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Extension Soles. snuu Misses and •''. Children's Extension Sole Shoes are just the thing for FALL WEAR. The Sole Projecting prevents shoe ftorn running over, thus protecting upper. Misses sizes it to 2, at $1.50, $1,7$ and $2 per pair. Children's sizes, 8 to io#,at$t.2$, $ i 7$ per pair. i These goods are to our order. made expressly 8V TUB TBLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY. TUESDAY EVK., NOV. 8. TELEGRAPH BU1LDIHO, COKNtR TBIHD Al«> PUSA Bti. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH I* drtlrered b» oirrlern to »11 part* of tbe city «f Alton, North Alton and Upper Alton, (or 10 oenW per week. Ittilal to any adireit at the rate of (0 oenti per month. I THE TELEGRAPH hu the UrtMtelKniittlm of any paper In Alton, and It tbe belt medium tortdreninert. CokMt* THIRD AHD PU»A SiRMTi. T*ti- nmn No, 88. We recommend and wan ant them to give satisfaction. ' Our name on every pair. MORRISSEY BROS Retailers of HIGH ORADE Footwear. READY MADE v - Battenberg, Scarfs, Table Covers and Doylies. Also Battenberg Patterns, Braid and Rings. Irish Point Scarfs, Table Covers and Doylies. Cordial invitation extended the Ladies to inspect o u Ine. H. F. LEHNE, 113 West Third Street. Will be Deceived at the Telegraph Office Tuesday Night. The TKI,BOKAPH will receive the election returns on Tuesday right at the office of the paper. Tbe public la invited to call and get the news. All are welcome. Have you Seen the New LARDER STUD It is the :best Shirt Stud ever produced. Post' in center of, back makes it suitable annoyance of coming out of shirt or fear of loss. Only made in 14 kt solid for shirts with either button holes, eyelet holes or a combination of the two without the gold* and only can be haa at J. H. 119 West Third Street. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bid*., Phone 185. S hurtleti School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL, W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. Ftnt term be«lni Saj aanrM ID Iiutrunvotu MM. * »™—. —— tfDBMinunuaf. Bend tor o»ttlo«ue Alton Conservatory. Elghtd Yesr. Second Term. Sept. lit. Music/Art, Elocution, Delaarte and Special Studio. Odontunder, for painless extraction. Dr. Rogerg, Third street, over Booth's Mtsa Minnie O'Haver and mother are expected home from California Thursday. Herman Fecht has bought of Carl Veakel, lot 0, block fi.North and Royal streets, for 1350. All evidences are thatT Targe vote will be polled. There IB a> rger degree oflnterest than Is usually manifested in off years. T he only place to bny GUleapie Goal la 814 Plasa street.—Dorsey Fuel Oo. The Christian Endeavor Society of tbe Congregational church will give a candy poll and social tomorrow night at the home of Miss Lucy Black. For Rent-4-rootn house, cor. 7th and Henry sts.—H. Wa. Bauer. Carriages did a big business in hauling the sovereigns to the polls. Each succeeding year the carriage business appears to be gaining more popularity. Mr. H. H. Center, living in the Bast End place, just east of the city, died this morning, aged" 69. He leaves a wife and four children. Funeral tomorrow at 10 a. m. Shampooing and vapor batha new barber 3hop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 riassat Invitations have been Issued by the High School boys of the Y. M. O. A. to the High School students to be preaent at a "husking bee" to be given Friday evening, November 11, at the Y. M. 0. A.. Lindley & Dickinson, uentiats, Nia- bettbldg., opp. City Building. The contest between the Dewey and Imperial Bawling clubs which was to hav e been tonight at Lner'a bowling alley, will not take place until next Tuesday night. Tbe Deweys have received their new uniforms. This morning's papers were as conflicting as ever. Eioh side claimed the victory, and not aoae, sided victory either. It was to be a tremendous landslide for both the great pirties We will see a few hours later who were the best guesaers. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul & Hall, Piasa st. While one of the Republican election carriages was at Watson's quarry at noon, the whistle started to blow, causing the horses to run away. The carriage, belonging to Ohas. Seibold, was considerably damaged, but no other injuries were caused. Lowe & May field, room 19 Laura building, have for rent or lease the Barter or Fulkerson place on the bluffs east of ttbe glass works, containing forty odd acres. 10 room house, barns and outbuildings, orchard and 10 acres in aaparagua. Rant low to good tenant. 22nd. 1898. For io»l lltulo, Bloou- R. C. MILLS, •%?$£,?&. Send tor dialogue. «ot»l* HOTEL MADISON, A. L. DANIELS, Proprietor. Second and BaitooiU. Alton, m Death of Tlllto Sonntag. After a lingering Illneaa of nearly twoyeejrs, caused by conaumptlon, Matilda Sontttag, daughter of Frank Bonntsg, of 1615 Belle street, died this morning at 11:30 o'clock. Throughout the long, and at times aevere 111- nees, Miss Sonntag was brave and uncomplaining, bearing the effects of the disease in a manner to win the admiration of all. She was just entering young womanhood when she was atrloiten by tbe fell disease. She had an unusually bright future, fti ahe was a young Udy of rare qualities of mind and heart. She bad entered upon life's work with, cheerfulness and bright hopes, and with the admiration of a large circle of friends who bad learned to know and highly respect her for her Christian cbaraclar and worth. Her death is a sad blow to her many frienda and alosR that words cannot express to her family. During her illness her hope never failed, and she was always willing to try any remedy and undergo any experience that might give her help. When the end came it found her prepared for the groat change which comes to nil. Miss Sonntag was 22 years old on tbe Bist of October last. The date for the funeral has not yet been fixed. ""THE ELECTION. Passing Off Quietly—A fair Vote Will Be Polled. The election today passed off vei y quietly. A great deal of hustling was done by both parties to get out the vote, carriages could be seen all over town bringing voters to the polls, and through the hard work of the party men, a good Gized vote will be polled. The indications are that Jake Knhn for Sheriff will sweep the town with Brenholt for Senator following close after. Cramer for Treasurer and Dooling for County Snperintenaent of Schools will also run considerably ahead of their ticket. The vote in the Sixth and Seventh districts is much smaller than in former years because of the formation of tbe new eighth district ont of the two wards. The vote polled up to 3 o'clock is as follows: First district 2f>9 Second district 177 Third district 270 Fourth district 200 Fifth district 279 Sixth district <•• 19" Seventh district 1*6 Eighth district 237 North Alton J160 Total 1937 The total vote will be in the neighborhood of 2,600. BLANKETS. Let us Tell You Something. We have got some of the finest blankets ever we showed yet. Wo know a good blanket when we see it and we have bought the very best for the money for our Alton people. We will not name prices this time but we do want you to see them. Pierson & Carr D. Q. Co. ItVMFNEAL Marriage of Mr. Edgar M. Davis B. Cress. and Mist Ida Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d st Try Neinlnger'a Magnolia and new Improved Fig. Q. E. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, OJIice— uor. and and Market ats. Reaidence— 3»7 B»et iaih »t. Otflce Telephone aoj. Residence 1903. S. F. CONNOR Red Eitate, Insurance Collection Agent. and It Pays to buy the Best. Beit Qoo**. Prlcei night A Trial Order Convinces. 1 T. M. ANDERSON,^ GROCER. ' Phon. 17 J. • 938 inlon SUeet. Unitarian Church. A fair sized and appreciative audience was present Snndaylevening at the Unitarian church to listen to the interesting lecture by Rev. Geo. R. Gebauer upon "Tue Ethics of Warfare." The lecturer in an able and eloquent manner aimed to show that while in the paat history of the world's war had seemed to be somewhat beneficial in the advancement of civilization and the prosperity of the nations suacessfully prosecuting it. Notwithstanding this war must be classed as an evil and as having no permanent benefit to humanity in tbe highest acceptation of the term and cannot rightly claim any ethical standing in the highest type of civilization toward whloh we are striving. The choir favored the audience with a fine musical program. Tbe subject of the lecture next Sunday evening is "The Origin of the Family and Marriage," which will be treated from a biological standpoint. How Do We Do It? By baring NoAMiili.NoP«Ulwi, fto MUllmu. •„ You pay one jmall prolU. Ow-half Sa»rt. 7 nylon to select from. M6 madmen only 117. Complete with all attachment* no*: ma»al!BuUdlniI urfi Loan lAaioolatton ALTON, ULL. Personal. Misa Lula Wilkinson returned last evening from a vialt in Springfield Miea Lottie Floyd returned to ber home at Oilleapie tbla evening, after a two weeks vlait wltb Mrs. Phoebe Holden. Mr. and Mra. 0. A. Flak, who b8Y« been staying at the realdenoe of Mr. J. H. Hopkina moved to St. Louie today, where they will reaide. Mr. Fred Job, of Chicago, is vlaiting hia father, Hon. Z. B. Job. Ex-Congressman Hadley, of Ed- wsrdsville, was the gueet of Mr. O. H. Lane laat night. He returned to bis home this morning. »ltbe o ffice Front wi onry . HAPOOOD PLOW CO. for Rent. My 7-room bouae in Middletowu, Steam heat.-U. 8. Nixon. President A. B. Turner, of Lincoln University, will preach at the 0. P. church next Sunday morning, and in the afternoon will address the Christian Endeavor Societies of Alton. Mr. Turner In State President of the Y P. S. 0. B. Gun and lock repairing done by Hubbel.—Jarreit building, e. 2nd at. Ex Goveanor RlohardfOglesby and son were in Alton a few hours this morning, on their way from the west to their home at Elkhart. Ogles- jy, Jr., iJ anoffijar in the volunteer service, and his father was acoom panying him home. They took breakfast at tbe Depat Hotel Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber ahop, 805 Belle at Tbe IllInolB Lyrip Quarette baa been organized consisting of Sylvea terLeage of Jerseyville, first tenor; Revel English, second basso-, R. Sperry, second tenor; and Mr. Bar nett Welay, of Upper Alton, first basso. The quartette will start next Monday on a tour of the States filling engagements. Try the Best, "LaBelle," «4.00. Election Reports. Reports from Edwardsvllle, Granite City and other points Indicate that a large vote was polled to-day and that there were many ballots jgratohed. Another Burglary In Upper Altoa. Night before laat wltneaaed another burglary in Upper Alton where, recently, numerous housebreaklngs have occurred. This time it waa the residence of Mr. I. a.Streeper. Tbe cellar to tbe house was entered and oaltorsluf . «„»«>/>•••••>••- aome 00 cans of fruit were t*ken wltb . „ RPIlPfifiEMAN, other articles. Upper Alton appears | L,. U. DK.UDUUL.IT1/\M, J( o be unduly afflicted with thievery desperadoes The marriage of Mr. Edgar M. Davis, of Alton, and Miss Ida B. Cross, of Jerseyville, was solemnized at 3 o'clock this afternoon in Jerseyville. Tbe ceremony took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cross, and was witnessed by the members of the families and immediate friends. Rev. Fr. Howard, of Springfield, officiated. Mian Alice Druryof Alton, and Mr. John Edwards served as attendants. The wedding was a quiet affair. After the caremony and wedding supper Mr. and Mrs. Davis left for St. Louis where they will reside In the West End. The groom in this happy event is a son of Mr. Levi Davis, and is connected with bis brother in tbe insurance business in St. Louis. He is an energetic, pushing young man, popular in a large circle of acquaintances, and highly regarded by all who know him. The bride is a daughter of one of Jersey ville's foremost citizens, a young lady of many charms and accomplishments. She has been a frequent vis itor to Alton, and has won many friends here. She is a graduate of Monticello Seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Davis have the sincere congratulations and well wishes of hosts of friends, who desire for them the beat things in life. Among those from Alton who attended the wedding were Mr. Levi Davis and family; Mr. and Mrs. Levi W. Davis; Misses Carrie Wade, Salome Hathaway and Alice Drury. Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," $4.00. ALTON ROLLHB MILLING Co. Closing Out Sale. Our entire line of Dry Good* will be sold regardless of cost at W. P. Free- raane. Box Social. St. Elizabeth's Guild will bsve a box social party Thursday, Nov. 10, at the home of Mrs. J. D. Walker. General invitation extended. Buy "LaBelle" The best, »4.00. PAUL BROS.? Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint, Glass and Oil, Sponge Chetnlos, Toilet Articles. Pine Toilet Soaps. Henry and Second ( CLOSING THE CAMPAIGN. (Ion. W. r. I. Hartley'* Stirring Address at City tlall Last Night. NECKWEAR. 811k String Ties, , lop '. 1'V, Mjj- Four-ln-lland. 811k, 30* and 40? Four-ln-lan. , . 811k Teoka and Bows. 10|*. 200 and M*. Theao arc our V>f and 6<y goods. Unnim Collars, turn down, 4 ply, 10f BUndinc Collars, i ply, 2 tor iff. Ltnene, Reversible Coll f. box n's Gloves TAILORING CO., 221 Piaaa st. The BOYS should be kept warm. Take time and come and see what a nice line of Boys Suits and Overcoats We can show you. H. M We have them in ages j to 15 years, and all kind of prices. Death of Christopher Sotler. Mr. Christopher Sotier, for many years a well known citizen of Alton died at 4 o'clock this morning at his home 209 Ridge street, after a week's illness. He came to Alton in 1864,from Kissengen, Germany, his birth place, and has resided here almost 4b years. Before the war he was employed as a bookbinder In the Courier office. He retired from business fourteen yeara ago. A wife, four sona and three daughters of bis immediate family survive him. He w*s a member of the German Benevolent Society, Turners,'Order of Harugarl and Odd Fellows. In all of theae societies and in bis wide ao- qailntanca he wa? highly respected, a? a mm ot strong character. Toe fuieral will |take plaoa on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from tbe home. Soott is tbe busiest tallorjn town. Every reader of this paper should see the* sewing machine **verttoB- ment of Hapgood Plow Oo. in this issue. It will Interest you. Hard Spring .Wheat "Cream of the Earth," »4 00. ALTON BOLLKB MIIXINU Co. Two Would-be Youthful Brides. Last night a party of three called at the residence of 'Squire Quarton 1« Miidletown, and stated they wished to secure a marriage licenae. Tbe party consisted of a young man, a young girl and a wornun who claimed to be the girl's guardian. Upon inquiry the woman admitted tbe girl was only 14 years of age, and the 'Squire refused to issue a llcenae. The would-be bride was a mere child, and as tbere was no one who could vouch for the girl as parent or guardian, the license was not granted. This morning another request for a marriage license for a girl of 14 was made. Tbe girl was Kosa Scogglne, daughter of Mrs. Eliza Soogglna, who was present and elated ahe waa willing that the license bo i.wutid. Hvw- ever, the to-be Broom, Harry Clark by name, WBH not present, and the •S«ulre promised to isaue tbe license wlumbe came for It, which it waa agreed to dj> this evenlcg. Hard lad Soil Coal. Delivered to any part ot, Telephone 818. ...WJ!* Fuel Oo. have left Bell* Notwithstanding the abort notice given, less than six hours, Hon. W. F. L. Hadley was greeted by a good alzed audience at City Hall laat evening. The character of the greeting to Mr. Hadley was warm and highly appreciative. Mr. Hadley is a prime favorite in Alton and his visits are always received with pleasure. Hia address last night was a clear, logical exposition of a few of the leading questions of the day, in which he compared tbe action of tbe Republican and Democratic parties, on financial, business and political features. The [contrast showed in every instance tbe superiority of Republican methods over Democratic methods. The address of the ex-Congressman waa one of the clearest expositions of the issues of the day delivered in Alton during the campaign. The audience vigorously applauded at almost every sentence. At the close of the address Mr. Hadley apoke in very complimentary terms of Mr. Johnston, Col. Brenholt, Jacob Kubn and other candidates on the Republican ticket. All who heard tbe address highly commended it, and showed their appreciation of the speaker by crowding around him at the close and warui- ly shaking bis hand. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Doraey Fuel Oo. They have moved to 314 Piaaa street. New Designs and New Goods. Come and See our New Good? in the following Lines: Eutopian Art Ware, Parisifee Ware, Japanese and French China, Wave Crest Ware and Russian Enamel Goods. Also our elegant stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Set Rings which comprises selections from stocks of four of the 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 have some special offers. E. H. GOULDING'S SONS, Alton'* Old Reliable Jewelry HOUM. 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. WVIBWV V* at! W| WMVHWW TH©S GOODIE. Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'S Importations No. 26 West Second st. j- Telephone 8; V Third Street ©lothier. .tr Itreet. (live them a call Oyster Supper The Royal Nelgbbora will bold .vufcarauDper »". Naval MiUta* nvatar Buooer at Naval MUly» wli ttneaday evening. Nov. 9. Tloketi to .uppw7Wi toenWtalnmwt only, Dr.A.W.Kue, Demist, Hpaldlng bid. Go to M. Morltz'a for your winter headwear. The largest stock and a teat atylea. Freeh Baltimore oyatera, cranberries and celery just received at Stanton & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market. Coal. Hard or soft coal at B. J. Lookyer.a office at quarries. Telephone 1594 He Nearly Drowned. While at play Sunday Everett Montgomery, tbe 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bibb, placed a board against a rain barrel containing 30 IB. of water, climbing up and reached down to fill a wooden tube wltb water, Tbe board he had climbed upon slipped sending him into the barrel head first. His brother Fred, aged 7 yeara, and Albert Otey, aged 8 years came up the yard and seeing his feet out of tbe barrel went to his rescue and pulled him out or he would have drowned. Trading Mamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers. -Dorsey Fuel Oo. Card of Thanks. The undersigned return grateful thank* to frienda and neighbors for kindness and sympathy shown during tbe Illness of tbe late Chris Horneyer. Mrs. Chris Horneyer, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Killinger, Mr. and Mrs. S. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. F. Horneyer, Albert Horneyer, Herman Horneyer. Trees and Plants .for Sule. Fruit trees, evergreena, ornamentals and small fruit planto; strawberry plants a specialty. For sale by WM.jAOKSON,Godfrey, III. The Temple Quartette. The Temple .Quartette of .Boston will open the season's Y. M. C. A. Star Course wltb a concert this evening at Temple Theatre. The Temple Quartette baa the reputation of being oue of tbe beat, and tbe patrons of tbe course are anticipating a flue program tonight- Indications are that tbe Course tb's year will be equally as well patronized as last oeason. Tbe Quartett la accompanied by Mlsa Burnett, reader, who will assist in tbe program. An Important Difference. To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill, that they are not atlllotod with any disease, but tost tbe system simply needs oleana- Ing, !• to bring oorafprt home to their hearto, aa a costive condition la easily oared by ualng Byrup of Flge. Manufactured by tba California ,Flg Syrup Co. only, wtd sold by all drngglata. We have just received a new and full line of _ Shot Guns and Rifles. Shot Guns $5 and up. Ammunition ot all kinds. It cost you nothing to inspect our stock. Uill and get prices before buying elsewhere. A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle Look at These Prices Granite Stew Pana W " Bread " W " Dippers 10/ " Pudding Pans 10.' " Bucket* ...l&f Tea Spoona, a set of Table Spoons, a set Wf OllOloth, per yard 10? Tea Cups and Saucers,a set26' Lunch Boxes W Lunch Baskets W o pieces Tea Set W Thread, 3 spools for W 7 pieces Berry Set W Lamps 6> Embroidery Silk, 2 skeins. 5f Stamped dolllea for V A nice line ot Fancy Sklrta. Also a large and Complete Line of TOYS, all this Year's Stock. H. A. BETZ.650B.2dst Our Fall Stock of Groceries baa all boeu received fresh, and ow supply prepared grain foods havo arrived, consisting of: Rolled Aveua, Creaoi o^Wucat, Oat Meal, Hominy drill, Farina, Ralston Bkft. Food J Parched Farinose,! Purina, Pettijohn Breakfast J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belle street, fctf - - " Phone

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