Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on November 12, 1898 · Page 5
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November 12, 1898

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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Extension Soles. Misses and Children's Extension Sole Shoes are just the thing for FALL WEAR. 1 The Sole Projecting prevents shoe from running over, thus j rotccling upper. Misses sizes 11 to $i 75 and $2 per pair. 2, at $1.50, Children's sizes, 8 to ioX,at$i.2j, $1 75 per pair. J Thesf 1 goods are to our order. made expressly We recommend and wan ant them to give satis- action. Our name on every pair. MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. BARGAINS FOR Saturday and Monday BY THB THLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY SATURDAY EVE., NOV. 12. OJVICB; TELEGRAPH nW!l,OINO, CORHM Tm»D AMD PlASA Bli. Ouontnndor, for painless extraction. Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Miss Baste Baruett of St. Louis, Is visiting Mrs. A. J. llowell. The Alton school case ts set for trial In the Circuit Court next Friday. Salted peanuts at McOollum'a. For a good Shave go to Russell's. Olty Court convened this morning and adjourned to November 20 at 10 a. m. Go to Booth's for Watches. Rev. Dean R. Lealand, of Lockport, N. Y., ts the guest of Rev. H. K. Sanborne. Try Netnlnger'a Magnolia and new Improved Fig. Percy Rice of the 18th U. S. Infantry is ill with typhoid fever at Hunts - villo, Ala. Business houses drove an excellent trade today. The Republican victory evidently had Its effect. Dr. G. A. MoMillen will move his office location from Temple building to Laura building Nov. 14. The HiRh School Y. M. 0. A. boys entertained the students of the High school last evening with a husking bee in the Y. M. 0. A. rooms. There was a targe crowd of jotuig people present who spent a most delightful evening. Go to M. Moritz's for your winter headwear. The largest stock and Scott Is the busiest tailor in town. Another box car on ths Bluff Line switch near the 'water works, was broken Into last night and a sack of sugar weighing 100 pouuds was stolen The police have no clue as to who Is the author of the frequent thefts from the cars In this vicinity. You can buy beautiful ana good Kid Gloves in black or in colors at The question of on whose shoulders will fall the mantle of Chief of Police when Sheriff-elect Kuhn takes his new office, Is agitating some of the police. Two men are being spoken of is probable successors, Officers Geo. Russell and Henry Spaet and Capt. Allen of the night police. Dorsey Fuel Co. have left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piosa street. Give them a call. Shampooing and vapor baths now barber shop, A. J. Zangg, 210 1'iaaa st Constable Rose will sell a small asollne launch at public sale Nov. 17. ?he boat belongs to J. T. Mataon who las been making his way down tha. All There Is About It WE SELL GOOD UMBRELLAS and we are under the impression goods tor the prices than we. that! no one gives better BUY ONE OF US, and let November rains pelt away. It will.be music for you. PIERS0N & QRRR D. G C€>. OFFICIAL VOTE OF MADISON COUNTY-ELECTION, NOVEMBER 8, 1898. ft designates republican; p. democratic; Peo, peoples; P, prohibition; 8L, social labor. llVHtla Mo 1......; Jllno No 1......;.. No" 2..;»;... of ....... Douglas. Jacob.........'* . rlne .•• Immfora....; IrvlsNol No 2.., ,(•%. lOak .'... . imcl jiplighent No 1.. No'2. fcllnsvllleNol... NO 4..... rvnnlsvllle N6 U. No 2., " No 8.. No 4,. IliussoU....... nooklXol. ....... No 2....J,.. butenu ............ driver No 1 ..',,. No 2 ..... No 3 ..... NO*..... »erl)urg..rr ...... Nn 1 , ....... No 2. ......... No a, ........ on Nol ..... . ...... No a ........... • No i NOB No 6... No 7 NOB..-. Totals..... riurulltlen £.. 217 827 152 281 (48 844 247 143 241 243 209 287 199 113 194 2^2 807 201 298 458 891 273 246 193 202 149 18» 260 118 ,210 !C9 250 876 »7 285 ,971 244 847 208 402 344 - 255 B78 3iO 329 For State Treasurer. 12,011 169 226 it 69 ~94J 190 164 185 115 143 76' 90 77 119 110 102 126 195 127 02 , 162 125 ;i!9 "9 91 109 65 93 145 160 W 117 216 169 K7 160 148 195 116 "118 178 , 109 •' 184. 6,115 1,082 63 86 44 : 85 51 106 169 183 77 6(1 132 102 86 89 109 22 95 90 y» 120 160 287 250 117 65 67 72 22 97 84 131 177 106 66 177 188 186 106 171 159 123 155 80 182 6,038 102 101 For Superintendent ' of Public Instruction. 158 226 00 51 89 112 172 190 135 65 94 182 110 137 77 84 78 110 104 D9 122 192 127 90 166 124 108 119 87 167 64 02 147 147 182 116 213 ~166 63 165 147 191 188 111 173 107 182 86 43 K 52 105 fr 187 182 93 51 126 93 83 -89 97 28 91 90 149 118 1S2 287 243 111 54 55 04 84 87 79 117 170 104 53 178 128 138 104 165 16C 74 177 4,81 100 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office — tor. and and Market sta. Residence—327 Bast la'b at. Office Telepbone 105. Residence 1903. e It Pays to buy the Best. Beit Ooodf. Prices Right A Trial Order Coflvlocei. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. Phone 171. - 938 Union Street. How Do We Do U? By bivlnK No Aieoli, No Pcdal<r>, No MMdlenun. You pay one umall profit. One-btll S>vc4. 7 Btylna to soleot from. $45 maoblnep only *17. Complete with all atlaohmonu 10 yean guarantee. Equal to any machine sold through agents at twice our prlou. Call and see our Hand»oine Drop Head Machine and others at the offloo Front and Henry st. HAPQOOD PLOW CO. 1.0*6 • ,,.^- . » » W«BM • ••*• "-••-mwp«tr By Geo. A, Broadhurst. PRICES: Parquet and Dress Circle, $1.00 Balcony SO and 7Sc Gallery 25c Box office open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday. Get Your Seat/ In Advance. For Trustees of the University of Illinois, 169 225' 68 61 90 112 172 190 136 182 108 187 75 85 71 11G 100 97 121 194 125 93 IftO 12C 107 119 J 80 15? 68 98 ,148 146 •183 117 214 158 84 101 • 146 188 139 111 170 108 m 5,958 1,080 51 85 45 80 62 105 186 182 92 60 126 98 88 89 99 21 92 87 145 118 151 288 241 115 58 K 62 21 89 87 84 88 77 118 170 103 02 175 129 '.W. 104 166 155 114 148 76 177 [4,878 115 6 4> 18 18 1 2 40 For Bopresentatlve In rnnirrpss. 18th DlSt. .« O -1 3 W , 150 227 08 52 93 109 170 189 167 86 90 129 , 108 138 72 87 71 118 95 95 121 197 126 89 154 124 101 119 83 156 63 92 KG 149 167 115 211 160 62 171 j 149 Wi 140 101 172 108 6,933 788 H K Ci a S . O m 98 45 36 51 110 153 189 77 50 128 102 88 104 19 101 98 173 129 . 154 241 2iB 117 00 57 70 22 89 91 89 91 87 122 198 J04 63.' 169 140 145 110 192 109 134 178 85 181 6,195 "•s s. 2 9 ? i i 2 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..... 2 g 1 1 2 1 42 I § '• . 1* 2 1 7 1 -2 l-'v, I'': »'•••' 2 it '. 1 2 1 2 0 5 ' C •••lit 12 2 1 B 2 6 8 : 2 2 80 3 S! fl H 05 p | 1 1 1 1 1 1 G 6 17 15 1 2 51 1 1 ,.';... 1 1 2 a 2 115 For Senator, 47111 DlSt. CH CH V CT . O W . 150 220 70' 54 87 113 176 190 139 86 95 131 110 138 70 • 86 71 109 w 101 115 191 121 101 ira 123 83 112 82 157 68 100 148 164 16C 114 199 165 118 198 150 207 167 120 179 119 0,077 1,022 H S & ? B G8 83 46 . 38 GO 104 152 130 94 61 120 99 89 99 . 22 95 97 160 107 159 245 246 126 64 68 88 81 93 95 ;s7 86 84 118 201 106 77 170 119 122 106 171 141 J169 170 5.0.-.S c* 4 •Sf'l z •s 8 2 1 7 1 2 2 2 2 -4 8 ;2 7 6 .... 5 ' -2 11 2 1 8 2 0 H 2 2 91 For Representatives. ( JKOadw «j £ 1 w 231 102 78 133 itB 268 285 199ft 1J4 luOft 166 201 112ft 122 114 183 153 178 289ft 185 . 153 231 181ft 164ft 178ft 12214 231 100ft 136 216 174 a2i 162 133ft 247ft 225 282 184ft 172 256^ 168 19S 8,778 1,702 WMcKl r. £ ti 246 B59ft 100ft 78 185 175 258 288 208VS Wit 153 208W 173' 200ft 124ft 132 180 163V4 150^ 193 ft 822ft 180 163 243 192 164 186 129V* 282ft 1031* 13S 219 279 174 8S3 152 1291,1 244ft 222 270 171ft 160ft 166 198 9.054* .1, r, ' JA'Shep P a P 97ft 127ft 81 149ft 197ft 139 189 .118 186 146ft 81ft 129 281 ft 180 851 8!6ft 199ft 84 84 87 33 132 135 65ft 130 177 263 154ft 78ft 174 198ft 214ft 147ft 252 191 1 180 2281 120 7.218 1 . i & o • 76ft G7ft 61 84 231 199ft IDS 45 .187ft 116 134 141 87ft 129 228ft 175 223 349 315 72 79(4 82ft 34ft 132 132 62V4 182 mvi 251ft 154ft 173 210 179ft 169VS 233 263 7,076 B O i S n 6 S 21 3 6 3 8 6 g 0 6 8 7 9 16 18 21 36 8 7ft B • •• 6 6 6 G 2 6 2M For County Juilgo 5 •*, a I 161 230 67 63 93 132 175 193 151 92 93 138 120 140 74 87 8.1 120 117 97 100 175 101 97 147 133 114 123 84 163 65 113 133 150 208 120 221 173 98 166 16S 204 186 110 178 116 135 6,148 1 084 K W D ? e 63 86 SO 85 M 92 ICO 140 87 42 128 94 79 ' flO 102 I [21 'I9J 68 162 125 184 266 280 140 70 63 66 17 92 97 89 78 107 118 156 100) W K9 123 141 105 169 157 112 150 76 181 5,064 For County Cleric a B D *i tn • 173 258 87 59 95 118 186 203 146 85 96 138 121 149 70 67- GO 108 98 79 188 223 134 111 165 128 108 121 90 160 66 149 160 16S 118 169 88 168 147 190 187 109 169 108 136 6,196 1 268 S e O P B O 42 CO 35 32 62 101 140 ISO 89 50 126 98 74 >J 79 99 20 111 105 146 142 219 238 181 63 66 C9 20 84 87 87 81 118 172 102 6* 128 142 109 164 116 163 75 174 «,929 For Slicrl/t. JKunn. 238 73 61 83 111 173 702 132 .,96 128 107 128 .'6 75 130 101 17S 97 114 159 181 116 • 171 176 204 116 210 ISO 223 179 266 154 . 224 165 0.5G3 GHotz, i i 73 87 46 39 64 110 161 ' 13.1 | 102 12R 105 92 102 97 82 161 ?*' 277 13S B7 64 23 66 69 99 105 61 148 106 105 62 . liW 88 111 67 U 153 , ,'4l I 1 Comity Treasurer. J Tether' ». g ts 159 231 73 62 90 116 174 195 136 67 95 136 119 ISO 74 81 145 145 119 140 1BG 164 120 120 120. 154 60 96 143 Ml 161 115 216 183 69 m 128 156 94 97 182 90 127 693 B *i O 3 S " 61 63 44 37' 54 102 157 133 97 49 . 124 96 77 91 101 27 7J 196 104 125 221 S34 119 66 64 50 20 90 93 42 89 91 135 177 103 52 210 165 187 183 2»1 222 136 211 90 110 Co. Nupt. of schools: L 51 llenson • j 159 226 68 63 84 110 153 181 131 66 92 127 103 132 76 115 109 100 102 172 98 154 114 99 117 76 161 61 114 153 141 _186 "108 224 162 K) 158 128 172 186 10K 101 104 128 270 5 « O ; 63 86 60 88 62 111 176 147 104 6b 132 105 92 l ! 9S ^ ;i55 fm' 1 170 2C6 276 137 60 71 80 28* 102 ' 85 .178 »89 133 217 SI 116 48 1B7 141 157 129 100 101 124 ' 178 SS 169 Amendment unking Law. ' 50 62 7 4 5 80 57 45 22 10 41 . & 32 87 27 12 11 4V 30 40 89 72 p 29 96 sr 29 188 t 86 14 11 60 82 13 H 75 33 48 116 3t> 29 7i 24 30 1 161 •3 5 2 6 IS 1 5 11 8 7 4 11 9 9 5 7 7 8 3 14 tf 7 6 8 9 3 10 5 8 10 4 b e K K 11 , I 1 1 1 1 1 1 B 1 ^xwita^mia^ms' . i New Goods. i tbe following Lines: Japanese and French China, Ian Enamel Goods. •s' and Gentlemen's Set from stocks of four of le country, thus enabling signs. st assortment of Rings before you buy [as we Q'S SONS, retry House. in is. 10 10 10 6 14 11 It 17 805 Alton Conservatory, Eighth Year. Second Term. Sept. 1st. Ylujlc, Art, Elocution, Delurte and Special Studies. Miss Alice K. M»r«h, Voice»nd Piano. Seminary atreet, Upper Alton, R. C. MILLS, Rend tor Catalogue. large crowd in attendance and the party was a very pleasant one. Go to Booth's for Sterling silver novelties of all kinds. The sale of seats for the engagement of Koland Reed at the Temple Monday night has been quite large. The attraction "The Wrong Mr. Wright' 1 is said to be Mr. Reed's finest. Wesley Morris, the notorious all around thief who has been indicted by several grand juries of the City Court, was arrested in Bast St. Louis yesterday for stealing a set of carpenter's tools. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st Tho first lecture of the series on "The Family as a Factor in Life" will ba given at the Unitarian church tomorrow evening by Rev. Mr. Gobauer Us subject being "The Origin of the Family and Marriage." Banner Bargain Month of Fashionable Fall and Winter Woolens. Thoao are prioo values positively without n procodont. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This Includes all our flno Fancy Woreteds, Cbovlots, Scotch und Casslmoroa, In Chocks, Plaids and Strlpos, Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 to $28.00. Those Include all our fine Imported and Do- mtmtlo woolo-s us lino as |3ii. We are heavily over loaded with a big stock of Kail and Winter Woolens «nd wo must ro- <luoe stoi'k to ralao money before Jan. 1st. 1 no time tu buy IB now. Everything at cost. Call and bo convinced. L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 221 Piasa 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. We have them in ages j to 15 years, and all klntJ of prices. H. M. SeHWEPPE, Third Street Clothier. . bought it and paid for it. W. H. ADAMS. Virden Miners Secure the Scale. It in reported that the Virden miners have won out In their struggle and that the Obioago-Virdeu operators have agreed to pay the Springfield scale of 40 cents. This information was given out yesterday, and there is great rejoicing now that a prospect for a resumption of work in the mines is in sight. President Loucks of the Ohioago- Vlrden Ooal Oo,, sent for the President of the Minors Union, and the latter went to Chicago last night. Tor Rent. My 7-room house in Middletown, Steam heat.—U. 8. Nixon. River News. The Buld Eagle passed down this morning and will be up for Peoria this evening, which will be the last trip of the season through to that port. She will run only to lower Illinois river ports after this. The H. O. Uuiitor will bo up this evening for tlio lower Illinois river. Sunday at Y. M. C. A. The men's mooting at -1 o'clock will beoadrossed by Hev. Joslati Able, and all men are cordially invited. Tho boys meeting at 2::tO will have liuvo ior have for iU subjoct, "VVliui must 1 do to bo mivod." A[l boyaare cordially invited. Next '.veok will bo observed as a week of prayer and meetings will be held each evening except Thursday. All men are cordially invited. ivttw LUl of lnlli>rn uiuiullutl for ttt Allon pa«tofflc« (or llio wcMik muling N ,v. 12, I8U8. I'lirnonmiullliiK for Uu«o loiter* will plt>a»e i»yUit>y»ru lulvortliwcl^ , f N()KTONi ,,. M K minor, J l.iinmiil, I'aul M l.'jvull. Win MM Mann, W U Man-lit, 13J Mi' Muody, I'M II Mr Owunx, K B Mr TroUuKU, JunteH C Mr WullJu.t, Mttry Mlutt Wllklni Wrlglll, Aiigut*, Mo I Mi* l)l«liu|). UK Mr Urown, UH Mrn (Jiiwloy, M .1 llnv (•liamiillii, C U Mm (.'olo, MuKUlu MU» OavlB, Jttinuii Mr lilrk, llunrlutu Mra llowull, MuryMlfo UolciroH, Mary A KarreII,Knim»Mr» which the vote was recorded as the ballot was marked. Upon returning the tissue paper showing now the bal lot was marked the price was paid. There is some talk .of throwing out the whole vote of the township because of this irregularity, but it will not affect the result of the election. Edwardsvllle township went heavily Democratic and the only effect of the throwing out of the vote would be to increase the Republican majorities all down the ticket. For a good shave, hot and oold bath go to Maul & Hall, Plaaa st. Jell's Plurality. Thomas M. Jett has been re-elected to Congress by 727 plurality. OlHoial returns from the six counties show the folio wing Ipluralltles: For Benj. F. Johnston (Rep.)—Bond, 363; Fay- etto,130j Madison, 744; total, 123U. For Thos. M. Jett (Dem.)— Montgomery, 055; Moultrle, 312; Shelby, 991); total, 1B03. Net pluralityJor Jett in tbe district Til. Jett's plurality in the district two years ago was 1,7G». Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of the Earth," «4.00. AWON ROUJSR MILLINU Uo. baptist Revival Services. The series of evangelistic services which have been In progress (or the phut three wot'kii at Ui« FU'bt Uaptl.it ehureh will be concluded tomorrow. Rev. E. H. I^vett will preach both morning and evening. The meetings have been of such a nature as to be of lasting beuent to the church. Mr. kovett has won the high esteem of those wbo have come to know him. An Important Difference. To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves 111, that they are not afllloted with any disease, but lhat the system einiply needs cleans- Ing, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, »s a costive condition IB easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by tbe California |FIg Syrup Oo. only, and sold by all druggist*. It is more cieamy! It gives better satisfaction! It is the most popular! It has tbe greatest sale of any heating stove ever made! i on a your <u hon- g as a idence a cob- ngto >re we offees se <5» means (ays of it is a you a faction ta and JCDIB. j'S Importations. ' - Telephone 89 F" •"•"•" "~~ ""'"• i i ».—T._. pw it. ? JCWITH'S • Round Oak? hons stove on earth! tind of fuel! It! ?r! % years! ^* A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp.JBelle Look at These Prices Granite Stew Pans 10? " Bread " 1<V " Dippers W " Pudding Pans lOf " Buckets 15? Tea Spoons, a set of Table Spoons, a set lOf Oil Cloth, per yard W Tea Cups and Saucers,a setae?* Lunch Boxes W Lunch Baskets W 0 pieces Tea Set 25/> Thread, 3 spools for W ^ pieces Berry Set 26> Lamps d Embroidery Sllk,^ skeins. 6f Stamped dollies for If A nice line ot Fancy Skirts. Also a Large and Complete Line of TOYS, all this Year's Stock. H. A. BBTZ.650B.2dst Our Fall Stock of Groceries has all been received fresh, and oor supply prepared grain foode have «** rived, oonamtlnK of: Rolled |Aven«, Cream^ofjWheat, Oat Meal, Horalnyarit8.il .. Farina, Ralston Bkft. Pood, {Parched Farinosc.J Purina, Breakfast P*»9J, J. H. BAUMAN, No, "400 Belle street.

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