Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 28, 1887
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CD If UO IT/\T "mnWO Second atreot.near IX) O\fjuIfJil£t O| corner ol Huury ' '" -FOR- FINE I STATIONERY, Such as Crane's Floral, Whiting's Standard — ' UI11UI1, U11111I1 B IJlUUllj .LUlAOjr «J**»W *....uu, Peach Blow, Mikado, Charred Edne, Cream Laid, Mourning Note, and a lame assortment ot. Illuminated and D»oorated Btatlonory. Dennlson's Wax and Seals. School Tablets and Stationery. deoodwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! OaEAF FOE CASH ON TIME -PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired! Sewing Machines repaired. Supplies for all Machines. . N. D. LAJIOUEUX, aj,uslo Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. .t-.d.t.~i« WATCH rOB THE BARGAINS IN JOB'S NKW COB. nuna>iNG, UKNBY ST., AT MBS. D. HKITKAMP'S, AUktndrf'of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- enH goods. noods.TobagganB and Mils. Mon'e Scan's and Fascinators at very low prices, Also Dressmaking. I'lain and Family Sowing and Stamping Uwio. Come and give us a call. Oon'Uorget'hpPlace -In -HALL AT— C-M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOB THE ' "• •; LOWEST PBICB8; Good Cups and Saucers, SOcper set. Good 8-inch Plates, 80o per set. Meat Dishes, '5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to SOc each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Hall-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, lOo per. set. , Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Beautiful Decorated English Dinner Sots; $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber Sots, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per set. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.60 uer sot. ' Triple Phtod Forks $1.00 per SRI, A few fine Bronzes left at Kobe's nlofling'out aalo. 26 3 THE C. P. ohureh sociable will meet with '• Mrs. Edmund Beall tomorrow evening. ' ' ." ' '' • A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Nominger's Fig and Magno!a itro the beat cigars in the market. Castors, Butter and Pickle dishes be- ow cost, at Rabe's closing out sale. • *'' . , 20 3 A complete line of Spring and Sunn mer Goods for Gent's Wear, /lately received by H. C. G. Moritz, Third street. ... ,•.'•:.•- rnchl? tf THE TELEGRAPH believes that Alton will have another box factory before many moons roll by. Ladies' and Misses' Opera Slippers, '6c.—Star Shoe 8tore,:Bifi; 102. It In table cutlery only Soup Spoons eft, they will be sold cheap, at Kabe's ilosing out sale. . 268 SEVENTEEN thousand persons have igned the Murphy temperance pledge it Chicago, and donned the blue ribbon. SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Parts of all 1 all Machines, we have now the B, & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Kug Patterns and machines E, H. GOULDINO. AlTOfr DAJII THURSDAY EVfc., AP1RL 28. NOTICE V0 AUVEBTUEBS, For the year 1887 w« shall euwfce the (ol< lowing rates lor transient nt>tlce» In our looM columns: , ' L. .-• •.-.••' ' ; :' .,••.'.-''' ' , ,,, PtfttM, Single Insertion v i '••.-. 10 cents. Throe to uve insertions, i. . 7 " Six to twelve 1 Insertions, ," . B " BATES OF ADVERTISING! .— PUTTY cents per ineh Drat Insertion, and TtrJitFTr-FIVS cents per Inon for oaoh subsequent insertion. , 13 per Inch flrat .month, $1.60 per inch '.each month thereafter. ' '' . Jl por inch for tlio .flret iMerttfm, and BO centa per Inch for oaoh nub'sequenl Insertion. 49* Above rates will be strictly adhered to. THE DAIL* TKUCOBAPH IB delivered by carriers to all'parts of tuocltyot Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of $0.20 per year. THE TELEGRAPH lias tho largest circulation of any paper in Alton, and is the best medium for advertisers, aontJBU XliUlD AND PIASA. STKBBTS. TELE- 1IONK NO. 38. GHEAT May sale of dry goods. For mrticulars road Messrs. H. J. Bowman & Co's new advertisement. Fresh Lake'fish, fresh Oysters at Connor^s. It New Ginghams • and Satteens at 'ierson & Corr Dry Goods Go's. It For Sale—Two mocking birds. In. quire at this office. 18 d 2w THE most of the stock of the Alton improvement Association, $25,000, is aken, that is $22,500 has been subscribed and the remainder is engaged. This is an 'important enterprise and one of the. company says that it menus a street railway on Henry street, as well as other needed improvements. Tongues and Sounds at Connor's. It A STEADY BO«M.—One of our leading merchants remarked today that Alton was growing steadily and substantially and that the prosperity of the place would, undoubtedly, be lasting. He called attention to the big business scorn that this city had when thousands of soldiers were here on guard duty d«ring the war. When the soldiers left, after the war, a reaction came that it took years to recover from. Don't be deceived as to priqes in Clothing, the Globe sells the best goods for the least money. 28 2 wit Hand sewed, hand welt Men's factory shoes.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It DIED—Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stark were today bereaved by the death of their son, Charles Lester, a fiuo boy and the pride of inn parents 1 hearts, after an illness of nearly a week. The' disease was , membranous croup {and although the little sufferer received every care and skillful medical attention, it availed not. The many friends of the bereaved parents will deeply sympathize with them in their affliction. Funeral tomorrow at 2 p. in. from residence on bluff street. Ladies' Shoes in French ICid, Curacoa Kid, machine or hand turned, a, b, o, d, e or,f .width?.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It Our Millinery boom morcasoth at the wide awafco Globe ' • 28 2 wit A FIRST CLASS RECOMMENDATION— Wi F. Mitchell, M. D., of Lancaster, Mo., recently procured some pictures from Collins & Wallace, the artistic photographers, of ibis city. He writes as follows: "April ipth, Senator Bruce of Mississippi remarked to me the other day that I ought to preserve the negative for I could never expect to get a bettor likeness anywhere than the cabinets you took for mo. I shall give you another order in a little while." Such an unsolicited recommendation speaks well for the excellence of the work of Alton artists. Now Seersuckers in latest styles at Plerson & Cnrr Dry Goods Go's It THE wheat along the Grftftotv road never looked better at this season. Come In and tee our display of White Bed Spread*, at Pierson & Oarr Dry Goods Co'a. , It We have the largest stock of clothing ever in Alton, good qualities, low prices, always at the Globe. 28 2 wit A mot shower of; rain last night caused vegetation to look bright and green this morning. TUB eight page Weekly edition of the TELEOHAPU is Issued today and is for sale at this office and the bookstores. VVnv not locate a summer hotel at Hop Hollow or Chiton? As fine sites can be found there as any near Blsah, with the advantage of being nearer town. RBTDKNID TOURISTS.—Mrs; W. 0. Quigloy, Mrs. J. E. Hayner, Mrs A. 8. Haskeli, Miss Helen Haskell, Misses Alice and Virginia Quigley, and Mr. Jos. T. Quigley, returned from California yesterday where they spent the winter. Miss Susie Quigley remains at LOB Angelas with her brother, Cyrus E. TnKKK is one [man in Alton who hasn't,discovered Umt the election is over. That man is- the editor of the Alton Banner. Not content with venting his spleen upon the TELEGRAPH in Gorman he insists on making an exhibition of hia feelings in a column of bad English. The editor of the Banner probably knows more now than he did before election and we hope it Will do him good. , A SUMMER HOTEL.—A party of gen» clemen of. this city are taking steps to organize a company to build a hotel at Piasaqua, the noted summer resort between Elsah and Graf ton. There is no doubt but that the enterprise would pay well and it Alton capitalists take he lead in the matter 'the enterprise is 1 Dound to be a;great success/ Piasaqua, as a place to spend the heated term, is unequalled in this part of the country, and affords a refuge from heat, dust and the rush of trade and traffic that all can appreciate. The grounds rave just been put in improved order under the direction of Rev. J. A. Soar- ritt and the place looks quite inviting. A party of gentlemen went up to the proposed site on the 'steamer Hudson ,his noon, to examine the merits of the enterprise. Among them were Messrs. J. E. Hayaor. H. G. M'Pike, Geo. R. Hewitt, L. Pfeiffenberger, H. R. Phinney, G. W. Milnor, T. H. Perrin, S. S. Foster, J. F. McGinms, J. J. Melrier-, ney, Geo. F. McNulty, E. H. Lahee and others whose names we did not learn. For Rent. On Fourth street, south side, between George and Langdon, brick house. Enquire of Mr. Boom,adjacent house.— Alfred Browne. ap25tf Money to loan on improved farm orojperty. For particulars, apply to ' WHIPPLE & SMILEY. KIYKJi HEWS. The river is falling. This evening's packets are: The Spread Eagle for Grafton; Hudson for St. Louis, Gem.City for Kookuk and josie for St. Paul. To Oil Consumers. , The undersigned will canvass the city every other day and take orders for gasoline and coal oil, and deliver same on short notice. E. PATT1SON [6> Co. . tuth.s !tE«UNlON t JUEETING. Remember the meeting at City Hall this evening toj/orward^the preparations for the Soldier's reunion, July 4th and 5th. The members of the recently appointed sub-committees are especially requested to be present, .as well as ail others interested. Excursion. . The ladies of the Unitarian , church will give a daylight, excursion on the steamer Hudson, Saturday, April 30th. Boat .will leave at 11:80 a.m. Round trip tickets 50 ots.; children half price. At one o'clock lunch jwill be served by the ladies. Prlee 26o. There will be an excellent opportunity for all to see the beautiful scenery and(eujoy a pleasant ride. Good music will bo in ats tendance. apl6 23 28 29 ' ; Artistic 1'hotograpliy. .Messrs. Collins & Wallace, the popus lur photographers, are making a specialty of copying and enlarging portraits or photographs in India ink,oil or water colors. Do not give your orders to irresponsible drummers, but patronize homo artists and bo sure of getting superior work and u correct likeness. 27 4 SPECIAL COUNCIL JHEETIHG. There will bo a special meeting of tho City Council, at the Council Chamber, Tuesday afternoon, May 8d, at which time the Mayor's inaugural address will bo delivered, the appoint* mcnts of ollioors and committees an» nouncod, and such other business trans* acted as may come before the mooting. H. Q. M'PIKJV 27dttl Mayor. PERSONAL. Rev', and Mri. J. A. Scarntt, of Jer. seyvllle, were in town today- i Mr. Eh Chalk, of Springfield, Is In the city on his way home from B.ansas. Station agent Ogle, the C. & &* popular representative at Godfrey, spent part of the day In town. Mr. Thoa. H. Coppinger, after a visit with relatives here, will leave this evening for his home at Omaha. Mr. H. Wilaon arrived home from Texas, this morning. He was seriously ill for.Bcvcral days, m El Paso, but, wo are glad to state, Is now convalescent. Mr. Chas. Stone, of Oenlson, Texas, who came up to attend the funeral of S. C. Moore, of-.Roodhouse, is spending a'few days with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Largent. Col. Brenholt was In Springfield yea* tcrday on legal business, and in the evening attended the Governor's reception. He reports a strong feeling in the Legislature in favor of Alton as one of the four points for the location of tbe State fair provided U is not located permanently at Springfield. UPPER ALTON. DEFEATED—Upon conference with the State Attorney-General, the Town Council have come to the conclusion that the proposition to incorporate this town as a city, under the general law, was defeated at tho recent election. It is proper to say that the opinion of the Attorney General, under which this conclusion is reached, is not shared by a majority of the Council, but desiring to be on the safe side, they will record the proposition as lost and proceed under the old charter. FENCES—The State law does not recognize a wire fence as a lawful fence but leaves to the fence, viewers of each township the question of what shall constitute a legal fence m their township. The adoption of the following committee report, at the recent Town meeting, settles this,question for the town of Woodrlver:' We, tbe committee, appointed to recommend what should constitute a lawful fence, would submit the following: Fosts to bo set eight feet apart; a barbed wire not over two inches from the ground; then a three inch space and a six inch fence plank; next two barbed wires with a three inch space each; not one barbed wire with a four inch space; next two barbed wires six inch spaces; next, one barbed wire with seven inch space; next, a six inch plank six inches from wire; next, a burbed wire four inches from plank. Total height from bottom to top of tence, 4 1-2 foet. PERSONAL — Last Sunday was the birthday of Prof. E. Wyraan, LL.D. Principal of the Institute that bears bis name. He has attained the good age of seventy-two. From his looks one would rate him at about fifty; but judged by the fruits of bis forty years of educational work he could well claim a century of ordinary men's hves. •Judge D. S. Alvord, of .Bethany, Mo., a student at tihurtlbff in 1858, spent a day here. Rev. W:'P. Everett being unwell, Uev. Dr. Kin'gsbury preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning. Miss Ella M. Osborn will close her term of school at Wood River this week and after spending a few days with friends here will return to her home m Troy. • Real Estate Sales of Record. Mi B. Clark and wife to John Mc» Caslln, wd,lot48, Summit street, Alton Manufacturing Co. add, Alton, $1. John McCaslin and wife to Mary Brown, w d, same'lot as above, $500. Wm. J. Hill, by master, to Edward M. Hugo, d, pt lot 16 blk 10, Pope & oth add, Alton, $129.98. • C. W. Leverett to Frank Elwell, w d, lots 8 and 9 blk 5, Salu add, Upper Alton, $400. ...... • John Cruse and wife to Dorothea Ull- rlob.w d, lot 5 blk 8 "E»Hunter & Em-. erson's add. Alton, $900. , James Stars, to Valentine Womrich, w d, lot 13 blk 46, Hunter's add. Alton, $160. Maria Britz to Valentine Weinrioli, w d, lot 14 blk 46, Huntor'a add, Alton, $900. Luke Brennan to Dorothea Ullrich, w d, lot 9, blk 5, • Hunter's add. Alton, $1,200. • : A. F. Bailey and wife to,A. J. Kellenberger, w d, eJl-2 sw Ii4, sec 18, 6, 10, (subject &o,) $1,800. DIED. STARK—In this city, at 12 o'clock to-Jiiy Ohurloa Loator,|sou of Mr. and Mrs. Oharles Stark, aged 6 years, 0 mouths. Funeral will take plaeo to-morrow, at 2 p. m. from the family residence on Bluff street, Friends and acquaintances are Invited to attend. Man Wants nToulo When there la a lack of elastic energy In tlic system, shown by a sensation of languor and unrest In the morning, frequent yawning during the day and disturbed bleep at night, Ilostettor's Stomach Hitters lufubos unwonted energy Into tho enfeebled and nervous, endowing ttioui with muscular enow, an ablll- Ity to repose healthfully, and digest without inconvenience. Nervousness, headnolie, bil- lousnoBH, Impaired appetite and a feeble troublesome stomaoli.aroiUl and speedily sot right by this ttiatouloas regulator and Inylg- oriint. Tho mineral, among 'thorn strychnia and nuz vomlcu, are never ante tonics, oven In Infinitesimal doses. The Bitters answers tho purpose more effectually, and can bo ro- llod upon as perfectly safe by tho inoat'prud- out. Fever ;«nd ague, kidney troubles and to It. VOIt Ocean Passage Tickets 'MLOWKST HATES Of tllO (JUNAUI), WIHTB BTAa, and ALLAN LINE; also of nil OEKUAN and FUENOU LINES, Apply to BUDEKSHAUNUN & HONNTAO, Alton, III, m \-y, Dress goods fl AT We FEEL an assortment of we are offering DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. STANDARD GOODS of all kinds, NEWEST STYLES and COLORS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK OOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at & Carr D. B, Co, WHITE ROSE. JOCKEY CLUB, PANSY BLOSSOM. STEPHANOTES. COLOGNE and VIOLET. VICTORIA. FRANGIPANNI. MIKADO COLOGNE BAY RUM in bulk. —GO TO— SEELY&SON HEADQUARTERS FOR Panel, WQI Picture Frames* Brackets, Base Balls and Bats, Croquet Sets, etc. A full line of School Books, Scratch! Books and School Supplies- Remember the ulace * THIRD STREET; ... - OPP. BELLE. GOLD and SHIRTS, The best for the Money,

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