Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 25, 1887 · Page 2
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AllOI DHL! BI W. T. XOBTON, COT. Third M4 P!M» StnwU, Alton, Ul. MONDAY fiVB.. AFKIL S6. N.— A VYMuuiirUm dl«» In the St. Louis SepuMicnn of yesterday rayi: Mr. H. O. Billing! of Alton, It!., who baa been filling the position of chief of the preemption division of the general land office for the put two years, and who was recently appointed register of public lands at Bailey, Idaho, by President Cleveland, was today presented with a ftne (Hirer water service by the clerks of his division. Mr. and Mrs. Billing) will leave here early next week for St. Lonls, where they will visit a week or so with the relatives of Mrs. Billings, when they will proceed to Idaho, where'they expect to permanently locate. They both leave a wide circle of fnends in Washington. Sanitary Conference. Dr. John H. Ranch, Secretary ol the State Board of Health, has issued invi- Utloni to cities and towns «f over 1,000 inhabitants to send delegates to a con* ference of health authorities to be held in Springfield, April 28 and 29, mder the auspices of the State Board of Health. UPPER ALTON. AwnvERSABiES. — The hmt indication of the approaching end of .the college year is the Junior class exhibition, occurring, generally, about six weak* bsfore Commencement day. Both classes beine small Bus fear tbe Juniors and Sophtmorei werejnoluded upon Friday evening's programme. Alter invocation by President Kendrick and a piano solo "La .Consolation'* (Dusiek) by Miia Delia M. Randall, of Alton, orations were debvered as follows: "Hnman Judgment Fallible," D. F. Molntire; "The Old and the New/? (awrtrnde P;. Clinton; "Twofold Progress," R.C. Denison; "Conditions of Ureatness," J. T. Coghill; "Dual Lives," Mattie Kendrick; "Influence of j iCUmata upon Character," J. V. E. Marsh. Mr. Mclntire's oration was perhaps as well written ns any, but he was not sufficiently familiar with it to . 'properly present it. Miss Clinton gave a well prepared renew of Tennyson's two "Lookaley Hail"; poems, a style ol production requiring study, but no exhanitiDg thought. Her manner is pleaaant and her voice good. Mr. Denison writes well and baa a mellow voice that "only . needs Ibta carelosa enuncia- 1 Uon to make him a fine speaker. His restless poise can be over come. Mr. Coghiil speaks earnestly but In what sounds like a false voice. and with too many clippings of his sentences into single clauses. Hit theme, while trite, Is one that cannot be too much dwelt on, till it be proved that there remains no truth m Pope's words that "Honor ftnd fun* from no condition rise; Aol well your part; there all th*. honor ll*i," Miss Kendrick gave a poetic turn to the otherwise practical drift of things by a charming conception of the realms of tho real and the fanciful.; Mias Kendrick can dispense with half her gestures . (to good' effect otherwise she. makes a fine appearance. kr. Marsh discussed climatic influences from scientific 'and historical standpoints and 'established his thnory In the minds of his audience. With a trifle lew angularity.; in his style, Mr. Marsh will make an exceptionally good speaker. Two ..violin, duets and a vocal solo which were «n the programme were, doubtless, prevented by the uncertainty ot the weather rwnUant upon the cessa. tioo of the City Hall weather signals. This Is to be .regretted as Mr., Wortmann and Miss Biggins are both favorites in Upper Alton. 1 BIBLE SOCIETY MEETING. , The Methodist church was crowded last evening, on the occasion ot the annual meeting of Alton and Vicinity Bible Society. The service opened wiib devotional services led by Uev. R. H 5: Manier, .Including an autbem by the 'choir. A brief, enteruininB address was delivered by Rev. Dr. Abbott followed by prayer by Dr.JBulkley. • : Rer. H. Si Mills spoke eloquently of the spiritual darkness that largely pre. vails through Sabbath desecration open saloons and other influences tha act to degrade humanity.Q The agent, Rev. F. O.«Blair,addresa ed tbe large congregation on the work accomplished, the needs of tlio hour and' the neoesiity of persistent offor (or tho distribution and dissemination u tho Holy Scriptures. After an address by Rev. R. H Mamer and a report, read by Rev. A L. Barr, the election of officers too place as follow; . President—E. A. Smith. Secretary—H. 8. Bishop, Treas. and Depositary-?, Seely. Vwe Presideuts — Pastors of th cbnrobos represented. The services were Interspersed wit music by the choir and congregation, MONTICELLO 8EM1NAHT REUNION. I Fro in Chicago Beraia,April 16th.] The tenth annual reunion of the MOD- icell* Seminary Association was held t the Lelaod Hotel on Thursday after* oon. Forty-four Of the former pupils 'ere present, among them Mrs. Bnrry f the class of '43 and Mrs. Prickett of he class of '47. Miss Harriet N. HM- ell, the beloved Principal of the Semi» ary, and who has held that position >r the past twenty year*,was, as usual, 10 honored guest, and the life of the assembly. Indeed, a reunion without er presence would be like the play of Hamlet" with Hamlet left out. An legant luncheon embracing all the elicacios of the season was served tit 2 'clock. Each guest found beside her late a bouquet of cut flowers, nnd tt asty menu card adorned w^th a medal • on head of a lovely woman resting on cluster of lilies, nnd .bearing the incnption: 1877. 188". TENTH ANNUAL BEUNION. of the MONTICELLO SOCIETY OF CHICAGO, TUUMDAT, ArttlL 14, 1887, •- •:. at THE LELAN1), Chicago. In addition to these was a beautiful onvenir, designed expressly for the ccasion, in the shape of a toboggan of ongh cardboard, ornamented witn arrow seafoam ribbons, on which rest- d an exquisite photo grarure of the vy dad tower of Monticello. Beneath was painted in script the name of the gnest and the dates'77—'87. After the luncheon had been thor- uebly discussed, intermingled with much social chat,old time reminiscences nd remembrances ot the absent, the jorapany retired to the parlors where he following programme was carried ut; Opening remarks by the President, Irs. S. M. Moses; Duet, Gondelied— iiss Fowler and Miss Kale Harmon; idtter Jfrom Mrs. M&ttie Brothcrson Reynolds, Peona—read by Mrs. D. C. Smith; Poem, by Mrs. Julia Johnson, 'eoria—read by Miss Alice Haskell; 'iano Solo, Fantasia—-Miss Maud Post; Letter from Mrs. Mary Ballance Coins, Chicago—read by Mrs. Parks; Solo, "When the Heart is Young"— Miss Maud Hull; Letter from Mrs. leanor Thomas Miner, Winchester—• ead by Mrs. Moses; Memorial of Mrs. latue Vose Bates^by Miss Delphine Wilson; Ladies', Quartette, "Auid Lang >yne,"— Miss Fowler, Mrs. Fargo, Mis* Hull and Miss Harmon; Report of the ieeretary and Treasurer, Mrs. Vreden- mrgh; Closing remarks by Miss Has:ell. The Secretary reports an unusual merest taken this year in the doings of be association. She sent out 290 etlers of invitation, to nearly erory ne of which she received a response. Numerous messages of regret were sent, among them a beautiful letter from Mis, "'hilena Fobes, for over twenty five 'ears the revered Principal of Monucel- o. ..'-.-..• 'The Scholarship Fund is steadily growing and has reached §800, tua >resent pupils at Monticello sending a ;heck for $50. It is hoped the desired amount of $1,000 will be secured during ne coming year. Miss Haskell in her, remarks' alluded o the present nourishing condition ot ho school and its bright prospects for ho future. She also paid a tender ribute to the memory of the two launch and .beloved friends of the nstitntiou who have passed inU ;rest 2OO BAGS BIGGINS' FUREKA FINE SALL For Dairy and Table Use, Lu;14 ib. liuen sacks and 50 Ib. sacks, for sale by J. A.RYREG. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BOOM. Parties intending to buy Real Estate tu the city ol Alton or Tlcliilty will find it to their interest to call at vho office of Kudershaasen & 8onnt»g and examine their list of properties for Bate aa only a part thereof U advertised. apSdwtf J. WILKES FORD & CO. Ol & 83 W. 'Wtt.hlnilon St., Chicago, 111. FELT AND GRAVEL ROOFERS And Dealer* in Booflnff Materials. Our facilities for doing work In Alton are such that we can do the very best quality of Felt and Gravel Roofing, tho aame as In iue on all thenrst-clfUl bnlldlngq.ln Chicago at a lower price than Tin or Iron, and warrant our roofs for flvo years. We also sell materla's wltb fall instruction how to d» tho wrrK or furnish unexperienced man. apUdly during the last year, thp Rev. Truman Post, D. D., of St. Louis, and Mrs. •'oho Mason, ot Cktdfrey. Dr. Post was for 88 years President of tb« Board of Trustees of the Seminary, and In that capacity bns presented her diploma to every grailuntc of the school during that period. His kindly face and gentle words will never be forgotten nnd his character &s judged. and esteemed by those who knew him can best be given concisely in Miss Haskoll's own words: "As presiding officer of the Board of Trustees of Mouticello Seminary, Dr. Post Was resolute but cautUtis; holding decided opinions, tho result of his clear, swift thinking, but expressing such in the tno« courteous speech. As a man, bis nature was grand, yet simple; stalwart, .yet delicate; heroic yet humble, and he united the brain of a sage with the heart of a child." The Association adopted unanimously the resolutions presented by the trustees on tbe occasion of Dr. Post's death, as the expression of their own appreciation of his uure life, his tender devotion to the interests of the school and his irreparable loss to his family and thu Chri 5 - tian world. "Aunty" Mason, as she was lovingly called,was a mother to every Monticello girl. The matron for 10 years in the early days of the Seminary,nnd married in its parlors, sbe loved even thing connected with it, and its growth and prosperity were tier constant delight and admiratien. Her great hope was to live to celebrate its semicentennial, but this was not to be. Every Monticello eirl will tenderly cast a sprig ol evergreen on the yet fresh mound which covers one of the gentlest, truest and kindliest spirits that earth ever know. The arrangements tor celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Monticello Seminary, which will occur on the second Wednesday in June, 1888, are being perfected as rapidly as possible. It is intended to be Indeed a jubilee. Every one who has ever been at Monticello as teacher or pupil is cordially invited to attend, the husbands of those who are married being included. Tent! will be erected on the Seminary campus, a caterer provided and everything done to insure a pleasant tluie. • The Chicago ladies will probably charier a Pullman car .and go in a body. It may not be amiss to say here a word in regard to the gifted woman Mrs. Hattie Vose Bates, whose death has been referred to. Shu was tbe wife of Arlo Bates, editor of the Boston Courier, himself a writer of no small repute. Mrs. Bates came from the Hawthorne stock, and her childhood was spent in the old "House of the Seven Gables." Her facility as a writer was something wonderful, and her ideas were expressed in most delightful stylo. She was a contributor to many of the magazines under the nom de plume of Eleanor Putnam, but witi be perhaps best remembered by her "Salem Papers" in the Atlantic Monthly. .Death cut short a life which had but begun to bear fruit of the richest., rarest kind. FOSTEBBCRG. FOSTEKBUIIO, April II. The clover H looking splendid at present. Mr. Jobn Rammas has sold his saloon and residence to Mr. Julius Itaible for {1,000. We suppose the boom has struck this place. "But entoyment and not sorrow, Is our destined end or way; If you have no money, borrow— Buy n corner lot eacfc day." Mr. Thomas Tltvhenal has fenced In "Fiddlers' Green" thus making a errant improve mcnt In that part of the pleagnre ground. Now fence in bloody coiner and we will be proud. SICK—Mrs. R.V. Jlnktnson is very sick. Dr. Halsey, of ttodfrey, U attending her. Mr. Oharlas Harrison is also quite sick at tbe present writing. We areglad to state that Miss Nellie Thompson who has been ou the sick list is improving in health. Tk« school election last Saturday was not as exciting this spring as It was a year ago, but th« one they would not have last spring was elected by eighteen majority. Miss Lydla Lobblg, who has been visiting in your city for the past two or three weeks, returned home last Saturday. Mias Mecca Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday with friends near Godfrey. Mr. Iks Sorslnuer, of Worden, visited at tbe burg Sunday. FRAGMENTS—Norrts aaya when he goes calling he wants to be called in out of the rain So would 1. Mr. S. Baker haa a new baggy. Several ol our young folks came near bring leu, at Betholto, one night last week. They went over for a good time and from all reports they had It. SPA-VIN. SOAP We do not manufacture Lard, Candles, Butterlne, or any kindred truck) we do not first squeeze the fat and oil out of our stock, and then convert the refuse Into a worthless soap. We are not near stock yards or slaughter houses, buy no diseased or dead animals or refuse material. KILTER SOAP is made of rein; TALLOW, by a clean process, and can ba used freely without danger of having the skin diseased or poisoned. ASK TOTJn QUOCEB FOB XT. EMPIRE SOAP GO. ST. LOUI3. MO- Catarrh to Consumption, Catarrh in its destructive force stands next to and undoubtedly leads on to consumption It Is therefore singular that those afflicted with this fearful disease should not make H the object of their lives to rid themselves o it. Deceptive remedies concoctad by igno rant pretenders to medical knowledge have weakened tho confidence of the great ma Joritj In all advertised remedies. They l»e come resigned to a life of misery rather, than torture themselves with doubtful palliatives But Uils will never dp. Catarrh tnuatb« mot at even* stage aud combatted with al our might. In many cases the disease haa assumed dangerous symptoms. The bones and cartilage of tho nose, the organs of hear ing, of seeing and of tasting so affected as u be useless, tho uvula so elonitPted, thethroa so innaroud and irritated as to produce a constant ane Cibtie-alnc cou«li. Sanford's Itadlcul Cure meets even* Pliapo ot Cat&rrh, from a simple head cold to th most loathsome and destructive stages. It i local and conatimtlonal. Instant Tn rcllov ing, permanent in-curing, sale, economical and never falling. Kacb package contains one bottle ot th Radical Care, one box of tho Catarrhal Solvent, and an Improved Inhalvr with treatise Price |1. Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston. KIDNEY PAINS And that weary, Hfelrss all-gon sensation evor present with those o Inflamed kidneys, weak back an loins, aohlns hips and sides over worked or wornout by disease, debility o dissipation, are relieved In ono minute an speedily cured by tho uuttcura Autl Pul Piaster, a now, orlglnal.olcgant and Infalllbl antidote to pain und Inflammation, At a drugglstt.iftc; live for}!; or ol Pottor Dru to.,llo8ton. Patents. To ny persons wishing to obtain letti'j patent on new inventions, Improvements o clMlgna, I will execute, drawlngii and specifl OMlpn» and make applloatlon* for Patout.- AU oonjraluilon, in person or by l«tte , (ret LHCA8 I'FEIFFENliEKOliR, Alton, HI. Closiiigr Out. The importance of purlfylns the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At Uils season neatly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, nnd eurlch the blood, aud wo ask you to try Hood's n M,,I:OH Sarsaparilla. Ustrengthens reCUIIal and uuilds up tho system, creates an appetite, and tones tho digestion, while it eradicates disease. Tho peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparilla pccul- -|-_. ItcAlf iar curative powers. Ko IVJIIAGII other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. It you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be Induced to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. 1. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. 1OO Doses One Dollar CLOCKS and SILVERWARE. At and Below Cost. Every thing to be sold by 1st of May. Bar gains in Watches and a general line of 1st class Jewelry. JM owls your time for Bargains at F H. Babe's Jetelrj al Isii; Corner Third and Piasa streets; KASK1NE (THE L-TEW QUININE.) ~~ No bad effect No headache Ho nausea, ringing ears C ure> .quickly iPleasant,!"" A POWERFUL TONIC, that the moat delicate stomach will bear. A SPECIFIC FOB MAL.ABIA, RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, and all Germ Diseases FOR COLDS KASKETE HAS BEEN FOUND TO BE ALMOST A SPECIFIC. Superior to Uulnine. Bellevue Hospital,K. T.: "TInivorsally auc cesslul." ("Every patient treated St. Francis Hos.N. T. ] with Itaskino has been (discharged cured " Eev.'Jaa. L. Uall.Chaplain Albany feniten- -jeay, writes that Ka&klne has cured his wife after twenty years suffering from malaria and nervons dyspepsia. Write him lor particulars. St. Joseph's Hospital, N. Y..- "It's -use is considered Indispensable, It acts perfectly.' Proi. W. F. Holcombe, M.D , 5J East 25th St. N.Y. (late Prof. In N. Y, Med. College) writes •Kaskine is superior to quinine in its speclfli power, and never produces tbe slightest In inry to the hearing or constitution.' Thousands upon thousand write that Kas tine h»s cured them alter all otheer medi cine had failed. Write lor book of test! monlals. Kasklue can be taken without any specie medical advice. {1.00 pea bottle. Sold by or sent by moil on receipt of price KASK1NE CO., 54 Warren St., Kcwrorl 10 dwlin LOOKOUT THE CELEBRATED QUICK MEAL FOB SALE AT J, HOFFMANN & SON'S Dealers m STOVES AND HARDTTAKE , Also Outside Work a specialty. Hoofing and Galvanized Iron Work. Also Undertaker's Supplies ALWAYS ON HAND. COB. SECOND AND ALBY 8TS. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Jlenrletto M. Born, deceased. The nnderalgned, having been appointed £xecutor of the last will and testament ot Henrietta M. Bom, late of the county of Undiaon and State of llll.ioia.dc'ocaMil, hereby <ive» notice tbat;he will appear before tho County Court of Madison county, at tho court house, In KilwarcUYlUe, iiitlm Jnne term, on tbe third Monday in Jnnonuxt, at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified und requested to ftttond for the purpose of having the same adjuated. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to tho undersigned. Dated thU 14th day of April. A.D. 1SS7. WILLIAM SOSNTAG. Kieoutor. New and Beautiful Designs Just arrived aud arriving for the "« Spring Trade. WODOW GLASS . A Specialty, from Small to Largest Sizes. , A .tr&» .°i'i 1 vv? llabl f HOUB.PAI DKOOttATIXG ettablUhment of NEFF & OBERMUEUER, Fourth, east of Belle at feblldSin 1887 T BE LATEST ! 1887. JEWEL PNEUMATIC or AIR PRESSURE RANGES, Jlade In four styles. Two and Three Burners, With Tin and JtHSsItt Ovens. <; A; PEKl-ECTiAIr Pressure, without the elevated tank. Pressure is obtained with a weight, not with a pump. Absolutely the safest; simple with no intricate parts. LIGHTS with carburetted air, Instead of oil in a drip cup. Gasoline and Air Tanks are all of 3X Inch seamless brass tubing tinall connecting pipes of heavy anneuled braso.wlth union couplings. One end ol tunk is of glt>ss, showing quantity of oil in same. (Januot be filled whilu burning. : .' The regnlar line of JKWEL STOVES AND RANGES are Improved mechanicallj and artistically. Large double oven lor three burner Uanges; Stand pipes increased in size to one Inch, with large supply valve and trap at base. All ovens are raudo double or .Hue lined apOd4tn PITTS & BAMILL. - - - - Sole Agents. ALCOHOLiqANTIDOTE NON-ALCOHOLIC FOR DYSPEPSIA, URINARY DIFFICULTIES ( .AND ALL NERVOUS D£KAKa£U£HTS. An immediate relief for prostration caused by AiCOHOLIO EXCESSES. A Stimulant which, when taken with Borta, Vichy, Apollinario, Beltxor, or any Sparkling Water, -will supply the Craving for Strong Drink, without Its disastrous results, leaving ttieaytum refreshed and invigorated. Prepared as a HEAVY BYBtrp, most agreeable to take. OKIY BIT THE Being non-alcoholic. It commends Itself ea- peclally to Physicians, Lawyers, Teachers, .Clergymen, Merchants, and other? following sedentary occupations or pursuits^ requiring norye energy. KAGLK PACKET COMPANY. SPRING AEEANGEMEWT. Tbe Steamer r & ce B. •£r H. LEYHB, Master. ) E. Ross POWELI, )ED. llix)CK,Oler« a. On and alter Monday, Feb. 11, the Spread Eagle will run as follows, vUsi LEAVIXG ALTON FOR ST. LOUIS at 7 o'clock a. m., and St. Louis on return trip at 3 p. m., daily. And leaving Alton lor Portage, Jersey Landing, Graf ton, and waj points every evening at 630 o'clock. M-The •Whittle will be noouded fllteei' minutes before starting for St. Louis. To ST. Louis, TWBMTTEIDBS'" VV. *\ ENSI1NGEB, .'Plain and Decorative 60 - • n . - - B on W. HtLI.. Appm- Fast Freight & Passenger Lii.e THE ST. U3VIB AND CEKTUAL ILLINOIS B. H. CD'S J. F. KLUSON, Commander, KP. AN8HOTZ, TKCB UOIIOK, On and after Thursday,Feb. 17th, will leave CoiiHiicncliij; Monday, April 4th, steamer Hudson will leave St. Lotiln lor Alton, 1'ort- ago, Jersey. Grafton and all rmlutg »n St. L & 0.1. It. R., dally, except Sunday, at 8:3> u. ... ., , , . '"varrivliiK st Alton at II a. m. Kuturnlng will leave Alton for St. Louis at5:4» p. in. arriving at St. Louis at 1 :3u in ample time for parties to attend thuatrsa, etc. Parties pur- ohfising round trip tickets will be furnished state rooms without extra cost. Hound trip tickets of Bteamor Sprwid Kagle or Hudson wllllbo honored by clthor boat lor return passage. conneotliwwllh fastuxpreas nn St. Louis and Central lliiuols Uollroud (or Jeneyvillo, Wu- verly, Bpilu«Uuldiiud ull point* north and KAKK. To ST. Luui«,thiKleu-l[ 80c. " " rnunrt trip, .... 7to. '• " twenty iia« tlukut,. , w.«) IlRNUy C. TATVM, Uuii. A«l. Alton. U. A. yi^VIEIt, Oon'l Mnnagnr. Hiinitf ^LX WORK PROMPTLY ATTKKDSD TO AT LOWEST TKUM8. '•"••'• OFFICE AND SHOP Oft SECOND ST., NEAR Wli-SON Tlieie T; uhboatdi ore nado with .1 Ileul Wood rim. ThcBtrong- ott boar^a and but wunen in th< world. For tale by-all dealer). Tike no other. BAG1NA.W M'F'G CO., LATE PAINT Assignee's Sale. ^, r _^. Pubilo notice Is hor>bygf von that byvirJuS of nn order of the county court of MadUon county, State t>f Illinois, thr> uiidertUutd, assign™ of tho D. K. -Sparks Milling OoinP}- ny, will, on FUV»AY,th.J«)ni»«' OF ATWU A. D,. i&7, KOI) ut public auction to tbe high- i'it lilddor lor cash, at tho hour of ten o'clock In thu lorctioon ol mild day at tlio north front door ol the city hall building in the city of Alton, Madison county, Illiuoli, <jiofollowing (Ivi-crlboil teRl'esuw, to-wlt: Lot thirteen !1;I,' In Alton Manufacturing Company's addition to thu ultynl Alton, county ot Madison and Stntti of ll||t>oln: a deed will be made to thu purchaser UIK>H Hppioval of tbe report of 8ulu by tha county court of Madison oo. flio u.iovo property being th,o present reil" dence of Oapt, D. jf. Sparks. , , FRANK It, MILNOB, AMlgncuof the I). U. 8muk« Milling Co.

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