Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on February 16, 1887 · Page 3
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QCT tc eg. !:WftT. > mi!Wfl Second streot.near | **V JUUfttH O, corner ot Henry -FOR- J STATIONERY, Whiting'a Standard —oh Linena, Belipae v," Ragged Edge, Balmoral ™h'iJf rlm ?2, L i ne °t Turkey Laid Linen, job Blow, Mikado, Charred Edne, Oroam n iJ?m? rn l n ? Not ,?> ttnd a Iar 5 a asaortmont luminatod and Deooratea Stationery. rsi. n « lsWax ana Soals - School Tablets IBtatlonery. dec6dwly OS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! iBAP'.FOR CASH ON TIME PAYMKNTS Rbnoa and Organa tuned and repaired Sew•" Machines repaired SupoliOH (or all Ma- ?j?J ) ? a l ai ' > ?, hlrd s'root,' nearly oppoalte (lie, Alton 111. decedwly WATCH MBS. ». HKITKAMP'S, ttklnda of Fancy, Hand uwde, Knit andOro- ^goods. Hoode.Tobaggane and MIta. Bfen'a in's and Fascinators at very low prloea. Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sewing Stamping Dine. Come and give us a Don't forget the place, decertwly IN GOODS! D.M. CRANDALL will offer £ ABOUT COST or thirty days. Third fc street, nearly opposite Belle. *b. » For Sale or Iteut. «rr Tho 2-Btory frame dwelling with D rooraa. Ifeplndlug 7 lota: good barn and fine hutu Sfnown aa tbe Nlohola bomoatoad, Bltunted BSn Utb st,, in a deslraolo nofr 1 - ' b '- luntea i B*bjr WM ilok, w* f »Tt her C«ttorJ* m «ho WM • Child, ihe cried for CwtorU, > ih« beaime Iflu, ib« dun* to CutorU, i ik« hid OhUdna, ibt (tro UMO CwtorU, II !••••»*•—1—^— 1r ; ; u ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. WEDNESDAY EVE., FEB. 15. Forltuo year 1E87 we shall charge tbe fol. lowing rates for transient notice* In oui local columns; Single Insertion . . Thtee to flv« Insertions. . ' . Six to twelve insertions, . . i <• HATE8 OF ADVERTISING: lRUMum.-FJFTr cents per Jnoh first In- sortlon, ana TirBNTY-VlVE flentu per Inch for each subsequent tnsnrtlon. IS per Inuh first month, |1.SO per Inch 'each month thereafter. LKQA.L ADVERTISING: , Jl per Inoh lor the first lniortlon£aud 00 cents per Inch for each subsequent insertion, *»• Above rntos wUl be sttietly adhered to. TUB DAILY TELEGRAM! is delivered by carriers to all parts of the city of Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of tf.20 per year. THB TELEGRAPH has the lurgest.cironla- Uon of any paper in Alton, and Is the bast medium for advertisers. Oontntn THIRD AND PJASA STREETS.' Tutu- FHOVB No. 88. • HD Tom, tho mmioftl prodi«r,wi)l appear at tbe Opera Houie, Feb. 28th t G0it,D SooiABLE^-Mrs. O. H. EdUy last erenlog entertained the Ladies, Uuild, of St. Paul's church, and their Mends in a moat agreeable manner. Cheerful recreations and attractive amusement? served to while aw»y (the hours. Refreshments were served, the bread and milk Innovation being especially appreciated. The general enjoyment was greatly increased by a vocal aolo, admirably rendered,, by Miss Pearl Hewitt; alto pleasing piano solos by Miss Alice Carnanan andj Mr. L«vl D. Yager. The large company present pronounced the affair a suoces lu every particular, notably in the social 'fea- tares. BOOKS Keeully Placed !• th* Alton PiblU Library. INDICATIONS for Southern Illinois: warmer, fair weather. Beautiful white cheeks and 'plaids, at Pieraon * Carr Dry Goods Go's. It Money to loan on improved real flstate. Apply to Underahausen. & Sonntag. Third street. • dtf THB funeral of Mf. Patrick Dunn, who died yesterday afternoon, will take place tomorrow at 10 a. m. from the Cathedral. Bananas, Grapes, Oranges, 'Lemons, Nuts and Candy, at Connor's. It THB weekly edition of the TELEGRAPH will be published tomorrow morning. Notices should be handed .in by nine o'clock to oecure insertion. The E. O. Stanard Milling Co. have reopened their retail department and are prepared to fill orders for Flour, Bran, Shipatuff and Screenings. 16 8 Cixr MILLS—The City Mills, Stanard Milling Co, resumed operations today, and the establishment is running hall capacity, with the intention of an ins crease as business will justify. Buy your Mualin Underwear at Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods Go's, dwlw THJB State Encampment of the U. A. K. is in session at Rock Island. Col. Kbdgers and Capt. Hobart represent Alton Post. Capt. Herb expected to go but was detained by sickness in his family. More embroideries and insertings just in today at Piarson A Carr Dry Goods Go's. ______ » A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. MB. Ben K. Hite, of EdwardsviHe, received a telegram from Wichita, Kan. yesterday, stating that land he recently purchased there had been sold at an advance of $2,000 on the purchase price. FOR RENT.—Store room under Hotel Madison, formerly occupied by Singer Mtg. Co—Geo. K. Hewitt, Sec'y. • 14 S DIED -Mrs. James Ethenngton died last night after a long illness. She leaves a husband and two children. The funeral will take place from the residence on State street, at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. Just received an elegant line of choice Ginghams and Crinkles.—Haagen & Fuew Dry Goods'.Co. dwlt THE Chicago, Burlington 6V Quiuoy K. K. Co. has published a Pronouncing Dictionary containing 320 pages, 82,000 words, and 670 engravings. It teaches everybody how to pronounce correctly. Send 16 cents iu stamps to Paul Morton, G. P. and T. A.,C. B. & Q. R. R., Chicago, 111, and get a copy of the dictionary—the cheapest book issued. DB. Garrin received a letter today from P. J. Marsh, Treasurer of the Colorado Mining and Milling Co. Black Hawk, Col., saying that an unknown man had been killed in th« mine there and the address of the Doctor had been found in hispock»t. The man had a silver watch and chain; a revolver, shot gun', trunk and other effects, which Mr. Marsh offered to forward on receipt of seven dollars, balance paid by him for funeral expenses after deducting wages due the miner. Dr. Garvin has no idea who the man can bo and as there is no description given of his person it would bo diffl- cult for any one to identify the victim. The Doctor will forward the letter to Mr. T. J. Hanley, of Denver, formerly of Alton, for investigation. BKlttHTOH. DIED.—On Monday night last, Mr. William Combs, aged twenty six years. Mr. Combs was an estimable young man and relatives and friends will mourn his loss. His sickness was con, sumption. The funeral took place to* day from the Congregational church. PJEttiSOJUL. Mr. J. U. Williams, of Medora, was in the city today. Mr. E. A. Riehl and son came down from their bluff farm this morning m a sk iff, the roads being impassable. Mrs. H. S. Mathews started for Minneapolis this morning to visit her daughter, Mrs. T. P. Nisbett. Mr. R. L. King starts tomorrow morning for Hot Springs, with the hope of obtaining relief from rheumatism. UPPER ALTON. CELEBRATION — Arrangements are being made by a committee of students of Shurtleff College for a celebration of Washington's birthday, on Tuesday evening next. The feature of the evening will be a banquet, with speeches by representatives of each college olasa. each department and each literary society. Tickets will be on sale until Friday evening only, after which the receipts arc to be expended in provisions for the banquet. IUYEK NETTS. The river is comparatively free from floating ice today. The Calhoun leaves for Peona next Saturday evening, the first departure of the season for the Illinois. The St. Louis and St. Paul Packet Co. will open the season in the upper Mississippi about the middle of March. The palace steamer Hudson Jwill arrive from-St. Louis this evening and proceed to Grafton? to "connect with trains on the St. Louis & Central Illinois R. R. She will leave here daily for St. Louis at 7 a.'m. from the Clarksville warehouse. Glimpses of Three Coasts, by Helen Jackson; Triumphant Democracy, by Andrew Carnegie ;X)ur Penal Maohlns ery and its Victims, by John P. Altgeld j England mExtTPt, byQeo. Makepeao* Towles A Winter in Central America and Mexico, by Helen J. Bauburn; England under Gladstone, by Justin H. McCarthy; Edge Tools of Speech, by MaturinM. Ballon; George Eliot, and Her Heroines, by Abba Goold Woolson; Madame Mohl, by Kathleen O'Meara; Letters to Dead Authors, by Andrew Lang; Six Months iu the; Palm Groves of the Sandwich Islands, by Isabella L. Bird; Southern California, by Theo. S, VanDyke; Memoirs and Letters of Dolly Madison, by her Grandnieoe; The Labor Movement in America, by R. S. Ely;Lives of Girls who Became Famons, by Sarah K. Bolton; v Manners Makyth Men j Boy Travelers m the Rug- sian Empire.Jby Thos. Knox; Emlneit Authors of the flineteeth Century, by Dr. Geo. Brandos; Politics and PolitN cians of Illinois, by D. W. Lask; Our New Alaska, by C. Hallock; Consolations of Science, byj. Straub, A.M.; Three Martyrs of the Nineteenth Century, by Mrs. Charles; SpaBish Ways and By Ways, ^by W. Howe Downes; Twenty Tears of Congress, by J. G. BlainejA Budget of Letters from Japan, by Arthur Collins Maolay; On Tuscan Hills and Venetian Waters, by Lnida Villan; The Destiny of Man, by John Fiske; Lord Beaconsfield's Correspondence with his sister; Idea of God as Affected by Modern Knowledge, by J. Fiske; Talks with my Boys, by Wm. Mowry; Th» Quaker Invasion of "Massachusetts, by R. P. Hollowell; The Wind of Destiny, by A. S. Hardy; Poetical Works of Robert Southey; Indian summer, by W. D. Howells; Phil, the Fiddler, by Horatio Alger: Paul, the Peddler, by Horatio Alger; Slow and Sure, by Horatio Alger; Col. Cheswiok'n Campaign, by Flora L. Shaw; A Mental Struggle, by Mrs. Argel; Two Arrows, by Wm. O. Sloddard; Seek and Find, by Oliver Optic; Shamrock and Thistle, by Oliver Optic; A Stern Chase, by Mrs. Cashel Hoey: The Thorn in the Nest, by Martha Finley {Marion's Faith, by Capt. Charles King: Justma, No Name; Chantry House, by C. M. Tonge; A Moonlight Boy, by E. W. Howe; I Say No, by Wilkie Collins: Nuttie's Father, by C. M. Yongo; Wit and Humor, ed. by M. D..Landon; The Lady or the Tiger, by Frank R. Stockton; Two College Girls, by Helen Dawes Brown jNature's Serial Story, by E. P. Roe; Jo's Boys, by L. M. Alcott; Little Lord Fauntleroy, by F. H. Burnett: Footprints in Forests, by Eiward S. Ellis; Stockton's Stories; Castle Nowhere, by C. F. Woolson, Little by Little, by Oliver Optic; A Boy with an Idea, by Mrs. Eiloart; The Minister's Charge, by W. D. Howells; Uncle Peep and I, by Mary Cowden Clark; Homespun Yarns, by Mrs. A. D. Whitney; Last ef the Peter- kins , by L. P. Hale; White Heron, by S. O. Jewett; Poverty Grass, by Lillie C. Wyman; Father Ryan's Poems; Into Unknown Seas, by David Kerr; Helping Himself, by Horatio Alger: The House at Highbridge, by Edgar Fawcett. NOW WE DEVOTE ATTENTION TO E m b r o i derles, AND W Goods, YOURITTEITM CALLED TO SPONGES, for carriage and bath. CHAMOIS SKINS, large and small. SILK SPONGE TOWELS. Marsh's Drug Store. Largest and Most Complete Assortment of Hard and Soft Coal and Wood Cook and Heatin^Stoves EVER BROUGHT TO ALTON. The Celebrated Buck's Brilliant Cooking Stove and Hard Coal Base Burner, THE GREATEST 80 DAY CASH BOOT AMU SHOE SWEEP EVKKMADK IH ALIGN. New torchon and medioi laces just received at Pierson & C»rr Dry Goods Go's. Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPP1,B & SMILEY. A complete lino of Winter Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received, by H. 0. U. Moritz, Third street. 26tf ROBERTSON'S bright play entitled "SohooP'.^so popular in Now York when given at.Wallaok's, will be given by bt, Agnes Guild, at tho City Hall, on Friday evening, Feb. 18th, and a matinee on Saturday afternoon, fop* ular prices; admission 15 cento, reserved seats 26 cents. Tickets at Chamberlain's. , 15 g POLICE COURT—Geo. Scott, Mel. Kemp and Wash, Johnson were arrest* ed on a warrant yesterday charging them with drunkenness and the destruction of property at the St. Charles Hotel. Scott was fined 916, Kemp $5, with costs in both oases, and Johnion was acquitted. In default of payment Scott and Kemp were committed. The largest and best assortment of Cambrics, Batiste and Nainsook Era- broidrlei can be found at Unagen 4 Fneu Dry GoocU Co'i. dwlt • Building Association. There will be a meeting of the Alton Building and Loan Association, Thursday ^evening, Feb. 17th, at 7:80 o'clock. Money to loan. L. PFJEIFFENBERGER, Pros. JOHN F. McGiNNis, Sec'. it Coal. Buy your Hard nnd Soft Coal of H. L. Winter and got the best. Office at Mook's Pharmacy, Third street, and in Job's now block, corner Second and Honry sts. Telephones No's. 21 ana 51. _aug!4 d7mj | Card oflhunks. We hereby return our sincere thanks to all who so kindly assisted and sympathized with us in the hour of our affliction: John P. Loroh, Lizzie H. Lorcli, Mabel Loroh; Mrs. F..G. Zimmerman, and Grand Parents. Death or Mrs. Nathan Johnson VIRDKN, 111., Feb 16.—Mrs. Nathan Johnson, an old and[estimable resident of this place for the past twenty years, died this evening in the 80th year of her age. Her husband at one time was an extensive manufacturer at AK ton, from which city she removed to Virden. Advice t« Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children toothing, is the prcsorption of one of the best female nurses and physicians in the United States, and has boon used for forty years with never- failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of toothing its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoaa, griping in tho bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother Price 96o a bottle. 1a 16 m w u wk WUICIHT & PETERS' LADIES' FINE SHOES AS FOLLOWS: Pebble Goat $3, button 82.60. Strait Goat $4, button $3.46. Strait Goat hand sewed $4.60, button $3.66. French Kid $5, button $4.60. AND OTHER MAKES IN Our Ladies' $S Kid Button down to $2.60. Our Ladies' $2.60 Goat] and Kid go at $2.15. Our Matchless Line Ladies' $3 shoes at $1.65. 260 pairs Misses' shoes worth $2 at $1, 860 pairs Children's shoes, worth $1.60 and $2, down to $1.26. NottletorTs Men's fine $5 shoe, $4.25. A broken lot Lilly, Bracket & Go. $5 shoos for $4. Men's Hand Sewed Shoos value $6,at $4.75. Boys' $1.85 button and bals., 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. THOS. A EDISON, tho electrician and inventor, is said to bo hopelessly ill la Florida, as the result of an attack of pleurisy in December last. Though be continues his electrical studies and experiments, it is? predicted that ho can hardly survive to return to tho North. "Oh! if I had'only known that in time." Known what! "Known that a simple cold in tho head may develop Into chronic Catarrh." Well, It Isn't too late, for Ely's Cream Balm will euro catarrh even after tho sufferer's life has become a burden to liirn, and he a nuisance to his friends. It is tho only radian! and thoroughly scientific catarrh cure known. Not a snuff, Not a liquid. Price 60 cent*. 10w3t A J Dpp*pnh£irrH- 53 2 East Second st,, -TUvJ , j^tJgtJf If IdrU .1,5th dpor west of Henry Pants, Pants, Pants, For Fat Men, Slim Men, Bojs, and Children, 9 n n Pai ts, s, S, H. M. Schweppe Third Street Clothier. Branch, Second and Ridge i streets.'; L. J. HABTMAM, Manager.

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