Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 13, 1887 · Page 3
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^FlB* P O S.s W .g f f •a er" M% ;o S I* O O c8 P I s £«rr S^PH UO HAT TkW'B Second stroot,noar I'O A V Jj JJJGlJH K?| corner of Henry -FOB- FINE I STATIONERY, Such 08 Crone's Floral. Whiting's Standard Papers, Ilurlbut's French Linens, Eclipse Rugged Edge, Elite Ragged Edgo, • Balmoral Linen, Griffin's Linen, Turkey Laid Llnon, •Poach Blow, Mikado, Charred Ed«o, Oroain Laid, Mourning Note, and a large assortment ol Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Uonnison's Wax and Seals. School Tablets and Stationery. deoddwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! OaBAl'. FOE CASH ON TIMB PAYMENTS tlauos and Organs tuned and repaired. Sewing Machines repaired. Supplies for all Ma- p.llrtes. N. D. LAUOUEUX, ilnslo Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. decffdVjy. WATCH • OB THK BARGAINS IN JOB'S NKW COB. BUILDING, HENRY ST., AT BIBS. D. HEITKAMP'S, All binds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit and Oro- cn"t goods. IIood8,Tot>ngg(in8 and Mlts. Meu's Boon's and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family Sowing imd Stamping Done. Come and give ns a coll. Don't(orget the nloce 'Incflilwlv Lucas Pfeittenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPEBINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, Ofllce onThird St.,one door west of Plasa, third floor. SUPPLIES. Oils. Needles, and Farts of all 'all Machines, We have now the B. & GK Howe Shuttles, Also Turkish Bug Patterns and .Machines. E. H. GOULDINGK moliMdw VOB Ocean Passage Tickets At LOWEST luTitsol tho OUNAHU, WHITE STAR, and ALLAN LINE; also ol ull QB11UAN and FRENOU LINKS Apply to BUDKR8BAD8BN * SOMMTAQ, w Alton, III. KOTIOE'XO AUVHBTMEB8, For the yew 1887 we shall charge thetol lowing rates (or transient notlcei In our local columns:, Single Insertion . . . liTcente Three to five insertions, . . 7 " SU to twelve insertions' . 5 " RATBS OF ADVERTISING! TiuNSiBOT.-WJTy cento per Inch first Insertion, and TWENTX-fira cents per Inch for each subsequent Insertion. 13 per Inch first .month, |1.60 per Inch ;oaoh month thereafter. LEGAL ADVKRTISINQ: per inch (or the .first Insertion, and BO cunts per Inch lor each subsequent Insertion «*- Above rates will bo strictly adhered to TUB DAILY THLBGHAFII 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 $6.20 per year. THE TELEGUAi'H bos the largest circulation of any paper In Alton, and is the best me'dlum for advertisers. OoimBtt TlllHU AND PlASA. 8TBBBTS. TELE I'JIONK NO. 88. Hand turned Ladies'bhoos—Star Hhoe Store. it PnospKOTs are good for a magnilU cent crop of strawberries. Latest Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.— Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co. It MR. J. F. McGmnis is having his place on State street unclosed with a nice picket fence. Ladies 1 Silk Clocked Balb. Hose, 5c a pair; hose to $1.60 a pair at Globe. 13 8 wit PICNIC—The German Hunting Club will give their annual picnic the 22d nat. Lawns, Batiste and Crinkled Seer- uokerin fine assortment. —Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods Co. It A. SERMON to little folks at the Pros- yterian church, Sabbath, at 10:45 a.m. All boys and girls will find something o interest them. Thirteen different style Ladies' Slippers, just in at Star Shoe Store, Big 102 It Just Received—New Ostrich {gather stors, Turkey feather duster?, dinner, oa and chamber seta, at Ilnppe's Jhina Hall. 12 2 S. S. CONVENTION.— Fort Russell 'ownehip S. S. Convention will meet n the C. P. church at Bethalto next unclay at 2 o'clock p. m. Pickles, Sauces and Extracts, at Cons or'ii. It A universal remark by every smoker f cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magno- a are the best cigars in the market. INDICATIONS-for Illinois: Threaten- ng weather and local raina; winds enerally southeasterly; nearly station- ry temperature. Gauze Underwear, at Pierson & Carr 'ry Goods Go's. - It THE inlet at the corner near the piscopal church is so choked up that lore is danger of an overflow there in ase there should be a heavy rain. Everything you need in Shoes or Uppers at prices to suit at Globe. 18 S wit A SPECIAL business meeting of the . W. C. T. U. will be held at the ooms tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. \ fall attendance is requested. A complete line of Spring and Summer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately re« eivod by H. C, G.Morltz, Third street, tnohl? tf OBITUART.—Mrs. Catharine A. Hog- rs died at her home in Jerseyville May th of general debility. She was 84 ears and <?6 days old, and bad been resident of;Jersey county many years, 'he funeral to»k place the next Sunday fteruoou from the 'Presbyterian huroh. Be sure to examine our Center Conner display—Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Co. It THE Democrat says that the city has o right, under the law, to order any ob printing or supplies without lotting be. contract to the lowest bidder. If tat is the ease the Council should invoss gate the priming bills of the last two cars, see if all orders wore lot to the owosl bidder and If the bills rendered bcrofor corresponded with the bids. Another lot those Kid Top Ladles' shoos; worth 92.00, at $1 60.—Star hoe Store. it A GENTLEMAN from this State was in California recently, and got into con- creation with a party who is in the oal estate business there. The latter was asked for a candid statement of the rue status of the boom, and replied: •To bo honest with you, it may be umined up In two words, ollraato and uokors." Our White Shirts at 60o, 76o and $1.00 are splendid value for the price.— liuifteu & Fueas Dry Goods Co. it Money to loan on improved form roperty, For particulars, apply to WUIPPI.B & SMILEY. The steamers leaving this evening are the Hudson, for St. Louis; th Spread Eagle, for Grafton, and th Libbie Conger, for Keoknk. Seersuckers, a full -line, from (iv coots a yard up. (Jail and be satisfied at H. F. Lohne's. 13 2 Goods, White Goods. A beautiful lino just received; clieaj and very cheap at H. F. Lehne's. 18 2 MARKUME LICENSES. ha Deputy Clerk Rudershauson issued a marriage license to: Mr. Wra. Scovell and Miss Mary E Hardy; both of Upper Alton. Unlluing Association. There will bo a meeting of the Alton Building and Loan Association Saturday evening, May 14th, at 7:80 o'clock. Money to loan. L. PFEIFFENBERGER, Pros. JOHN F. McGiNNis, Sec. It Don't fail to see our 76o and $1.00 Opera Slippers, at Star Shoe Store; It INTERCOURSE WITH THE COUNTI SEAT. If some capitalists would buy the road ight miles long, from Edwardsville Crossing to Edwardsvillo,and run trains on it so as to accommodate the public, it could be built up into a paying enter prise. This being the most populous part of the county there is necessarily » jroat deal of travel between here and Gdwardsville. But under the present arrangements one must go around by way of East St. Louis to get to Ed wardsville, at all, and then stay there all day, when, probably, all the business that took him there could >e transacted in an hour. Business men don't like to'waste a day in doing an hour's work. The only alternative is to drive over and back, which takes thp reater part of a day and is also cxpou* sive. Now if the trains on the Edwards- ille road could be run so as to connect with the C. & A. trains to and from St. uis in the morning; with the train eaving here for St. Louis at 12:60 >. m. and the train reaching lere from St. Louis at 6 p. m. people ould come here from Edwardsville in he morning and return at 12:50 p.m. or :SO p. m., and our people could go to he county seat either in the morning, at noon or at night. .In this way Ed- wardiville people could spend the half >r the whole day at Alton, and our people could spend either half or the whole day at Edwardsville, as they •leased. The change would be a great lenefit and convenience to the public »nd would quadruple the intercourse letween the two places. Of course the imo card would have to be made to onnect with the C. & A. trains, not ith the I. & tit. L., as no one cares to hauge cars twice between hero and the ounty seat. Read our advertisement to know what son our Center Counter. —Piereon & larr Dry Goods Co. It. - For Eent. On Fourth street, south side, between eorge and Langdon, brick house, nquire of'Mr. Beum.adjaoent house.— Ufred Browne. ap26tf Spring Goods. New goods in all shades and colors Inch will bo made up in suits at roa> onable prices. All goods cut and made y the New York Fashion Review. We uarantee a fine fit, at Brueggeman, le Tailor's, cor. Third and Piasa sts. my!2 dCw Great Chance for Bargains. TheC.'M. Crandull stock of China- are, Queonsware, Silver-plated ware, lassware, Lamps, Table Cutlery, in tiort household goods of every variety ,nd stylo, u being sold off at 50 cents n the dollar, until June 1st. 9 tf DIED—Pressly H. Coats died Thursay afternoon after a long Illness. Ho was a native of this city and a favorite rnong his associates. He bore his evore suffering of four months with reat fortitude and death was a welcome messenger of relief. The funeral will ako place Sunday afternoon at one clock from the Union Baptist church, 'riends of the family are respectfully nvltcd to attend. Clothing cheaper tliau ever before, ,t the Globe Assignee Sale. IS 3 wit A STOHM—We wore visited by u •cry heavy storm of rain and hail about :80 this afternoon with considerable wind, hail stones as'largo as marbles ailing in torrents. No doubt, great lamage has boon done to fruit and ogotatlon. Gutters were flooded and he streams on the hillsides resembled miniature rivers. It will cost you nothing to look at the tyllsh tlats and Bonnets at Globe. 18 8 wit Uraiiii Excursion to Kansas. "• The C. & A. R. R. will run special ixcurslnus to Ottawa, Kan., on May !5lh, 20th and 27th. 'Hound trip rate rom Alton, only $8.00. Good for re- urn 80 days. Low rates from Ottawa o all Kansas points. 18 3 wit Mr, H. E. Baylo, of Edwnrdnvllle was In town today,; Qrand Master C»rr and Judge War ren, of Jersoyville, wore In Alton Wed nesday night the guests of Western Bta Lodge No. 1,1. 0. 0. F. Mr. John E. Haynor started las evening, via Chicago, for Providence H. I. to be absent a week or ten days Messrs. Jas. Johnston and 8. W Basselt will leave this evening for Chi c aa;o. Their families will remain hero for the present. Col. L. D. Allen, well known in thl oity, father of Mrs. H. R. Pblnnoy, ha. loft Washington City to spend the sum mer at Now London, Ct. Messrs. W. H. Sbenaman, an expert and U. W. Williams, from Vandalia Mo., are in town. Their appliances are on the way to Godfrey to drill for coa on Mr. Wtn. A. Hildebrand's premise at that place. They will proeeed with out delay to penetrate tho earth for the black diamonds so much in request those days of modern booms. HALL MUTES. [For tho Tclegraph.l Larry Corcoran will play with tho Hoosier League team. The latest term for a hit by a base on balls is "a phantom bit." ' Put the scythe to woik in tho out Held; weed the diamond. The people want strong ball attractions for July 4th and 5th, in Alton. Robinson, of the Browns, can, it is claimed, throw well with cither hand Put Hhe llutlsous on to the next "strong" St. Louis team that wants to play here.' Mr Louis Klein, a prominent mer* chant of Bethalto, spent the afternoon tn town. For the iirst home run in Indianapo- is Denny won a spring overcoat, a box of cigars, and two new hats. Let us all hope the Unions will play jotter ball than their predecessors. This club was formerly the Peach Pies. And still the Altons are weak, in «pots! Don't you really think BO; you will when they get whipped onoo or ,wice! Dave Fouli is lining out the ball in every game. Ho used to bo a low-ball bitter, but now he takes any kind wilh- n reach of his bat. Weiss is certainly ^developing into a good back stop, say, did you hear hat Smith and Weiss were about to ign with another club? Wonder if us he fine Hibernian hand of Von der Wold reaching out from Wichita P The patronage will fall off at the Alton games, if better clubs are not brought here. What the public wants o see, is good playing by both teams. There was very little "home" comfort n the last game. The enthusiasts who 'ell to bring on the Browns, should hink a little moro. We can take care if Inter state clubs, but when we expect o "rattle" the genuine stuff with our present nine, well—See you later. Warner has won the Iirst game for he Scranton club. The Republican of bat city says: "Warner pitched a very good game throughout. The visiting cam found it difficult to solve his do* ivery, as the base hits show. He was ery steady and cool at the most critical momenta,and only gave one man n base balls. His new catcher, Schnver, gave binvexcellent support behind the >at." Tho pitching records of victories and (.'feats in seventeen games of tho first iveok of the League present the follow 1 - ng figures: 'itoliers. Vio. Do. :udhouru 2 Giilvla 2 Volch 2 tommyor ! 'orenson 1 I'eldmau l lotaoin 1 'wltoholl 1 leefo 1 llirkson 1 ul(lwll), Dut...l oyle I Vhltney 1 1'ltchers. Vio. Shaw o Ousey o Morris o Baldwin, Chi.. .0 Hoaloy o O'Day o Mutttmore 0 Bunlntoii 0 Dally o Klruy a avals i? De. 1 1 1 1 1 1 a 9 2 17 Pitchers' victories and defeats in the airty-six games in the Association are s follows: Pitchers. Vio. Do. CUauiborlttlu.,,1 u Bhou l Smith, Ualto. ..1 I'ortor l Morrison ... ...l Smith. OIn o Itohora. .llroy ft urutliors S ullane 8 Vio. Do. 0 1 orry '.. .2 0 loGiiints....... 2 0 :tnn 2 0 looker 2 tktsson 2 londorson 2 ouU 2 umsoy 2 pward 2 urlilna 1 Itoomb 1 OllltvlJ. \Jlll .....u Knoulf o Ciislinmu • Mays 0 Foclilney * Orowell 0 Hchaffor o Totals 36 DAN. MAUK1KD. SOOVKI.,1,—HAUDy—On tile 12th lllHt., at ursonagoof tbaMothodlsl liplnoannl church, y tho Uev. U.II. Manior, Mr. William Scovell nd Miss diary K. Hardy, both of Upper Alan, Sealed bids will bo received at the olllco ol .10 Olty Kiiglnoor up to Tuesday noon, Mny 7, '87, for tho furnishing, hauling and Hiireud- >K of 100 ui|uaros ot hieAdiiui, more or Ies»4to 0 placed on Wauhliiuton struct, UOZKU utroct nd Milton road, unaur tho direction of tho Ity Eimlnoor. Also lor tlio building of a v/lng wall at ildU« ut Shields Jlraneli anil bacltliiK tho amo with earth. 1'artlos bidding will bid so inch por poroh, furnlsliliiK all material laid 1 cement; alBOBO muoli por cubic yard for Also for the Innilulilnif.liaullNif and spread• ntf of fiu lends of cinders on Twelfth street ndor tho dlrootlou of tho Olty ICnglneer. Tho committee reuervso tho right to reluct ny and all bids If not doomed best for the iturostof tho city. J. K. 001T1NUKK, UUulrmim Street and Alloy Committee, 12 (UU CENTER COUNTER EXHIBIT. We have a Beautiful Display of these Goods, with iiugs, Laces, j 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, sold at MAHSH'Sl DRUG STORE. Remember This. —GO TO— SEELY&SON HEADQUARTERS FOR ', 111 ii£ Paper. 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 » SILVER SHIRTS, The best for the Money. BRANCH,

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