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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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Extension Soles. Misses and Children's x Extension Sole Shoes are just the thing for FALL WEAR. Th? Sole Projecting prevents shoe from running over, thus | r upper. Misses sizes 11 to 2, at Si 71; and $2 per p.iir. \ Children's sixes, 8 to 10^, at $1.25, $i 75 per pair. Thesp goods are made expressly to our order. J We recommend and wan ant them to give satis- ction. Our name on every pair. MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. fiOREEN VELOUR In five beautiful Colors. The latest of late materials for Skirting and Skirt lining only 15^ a yar . H. R LEHNE, * 113 West Third Street. 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 hole?, eyelet holes era combination Ute-of the two without the gold, and only can be had at J. H. BOOTH'S, 119 West Third Street. TEMPLE THEATRE. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bldg.. Phone 185. S hurtlett School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. First term boglns Sept. 22nd. 1898. For course ID Imtrumeutsl and Vocal Music. Elocution and Palatine. Send tor catalogue Q. E. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office —Uor, and and Market ste. Residence—337 East ia'h at. Oiflce Telephone 203. Residence 1903. It Pays to buy the Best. {) Beit Goods. Prlcei Right. A Trial Order . | Convince!. 2 T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. 1 Phone 171. - »J8 Union Street. How Do We Do It? By bavlnit No Aienli, No l'«U!cri, No Middlemen. You pay one «mall profit. Oie-hill Sued. 7 styles to aoleol from. $46 machine? only 117. Comploto with all attaahmonli 10 years guarantee. Equal to any nmohlno uold through agents at twice our prloo. Call and nee our Handsome Drop Hoad Machine and others at the office Front and llunry st. HAPQOOD PLOW CO. ONB MIGHT ONLY. NOV. I4III ROLAND REED. Accompanied by Miss Isadore Rush In Ilia Great Success By Geo. A. Broadhurst. PRICES: Parquet and Dress Circle, $1.00 Balcony 50and75c Gallery 25c Box office open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday. Get Your Seats In Advance. Alton Conservatory. Eighth Year. Second Term. Scpl. let. Wuslc. Art, Elocution, OelMrte and Special Studies. Minn Alice E. Marsh, Volno and Piano, Bumlrmry Btreet, Upper Alton. R C M 11 I C Second and Alby . w. mlLLr>, „.., AUan , uf. Rend for Catalogue. BV THB TnLBQKAPH PRINTING COMPANY MONDAY RVH., NOV. U. OIVIC'R: TKLBURAPH BUILDING, CoitiiERTnmn *ND t'uex STS, TIIK DAILY TKI.EOrtAPII In dMlTflred by narHors to Oil pnrtfl of lho> city of Alton, North Alton and Upper Alton, for in cants pprwo Mailed to any address at thn rata of bo centn per month. TIIE TKI.EORAPII ha« tho Urgent circulation of «njr paper In Alton, end IB tbo bout median foradTettinorfi. CORKER Tump Ann PIASA BrmtCTi. T«L«- HJOfs No. 38. Odonlnnder, for painless extraction, Dr. Kogors, Third street, over Booth's Tilton, tho little daughter ot Mr nnd Mrs. Jacob Wend, is suffering with diphtheria. Buckwheat flour and maple pyrup at J. H. Uauman'a. The Outing Club has gone up the Illinois river for a few days hunting for ducks aud other game. The Fifth street paving contract has boon completed and the work of concreting Hidge etreet begun. The two-months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leady, died last night and will bo burled Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. . Harrison & Oassard the new Temple managers, have decided to refurnish tho theatre on tho stage with new curtains and settings. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 Fiasa st The Circuit Court grand jury convened today after a three wooks adjournment. Some Important cases, it is said, lue to be investigated. Dr. G. A. McMillen with a party of friends is camping on the Blue drags Club's camping ground on the Illinois. The party will return tomorrow. There is a rumor afloat that an Assistant Superintendent of Schools will oe appointed to relieve the County Superintendent of part of bis duties. Scott is the busiest tailor in town. Annie Irwin, daughter of the late Henry Irwin, of Mitchell, died last night at her home near Mitchell, after an illness of three day e. She was 19 years of age. Go to Booth's for Watches. John Flaharty has secured bond and is released from the county jail until City Court convenes again. His bondsmen are Newton Hines, Green Paiker and B. Fahrlg. Go to Booth's for Sterling silver novelties of ail kinds. A party of army officers consisting of Col. J. JA. Wilson, Major D. A. Marks and Oapt. G. S. Tyler cnme up from St, Louis yesterday to spend the day at the Madison Hotel. The Christian Endeavor Societies of Alton had a union meeting in tbo O. P. church yesterday afternoon, and were addressed by A. E. Turner, of Lincoln, President of the State 0. E. Society. Try Noluinger's Magnolia and new mprovod Fig. The County Board of Supervisors met at Ed wards villa today to allow Mils and transact other business. It was the last meeting before the newly elected county officers take charge of iheir offices. The Alton Railway & Illuminating Co. bos been assessed by the State Board of Equalization, $31,007 on itfl tangible property, and $10,993 on excess of capital stock, making a total of«12,000. _ Several ..bowling contests will be held tliis week at the several alleys. Cue Deweys and Imperials will roll Tuesday night. The Olympia and ,uer'8 alley clubs will also roll for championship. The only place to buy Otillesple Coal Is314 Plasa street.—Dorsey Fuel Co. The union Thanksgiving day services will be held this year in the Methodist Episcopal church Thursday, Sov. 24, at 10:30 a. m- Kev. J. M. Gaiser of the 0. P. church will preach >no Thanksgiving sermon. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st Thomas Lincoln, an old soldier, a member of the 22od Illinois Infantry volunteers during tho war for the Union, died at tho Soldiers' Home at Quincy on Friday last. Mr. Lincoln was a resident of Madison county. Chief of Police Kuhn will become Sheriff of Madison county three week?, from today. He will take care of the couuty jail in addition to his other offlaial duties and will live at the county seat for the next four years. Gun and lock repairing dono by Huubel.— Jarrect building, c. 2nd st. Olmrlee, the 14-yoar-old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer, of German street, was badly injured yesterday by the accidental discharge of a shot gun In the hands of a companion while out hunting. Tho charge lodged In the calf of his left leg. Roland Reed and hl« company Arrived here from Springfield this mof n- Ing and took up quarter* at tho Madison. The play for tonight, "Tho Wrong Mr. Wright" Is maid to be bin funniest and best. Tho advance Hale of Beat* for the attraction wns qnlle largo today. Have your gun smithing and lock repairing dono at the old river gland of B. Domett. A full line of repulro will he found there nt all times. Good work guaranteed. W. D. Fluent. Hev. B. H. Lovettof Davenport, la closed the series of revival services In tho Baptist church with last evening's service. Mr. Lovett has been BUG cosaful In hifl work hero and Is commended by all the workers In the Baptist church as an indefatigable laborer In his chosen field. Llndloy & Dickinson, Dentists, NIs bettbldg., opp. City Building. George Brunnor, a trooper of the 8th cavalry, is visiting his father in this city for a few days. He arrived from Huntaville, Ala., Sunday, and will leave Alton in a week to rejoin his regiment,which will go to Cuba ten days later. Frank Clifford and Arthur Monneron of this city are in the same regiment. A beautiful meteoric display was visible last night or early this morning. The earth in Its orbit passed the intersection of the orbit of Leonides, as a large aggregation of these bodies are known, and for a while the sky was ablaze with the falling meteors. The phenomenon is visible only once in 33 years in the proportions of last night. Go to Booth's for Diamonds. A little dog in St. Louis ate peach stones the other day and not being an oetrloh or a billy goat bis meal didn't agree with him. His mistress, a wealthy society woman, had ten veterinary surgeons and four pbysicians to attend the dog and the poor little creature died. The newspaper account does not say whether it was the doctors or the peach stones. Tbe ladies of tbe Unitarian church will give a supper in the church parlors Friday evening, Nov. 18, from 6 to 8. Oysters, chicken salad, turkey, cranberries, baked beans, brown bread, pineapple ice and cake will be served. Supper 40c, children 25c. Marcus Wilson Is wanted by the poll-e for stealing about 821 In money from the milk depot of T. Bechtold at Fourth and Piasa streets. Wilson watched for an opportunity, sneaked into the office and stole the money. Suspicion attached to him as he is known to have had quite a sum of money, Saturday afternoon, of the denomination stolen and was spending it quite freely. He has not yet aeen caught. Wilson bears a hard character having served a reform school sentence for a heinous offense. He does not work and has no visible means of support. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery just received at Stanon & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market. Trading Stamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorsey Fuel Co. Assignees 0. N. Travous and E. D. Gillispie, of the insolvent bank of J. A, Prickett & Son, presented a petition to the County Court Thursday asking tbe court to direct them in the matter of an offer of 830,000 cash for the Last Chance bonds and Washington Water Power stock belonging to Jie estate. A hearing 'was had in the iremises, the members of the oredit- >ra' committee being present, result - ng in an order directing the assignees io accept the offer. This is about (10,000 less than the aforesaid stock was inventoried at by the assignees, iut under the circumstances, the credits' committee having reported ;ho same valueless after a personal examination by one of them, it Is considered very favorable. This with other money in the hands of the-assignees, will pay another dividend of at least 18 per cent, making a total of 48 per cent in all received by creditors thus far. Go to M. Moritz'e for your collars, lGj«, two for 25«, for your cuffs, 25? per pair. The beat for the money. Coal. Hard or sof. coal at E. J. Lookyer> office at quarries. Telephone 1694 Banner Bargain Month of Fashionable Fall and Winter Woolens. Theao are price values positively without n ircoedont. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. PlaKU and Stripes. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 tO $28.00. Theuo Include all our fine Imported and Do- moatlo woolu •(* us fine aa $115. Wo are heavily over loaded with a big atook of Kail and Winter Woolens «nd wo must ro- tliico Bloc* to raise money before Jan. 1st. IDe time to buy In now. Everything at cost. Call and l)o convinced. L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co, 221 Plaea at. The BOYS should be kept warm. Take time and come and see what a nice line of Bovs Suits and Overcoats m "^ ^"^ j ^^ ' We can show you. We have them in a^es j to .5 years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SeHWEPPE, Third Street Clothier. All There Is About It WE SELL GOOD UMBRELLAS and we are under the impression thatj 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 & O. G ON THE GRID-IRON. W. M. A. Walks Away from Manual Training School Team. The Rugby game between the Westerns and the Manual Training School Saturday afternoon was a walk-over for the home team. Some of the Western team played the finest game of the season and this perhaps accounts in part for the score. The Westerns made five touch-downs and three goals, the M. T. 8. one touchdown and one goal. Neidrloghans, the star half back of the Westerns, was not able to play because of au injured wrist but his substitute Hubbard developed into a fine player and showed good points that have not been noticed heretofore. The Manual Training School boys put up a fine offensive game and when they had the ball the Westerns could not resist them at times. Time after time did they rush through the Westerns line in irresistible tandem plays and a touch-down and goal was scored in the first half. In defensive playing the M. T. 8. was decidedly off and went to pieces repeatedly under the rushes of the Westerns. After the M. T. S. had made a touch-down the Westerns rallied. Once when the home team was about to lose the ball on downs,Duke of the Westerns broke :brough the line with ic and ran 83 yards making a touch-down. Then Hnbbard made a brilliant play and a 30 yard run around tbe end and tallied another touch-down for the Westerns. In the second half the M. T. S. went all to pieces seaming to lose their leads. They did not, daring the half, mve the ball for any length of time, and then could not advance it any dis- anoe. Hubbard made a 60 yard run around the end and made a touchdown, Ott kicking the goal. Then Duke made a 25 yard run shortly after lie kick-off and Hubbard added 46 to .bis, scoring another touph-down and ;oal. Then Daka made a long run scoring a touch-down and goal and ime was called as the Weelerns iiad the ball on the M. T. S. 20 yard line. The score was 28 to 6. The Manual Training School team has some good players especially .in rushing. Right end Garten, full back Capt. E wing and right half Lacross being responsible 'or some very clever plays. The Leclaire Tigers will play the Alton High School team in this city Thanksgiving day. The Klrkwood Military Academy foot ball team has agreed to play the High school team next Saturday. The Alton boys will go to Kirkwood to play the game. Dr. A. O. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d st Notice. I have the right to dispose of all my iroperty as I see fit, for the reason I nought it and paid for it. W. H. ADAMS. for Rent. My 7-room house in Middletown, Steam heat.—U. 8. Nixon. An Anarchistic Doctrine. Luoohesi, who assassinated the Empress of Austria, in Switzerland, was sentenced on Thursday to life imprisonment at rigorous labor. Wiien the full penalty allowed by the Swiss law was imposed upon him, Lucchesi laughed and cried loudly, "Long live Anarchy!" and "Death to the aristocracy i" A curious feature of tbe trial watt that whenever anything waa said tending to show that ho bad attempted to deny his guilt, or to escape its consequences, he invariably interrupted, openly glorying in the crime, which, he said, waa premeditated, adding In one instance, "I did my utmost 10 make tbe stroke fatal." He declared that his motive was found in human suffering. "My doctrine," he frequently reiterated, "is that no cue who does not work should be allowed to live." If Luoohesl's aoctrine, that those "who do not work should not be allowed to live," was enforced it would soon end the race of Anarchists and assassins. Unitarian Church. Tiie first lecture of the course to le Riven by KBV. Ueo. K. Gebuuor, at the Unitarian oburoh, was well attended last evening. The subject was the "The Origin of the Family and Marriage," The le«!.urer in uu Interesting and instructive manner traced the devolopemout of the family from the lowest form of living organisms up to the mammalia and human species, showing the differ out ntrengths of family relations in the various forum of auliuul life. The lecture was listened to witli much interest and enjoyment by the. audience. The subject of the next lecture will be "The Farni- ly and Marriage among I Prehistoric and Savage Uacos." Hard Spring Wheat. "Oreaui of the Karth," 4M.OO. ALTON KOLUOH Miuuwa Co. < PAUL BROS./ Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint Glass and Oil, Sponges, Chamlos, Toilet Articles. Pine Toilet Soaps. Henry and Second Sis. LOUIS THOMAS DROWNED. Walkt Over the End of a Barge Towed by the Jennie Gllchrlst, Near Grafton. An employe of Qollke & Rust who has been working at the Hop Hollow stone quarries, walked over the end of a barge being towed by the Jennie Qllchrlst, near Grafton, Saturday night, and drowned. The name of the man was Louis Thomas, and hia age was 40 years. Thomas waa placing the lights on the forward end of the barge, and overbalancing fell into the river. As the barge was in forward motion it is supposed he was carried under it and drowned before he could get to the surface. Gollfce & Rust desire that the oody be shipped to them when found as he had enough money due him to pay for a proper burial. Trees and Plants for Sule. Fruit trees, evergreens, ornamentals and small fruit plants; strawberry plants a specialty. For sale by WM.jACK.soN v Godfrey, 111. Try the Best, "LaBelie," 94.00. fnneral of Chas. Collins. The funeral of Charles 8. Collins took place at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Services were conducted in St. Paul's Episcopal church and at the cemetery by Kev. H. M. Ohittenden. The church was filled at the hour set for the funeral obsequies, the attendance at the funeral being largely made up of young men, friends and associates of the young man whose life was so untimely taken. The service was the impressive Episcopal ritual. Mr. Ohas. D. Haagen sang a beautiful selection, "Calvary," by Rodney, that lent an added degree of impress!veness to the occasion. The bearers were Dimmook Burgess, Bart. Curdle, Ward Lane, Will Galbally, George Parker and Harry Malcom. Buy "LaBelle" The best, «4.00. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Co. They have moved to 314 Plasa street. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul & Hall, Piasa at. Hard and Soft Coal. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephonejiia, WM. FBIES. Go to M. Moritz's for your winter headwear. The largest stock and atest styles^ Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of the Earth," 84.00. AI/TON ROLLBB MILLING Co. Personal. Mr. Fred Cotter Is here from New Orleans. Miss Ethel Butler goes to Springfield this evening Ifor a week's visit. Mrs. S. SapplBgton has returned home after a five weeks visit at Mattoon. Oapt. Harry Nedaroy of the dredge Beta, attended the funeral of Charles Collins yesterday. Mrs. E. L. Williams of Light Hill, Oovlngton, Ky., is visiting Mrs. H. G. M'Pike at Mount Lookout place. F. 0. Rlehl,'Jos. Moiling, Robert Smith and Ed. Riehl left for a week's hunt in Sangamou county this .morning; __ Notice of Removal. On and after Nov. 14 my oftloe will be in the "Laura" (Post Office) building, where I hope to see my old patrons and as many new ones as may desire my services. O. A. Mi.'Miu.KN, Dentist. Dr.A.W.Kne. Dentist. Bpaldlng bid. Every reader of this paper should see the sowing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Co. in this Issue. It will interest you. V. M. C. A. Week of Prayer. The (irst meeting of the Week of Praynr will be held this evening at 7;30. There will bo meetings each evening this week except Thursday. All men are cordially invited. An Important Difference. To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves 111, that they are not amioted with >ny disease, but that the system simply needs cleansing, ta to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the California ,Flg Byrup 00. only, and sold by all druggists. New Designs and New Goods. Come and See our New Goods 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's Old Reliable Jewelry House. Patronage hangs on a thread; that thread is your satisfaction. Treat you honestly and it's as strong as a cables abuse your confidence and it may snap like a cobweb. We are striving to build cables; therefore we handle teas and coffees imported byT 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. TH©S GOUDIE, Agent for CHASE & SAVBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. ;- - Telephone 8? DO YOU KNOW It ? BECKWITH' Genuine Round Oak? Ii Is the most famous stove on earth! It will burn any kind of fuel I It gives more heatt It takes less fuel! It holds fire longer I It will last; more years! It is more cleanly! It gives better satisfaction! It is the most popular! It has the greatest sale of any heating stove ever made! A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle Look at These Prices Granite Stew Pans W " Bread " W " Dippers W " Pudding Pans 10>' " Buckets W Tea Spoons, a set " l< Table Spoons, a set 10^ Oil Cloth, per yard W? Tea Cups and Saucers,a set26>' Lunch Boxes W Lunch Baskets W 0 pieces Tea Set 25j< Thread, 3 spools for W 7 pieces Berry Set 25^ Lamps — 5f Embroidery Silk£2 skelna. 6t Stamped doilies for If A nice line ot Fancy Skirts. Also a Large and Complete Line of TOYS, all this Year's Stock, H. A. BETZ f 650B.2dst Our Fall Stock of Groceries has all been received fresh, and OOT supply prepared grain food! have arrived, consisting of: Rolled Avena, Cream of Wheat, Oat Meal, Hominy Grits,] Farina, Ralston Dkft. Pood, Parched Farinose, Purina, reaVfasl Pool, 4 j. No. 400 Belle street.

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