Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1887 · Page 3
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o ALTON DAILY TSEEGRAFH, FRIDAY EVE., APKIL 29. HOT ICE TO ADVERTISERS, For the year 1887 we fib nil charge the following rates tor transient notices In our local columns: v Ptr 1AM. Single Insertion ... 10 cents. Three to five insorttona, • • 1 " Six to twelve liunrtlons, . . B KATES OF ADVERTISING! TiUNStBHT,— FIFTY cents per Inch first Insertion, and T)rBJfry>FIYK cents per Inch for each subsequent insertion, $3 por tntU first month, $1.80 par Inell each month thereafter. J-^GAL ADVERTISING! $1 por Inch for the first insertion, and 00 cents por Inch for ench subsequent Insertion. W Above rates will be gtilotly adhered to. TUB DAILY XKUSOBAPU 18 Uellverod by carriers to all parts of tlio olty of Alton and Upper Alton, lor ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of 58.20 per year. THE TKLEGHAril has tho largest circulation ot any paper In Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. OonNBB T1IIIID AND 1'IASA. 8TBBKI8. TBLB- I'IIOMSNO.88. Newest Gloves.at Plorson & Carr Dry Good* Go's. It THE St. Louis browns defeated Ike Cleveland nine yesterday, 13 to 11. New Potatoes, at Doterding's. It TUB bridge over Shield's branch at the lower part of tho city, is still closed, repairs not having been made. Ladies' Flexible Bole, Easy shoos.-— Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It ^ Meiuembor at $1.50, $2.00 and $2.60 we lead nil competition en Bhoes—Star Shoe Storo. It THIS fuueral of Charles Lester, son uf Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Btprk, took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from tho family residence on Bluff street, Archdeacon, F. M. S. Taylor, of St. Paul's, officiating. IK Eighth street is to be made an cast and west boulevard, which it ought to be, wo hope tho grade will be so changed as to make a gentle and uniform slope from Lnngdon to Alby street. It can be done at slight expense and with* out injury to private property. Tho present grade between the two streets named instead of being a uniform incline IB a series of bumps and depressions. In future let our street improvements be done right. Men's Soudan Congress aud Button shoes.—Star Shoe Storo, Big 102., It THE Baptists of Carpenter, this county, will dedicate their new church next Sunday) Dr. Bulkley officiating. A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are tho best cigars in the market. AN addition has been made to the sidewalk on Short street, adjoining Mr. Charles Phinney's wholesale store. 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 excursionists to Piasnqua, yesterday, whose trip on tho Hudson we mentioned last evening, had a pleasant time and were favorably impressed with the {assembly grounds as a site for a-summer hotel. The officers of the St. Louis & Central Illinois railroad who were on board, as. well as the officers oJ tho boat, did all in their power to make the occasion agreeable. The project of extending the railroad from Elsah and Alton was canvassed and its feasibility demonstrated. The directors of tho road are anxious to make the extension and expect soon to hove a proposition to submit to our council and citizens. SOLD1EB8' UEUN10N. At the meeting of conitnittoernon and others, held at City Hall last evening, an informal conference was held, the subject was discussed m its various phases and it was resolved to hold a meeting of tho Executive committee to* day. The Executive Committee hold a meeting this morning at McKinney & Hewitt's office and arranged fdr a distribution of the subscription lists among the Bub-comruittoes of each business. It is desired these committees enter hn» mediately upon tho canvass and report at a meeting which will bo held in Council Chamber Thursday eve., May 6th, whoro further steps will be taken to make this occasion a success. By order of EXECUTIVE COM. SPECIAL COUNCIL. MEETING. There will be a special meeting of the City Council, at tho Council Chamber, Tuesday afternoon, May 3d, at which lime the Mayor's inaugural address will bo delivered, the appointments of officers and committees an- nouncod, and such other business trans* acted as may come before the meeting. H. G. to'PIKE, 27dtd Mayor. RECOLLECTIONS OF EAKLl SCHOOL DAYS OF DIS. NO. 1, JUOBO TOWNSHIP. Dress goods AT JIAIUUAUE LICENSES. has « >H UO 1T/\T TYE'W'C Second stroet.noar JX> JiUl'D .till bt corner ol llonry — FOK— JFINE ' STATIONERY, Such as Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard Papers. Ilurlbut's French Linens, Eclipse ttUKgeJ Kdize, Elite Uaggod Edge, Balmoral Linen. Griffin's Unon, Turkey Laid Linon, Peach Blow, Mikado, Ohm-rod Edge, Cream Laid, Mourning Note, aud a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated btatlpnery. Donnlson's Wax and Seals. School Tabletu and Stationery.^ ___ dS5?ilwly_ PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CaEAP FOB CASH ON TIME PAYMENTS llanos and Organs tuned and repaired . Sew- osite Ina Machines repaired, onlnos. N. --. — Music Dealer, Third street,* nearly o Belle, Alton 111 *--' WATCH lAKGAlNS IN JOB'S VCKW/ "MBS. I>. HJBITKAMP'S, AUktndsofFanoy.Hand made, Knit andOro- cu-tgooas. lIoods.Tobaggans and Mlts. Men's BoariB and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowing Mid Stamping Dono. Come and give us» call. Oon'tforgfit'.heiilaoe .IncB'lwlv VEGETATION, which made but little progress last week owing to cold weath- er.is now coming forward rapidly. Choice creamery butter, 25 cents a pound at W. W. Davis' Creamery, Second and Henry streets. d2t* $100,COO have been raised In St Louis to entertain tho G. A. R. Boys at the national encampment in that city next September. New Ginghams and Prints, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co's. It INDICATIONS for Illinois; Fair weather; variable winds, generally shitting to west and south"; nearly stationary temperature. For Sale—Two mocking birds. Inquire at this offiee. 18 d 2w THE willow cutlers have made quite a clearing on the island opposite State struet. Tho cuttings are loaded on barges and taken to repair the dike at Cap au Gris. Don't be deceived as to prices m Clothing, tho Globe sells the best goods for the least money, 28 2 wit THE Illinois Grand Lodge A. O. U. W. elected George M. Hill, of Mur-. phvsboru, Grand Master Workman, and C. R. Matson, of Chicago, Oven seer. Pierson & It Deputy Clerk Ruderahaasen issued a marriage license to: . Mr. John M.. Bright, of Upper Alton, and Miss Ellen Cull, of Venice. Chipped Beef and Smoked. Beef Tongue, at Deterding's. It Up TTlttt Iho Season. John Leyser, the well known confectioner, is always up with the.times and is now prepared to serve the public with ice cream, soda water and lemonade. Tropical fruits, nuts, candies and seasonable delicacies always on hand. 29 8 COONTY BOAKO. Rid Gloves, all colors, at Carr Dry Goods Co 1 *. The first meeting of the new Board ef Supervisors wi'l be held Monday, May 9th, at Edwardsville. Excursion. The ladies of the Unitarian church will give a daylieht excursion on the steamer Hudson, Saturday, April 30th. Boat will leave at 11:80 a. m. Round trip tickets 50 cts.; children half price. At one o'clock lunch*will be served by the ladies, Priee 25o. There will be an excellent opportunity for all to see the beautiful scenery andjenjoy a pleasant ride. Good music will be in ats tendance. ap!6 28 28 29 Artistic Photography. Messrs. Collins & Wallace, the popu«. lar 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 aud a correct likeness. 27 4 I5c —OALL AT— C-M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOll THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and Saucers, 30c per sot. Good 8-incb. Plates, 30c per set. Meat Dishes, 5o to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 5o to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc por sot. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75c each. Beautiful Decorated English Dm- »er Sets, $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber Sets, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per sot. • Best quality of. Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 nor sot. Triple Plntod Forks- 81.50 per sni AN express train on the Southern Pacific road was stopped by robbers near Tucson, Arizona, Wednesday, and the express car robbed of $6,000, The passengers were not molested. For Kent. ' / On Fourth street, south side, between George and Langdon, brick house. Inquire of'Mr. Beum,adjacent house.— Alfred Browne. .. ap26tf Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to . WHIPPLB & BMILEy. PEUSONAL. SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Parts of all all Machines. We have now the B, & G-.-Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and machines E. H. GOULDING. Our Millinery boom increuseth at the wide awafto Globe 28 2 wl t SALE OF A HOTEL—Mr. Samuel Williams has sold the Central Hotel to Mr. Pennifold, lato of Godfrey, who wilt assume possession tomorrow. Mr. Williams will hereafter devote his lime to the sale of tho Model Bod Spring. Wo have tho largest,stock of clothing over in Alton, good qualities, low prices, always at tho Globe. 28 2 wit EDWARIJSYILLB^B arranging for a soldiers' reunion on the 4th of July. Why not oorao over here and moot with the Central Illinois Soldiers' assooin-. lionP Every old soldier in Madison County, should be hero to meet his comrades from a distance. Split 1'oas, at U Have you tried thoso Connor's? RESIDENTS of Middletowu are complaining bitterly of tho depredations of cows that aro allowed to roam the streets in that locality. Tho ofllcors should enforce tho ordinance strictly In regard to cowc< running at large and protect tho right of tho property owners. Our Factory ;shoos load them all ,— Star Shoo Storo. Rig 102, U Hon. F. K. Milnor, ex-Mayor of Litchh'eld, was m town this morning. Mr. Jerry Mathews, a well known Alton typo, is in town again from liot Springs, Ark. Judge Cook, «( Edwardsvllle, was in town last evening. Mrs. F. M. S. Taylor has gone to New York with her mother, Mrs. Seymour, of Springfield. Tho latter sails for Europe next month. C. P. Smith, Esq., of Fort Russell Township, who, it will be remembered, is now journeying m tho Holy Land, has an interesting letter la the Edwards* villo Republican of April 27th. Hon. Jehu Baker has returned from Washington to his home .at Belleville. Mrs. C. S. Leech has returned from a month's visit with relatives at Jorsoys villa. ILLINOIS IU1UVA? COMMISSION. Si'iUNQFiEi.0, III.. April V8.-Tho Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners today considered tlu> petition of oiltzuns of Alton, asking that it request tho Chicago and Alton railroad to run all its pausonger trams through that city instead of having part of them pass by tlio cut-off. The Commissioners lirul that five passenger trains of this road rim south and four north, daily, and therefore decide that the passongcr facilities are amplo an'd deny tho prayer of tho petitioners. Head between tbo linos this decision moans that if tho C. & A. road continues to run its fant Kansas City trains over tho "out off" it will bo obliged to erect a depot at Upper Alton uuil atop its trains there for tho bonolit of puaeun- gors. I propose to cob nek fifty years and give some events that happened In tho early settlement ot this township. Just think, fifty years ago and tho many changes that hare taken place since; particularly In tho way school* wero taught then. In comparison to tho schools taught now. 1 will go bank to the year 1838, two years before my birth, and state that from the old settlers I have learned that the fltet school In this township was taaght tn a log hut built by Alex. Miller for tlio benefit of his own children; that waa In 1835. Tho school was taught by Oalrln Drcunnn. In the year 1838 the first public school house was built on land owned by Isaac Freuitt, now owned by A. L. Eorubaok. The building was an old log house bought of Hobort Tlndull who lived at that time where Charles Krinard now lives. The description and dimensions of said school houie were about as follows, to tho best of my recollection. It was of round logs about 18z20 with a six foot chimney in tho west end, composed of logs, sticks and mud. The floor was of rough oak boatdi, procured from Foster's water saw mill, that stood where the Iron bridge now stands on tho Bunker Bill and Alton road. There was only one door. In the south side of the buIldlnK,.mado of clap boards. For light wo had a short space cut out on the north side and cast end, about throe lights 6x6 in each space, which did not afford muchllKht. Tho desks were made of rough oak boards and occupied tho west ond and north side next to the wall. The seats wero made of slabs with wooden plni in the ends for legs, without backs. Thereof was made of clap boards laid on loose and fastened by laying ridge poles on top and pinned to hold them to their places. The celling was also o£ rouch oak boards which were placed on the joints which wore of round poles. 1 have given in brief tho dimensions of tho first school house built in iioro township. The object of ;bulldlng it In the timber was to bo handy to the hickorys, for the teachers In those days did not spare the rod II my recollection serves me right. Tho lirst school taught in tho above de* scribed mansion was taught by Calvin Drennan, at $8 per month, boardedjuround. Ilenrv Ilart, Jlllct Llsouiu than W. S. Palmer. Palmer being the first teacher I went to I propose to give a brief history ol his teaching and rules, &c., as ho had a way of impressing things ouonernindwhlcnl -will never lor- got. Palmar was a student of Shurtleff College having worked for Win. GUI to earn money to go to college, lie taught for $12 n month and boarded around as was the custom I do not remember whether Mr. Puluier had a certificate or not. 1 remembor, yours afterwards ore teacher had a certificate quallfy > - ing her to teach as far us fractions; that is tho way It road. Whether Mr. Palmer had a certificate or not, I can truly say he waa tho best teacher I over went to. His rules are fresh In my mind to-day and I propose to give somo of them which wero laid down the first day of school and had to ba strictly obeyed until the last day of school: 1. Scholars had to bo on the school ground before eight o'clock, unless kept at homo by their parents, then they had to give a strict account. 2. WTilsporing was positively prohibited. 3. No swearing or profane language on the school ground or on tho road to or from school. 4. Scholars wore not allowtid to stop at We FEEL andfENOW we are offering an assortment of ;. DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. STANDARD GOODS Of all kinds. NEWEST STYLES and COLORS in MOST RECENT MAKES, BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS UP. And all at Piersofl & Carr WHITE ROSE. JOCKEY CLUB. PANSY BLOSSOM. STEPHANOTES. COLOGNE and VIOLET. VICTORIA. FRANGIPANNI. MIKADO COLOGNE BAY RUM in bulk. a neighbor's house unless requested by their parents. Then tho fiuts had to bo nado known. I Concluded tomorrow. 1 The exhausted and drowsy feelings, common to spring time, indicate an impure aud sluggish condition of the blood, which may bo remedied by the use of Ayer's Sursapanlla. It is tho most powerful, and, a'« tho samo time, economical blood purifier known. dwlw "There goes Mio cnampion light weight of Harlem." "That sof Ho doesn't look like a fighter." "Ho isn't; he's a coal dealer."—-flew York- Bun, —GO TO— SEELY & SON HEADQUARTERS FOR P8BBT, ffiioi Wes, Bill anfl loll Picture Frames, Brackets, Base Balls .and Bats, Croquet Sets, etc, A full line of School Books, Scratch Books and School Supplies- Remember the place: - _ THIRD STREET; - • OFF. BELLE. GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, Local Option on the llnuls. It is Boston now that wants tho long and short haul clause suspended in bor ftiror. Why not amend the law so as to give tho railroads and cities local option on the. olauseP—• Detroit Free Press. DIKll. P1KUOK—At Whitehall. Anrll 28th, Mrs. la- r»ul 1'lorco, uued 80 years. LKAOH—At Jeraoyvlllo, April 'Jlth, Drury 0. I/eaoh, lined 73 yours. OIIAPi'KUv—On April 13d, Mr». Maggie II,, wile ol Kpbralm Ohuupell, of Uttorvlllo, 111,, aged S3 years. The best for the Money. iron Wo regret to learn that tho Chicago Anarchists have disbanded. Wo havo always thought they should hang together ,~-PhHadelj>Ma Frets, Ocean Passage Tickets M LOWEST IUTKS of tho OUNAHI), WHITH UTAH, aud AI,I,AN IJNti; also of all OKHMAN and FHKN01I UNKB, Apply to BUDJIBSIIAUSKN & SONNTAO, Alton, III, JJ SIS.

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