Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on November 7, 1898 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, November 7, 1898
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?^^ ... FOR — WORKSHOPS and fACTORY. A good solid serviceable Shoe, Congress and Lace, at $1.25 Per Pair. We want to fill the work shops and Factories of the city with this shoe. It will pay you to see it. We warrant every pair. Undoubtedly the best Shoe ever offered for the money. MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. READY MADE Baltenberg, Scarfs, Table Covers and Doylies. v.Also Battenberg Patterns, Braid and Rings. I-ish Point Scarfs, Table Covers and Doylies. Cordial invitit'icn extended the Ladles to inspect our i e. H. F. LEHNE, 113 West Third Street. Have you Seen New LftRDER STUD It is the best Shirt Stud ever produced. Post in center of back makes it suitable for shirts with either button holes, eyelet holes or a combination of the two withoutthe annoyance of coming out of shirt or fear of loss. Only made in 14 kt solid gold, and only can be haa at J. H. 119 West Third Street. BV THE TEI.ROHAPH PRINTING COMPANY. MONDAY EVE., NOV. 7, OFr-lCK: TBLEOBAPH BU1IJDWO, COItKRR THIRD AND PUiA 8TI, THE DAILY TBLKORAPH II dell»er«d bj> c»rrlor» to oil i/»tt« of vhe city ft AUon, Noltli Alton and Upper Alton, for 10 oenti per week. Mulled to uny address al tha rate of 60 cents pef month. THE TELKCiRAPH has the Urgettcirculation of »ny paper In Alton, and Is th« host medium tor airertlscrr, ConKBit THIHD AMD PIABA BTMRTII. TiiLt- 88. EX-CONfiltfSSMAN HftDLEY WILL SPbAK AT ity Halljonight let tverybody Turn Out and Hear Him. Oaontunder, for painless extraction. Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Miss Emily Mrasek haa gone"~to Ilolstein, la., whcro she will make her future homo. Try the Best, "LaBolle," «4.00. fUCTION RETURNS. Will be Received at the Telegraph Tuesday Night. The glass works people paid out to their employee on Saturday afternoon $30,000 In gold. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Bathe at Prank Bauer's barber shop, 306 Belle at Miss Belle Wilson has resumed her place at Beall Bros ofllco and Miss Edith Blair haa taken a position In the ofllco of the glass works. The newest styles, in Ladles' Neckwear, very swell. Come and aee them at HAAGEN'S. Colored Mass Meeting. There will be a meeting ot colored men this evening at 8 o'clock, at the • B. O. F. hall. All are Invited. COMMITTKE, (iun and lock repairing done by Hubbel.— Jarrett building, e. 2nd st. The Sth U. 8. cavalry in which Qeo. Bruner, A. Monneron and F. Clifford are enlisted haa been ordered to Oubi for garrison duty. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul fi Hall, Piasa at. Mr. aud Mrs. John Mcblure and Miss Mary McOlure, will leave for Pittsburg, tomorrow to attend tho funeral of their uncle, John T. Mc- Olure. Fancy imitation Silk Linings for Skirte, 7J£.« to 12 ^ per yard. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bide., Phone 185. ^hurtlett School ot £> MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W. D. ARMSTRONG, Director. First term begins Sept. 23nd. 1898. For oourie In Instrumental »nd Vooal Muslo. Bloou- llon and Piloting. Send (or catalogue Q. E. WILKINSON, /W. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OHice—uor. 2nd and Market ata. Residence—317 East irb at. Olllco Telephone 305. Residence 1903. Real Estate Transfers. St. Joseph's Hoapital has sold through the agency of M. Mahoney to Julius Haas lot 14 In block 14, Hunter's addition, for §1850. Also Mrs. Ann Degnan to Drnsilla Dykemau, two lots on Dry street, in SVeaver'a subdivision, for 8325. Hard Spring Wheat "Oream of the Earth," 84-00. AI/ION ROI^BB MILLING Oo. The funeral of Ohrintopher Horneyer was held yeaterday afternoon at 2 'clock from his late home in North Alton. There waa a very large at- endanoe at the services at the home and a long oortege followed the body a city cemetery for interment. Rev. Vm. Hackman conducted the ser- ices. The funeral waa attended by he German Benevolent Society and iall bearers as follows were selected rom the order: Wm. Sohell, Louis Putze, Jas. Binale, D. Nlenbaus.B. 3ohlageter,N. Hob maun. The only place to buy Gillesplo Goal B 814 Plaaa street.— DoraeyFuel Oo. It Pays to buy the Best. Best Goodt. Prices Right A Trial Order , coflvlncei. ANDERSON, GROCER. T, M. Phone 171 pj8 Union Street. 5 HowDoWeDoW By havlna : "oPe4 Icnia ttjf U«»»l"« No Annti, No Peddlff You pay one »ma profit. Die-bill Sue. 7 stylos to seleo from. $46 maobloe only »I7. Complot with all aUaohmenl 10 voar» Kiiarnntoo. Equal to any machine spl throuab aaonts at twloo our price. Call »nd SB &? 1 andTtne Drop Hf-ad rfaohlne and other at llio olBoo From and Honry at. HAPQOOD PLOW co Thanksgiving Ladles' Home Journal. The • Thanksgiving Ladies' Home Journal marks the fifteenth anniversary of that widely read magazine, and its editor revlewa Ita paat under the unique heading, "Fifteen Yeara of Mistakes." "The Anecdotal Side of Mr Moody" reveals the chief characteristics of the great Evangelist in a succession of Interentlng atones, and '*My First Fight in the Jungle" is Henry M. Stanley's narrative of the first of his journey* into Africa. "How Richard Wagner Wrote His Operas" gives tbe nearest, clearest and most Interesting view of the famous composer that haa yet b9en written. "In "A Polish Fantasy" is told iu a beautiful and pathetic story, the early career of Paderewaki. The first chapters of Mary E. WHkina 1 new aerial are among the flotion featurea. Another that will be followed with keen interest la "The Qlrjsof Oamp Aroady." Prescriptions compounded just right at Paul's Pharmacy, Oity Hall square Mra. Lnlasetta Epps, aged 65 years, died yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her Some, 104 West Second street. The funeral will be Tueaday morning at ton o'clock from her late home. Tho marriage of Mr. JEdgar Davis to Miss Ida W. Oross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Orosa, of Jerseyville, will take place tomorrow morning at tbe home of the bride. If you want to know about good-Kid Gloves read Haagen's add. Genuine Florida Oranges at J. H. Bauman's.! Frank Garvin of the 5th infantry is visiting Mr. James Manpin in this city. Frank is stationed at' Ft. Mc- Phereon, at Atlinta, and is very well treated. His furlough will expire in one week and he will return to JL'ort MciPherson or Santiago de Cuba. For Rent— 4-room house, cor. 7th and Henry sts.— H. Wn,. Bauer. A lire alarm was' turned in yesterday morning for a blaze in the residence of Mrs. H. J. Dilnonn at Grove and Liberty streets. The flre was in the roof of a Binall building in tbe rear of tho house. It was discovered before mach headway was made and the services of the fire department were not needed. Shampooing and vapor baths new bnrber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 Piasa st Oo'ike & Rust are making rapid headway with their contract for tilling in the Belt Lino trestle across tbe river. A b'g scraper drawn by twelve horses ia used for scraping the earth up on the embankment, which has a capacity for hauling 1,000 yards of earth in a day. About 200 feet of the trestle baa been filled to a depth of six feet in the last few days. Lowe & May field, room 19 Laura building, have for rent or lease tbe Barler or Fulknraon place on tbe bluffs east of t.the glass works, containing forty odd acres, 10 room bouse, barns and outbuildings, orchard and 10 acres In asparagus. Rent low to good tenant. Henry Itiniker is an experienced and capable ofll:iul. His candidacy for re-tleolion an County Olerk has met with a popular response iu al part,a of the county. He knows his duties and performs them with promptness and accuracy. All who have business in hla ofllce uniformly meet with treatment that leavea no room for complaint. Ho is jnat a pleasant and affable immediately afte tho eU-ct'on, aud nil through bistnrm a»boisa short time previous to tin election. Ilia nomination 1ms ulrength oned lh» tickot and will in a large de greo aid in Ha B Uoraey Fuel Oo. have left Bell Biroct and are now located at 3H Plaa street, (iivo them acall. Oyster Supper. The Royal Neighbor.* will bold a oyster supper at Naval Militia hal We-inosday ovoninit, Nov. 0. Ticket to supper, 25'; to entertainment oul> Office The Tm.BaitAi'n will receive the lection returns on Tuesday right at he office of tbe paper. The public is ivlled to call and got tbo news. All re welcome. Gel your fall wrap of . Notice. The Burlington's 7:10 a. m. subur- an train will wait at Alton until 7:20 m. Tuesday morning, Nov. 8, al- wlng patrons an opportunity to vote. — J. B. Thomas, Agt. The Big Four Flyer will wait ten minutes at Alton Tuesday morning, ov. Sth, to allow commutora time to ote.- -G. H. Hamilton, Ticket Agt. A BOOMERANG. ,Wlndy He in a Pre-election Circular, Nailed. A circular was sent around this morning making the most incorrect ;atemonts in regard to the assessment made by Jacob Kuhn in 1893. be ftrststatement is: "He raised it rom 817,500,000 to 823,070,000, an in- reaae in 1893 over the assessment of 392 of more than 8550,000." Here is fearful blunder or a great big lie. he assessment of Alton has rarely oucned $2/100,000. It is usually much ess— between eighteen and nineteen undred thousand dollars. Yet thia ring circular states that Mr. Kuhn aised the aasessraent from 817,500,00 to 823,070,000-an increase of early 35,500,000. The assessment of Mton has never reached §2,200,000. If Be circular would falsify in one statement, it iatfair to presume that all the tatemtnts are equallj so. The facta are that Mr. Kuhn raised he assessment in 1893 a little over 200,000. In 1893 the Burlington iridge was completed and assessed for be first time. Tbia will account for ne-balf of the increase. Such circu- ara are a disgrace to their author. 'his one is especially false. Come early to select your masques ;nd costumes for Friday 'a masquerade ,arty. OEO. Met OI.LUM. For Rent. My 7-roorn house in Middletown, Steam heat.— U. S. Nixon. Dr. A. a Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d bt Try Neininger'a Magnolia and new mproved Fig. Judge Wm. P. Early ia a candidate or re-election as Judge of tho County Court. During tbe four years be haa ireaided over the court he has given ;eneral satisfaction. He has shown iimself to be possessed of good legal udgment. His decisions have been ipproved both in the Appellate and Supreme Court. He baa been called upon to consider many intricate legal questions but in every case where ,hey have been taken to the Supreme 3ourt his judgment has been suatain- id. Hia character is unassailable, while his courteous treatment of all itigants before his court ia too well known to need comment. He should be, and we believe will be, re-elected by a large majority, Hard and Soft Coal. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 213. WM. FBIES. Qet your seats for theTemple Qua- - tette Concert Oo. at the Y. M. O. A. BLANKETS. Let us Tell You Something. We have got some of the know a good blanket when we see the money for our Alton'people. We will not name prices this time finest blankets ever we showed yet. Wa it and we have bought the very best for but we do want you to see them. Pierson & Carr D, Q. Co. i ^<><><>O<>K>O<XX>O-<X><XXMX^ "Jake" Kuhn, Alton's candidate for Sheriff, is a man of the people. Everybody knows, and everybody appreciates Jake Kuhn aa an honest man, a faithful public servant. He has been in tho police department of Alton for twelve years, and it is not over-stating the case to say tnat he has a larger hold upon the public confidence than any man who haa ever held the position. It requires character of more than ordinary kind to do this. He la past 01 years of age, but is still In the prime of his physical and mental faculties. He has said he will never seek another office and expects to retire from public life at the expiration of his term of Sheriff. George Hotz, his opponent, is very wealthy. He lives in the e«t end of the county. H» has boasted that he would apend hie wealth freely to win out. He haa many frienda among Republicans over there, and it is his avowed intention by a free uss of his great wealth, to secure votes enough to overcome Kuhu's votes in the west end. Mr. Kuhn ia a poor man. He has not the means to attempt to purchase votes. But he is not that kind of a man. Alton voters should remember this and give the ki ad-hearted and honest veteran police official such a vote that Hotz's money bought vote will not get within sight of it. Every voter in Alton tomorrow can do himself credit by voting for Kuhn. Don't let Hotz'a boast of a free use of money prevail. The honest voter cannot be bought, and Altouians tomorrow will honor themselves by casting their votes for Jake Kuhn. Hard Spring Wheat. "Oream of the Earth," $4.00. ALTON ROLLER MILLING Oo. Closing Out Sale. Our entire line of Dry Goods will be aold regardless of coat at W. F. Freemans. Buy "LaBelle" The best, 94.00. THIEVES CARNIVAL The Light fingered Gentry Abroad in Force Saturday Night. NECKWEAR. Silk Slrlncr 'rim, Wf, LV. "(J. Kour-in-Iland. Bilk, 3>Mnd10r. . Silk Twks and 13iwa, We. 20i' and IOC. ThcBO arc our 2ic and 6 t (joods. UniH-n Collars, turn duwn, I ply, We • Biandlnu Collars, 4 ply, 2 rorSif. Llnone, Hevoralb'e Collar. He iwx \Ve carry a voiy largo stock ot Man » <•'")«» si? ^^"^^r^-ssv,, 1 ?.^ 1 : " lk L. Q, BRUEGOEMAiN, TAILORING CO., 221 Piaaa at. The BOYS should be kept warm. Take time and come ;:nd see what a nice line of oys Suits and Overcoats ^^^ - - M »_,-,, We can show you. We have them in ages j to years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SeHWE Third Street Clothier. A moving picture machine belonging to the Chattanooga company was stolen from a baggage car on the 0. & A. tracks Saturday night. Tbe car was left standing on the tracks in tbe yards without a guard and the theft occurred sotna time between 10 and 12 o'clock p. m. The door of th» bag • gage car wis found open and tbe ma- ohiue was missing. A reward of 925 i) offered by the 0. & A. for the re turn of tbe machine uninjured and tbe assurance is given that no questions will be aaked. Tile owners of the moving picture micbios value it at $300. It was not complete, and ia its uu finished state would be valuable to no one. Tbe theft was evidently the work of local talent. Conductor Goodman of Alton train No. 21, notified the police here yea terday that he had lost a hand grip containing a ticket punch, a buncb of aondnotor'B exchange tickets, a bunch of blank terminal tickets, and a ro)' of money amounting to §10.85. Hi discovered tbe theft at Springfield and suspected two young men abou seventeen or eighteen years of agi who left the train at Alton, with be iug the guilty persona. The conduo tor suya he can identify the thieve and can give a good description o them. The police have not been abl< to locate them although a sharp look out has been kept. Two flue mlloh oowa belonging t Mr. Dennis Noouan were atolen from hie pasture Saturday night and hav not yet been found. Tho cows oouli not have escaped without aaslatano and tho fact that the pasture gate ha been opened and oloaed atrengtheiiud the conviction that they were atolen For County Treasurer, John Teth erlagton of Colllnavlllo, in the cond date. He baa had the experience of four yearn as deputy, and la a good all rouua business man. All who have uad business with the County Treasurer's oflloe know how promptly aud kindly they have been waited upon. No bottar man could be found for the ollluo, and his honesty Iu a guarantee that the county funda will be aafely kept. Give John Tetberlugton a vote tor County Troaaurer. Every reader of this paper ahonld HOG the eewlug machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Oo. in Una la- uno. It will fiitoreat you. PAUL BROS., Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint, ] Qlasg and Oil, Sponges, | Chamlos, Toilet Articles. \ Fine Toilet Soaps. A Word to Altonlans. It will be to the advantage of every Bitizen of Alton to have an able and experienced man like Ool. Brenbolt in be State Senate to represent them in bat body. He thoroughly under- tands the needs of the district. He a a man that any one, poor or rich, can approach, and be sure of a re- ipectful hearing. He will work for the district, bnt Alton will also re- ce'.ve his attention. Altonians are doubly Interested In bia election, and they should see to it that he get* a majority in Madison county sufficient K> overcome Jersey's and Oalhonn's Democratic majorities as was done In 94 and 98. The people of Alton will eadily see that it la far better to have a man who lives In their own town to epresont them in the State Senate ban to have a stranger who lives down in Nameoki, and knows little or nothing about Alton, and probably ares less, as if elected he will owe his lection to Jersey and Oalhoun. No matter how well disposed Mr. Kinder might be towards Alton, he cannot do as much for our town aa Uol. Brenholt. There will be a Republican Governor and State officers in power or the nsxt two years, and Mr. Kinler can do nothing with them. The <egislature will undoubtedly be Re- lUblican and Mr. Kinder would be a nonentity there. Mr. Kinder hai nadchia boasts that he would carry Vameoki, a Republican township sim- >ly because he raidea there. IF THAT H A aOOB ARGUMENT IN NA.MEOKI TOWNSHIP, IT IS OOOD IN ALTON TOWNSHIP, AND ALTONIANS SHOULD 8KB TO IT THAT KlNDEH GETS A Ro- LAND FOR HIS OLIVER, or in other words make Ool. Brennolt's majority in Alton BO large that it can not be overcome in Jersey and Oalhoun counties. Don't loae your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Oo. They have moved to 314 Piasa street. Dr.A.W.Kuri, minuet, Mpalding bid. Freeh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery just received at Stanton & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market. Coal. Hard or soft coal at, E. J. Lockyer s office at quarries. Telephone 1694 Personal. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sparks arrived home last evening from Boston, after protracted visit there. Albert Pfelffer haa taken u position la Crawford's in St. Louia. Mrs. Harrison I. Drummoud of St. Louia, attended the funeral of Mr. I. B. Randle i i Upper Alton yesterday afternoon. Mr. John Braznell of St. lyjuij, spent Sunday in Alton. Mr. Fred. Lehne haa returned .from Jefferson Oity, Mo. Miss Trenohery, who viditod for a mouth with her slater, Mrs. Whitmore of Omaha, is home again. New Designs and New Goods. Come and See our New Goods la the following Lines: Eutopian Art Ware, Parisifee Ware, Japanese and French China, Wave Crest Ware and Russian Enamel floods. Also our elegant stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Set s which comprises selections from stocks of four of he leading ring manufactures of the country, thus enabling us to secure a greater variety of designs. We- have the neatest and largest assortment of Rings ever shown in Alton, If you want a DIAMOND see us before you buy as we lave some special offers. E. H. QOULDINQ'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry House. Trading Mamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers, - Dorsej Fuel Oo. Treet and Plants .for Sulc. Fruit trees, evergreens, oruamen- tala and small fruit plants; strawberry plants a specialty. For sale by WM. JACKBON,Godfrey, III. BoUon the ahrlevalty are very few and bard to place. Kuuu ia the popular favorite and not a man with mono; oarea to wager It oil Hot*. Any bluffo of Democrats on Kinder are apeedll.y snapped up by Republicans and the general opinion it that BruuUolt is a winner by a good big majority. An loiportant Difference. To make It apparent to thousand Who think themselves ill, that they are not aftlloted with any dlseatte, bu that the system Dimply ueeda oloans ing, ia to bring comfort home to the! baarts, aa a costive condition ia eaallj cured by using Syrup of Figs. Mauu (actured by the 'California ,Flg Syrui Oo, only, and aold by all druggists. Patronage hangs on a thread; that thread is your satisfaction. Treat you honestly and it's as strong as a cable; abuse your confidence and it may snap like a cobweb. We are striving to build cables; therefore we handle teas and coffees imported by Chase & Sanborn. This name means a great deal in these days of cheap everything; it is a name that brings you a guarantee and satisfaction that no other line of tea and coffee will produce. No. THOS GOUDIE, Agent for CHASE & SA^BORN'S Importations. 26 West Second st. ;- - Telephone 8? STILL IN 1 We have just received a new and full line of Shot Guns and Rifles. Shot Guns $5 and up. Ammunition of all kinds. It cost you nothing to inspect our stock. Call and get prices before buying elsewhere. X* s tit A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle Our Fall Stock of Groceries baa all been received fresh, and our supply prepared gram foods have a rived, consisting of: IRolled Avena, Cream of Wheat, Oat Meal, Hominy Grits,' Farina, Ralston Bkft. Pood, ' Parched Farinose, Purina, Pettijohn Breakfast Food. J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belle street. - - - Phone 187 To Close Them Out We will sell on Saturday and Monday at a great aaorlttos FLANNEL SHIRTS— that sold at fj, $,$2, go at-Wc JEAN PANTS— that sold at # 1.2? and $i, go at - -Me HATS— that sold at $), $2, jo and $2, go at - -Me H. A. BETZ,650B.2dst

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