Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 9, 1887 · Page 3
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3D 2 es UO TT/VT fVT'Tff'G! Second street, near .TO UUJjilJ!irl O, corner of Henry -FOR- FINE » STATIONERY, Suoh a» Orane'a Floral, Whiting's Standard Papers, Hnrlbut's French Linens, Eclipse flagged Edre, Elite Ragged Edge, Balmoral Linen, Qnffla's Linen, Turkey Laid., Linen, Porion Blow, Mikado; Charred Ed«e, Cream , Latil, Mourning Note, and a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Dennlson's Wax aud SeaU. School Tablets end Stationery, decOdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! OrtBAP FOB OA8H ON TIME PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired 8bW- lag Machines repaired BnpDllon tor nil Machines. N. D.LAMOKEUX. Mnslo Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite B«Ue, Alton, 111. decOdwly WATCH I'OK THE BABOA.INB INT JOB'S NEW GOB. BUILDING, HENUY ST., AT BIB». D. HBITKAMP'S, All binds ot Fancy, Hand mudo, Knit and Oro- oa t goods. Hoods.Tobaegans and Mils. Men's BOOMS and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking;. Plain and Family Sewing and Stamping Dune. Come and give us a call. Don't forget tbe place, deco rtwly GREATEST BARGAINS I • . -AT- C.M. Crandall's Crockery Store 2O3 THIRD ST., . DEARLY OPPOSITE BELLE. NEW GOODS! Comprising the best Iron Stone Clii- n»;,flnG8fc quality Thin Opaque Chiria, Imperial and Vitreous Chjnawaro; a splendid stock of Plain, Heavy, Thth-blown and Engraved Glassware; a grout variety of Lamps—best Eleo, trie, Rochester and Incandescent, also Lamp Chimneys for- each j best quality Silver-plated Ware; Fine Assortment of Table Cutlery, Tea Trays, Bird Cages, and House Fur- niehinp; Goods generally, which I offer at THE LOWEST CASH PRICES Lucas Pfeiftenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND HECHANIOAL DRAUGHTSMAN, Oflloe on Third st.,one door west of Pifuuh third floor. ALTON DAILY TEtEQIUFfl. WEDNESDAY Java., JFEB. 9. For the 'yew 1887 w* shall charge the tol lowing ratal tor transient notttt** la onr local columns: ftrUm recent*. -1- Single insertion . . Three to nve Insertion*. Si* to ewelre insertions. . . , RA.TB80F ADVSftTmmi: THjjMiBj»T.->J>xr:rr cents p«r Inch flr»t insertion, and TVsKTt-flVS oenu per tooh (or each subst quent insertion. W per Inch first month, |1.8o per luoU'each month thereof ter. LEGAL ADVBHTISING: »1 per tncb (or the first ln*«rUon,'and Bi cents per Inch (or each subsequent insertion «• Above rates will be stilotly adhered to THE DAILY TBUEGBAPU is delivered by carrier* to all pnrts of the city o( Alton ani Upper «lttin, (or ton cents per week. Mallei to any address at the rate o( KS.ZO per your. THB TELEGRAPH baa the largest circulation ol any paper In Alton, and la the bee medium (or advertisers. INDICATIONS for Southern Illinois fair weather, higher temperature. Money to loan on improved rea. flstate. Apply to Rudershansen & Sonntajj. Third street. ' dtf STANAKD'S Mill, we are glad to state will start up as;am next week, with a full force. A complete hne of Winter Gooda for Gent's Wear, lately received, by H. C tt.-Motile, Third street. 26tf A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Pig and Magnolia are the best cigars In the market. INOOBFORATOBS of the new St. Louis bridge company will today inspect the land on both sides of the river with a view of selecting a location. A new Invoice of Spring Flannels and Tricots, unsurpassed in quality and price, In this csty.—H. F. Lehne. 8 2 wit A» anonymous correspondent favors us with some clippings In regard to the Central Missouri, but the facts contained therein have already appeared In this paper. SALOONS ;are (a direct detriment to retail trade. The man who spends his earnings in the saloons has nothing left to buy dry goods, clothing and grocer, ies for himself and family. of the Mendelssohn Club are organizing a Choral Society. It will be a <distinct organization. Mrs. Stelle states that it will not be under her direction as stated In^the TELEGRAPH last evening. AN alarm of fire was sounded this morning caused by the' roof of factory No. 5 at the Glass Works catching fire. A few buckets of water put out the alaze. The department turned out but their services were not needed. RELIGIOUS.— The meetings at the Baptist church continue to Increase In nterest, .so much so that the edifice would not accommodate the attendance ast evening. About 20 persons were )aptizod after the sermon. The pastor, Dr. Abbott, is assisted in the meet* ngs by Rev. Wm.. Green, who proves very effective as a revivalist. EIGHTH street is in such aa unfathomable condition, on account of the mud, hat residents of Mlddletown who usual- y take that route have been compelled, or the last day or two, to seek other thoroughfares or run the risk of being ingulfed in the bottomless morasses bat mark portions of that street. THE children on the way to Lincoln chool, yesterday and Monday, had to wade through mud half knee deep on Eighth street, in places where sidewalks ought to have been. The fault is with he Council which has never attempted o enforce its own ordinance for- build* ng sidewalks on that street. A SMASH' UP— As the driver of Hose Carriage No. 2 started from the engine louse this morning, at the sound of the fire alarm, the bits broke in the mouth if one .of the horses, and the team usbed across the street, before the river could check thorn, running into Seibold & Doterding's delivery wagon, and scattering the groceries right and eft. One of the front wheels of the wagon was smashed in the collision. FUNERAL OP.'. Mus. '.MCNEIL.— The emams of Mrs. Esther McNeil arrived lore last evening, from Sedulia, Mo., .ooompanied by Mr. Isaac MoNiel, Mr. and- Mrs. Jas.Cousley, and Mrs. 8. J. Duncan. The funeral took place this morning: at the residence of Mrs. Dunan and was attended by a largo gathering of relatives and friends. Upv. Dr. Wolff conducted the services, reading fitting selections of scripture nd making a brief address. The lymns sung wore "The Rock that Is Higher than I" and "We shall sleep, but not forever," The remains were ntorred In .the family lot In the' city eraetory. Money to loan on improved form iroperty, For particulars, apply to WHIPPLE & SMILBr. Ait the curbstone •tateomen lomed out today under the genial Influ enoe of the jpring.like sunshine. SURPRISE PART?—Miss Flora Mook was treated to a pleasant inrpnie party last evening at the residence of her father, Mr. Philip Mook, at. , in honor of her twelfth birthday. A number .0 her young friends were present am passed the hoar* very agreeably • In games, and other recreations. Refreshments >ere served and hospitality reigned supreme. Those present sale they bad a "splendid tlmo." We hare received some new" Spring Dress Goods in newest goods.—Pierian A Carr Dry Goods Co. it A RESOLUTION that $200 be appropriated for the improvement of Eighth street was introduced in the Connoi' yesterday and referred. Some eight or nine months ago an appropriation was made for improving this street, but the Street and Alley committee did nothing Pnrhaps if some patriots would start a oouple of saloons on Eighth street the Council would see the necessity of a prompt improvement of that thoroughfare. Marti Gran, Hew Orleans, Febj, 28, 1887. For the above, C. & A. R. R. will sell excursion tickets Alton to .New Orleans, Feby. Uth to' 20th, at lowest rates. Good for retnrn until March 15th. Choice of six routes. 99 wit CENTRAL MISSOURI.—The fact that the papers at Cleveland, Ohio, speak in confident ternip of the building of the Central Missouri aud of the Alton bridge is proof that the enterprise Is regarded at Bee Line headquarters as certain to be carried out to completion. Our citizens must not allow themselves to be hood-winked in this matter by the prejudiced St. Louis press. The Cen» tral Missouri will be built and the river bridged at Alton. Coal. Buy your Hard and Soft Coal of H. L. Winter and get the best. Office at Monk's Pharmacy, Third street, and in Job's new block, corner Second and Henry sts. Telephones No's. 21 and 54. . aupU d7m CITY CODRT. Court was m session today. No jury cases were tried, but the following were disposed of by Judge J. E'. Dunnegan. Wm. J. Ashlock vs. Ji>s. Coin man, conditional judgment. Philip Power vs. Chas. Frost, et al., trespass; damages $10,000; continued tor service. Alice Denny vs. Peter Fslkenburg, assumpsit, damages, $5,000; continued for service. E. R. Artman vs. U. H. Flagg assumpsit, damages $1,600. Judgment for plaintiff for $1,411.54. City of Alton vs. F. G. Gosaran, continued. James M. Cotter vs. Thos. E. Clif- brd; suit for $800, in settlement of account. Change of venue to Circuit Court, on defendant's affidavit. Court adjourned until tosmorrow. • A magnificent line of new £mbroid» nes.at PiersonA Carr Dry GoodsJCo's. ________ dlt THE UALLAH1' ALTONA. ALTON, Feb. 8tb. editor Mian Telegraph; Will you please inform me what were ho dimensions of the steamer Alton a, hat ran in the trade from Alton to Si. ia in the years 1852 to 1854.1 wish to known her length, beam and size of her lower, and who were her owners when he began running in the trade. By answering this you will do me a great avor and oblige one <-f your patrons. S. B. We referred above letter to Capt. irunor, on the street today, who rejliod: Length of steamer Altona, 225 eet; breadth of beam, SO feet; depth of old 6 feet; diameter of wheel, 82 feet; ength of bucket, 12 feet; five boilers; wo cylinders, 8 feet stroke, 22 inches iamnter. The original owners of the Altona were S. & P. Wise and Jos. Brown, of Alton; and Gaty & MoCuue, if St. Louis. In 1852 they sold her to the Alton & angamon (now C. & A.) railroad. Capt. W. P. LaMothe, of Upper Alton, tie old commander of the Altonn,could give our correspondent further particu* art. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Wluslow'a Soothing Syrup, for liildren teething, is the presorption of nc of the beat female nurses and phy- loians in tko United States, and has eon used for forty years with never- ailing success by millions of mothers or their children. During the process f teething its value IB incalculable. It ohovoH the child from pain, euros ysontery and dmrrhcoa, griping In the jowels, and wiud-uolto. By giving itmltli to the child it rents tthe mother 'Vice 25c iv bottle. la 1ft m w n wk Notice. W. F. Eusinger has not removed 'to Kansas as reported, but Is on band to o your painting and paper hanging urine; the ensuing demon, as hereto- ore, on short notice and easiest terms, 'lease give him a call at the old stand u Second street, near PUun. ]al3 8m PBttSOBAL. Mr. Hugh E. fiayle, of Edwardirille town to-day. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kir by, of Jersey* vllle, are visiting Mr. James R«wman'« family. m Mr. Joseph stone, of Peorla, 1s in town today. H« came this morning to attend the funeral of his brother, Mr £11 Stonei but arrived Isolate for that purpose. Dr. Haskell was able to be out today and make a few professional call* in special casei. Every one U glad to tee him*on the itreet again. Mr. £. H. Goulding hands us a cop of the Columbia, Mo., Statesman which u jubilant orer the prospect o the early building of the Central Mis souri. MIM Joe E. Babcook, who for the past two years has held the position o book keeper for the Singer Mannfactur. ing Co. in this city, is about to return to her home in St. Louie, the Co having decided to move their office to LUob.fleld.lll. Fall not to see the new Spring Patterns, at Pierson A C»rr f Dry Good* Co's. H THE OREATEST 80 DAT CAHH BOUT ABU SHOK SWEEP BVEB MADE 1H ALTON. WHIOHT A PETERS' LADIKS' runt SHOES AS FOLLOWS: Pebble Goat |3, button $2.60. Strait Goat $4, button $3.46. Strait Goat hand sewed $4.50, button $3.65. French Kid 95, button 94.50. AND OTUBH MAKES IN Our Ladies' $8 Kid Button down to $2.50. Our Ladies' $2.50 Goat; and Kid go at $2.15. Our Matchless Line Ladies? $2 shoes at $1.66. '. , •'."••: 260 pairs Muses' shoes worth $2 at 91. 850 pairs Children's shoes, worth $1.50 and $2, down to 91-25. Nettleton's Men's fine $5 shoe, $4.25. A broken lot Lilly, Bracket &_Co. $9 shoes for 94. . Men's Hand Sewed Shoes value $6,at $4.75. '., - . - ' , Boys' $1.86 button and bale*, knocked out at $1.50. No Monkey Business, not Old Stock, every thing good and at cut prices for cash.—Star Shoe store, Big 102. W. N. CARHART, 4dw2w Manager. The river is rising rapidly, the current full of ice, which has been floating since 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. ' The Spread Eagle made a trip to Portage and Jersey Landing last night, but went no farther on account of the ice. She left for St. Louis this morn ning. The boat will notgo up the river tonight, but will make the trip tomorrow night should the conditions prove favorable. Standard Coffee at Connor's, 20'cts. ' dt THE 1JLECTHIC LlUUT. Considerable public discussion has ensued consequent on the action of the Council in the electric light matter. The privilege was given to the successful company by a vote of 11 to 3; Alder men Copptnger, Curdle and Fingleton voting nay. These gentlemen expressed themselves as favorable to the improvement but thought the action hasty and without sufficient care for the city's nterests in the matter. Those who voted favorably claim that the requirements and regulations necessary to protect the city can be included in the ordinance to be drawn up in oonform- ty to instructions given the committee. The TELEGRAPH is warmly in 'avor of the electric ' light, but resterday's action was pushed through n snob a hurried manner that it has a suspicious look. Under the rules of the 'ouuoil new business must first be re*> erred to a committee for examination, and report at next meeting, before action is taken; but this matter was referred to the Gas committee, reported on favorably, and acted on all at be same meeting. Considering that he franchise thus accorded Involves he putting up of poles .for electric wires; laying pipes "under streets and ildewalks and other valuable privileges, t seems as it the action taken was too hasty to guard properly the interests of he city. The tidge on St. Loan. The Kansas City Journal says; "The relative importance of Kansas City and it. Louis as railroad centres may be udgod from the fact that 10,666 more lokets were sold in Kansas City last year than In St. Louis. The- total amount received for tickets In Kansas jity exceeded that received In St. Louis by $60,873.36. There is a whistling statioi on one edge of Missouri and a busy city on the other. We rather bink Kansas City has the 'edge' on St. For Sal*. The Woodroot property, A S Btory (ravuo UOUM ol S rooQU, ouTlftlTand Alton itreet*, a i room frame house onjrirtu i WmPPUJ WE DEVOTJS ATTENTION TO Embroideries, AND "White G-odds, G-ood Things I Liquid Sure Cure, and A-corn Salve for Corns. Toothache Drops, relieve at once. Lotion for Chapped Hands. Universal Liniment, for aches & pains. Marsh's Drug Store. Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard and Soft Coal and Wood Cook and Heating^Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner. They have no equal. Also HOOFING and OUTTGtUNQ and JOBBING done at reasonable rates* Call and examine my atock before purchasing elsewhere. 532 East Second st,, ,5tndoor west of Henry A T . J . Pants, huil s. Pants, For Fat Men, Slim Men, Bojs, and Children, S, S, . s, H. M.Schweppe Third Street Clothier. Branch, Second and Ridge t streets. L. J. HABTMAM,SManager,

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