Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 27, 1887 · Page 3
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P< JQ GO <£> OO VT AT TkTWCi "Second atreet.near '•':• £O BAJLlJJJxn D, corner ol Henry —FOB— FINE ! STATIONERY, Suoh M Orane's Floral, Whiting's Standard Papers, Hurlbut's FrencU Linens, Eclipse Bagged Edfto, Kllto Bagged Edge. Balmoral Linen, Grlmn's Linen, Turkey Laid Linen, Peach Blow, Mikado, Charred Edge, Oream Laid. Mourning Note, and a largo assortment ot Illuminated and Decorated Stationery. Donnlson'a Wax and Seals. School Tablets and Stationery .j decSdwly PIANOS, ORGANS and SEWING MACHINES! CUEAP FOB CASH ON TIME PAYMENTS Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired. Sow- IOR Machines repaired. Suppllen for all Machines. N. P. LAMOREUX, Music Dealer, Third street, nearly opposite Belle. Alton 111. deoBdwly WATCH *OB THE BABGAIN8 IN JOB'S NKW COB, BDIU>IMa. HENBV ST., AT MBS. D.HEITKAMP'S, All kludi of Fancy, Hnnd made, Knit ondOro- cn"tgoodB, B.ood8,TobngganB and Silts. Men's Heart's 'and Fascinators at very low prices. Also Dressmaking. Flaln and Family Sowing and Stamping Done. Oome and (five us a 'call. Don'tfowtetthenlace <lncSrtwlv HEADQUARTERS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS The undersigned lias In store a carefully selected stock of llanos and Organs of the best limit*; also Aocordeone, Hormou- loos, Flutes, Violins. Guitars, Guitar Strings and Piano Stools. Instruments warranted for five yean. Old 1'lunos taken in exchange JOS. FLOSS, THIRD ST. At Mook's Pharmacy NOTICE to AOVERI'UEBS. For the year 1897 we shall charge the fol- owing rates tor transient notices In our local olumns: ; nRle Insertion , , . ,10 cents, 'hreo to flvo Insortlons, , . 7 " Ix to twelve Insertions, . , 5 " RATBS OP ADVERTISING! .-F/Frr cents per Inch first In- ortlon, and TWBNTy-flVS cents per Inch or each subsequent Insertion. Taper Inch first .month, $1.50 per Inch .oaoli month thereafter. IBGALj ADVERTISING! per inch for the .first Insertion, ami 60 ents per Inch for each subsoquenl Insertion. JKT Above rates will be strictly adhered to. THE DAILY TKUCGHAl'U IB delivered by arrlors to all parts of the city of Alton and 'ppor Alton, tor ten cents per week. Mailed o any address at the rate Of $6,20 per year. TUB TELEGRAPH has the largest clrcula- lon ot any paper 1A Alton, and Is the best medium for advertisers. OonNElt TlIHlD AHJ> PIA.8X STBBBTS. THUS- HONE NO. 38. \ FOB Ocean Passage Tickets ' ' ' ' AtLOWKST 1U.TK8 Of the , ODUAHDrWHITB 8!pA^i apd '', ALLAN LINE; also of all I < - , QBIIHAN and 'FKHNOH LINKS Apply to BBDKI15HAB8KK & SONNTAG, .'< aP»K»w8w • Alton, HI. FOB SAUL The residence ot, Q. M. Orandail, contain ing eight rooms, gaa, water aud numorou oloaets, wWh large yard and good woodshed - •7at'resldonoo, noutn side.Second et Hotel Muaison, or addrois box 182. •SAKE ADVANTAGE OP THE .''',.; 'I ' ,.BOOM.' . '-.... il'arMoi intending to buy Itettl «utato in tli city ot Alton ot vicinity will find It to thcl Interest to call attlieontooof Budennanso A Bonnttg and examine tbelr lint ot proper tie* for tale M only a port thereof la adver tiled, »p8dwt( ALTON DAILY 'tmmvi FRIDAY EVE., MAY 27. Wall paper hung at short notice.— Obermuoller. 26 8 THE St. Louis Browns defeated the rletcopolltans yesterday. CAPT Wm. Leyhe, State street, has ad his house, barn, arbors, &c., ainted. ' Slippers, complete lint, at Morrissey I'OB. It INDICATIONS for Illinois: local rains j ght, variable winds, slight changes n temperature. Beautiful White Dress Goods and "'lounoings—Pierson'i&.Carr Dry Goods Co. , , It ' Beall.Broa. have ornamented their manufacturing establishment on Belle treot with a nicely lettered sign. Don't fail to secure a pattern of those legant Batiste,38 inches wide at 12 1>2 ta. — Haagen & Fueis D. G. Co. dwlt THE real estate sales of record, in lie county for the week ending May 1, amounted to $10,785. THERE will be a strawberry festival at e (J. F. Church this evening also a hort musical programme. Wantyd—Two good gentlemen board- rs, at a location near the business part t the city Apply at this office. 26 2 A complete line of Spring and Sum* mer Goods for dent's Wear, lately re- eivsd by H. C. G. Morite, Third street, mchl? tf A universal remark by every smoker f cigars: Neminger's Fig and Magno- a we the best cigars in the market. REV. L. A. Abbott is absent at M in* eapolis attending the Baptist National meetings. Rev. Wm. Green, of Upper ilton, will supply Dr. Abbott's pulpit anday. CLOSE THE STORES—It would be a good idea for all business houses to lose next Monday, Decoration Day, rom 2 to 6 p. m., that all may join in he observance. Wide Lace and Embroideries for Summer dresses.—Fierson & Carr Dry oods Co. It PRESIDENT Hayues and General Manager Fisher of the St. L. & Central lli'nois R. R. have returned to St. Louis from New York, but it is not mown here yet what success they had n negotiating their bonds. FOB RENT—An eligible house con- dining seven rooms and .pantry, on fourth street, south side, between ; eorgo andLangdon. Inquire of 'Squire Quartonor at the premises—A. Browne. _______ 28 10* A MISSISSIPPI MINNOW.—Mr. W. J. Ashlook caught a catfish yesterday in his net, near Baylies 1 island which weighed 180 Iba. It was cut up into steaks and sold in market this morning. This is one of the largest fish ever caught in this vicinity. We still show a full line of bright colors in cheese cloths for Carnival dresses.—Fierson & Carr Dry Goods Co. lo ALL lovers of the drama should attend the society play, Our Boys, at City Hall, tomorrow afternoon and evening. Groat pains have been taken with the preparation for the perform* anoe and all who attend will be nobly entertained. The famous society play "Our Boys, will be given at City Hall, by St. Agnus Guild, Saturday afternoon and evening All the favorites iu the oast. Admission 15o; reserved seats for evening 26o, at Chamberlain's. t th HYMENEAL—JMr. Wm. Richardson and Mrs. Carrie E. Bolduko, wore married Wednesday afternoon, at the residence of the bride on Union street Elder Carter officiating. The Wedding March was skillfully performed on the organ ns the bridal couple took then places. Refreshments were served The newly married couple, left soon after the ceremony in a carriage to Godfrey, wjiero they took a train for a northern trip. Men's Low .Cut Shoos, splendid ttisortment, at Morrissey Broil It THE ladies of the Unitarian church have long been famous tor their culinary achievements but the dinner they served today capped the climax of excellence. The several courses were models of daintiness and delicacy ot flavor, combined with variety and generous abundance of viands. The tables were Invitingly spread and the patrons served with unsurpassed deftness and promptness. There was a arge attendance of buslnoiis men and others, and all united in complimenting ho skill aud taste of their entertainers. Wo offer a beautiful lino of Baleens at 20o,former price 25c; another line at I6c, former price, 20o, another line at .2 l-2c former price, l'6o.—Haagen & fuess Dry Goods Co. dwlt Hand Turned—the most comfortable shoe ever worn—Star Shoo Store, Big 102. It ACTING under orders from the Rail* road committee of the Council, as per resolution introduced at last meeting, the Marshal has called the attention of the railroads to tho city ordi» nanoe forbidding them to run rains in the city limits faster than six niles per hour. The result is the Tains are creeping along through the city at a snail's pace, losing time and causing general dissatisfaction. The fact is that the ordinance restrtct- ng trains to six miles an hour should >e modified so as to read between Union depot and Ninth street, instead of within city limits. Ladies' Slippers, all styles-Star Shoe Store. It " ALTON HlfclH SCHOOL. year are as The class honors this allows: Valedictory—Mabel Challacombe. Salutatory—Louise Basse. These honors are assigned to the mpils making tho highest average in daily recitations and in written examination, for three years, (during entire High school course). Mabel Challacombe's average for 8 years is 98.06; Louise Basse's, 97.705. Our line of Ladies' Fine Shoes is unsurpassed.—Morrissey Bros. It RAILROAD ITEMS. Mr. E. C. Hay ward, assistant engineer of the Central Missouri railroad, arrived in town this morning and brings with him a full outfit of tools and machinery for boring to determine the best ocation tor the piers of the bridge at this point, aud to make such surveys as will enable the company to accurate* y estimate/the cost of the bridge. tfr. Hayward has ([commenced mak- ng ^soundings and will push the preliminary .work to completion as soon as possible. He says that work on the road bed* is being pushed forward vigorously near St. Charles. Adrlce to Motners. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the presorption of one of the best female nurses and physicians m the United States, and has seen used for forty years with never- failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhcoa, griping in the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother Frice 2&o a bottle. ial5 mwf wk Men's Shoes—we got what you want. —Star Shoe Store, Big 102. Itjj Spring Goods. New goods in all shades and colors which will bo made up in suits at roas sonablo prices.* All goods out and made by tho New York Fashion Review. We guarantee a fine' fit, at Brueggeman the Tailor's, cor. Third and Piasa sts. i my!2 d6w Groat Chance for Bargains. Tho stock purchased of C. M. Cran« dftll, Chinawaro, 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 let. 9 tf Money to loan on improved farm property. For particulars, apply to WHIFFLE A SMILEY. urand Excursion to Chicago—Decora tlon May. BOAT RACK KOR GUAMPION3BIP OF AMERICA. The C. & A. R. R. will sell excursion tickets Alton to Chicago & return at $8.76 on May 28tb, 29th, and 30th, good to retrun until May 80th, throe trams each way daily. Free chair oars. 20 2t TUB 80LDIEUS' REUNION. Tho following additional subscriptions have been handed in: I'glNTKUS. ' W. N. Danvern t M. Montuomery enookn». Flynn&BcUwant.. OLKBK8 AND UOOKKUBl'XU) S 2 09 1 M UO oeorgeBmery Wm. 11. Gorhardt. T, W, Ilurgem...., ,$a oo ,. i M .. M FEBBORili. Judge J. Q, Irwin, of Edwardiville, was in town today. Col. John A. Vlnson, of Jerseyville, made this office a pleasant call this morning. Mr, Wm. Arlington, of the world renowned minstrels, wife and child, are n the city. A fine likeness of Prof. R. A. Haight. finished in crayon by Mr. Thos. Poplar, s in the Star Shoe Store show window. Mr. H. E. Farnam, who has been lulling friends in Godfrey, leaves for Tappan, Dakota, next week. Messrs. I. McAllister and J. C. Marshall, prominent citizens of Jersey county, drove down from Fidelity yea* terday. Rev. A. L. Barr returned last evening 'rom attending the Cumberland Presbyterian Genera) Assembly nt 'ovington Ohio. Hon. W. F. L.Hadloy is a member of the Legislative committee on Invitations to the great Sherman meeting at Springfield, Juno 1st. Capt. H. Brueggemann is making arrangements to remove to Los Angeles, 'al. His recent visit there impressed him very favorably with the country. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B. Smith, of Berlin. Ills, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Fansler, a part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are just returning 'rom an extended wedding tour through Colorado and other western points. Mr. Reed Stanford, ot this city, who s a student in Washington University, spending his vacation as ah assistant civil engineer on the Mobile and Ohio road. His appointment to such a responsible position is highly complU mentary to his attainments. Mr. E. A. Ulement.of Alton, 111., has >een spending a few days in our city, the guest of \Vm. R. Pmckard. Incidentally, he sold a large bill of ladies' fine shoes to one »f our most progress sive merchants.— Kingman Conner. The Governor has appointed Hon. O. A. Snedeker, of Jerseyville, one of the Honorary Commissioners to represent ,he interests of the State of Illinois in the Centennial Exposition of the Uhio Valley and Central States, to be held at Cincinnati. Men's fine Shoes, in all styles, at Morrissey Brof. " It K1YER NEWS. This evening's packets are the Hudson for St. Louis; the Spread Eagle tor irafton; the Libbie Conger, for Keo- It is now pretty definitely decided that the steamer T. B. Sims will leave on her first trip to St. Paul under the auspices of the St. Louis & St. Paul Packet Co. on Saturday ,*Juue 4; Will Close. On Monday, at 12 m. our store will be closed.—Pioraon & Carr Dry Goods Co. 27 2 REUNION UOMHITTKES. The G. A. R. Executive committee held a meeting Wednesday afternoon at C. W. Milnor's store anl appointed tho following committees for the reunion, July 4th and 6th: Transportation—W. W. Arnold, O. G. Norris, F. G. Barlow, Robt. Brown, Capt. G. W. Hill, H. C. Taturn, R. T. Largent. Printing—John Dow, Robt. Brown, Irby Williams. Music—W. Rutledee, Jas. Mathie, Irby Williams. Arrangement ot Grounds — S. S. Hobart, Robt. Curdle, A. P. Herren. Purchasing—L. Bissinger, Henry R. Phinney, J. H. Weeks. Stands-Robt. Curdle, C. H. Flick, Geo. W. Long. • Auditing—Wm. Head, John Dow, C. W. Milnor, B. L. Dorsey. Provost Marshal—Maj. Frank Moore. Reception—F. Moore, C. A. Herb, Wm. Head, E. K. Preultt, Wm. Ellis Smith, Dr. Chos. Davis, F. T. Lewis, D. R. Sparks, A. F. Rodgers, S. S. Hobavt, J. S. Culp, 11. Bruoggoraann, J. H. Weeks, W. Rutledge, J. P. Melling. Invitation—S. S. Hobart, Robt. Cur* die, L. Bissmger. speakers— A. F. Rodgors, D. R. Sparks, J. D. Hoisel. Wnter and ICQ—Adam Ruth, T. A. Taylor, Aug. Biokol, H. Johnston. PKOQRAMUB. 0. A. Herb, Irby Williams, J. A. Miller, W. Ellis Smith, Wm. Flynn, Wm. Hughes. All committees will meet at G. A. R. hall, corner Fourth and State streets, Thursday evening, June 2d, at 7 o'clock sharp. The undersigned committee would respectfully request tho Citizens' executive committee to select the grounds for the reunion and report at their earliest convenience. A. F. RODGERS, WM. HEAD, PETER GREENWOOD, S. S. HOBART, W. ELLIS SMITH, G. A. R. Executive Com. WEAKEFULLOF Satteens, Batistes, Lawns, AND ALL KINDS OF HOT WEATHER MM D. G CO. For Ice tan Use the Fresh, Pure, Home-made tracts of Lemon and Vanilla MADE AT Marsh's Drug Store, —GO TO== SEELY & SON HEADQUARTERS FOR Paper, ffiMof Picture (Frames, Brackets, Base Balls and Bats, Croquet Sets, etc. A full line iof School :ooks, Scratch Books and School Supplies- Remember the ulace: THIRD STREET, OPP. BELLE. MOTHERS! Shirt Waists For Children BRANCH: Second and Ridge streets,

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