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BY THfi TELEGRAPH PRINTING CO SATURDAY EVE., DEO.J31, RUCK HAWKS P*B1Y. (Milan Social Club Itttdt IU Annual fe«ce Dance and Love Featt it the Wigwam of Chief Pastel*. "Two yean Ago I suffered severely from neuralgia and palpitation of the heart I was unable to do light housework. • Nothing brought relief until I took Dr. Mile? Heart Cure. 3 \ ' fatties removed all trace of my disorder and I now feel like a new woman. Mrs. o. o. Houston, 1606. Wat.rSt., Exeter, N. H. 99 DR. MILES' Heart Cure ta sold toy all druggists on guarantee first bottle benefits or money back. Book on heart and nerve* tent free, Or. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. For Urn year 1899 wo nhnll charge the following rates for transient notices In our local columns: _. . PER i.INF. Single Insertion 10 cents Three to five Insertions 7 rents 811 to twelre Insertion* Brents HATES OF AnVERTIRINfi. » TRANSIENT.— 60 cents per Inch first Insertion, and 28 cents per Inch (or csch eubscqucnt Insertion. SB per Inch first month, $1 no per Inch each month thereafter. I.ROAI. ADVERTISING. »1 per Inch for the n>sl Insertion, and BO rent per Inch for each subsequent Insertlou. SIBNOR Romero, Mexican Ambaasa- dor at Washington, died Friday In that olty. Daring bis term as representative at Washington, the friend•hip between the two republics haa become stronger, and their relations have been almost without a cload. Alton Conservatory. Elfhlh Year. Third Terra, bee. I. Made, Art, Elocution, Delisrte and Sped* 1 Studies. HIM Alice E. Marsh, Voice and Piano, Seminary street, Upper Alton. R C Mill ^ Second and Alby . V. 1UIUUO, sts., Alton, 111. Bend for Catalogue. S hurtlett School of MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W. D. ARMSTRONG, Director. Pint term begins September 22d, 1808. For Ooikn* In Instrumental and Vooal Muslo, Elocution and painting. Send for catalogue. SUNDAY, January 1, the American flag will be raised over Cnba and Spanish sovereignty in the Island will end. The Cubans bad arranged to have a six days celebration in honor of the event, but Major General A. Brooke, who will be in commond of the American forces, decided that it wonld not be best for the jubilation to take place while there were still 15,000 Spanish soldiers on the island. Recent events show that there is much bad blood between the Spaniards and Cubans, and Gen. Brooke feared that the Ooban jubilee might produce much disorder. He therefore requested that the jubilee be deferred, and that when the proper time arrived, he wonld aid in the celebration. That time will not be until all the Spanish soldiers shall have left the island, which will be In a few weeks. Tho Cuban Junta has decided to comply with Qen. Brooke's request, and the transfer of authority will therefore be accomplished with very little ceremony and no public rejoicing. ffO TEL V MADISON, „,, A, L. DANIELS, Prop, fccond and Easton sts., Alton, III. CKHOLDER'S MEETING NOTICE.—St. * toul«. Deo. 7,1808. The annual mealing >f stockholders ot Sentinel Mining Company or the election of Directors and the transaction erun ' y [/. S.-NIXON, oo-o \tzhttect. and Superintendent 'l«ns and Specifications for Work ';, Accurately Famished. fflCB OVBK ALTON SAVINGS BANK IT is now fully demonstrated that England's friendship for America in the Spanish war has excited the jealousy of the German and Russian press, and the wealthier classes. During the war the Gorman press teemed with abase of everything American. Just now the Russian press is denouncing America In the severest language. It is urging France to insist on completing the Panama canal, and compel American interests to take stock In it, in order to defeat the Nioaragnan project which is more distinctively American and English. The Russian press desires to defeat even a friendly alliance between the two great English speaking nations. Russians recognize the great and growing etrength, financially and materially, and the indomitable and progressive spirit of the people of this countiy, and will take any means at hand to prevent a stronger and closer alliance between America and England. The latter is Russia's foe everywhere, and IB about the only barrier that the great northern nation has in Aela and Europe. Russia will not make friends of Americans by abneing them. The boys of the Black Hawk tribe who have held many dances and many banquets since the organization was first conceived, and have done many other things to make each other hap py for the brief space of a few honrs, surpassed all former efforts last night at their annual dancing party and banquet at Hotel Madison. The banquet has come to be a permanent feature at these annual jollifications and it Is a feature that is not slighted with little attention. The banquet was one of the main features last night and vied for first place with the other vary necessary part, the dance. There were present twenty-two couples of happy young men and ladles who enjoyed tothe full extent the delightful evening's entertainment. From far and near the Black Hawks gathered to attend.and at the banquet board there was but one face missing and a letter from its owner conveyed the best wishes of the absentee. At 9:30 o'clock the Philharmonic orchestra from St. Lonls struck up tho strains of the grand march ushering in the merry dancers. The march was led by two pickaninnies dressed la Indian fashion with all the accoutrements of warfare. N Jasper and Sprow, as the pair are commonly known, made good Indians and were the only evidence of the primitive Americans that was presented. The two "Indians" gave a war dance and feast dance or cake walk and then made way for the other dancers. Until oilduight, dance followed dance in quick succession j then the strains of the supper march summoned all to the front parlors where the banquet was served. The courses were Interspersed with toasts, Mr. ROEDER'S ffiattct*. VfKlTAM) 8*00*1) BAPTIST CHtmCft-S. S. at »P. HI. All jre cordially Inflted to attend. O. O. LenlBft, Supt. Y. M. C. A, -Special service for men In the Y. M. C. A. rpomiat 4 p. m., Sunday. All mm are cordially Invited. UHIOH BApttsT OsyncH-Corner Seventh and George sts. Hey. J. H. Barton. Preaching at II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 8.8. at 8 p.m. PftKSBTTKRUM CmmCH.-nov. II. K. San- Borne, pastor. Divine services at lft:4» a. m Mends Everything. For Sale by E Marsh - - Alton. H. W. Chamberlain - Alton. J. P. Paul - - Alton. S, H. Wyss - Alton. W. D W. Barnard.Upper " Fand W. f. HOPPC, 110 W. Third st. .-or. Third and Alby st* Rev. Oeo. R. Osbatio- pastor. S. 8. nt 9:16 a. m service at 10:<S a.m. , sermon-'Now Year's Pledges." Fo»t« (rno. EVAIJOSLIC,i.t.CHUI«cH-Cor. Eighth and I[i>nry .V« E 8Tl Wm ' Haokmann, pastor. Preaching at 10.80 a. m. and 7:90 p. m. 8. a. at 9 a. m Teaohera' meeting Friday, at 8 p. m. CAMPBELI CHAPEL A. M. E. Cnuncn-J. M. Wllkoreon, pastor. Proaohlng at ll:«a,m. and • , p j f,' or 11 " On"- Hunter, who Is ap- RjK. l6d ^? e . n £™ 1 Missionary to Santiago de S"a*' .YS£°" me <"I r * »t 10 p. m. this evening. M, O. At 2!30 p. II), WABmNOTOlt ST. M.E. CsURcn-Joslah Abel, pastor. 8andar-9:30 a. m., Junior League. Services at 10:90 a.m., and7:30p. m. 2:§0p. m. , 8. 8. 8:80 p. m, Epworth league. Thurs- d»y-7:80p. m., Prayer meeting. OiRllAjrM. B. CHURCH.-ROV. Chas.Holdel, pastor, Preaching at 10:80 ». m. and 7:80 p m by the pastor. 8. 8. at 9:90 a. m. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m. Prayer mooting fhurs- For Rats, Mice, Roaches, and Other Vermin. KILLER. alr ' IT'S After nitlng, M vrnnlti «frk wntrr nutl »lw «l* Hence this Iclller i* the most clrnnly otienrtn. For Sale by nil Drug^hits. Price, IB CtnU. NEWTOK MANUFACTURING A CHEMICAL CO., 98 William Street. New York. p. m. 7p.m. Prayer mooting rhurs- Teaohers' meeting Friday at ODESSA'S PECULIAR CHARITY ^ALL WOMEN the : which women! • fuffwr la caused [ IT WMkneti or 4«r th» orcaiM of flunalruatlon. Nearly alwtvil > whea a woman to not well the* orfaM an affected. But when , tk»y am etrong and healthy a woman b very leldom sick. ', to nature'* provision lot the rep*. lawn of tho menstrual function. II curei all " female troubles." It to equally effectlvo for tho girl in nor teens, tho young wife with do- •fnettlo and maternal cares, and Y. M. C. A. Notei. The men's meeting at 4 o'clock will be led by 8. H. Oossaboon, to which all men are cordially invited. The boys meeting at 2:30 which haa been held for the past year, will be organized Into a society and officers elected Sunday. The subject Sunday will be, "Tho New Year." The reception Monday promises to be a very pleasant one. The public is cordially Invited to attend from 2 to 6 o'clock. The young people of the various churches are preparing an excellent program and the Ladles' Auxiliary Is preparing refreshments. All will be well entertained who call during the afternoon. The program will be continuous, and callers received any time during the afternoon. UPPER ALTON. John D. McAdams presiding ae toast, master. The toasts were: "The Strong Box," by Mr. Louis Oarr in which the history of the strong box of the club, He vicissitudes and Its trl umphs, its days of embarrassment and Its opulence were set forth; "Log of the Olub" by Mr. John M, Pfelffen- berger, in which the doings an<* .-nls doings of the club, singly and collectively, were narrated and many an unlucky Black Hawk was dealt a sly throat, that found its way home to the point of most susceptibility. "Oalhonn county," by Mr. Clark MoAdams, ID which the speaker detailed how Providence had, keeping in view the fact that the Black Hawk Olub was to be and was at one time to desire a place In which to hold annual hunting and fliblng expeditions, created Oalhoan county for their especial pleasure to be evermore used as a happy bunting ground by the club and their desendants. "Poor Lo," by Mr. H. H. Hewitt, In which the distinguished prototype of the modern day society Indiana was historically treated. After the banquet the dance was resumed and it was long after midnight when the patty broke up. It waa a very happy event and one that establishes a new record in the club's loe book. 6 Among those present who came from out of the city were Mr Band SohweppB, from' Minneapolis; Mr. Clifford Ooyle, from Ithaca, N. Y.; Mr. David Wyckoff, of Jerseyvllle Miss Margaret Oasoidy, of Minneapolis, Mion.; Miss Httllle BayleandMr. Will Sohweppe, of St. Louis. to Two. JJ. EXCURSION RATES. yCHDl M to Sou tin"ro a ,m,ot 8 Ti. Vc ' '•.**• B R Is arranging t series of sfi&nfrtt.fe-fc $$ '^ft&M"™* 0 -'^ ** Iq jjgft&ffVSSSK "la at,f«r (i. Mrs. Frank Green returned yesterday flora a week's visit with friends in St. Louis. Miss Margaret Major, of Hlllaboro, is visiting friends. Mrs. M. MoBrlde and daughter and Mr. J. 0. Byre returned to their homes in OonUervllle today, after a visit with Mr. and MM. Hurting. Miss Georgia First leaves this evening for Lewiston, III. Miss Mamie Gere entertained the young people of Evergreen avouue last night. Miss Juliet Stiller baa gone to at. Louis for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stroud will spend next week in Greenville. Jtev. L. M. Waterman, the new Baptist minister, has taken rooms at the residence of Rev. H. 0. First <tnd will board at the Martha Wood Cottage until spring when he expects to bring bis family to Upper Alton and go to housekeeping. He begins bis pastorate tomorrow. The subject of hw morning sermon will be "The Sulll- oient One." The evening sermon will be a New Year's address on "Oue Life's Htory." Miss Husle T owe was the hostess of • pleasant social gathering of blab school pupils last night, Gao.es and musip were the amusement of the erening, during which a very dainty lap supper waa panned around. Mr. J. Dally is recovering from his recent illness. Toe public school will open Monday morning. ' Miss Gay Day entertained a few friends last night at her home on Leverett avenue. The last of inosndesoents lights was finished yesterday and It is reported that they will be turnad on New Year's night, tfoity-flve have been evenly distributed on the corners and it U an tloipated that Upper Alton will be far better lighted than ever before. A pwly of twenty-four school glria and boys from the Tub, BtnanaBtb grad«s met last night with Mian Jessie Swetteubam, and called in a body on Masters Guy and Herbert Lelgbton. fhe boys were taken completely by •urprlse, bat gave tbe young people a hearty welcome, and all proceeded to enjoy theiDMlves as onlysobooloblld- red ftao* bow* Tne baskets of good things brought by tbe children were ~ ifdMia their appetising contents 0 much to the obeer ofihe even ,,, ?n» PWty broke up «t in*, o'clock, with hearty wishes for tbe uuu,Sftn ..iAY UK 1UXISIIEI). Juaepli I,i-ltrr'» Antotriu-ki Threaten End thn Aiihiml's U>erulne», New York, Dec. 30.—Joseph Lelter of Chicago IK to banish the horse from New York. Later he may also eject the patient beast from Chicago and other great cities of Europe and tills country. As u preliminary step toward the consolidation of the trucking Interests of this Itorough and of Brooklyn the New York Autotruck company has been Incorporated with a capital of Jl,000,000. The organization of the corn- pony will be perfected by the end of next week, and will be shortly followed by the Introduction of automobiles In the trucking business of this city. It IK understood that the company has Interested three of the large ice firms In the project, and that these firms will be UK; first to use the autotrucks. People Solicited lo Contribute Article* They Do Slot Need. Thomas E. Kecnan, the American oonsnl at Oclespa, transmits to the department of state a translation of a printed notice whiob has been delivered at every house in that oity. He says; "It occurred to me that the idea is well worthy of the attention of the great public and private organizations devoted to relieving diitrese in the United States. The scheme outlined in this appeal to the people of Odessa, while it is not nw, is interesting and deserves to succeed. The articles collected are separated into a number of classes and sold, to be remannfaotured into paper, glassware, Irou, etc. The plan is as follows: "The president of the Society For the Relief of the Odessa Poor, Countess A. J. Shnvalov, while endeavoring to find means for the wider development of the activity of that society, obtained the satiation for the establishment iu connection with the central committee of the society, of « section for the collection of contributions consisting of unnecessary articles. "In every family unnecessary articles can bo found which are frequently thrown out from the dwelling along with rubbish, and it is these entirely useless things which may serve as a new fund for the activity of the society. If every family in Odessa would only give during the year 1 ruble's worth of these unnecessary things, teusof thousands of rubles would accumulate in the treasury of the society. Addressing aaob a request to all Odessa people, the society knows thnt it does not ask for sacrifices exceeding the donor's means. It only addresses to all the modest request, 'Contribute all that you do not require.' Do not be embarrassed either by the quality or the quantity of the offering. With most earnest gratitude we accept all old rubbish, torn pieces of paper, clothing, foot gear, leather leggings, old newspapers, unnecessary books and music, old postage stamps, rags, !in«u, corks, pieces of iron, brass and other metals, bottles, caps of hot ties, broken glass, cut off cigar ends, empty cigar and cigarette boxes, broken playthings, useless furniture, etc. "For tbe.oolloction of those offerings of unnecessary articles the section will send around collectors, dressed in ani form, with an open letter. In acknowledgment of such offerings the collector Will issue a proper receipt. The collectors are not authorized to accept offerings in the shape of money." CONOMOATiONALCBintCB.—Corner Eltth and Henrjr street*. Her. J. H. J. Rloe, pastor. 8. 8. at 9:30 a. m. Preaching Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Chrltflan Endeavor at «:30p. m. Junior Endeavor at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7:46 Thursday evening. W. C. T. U.—The Woman's Christian Tem- {wranoe Union meetings, are held the first and third Tueadaya of the month at 3:30 o'clock in . ?•,. Ci A. Ctapel. All meetings are open to visitors and friends of humanity are cordially Invited to attend. BAPTIST CHURCH.—Her. M. W. Twlng, pastor. Preaching tomorrow at 10 46 a. m. and '•a 0 .?-.™. Morning aubjoot: "Let us go to Bethlehem." Evening subject: "The world's deb-to Christianity.' 7 8. 8. at 8:30 a. m. Junior a at 4 p.m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. TWELFTH STRBET CUMBERLAND PRESDTTERIAN CHURCH.—Cor.Twelfth and Henry streets. Rev. J. M. Oalaer, pastor. Preaching at 10:46 a. m - = * nd » 7:3 ° P- m - Y - P- C. f. E. at 8:30 8. 8. at 8:30 a. m.. T. H, Perrln.Supt. Teachers meeting, Monday night. Midweek service Thursday night at 8 o'clock. M. E. CHURCH-Cor. Market and Sixth sts. Rev. H. N. Powers, D.D.,pastor. S. 8. at»:30 a.m. Preaching at 10-4S ». m. and 7:30 p.m. Junior League at 3 p. m. Epworth League devotional at 6:80 p.m. Prayer meeting at 7:3(1 Thursday evening. General class meeting first Thursday evening In each month. HUHTERSTOWH BAPTIST MISSION—At Cherrr Street Chapol, oor. Filth and Cherry ste. Rov. M. Jameson, paator. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 8. 8. with Home Department at8:30a. m. Mission 8. S. 2:30 p. m., R. Olbson, Supt. Young People's meeting at 8:30 o'clock. Evening subject: "This year also." UPPER ALTON. PRESBTTERIAN CHURCH.—Rev. W. H. Bradley, pastor. B. 8. at 8:80 a. m., J. O. Reynolds, Bupt. Services at 10:48 a.m! every Sunday.and m .'2 : 2X p ' m> ' » lte ">»'e Sundays. J. E. society f 2: ?i pJ m> , 8l E ' *' 8 - ao P- m ' Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7.16 p. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.—North Main atreet, Rev. J. A.Large, pastor. S. 8. at 9:30 a. m. Preaohlngat 10:45 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. JunUr League at 3 p. m. Epworth League d.e- votlonal meeting at 8.3*p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:80 p. m. followed by S. S. teacher's meeting. BAPTIST CHURCH.—Corner of College avenue and Semlnarystreet. Preaching service at 10:45 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., Dr. R. Olbson,Supt. B. Y. P. U. meeting 8:80 p. m. Teacher's meeting Monday, 8 pT m. Business meeting Mondav after first Sunday, 8p.m. Prayer meeting 8p.m. Rheumatism uureo m a Day "Mystic Cure for rheumatism and Neuralgia, radically cures in from 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and disease Immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefit*, 75 eta. Sold by S. H. Wyss, Druggist, Alton, 111. Valuable Map by an Alumna*. The library of the University of Colorado has been the recipient recently from (lie Germau government of a very rare and valuable map of gome hitherto unexplored sections of South Africa. The map was prepared by Dr. A. L. Bennett, tin alumnus of the University of Colorado, now a missionary in the province of Oaboou, South Africa. Dr Bennett sold the map to tho German government, one of the conditions of the suio bniiig that two copies be wade, one for himself and out) for the library of the state nuivurHity. These are tho only copies of tho map iu existence. —Special Hooky Mountain News. Hood's SarsapariJJa Cures Permanently Cure* Scrofula, whioh is oiie of the worst af- Illclloiis of the iiuinun race, and cuineu from Impure blood. Eczema, n most offensive and uncomfortable affection of tho skin, also duo to impure blood. Salt Rheum, a torment to the flesh, a disfigurement to tho bofy, and u drain on the system, also duo to vltlati-d blood. Pimples, which HO diaBgure the skin, and ma to the human face divine anything but a thing ot beauty, but which aro Nature's advertisement of fuul blood. Catarrh, which very often come* from a chronic affection of tb™olrcula° tlou, la a constant offense one's self and all bis friend*. Rheumatism, THE NEWS IX BRIEF., Mr. Asqulth Ia likely to become the leader of the Liberals In the house of commons. The Spanish government has decided upon paying the January coupon of the Cuban debt. The Wesleyan Methodists of England are raising a centenary fund of 1,000,000 guineas. The Canadian plant of the American Screw company of Providence, R. I., hag been sold. As the plant at Leeds, England, had previously been disposed of, all the foreign property of the concern has now passed out of Its hands. King Humbert bus signed a decree reducing the, punishment of the rioters who took part In the disturbance* last spring. Plshel Bros., formerly In the cloak business In Boston, have filed a petition of Insolvency. Liabilities are »»!,534, $90,000 unsecured; assets, $1,300. The Duke of York, who will take a prominent part In the reception to the American squadron, will so* i be made a rear admiral. The hardware and cutlery store of Barber & Hoss, at the corner of Eleventh and a ojreets, northwest,-Washington, D. C., was badly damaged by flre and water. LOSH to stock U about $70,000; Insurance, $30,000. Long on building, $15,000. Fire In C. A. Smith Lumber company Plant at Minneapolis cost $8,000. B. Lowensteln & Urou., dealers In rnules^ and horses at Sedallu. Mo., as .1 * ... .. . ... of January Magazines. Misa Oeoilia Beanx has made a striking head of Admiral Sampson, from life, which appears as the fronts- piece In the January number of the Century. This is apropos of the second instalment of Llent. Hobson's Merrimao papers. Oapt. Higsbee, of the Maine, continues his personal account of the episode that precipitated the oonflot with Spain; and Mr. Edmond Kelly describes the experiences of "An American in Madrid During the War." "The Oariylea in Scotland" is an intimately personal paper; and equally readable in another way is Miss Florence Hotohklss's "Oar- lyle's Dramatic Portrayal of Character." Mr. F. Marion Crawford, in Via Crucis, continues his fascinating romance of the Middle Ages; and Mr. Paul L. Ford's Many-Sided Franklin is devoted this month to the great man's schooling and self-culture, big services to education, and his library. Oapt. Orownlnshleld, U. 8. N., Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, makes an effective presentation of the Advantages of the Nicaragua Canal. In fiction we have one of Mrs; Stuart's sympathetic delineations of neero character, "Uncle Still's Famous Weather Prediction :"BThe Limerick Tigers, by Mr. Harry Stlllwell Edwards, author of The Two Runaways; and Hiei Wife, by Mrs Ponltney Bigelow, wife of the well kno^n author and war correspondent. St. Nicholcu starts out upon the new year with drama beating and colors flying, though it is wholly innocent of references to war. Its nearest approach to the subject is the opening article, "Three Little Spanish Princesses," by Isabel MoDongall. It is a far cry from these grave little Spanish ladles, buried long ago, to "Mark Twain's Pete," "the prettiest and daintiest monsers that ever basked in an atmosphere of fame." "The Pil- l2 w « Fa , llrie ' i l" in Mlas Annle Willis McOullongh's poem. We have had Mr. Herford'a amusing rhymes about "The Bashful Enrtho5 ft b« y .> fnrt „* „ How to Prevent Pneumonia. At this time of the yoar n cold is very easily contracted, and if left to run its course without f'o aid of some reliable cough modiciao la liable to result In that dread disease, pneumonia. We know of no better remedy, to cure a cough or cold than Chamberlain's Cough Ilernedy. Wo have used it quite extensively mid it 1ms nl- ways given entire satisfaction. -Oln- gah, Ind. Ter. Chief. Tbio Is the only remedy that la known to be a certain preventive of pneumonia. Among the many thousands who have used It for colds and la grippe, we have never yet learned of a singln case having resulted in pneumonia. Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to fear an attack ot pneumonia, should keep the remedy at hand. The 25 and 50 cent olzes for sale by K. Marsh and S, H. Wyss. For Hoarseness. Benj. Ingerson, of Button, ind., says: he hud not spoken above a whisper for months, and one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar restored his voice. It is used very largely by speakers and singers. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyes. After hearing 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 ia now as enthuaiiistic over Its wonderful work as anyone can be. The 26 and 60 cent cizes for sale by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Mr. O. M. Dixon, a well known m sr- chant of Pleasant Ridge, Fulton (Jo., fa,., has a little girl who is frequently threatened with croup, but when the first symptoms appear, his wife gives her Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Which always affords prompt relie'. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for enlo by E. Marsh and S. H. Wyss. Don't be persuaded into buying lin- imenta without reputation or merit— Obamberlaiu's Pain Balm costs no more, and its merits have been proven by a test of many years. Such letters as the following, from L. G. Bagley, Hueneme, Oal., are constantly being received: 'The best remedy for pain 1 have ever used is Chamberlain's Paiu Balm, and I say BO after having used it in my family for several year's." It cures rueumatiem, lame back, sprains and swelling. Sold by B. Marsh and S. H. Wyes. Qo to M. Moritz's for your collars, 15C, two for 25,*, for vourcuffa, 25i» per pair. The best for the money. 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 gain?, without advise you to see these Genuine bar fail, as the values and prices are amazing. WE WILL GIVE YOU A $4 WATCH if you will show our publication to your friends We don't want you to sell thorn anything. Tha watch Is made by a well-known American firms, In two sizes, olilldrcns' and adults', nickel or g old-plated hunting care a- d fully guaranteed. end Scents for particular!. Overland, 34 Park Row, New York City. A HAPPY m YEAR! if* He(llth aml Prosperity 7mn» la hopld'tor!" " to all. Thin is the moment when the past. ' adM fr ° m metaor f' and » "righted The New Year an New Year's Days S. F. CONNOR Real Estatf, Insurance Collecting Agent. and Plsss) BulHInglJsad; Loan Association ALTON, ILL. FOR SALE. COR SALE.—Old pacers, In any quanlt.y, • the TELEGKAPH ofrice. COR SALE—All In need of kindling wood * be supplied by telephoning No, 41, 11 Box factory. $2 per load—E. Lovis. can Illinois 1899 If Purchases are not entirely Satisfactory your\Money Back, Faithfully yours for all of Alton. COR SALE—A Farm four miles northwest of • Lltohfleld, 100 acres. $00 an acre. For particulars address G A. Brown, orM. S. Brown, Brighton orT. C. Brown, Alton, 111. 22tf John J. Brenholt, Sol. for Compl't. CITY COURT NOTICE. State of Illinois, County of Mndlson, City of Alton, Bo. In the City Court of Alton, Febiuary term, A. Outfitter - East Second Street The Insurance Company have Bertha L. Straube va Bridget Klrwln, e Klrwln, Julia Boedlker a' d Proderlclc Boodlker , Robert The old wooden battleship Ladus. which has Been service all over the world, IH to be broken up at Devonport England. Another violent gale has swept over the English channel and the east coast of Oreat Hrltaln.jdoln»; much damage. The Bashful Earthquake," and now comes Helen A. Hawley's "Harmless Earthquake." A brake array of family portrait* attests the historical accuracy of "The Raid of the Raffer- tys,,' by R. W. Raymond. Mr. E. H. House continues to turn the "Bright 8 i d «S 8 S- 1 . Hh'ory'' towards the readers of St fftoholat. Christmas and New Year's and other stories and poems abound. "Intercollegiate Basketball for Women" teems with pictures of girls dressed for all the world like so many football players. The New Year's /xuttei' Hotne Journal gives assurance of a purpose to make that magazine more useful and helpful, and stronger In its literary and artistic features, during 1899 than ever before. It opens with a full -page drawing by W. L. Taylor, illustrating LocgfeUow'i Village Blacksmith. Eary colonial social Fife la mirrored in 'The Most Aristocratic Social Event n'l.n'S 6 ? 1 '!*! $ e w>nual bal1 o'th« Philadelphia "Assembly." Edward »> of her husband, Maggie MoCaffory and Robert McCaftery her husband, Thomas Klrwln, I.eo Klrwln, Mai Klrwln, Charles Kirw.n, Emot Stevens, Harry Stevens. Edwin Stevens, Kd- ward A. Burke and Brlderet Klrwln, Adralnls- trat-lxof the estate of John B. Klrwln, deceased. In Chancery. BUI to foreclose mortgage. It appearing by affidavit on file In tho clerk's office of the oiy court of Alton In Madison county, aforessld, m the above entitled cause, that the said defendants Emet Stevens, Harry Stevens, Edwin Stevens, Julia Boedlker and Frederick Boedlker, her husband aro nonresident of ihe State of Illinois, ana without the reach of the ordinary process of this court, and the sa'd complainant having filed her bill ot complaint herein to foreo'oso mortgage and a summons In chancery having boon issued hersln according to law returnable on the first Monday of February, 1890. Now you, the said defendants, whoso nun- residence appears as above, are hereby notified ADJUSTED " —' The Pfeiffer & Bailey SMR SHOE STORE STOCK that unless you bo and appear before our said olty court of Alton to bo holden at the court house In tho olty of Alton, on the llr t Monday of February, A. D. l8Ud, and then and wore plead, demur or answer to said bill ao- ?hl2 ln 3} 0 JS OI ??, 1< ; I ' an '?P rao ' loeot Bald "ourt, then said bill will bo taken for confessed, and a deoreo entered against you according to the prayer thereof. Dated at Alton, this 2Uth day of December, At D, f itivo, FRANCIS BUANnEWlfiDE, Clerk. D. D. Ooodell, Sol. forCompl'ts. MASTER'S SALE. State Illinois, Madison county, 68. October In tho Circuit Court, In Chaneury. term A. D. , lbt»8. Emma InKham, Julia P. Inghnm, Sidney u. Ingham, Jennie K. Waggoner William K ngham and Anhur J. Ingham vs Thomas I' Ingham, Therein B. Ingham and Thomas O '' 1 of American I Women." making 8 plea for more re- P°«- «» QMe Of dam Arcad" Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a dc 1 - pree of the said court, made at tho October term, A D., 1SUS, In tno above entitled rauso tne undersigned, master In ohancory of BalJ ^* r i' fl 1 l?? 1U ', pub " D . T 0 ."'"- to the highest and best tidder, tor oaMi In hand; nn FRIDAY, TUB TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OP JANUARY, A. D., !8W, ttho hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the north THEY ARE Now Open for Business. SHOES GO AT 30c on the Dollar. We desire tcTcalf attention "toouTNew """"'"^ FALL AND HOLIDAY GOODS, In Alton. Kor Pneumonia. Dr. J. O. Bishop, of Agnew, Miob, says; "I have used Foley'a Honey and Tar in three very severe oases of pneumonia the past month with good results, Bold by B. Marsh and 8? B. Wyss. Jamesons in tbe Country"' are oontin- nod The first of m 6wleB 0( t pn"TheHou*e Practical" tells bow to furnish *nd tecorate the hail and staircase, and otner page features | give photographs of "Fifteen Good it^SMP*" 1 * flnd " ftoli * our prices lower than ever before. For prices deal with the reliable am old house of J . SLITTER aio West Third to wlilob all authorities now attrl- bute to various aoidltiea iS the which tbli irre«t blood recoKenqe of many more »uoh happy Hood's Sarsaparilla Lost. Many have lost confidence and hope at weif as health, because they have been to d tbelr Kidney dlwMe was incurable. Foley'a Kidney Cure la a Guaranteed remedy for ine discouraged and dleconaolate. Bold by B. Marsh and B. H. Wyss. CASTOR IA For Infcnt* ud OMldjrjn, Hi Kind YOB Havi Always Bomb) Hood U*atness Vanuoi uo Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the dlatased portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure Deafness, and that to by constitutional remedies. Dea&aeM IB caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustaohlan Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It is entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and unless tbe In- flamatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to It* normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine oases out of tea are caused bv oaUrrb, which !• nothing but an in' flamed condition of tbe mucous eur- QMS HUNDBHD DOL— e of Deafness (caused by Q»t«iTb)tb»t cannot be cured by I^'j^Urrt* Owe, flend for circu- W BY* Co., Toledo. 0. front door of tho City Hall building, li In said County of Madison, iho f ilowlng'db" scribed real estate, situated In thn county or Ma.lson, and State of Illinois, towlt; The northeast quarter of tho northeast quar- »rof arotlon No. ton (10) In townaliln No aiv (0) north range No. ton (10) west or tho third principal mordlan containing forty acres of Upoa compliance wl h Iho above terms and the approval of Master's report of sale by the i court a deed.or deeds will ba (ueoutod by the undersigned In conformity wth said decree. .JOHN P MoGINNJB, Muster In Ohancory. B. J O'Neill, Bolloltor for Conip't. CITY COURT OP AU'ON NOT10B. Illinois, Madison county, City of I ^ty Court of Alton, Vobruary tcro), Kllnabeth Kaiser vs John Tnnsoi and Emma fqnsor. uhtnoery. Petition for dower, i •••»"»•• umuer, loroasn in nand on —— .?.'»_»> , th ».9"!fk'« | TUESDAY, TUB TH1HD DAY 0*- JAMJAHY 4 " I8W) Rock . er8 ' Par - om P let « and at , ! ° W furniture * SON. Lovl Davis, Solicitor foi Compl'ts Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of A ' ?/ ""42"";'' V u » V ««» oSloSer A ~ . . l««PP8«.rln*by .fiidavlton omoeoftheCiti Court of Alton, In Mndfeon court, will. ind beat bid* a dc term M»aly;iro»MWrinth.tbove 1 ntlVoaMns™ UMttb* said defendants John Tonwr and Em! "?* J 0 "."?.? BOW r»«Id» In the olty of Milwaukee teftssft^j^^r^risir. 0 /^ ^^^A^^'^^ 1 the I a'nAL'Pll^r'ojKwWfwwi! • ^- -J« roaunor or- thls^oourt, »nd the said budn Inthe ^ 'unry Now you, raaldwipsa] E" 1 Hoi 0! _ filed Uar petition herein nit or (lower, and a summon* In ring boon Isauei heroin aooordlnn Burnable on the flrst Monday |* til* said do'endaoU, whosa oon- ;«Mabove are .hereby notified H,, i "'I "L e '"""wingdescribed rsii MtMt« iMf Is %. count >'« » M ™ SStffltfti Life Severs" For sale by 8. H, L'i^feiM^*y^^^^NAi^ifck5Xc,\a«.''' I «kf«

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