Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 2, 1887 · Page 3
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'• JJ My • v i,;<> ? UO tft\T TWW'G Second streetiueor jt'O XLU J4.1/JU.N Of corner ol Henry —FOR— JblNE I STATIONERY, Such as Crane's Floral, Whiting's Standard Papers. Hurlbut's FrenoU Linens, Eclipse UuBgeuEdKO, Elite Bagged Edfje, Balmoral Linen, Griffin's Linen. Turkey Laid Linen, Peach Blow, Mikado, Charred Edue, Oream Laid. MoumlUK Note, and a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Oennlson's Wax and Koala. School Tablets end Stationery. decOdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CiiEAT FOB CASH ON TIME PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired .Sow- Ing Machines repaired. Supplies lor all Machines. N. P. LAMO11EUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton HI. decftfrfly WATCH *OB THIS BARGAINS IK JOB'S NKW COB. UUILUING, HENRY ST., AT MBS. I>. lUSITKAMP'S, All kinds of Fancy, Handmade, Knit and Oro- ca n tgooda. Hoods,Toboggans and Hits. Men's Sean's and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowing nnd. Stamping Dane. Gome and give us u call. Don't forget tlienlooe <l«c6<lwlv -UALL Al- C.M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOll THK LOWEST PBICBS; 'Good Cups ftnd Saucers, 80o por sot. • Good 8-inch Plates, 30o per set. Meat Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Vegetable Dishes, 5c to 50c each. Pitchers, 60 to 50c each. Half-pint Table Tumblers, 15o per set. Crystal .Glass Goblets, 20c per set. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. Fruit Dishes, 5o to 75o each. Beautiful Decorated English Dm- »er Sets,'$15. , .' Handsome Decorated Chamber Sots, 10 pieces, only $2.75 por sot. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 Dorset. Triple Plated Forks. 81.50 per snc SUPPLIES. Oils. Needles, and Farts of all all Machines, We have now the B. & G. Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Rug Patterns and machines E. H, MOULDING. ALTON DAILY TELEGIUPH, MONDAY EVfr., MAY 2. TO AUVKBTIaKBS. for the year 1887 we .Bhatl charge tnetol loving rates for trauileut notice* la our local columns: „. . . Ptrltnt Single Insertion . . . 10 Cents Tbroa to five Insertions. , , 7 " SIX to twolvo insertions, . 5 " KATES OF ADVERTISING! TllANBtiFMT.— PUfTTf cents per Inch flrst In sortlbn, and TVTKNTV-VtVS cento per inol for each subsequent Insertion. 13 per inch first. month, |1.80 per Inch ;oao! month thereafter. LKOAL ADVERTISING): $1 per inch {or the first Insertion, and 00 cents par Inch for oaoh Bubaequaul Insertion 4V Above rates will bo strictly adhered to THE DAILY TELKQttAPH is delivered by oari-Iors to all parts of the city of Alton niu JppoY Alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of 58.20 per year. TIIB TELEGRAPH has the largest circulation of any paper in Alton, and IB the best medium for advertisers. OojlNBU TlUItD AND PlASA STIIBETB. TBLK 'HONE No. US. BASK ball notes on suooud Ulobe 's change of ailver- .iscinent m this issue. LawnMowers sharpened and repaired at Boall Bros.' apll d2ra mon INDICATIONS for Illinois ; Local rains, ollowedby colder, fajr weather; brisk >o higb northwesterly winds. A universal remark by every smoker >f cigars: Neminger's Fig and : Magno- ia are the best cigars in the market. THE St. Louli Browns won their ourth championship game from Clere- and yesterday. NEW TIME TABLK. — Note slight anges in C: & A. time table ; train outh, 6:20 p. m. in place of 6;80 p. m« FOR RENT— Four nice unfurnished ooms ; also two furnished rooms, cornel f Second and Eastern streets.-' 2 G* THE East St. Louis police had abat- le yesterday with a gang of about 4S ramps, and more trouble is expected oday. A complete line of Spriug and Sum* mer Goods for (rent's Wear, lately re- eived by H, C. G. Moritz, Third street. racnl7 tf YEITERDAY and , last night the tern- erature reached summer heat. This morning a line rain relieved the ,pre- ailing sultriness. Be sure to see the celebrated Chinese Indents tonight and tomorrow night, t the City Hall. Buy your tickets at Hook's, 26c and 15o. It FOR RENT— A seven room house on ourth street, ' between George and angdon. For particulars apply on the remises or to J. M. Ryrie. dtf MRS. Noarai R. Risk, widow of the ate John-Risk, formerly of Godfrey, led at Hillsboro, April 23d, aged 66 ears. She wus a native of Chatham, Mass . THH authorities should find out the man, or mon, who sold liquor to boys, esterday, and prosecute him, or them, o the extent of the law. What are :ie duties of eur State's Attorney P EXCURSION.—The, excursion to Graf'- on on the steamer Hudson, Saturday, iven by the ladies of the Unitarian hurch, was a very pleasant and success- nl affair, splendidly managed and elightful to Qll who participated. The xcursianists arrived homo about 6 'clock bringing glowing accounts of he afternoon's enjoyment. YESTERDAY was bock beer day and r as characterized by an unusual mount of drunkenness on. the street. Ve know that there is a sort of inter* egnum iu city affairs at present, but fter the appointments are made omofrow thero will bo no excuse for allure to enforce the law. The number f persons who _are iu favor of raising ic saloon license to $1,000 and of nforoing the Sunday law against the aloons was largely increased by ostorday's lawlessness. Money to loan on improved fwm roperty. For particulars, apply to WHIPP1.E & SMILEY. ST. Louis Is greatly excited over the urohaso "by a syndicate" ot 30 1-2 ores of land on Del mar avenue,in that ity, for $80,000. This seems rather a mild transaction, compared with the joorns at Kansas City and Wichita, where 26 foot front lots are quoted at 125,000. Still, it indicates that St. Louis is looking up. A thousand dol- nrs aii noro for a tract on a fashionable ivenuo indicates that land there is lecoming to* valuable {or agricultural , mi-poses. We rise to remark, however, ,hutno land on a dojirable street m Alton can bo bought for twice that gtiro per acre. Up With the Season. .Leyscr Broa., thy well known oonfeo- 'oner, u O'always up with the times and s now prepared to servo the public 1th ioo cream, soda water and loraon- do. Tropical fruits, [nuts, candies nd seasonable delloaoies always on and, 298 TUB Century for May opens with two profusely Illustrated papers on Egyptology. Among the notable articles are; "The Chemistry of Foods and Nutri. lion," by Prof. Atwater; "Wasblngto Irving at Home," by Clarence Cobk "The Lincoln History," by Messrs Wicolay aud Hay j Mr. Stockton's nove "The Hundredth Man;" The Wa Series Papers; Memoranda of the Civi War; "Notes of a ProfuBBloual Exllo, 1 by E, 8. Nadal; "The Apaoho Indians,' by Frederick Sob. walk a; Topics of th Times, Tho poetical contents of th number Include several contributions b John Hay, Frances Hodgson Burnett Robart Burns Wilson, Sarah M. 11 PI'att, Anthony Morehead, Alice Wil Hams Brotherton and Uobert Under wood Johnson. Others In a lighter rein are by Anthony Morohead, Jennie E T. Uowo and Thomas Kelson Page. Hook Bindery. Tho Sentinel Book Bindery Is lil.Mng a public want and is bein? liberally patronized. It has been success from .ho start. Magazines, pamphlets, etc. bound m any style. Old books rebound and made to look as good as new Stamping and lettering in gilt or bronze done at short notice. Mr. Felix Her mann, tho foreman of this department a skillfull bookbinder, and was engaged in the business many years in Cincinnati. LIFE IN CHINA, Remember the entertainment at City Iftll this evening by the Chinese Students. Wo nqte that this entertainment is spoken of with the highest commendation by our exchanges. None should fail to see it. For Rent. On Fourth street, south side, between uieorgo and Langdon, brick house. Inquire of'Mr. Beem.adjaoent house.— Alfred Browne. ; apSfltf I'RKSOHAJU Messrs. B. L. and P. H. Dorsey eturned home from Hot Springs, Ark., Saturday last, both very much improved n health, in fact Uncle'Ben appears -en years younger.— Chllespie Herald; Mr. E. K. Prouitt, of Dorsey, expects o go to Eureka Springs, Ark., in a few iays, for the benefit of his health: Choice creamery butter, 25 cents a iound at W. W. Davis' Creamery, iecond and Henry streets. d2t* RIYKB NEWS. This evening's packets are: Tho Hudson, for St. Louis, and Spread Jagle for Grafton. A SCHDA1 JAMBOHEE. Yesterday, May 1st, was noted as a ay of "liberty," in the broadest sense, u this city and vicinity, in fact the berty degenerated into license haracterlzed by wild excesses in ome portions of the municipality. The eelmgs of law abiding citizens were uti'Bged, drunken men were reeling on many of the streets, the lower part f tho city being especially notorious n this respect. Not only were adults een in a state of beastly intoxication, ut a party of ten boys, all undur 15 ears of age, judging from appearances, ere drunk and collected on Eleventh treet, near Langdon, late in the after, oon.disgracing themselves and greatly nnoyina: the people of the neighbor- ood. A number of children and dults were attracted to the place aud o lobnoxious was the conduct of the ttle inebriates that the police were ent for. This move gave thp alarm nd all the boys left except one who ras so much under the influence of quor as to be helpless. Some kindly isposed gentlemen took the lad homo. In addition to tho instance mentioned bpvo, a gentleman, "who is favor of a ure boom," says: "A brutal and hameful desecration of tho Sabbath ook place yesterday, May 1st, on tho ow head over the river, where a large arty resorted and engage! in chicken ghting aud other so-called sports." .11 such violations of law as those men- .onod above are not only unspeakably epuguant to the feelings of reputable, aw abiding citizens, generally, but tend o bring our city into such disrepute as 111 be an injury to its interest* not uly socially but commercially. THE new Council meets tomorrow (tornoon' when tho appointments of ftioers and committees will be made, od the Mayor will deliver his Inaugural ddross. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow',8 Soothing Syrup, for hildron teething, is tho presarptiou of no of the best female nurses and phy- oians in tho United Slates, and has oon used for forty yean with never- ailing success by millions of mothers >r their children. During the process f toothing its value is Incalculable. It olioves tho child from pain, euros ysontory and dwrrhma, griping in tho owols, and wind-oolla. By giving oalth to tho child it rests the mother rice 26o a bottle. la 16 in w HWk Hood's Sarsapanlla is peculiar to self and superior to all other prepa- atlons in strength, economy, and uedlclnal merit. 2 UPPER ALTON. Hiau SCHOOL EXHIBITION-- On Thursday evening, in the Presbyterian church, was presented an excellent en tertainment by some of tho High schoo pupils, The exercises wore: Song and chorus. . Dialogue —Photographer. Declamation—Norman March. Dialogue—Strategy. Declamation—Melvia Greeding. Quartette—Tell mo whore my Eva's Gone, Misses Hewitt and King, Messrs. Thompson and Powell. Declamation—Ebbie Rodgers. Recitation—Alice Fairman. Duet-Come where the Mists are Sleeping. Declamation—Willie Greene. Exercise song. Dialogue—Burglar Alarm. Music—Minneapolis orchestra. LITERARI CONTEST—The agony is over; tho contest between the College Literary Societies has been fought and tho country is once more saved. Tho College HalUwas filled to its full capae ity with an audience which followed with the closest interest the following programme: Invocation—Rev. Or, Bulkley. Music—By the College Band. DECLAMATIONS. "The Unknown Speaker"—J. Wash. Buck. " The New South"—S. H. Bowyer. Music. I'APERS. "Budget"-Miss Ollie C. Bulk. The ley. Tho "Journal"—Miss Manning Mayfield. . . Music. RECITATIONS. "Brier.Rose"—Miss Lucy L. Greene. "The Death Bridge of the Tay"—Miss Sybil Swain. Music. ORATIONS. "The Power of Thought"—B. W. Wiseman. "The Ideal State"—B. C. Denison. Music. DEBATE. Question:— "Resolved, that it is the duty of American citizens who Believe n Prohibition to seek the adoption of this principle through the support of existing political parties other than the National Prohibition Party.» Affirmative—E. A. Kendrick. Negative—J. E. Coombs. Tho Judges, who had been selected to )ass upon the merits of the productions, were: Prof. J. H. Collins, .of Springfield: Rev. Wm. Harris, of St. Louis, Mo., < and. ROT. W. G. Thomas, of Kirkwood, Mo. All being strangers to ibe participants and unprejudiced to nther society. Without attempting a irlticUm of the several .exercises we will imply append there port of the Judges and express the opinion that no participant need to feel ashamed of his or her production: Alpha Zeta—Declamation, 93; Paper, 25; Recitation, 88; Oration, 271; Debate, 203. Sigma Phi -Declamation, 84; Paper, 137: Recitation, 96; Oration, 81: Debate, 196. Total, Sigma Phi, 792; Alpha Zeta, 780. This is the third successive year t hat he contest has resulted in favor of the Sigma Phi Society, although it will be seen that a majority of 12 points in , total of 1572 is not a very illustrious ictory. It was not ' 'as deep as a well, nor as wide as a barn door," but it was enough to stimulate the winning society e a jollification meeting in their hall which wus projected well into the following moramg. Tho music by the College Cornet Baud was greatly appreciated. The floral and other favors were listnbuted at the end of the programme ;i very sensible inuoviuien. PERSONAL—Judge Denison, of St. ,ouis, was up to the contest last evening. Miss Etta Thomas, of Thomasvillc, i visiting friends in town. Rev. W. H. Stifler, D.D., of Nash, ille, Tenn., is spending a few days vith friends here. Mr. Thos. Hood, of Bunker Hill, was a town calling on old neighbors a day r two ago. Hon. O. L. Converse, of Springnold, was down to tho contest. FIRE —The residence of H. Noll Condall, at Chester, was destroyed by ire on Saturday morning. Mr. Kenall's friends will remember a similar misfortune which befel him while bo ivod in Upper Alton some years ago t is hoped that his loss in the present nstance vviU hot prove to be serious, llhough particulars are not at hand. To Ulsloclgo the Euomy. Yhon It takes the form of disease of the kid- eys or hladdor. iu a tank well nigh imposBl In of iioGomplUhinoiit. Renal autl voslcul mlacUog are more obstinate than any others ounternct, therefore, the curliest Indication f Inactivity of tho many organs with Ilostat- cr'n Btoumoh Ulttors, wlitoli potsesgos, (imon« thor excellent qualities, those of an cfllclont turotlo. The degree of stimulation apparent rota Utilise leuvhus but never irons uqyond 10 bounds of safety. It Invigorates always, ever IrrltutuB. Ui'lKul'u disease, diabetes aturrh ol the bladder, ure diseases success- illy eouibattad iu their Inulplenoy with, Mils oulK" inujlpliml stimulant and tonic. 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