Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 19, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, May 19, 1887
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>GQ ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. THURSDAY EVE.7MAY 19. NOTICE TO AUVEBT18B&8, lor the year lan we shall charge th»following rates for transient notices in our local column*: fer.Unt. Single Insertion . . , 10 cents. Three to five insertions, . . 7 " Six to twelve Insertions, . . 5 " . RATES OF ADVERTISING): TRMfgjBMT.-WJTr cento per inch first Insertion, and TirxNTr-PirX cents p«r Inch for each subsequent Insertion. ?3por Inch first .month, $1.80 porlnoh>aoh month thereafter. LKOAL ADVERTISING: ?1 per Inch for the ,flrst Iniertloii, and BO cents per Inch for oaoh subsoquonl Insertion. ' JW Above rates will bo strictly adhered to. THE DAILY TELEGIIM'II U 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 $5.20 per year. TUB TELEGRAPH has the largest circulation of any paper In Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. OOHNER TIHRD AND PIASA STBEETS. TELK- 1'IIONE No. 88. THE report of the Alton National Dank,' at close of buiiueat Ma? 13th, appears in this paper. California excursions, via 0. & A., Mar 25 and 31, Jane 14 and 28, July 12 and 96. 19 2 wit MB. Welsh, who was pwarded the contract for cleaning • streets for the current year, today gave notice that he would not accept the award. Sewed It > Another lot Ladles' Hand Slippers.—Star Shoe Store. Romenabur the concert at the Prosbjs tenau church on the 26th. 14 td A complete line of Spring and sAun< mer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. O, G. Moritz, Third street. mch!7 tf A universal remark by every smoker oi cigars : Nemlnger's Fig and Magnolia are the best cigars in the market. Mr. H . J . Crane writes to Mr. Frank Fisher denying the report that he had accepted a position as book keeper in a bank. Our information in the matter came direct from Wichita. A JOINT committee of the two houses of the Illinois ' Legislature has been authorized to investigate the facts) oi the alleged existence of pleuro pneumonia In Chicago and vicinity. THE Illinois House of Representatives has rejected the Medical Practice bill, which had passed the Senate, and also rejected a joint resolution for.'a commission t« revise the State school law. "Toe CIRCUS—Holland & MoMahon's 10 cent circus opened on the green near the Glass Works this afternoon. Previous to the opening the band parai ded the streets in a dragon chariot, drawn by six finely caparisoned horses, and performed some good music, To Manlton. The Chicago & Alton E. E. will sell excursion tickets from and after this date, Alton to Denver .Colorado Springs, Manitou and Pueblo, Col., at lowest rates. Choice of routes. Good for return until Oct. 31st. For full Information, sleeping berths, etc., call at ticket office. 19 4 w 3 when the track was built and the recent request of the.Kailroad and Warehouie Commissioners should be respected, we doubt if the railroad company can be compelled to provide the desired fa« olhties. widths in shoei at Star Shoe Store. It PERSONAL. Miss Emma Caldwell left this morn* ing for a visit with her sister, Mrs. U. H. Flagg, at Burlington, Iowa. Prof. A. A. Supplger, of Edwards* ville.County Superintendent of Schools, was in town yesterday, the guest of Prof. E. A. Haight. Mrs. T. H. Perrin returned yesterday from attending thet convention of the Woman's Board of Foreign Missions of the C. P. church at Lincoln. A BRILLIANT WEDDING. «n 'tT AT TYEWG second etreet.near •JEO JHLU JuJJ JaJl »« corner ol Henry —FOB— FINE : STATIONERY, Snob as Crane's Floral, Whiting's Standard Papers, Hurlbut's French Linens, 'Eclipse flagged Ed«e, Elite Ragged Edge. Balmoral Linen, Griffin's Linen, Turkey"Lald Linen, Peach Blow, Mikado, Charred Edtte, Cream Laid. Mourning Note, and a large assortment of Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Dennlson'B Wax and Seals. School Tablets und Stationery. deoBdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CriEAP FOB OASII ON TIMB PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tnned and repaired. Sewing Machines repaired B S p ?!!Sfn f i?$!nv Ua " ohtnes, N. D. LAMOREUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle, Alton 111. ' ' WATCH 1ABGAINS IN JOB'S NKW a.'HKITKAMP'S, AU kinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- en-tgoods. Hoods.Tobaggang and Mlts. Men's Bcartt and Fascinators at very low prtcei. Also Dressmaking. Plain and Family 8ow Ing wad Stamping Done. Dome and give us a call- Don't forget the place < l«o» rtwlv Lucas Pfeifienberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT JLND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, Office onThlrd st.,ono door west of Plfts»f tUlrd floor. SUPPLIES. Oils, Needles, and Farts of all all Machines, We have now the B. & G. Howe Shuttled. Also Turk- iah Bug Patterns and Machines. B. H. GOULDING. mohiftdw vo» Ocean Passage Tickets AtLOWBBT 1UTK8 Of the UUNAKD, WJIITB ftna L1NK8 Apply to RUDKR8HAOBHN * SONSTAO, AHUM, »". Money to loan on improved, form property. For particulars, apply to WHIFFLE & SMILEY. THE petition of the Chicago Woman's Club asking Mayor Roche, of that city, to appoint capable and prominent women to fill some of the vacancies soon to occur in the Board of Education has been received in a way to show that the move is a very popular one. There are many reasons why such appointments should be made not only in Chicago but elsewhere. ALTON DISTRICT CONFERENCE.— The twentieth session of tho Alton District Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, will be held in Bunker Hill beginning next week 'on Tuesday evening closing on Thursday'evening. jThis will be a notable gathering from the fact that there will be present an unusual numbev of high church dignitaries, viz: Rev. Bishops Walden and Bowman, and Rev. Dr. Spencer, assistant secretary of the Board of Church Extension. A FINE LECTURE—Rev. C. A. Niohs ols, of Bassien, Burmah, delivered a lecture at the Baptist church last evening to a large audience on "Burmah and her People," illustrated by 75 splendid views, nxhibited with an oxyhydrogen light. The speaker treat, ed on the manners, customs, modes of worship and other peculiar features pertaining to the people of that faraway country. The address was deeply iateresting, an occasional song giving pleasing variety. Mr. Nichols left this morning for Bloomington. Mr. Globe, Alton, DEAR SIR :—I thank you much for fitting out my husband so cheaply and completely that I can afford a bonnet from the reduction. His Coat is cosy as a cote, he fairly Pants to parade the street in his new attire, which amis him entirely. 1 will Collar and Cuff him if be don't buy of you regular, I appreciate you gents furnishing goods to my husband at such fair,prices. Gratefully, HIS WIFE. To THE GLOBE, ALTON. It FORGER*—Some unmitigated scoundrel, out of pure maliciousness, forged tho name of Rev. A. T. Wolff to an order on a Buffalo publishing house for $75 worth of books. Tho first the Dr. knew about it, was the receipt of the first installment and a bill. On inquiring of the house what it meant, they sent him the order, which bears no resemblance to his hand writing. He thinks he has a olue, and unless the guilty party frankly owns up, he will go up as far as tho law will send him. Summer Millinery. A largo, varied and fashionable stock of Summer Hats and Bonnets just received at Winter's Millinery, Bolio st. 10 4 Spring Goods. New goods in all shades and colors which will be made up in suits at roa<> sonablo prices. All goods nut and made by the Now York Fashion Review. Wo guarantee a line fit, at Bruoggeman tho Tailor's, cor. Third and Piftsa sts. myl2 UOw Mo., May 18.— This evening, at 8 o'clock, Miss Annie Eaton, a prominent belle, was married to Geo. K. Hopkins, of Alton, 111. Miss Eaton is a charming young lady with many accomplishments, who is a favorite with a large circle of friends. The wedding was a brilliant affair, Rev. Dr. D. P. Putman, of the Presbyterian church, officiating. The presents were many and elegant— Globe Demoorat, (Special.) Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. lieo. M. Ryne, of this city, who were married here Monday evening and went to Springfield to attend the wedding of Mrs. R's brother. They returned home this morning and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Hopkins, whose marriage at Springfield, last evening, is noted above. ^Aome, Berlin, Southern or Mikado styles of toe in Lady's shoes— Star Shoe Store. . It NATURAL OAS. Mr. L. Pfeiffenberger will go out tomorrow morning to a place near Mr. J. S. Gulp's farm, m Foster township, for the purpose of purpose of prospecting for natural gas at an old well dug for water some years ago. Mr. P. says that If half the stories told by the people of that vicinity are true there must be an abundant supply of gas at that place. When the old well referred .to was dug to the depth of 102 ft v a vein of natural gas was struck, which, on being ignited, burned so fiercely that the owner became alarmed and 'had the well filled up. The TELEGRAPH gave an accountof the incident about the time it occurred and has referred to it a number of times since. tireat Chance (or Bargains. The stock purchased of C . M. Grandall, Chinaware, Queensware, Silver- plated ware, Glassware, Lamps, Table Cutlery, in short household goods of every variety and style, is being sold off at 60 cents on the dollar, until June 1st. 9 tf FISHING EXCURSION.— A party of gentlemen left here about noon today on tho Huson, bound for a fishing and hunting excursion to Smith's lake. They had two guns, plenty of fishing tackle, abundance of bait, including two kegs of "minnows on ice," and a supply of hampers filled with provisions. A glut of the fish market is confidently expected after their re« turn. Among the excursionists were: Messrs. Z. B. Job, S. F. Connor, G. A. Bayle, G. R. Hewitt, U. J. Bowman, Geo; F. MoNulty, Jos. Hamill, F. Morell, C. Bateman, W. D. Sparks, J. J. Molnernoy, H.M. and Ernst Sohwep- pe, C. H. Randle, Jas. Duncan. The Rice Coil Spring puts the baby to sleep. It settles the business between the fellow and his girt. She's too nappy to say "no" after a half hour's ride in a buggy with the Rice Coil Spring. dwlw EUWAKUSYILLE. Our Line is Complete FOR mi iera LOOKING TO THE FUTURE. Matters oi Local Interest. REUNION COMMITTEES. A joint session of the G. A. R. corn* mittee and the Citizens' committee was held at Mr. H. M. Sohweppe's store last evening. There was a good attendance ana great manifestation of interest in regard to the reunion on the 4th and 5th of July. Among those present were : Maj. Frank Moore, Wm. Head and P. Greenwood, of Woodriver, Everything gave assurance of success, thus encouraging the members of the committees to renewed efforts. A full understanding was arrived at as to the work to be done and all those interested in the management of affairs will push matters to completion. IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. The Directors of the Alton Improvement Association met this morning and elected the following officers : President— U. W. Milnor; Vice President—Henry Watson ; Sec. and Treos— H. U. Pbinney. A committee was appointed to draft constitution and by-laws consisting of Goo. R. Hewitt, L. Pfelffonborger, H. R, Phlnney. FlBBlWOKKS. Major Frank Moore says that the nayal combat on the river in front of Alton the evening of the 4th of July, with an almost unlimited pyrotoohnloal display, will bo'a grand feature of the Soldiers' and Sailors' reunion.] Enough steam boaU and barges can be procured to make the exhibition thrillingly realistic. UPPER ALTON. EDWABDSVILLB, May 17,'87. Our newspapers think that onr clttaons are entitled to a better depot building In this city than the 7x9 affair now offered as an excuse for such a structure. The building Is about twenty years old, Is very small, and does not afford sufficient shelter in case ol rain. But the proper way to get at such things Is to lodge complaint with the Railroad Commissioners of. the State. Enough can bo done in a day to make the parties In power come to time. Let some one wlio would like to sit down when there are six people In the depot make complaint. The depot Is a disgrace to our town. VARIOUS—County court has been In session this week. The Knights o£ Pythias, the Odd Fellows and the Masons are busy conferring degrees. If a man belongs to all of them he has a good excuse for staying out of nights. It Is expected that tlio concert by the Guild and the Enterprise baud will bo given at an early day. The graduates of our public schools have taken steps to form an alumni association. Decoration Day will belobsorved liere. Our school will close In ten days. Ben. Weeks has secured the contract to carry the mall between this city and Bunker Bill for the next four years. P. Wonderly &0o. paid their miners last Thursday. Our citizens expect to do big things on the .Fourth of July. Ifr. TV. E. Kelly, of the First ward school, Is completing arrangements for a school exhibition on the 31st. A good programme, the Enterprise Band, &c,, will bo among the features of the evening. All should turn out and attend. On next Sunday morning the Episcopalians will have Sunday school at nine o'clock. 1'reaohlng In tho morning and evening. The Guild will nold a meeting In the Chapel on Monday evening. Our Nationals, abaeo ball club, vanquished a club from Colllnsvlllo, on tho 15th. Tho score was 17 to 8. Mr, A. Hoffmann, of Hotel Hoffman, this city, Is also a proprietor of a Fourth street restaurant, opposite Court Bouse, St. Louis, and will have a grand opening next Saturday to-which he hoa Issued hundreds of Invitations. PERSONAL—Senator W. F. L. Hadley was homo Saturday and Sunday. Hard work seems to agree with him. Jan. Squire, of Godfrey, was here last Thursday on legal business Mr, Arthur Oehler, Principal of tho Marine schools, has been elected Principal of the Trenton schools at a good salary. He has accepted the position. Mr. O. Is considered one of the best teachers In the county and we are glad to hear of his good fortune. Mrs. Judge Gorke Is visiting In at. Loulfl. John 0. Worden, of Wordon, was down Thursday lost looking around. State's Attorney McNulty was here today. D. B. and E. W. Burroughs, who live near this city, attended Col. Fulkerson 1 solo at Jersey vlllo last week Wilbur M. Warnook visited his old homo In Monroe county last week. Mrs. W. E, Wheeler and daughter. Miss Maggie, gave a progressive euchre party last Thursday evening. Miss Lulu Sohwarz entertained a number of her young friends last Friday evening. Refreshments wore served, Miss Sadie Ooventy entertains the lie adtng Circle on Friday evening, May 47th. Hon. Henry Welubolmor, 'Squire John Jilattnor, and Charles F. Kulinen, of Utah- land, wore hero today transacting legal business. Messrs. John and Charley Galser, of Kansas " IF YOU WANT TO' DO A LITTLE Painting*, Inside or Outside, there is nothing nicer or handier than BEADY-MIXED, Quick-drying PAINTS, white] or colors, sold at MARSH'SS DRUG $ STORE. Remember This, —GO TO— SEELY&SON HEADQUARTERS FOE Papr, ffMBf Picture Frames, Brackets, Base Balls and Bats, Croquet Sets, etc. A fall line of School Books, Scratch Books and School Supplies- Remember the nlace: THIRD STREET, - • OPP. BELLE. GOLD and SILVER SHIRTS, TOWN MATTERS— Wo are Informed by a member ol tho Council that the C, & A. 11. R. Co. have Informed tho town authorities that they will not put in a depot at Upper Alton, on their "Cut Off." Tho Council are disposed to contest this matter. While the prom- City, are visiting their parents. Miss P. Dollleshldlor was married to OhftB. Bohuettmunu, at Wanda, last Thursday evening. ADAM. Seemingly Eradicated With repeated and poworful]dosos of qulnl no chills and fever In some one ot Its various formss, spring Into active existence again, often without the slightest apparent provocation. To extinguish tho smoldering embers of this obstinate and recondite malady, no lees than to subdue It when itragoa fiercely In the system, Hostettor's Stomach Bitters Is all sulllclent. When every resource ol tho pharmacopoeia has been exhausted against It In vain, tho Bitters conquer It—will remove every lingering vestige ollt. Nay, more, tho Hitters will project those brought within tho Influence of tho atmospheric poison that begets malarial disease, from Its attacks. Disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels, aro amona tho (complaints to be apprehended from tho usoof mlasma-talnted water. Those uro both cured and prevented by tho Bitters. Rheumatism, constipation and renal com- dlaiuts, yield to its action. The best for the Money. I UOB made on behalf of tho railroad, | FOB SALE. Tho residence of 0. M. Orandall, containing eight rooms, gas, water and numerous closets, with large yard and good woodsUed. Apply at residence, south uldo Boooud »t,, uour Hotel UadUon, or address box m. uiylO dwtf sts.

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