Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 3, 1887 · Page 3
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AV .9 CD rv CQ O -4-3 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. TUESDAY EVK,, MAY 3. NOTICE TO AJ)VEnT18SB9, For the yeat 1887 wo euu)l oharicB tlie following rates (or transient notices In our local fOltunnB: , Per Line. Single Insertion . . . 10 coins. Three to IWo Insertlonn, , . 7 " Six to twelve Insertions, . . 8 " HATES OF ADVSttTISINQ: TtUNSiBNT.— FIFTY cants por Inch first Insertion, and TWENTY-FIFE cents por Inch for each subsequent Insertion. $> por Inch first month, ?1.BO por Inoli .Ottoh month tberonttor. > LEQAIi ADVERTISING: $1 per Inch lot the first insertion, and 00 cents por Inch for oaoh subsequent Insertion. O3r Above rates will be sttlotly adbored to. THE DAILY TEUSGUAl'lI Is delivered by carriers to all parts of the city of Alton and Upper Alton, for ton cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of $0.20 per year. THIS TKLKaHAl'II has the largest circulation of any paper In Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. OOnkltlt TlIIIlD AND.l'USA STHKKT8. TKLE- 1'llONB NO. 88. ' . For Sale—A fresh miloh cow, good stock. Apply at thin ollloo. 33* VEGETATIONS is coming forward rapidly under the influence of copious showers. INDICATIONS for Illinois; Warmer, fair weather; variable winds, generally westerly. JJYou can not aow miss it Bonnets, at the Globe. in ..Hats, or tu th f wk A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neininger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. FOB RENT—Four nice unfurnished rooms; also two furnished rooms, cornei of Second and Easton streets.- 2 6* DON'T forget that the Weekly TELEGRAPH is the best medium for reaching the country trade. Published every Thursday morning. ' For Rent—The 10 room brick dwelling, corner Alby and Twelfth streets. It is in first class condition. Apply to Whipple & Smiley. . 38 A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C..(J.Moritz, Third street. mcb.17 tf UO 1T/YT TVCWQ i'O JtLUJuJJJClJN 8> Second strcot.near 1 corner 01 Henry —FOB— FINE ! STATIONERY, Such as Crane's Floral, Whiting's Standard 1'apers, Hnrlbut's French Linens, .Eclipse Hagged Edue, Elite Bagged EdBO, Balmoral Linen, Grlllln's Linen, Turkey Laid Llnon, Poach Blow, Mikado, Charred KdKO, Cream Laid, Mourning Note, and a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Dennlson'B Wax and Seals. School Tablets and Stationery. _ __ decodwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES) CHEAP FOB CASH ON TIME PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. Sewing Machines repaired. Supplies lor all Machines. N. D. LAMOBEUA, Muslo Dealer, Third sti-eot, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. __ decOd\iag The concert given by the young ladies of the M. K. Church D. A. on Thursday, May 5th, promises to be a success. Admission 15c. • SI WATCH M&S. I>. HEITKAMP'S, All kinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Oro- ejvt goods. noods.Tobaggahs and MHs. Men's Bcorl'u and Fascinators at very low prices, Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sewing and Stamping Done. Come and give us a call. Don't forgot the place . 4ocS<lwlv -OALL AT— C-M. Crandall's Crockery Store FOll THE • LOWEST PRICES; 'Good Cups and Saucers, SOc per set. GoodS-inch 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, ISo per set. Crystal Giass Goblets, SOc per sot. Fruit Saucers, lOc per set. Fruit Dishes, 5c to 75o each. Beautiful Decorated English Dm- uer Sots, $15. Handsome Decorated Chamber 8ots, 10 pieces, only $2.75 per sot. Best quality of Triple-plated Knives, 1.50 nor sot. Triple Plated Forks $1.50 per ant Foil RENT.—A seven room house on Fourth street, between George and Langdon. For particulars apply on the premises or to J M. Ryrie. dtf THE Bluff City Workingmen's Building Association held its annual meeting at the Council Chamber last evening. Hon. Lucas Pfeiffenberger, presiding. Reports of officers were read, showing the association to be in a flourishing condition. Dividends wore declared as follows: on first series, 8 1-2 per cent: second series, 6 per cent. It was an» naunced that the remainder of the stock, nearly 1600 shares, would be immediately put on the market and the President staled that he thought the whole amount would be taken within two weeks. $1800, hundreds of dollars, $1800. More Milliuecy just received, at Ulobe. tu tb f wk DEATH OF C.' HOKAT—Mr. Clemens Horat, a native of Switzerland, for 85 years a resident of this city, died yes> terday moraine at the ago of almost 55 years, after a long illness, of general debility. He was for, several years a member of the police force. Ho left a widow and a large family of children to mourn his death. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock tomorrow from the family residence on Belle street, under the auspices of the Masons and the German Benevolent Societies of both of which orders deceased was a member. Mr. Horat was long prominent as a musician, having been one of [the original .members of the Jaeger band, organised in 1851. Prof. Gossrau's band will render music at tho funeral. Tho lady that wanted that particular shape hat can now get it at the Globe, as it received hundreds of new shapes and stylos this day. Come and see them sure. tu th f"wk Attention. Fythionsl There will be;meotlng of Flour de Lys Lodge, No. 08, Knights of Pythias.May 4th, All now members requested to attend. Business of importance; 8 o'clock sharp. BY Orumi. 32 COCHCII, MEETINW. Council met at 2,45 o'clock thu alter- noon a full board presout with one or two exceptions i After the roll was called a motion to adjourn to City Half was carried. The Inaugural address was delivered in the Hall before, a large crowd the room being well filled. Mayor M'PIke first returned thanks for the unsought honor conferred upon him. He spoke of the determination evinced by tke people to move toward in the crnseade for commercial supremacy. The late uprising of the people made apparent the general desire for advancement in all that make a people prosperous. A population of some 20,000 contrib- utos to our prosperity. Our resources are unsurpassed and only need development. Our manufacturing inteiosts were referred to and the opportunities for the legitimate employment of capital. The St. L, & I. U. R. tt. and the certainty of Its extension, as well as the renewed evidences of the immediate commence* ment of the Central Missouri R. U. were referred to. The generally encouraging iinancial aspects of the eitj were made a point in the address. The speaker ppoke of the necessity of improvements on the streets. The saloons have their tights .but not the right to do wrong. The action of some of these lately had impelled the citizens tb retaliatory measures. The places should be kept orderly and closed on time. Intend a true representative government without fear or favor. The Mayor then announced the following appointees: Counsellor— J. F, McGinms. Marshal—Jacob Kuhn. Auditor—J as. Whitehead. Ganger and Inspector—F.W. Hoppe< Chief Fire Department—S..B. Hayes. Aastistant—A. McDonald. Police Justice—I. B. Handle. City Engineer—E.E.Rutledge. Harbormaster— Measurer and Weigher No. 1—M. Thornton. No. 2-R. L. King. No. S — Wm. Richardson. No. 4—J. F. Benson. No. 6—C. F. Heeker. Janitor—H. M. Stamps. Day Police—B. Allen. Capt. Night folice—John Ryan. Members, H. Behwartze, Luther Bibb, T. Tootney.lWin. Sweeney, John Kelly. • Alderman Herb, of the committee, on Rules reported some changes in the rules, including a new one prohibiting smoking at meetings. CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES. Finance—Geo. R. Hewitt. Judiciary—C. A. Herb. Sewerage—Theo. Fries. Streets and Alleys—J. E. Coppinger. Claims—J. Finglelon. , Schools—E.Beall. Ordinances—E. A. Burke. Fire Department—H. M. Bchweppe. Gas—John S. Roper. Levee—Wm. Armstrong. Printing—U. R. Hewitt. Sidewalks—J. B. Thornton. Parks—John S. Roper. Police—Ed. Beall. ' Markets—J. Bible. Water Works—H. M. Schweppe. Railroads—Wm, Armstrong. Health—P. Reyland. UPPER ALTON. . v. considerable, she having money at Interest in several places as well as real estate here and elsewhere. Hopes of her ultimate recovery are entertnmed, but not with much confidence, since the growth of the malady has been so gra<J« unl and steady. Bey. Dr. W.H.Stifler, of Nashville, Tenn., preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning. IVAN. I'EUSOIUt. Mr. F. H. Kabo loaves for •Chiopgo this evening, but to be absent only a day or two. Mr. E. A. Darneitlo and family are shipping their household goods to Quincy whore they intend locating. Hon. H. O. Billings Is in town from Washington and will remain a few days before going west to fill his new position as Register of the Land Office at H alley, Idaho. His wife stopped in Chicago to visit relatives. ItlVEK HEWS. This 'evening's packets are: The Hudson, for St. Louis, and Spread Eagle for Graftonj Gem City, for Keokuk; the War Eagle and Sidney for St. Paul. MAIUUAWE LICENSES. bos Deputy Clerk Rudershausen issued a marriage license to: Mr. Joachim T. Mnmm and Mist Minnie Lauking, both of Brighton. * THE CHINESE STUDENTS. The entertainment at City Hall last evening, by the Chinese students, under the auspices of the Parish Guild, was well patronized and was a very pleasant affair. The students were arrayed in their national costume and their representation of Chinese life, manners and customs, interspersed with Chinese- music, was at once instructive and pleasing. After the exhibition proper the ladies dispensed Chinese tea, ice cream, cakes and other delicacies from tables at the Tear of the ball. Altogether a very pleasant evening was enjoyed. J The entertainment will be repeated this evening and is worthy the patron* •age of all. TliE ST. ANUltEWS BAY SWINDLE. SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Parts of all all Machines, We have now the B. & G. Howe Shuttles, Also Turkish Bug Patterns E. H? Xmm. For Rent. On Fourth street, south side, between Georgo and Langdon, brick house. Inquire of'Mr. Beem.adjaoent house.— Alfred Browne. ap26tf Artistic Photography. Messrs. Collins & Wallace, the popular photographers, are making a spool- ally of copying and enlarging portraits or photographs In India lnk,oil or water colors. Do not give your orders to irresponsible drummers, but patromvse homo artists and be sure of getting superior work and u correct likeness. 27 4 IMPROVEMENTS—Mr. A. E. Mills is improving his residence property constantly, his latest addition being a handsome iron fence, which encloses the east and south fronts. %/ Messrs. H. E. Mills, John Leveretb, P.. Hebner and John Roloff have made improvements upon their dwellings recently. . V HIGHWAYS—The Commissioners of Highways have chosen S. B. Gillhara, President, and P.Groenwood, Treasurer. They have levied a poll fax of $1.60. To BE CLOSED—The oflioe of the American Express Co. at Upper Alton station on the C. B. &Q. R. R. is to be closed. When trams stop here on the C. & A. cut off we shall have an office nearer than this. PERSONAL— Mr. Chas. A, Vallotte and wife, of St. Louis, spent Sunday at Capt.D. W. Chapman's. Mrs. S. MoKelvy, of St. Louis, has boon the guest of Mrs. Prof. Ray the past week. Miss Antoinette Olcott, who has been a resident of this place for thirty years, more or less, has for several months past given evidence of the growth of a mental disorder which, at last, has demanded the attention of her friends. With the kindest of feelings towards the unfortu» nalo lady.whose lonely life has increased their compassion, several members of the church of which she is a member and other friends petitioned for the necessary logal inquest upon her mental condition. The case came up on Friday before Judge Cook and Miss OlcoU was was adjudged insane aua delivered to the Sheriff for safe keeping until or- rangements can be made for her reception at one of the State usylums. A conservator will bo appointed to look after Miss Oloott'fl property which Is Col. Doty favors us with a copy of the St. Andrews, Fla. Messenger which makes the following [exposure of the St. Andrews Land Co. which duped so many citizens of this locality; The St. A. Land Co. of Cincinnati represents to the public that they have 500 building lots, whiqji by the cunningly worded advertisement people are lead to believe are directly in the village. We believe it to be our duty to inform all interested, what the facts are as near as we can. The company did own a limited number of village lots in St. Andrews, but they have been nearly all sold at good prices to people who came here and made their purchases on the spot. All the lands, and build ing lots, being.disposed of now by thp wonderful Free Land Scheme are from 4 to 8 miles from here, of which there may be 50,000 instead of 500. The Co. gives clear title to these lots, but as they are so far out from where the town is ever likely to reach, they are almost worthless. Observe, they don't say villagalots, or city lots, simply building lots, but who wants a building lot 25x100 feet 5 or 6 miles from townf Let ^ho facts be known, they are all we want. Any one coming to St. Andrews cannot but be pleased with the Bay, the town and people, and if they are looking for a home they will be more than suited, but not with the $1.25 lots of tho St. Andrews Company. Dress goods AT 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 COLORS in MOST RECENT MAKES. BLACK GOODS CHEAPER and in MORE VARIETY than ever. SINGLE WIDTH GOODS of all kinds FROM TEN CENTS DP. And all at PiersflD & Carr D. G, Co, . Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLE & SMILEY. Card ot ThaukH. We hereby desire to express our grateful thanks to the many kind friends whose sympathy and assistance were so thoughtfully tendered us in our late bereavomnnt. MK. AND MRS. CHAS. STARK. UIKD. HORAT—Tu tills city, on thoSud lust., Olom once Uorat, aged M years, 4 hiontlia ana 16 days. Tlio funeral will tako place from tho laiul ly residence ou Hollo street, tomorrow after noon, ut 2 o'clock. Friends ana acquaintances of,the family aro Invited to attend. To Dislodge the Knomy. Wliun It takes tUo forn\ of disease o£ the kid nevs or bladder, la a tank well nlgli Impose! bio of accomplishment. Uoual iiml vestcal maladies uromoro obstinate than any others Counteract, thuvotoro, the c arllest Indications of Inactivity ot tho many organs wlcli llostut- tor"s Stomach UlUevs.wblcUpoesoBSCs, aiuo other excellent qualities, tlioHo of an efllolont dluvotlo. Tho degree of stlmuluUou apparent from Its use leaches but novor (toes beyond tho bounds of safety. It Invigorates always, never Irritates. Brlfflit's dlsimno, diabetes oatarru of tho bladder, arc diseases success' fully combattod In their Inolpleuoy with this benign inodlolual stimulant and tonic, lie- sides reinforcing aud regulating tho kidneys and bladder, tho Hitters Is aspoolllo for level and ague, constipation and dyspepsia. von Ocean Passage Tickets MI,O\VKHT 11ATKS Of tllO UUNAHD, WHWH HTAH, and Af.l.AN MNli} also of all UKUMAN and FKENUH LINKS Apply to KUUKItailAUMKN He SONNTAO, aptHidwOw Alton, III. WHITE ROSE. JOCKEY CLUB, PANSY BLOSSOM, * STEPHANOTES. COLOGNE and VIOLET. VICTORIA. FRANGIPANNI. MIKADO COLOGNE BAY RUM in bulk. —GO TO— SEELY&SON HEADQUARTERS FOR Paper, frail and 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 3HIRTS, The best for the Money.

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