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BY THE TBLEdRAPH PRINTINO CO WEDNESDAY EVENING. DEO. 2S. NOTICE TO AOVKRTlliKRS. For the year IS09 wi> Minll ing ratos for tratiBlsnt umns: llffWIitti my son George was flf&P,. he was stricken with a ter- pgglMMe nervous affliction. Phy- tpy tkians nor medicines helped IS-feljljn, He lost his speech, use of limbs and could hardly swallow food. Before he had finished a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine he could talk and eat •Wtfl, and 5 bottles cured him. H Mr». Julln O'Connor. WI1IH, TexM. JJ DR. MILES' Restorative et*wine U sold by all drumjists on gm-.rantee, first bottle benefit's IT money hack. f Book on heart and nerves sent free. pOr.MHei Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. Slnglo Insertion ..................... Thron to live Innortlons .......... Six to twnlvn Inflnrilonfi. . . . ....... WATF.H OF ,uivr.niiM.v<;. TRANSIENT.— Ml cents |>nr Indi nr.«t lr,«rll™, and 25 cents per Inch for each stibpr>jiif i.t irc-or-- tlon. per Inch first month, SI SO pcrlnrh cnrh month thereafter. M per Inch for the fl>8l Insertion, nnO W) c per Inch for each Btibpe'inent Insertion. |Alton Cons r rvatory. if^BWrtli Y«r. Th'rd Term. Dec. 1. \-^, : ' .. '- M«lc, Art, Elocution, Deltarte and Specli) itriJv : Studies. £tifi;(;!MI»B Alice E. Marsh, Voice and Piano, ^•fj/:. Seminars" street, Upper Alton. SvsiifD C Mill ^ Stcood and Alby fe&fy• *" ILlL -^» «t«., Alton, III. i.': 8«nd (or Catalogue. 6 *-• MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. JW. D. ARMSTRONG, Director. JjfejSratterm begins Soptember 22d, 1388. For i:.OOur»6 In Instrumental and Vocal Music, Elocu- >UoD*na painting. Send for catalogue. •pTEL jjj:-: - MADISON, jjijJA,:L. .DANIELS, Proprietor. Second and Ens ton sts., Alton, III. S. NIXON, mf:jhitect, rSa'f::- 1 *! \;> .-•-- -. • * and Superintendent and Specifications for Work Accurately Famished. OVBK ALTON SAVINGS DANK. ALL WOMEN of DM pain '; •adiickneufrom I whioh vomen wffar la oiuaod try the orgkni of m«n§tru«tlon,l Nearly *]wayi| whan a woman It not well theM orcani ar* affected. But whan th*y ar* ttrong and healthy 4 woman Is very seldom sick. Stocks are enpylng a big b30:11 in the New York mirkot. M my of thorn have advanced rapidly, Yoiturdiy was ono of the greatest sellinir d tys since 1S92. Mongy was tu groi'.nr demand than for a long limn. GEN. HENKY, tho Jlilitary Oovurnor of Porto Klco, has reduced Ibo biulpol of expenses for that island for tho coming year from -1,000,000 pesos a peso is about 92 couts—as it was tinder Spanish rule, to 1,700,000 pesos], a reduction of f>7,5 per ceut. This was an Hera of news in Sunday's paper. I 1 was a brief item, not at all conspicuous or seneationn). But In beneficent import it is worthy of rank with the most stirring news of the day. AH an earnest of reform, of improvement, oi progress, o f prosperity, nnd as a vindication of American nils in Porlo Rico, its significance cannot eneily be overestimated TUB Post-lXspalch of laet evening publishes a statement that Unclu She'by M. Oullom, the senior Senator from Illinois, is thinking seriously of giving up political aspirations. The P.-D no doubt tbiukB it is telling facts, but then everybody knows differently. Uncle Shelby ia not a "ro tirer." Ho will stand by his guns (politically) as long aa there are any guns to stand by He wi 1 die in thn names?, just ag old Senator Morrill died at an early hour Wednesday morning. Of courao It is possible Unit tho Democrats may be able to rellre him in 1801, but hurdly probable. That ia something they hive never been able to do so far in the Senator's career. FKOM present Indications the triaty o'peace is likely to be ratified f>y a very large majority, pro'>a!)ly SO cut of the 90 votes In the Somite. Tae future of the Philippinsa will be wholly in the hands of Oongreos, Tho Provident, in negotiating tho troaly, did not attempt; to concern himself about the future of the islands, - that being fie prerogative of Congress. When the treaty ia signed, they will bo governed as a military dependency, subject to all la'vs passed by Congress to cover their case. In tho nature of things this military government must continue until it is evident that tho people of the Islands are able to maintain a government of tlieir own. And this is all there H to the cry of "imperialism," now so vociferously voiced by Bryan and others. Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In tier 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 teneltted by IL far a4rfc« In earn raqtilrlnr tpaetal — i *yy\ tMa l nymptonu. Advisory Deputmtnt," Medicine Co., Ch»U»- IHOk.J. COOPER, Tuptlo, HIM. 'i, F. CONNOR 'fall Ecttte, Insurance and CollccUaf Agent. ' ?I*MI BulUUax 'tad Lota Auoalitinn AWON, ILL, Ex-Governor Fletcher, of Missouri, Who is visiting ia Washington, suyc: "Of the men who took a prominent part in Republican politics in Misnouri in the stirring days that preceded the Civil War but few are left. I'miik Blair, Gratz Brown, Sam Glover and nearly all the rest of my old colleagues have passed beyond the river. I presided over the flrst Republican meeting ever called in Missouri, which was also tbe first of that kind over held la a slave State. In 1861 I win elected Governor, and was Inaugurated January 5, 1805 President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation did not Include Missouri, 'but a State tutloaal convention datoruilnecl on the abolition of slavery to bo firecluil whenever tbe Governor should Issue a proclamation of freedom. Thia I Issued on the very same d,iy tho cjn- ventlon acted. Before this, however, I bad freed my own slaves." D, D Coodell, So'. forCompl'ie, MASTEB'3 SALE. , Madlipn county, ft a, eClrouU Court, In Cluncvry, October | iDg&tmj Julia P. Injtliiiin, Sldnoy It. •'-^ " 10" «r William B. SKNATOK Morrill, of Vermont, died n Washington, D. 0., at 1:25 Wodr neaday morning, Douomber 28, In tho 89th year of bis age. Senator Mori ill was born in Stnifford, Vt , April 24, 1810, in early life WHB a merchant and later an agriculturist. Ho was elected to the House of Representatives In the 34th Congress and for four succeeding terms. Then ho was trans ferred to tbe Senate as a Union R > publican, taking bis sent March 4, 1807. lie has served continuously since the latter dato, almost 32 yearn, a longer period than any person has ever served in the Senate. For ton years Senator Morrill has beon unable to take a leading part iti the work of tbe Senate. The duties of the cilice were not performed by him, the Senator apparently having only In view ouo point-—that is to make n longer record ihan Beuton, who terved 30 years. Senator Morrlll'a life ha.) beon a pure one. During the days of bis physical strength ho way a leader and Mat* iihviiyB been a staunch Republican, Jennie K. I'and Arhur J _, l,Tl>BroinB. Ingbam and Thinm C. conservator of Therein B. Ingbaoi, . Inghai f l« hareby tllvoo tint by vlrtuo of a de- tie >«ld court, irudo at toe Ootubar "1$, Intne thovo pntltlnd 'fiao, , miiU-r III obuncory of Mia ., _' pub'lo aud) n, to the highest or, fproiwb In band, on , JTHB TWWIY-88VBNTH DAY OP JANUAHY, A. D , !8W, e/ Wjj'olopka. m. at tlio north ' Hie City Hull bulldinu. la Alton, y of Midlion, vbe f flowing 3e- ""'- - }<J,»t*4. In Ui* county of rilllool*, towlt: | quarter r( tbe uortheatt uu»r- '•CWo (10) In town»blp No. Six Mo. ten (10.) we»t ofine (bird K nuty tore* of Affairs at Havana. The American Hag will be hoisted at all military stations in Cuba on January 1, and tbe Island will then bo fully la tbe posses-ilon of the Americans. It IB reported that the Cubans will make it a day of groat celebration and no attempt will be made to cludi them unless they grow riotoui, But enough troops will be in Havana, ostensibly on display, to tnUe control and clear the streets. Oa tho reoom meudatlou of Oiilof of Pjllou Mu Qallagb, all the cafua and other pUooe where liquor ia Fold will bo oloaed all day on January 1. The swearing iu of men who will form t'io polloo con* tlnues, about -iOU Im/lutf ulfuudy sworn allegiauoo to tbe Ujiltud SUtea. The force will be ready for o juiplotu servioa about January 15. Tbe Ou- baas still object to tbe euilstme'it of Spanish uoldlera la tbU fora a, but Uapt, MoOullagh aad Col. Muulton have resolved to ask no questions ooaoerolog n man's former ailegluuoe. H blfl record I* clean, bud be cornea HP to the mental aud pUyaloal re- qulrenienti he will be given tbe name i be b,e Spaniard orOubau. At flrst tho Otihans warfllnollnad to ban| back, saying tint If Spaniard*! ware to be employe 1 the entire force stiotik bo milt! up of tho:n, .nit when they siw tliny ivotild bo taknn at the! word thoy nn. In a ru?li to geciiro r Phanca o( >r\"ijif!£;-*V} amrjiith. Mi).') rnon fr>m Minocil'* cam] M.irian.-.o hivo alrovly mn^ht om- ploynnnt. Ilivana tailors aro now at work np-m t)>9 uniform, which Is to bo of blin nminisra of tho thlnnoa tsxtnro. ["-, consul* of trjn3er?,coat fttir.1 rolling Tiller fl'iirt, will <urry cln'H of thi sim> pittarn as lint us)] hi N«w Yjrk, and tho f;>rc i will ho orginisod on the name general plan as thit of tho American nltv. Special Council Meeting. To I ho Mayor ami Members of the City (tanned of the City of Alton: We, I ho undersigned Aldermen in tho city of Alton, do hereby call a ftpocMl meeting of tho Olty Oouncil of tbncityof iVIton, to be held in the council chamber of said oily, at 8 o'clock p. m., December 28, 1898, for the purpose of considering the matter of acceptance of the Fifth street Improvement, and to take such action retarding the same asmay bo deemed necessary nnd proper by tho Council. A. Wegener, H. ,1. Bowman, A. W Young, (leo. Barton, II. J. Klunk, S. H. Wyss, L. Fahrlg, F. Volbracht, Walter Day, 0. M. Yager. Cleo. T. IJuvia. Christmas festivals Hard Spring Wheat. "Oream of tho Earth," $4.00. . ALTON ROLLER MILLING Oo. The only place to buy GillospieCoal IB 8M Piasa etreet,.—Doraoy t'uel Co. Bny"LaBello Too best, 81.00. Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of tbe Barth," 84 00. ALTON ROLLER MILLINO (Jo. Tor Rent. Tiiroo room dwelling with cellar No. '121 Bast Fourteenth street. Apply to Wrn. SonntBg, Personal. Mrs. Ff. M. Oa.Uendeti ie spending a few days nt Carl'nville. Miss Miibcl EdwnrdF. of Chicago, ia visiUtuMiBfl Emily Baker. Mr. Thos. O'Leary id home from Chicago apaadin g a few days. Miss Mildred Q.irviu, o( St. Lauis, is VHiling Miss Both Ohittonden. Miss mianore Ussaach, of St. Louis, is the guest of Mra. A.. O. f^^lesby. Mr. 0. D. Coy lo, ol Cornell Univer- sry, ia homo to tpend Lhe hol'dajs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ilalligan are (pending tlio holid.ijo iu Uauuiba), Mo JliBB Alico Fox of Oakaloosa, 14 , is visiting htr uncle, Dr. L. F. Scbuss- ler. Dr. L. M. Bowman his boon quito ill witlj tha grippe, but is abla to ag lin be out. MUin Buttercup Powell, who has been visiting Mra. C. A. Kin#, left lor home at Odesea, today. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Embly, of Me- hean, III., aro visiting Mre. Krnblj's nioUiur, Mrs. Harvill >. Mr. Loo (Jjohriti^'tir oi Kahuna City, Mo., haa baoii vlji'.iii.j ruldtivoi in this city for u few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. li. L Kupp, of Qulncy, are visiting hen 1 , th« gu* ; &ti of Mr. nud Mra. Wm. U j:'b irdt. Misa Lwila Malcom lm» returned home after Hpendiug Christmas with Miss Bortha Hughes at Edwardsville. Miss Sadio Kockwell returned to Jerseyville, 'ast night, after spending Christmaes with Misaia Vino, on East Second street. Mr, June M. Utioada, of Upper Alton, who has bean engaged in local newspaper work for some time, has taken u position with tlio (ilubi: Democrat. ofn n i; uaniin^ tlint tlio liver ia .-jMd nr iijiirtivi'. Mori, 1 IIITIOJJM i :l>li'H inry fiiilnv.'. I'lir a )ir>'iii|it, i.-ii-nl iiir'j uf IlKuladiu mul nil v!r troulilca, tiiUu V/ljllo they tlio liver, rostoro lull, rcanlar avllim of tlio bowela, thoy do not rjripo or r;nln, do not Irritate or Inflami! the mtiininl organs, but linvo a punitive (unlc effuct. Hr«:. at all dniKKJHts or by mall of C. J. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. f tllpse of the MOOT. Tho moon was eclipced totally lust nlffht but many people did not know of tho f.irl ati'l that fact made little difference, beBlrtrfl, for Uio face of Luna was vratocl In thick clouds at tho time when the sight was mostin (cresting. AHronomorp figured it on 1 that tho moon would enter the shadow at l:/",s and would bs In the midst o the shadow of tins earth at fi:42 ami hence totally observed. It is supposed that fair Luna did so notwithstanding the fact that her actions aro traditionally so erratic that n man who acted in a similarly erratic man ner was called B lunatic. She dit not riso unt : l 5:1H and then clouds overcast her face. At ^ p. m. the thick veil of clouds parted atlntervala Into narrow rifts nnd between those ns she passed with the speed of a telegraph pjle passing a car window, fnlr Luna could bo seen with a dark patch on her face like a beauty cjnrt plaster patch on the chin of a belle. In a short time the shadow had passed off and a few minutes after tho moon hac resumed her normal state, tbe sky cleared off and Luna shone with a orighter effulgence than ever, the Q'loen of the night. Scott is tbe busiest Inilor in town. UPPER ALTON. Miss Lulu Elwell Is visiting in 8t Louis, Mr. and Mrs, tl.ow.ird Tilton return to their home in Creel Springs tomor row, after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Tilton. George Diubman is visiting in Brighton. yjm Mazio Morgan li recovering rom a severe attack of whoopinf cough and malarial fever. Misses Maud Powell, Rita Webster and Klioda Bartlett arc|in Springfield attending tho State teachr rs' institute. Mr. Roger Tomplin ii out again after a spell of la grippe. Mrs. Louis 8chwartzbeck and three children are down with grippe. There was a delightful p irty yesterday afternoon at tho reaHenoa of Mr. and Mra. Oliver Stelle, given by Miss Helen Stelle In honor of her guests, Mi«ees Mary and Genevieve Jobnson, of Springfield. During the hours from 3 to 5 the girh were pleasantly entertained wilh games and music, and at 4:30 refreuhmenta were served by Mrs. Stelle assisted by Miss Katharine Dickinson. Franklin Lodge, No. 25, A. F. and A. M., met last nigbt for the installation of newly elected officers. The ceremony was conducted by P. M , W. H. Marsh assisted by the instal: ng offlu er D.-. H. O. Barnap. Tae new ofllo era art: Enos Johnrou, Wor.-hipful Maetor; Wm. Nixon, Senfor Warden; H'iroHl Powell, Jaaior Warden; 3. B. GillhaTi, Secretary; Chas Herb, Senior Oeiconj Q. W. West, Junior Deacon; J. G Seilz, Treasurer. A called in leting o fie towJ council was held last nghc with ill the members present except Coancllman Johnson- The buiinefs if tie meeting related to the Water Works or diuarce At a nieeling of the council on N...V. 20th an fmesdment to th;it fecboi) ot the or.lina ice which set forth tie agreement of thB company to have at least 10 hydrants set not later than Sept. 1st ISiW, was passed provi.ling that rent on all liydrdiiti should not begin to accrue nntil they had been tested Dy the town. This wafc unsatisfactory to Lhe company, nnd at thtir request another amendment wasarraniiod providing lhat only tho first 10 hydrantft should be tested before the payment of rent. Toi3 amendment was brought before the couucil last night nnd passed wilh only one dissenting vote. Try Neinlnger's Magnolia aad new tnprovod Fig. How to Prevent Pneumonia. At thia time of the year a cold is very easily contracted, aud if left to run Us course without t^e aid of some reliable oough medicine is liable to result in that dread disease, pnenmo- ila. Wo know of no better remedy, o cure a cough or cold than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used it quite extensively and it has always given entire satisfaction.—Ola-;ab, Ind. Ter. Chief. This is the only remedy that Is _ r nown to be a certain preventive of ineumonia. Among the many tliou- ands who have used it for colds and a grippe, we have never yet learned of a single case having resulted in nieiimonin. Persons who have weak ungs or have reason to fear an at- ack of pneumonia, should keep the emedy at hand. The 25 and BO cent izes for sale by E. Marsh and S. H. Vysa. Kor Pneumonia. Dr. J. O. Bithop, of Agnew, Miob., ayt: "I have used Koley'u Hooey and Tar iu Ihiee very severe cases of pnormonia the past month with good m.ulis. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. o ^^^^^^^^ ™™j Rheumauam cvuca in a Day "Mystic Cure for rheumatism ant Neuralgia, radically cures in from 1 to 3 days. Its action npon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and disease Immediately disappears. Tlio firs dose greatly benefits, 75 ots. Sold by S. H. Wyes, Drngelst. A'ton, 111. Mr. O. M. Dixon, a well known mer chant of Pleasant Ridge, Fulton Co. Pa., ban a little girl who is frequently threatened with croup, but when the first symptoms appear, hla wife gives her Chamberlain's Oough Remedy, which always affords prompt relief The 25 and 60 cent sizes for sale by E Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Don't be persuaded into buying liniments without reputation or merit— Chamberlain's Pain Balm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters as tbe following, from L. G. Bag ley, Hueneme, Cal., are constantly being .received: "The best remedy for pain 1 have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I say HO after baving used it in my family for several year's." It cures rheumatism lame back, sprains and swelling Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. A Giant Neive Builder. The Mystic Life Renewer is the most powerful nervo builder known. It absolutely cures all forms of nervous diseases aud weaknesses no matter bow aggravated or of how long duration, each as neuralgia, nervous prostration, nervons paroxysms, Sr. Vitua* dance, palpitation of the heart, physical and mental weak- noes, debility of old age, etc. Sold by S. H. Wyes, Druggist, Alton. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Hie Kind You Have Always Bought th» Signature of After bearing some friends continually praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle of it for bis own use and is now as enthusiastic over its wonderful work as anyone can be. The 25 and 50 cent tizes for sale by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyes. No Humbug. Foley'a Honey and Tsr does not claim to perform miracles. It does not claim to cnre all cases of consumption or asthma, but it does claim to give comfort acid relief it advanced stages of these diseases and to usually cure early stages. It is certainly worth trying by those afflicted or threatened with these dread diseases. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. TJso Dr. Miles' NEHVB PLASTERS for SPINAL WEAKNESS. All druKjilstaBBll 'em for25c. For Hoarseness. Ber.j. Ingereon, of Button, ind., isys: he bad not spoken above a whisper for months, and one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar restored his oice. It la used very largely by peakors and singers. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyes. The Dressing Station at "Bloody Ford." It would seem, after aonreful read- inc of the newspapers nnd period cum oflhe lust few months, that thoro could not bo pofldbly rnur-li morn to toll About the Hantinpo rnmpnlgn ' IIRH emtnlnly I" 1 "" "<tono" thoroughly both by ttie'ftbli'BtpnrrrfipniipoiiH nun tho modi competent nttiPt! 1 . I 1 rom beginning to mil it bus Iw" grnph- Ically described nnd appropriately 11- lustrHtcd. But In nil HIPPO writings there is one nioflt plcttirratiiio Incident that lifts been nlmoRt entirely neglected, nnd Hint IB I ho hnnlily Improvised neld-bnoritnl Bt tho "Ulootlv Ford" of San Juan Greek. Hfrhinil tho shelter of tho creek bank, hardly three feet high, tho dressing station WIIH opened, nnd all through the long hot day the Burgeons moved about exposed to tho Mauser bulleln, binding up the wounds of tho soldiers who limped or were carried back, ono by one, from the battlo that was rnglng on tbe heights. In this week's Issue of "Harper's Weekly" the surgeon who selected this place for the battle-field hospital describes in the most picturesque and Interesting rnnnpor the scenes among the wounded lying behind tho creek bank, and gives ninny instances of the kind that mokes us proud of our American soldier. Uealness cannot tie Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the cfaeased portion of tho ear. There is only ono way to cure Deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect Iiearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the in- flamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused bj catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tbe mucous surfaces. We will give ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send f^r circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. JffirSold by Druggists, 75;. CTOCKHOI.DER'S MEETING NOTICE.-St. •^ Louis, Dec. 7, ISiiS. Tho annual meeting of .stockholders of SciUirml Mining Company for tho election of IMrcctorsnml the transaction of such other business as may como befoiR It, will be held at their oilleo, hotel, In Upper Alton. 111.,on Saturday,,January 7, 1890, Irotn 1 until 8 o'clock p. m.—A. H. Fuller, Hecy. FOR SALE. F° K SALS —OW papers, In any quaclty, At the TKLKUKAPH ofilce. COR SALE—All In need ot kindling wood cm 1 be supplied by telephoning No, II, Illinois Box facf.ry. 82 per load—E. l-avis. COB SALE—A Farm four miles northwest of 1 LHchfleld. KVJ iiores. *ti>'J an acre. For particulars address G A. Brown, or.AI. c 1 . Brown, Brighton or T. C. Brown, Alton, III. 2M R. K. EXCURSION RATE5. ij EDUCED Hates to Souta-rn and Western *^ resorts now in effect via the C. & \. H. R. and connections. Thn C & A. H R Is aiTaifjIn;; a series of * Winter Tours at low r.ited to Cuba, Porio Klco ar.d Jarnaca via Tan pa, Kla. All cpar- antine res riution Hg.<l3m;t the Inland of Cuba have b en 'nised and trie regular lines of Gcesn transportation will have their vessels in service at an early date. 'o California and Oregon —The C. & A. R R runs weekly tourist sleeping car excursions at very low rau*s, peni-malu conducted every Thursday, .leaving Alton ac9:C>0 p m running via Kansas City, Bait Lake I'lty a> d the Scenic Lino. For ratus, reservations aad full particulars apply to O G N.jrris, Agent, Alton. 'or California Tourists—Tho gton Route has weekly tourists sleeper excursions, personally conducted (by a Uurllngtan Rout.- A ent) every Wednesday from St. Lou'/s, and Thursday from Kansas City nil St Joseph to Los Angeles ar d Sau Francisco Tho route is via Denver, Soenlo Colorado, Salt Lake City with 93 per cent sunshln j throughout the year*. Ask your Ticket Agent, J. B, Thomas, Cor i-fir- tlcula s. H° omescekcrs Excurti'n at very low rates via Big Four, totpncKled p-Ints in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, .Mississippi. Missouri, Nebraska. North Carolina, Ninth Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Srnth Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Tickets will be on sale Nov. 15 b, Deo. O-.'O, Jan. a-10; Feb. 7 2', March 7-10 For full Informal! n apply to G. 11. Hamilton, Ticket Agent. 3. J O'Neill, Solicitor forCom^'t. CITY COURT OF ALTON NOTICE. State o( Illinois, Madison county, City ot Alton, 8:3. In tho City Court of Alton, February term, A. D. 1890, Elizabeth Kr.isor va John Tonsor and Emma /onaor. Chancery. I'etltion for dower. It appearing by »ftldavlt on flte la the Clerk's office of tho City Court ot Alton, In Madinon ^ouoly, aforesaid. In tlui atwvotnUtled cause, bat the ea'd defendant;) John To^sor and Emma Tonsnr now reside In the city ot Milwaukon, Mato of Wisconsin and are non-residenti, of tha Hate of Illinois, an-1 without the reach of o~- dinary process of thia court, end tho sa'd 3oin;,lalrmnt raving filed her polition herein or assignment of dower, and a summon* In jbancery licv ng been Issuei heroin according 0 law, returnable on tho flrst Monday In "•obruary -SV9. Now you, tho aal'l de'ondants, whose non- osldence appears aa abovn aro hereby notified hat unless you be and appear bcfooo outsold "-Ity Court of Alton, to be holden at the Court Jouso In tho Citvof Alton, on tho flm Monday f February A. D. 18W, and tten and there load, demur or answer lo said bill accordln? 1,0 the rul"8 and prac'loe:of eald oourt, then Bald bill will be taken for confessed, andado- crco entered again t you «ocording to the prayer there f. Dutod tills 27th day of December A, D .1608. FRANCIS BHANUEWHDIE, Clerk 'MM*&£i^ -> »-7 'S$&&<$tiw$*i ^i^lNr^ ^L^-^'i Great Clearing Sale. Is now in full blast. Tremendous Reduction in Dress Goods, Cloaks, Collarettes, Table Linens, Flannels, Underwear, Hosiery, Ginghams, Prints, Muslins, Blankets. We would advise you to see these Genuine bar gain«, without fail, as "the values and prices are amazing. Overcoat Time! Is herp. The cri-p. cold air is lively enough to mak you feel its presence. We are just as well prepared to "OVERCOAT" you as we have always b en to ' SUIT" you Our high-grade Kerseys, Beavers, Chinchillas, etc , for $7.50, $10 and $14. No More, No Less. A,re-values that double the money would hardly purchase elsewhere. We have good Coats that are good for you to buy. Low prices eloquent of economy. H.A.WUTZLEP. The Outfitter. 632 East Second Street The Insurance Company have ADJUSTED — The Pfeiffer & Bailey STAR SHOE STORE STOCK THEY ARE Now Open for Business. SHOES GO AT 30c on the Dollar. FIELD HOSPITAL AT "BLOODY FORD," SAN JUAN ORE13K. P«<at HARPER'S WEEKLY A DIUWINU fttou Lirs BY FuEbEiuo REUIMUTON. Jleproduced (rom Sarpei't W<xkty. By Permiwlon .„„„., Oopyrlg^t, tm, by Ilarp«r 6 Brgtlwn . • *> We desire to ca'l attention to our New FALL AND HOLIDAY GOODS, And invite you to inspect cur li ie of Beautiful Rockers, Parlor Pieces and Desks. Our sto k is more complete and "ur prices lower than ever before, for good goods at low prices deal with the rel able an i old established furniture or SUTTER & SON. 210 West Third Street. Levi Davis, Solicitor foi Cimpl'ti. MABTER'8 SALE!. ..,.A ° "ntyof M»ai3on,8«, In the Circuit Court, Oclobor term, A. I)., Kerverfne Pills l Wado - flamucl W»do . W»de, v« Henry <'. PilHstl Jamei W. Punnlngton. J«<ob Ma/ulro, Cimrliu " * lj ' B " notk ' ln Notlo« IH In-ruby given tint by vlrtufi of « do- oroe of »tl<l nourf, made a iho Ootulwr Iprm, A. D. 1808, In thn »hovo onlltloil ca'idn tberundontgntd, Master m Clianwryo/ enld remedy fa ntrvoui pro*. t ration and all ntrvoui of the .. i , (oroinh In lianil, in TUE8DAV,TIIE THirtO BAYOtf 1 JA UAItY, A. D , ISW jtlUuhDuror Ian o'olooka. rn.,«> the roit'i f°5\ ^ r ,°h' tb f ,f '^ • JI » 1 , 1 ' ulltjll) « I' "?» oi V >( AI on. the rollow'OH desoMutd re»l fl»ut« Tim ouili h»lf of I .t Ko. MUM 8) In fal< ok i No. tvilre (1 ), Allan f 1 y Prup -r, In IbJi ciiv ' 'otf.i o., O'.unty of Midlion tnd Ht».e of III! 4 '"" {[» »'»t fort^iwo and ono-lntf (i i No. tw» • -i. -,a-.-V' M> e ra llr« [b, f»ld brook. 'Vr (8^1 In lh" town 'I'wjnsnil Siat-> of >ld rlnht« of way tboi» term» anil uw^ttin y y%mjf "• M»»terlnCJi»noiTy.

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