How to Prevent Pneumonia. At this time of the year a cold i very easily contracted, and if left t run its course without the aid of som reliable cough medicine is liable t result in that dread disease, pneumo nla. We know of no better remed. to care a cough or cold than Cham berlaiii'H Cough Remedy. We hav used it quite extensively and U has al ways given entire satisfaction.—Ola gah, Ind. Ter. Chief. This is the only remedy that known to bo' a certain preventive o pneumonia. Among the many tbou Hands who have used It for colds and la grippe, we have never yet learned of a [single case having resulted in pneumonia. Persona who have weak lungs or have reason to fear an attack of pneumonia, should Keep the remedy at hand. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for aale by B. Marsh and B. II. Wyss. ^ RhoumailBm uurea m a Day "Mystic Cure for rheumatism and Neuralgia, radically cures In from 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is ruinarkabie aud uiyBtti'Iouu. It removes at once the cause and disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly beneflra, 70 ots. Sold by S. ti. Wyse, Dri'gijlst. Alton, 111. Easily? Are you frequently hoarse? Do you hnve that annoying tickling in your throat? Wou d you feel relieved if you could false something? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus in the morning? Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of If you have a weak throat you cannot be too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it. DP. AScr's Cierirg P« Mral Pla$lcp protects me lungs from colds. Help at Hand. If you have any complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice you can possibly obtain, write the doctor freely. You will receive a prompt reply. Address, DR. J.C. AVER, Lowell, Mass. PATHFINDER DEPARTMENT. Three lines or \tt* under tbla heading: One time, IS oenta; throe days, 26 cents; one week SOcectui additional tinea same rate, cash down. CTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING NOTICE.-St. ••-' Louis, Dec. 7, 18i)3 The annual meeting of stockholders of Sentinel Mining Company for the election of Directors and tho transaction of nuch other business as may come before It, will be held at their oflloo (hotel,) in Upper Alton, 111., on Saturday, January 7, 181W, from 1 until 3 o'clock p. m.--A. H Fuller, Secy. SALE D any qu&alty COR BALE.-Old papers, * the THLXORAPn offloa. COR SALE—#.1! la ti*o4of. ititlSUiR wood CM ~ bo BupplloiJ by tck'Pbonlnt! No. «>., Illinois Boifaotorv. *2 per load—E. LflTb. F OR SALB—A Farm four miles northwest o( Litohfleld,ion acres. $s» an acre. For ticuiars address G. A. Brown, or M. S. Brown, Brighton or T. C. Brown. Altou. 111. 22tf Architect, and Superintendent Plana and Specifications for Work Accurately Furnished. OPFIC-: ' v•;•« ALTON SAVINGS BANK S. F. CONNOR Real Eatate, Insurance and Collecting Agent. f&ca: Plana BulMlng and Loan .\9aoclatlnn ALTON, ILL. R. R. EXCURSION RATES. OEUUCED Kates to Southnrn and Western •* resorts now In effect via the C. & A. R. R. and connections. H OLIDAY EXCURSIONS—Via Bltr Four lit very low rates. Tickets good going Dno. Kl, 24, 2r>, 20, 30 and »1, and Jan. 1 and 2. For Information, tlokeis and rates call on G.H. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. C HRISTMAS 1808—NEW YEAR 1899—For the above tho C. & R. R. will sell excursion tickets, at low rates, from Alton to all stations within 200 rdleson Dec. 21, 25,20 and ill, 1MIS. and Jan. 1st and 2d, 1801). Return limit Jan. -1 X MAS AND NEW YEAH RATES—The Burlington Route will sell excursion tickets Dec ,24th, 25th, 2<ith3.sland Jan. 1st, and 2nd, to points within a radius of 200 miles a* one and one-third furo for tia round trip. Return Imlt Jan. 4, '()!).—J. B. Thomas, Agent. H unters' Rates to specified points In Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky. Michigan (lower peninsula), Michigan (upper), Mississippi, Mlu- nlourl, Minnesota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin, via Big Four. For Information and tickets call on G. II. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. 'I'ho C. & A. R. R. Is arranging a uerlea of 1 Winter Toars at low rates to Cuba, Porto Rico and Jamaca via Tarnpa. Florlc'a. All quarantine restriction against the Inland of Cuba have boon raised and tho regular lines of O,-ean transportation will i ave their vessels In service ut an early da'.o. "To California and Oregon.-Tho C. 4 A.R. R. 1 runs weekly tourist sloopln^ car excursions «t very low rates, p irponallv conducted every Thursday, leaving Alton at UiftO p. in. running via Kansas City, Suit Lake City and the Hconlo Lino. For rates, reservations and full paitlcu- lars apply to 0. G. Morris, Agt., Alton. T he Burlington s Thrt,.«a Car Hervlco—Pal- ace tiloopors ttnd Chair Cars (seats free) to Kansas City, Ht. Joe, Omaha, Utnvor, Billing*. Itook Island, Dubuquo, Ceilur Itiiplda, Bt. Paul and Minneapolis. Tourist Rlonuum to "an Francisco and Ixis Angol"H, Ca Ifornla, Portland, Oregon via Denver and Salt Lake City, ovory Wednesday. For rates, routus, etc., cull or address J. B. Thomas, Agent. ("•HRIHTMA8 »nd Now Yearn exciirilons. A *•* rato nf one and one-third faro fur tlui round trip, tickets on ualo Ueo. 24, 2. r ,, 211. ><l, IHift, and Jan. I and 2, 1WJ, limited to ruturn Jim. 4, wilt be made between all Ht. Louis-I'oo.-la Line (C, P. & • t. I, It. K.) stations. Minimum soiling rate 50o. Through tickets from und to connecting Ilimu will bo buhl. Gut full particulars from C. 1*. & at. I., auent. F or California Tourls s—Tho llurllngicn Houto has weekly tourlul uleopor uxcursfons, personally nonduotodtby a liurlington Route Agent) ovorv Wednesday f om Ht. Ixinln, and Thursday from Kansas City and Ht. Joseph lo IMH Angeluuand H»n Francisco. Tho route Is via Denver, Bcenln Colorado, Hull Lake City with Ul< pur ix'nt uu 1 shlnu thro.mhoct the year. A*k your Ticket Agent, J. 1). Thomas, fur purtluu- H omosoukoru Eiouraion ui vory low rates via Klg ui>ooltl«il points fu Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kantian, Kentucky, Ijinlnlsim, Michigan, Minnesota. Ml»»in»lpnl, Missouri, Michigan, Minnesota, Ml»»ln»ipnl, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North hakala,Okla- homa, Orogon, South Carolina, Mouth Dakota, Tennwuuo, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, TlolteU will bu on ualu Nnv, Ifilb, Duo, 0 20, J»n. a-10; Fab. 7-21, Match, 7-10. for full Information apply tt> o, II. Hamilton, Tlokot Agent. H omeaeekerH' Kxcurfctonii. ~ Upon curtain datu* of October, November ana December, tho C. * A. will KolluKciirslun llckots ntgraally reduced ruton to pnlnla In Alabama, Arizona, Arkansn, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho! Indian Turrltory, Iowa, Kaunas, Kentucky. Loulnlana, NortnBraMiPlilican.Mlnnowjta, Ml»- •l»»lppl, Missouri, Nobrttttlta. Now Mvxlco, North Carolina. South Dtkotit, l'minc.-»»uD, Toi- u, Utah, Virginia, WUoonaln and Wyoming, The reduction* In rates aro of sunioluiit Importance to merit tba attention uf pronuootlvo tr»r«l*ri. For (lartlaularioali ou O.Q. Norrl», Tlok«t Agent O- WISH ALL A MERRY CH RISTfl AS. A MERR Y CHRISTMAS == TO == One and All. H .A.WUTZLEI?- ^^T^. W W ••^••••••••iiiiBiUiBBiBiiil m The Outfitter. 633 East Second Street The Insurance Company have ADJUSTED — The PFEIFFER & BAILEY STAR SHOE ST(M STOCK, They are Open Now for Business. SHOES GO AT 30c on the Dollar. We desire to call attention to our New FALL AND HOLIDAY GOODS, And invite you to inspecc our line of Beautiful Rockers, Parlor Pieces and Desks. Our stock is more complete and our prices lowei than ever before 7 good goods at low prices deal with the reliable and old established furniture house of FALL aed WINTER 1899. ceived. Style, Fit, Workmanship ind Prices guaranteed. Come and be Convinced before going elsewhere. M. MORITZ, Merchant Tailor, 113 West Third *\

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