Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 7, 1887 · Page 3
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cd JO CO +3 EH o3 O SW •*3 p^ &*>£ O H •WO -FOB- 8°°°ncl streot.noar , corner at Henry JUNE ; STATIONERY, Such us Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard 1.VUUUUU .UUKUl AW11MJ ItUBHWt* JUMM U ! —*••«•" — - «Linen, Grlflln's Lluon. Turkey Laid linen, J'oucli Blow, Mikado, Charred Edna, Oroam Lola, Mourning Note, and a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Donnlson's Wax and Beajs. School Tablets and Stationery. __ dooOdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! DUEAP FOE GASH ON TIME TAYMSNTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired .Sowing Machines repaired. Supplies JoyaU Ma chines. N. I). chines. N. I). IiAMOIllfiU-v, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. _ decOdvqy WATCH • OB THE BARGAINS IN JOB'S NMW COB, BUH.IHNG, HBNBV SI,, AX MRS. 1>. HEITKAMP'S, AU kinds ot If anoy, Hand made, Knit and Oro- OA"t goods. Uoods.T^baggattS and MHs. Men's Boon's and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sewing and Stamping Done. Gome and give us o call. Don'tforgot the nlivce 'IncB'lwlv Lucas Pfeifienberger ARCHITECT, GENEBAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DBAUGHTSMAN, Office onThlrtl st.,one door west of Piasa, third floor. ALTON DAILY BATUKUAY EVE., MAX 7. Clairvoyant and magnetic healer, on ilenry street, cures long standing dis« aases and has bad wonderful success in Alton. AU the aillicted better consult her. It* SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Machines. We have now the B. & Or. Howe Shuttles/Also Turkish Bug Patterns and Machines. E. H. MOULDING. mohSSSdw •' FOB Ocean Passage Tickets 1 * At I,OWK8T llVi'KH Ot HlO UUNAUD, WHITE 8TAR, and ALLAN LINK; also ol all UKUMAN and FHKN01I LINKS Apply to KUPUUHIIAUSKN & SONMTAO, ttpfliawflw Altou, 111, NOTICE TO AJJVEBTWKB3. For tlio year 1887 we shall charge the following rates tor transient notices In out local COlUIUUB! „, , Pcr.IAni. tingle insertion . . . looonta. Three to five insertions, . . 7 " Six to twelve insertions, . . 6 " HATK8 OF ADVERTISING! TlUSStBST.— FJTFTY cents per Inch first insertion, and TWENTY-VIVE cents par Inch 'or oaoh subsequent Insertion. •' $3 per inch first .moutb, $1.M pot IncU'.oaoli month thereafter -• •/ LEGAI, ADVERTISING! per Inch {or the.first Insertion; and00 cents per Inch tor oaoh subsequent Insertion, JKf Above rates will bo strictly adhered to. TUB DAILY TELEGRAPH Is delivered by carriers to all parts of the city ot Alton and Jppor Alton, for ten cents per week. Mailed to any address at the rate of $8.20 per year. THE TELEGRAPH has the largest clroula- ion o't any paper in Alton, and is the best medium tor advertisers. CORNBR Tlllnl) AND PIASA STHBET8. TELE- HONK NO. 38. New Halibut, at Deterding's. It ADDITIONAL local matter on second READ the advertisement of Mr. •/. L. Penifold, of the Central Hotel. DELIGHTFUL spring 'weather today ucceods tho gloomy, rainy experience if the past wook. INDICATIONS for Illinois: warmer, air weather; followed by local rains; winds, generally southeasterly. THE streets were crowded today with risitors from the country, who had been cept at home during the week by bad roads. Dr. G. A. Hermann, Physician and Burgeon. Office, Third street, over 'feiffer's Shoe Store. 6 1m A universal remark by every smoker cigars: Nominger's Fig and Magno- ia ure the best .cigars in the market. FOB KENT—Four nice unfurnished corns; also two furnished rooms, cornet £ Second and Eastern streets. 2 6* MR. A. K. Nisbelt will give a free exhibition this afternoon at 5.30 o'clock, on the levee, of the merits of his famous ire proof paint. Everybody £o ana co it. MUSICAL.—Miss Tronchery's music class is in a flourshing.condition. The ulpils are now preparing for .their an- ual concert under the direction of their accomplished instructor. FOB RENT—A seven room house on fourth street, between George and vdngdon. For particulars apply on the premises or to J M. Ryrie. dt£ THE east bound passenger roads are having a little rate war. The Bee Line has reduced its rate $2, from St. Louis and will likely make a further reduc- ,ion to»day, followed by the Wabash and Ohio and Mississippi. Applications to teach in the Upper Alton Public Schools will be received 'or May 10 to May 81, 1887, certificate or copy of marking to accompany ap- jlication. — John Leverett, Secretary Snard of Education. s wbtd MB. Joseph Huffker, of North Alton, was driving in a light wagon on Henry street, about 11 o'clock this morning, when his horse was suddenly taken ill, fell neat the corner of Ninth and Henry streets and died almost instantly. The horse WAS a iine looking animal and the loss is a serious one to Mr. Huffker- A complete line of Spring and Sum- rnor Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C, G. Moritz, Third street, rnchl? If POLICE CODBT—Eight tramps were arrested by Marshal Kuhn and a squad of police last evening. Four of them were fined $16 and costs the others $10 and costs, by Justice Handle. The offenders wore given 15 minutes to leave town and all left except one who was a resident here. This was City Attorney Yager's firm official case and he "did himself proud." LYCEUM — The Young People's Lyceum mot hist evening at the rosi donee of Mr. II. C. Rioe. After prayer by Rev. 11. H. Mamor the following programme was rendered: Vocal quartette, Misses Addio and Fannie Hamilton, Messrs. J. G. Quigley, Wm. Hubball; piano solo, Miss Blanche Murphy; voonl duet, Miss Fannie Hamilton, Mr. J. G. Qulgloy; guitar duet; piano solo, Miss Marian Fish; vocal solo, Miss Addio Hamilton; pianp duet, Misses Marian Fish and Mabol Rico; piano solo, Riles Alma Miner; closed with vocul quartette. For Bent, On Fourth street, south side, between Gcorgo and Langdou, brick house Inquire of Mr. Ueom,adjauont house.— Alfred Urowno. ap20tf 80CIETT SPHAT. MIsa Mamie Baker is la St. Louis. Miss Fanoie Squler left lost evening for a visit at Jerseyvtlle. Mrs. Holllday, of St. Louifli formerly ol Alton, is visiting friends here. Mrs. Blackburn, of St. Louis, visited Mrs. Drutumond the first of the week. Miss Mamlo Harty, of Jorsoyylllo, Is he guest of the Muses Biggins. Mrs. L. M. Uutnsoy ana Mr. W. Gaty, ot St. Louis, are the guests of Mrs. H, i. MoPike. Miss Kager, of St. Loute, who has been visiting Miss Minnie Malcom, re- ,urned home on Thursday. The ladies of the Hound Table will be entertained by Mrs. A. K; Root this afternoon. Mrs. E. Doty, with her son, and uieut. Doty arrived here from San An- :onio yesterday. Mrs, Charles Bowman, of this city, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. \V. Tem- )loton, of Bloomington. Miss Minnie Boals has returned from a visit to Indianapolis whore she has been visiting. Misses Bertha and Mamie Lamport are entertaining their friends, Misses Milliard and Kolaov, of Brighton. ftliss Mamie Ghappell, of Chicago, is ho guest of Misses Mary and Sophie Hopkins. Mrs. J. W. Hopkins, of Roodhouse, s visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Huakinaon. Miss Carrie Hart has gene to Cincinnati whore she will remain during the summer months/ • Mrs. Lucy Edwards and children lave returned to their home in Minneapolis after an extended visit to relatives \ere. Mrs. J. W; Schweppe was visiting relatives in Carlinville during the week; Jpon her return to Alton she was accompanied by bur sister, Mrs. Robt. B. Hinton, of that city. Miss Sadie Jarrott whofhas been the guest of Miss Blanche Allemang of ration, the past two weeks, has re- urned home, having had a very pleasant visit. A very enjoyable recital of the Mendelssohn society was bold in the parlor of Mrs. H. P. Gray at the Hotel Madison upon which occasion Miss Julia Buckmaster was hostess. The pro- ramino was opened by a duo for piano, played by Misses Mamie Wade and Alice Job. The rendition was a Bride Song by Adolph Jensen op. 45. This was a classical selection with a most attractive theme supplemented by an under tone of deep harmony. Tears, Idle Tears.the beautiful poem by Tennyson, set to music by Estabook, was next sung by Miss Lucy Coville in a pleas* og manner. Pianism And poetry, a paper recommending more music and .ess technique was next, reftd by Miss Florence Whipple, The piano solo )layed by Miss Emma Floss, that fol- owed, was one of Bendel's composU ,ions bearing "the title of In the Gondola. The compositions of this musician are characterized by brilliant arrangement and intellectual' descnp-, tion. The fifth number, a solo by Miss Gary, was, Seest thou at Even, by Kalhwoda, a very attractive vocal selection for a mezzo voice; I would that my Love, is one of Mendelssohn's most jeimtiful duos for vocalists, this was beautifully given by Misses Lizzie and Mamie Biggins; .another of Mendelssohn's compositions,} a song without words, for the piano, was the selection of Miss Cora Cole, who played it admirably—the duetto imjtatcs, as^far as the instrument can, the blending of two voices; an Ave Maria, adopted from La Separation of Rossini, WAS magnificently given by Mrs. Copplnger as a closing of the programme, and other selections of an impromptu nature were also given. The progressive euchre party given by Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. JThmney, on Wednesday evening, wag a brilliant social event successful in every detail. The parlors and library that were thrown together on suite presented a most inviting appearance to the guests as they entered •* the tables with their snowy nappery and handsome uorvico beine laid for the early supper. Each lady found a Mikado hair fan as a souvenir and the gentlemen wore fuvored with boutonniors. Tlio supper, consisting of four courses, was of unusual excellence, the fruit course being something of a novelty. After tho covers were removed the, game of tho evening began, This was played with tlio usual interest and absorption. At the termination; tlio regulation number twenty, it was found that Mrs. Rapor and Mrs. Handle were a tie for tho first prizo and Messrs. Yager and MoKlnnoy woro In tho same predicament. A game played for each resulted in Mrs. Roper's success In obtaining a beautiful hand painted fan, and a cnno with an aniline silver head was the token of Dr. Mo- Kmney's conquest; Mr. and Mrs. Uctts were tho next whoso skill entitled them to pvlxus and Mrs. Bolts had n beautiful onp and saucer of Sovras ware as n memento of tho delightful occasion j Mr. Bolts bowed over a beautiful paper Weight. ' ' At this time our charioteer proclaimed In stentorian tones that he was waiting. We saw a green frog that oroakod as it was being handed to some one, as we said good night with tho departing guests and Joined in the general verdict that this had been one of the most enjoyable parties of the season. TUB ELSAI1 H. B. EXTENSION Onhlg return from Springfield last evening Mayor MTike received a letter from General Manager Fisher, of the St. Louis and Central Illinois R. R . informing him that a Now York capital-* 1st .would accompany the oflloero of the road on a tour of inspection today, and inviting tho Mayor and other citizens to join the party and go through to Springfield. Mr. Fisher added; "This will give your people an excellent opportunity to get acquaintad with the resources of this part of the State, which, with the extension of our line to Alton, will bo of more than former interest to them." In accordance with this notification a meeting of citizens was hold at Mr. Milnor's store this morning, and a Reception committee consisting of Messrs. L. Pfeiffenberger, Geo. R. Hewitt, H. R. Phinnoy, J, H. Raible and C. W. Milnor was appointed to meet the visitors on the arrival of the Hudson at 11:30 o'clock. Aldnraen Hewitt and Roper, Messrs. H. Watson and Geo. D. Hayden wore appointed a committee to accompany the visitors to Grafton, and probably, to Springfield, to confer with them In regard to extending the road to Alton. Accordingly,on the arrival of the Hudson, Mayor M'Pike and the committee named, together with other citizens, repaired to the landing and met President Hames and General Manager Fisher, of the St. Louis and Central Illinois railroad, and also Mr. F. W. Child, a New York capitalist, representing a Financial and Construction company. The object of .he trip is to give this gentleman an opportunity to personally inspect tho road and the merits of the proposed ex» tensions to Alton and iutoCalboun county. If his report is favorable, it is understood that the money will be forthcoming to complete the work. Probably on tho return of tho committee we .can make a more definite statement ; but the outlook, certainly, is favorable to the extension of the road to this city. Every encouragement should be given the enterprise. Its advantages to Alton are obvious and manifold. Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIPPLE & SMILEY. Notice. The office of tho Alton Water Works company has been moved to Kane's Plumbing shop, on Second street, where the undersigned can bo found by all having business with the company. T. A. TAYLOB, 53 Superintendent. BUSINESS CHANGE.'— Messrs. Homer Stanford and John Dow, today, bought out Mr. C. M . Crandall's china store. The style of thn new firm will be Stanford & Dow. With one exception Mr. Crandall has been m business in Alton longer than any other firm. OHUKCU NOTICES. To ttmre intcrUon, notices under (Mi bead muit be handed in bejore 11 a. m.) C. P. CHUIICH.— Subject in the morning Is "Christ our rassover." Ko service In tho evening on account ol mass mooting in tho M. E, church. A UNION MASS MEETING of all the? clmrcues and Irleuds of law and order will be bold to-morrow evening at 7 :30 In tlio M. H. oburoli. Addresses by Bov. Mills, Mauler, Dr. Gibson and others. Oiiuitoii.— Usual services at 10:45 a. m. Sacrament of the Lord's Buppnr Will bo dispensed at 3:30 p. m. Bov. A. T. WolB, D.D.,wlll preach at MortU Alton Mission to-morrow eve. at 7 :30 o'clock. BAVTI8T OHDUOH.— Ilov. L. A. Abbott, D.D., pastor. I'roaeblui; In morning by tlio pastor. S, B. at 0 .-30 a. m. ; lluntorstown ubnpol 8. S. at 2 p.m. Young people's mooting at 6:45 p. in All Interested are cordially invited to all sor vices. ST. PAUL'S Ononoir.— Holy Communion 8 a. m.; Morning Prayer and Sermon, 10 ;30 a. m S. 8. U:IO a. m., and readings 7:30 p. m. To morrow evening will bo read tbe famous scene of tho Crucifixion Irom Bon Ilur. All are cordially luvltuiV to attend. Dsbers at tlio door. Surplioed and quartette oliolru. MitruoinsT EmcovAL jonuucm.— Services at 10:4S a. m. aud 8 p. m. Tlio Pastor, Bov. U. II. Mauler, will preach In tlio morning on "Apprehending Christ," and It Is desired that every member ol tlio congregation bo pres ent. In the evening tlioro will bo a union mooting ol all tlio ohurohes and friends of law and order In tho interest of public morals. Agony is Courted By persons wlio, attacked by a (mild form of rheumatism, neglect to seek prompt relief. Siibjequont torture Is prevented by an Immediate resort to Ilostuttor's Stomuoli Hitters. Bltgttt uxpqauro, au oooutilonal draught, will begot tills painful malady, wlieru there Is a predisposition to It in thu blood. It Is not dlllloult to urroflt tlio trouble at tliofouset, but well nlgli Impossible to eradicate It when matured. No evidence in iclatlon to this superb blood dopurout \» more positive tlian tliat which establishes Its oOlcaoy as it proven tlvo and ronuHly forrlioumntlsin. Not only.ls It thorough, but safe, which the vegetable and minerals poisons, often taken as ouratlra of the disease, are not. liosldos expelling tlio rhuuiatlo virus from tlio syatom.lt overcomes fever utid UK«U, UlltoiiauosB, constipation and dyspepsia. Dress goods ! AT We FEEL 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 PP. And all at Piersfli & Carr 1 ft Co, IF YOU WANT TO DO A LITTLE Painting*, Inside or Outside, there is nothing nicer or handier than READY^-MIXED, Quick-drying- PAINTS, white or colors, sdht at MARSH'S DRUG STORE. Remember This. — GO TO— SEELY&SON HEADQUARTERS FOR I Wo? Shrift lDi aii Rooflim Papr, 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 SILVB SHIRTS, The best for the Money, sts. HARTHADN,

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