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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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Extension Soles. The Sole Projecting prevents shoe from running over, thus protecting upper. Misses sizes n to 2, at #1.50, $1.75,and $2 per pair. Children's sizes, 8 to io#, at$1.25, $i 75 per pair. These goods are made expressly to our order. Misses and Children's Extension Sole Shoes are just the thing for FALL WEAR. j We recbmmend and wart ant them to give satisfaction. Our name on every pair. MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. BARGAINS FOR Saturday and Monday 10 per cent discount on all DRESS GOODS at a</ a yard and over. 10 per cent discount on all DRESS LININGS. 20 per cent ' iscount on Remnants ofJOUTlNG FLANNEL. lof FEATHERSTITCHED BRAIDS, at W. H. f.'lEIINE, 113 W. Third st BY TH6 THLBQRAPH PR1NTINO COMPANY, THURSDAY EVJS., NOV. 10. OMCB; TBUJORAPH BUILDING, Coania THIRD AWD PUB* Bts. THE DAILY TBLEORAPH It delivered by oarrieri to all parM of the oltjr ef Alton, North Alton and Upper Alton, for 10 cents per week. Milled to any address at ton rate of BO cents per month, THB TELEGRAPH had the l»r(te«t circulation of any paper In Alton, and IB the bent medium (oradrertlsers. COIKKR THIRD AHD PIABA STRUTS, TlLI- FiOM NO. *8. C^— ~^r- IS YOUR NAME ON THE LIST As a subscriber to tho TELE- / ORAPHF If It Is not, It should ( be. Surely you want to keep) posted on the news or the city) In which you live, and all then neighboring towns of Madison > county. It will cost you ? Only lOc a Week. Pat Murphy, the tramp wno Hole two pairs of felt boots from A farmer's wagon a few days ago, had been bound over to tbe City Court grand jury In tbe sum of 1250 and taken to Kd- wardsvllle to await the next session of the grand jury. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery jnet received at Stan ton & Yeakel'fl, 2nd and Market. Chief of Police Kubn went to Kd- wardsvillo today to take a few tenuous in running the Bherlff'a office. He will relieve the present Incumbent December 6, at which date all the newly elected county officers will tal e charge. Lowe & May Held, room IS Laura buildicg, have for rent or lease the Barter or Fulkerson place on the bluffs east of the glass works, containing forly odd acres. 10 room aouee, barns and outbuilding*, orchard and 10 acres in asparagus. Rent low to good tenant. Odootonder, for painless extraction. Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Brenholt was a favorite with Democrats and Republicans alike. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul & Hall, Piaaa at. Mrs. Harry Eldridge, who has been visiting Mrs. J. J. Brenbolt has reQ turned to her home at Memphis. Shredded wheat biscuit at J. H. Baumarrs. Have you Seen the New LARDER STUD It is the. best Shirt Stud ever produced. Post in center back makes it suitable for shirts with either button . holes, eyelet holes or a combination »of the two without the annoyance of coming out of shirt or fear of loss. Only made in 14 kt solid gold, arid only can The Mohawk Olub started for Castor river in Southern Missouri latt night and will be gone ten days. Try Nelniuger'g Magnolia and new improved Fig. The Central Union Telephone Company baa established a station at Godfrey and has appointed Frank Kay, Agent. Florida oranges at J, H. Bauman's. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 Piasast Maggie Conley and husband have sold to Maggie Carson part of the south half of block 9, city proper, fsr 92,800. See what we say of umbrellas today in our change of advertisement. be haa at 119 West Third Street. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bids;., Phone 185. S hurtlett School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W. D. ARMSTRONG, Director. . First term begins Sept. Brad* 1898. For I course In Instrumental and Vocal Muslo, Eloou- ItlOB and Painting. Bend for catalogue \Q. B. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—uor. and and Market its. Residence—337 Bast ii'b at. •Illce Telephone 305, Residence 1905. It Pays to buy the Best. Beit OMd*. Pricet Right. A Trial Order Coavlnce*. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER, Phoo* 171. • - 038 Union Street. yetrs guarantee. How Do We Doll? By having No Auoli, No fttOm, flo MIMIrau. You pay one •mall profit' Oi.-lull SUv*. 1 stylos to select trom. $45 machine* only 117. Complete with all attachment* Equal to any maonlne (Old •-- irloe. Call and see 1Kb agenta at twice our price. Call and see findiorne Drop Head Maonlne and other* 9 Office Front and Henry st. HAPQOOD PLOW CO. TEMPLE THEATRE. ONE NldHT ONLY. Llndley & Dickinson, iieutlats, Nls- bett bldg., opp. City Building. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st The St. Elizabeth Quildyonng ladies will give a box luncheon this evening at the home of Mrs. J. B. Walker on Henry street. Try the Best, "LaBelle," «4.00. Circuit Court convened yesterday after a two weeks adjournment and is again hard at work disposing of cases on the docket. MONDAY NIQHT NOV. 14th ROLAND REED. Accompanied by Miss Isadore Rush In Hla Great Success By Oeo. A. Broadburst. PRICES: Parquet and Dress Circle, $1.00 Balcony SOand7Sc Qailery 25c Box office open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday. Get Your Seats In Advance. Alton Conservatory. Elfhth Year. Second Term. Sept. lit. Muilc, Art, Elocution, Delurtc and Special Studtei. MlH Alice B. Marsh, Voice and Plane. Seminary atreet, Upper Alton, MILLS, a - n< « **"*"» R. Send tor Catalogue, ,1,., Sweet cider at J. U. Bauman's. Quite a number of invitation to a reception given by Airs. George Bayle at her home in St. Louis have been received in Alton and many of 'the recipients will attend tbe reception. Miss Dietsoby will give a mashed ball tomorrow night at Gill's ball. Tte youngest cake walkers in tbe city will walk. Tbe divorce suit of Emory Clark vs. Sarah Clark was ,tried in tbe Circuit Court before a jury, today. The case is being contested by the defendant. Dr. A. O. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d at Go to M. Morltz's for your winter headwear. Tbe largest stook and ateat styles. Herbert M. Ramp was elected State Senator from the Springfield (Mo) district. Mr. Ramp was the Republican candidate. He was formerly a resident pf Alton. aoott is the busiest tailor in town. funeral of Chrlitepher Seller. The funeral of Christopher Holier was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from his late borne on Ridge street. The attendance at the funeral was very large as Mr. Sotler was widely acquainted and universally respected by all who knew him. Tbe services were conducted by Rev. Wm. Hack* man of the Evangelical cburcb. The funeral was in charge pf tbe I. O. O. P., Harugari and German Benevolent Society, of which orders be had been a member for many years. Interment was In the olty cemetery. Trading Mamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorsej Fuel Oo. Breeding Stock for Sale. A flne lot of standard bred P. R. chickens and pure bred Poland China pigs for sale at reasonable prices. Ad- diess or visit me two miles east of Upper Alton, Madiaon Co., 111. W. H. OARTWRIOHT. Death of Miss Phllena fobes. Miss H. N. Haakell, of Monticello Seminary today received a telegram announcing the death of Miss Philena Fob SB, at Philadelphia, Pa., on Tuesday Nov. 8tb. Miss Fobeu was Principal of Monticello Seminary for 25 veara or more, preceding Miss Haskell. She was the principal of the institution almost from its beginning until about 30 years ago. Miss Tobes was one of the most noted teachers in tbe country. Hundreds of her pupils st 11 revere her memory. She was about 87 years of age. Box Social. St. Elizabeth's Guild will have a box social party Thursday, Nov. 10, at the home of Mrs. J. D. Walker. General invitation extended. Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," «4.00. AI/TON ROLLBB MILLING Oo. Closing Out Sale. Our entire line of Dry Qooda will be sold regardless of cost at W. F. Freemans. Cecil Sold. S. H. Wyss sold tbe little steam launch, Cecil, to the Hunter Lumber Co., of Memphis, Tenn., yesterday. The eule was made to Mr. Hunter who came to Alton for the purpose of closing the deal. The Outing was engaged to tow tbe Cecil to St. Louis and left with her tow ibis morning. From St. Louis she will proceed to Memphis under her own steam. She will be used by her owners for towing small rafts of lumber on a lake in Arkansas. Tbe Cecil was built by a syndicate of Alton men four years ago and was turned over to Mr. Wyss some time after. She IB built on the reduced plans of tbe Glad Tiding* and is quite a trim little launch. All There Is About It, WE SELL GOOD UMBRELLAS and we are under the impression that! no one gives better goods for the prices than we. BUY ONE OF US, and let November rains pelt away. It will be music for you. PIERS0N & 6ARR D. G 60. The judges of election in tbe Second Ward polls neglected to return their ballots to the County Clerk yesterday and the canvass of tbe county vote by that official has been delayed. But don't forget to buy some blankets of Dorsey Fuel Oo. have left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piasa street. Give them a call. Frank Waters, a colored youth who Is frequently an offender, was fined •10 and costs in the police court tblt morning, for jumping on a moving train. The boy was sent to Jail to serve out bis flne. _ Tbe proposition for adopting tbe amendment to the banking law was adopted Tuesday. Many voters paid little attention to the proposition but It Is thought tbe measure received enough votes to carry. Tbe only^piace to buy Olllesple Coal Is 814 Plasa street.— Dorsey Fuel Oo. See those lovely Ostrich Plumes at Misses Saucier. 10 inches long at 30? up. Also flne line of fancy feathers, Leaders for low prices. Lost. Pair of gold spectacles between Bluff etreet and Seventh street on State. Finder will be suitably rewarded if same are returned to Mre. L. Pfeiffenberger 708 State street. Edward Atberton and Mrs. Maud Ohadwick, both of this city were today licensed to marry and will be married this evening. . A Jerseyville couple, Wm. Pittman MoOIure and Miss Katherine W. Dunphy came to Alton this morning scoured a marriage license and were married at tbe residence of Bishop Ryan. orncuL RETURNS. Of Madison County, Showing Republican Majorities from 272 to 1746. County Clerk Henry HIniker today footed up the returns of the vote oast on Tuesday in Madiaon, and phoned them to the TEUjaRArn at 2 p. m. tc- day. They are as follows: Treasurer—Whittemore, Hep., OH6; Dunlap, Dem., 5033. Majority for Wbittemore, 1082. State Supt.—Bayliss, Rep., 5974; Stiver, Dem., 4805. Majority for Bay- lisa, 1,079. Congress—Johnston, Rep., 5933; Jett, Dem., 5195. Majority for Johnston, 738. Senator—Brenholt, Kep., 6077; Kinder, Dem., 5055. Majority for Brenholt, 1,022. Representatives—MoKittrick, Rep., 9054'.j; Oadwallader,Rnp., 8798; Shephard, Dem., 7218Ji; Todd, 7070. Mo Kittrick's majority in Madison, 1078; Oadwallader's majority, 1722. Judga—Early, Rep., 0148; Glass, Dem., 5084. Majority for Early, 1084. Clerk—Riniker, Rep.,6196; Lanham, Dem., 4928. Majority for Riuiker, 1268. Sberiff-Kuhn, Rep., 6563; Hotz, Dem., 4816. Majority for Kuhn, 1747, Treasurer — Tetberlngton, Rep., 6930; Cramer, Dam., 5257. Majority for Tetberlngton, 693. Superintendent of Schools—Uengon Rep , 5720; Dooliag, Dem., 5450. Majority for Henson, 272. By these returns Mr. BrenboH'a majority has been increased from 9EO to 1022 and his majority in the district to 264 votes. PAUL BROS., | Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint, Qlasi and Oil, Sponges, , Chaining, Toilet Articles. j. Fine Toilet Soaps. | Henry and Second \ —. Sts. j n •***<?sj BRENHOLT'S ELECTION. The Forty-Seventh Senatorial District Goes Republican by 264 Majority. Funeral of Tlllle Sonnug. It was a ssrrowful occasion that prompted the gathering in the Presbyterian church this afternoon. Tbe funeral of Tillie Sonntag was held at 2:30 o'clock in the church. It was tbe first funeral held in the new church and there was a large attendance of the friends and associates of the young woman. She bad been a teacher in the Sunday school and a member of the church, and there were very many of her associates in tbe church work who were present at tbe aad services. The services were conducted by Rev. H. K. Sanborn. The pall-bearers were Alex Oonaley, James Montgomery, S. R. MoOlnre, 0. B. Stanton, Will Smith, and Edgar Hollister. For Rent. My 7-room house in Middletown, Steam heat.—U. 8. Nixon. New Designs and New Goods. Come and See our New Goods ID the following Lines: Eulopian Art Ware, Parisifee Ware, Japanese and Preach 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. OOULDINQ'S SONS, Alton'! Old Reliable Jewelry House. Found. A pair of double lens spectacles with gold bows. ~ ™ Owner call at this office. Hard and Soft Coal. Delivered to any part of Telephone 213. tbe city. WM. FRIES. Banner Bargain Month of Fashionable Pall and Winter Woolens. Theac are prlco values positively without n precedent. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This Includes all our flue Fancy Wonteds, Cheviots, Scotch and Casilmerea, In (''hooks, Plaids and Strlpoa. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 to $28.00. These include all our flne Imported and Do- mentlo w.olens aa flne aa 186. We are heavily over loaded with * big stock of Fall and Winter Wooloni und we must reduce stook to raise money before Jan. 1st. The time to buy IB now, Everything at cost. Call and be convinced. L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 221 Plasa at. l\ The BOYS should be kept warm. Take time and come and see what-a nice line of oys Suits and Overcoats We can show you. We have them in ages } to »5 years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SeHWEPPE, Third Street Clothier. THE TELEGRAPH published the news last evening that Ool. John J. Brenholt had been elected Senator of tbe 47th Senatorial district. The news was received from Jerseyville at 4:30 p. m., from W. 8. Pittman, Central Oommit- min for Jerseyville. The returns from Ualhoun and Jersey were awaited anxiously by the friend? of Mr. Brenholt notwithstanding tbe assurances that were given them that his majority would be at least 125. When the actual count of the two counties was received in Jerseyvitle, tbe news was at once sent to Mr. Brenbolt by telephone that he was elected. The vote on Senator was as follows: •ftMadison county—1022 majority for Brenholt. Jersey county—633 majority for Kinder, Oalboun county—225 majority for Kinder. Kluder's total majority in the two counties is 753, leaving Brenholt's net majority in the district 261. The victory Id certainly a glorious one. The small majorities in the two Democratic counties are evidence of the brilliant race the successful candidate made. Tbe full returns giving the vote on Representatives from Jersey and Oal- houn have not yet arrived. The vote on Representative in Madison county was a? follows: Mo- Kittriok, (Rep.) 9,064Wj Oadwallader (Rep.) 8,798; Sheppard (.Dera.) 7,218.^', Todd, (Dem.) 7,070. McKlttrlck's majority over Todd is 1,978; Oadwallader's majority over Todd 1,722; Shephard's majority over Todd is 218>j Jersey and Oalboun'a Dsmsoratio majorities are still to be taken from these figures, but there is no doubt of tbe election of tbe Republican Representatives, MoKlttrlok and Gad wallader. |Every reader of this paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Flow Oo. In this issue. It will interest you. BF.N JOHNSTON" NOT ELECTED. Perwnal. Oapt. Ohas. Collins is expected to arrive home this evening from the sooth. His son Charley, is in a dangerous condition and bis family fear the end is near. Mre. F. L. Morrell and daughter, Gladys, left for Bloomington today after a visit with Alton friends. Miss Alice Drury has gone to Danville, Ky., for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Spangenberg, of \vhitehall, arrived here today to visit Mrs. H. A. Bets. Mr. George Levis baa gone to Chicago on a business trip for the Illinois Qlass Oo. Buy "LaBelle" The best, 84.00. Jett Wins by From 250 to 300. Ben Johnston has been defeated by Tom Jett for Uongress lu this Con- greecioual district. Tbe returns from tbe very flret showed the election would be close and up.to noon tbe question of who was elected was a matter of dispute. The IllinolJ State Central Committee of the Republican party claimed Mr. Johnstons election and a telephone message from Mr. Johnston wan to tbe effect that his election was highly probable. Tom Jett did not give up hope but claimed bin own election by over 700 majority. Johnston's majority uaeed on ratlin » from all the counties lu tbe district at an early hour this moruiug showed his election by 170 vote*, but later lu tbe day It was conceded all around that tbii report was due probably to errori. Mr. Jett has been elected by over 200 majority. Tbe vote of thl« «?";*f.y on the ooo«re»«louttl tl"' 6,638; Jett, 6,195, Coal. Hard or soft ooal at B. J. Lookyer> office at quarries. Telephone 1594 STRANGE CONVICT. CoAlhlnft'liniii \ever S|»oke a Wor4 Darlnir Six Venrn' Couftiieineuf. Edwurd J Cuuuiughum WHS released froui Sun Quentiu prison recently after serving u sentence of sii years for burglary committed in Orange county, Oal., and with his liberation there passed from tho prison wulls cue of the straugest characters thut ever wore the atripod gurb of the peuiteutinry. When Oouniuglmm was Inufloil within the walls of Sau Qnantiu prisou ho turned to the filler iff who had courlncted him hither from tho Kontheru part of Call- for n in nuil Mwnre it heavily solemn oath that uo word would escape bin lips during the period of his iiu'iiroeriitiou, Ouiiniugliam stood by his oath through the long, wcury years of hie sentence, and bin tougue never loosened until he stepped without tho prison walls the other day, a free man. Whenever it Iji'ciuno ueopssary for Cnniiiiigliain tn communicate his needs or wants to others bo did so in writing or by motion". Afloi being confined in tho prison a short time ho was thought to lie insane, und was sent to tho Ukiab asylum. Here he was confined hut a slioit lime, for it wna soon ascertained ho wan in his right mind and merely acting in u st iih hot n manner. Word wits scut to the prison ofllainls, aud Uuurd Miller \vas sent to the asylum to bring tlui prisoner back. When ueiir Suntii Hosa ho jumped through R our window, hut wax cupturcii afier u hard olitise. After liis return ho still preserved an Inviolahle siloncu ami \\u* put into what is known us erunli alley, lleie all kinds of iiifliii'iiTO was hrouglit to bear upon him to cause him to spoalf, Init without avail llu ill so refused to have his hnir cm, and when rvluanud the other morning hi* hair was measured aud was found to l>u 64 inrhuH in lent! Hi Whou relieved of bin prisuu yarli, u smile overspruad his comituniinco. Huv- era! people spoke to him, but he ouly grinned. Once, outside the prison gate Cunningham made up fur lost time. He condemned every one Hrouml the prison for his confinement. When nuked bow be mumined lo control himself aud pro- terve uu unbroken sileuoe for so many years, ho angrily replied that he hud no explanation to make.—8nu Francisco Olironiclu. Hard Spring Wheat "Oream of tbe Bwtti," HOQ. HOU-BB MH.UNQ Oo. Patronage hangs on a thread; that thread b 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, THOS GOUDIE, Agent for CHASE & SA^BORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. •- - Telephone 8? 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. A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle Look at These Prices Granite Stew Pans W " Bread " Wf " Dippers W " Pudding Pans IOC " Buckets 16? Tea Spoons, a set of Table Spoons, a set 10? Oil Cloth, per yard 10? Tea Cups and Saucers,a set26f Luaoh Boxes IQf Lunoh Baskets lOf 0 pieces Tea Set 261 Thread, 3 spools for V>f 7 pieces Berry Set, W Lamps 5f Embroidery 811k,',2 skeins. 6f Stamped dollies for If A nice line ot Fancy Skirt*. Also a Large and Complete Line of TOYS, all this Year's Stock. H. A. BETZ.650B.2dst Our Fall Stock of Groceries has all been received fresh, and oar supply prepared grain fooda hive arrived, coualating of: Bid t Rolled Avena,] 5J23I Cream of j Wheat, Oat Meal, Hominy Grits, _^ Farina, ~~ Ralston Bkft. FoodJ Parched Farinose,| Purina, Pettijonn Breakfast Food. J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belie streer.H - - -. IPhon? 187- v.v

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