Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 20, 1887 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, May 20, 1887
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?*p«' {£* -v ;vr ! ; 'f? £* f f «jf; ALTON DAILY TEUEGIU PH. (FRIDAY EVE., MAY 20. Per:IAne. 10 cents. 7 " KOXIOB W AUVBBTISEBS, For the year 1887 we shall charge the following rates for transient notice* in our local columns: Single insertion . Three to nro insertions, Six to twelve insertions, RATES OF Am riuNgiBNT,— FIFTY cent* per Inch first insertion, and TWBlfTr-ffIVS oonte por inch for each eubstquent Insertion. $3porlnohflr8timonth, J1.BO porlnohloaoh month thereafter. : LEGAL ADVKKTISlNG: |1 ,per Inch tor tho iflrat Iniertlon, and 00 cents per Inch for each Bub<69.uonl Insertion. «r AhWe rateg will he strictly adhered to. THE DAttt TatEQttAPH Is delivered by oaiTiors to all parts of the otty of Alton and Upper Alton, for ten cents per week. Mulled to any address at the rate of 50.20 per your. TUB OfELEGKAtH has tho largest circulation oi any paper in Alton, and is the best njedlum.for advertisers. OOIINBB THIRD AND JPUSA STBBBTB. TBLB- I'HONE Bfo. 88. II UO 1T/\TTn?WG Second atrcet.neai 5o tLUlll/JUJH N't corner of Henry ';•*'• :•-:'..,.' ' '" -FOR- - ' JP1NE I STATIONERY, 8uoh as Crane's Floral. Whiting's Standard , Hurlbut's French Linens, 'Eclipse f , Peach Blow. Mikado, Charred Edne, Cream laid. Mouralng Note, and a large assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Dennlson'sWax and Beala. School Tablets and Stationery. _ decCdwly_ PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! oilEAP FOR OABH ON TIME PAYMENTS -ftanos and Organs tuned and repaired. Sew- 'SljlaohlSes repaired. Supplies tor all. Ma- ohmes. N. D. IiAMOBEUX, MiSo healer. Third street. ™arlv wpostte Belle. Alton 111. deoBdwly WATCH All kinds of Fancy, Hand made, Knit andOro- on-t goods. Hoods.Tobftggans and MltB. Men's Bcarrs and Jaso'lnators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Hiiln and Family Sowing md stamping pone. Come and give us a oal),. Don't forKet the place • fl«e9«lwlv_ Lucas Pfeiftenberger ARCHITECT, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT AND MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, Office onThlrd St., one door west oC Plasa, third floor. SUPJPLIES. OUB, Needles, and Parts, of all all Machines. We nave now the B. & GK Howe Shuttles. Also Turkish Bug Patterns and Machines. E, H. GOULDIM. • mohaiidw Remetnbur the concert at the Prosbyi terian' church on the 26th. 14 td PRESIDENT Cleveland has definitely concluded to make the visit to St. Louis, and has so expressed himself. Gauze Underwear for ladies and genn tlemen, m full supply. — Haagen & Fuess Dry Goods Co. It MACOUPIN county sbldiers' and sailors' reunion, will lake place at Girard this year—Aug. 24th and 26th. A'complete line'of Spring and Sum* mer Goods for Gent's Wear, lately received by H. C, G. Moritz, Third street. mchl7 tf A universal remark by every smoker of cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magnolia are the best, cigars in the market. Money to loan on improved ffirm property. For particulars, apply to WHIFFLE & SMILEY. B. F. HOKH, proprietor of the East St. Louis stave factory, made an assignment yesterday; assets, $93,084 84; liabilities, $56; 74248. NOTICE—The committee on Streets and Alleys will meet at Council Chamber, Saturday, May 21, at noon, to open bids for street work.-^-J. E. Coppinger, Chairman. It Louis Rheining, charged with the murder of John Boston, at Beardstown recently, surrendered to the authorities a few days ago, and had his preliminary trial Tuesday morning. Bail was fixed at $3,000 and in default he was sent to jail.— Wfiitefiall Republican.-: Get Ladies' Shoes—Star Shoe Store. • . It "Come where the roses are sweetest" is tho name of a new song. We think it ought to have been, come where bargains are cheapest, at John H. Oilman's. ' 20 2 SI. Nicholas far June is a obarming number and will delight all the young folks. The contents are varied, rich and entertaining. Every boy and girl should read it. Call at the bookstore and buy a copy. . TIIE Auburn Citizen of this week says: "The coal shaft has been leased, by Dennis Noonan.of Alton. Operations will be resumed Monday with a full force of hands." DINNER.—The ladies oflhe Unitarian church will give a dinner and apron sale next Friday, May 27th, in tho store building on Third street formerly occupied by Mr. Wm. Siem, adjoining Mr. Neerman's. 20 2 THE St. Louis Coroner held an inquest yesterday on the body of Jno. O' Malloy who was suffocated in the tunnel. The St. Louis tunnel and the Main street depot are among the groat curiosities of modern civilization. We have an elegant stock of Embrois dery Flouncing. —Haagen & Fuoss Dry Goods Ce. . It THE growing wheat looks splendidly, better than it has for years at this season. This is the universal report. The heads are beginning to appear and the prediction is made that all the wheat in the county will be harvested by the 20th of Juno. Don't forget the place—strawberries at Connor's, 118 Third at. It THE Chester Building Association has ceosed_to oxistowing, BO th,o Clarion says, to'the want of sympathy and support on the part of the people. They must be queer people down thore if they don't know a good thing when they see it. ^ '_ We never yet saw clothing so awful cheap as now at Globo, Alton. 19 w2t dlt California excursions, via 0. & An May 26 and 81, June 14 and 28, July 12 and 20. ' 19 2 Wit THB General Assembly of the Presbyterian church of the United States, met, yesterday, m Omaha, Neb., and the General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church on the same day in St. Loula. Tho Ulco Coll Spring put* tho baby to sloop. It settles the business between tho fellow and his girl. She's too hap. py to say "no" after a half hour's ride In a buggy with the Rice Coil Spring. dwlw MESSRS. Wm. Hope and Ed. Ash have a contract for putting down a brick sidewalk on tho east side of the city building and have commenced removing the old stout) sidewalk. Light weight Summer Corsets, at Pierson & Carr Dry Goods Go's. It MRS. B. F. Wmsoott has sold her store opposite the water tanks on State street, to Mrs. S. Ingham, who is having tho place refurnished, painted and improved generally. Mrs. Winscott has moved to her now house, opposite tho Mission school house: Elegant line Gont's Shoes—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It POSTPONED—On account of the death of Mrs. Caroline Newman, of Upper Alton, the reception at Mr. Geo. K. Hopkins' to Mr. and Mrs.Geo. M. Ryrio and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Hopkins, Jr., has been postponed until next Friday, the 27th inst. Full stoek Slippers—Star Shoe Store. It D., of Yale College, nothor of the Mathematical text books bearing his name, Capt. D. Burt Loomls, of Still* water, Minn., and Prof. J. Calvin Loomls, ot Alabama. Mrs. Newman has been seriously til nearly all winter but appeared to be recovering-was able to ride out and on Thursday evening walked .for some time in the yard about tho house. She [ate her eupper as uaual. After tea she was taken with terrible pains in the head, and becoming unconscious soon after, she remained so untiljhor death, which occurred as stated, Jabout twelve hours after the attack. The funeral services are appointed for Sunday afternoon. Children's Spring Heel Shoes and Slippers.—Star Shoe Store, Big 102. It Its astonishing to 'see the great quantities ot ladles' hats and .bonnets, sold at the Globe. 19 w2t dlt - tireat Chance for Bargains. The stock purchased of C. M. Cran« dall, Chlnaware, Queenswaro, Silver- plated ware, Glassware, Lamps, Table Cutlery, in short household goods of every variety and style, is being sold off at 50 cents on tho dollar, until Juno 1st. 9tf THE FISHING EXCURSION.—The gentlemen who went yesterday on a fishing and hunting excursion on the Hudson to Smith's lake returned at 4 o'clock this morning per steamer Spread Eagle. The gentlemen composing the party are proverbially modest and henco do not boast of the immense number of fish secured, but the delay in the return was undoubtedly caused by the halt necessary to load tho catch on the boat, and the further fact that a trip was made to Cap au Gns to procure a barge loaded with sand. Among the principal fish noted wore sardines, salmon, halibut, mackerel and minnows. Away they go, groceries.for cost and fixtures por sale, at the Globe, Alton. 19 w2t dlt PEKBOSAL. Miss Lilhe Krlmmtz is visiting in St Louis. Mayor M'Pike has returned from Chicago. Mr. H. S.Matthews returned from Kansas this morning. Col. Rodgers and Capt. Sparks, corns mittee on Speakers of the Soldiers' Reunion, intend inviting Gov Oglesby, Gen. Palmer, Gen. A. J. Smith and Col. Gait to address the people here on the Fourth of July. Its money m your wallet'to read tlw prices in Globo ad. in this issue. 19 w2tdlt JHAMTOU. The summer vacation draws near and there seems to bo more inclination among the people to patronize some quiet Western retreat than to journey to the usual resorts at the East. This is a sensible view to take of the matter. No summer resort in the United States equals Manitou, Col. in attractiveness. The climate is perfect, the scenery unsurpassed and the objects 'of interest in tho vicinity unequalled in number and grandeur. We call attention to the quotations of the Globe ad. in this paper. 19 w2tdlt NOTES. Our Line is Complete I PIN Buy Early. ForlceC Indications for Illinois: Warmer, fair weather; southerly winds, becoming variable. The St. Louis Browns defeated the Athletics yesterday. The litigation over the estate of the late ex-Mayor Bowman, of East St. Louis has been settled by a satisfactory division of the property. Farmers are busy making up for time lost during the wet weather. Louis Sterntz claims t& have brought in the first load of strawberries into the Alton market. Use the Fresh, Pure, Home-made Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla MADE AT Marsh's Drug Store. DPPEE ALTON. New Egyptian Laces, CarrDry Goods Go's. at Pierson i U CHEEK. . Ocean Passage Tickets .':' 'AtLOWBW JUTKS 0| the UUNAUD, WUJTB STAR, and Tills Union Bridge Co., of Buffalo, N. Y., has boon awarded the contract to build the great stool bridge at Cairo, for $8,600,000. This Is the company, wo understand, that has the contract for building the Central Missouri bridge at this point Loyser Bros, are ready for tho warm weather oampa^&with all the delicacies of tho season, waoroam, soda water, icn cream soda, strawberries and cream, oranges, lemons, bananas, and all other fruits In their season. 20 2 The Council have received a car load of lumber for construction and repairs of sidewalks. The Sidewalk-committee are trying the experiment of cinder sidewalks to be covered by gravel, and are putting in a small piece of the new walk opposite Dr. Kendrick's residence. No voter should forget the election on Village Organization next Tuesday. PEHSONAL—Mrs. M. M. Bostwick returned Wednesday from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Spalding, at Edwardsville. Mrs. Merchant and daughter, Miss Katie, leave next month for Vermont where they will spend some weeks, sailing August 18 for Germany, where Miss Merchant will take a musical course at the Berlin Conservatory. We regret to part with those ladies, but are glad for the opportunity to bo afforded Miss Kate to future cultivate her musical talent. They will bo with Prof. F. I. Merchant who is attending the University at Berlin. • Mrs. Warron Arminglon, of Nutrona, is visiting nor mother, Mrs. C. F Kendall. DEATH ov MBS. C. NEWMAN—Mrs. Caroline Newman died at 6 o'clock this Friday morning, at tho resldonco of Mrs. Cyrus Edwmfds,from an apoplectic stroke. To those who during her fifty years' residence hero have learned to respect and love her, this news will bring sincere sorrow. She was a woman of an exceptionally lovely Christian charaeter, one of tho "mothers in Israel." Mrs. Newman was a native of Wellington, Tolland county, Conii., a daughter of Rov. ilubbol Loomis, one of the founders of what is now Shurtleff College, who died hero in 1872, m his 98th year. She had|been a resident of Upper Alton continuously since her father's removal hero in 1832, except a few years following the death of hor husband, Rev. Prof. Zonas B. Newman, which occurred in 1844, while ho was Professor of Rhetoric In Shurtleff College. One sister survives hor, Mrs. Sophia Edwards, with whom sho has made hor home since her husband's death; also, threo brothers: Prof. Ellas Loomls, LL. We take notice that the Printing Committee has abandoned the Illegal design of its Chairman, and is now advertising for bids for the publication of Councilprooeedings, ordinances and advertisements. It is better to do right under pressure, than to do wrong without resistance. We congratulate .the Committee on its late repentance, and trust that we shall have no future occasion to call it to a sense of its duty. —Alton Democrat. When it is remembered that for tbe past two years the Democrat has had the city iob piinting &t its ' own figures, without bidding therefor, the above paragraph is a sample of unadulterated "cheek" that would make a Chicago drummer blush. —GO TO^i SEELY & SON HEADQUARTERS FOE. PaprJMoiSlate •., ; . .• "'"' ai ROOMS Papr. Picture Frames, Brackets, Base Balls and Bats, Croauet Sets, etc. A full line of School Books, Scratch Books and School Supplies- Remember the Dlace: THIRD STREET, • • OPP. BELLE. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the presorption of one of the best female nurses and physicians m the United States, ana has been used for forty years with never- failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of toothing its value is incalculable. It relievos the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother Price 2ftc a bottle ia!6 mwf wk 0. A. K. REUNION. Citizens' Executive committee met this afternoon and decided to make an immediate canvass for payment of subscriptions to tho Entertainment Fund for the U. A.B. Reunion, July 4 and 6. Wo ask for ourselves a cordial reception and prompt payment, for we give our time and wish to be detained as little as possible. We wish tho morfby in the bank and to bo able thus to make all contracts undorstandingly and economically. An effort on tho part of everyone will give a good name to our city and wo will honor the cause. H. M. CARR, G. K. HEWITT, H. M. SCHWEPPE, J. H. RAIBLE, H. It. PHINNEY, A. NEERMANN, O. A. HEUls. GOLD and SIL"V SHIRTS, The best for the Money. FOB SALE. Tlio resldenoQOf 0. M. Grandall, contain- IIIK elitht rooms, BUS, water and numerous closets, with large yard und good woodshed. Apply (it renldouot), nouth vide Beoond it., umirlIntel Mudlaon, oraddrombox 1M. uiyiu dwtl

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