Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 30, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 30, 1887
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o> • n r i Second street,noar I'O HUJllUaJW Q, corner 01 Ilenry -FOU- FINE : STATIONERY, Such 03 Crime's Floral, Whiting's Standard Papers, Hurlbut's French Linens, Eclipse liagged Edge, Elite Rugged Bdge, Balmoral Linen, Grlflln's Linen, Turkey Laid Linen, J'ouoli Blow. Mikado, Charred Ed«o, Cream Laid. Mourning Note, and a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationary. Donnlson's Wax and Souls. School Tablets acd Stationery. decBdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CHEAP FOB OASII ON TIME PAYMENTS llanos and Organs tuned and repaired. Sowing Machines repaired Supnlles (or all Machines. N. D.LAMOEEUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. UacBdifly WATCH rOB THE BARGAINS IN JOB'S NEW COB. BUILDING, HENRY ST,, AT MBS. I>. HICITKAMP'S, All kinds of Fancy, Haud made, Knit and Oro- on-tgooua. IIooda.Tolmggana and Mils. Men's Scan's and Fascinators at vory low prices. Also Dressmaking. I'laiu and Family Sewing ana Stamping Done. Gome and idve us o call. Don 1 1 forgot the nlace dneBilwIv —UALL AT— 5 C-M- Crandall's Crockery Store FOU THE LOWEST PRICES; Good Cups and.Saucers, 30opoi' sot. Good 8-inch Plates, 80c per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, So to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15c per set. Crystal Glass Goblets, 20o per set. Fruit Saucers, lOo per set. Fruit Dishes,- 5c to 75o 'each. Beautiful Decorated. English Dm- »er Sots, $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber .Sets, 10 pieces, only .$2.75 per sot. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 nor set. Triple Phtod Forks 81.50 per HIT. SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Machines. We have now the B. & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and machine s E. H. GOULDINGL ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY EVE., APttIL SO. | NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS, For tlie year 1887 wa shall charge the following ratos for transient notlaei In our loo&l columns: Single Insertion Three to flvo Insertions, . . "r BU to twelve insertions' , . 6 " KATKS OF ADVERTISING: TiuiisiBHT.-y/jpTr cents per Inch first Insertion, and TWKNTr-yiril cents p«r Inch for oaoh subsequent insertion. $3 per inuh first month, $1.50 par Inob each month thereafter. LEGAL ADVERTISING: $1 per inch for the first insertion, and 50 cents per Inch for each subsequent Insertion. JW Above rates will be stilotly adhered to. , 80CCET1 BPKAY. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH 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 $8,20 per year. THM TELKOBAPH has the largest circulation -of, any paper in Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. OOUMBB TIIIR1> AND PlASA BTRKKTS. TBLB- I'HONK NO. 88. ADDITIONAL looal matter on second Page. MK. M. a. Boats has laid a substantial plank sidewalk in front of bis property ccrner ot Sixth and Alby streets. Another lot of those fine Crinkle Seersuckers at 15s.— Haagen & Fuess D. tt. Co. d w n S. S. CONVKNTION— The convention of the Illinois Sabbath School Associa- Uon will be held at Deoatur, May 10 to 12. INDICATIONS for Illinois; Fair weather, followed by local showers: southerly winds, becoming variable: cooler in western portion. MR. Geo. Hoffman has bought from Rev. Jog. Earp the north half of lot 3, blk 36, for $820. This properly is on Easton'street, between Sixth and Seventh . , Elegant new design, Dress goods in grey mixtures 86 inches wide at 25c.— Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods Co. dwlt THE attention of housekeepers is called to the fact that A. J. Degenhardt, Second street, near Henry, is sole agent for Buck's Brilliant gasoline stoves. See advertisement. Applications to teach in the Upper Alton Public Schools will be received for May 10 to May 31, 1887, certificate or copy of marking to accompany application. — John Leve'rett, Secretary Board of Education. a wktd THE St. Louis and Central Illinois will shortly build a summer hotel on the bluffs of the Mississippi at some point between Grafton and Alton. It also has in contemplation the extension of its line to Alton during the summer.— (flobe Democrat. A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Nominger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H.C. G. Moritz, Third street. mchl7 tf A PHILADELPHIA paper says: "Miles of now houses will be erected in Philadelphia this year." It should be remembered that Philadelphia is the great oity of building associations. Hence there is a perpetual building boom there. Choice creamery butter, 2fi cents a pound at VV. W. Davis 1 Creamery, Second and Henry streets. d2l* THE bill prohibiting base ball playing on Sunday, which was passed the House Thursday, was sent to the Senate yesterday, where it will take the regular course. The opinion of Senators is that it will pass that body. For Sale—Two mocking birds. In. quire at this offiee. 18 d 2w DIBU.—Mr. Martin L. Jung, editor of the Collmsvilte Progress, died April 22d, after a protracted' illuess. His funeral took place on the Sunday following from the Lutheran ohurohv Mr.,Jung' was an estimable gentleman and loaves many attached friends to mourn his death. Just received in fifty shades and'do" signs, new Dross Goods at the Globe. ^_ (lit SUWIUSB PARTV.—The Misses Sotier were the recipients of a surprise party last evening; a pleasant affair and a complete success, both in inception and consummation. The refreshments, taken by the party, woro utilized to forma most attractive supper; music, vooal and instrumental, was a promU nont feature and danciug WPS the principal recreation, A new Invoice of 60 cent Kid gloves just, received at II, F. Lohnu'a. It SOCIABLE—The C. P. church soem-, bio mot hist evening with Mrs. Edmund Beall, at Alderman Boiill's spacious residence on Ninth streot. There was a large attendance and a very enjoyable time, the hospitable greeting extended by the family to all guests adding zest to the general pleasure, Charades, with music, vocal and instrumental, served to while away the time until the parting hour, Miss Lathy is visiting m St. Louts. Mrs. Mary Milter, of Bethftltn, is in the city. Mrs. Koeran is the guest ol her mol her, Mrs. Laird. Mrs. Longley returned to the oast yesterday after a visit to Mrs. P.. JB. Whipplo. Mrs. LilHe Kins; returned U> her bo-mo in Jacksonville early in tho week. Miss Lucy Coville returned oarly in the week from a visit to Kdwardsn lie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Phinuoy have issued invitations for Wednesday evening next. Miss Sadie Rutherford entertained a few of her young friends Wednesday evening. Mrs, s. Gregory and daughtor.accom panied by Miss Jennie Hill, loft today for Kentucky. Misa Mollie rlimrod, of Kookport, who was the guest of her friend, Mrs. F. G. barlow, has gone to St. Louis. Mrs. Charles H. Barry and daughter have gone to their new homem Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Batetnan accompanied them as far as Blootuington. Mrs. F. M. s. Taylor started on Tuesday morning for Springfield, where she was joined by Mrs. Seymour en route to New York. Mrs. Anson Carter and daughter, of Chicago, are m the city visiting Mrs. Carter's parents, Mr. and Mirs. Winston P. Noble. * v The High Noon Cooking- Club was entertained by Mrs. H. 8. Mathews yesterday afternoon at her spacious residence corner of Eleventh i»nd <}eorge streets. Theguests were most hospitably entertained by the hostess and her mother, Mr«. Sprague.and the occasion was a delightfHl one to all present. An elegant supper, prepared and served in the highest style of the culinary art, added to the enjoyment of the occasion. Mrs. C. M'. Hardy and MJiss Essie Hardy will leave this evening on the Gem City for a protracted visit at Quin- oy, Burlington and other places. Mrs. C. B. Gbnterman, Mrs. VV. M. Judy, and Miss Alice Whiteside, all of Edwardsville, are the guosta of Mrs. H. H. Hays. Messrs. Ernst Schweppe, G, F. Roenicke and Louis Bete, of the Alton Opera Co., attended a Mikado-party at Jerseyville,' Thursday evening. They report au enjoyable social time. Mrs. Thos. Pates was the recipient, yesterday, of ,a box of rare and beautiful hot hause flowers from her daughter, Mrs. Pinckard, of Klngman, Kan., culled from thelalter's conservatory. The entertainment given by Mrs. Barlow to tho ladies of the Round Ta-. bio was one of tho most enjoyable social events of the week i that is passed. The event occurred on Saturday afternoon last. Drive Whist was played according to tho most approved authority, progressions being made after each hand was played, by ihe couple that scared the greatest number of points. Four ladies had tho rnngic number that entitled them to the first prize, Mrs. Root, Misses Plait, Buck-, master and Emily Topping. IB cutting Miss Topping had the fortunate card and a beautiful satin lined work basket was presented to her. Miss Himred had an elaborately embroidered nainsook apron, trimmed with ribbon, for her prize and Mrs. Alien was consoled with a tiny distaff;,a small ornament was also supposed to assuage Mrs. Ten- broke's feelings for the ill fortune of the afternoon. ' About 150 persons went out to Monticello in response to Miss Haskell'a generous invitation to hear the Mendelssohn Quintette Club of Boston. The. concert was a most enjoyable one, every solo rendition calling forth an immediate encore. Miss Alice Ryan and Mr. John Marquand, of London, were heard here for the first time. Miss Ryan is a pleasing singer with a soprano of fine culture; her solos and encores elicited much admiration from the large audience. Mr. John Marquand evinced great •artistic ability both in his work with tho Quintette and solo renditions. His treatment of the minor melodic theme, in the i'antaisie, with au elaborate oadenza, was thoroughly artistic. . Many of those who attended tho concert have requested the writer to tender in their names most heartfelt thanks to Miss HaskoJI tor this and other opportunities of listening to artists of the highest rank. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is tho presorption of one of tho best female nurses and physicians in the United Slates, and has been 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 relievos tho child from pain, cures dysentery and duirrhoaa, griping in tho bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to the ohild it rests the mother Price 26o n bottle la 16 m w PEU80HAL. Mr. Chas. A. Logan, ot Taylorvllle, after a visit with relatives bere.returned homo today. Mr. John S. Topping has just returned from a business trip through Mis • souri. Mr. E. K. Preuttt, of Dorse?, was in town todny. Mr. Prouitt has a picture from his brother, Hou. W. U. Preuitt, Troasurerpf Montarm.Ty., representing ft solitary, skeleton cow standing in the snow, "awaiting a cbmook" (a warm wind). Tho Montana company to which Mr. P.belongs lout $60,000 worth of cattle through the severity of the weather the past winter. Up With the Season. John Leyser, the well known confectioner, is always up with the times and is now prepared to serve tho public with ice cream, soda water and lemonade. Tropical fruits, , nuts, candies and seasonable. delicacies always on hand. 29 3 Dress groods LEAVEfmORTll KKSPOJiUS. UdUor Telegraph: LBAVENWOHTH, Kan., April 29.—I have noticed the account of the great victory in a late TELEGRAPH. Am very glad that at last Alton's best citizens are awakening to the fact that whisky rule means decay and ruin. I hope and believe that Alton will now prosper. May she come to the front with Kansas rapidity, Texas magnitude and Illinois solidity! L. H. MORGAN. gl/ife in China. Bo sure to see the Chinese st.udents at tho City Hall, Monday and Tuesday nigbts. Tho entertainment for the benefit of tho Panah Guild, consists of a representation/ of life in China by real Chinese: instructive and amusing. Chinese music, wedding, etc. See posters. To help the tfuild buy tickets at Mook's or from members of the Parish. Refreshments served by the adles. Admission 26c: children 15c. _...- '_ W 8 EXCURSION.—The ladles of the Unitarian church gave the'hrst excursion of the season on tho steamer Hudson today. The boat arrived from St. Louis a little before 12 o'clock, with 40 excursionists and a string band from that city aboard. About 150 persons were taken on here and the boat left for Grafton at noon with the merry company all bent on enjoying the trip to the fullest extent. A few gallons of ice cream were supplied by W. H. Keith, and the lady managers of the affair had ample supplies for the refreshment tables as was evinced by the baskets and hampers taken board. A SAIL BOAT UPSET—Mr. E. Trench- ery and young Mulligan were disporting on the waves of the river about noon today, in a sail boat, and chanced to get in a position between the steamer Calhoun and the. ferry Altonian; -where tho swell from the two boats had such an effect that tho little craft was thrown on her "beam ends," or rather upset, and the two occupants were thrown into the rivor. One of the young men managed to board tho Altoman and the other clung to the drifting bark until rescued by a man in a skiff. With the exception of a wetting the shipwrecked mariiiers were not the worse for the adventure. CDUKOH NOTICES. T» lecure insertion, notices under thii hciulmvtt be handed in before 11 a. m.) MKTUODIST EPISCOPAL 'Onunon.—services atlOUBa.m. and 7:80 p. m., conducted by tho pastor, Rev. R. H. Mauler. Tho subject in tha morning will bo "Loving God Is bnt returning God's love." The subject In the evenl»g will be "Out of Weakness made Strong;." All Invited. Seats free. Ushers at the door. PKKSBYTKRIAN CHUHOH.—The Kev. A, T. Wolff, D. D., pastor, will preach to-morrow at 10:46 a, m. Specially Interesting services at 7:30 p. m. Anthems and sacred songs. Evening subject ''Perfect Peace." Everybody cordially invited, S. S. at»:IOa. m. Young Poonle's Meeting 6:45 p. m. BAPTIST Ciioiton.—Kev. L. A. Abbott, D.D., pastor. Preaching to-morrowjby tho pastor S. S. at 9:30 a. in. j Iluntorstowu chapel S. S. at 2p.m. i'oung people's meeting at 0:45 p. ni. All interested are cordially Invited to all services. 0. P. Council.—At tho morning servlo* there will bo a review of hull of tho briefest, broadest, grandest national constitution in existence. In tho evening tho second part of tills constitution will bo rovUwed. ST. PAUL'S imuneii,—Morning Borvioo.Sor- mon andUolyCommunion 10:30a, m.; oven- Ing service and sermon at Trinity ohupol 8:30 p m. Even, song und reading at tho church 7 :»0 p. m. All nru cordlallv invited to attend. Ushers at the door. Surpllood and quartette choirs. We PEEL and KNOW we are offering an assortment of • ' ". • • DRESS GOODS never equaled by us before. . STANDARD GOODS of all kinds NEWEST STYLES and COLOKS 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 WHITE ROSE. JOCKEY CLUB. PANSY BLOSSOM. STEPHANOTES. COLOGNE and VIOLET. VICTORIA. FRANGIPANNI. MIKADO COLOGNE BAY RUM in bulk. —GO TO— SEELY & SON HEADQUARTERS FOR Pajer, IMoi 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; - - OPP. BELLE. GOLD and SILV SHIRTS, To Oil C'oiiHiimerH. Tho undersigned will canvass the o|ty overy other day and take orders for gisohno and coal oil, and dolivor same on short notice. K. PATTISON [& Co. tu th H To lllKlodgo the Enemy. When It takes tlio form of disease of the kidneys or bladder, is a task well nigh Impossl bio of accomplishment. Bunal and vosloal l! uiaUdlos are more obstinate than any others 1 Counteract, therefore, tho earliest Indications of inactivity of tho mauy organs with llostut- ter's Stomach Outers, which poasosies, OIUOJIK other excellent quulltlus, those of an efficient dlurotlo. The dogreo of •tlinnlatlon apparent from UuuBuiouolios out never nous beyond the bounds of safety. It Invigorates always, iwver Irritates. Bright 1 ) disease, dlubetei ' catarrh of the bladder, sire Ulseasus successfully cowbattod in their Inalplouoy with this benign inedlclnul stimulant and tonic. Ho- sides reinforcing uuU regulating the kidney* and bladder, tho Bltturs is n specific far (ever ttud ugiui, constipation and dyspepsia, The best for the Money. FOII Ocean Passage Tickets Atl.OWKBT IlATKBof tUO OUNAltl), W1HTB UTAH,-and ALLAN LINE; also of all GKIIMAN and FKKN01I LINKS,

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