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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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Extension Soles. 1 Tho Sole Projecling prevents shoe fnm i inning over, thus protecting upper. Misses sizes n to 2, at $1.50, $i 75 and $j per pair. O ildrcn's sizes, 8 to ro^,at$i Si 7; per 2?, Misses and Children's Extension Sole Shoes are just the thing fcr FALL WEAR. J We recommend and wan ant them to give satis- c'ion. Our name on every pair. MORRISSEY BROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. These -goods are to our order. made expressly riOREEN VELOUR in five beautiful Colors. The latest of la!e materials for Skirting and Skirt lining only ir/ a yar . H. F. LEHNE, 113 West Third Street. &V THB TBLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY. WEDNESDAY EVJBJ., NOV. 16. Odontnnder, for painless extraction. Dr. Bogerg, Third street, over Booth's Mrs, James Templeton ami Miss Maggie Harper ate visiting at Indianapolis. Bulk olives at J. II. Bauman's. The W. M. A, foot ball team will play the Laclalre Tigers Saturday afternoon. Sweet, older at J. II. Bauman'fl. Scott Is the busiest tailor in town. A party from the Alton Oonserva. tory attended an organ recital at Pll- grlin elinroh In St, Louis lost evening. Turkish, Vapor" and1 Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle nt Prof. B. 0. Richardson will lead the meeting at the Y. M. 0. A. this even- Ing, which will open with a eong service. For Rent—4-room house, cor. 7th and llenry sts.—H. Wm. Bauer. Messrs. Fred, and E. L. Olllham of Edwardsvllle, were In town today in connection with the starting of the now National Bank. Oo to Booth's for Sterling silver novelties of all kinds. Mr. Robert Curdle returned this morning from Springfield, where he attended ;the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. Fresh oysters at J. H. Bauman's. Oo to Booth's for Watches. Alderman Wegener will be tried Thursday morning at 9 o'clock on the charge of quarrying on Baston street without proper permission. Boys extra heavy Hose, very alas- tic, splendid wearers, 25?. Child's fleece lined Hose, W and 26?. Ladies fleece lined Hose, 15,* to 50?. Have you Seen the LARDER STUD It is. the best Shirt Stud ever produced Tost in center o back-makes it suitablt for si ins with cither button hole?, eyelet holes (ratomt ination of the two without the annoyance of coming out of shirt or fear of loss. Only made in 14 kt solid gold, and only can be lua at J. H. BOOTH'S, 119 West TIJrd Street. Dr.A.W.Kue. Demist, bpaldiug bid. The Western Military Academy cadets will entertain their young lady friends Friday evening with a reception and dancing party at the academy. Every reader of this paper should see the sowing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Co. In this issue. It will interest you. The Bald Eagle will leave for Peorla this evening on the list trip of the season to that port. The upper Illinois will then practically be [closed to n ivigatioa. Try Neinlnger's magnolia and new improved Fig. A SUSPECT CAPTUBtO. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bid*.. Phone 185. Alton Conservatory. E girth Year. Second Terra. Sept. 1st. tingle, Art, Elocution, Delude and Special Studies. Mlaa Alice E. Marsh, Voice and Piano, Seminary street, Upper Alton, R C M 11 I 1 Second and Alby . I*. ffllLLo, ,ti., Alton, III. Hend tor Catalogue. S hurtletl School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W. D. ARMSTRONG, Director. First term bfglnt Sept. 22nd, 1808. Pot oounw in iMtrumeawl and Vocal Mu«lo. Elocution and Palntlnv. Send tor catalogue Q. E. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and,SURGEON, Office—uor. and and Market sts. Residence—317 East it h st. Office Telephone 903. Residence 1903 How Oo We Do It? By bivlnz N« Ainu, Nil PcUlcri, So MIMIctua. fou pay one rmal. pro 111. Ow-bill Savctf. 7 etylea to eelcoi from. S4J nmontne* on'y $17. Comploii th all attachments wit Equal to any " U yeari guarantee. through agenU at twice our prloo. «•••.-";;,-•• i our Handsome Drop Head Machine anlolhorB ! at the office Front and Henry a'.. HAPdOOD PLOW CO. It Pays to buy the Best. Beit Goods. Prices Rlojit. A Trial Order ( Convinces. T. M. ANDERSON, CROCfR. • Pfeoae 171. • WS Union 8U««I. ( Hard Spring Wheat "Cream t>f the Earth," 84 00. ALTON ROLLJ E MILLING Oo. Marcus Wilson, the local colored desperado who robbed the Bechtold dairy Saturday last, has not been captured. The police are anxious to have him safely housed np out of harm's way. The only place to .buy Gillespie Goal is314 Piaaa street.—Dorsey Fuel Oo. Judge Benj. R. Burroughs, of the Madison county Circuit Court, haa been elected presiding judge of the Appellate Oourt, at Springfield, for the year\ The three judges constituting the court take turns as presiding officers. Just received—A lot of extra fine Jackets, which being late we have marked low. These are fine garments, $10 to 915 I have ihe right tj dispose of all my propel ty as 1 see fi f , for tt.o reason I lought It and paid lor It. B W. H. ADAMS. Din W. Collet, who died ao Lis rm home near Upper Alton early this morning, was a familiar Dguro about Alton previous ts tha wir. IIJ was at that tlmo ia the dry good* bad lees, and wa-i at oaa tlmo a mem- birofthe-ftrm of Collott & Adam°, dry goods dealers In thU city. He w.i8 In his 69Lh year. A more com- p'ete notice of bij death wi'l be found U the Upper Alton newi. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Oo. They have moved to 314 Piasa street. Dorsey Fuel Go. have left Belle street and are now local ed at 31-1 Plasa street. Give them a call. Mr. and MM. Al >nz > 3 .vet'.enham of Highland Parf, were bereaved by dtiath, todiy, of tbel- 9 yeirs old son, Thoma?. Tbe littljfe!l>.v has been ill for four rnonthi and euSdred severely so that death must have been a happy relltf. The funen.1 will take place at 2 p. m. tomorrow Jrom tho family home on Oottwgi? avenuo. For a good shavo, hot and cold bath go to Maul ft U.ill, I'lasa at. Qo to M. Morltz's for your collars, 16', two for 25.*, (»r >our cuffs, 25j> per pair. Tbe best for the money. Maggie Otey, 'a colored domestic employed at the home of Mr. T. A. Taylor, in Mlddletown, was quite severely burned Monday night while attending to her duties. Tbe clothes were burned from her back and quite severe, burns inflicted. For Ilent—Two furnished or unf urn- iabeJ rooms. Call at 413 east Tblrdjat. Frank Clifford who has been in t -oop II, of the 8th U. S. cavalry, arrive I home this morning bringing his disjbarge with him. His troop was o i its way to Cuba and he had gone so f jr as Savannah prior^to embarking, bat bis discharge cut short his army life. Come to tbe Knights of the Maccabees ball Thanksgiving eve, and have a good time. First class orchestra of six pieces. I Shurtleff will have aa foot bail game Saturday. All their efforts towards securing one have so far failed, and even a Thanksgiving or St. Kugby's day game can not be secured. Shurtleff's last year's reputation has so far precluded tbe possibility of securing any good games. Buy "LaBelio" The best, »i.OO. Geo. le»ter Arreited for Robblno *» Stein- f Helmer and Stewart Houiei. George Looter, a paroled convict Who was brought from Olieator «ome time ago and who subsequently violated hlo parole by leaving town, was arrested this morning by OfflcarSpaet on suspicion that he Is the man who robbed tho houses of O. Btelnheimer ana Henry Stewart yesterday. Lester was on Main street going toward North Alton when overtaken. ;He answers the description except; ns to hit clothes and he tell* such conflicting stories that his gnllt Is strongly probable. Mrs. Stewart says be Is the guilty person, but some others who saw the dandy thief say Lester is not the man. He Is being held on suspicion. The gold watch taken from the Stewart house was found this noon In the grass under the window where the burglar made his escape. The evidences of prosperity are dally accumulating. There are signs that many new buildings will be erected during '90. Money is seeking Investment In various directions. Every bank Is full of cash j and all that was necessary to insure Investors against a change In the currency laws was given at the late election. The silver theories have been laid low, and every man having money to spend will now seek to invest It profitably. Lait Dance. As our term of private lessons has expired, we will give our last regular dance on Thursday evening, November 17. Everyone most cordially Invited. Objectionable characters not admitted. HESKETT & DACUS, Naval Militia Hall. Jerseyvllle seems to have a cinch on the offices in the State organization of the L. A. W. The votes for the state officers wore counted last night and George D. Locke of Jerseyville, was elected Consul j Thos. J. Laughlin of Jerseyville, Secretary- Treasurer, and David Wyokoft of Jer- seyvllle, representative of the Seventh district. Only one of the principal state offices went to a man outside of the county seat of Jersey and that was to J. P. Murphy of Springfield. Locke and his friends will have the entire administration of affairs in their hands. For the first time in the history of the division there is not a Chicago man on the winning ticket. L; A. W. must now stand for Lock's American wheelmen. Master's Sale. Mr. L. D. Yager, Master-ln-Ohan- oery of the City Oourt, today sold two lots belonging to the Bartlettestate, on the corner of Nlntu^^ Piasa streets for §38l.50-the indebtedness and court costs thereon. Money to Loan. There will be a meeting of the Piasa Building and Loan Association Thursday eveninar.JNov. 17, at 7: do o'clock. Money to Loan. L. PFE1FFENBERGER, Pres. J. F. McGiNNis, Secretary. New $25,0.00 Residence. Henry atreefc, north of Twelfth, will have a magnificent new residence to be erected next spring, at a coat of nearly or quite »26,000. Plans are now maturing for the elegant mansion, which it is understood will be started in the spring or early summer. LECTURE. Shurtleff School of Music. Mrs. 0. B. Rohland will lecture on •The Organ and Great Organist*," assisted by Mrs. J. P. Wiiyte, Mr. L, Wyman and Mr. W. D. Armstrong, Tuesday evening, Nov. 22, at 8 o'clock at the Upper Alton Baptist church. The lecture is free and the public invited to attend. "crystal Wedding. Monday was the 15th anniversary ot the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Curdle. Quite a number of their friends took advantage of the occasion and called upon them, spending the evening with their hosts in a most pleasant manner. Among other features a fine supper was served and altogether the evening was a most pleasant memorial of the happy event which occurred fifteen years ago. Goal. Hard or soft coal at E. J. Lookyer^s office at quarries. Telephone 1594 All There Is About It. WE SELL GOOD UMBREI no and we are under the impression thatj goods lor the prices than we. BUY ONE OF and let November rains pelt away. It will be PIERSON & O.G SECOND NATIONAL BANK. Alton Capitalists, Business Men and Carlylo Capitalists to Open a Third Bank. Alton Is to have a third banking Institution. The project has been In the preliminpry stages for some months and the progress made by the organizers of the new bank was very alow PAUL BROS., Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint, Glass and Oil, Sponges, Chamlos, Toilet Articles. Fine Toilet Soaps. Banner Bargain Month of Fashionable Fall and Winter Woolens. Judge Early of the County Court today confirmed the Park street sewer ordinance and the Apple street Improvement ordinance. Both are to be done under the new Uw the necessary number of property owners having petitioned the Council. Llndley & Dickinson, uontlsts, Nle- bett bldg., opp. City Building. Those aro prloo values pjtltively without n precedent. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This Includes all our flno Fancy Worsteds, CheTlots, Scotch and Casslmores, In Checks, PlaldH and Strlpus. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 tO $28.00. These Include all our flue Imported and Do- mttWt o 0 .™ 0 heavH?SvIr a i l o'aded W lth. big stuck of'Fan andI Wlntor Woolen* .nd wo must reduce Block to raise money before Jan. Int. iBo lime to buy Is now. Everything at cost. Call and be convinced. L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 321 Plasa at. because of unavoidable difficulties [ that presented themselves. Daring the preliminary stage the fact that, a new bank was being organized was kept secret, but now all details have been arranged and the TELEGRAPH today obtained the facts in the case. The bank is to be the Second National bank of Alton and is to be capitalized at 9100,000. The stockholders of the bank are Alton ana Oarlyle capitalists and business men, who claim to see in Alton one of the finest openings for a banking institution in the United States. A large block of the stock is owned by August Soheafly of Oar- lyle, the remaining shares being divided,among Wm. Eliot Smith, Edward Levis, Geo. M. Levis, R. H. Levls, Julius H. Ralble, Balser Schiess, Lucas P/eiffenberger, Mrs. E. Haagen, of Alton; W. A. J. Sparks of St. Louis, and several other Alton business men whose names are withheld for the present. The new bank is a sure thing for, as Mr. L. Pfeiffenberger today said, "We have more money offered than we know what to do with." The organizers have been almost besieged by applicants for stock and have been forced to curtail the amount that can be allowed to each holder of stock. The bank will be opened in the Haagen building at Second and Piasa streets so soon as the building can be prepared for it. Architect Pfeiffenberger has completed plans for the remodeling of the building and the necessary changes in the place will be begun shortly. The personnelof the present organizers of the bank is not what it originally was. Mr. 0. H. Finney, an Iowa banker, spent several weeka here late in the summer endeavoring to effect the organization. Mr. B. Sohiess waa to be president but, although willing to be a stockholder, he steadfastly refused to act as president, pleading existing business cares as an excuse. With Mr. Sohiess 1 refusal to become the head, the project temporarily fell through. Mr. August Schlafly, the wealthy Oarlyle banker, then in Europe, was written to concerning the bank and he returned at once, coming straight to Alton. In .two hours time he decided to go into the enterprise and the stock was subscribed to the amount of 9100,000. The directory of the new bank will be of Alton men exclusively. Mr. Schlafly will move to Alton to make his home. The plans for the reconstruction of the building present that of handsome structure. There will be a corner entrance with cut stone supports for pressed brick oolumns,supportlng the second story. The floors will be of tile, and all the latest apparatus for inside fixtures. There will be a side entrance at the north end of the bnildlng.open- iug on a wide stair case to the second story. There will be five ofllce rooms up stairs, with all modern conveniences such as water, steam, heat, etc. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery just received at Stanton & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market, u Henry and Second The BOYS shcu'd 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 i? years, and all kind of prices. M Trading Mampn. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorsey Fuel Oo. Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, US W. 3d st Illlnolt Naval Reserves. A dispatch from Chicago Bays: "The members of the Illinois Naval Reserve, who took part in the war with Spain, either on battle ahipa, auxiliaries or blockading fleets, including the tara of the 2nd battalion from Mollne, Quiiicy and Alton, have taken steps to organize the Illinois Veteran Association A committee haa been appointed to have it incorporated. The committee will also urge the organization of similar associations In other States, with a view of uniting them all In a national organisation. At tbe aame time the Illinois Naval Reserve will take steps to urge upon Oongreas the formation of a National Naval Reserve, to be under federal authority, and liable to call by tbe 1'resldfliit. Trees and Plants for Sule. Fruit troou, evergreens, oruameu- ttUu and email fruit plants; strawberry plants a specialty. For sale by \VM.jA<>KHON,Uodfrey,IU. Third Street Clothier. Try tbe Best "LaBelle, >est, •4.00. Hard Spring Wheat. "Dream of the Earth," »4.00. ALTON KOUJIB MILJUIHU Oo. GRAIN ELEVATOR. New froject Now Interesting Local Investors. There is a new project being undertaken by Alton Investors that, if carried out, will be of great benefit to the city of Alton In a business way, and a gread convenience to all the agriculturists for thirty miles around Alton, Mr. H. J. Bowman is the head pusher of the new enterprise, which consists in the construction of a gram elevator for storing corn and other cereals that may be brought to the city. The elevator is designed to supply a market for all the grain raised in this vicinity, and in addition to grain, hay and all kinds of farm produce will be bought. The farmers in the vicinity of Alton have long been Inconvenienced by tbe lack of a ready market in Alton and tbe comparatively few who came here are now compelled oftentimes to stand upon the public square for hours Defore their loads can be disposed of. Many farmers who have been buying their necess&ries in thte city have been compelled to go elsewhere because of the poor market in Alton. Mr. Bowman has Interested a Springfield grain man In the enterprise and he has consented to investigate Alton's advantages as a location for a grain elevator. An elevator such as Is proposed could be built for less than »3,000 and there all the hay, corn and other grain, excepting possibly the wheat, could find a ready sale. The grain could be shipped to the larger markets and the country people could spend their money to the best advantage with Alton business men. The plan is certainly a good one and is sure to result in a great benefit to Alton commercially and would be mutually beneficial to the farmers and Alton business men alike. The ladies of the Unitarian church will give a supper in the church parlors Friday evening, Nov. 18, from 0 to 8. Oysters, chicken salad, turkey, cranberries, baked beans, brown bread, pineapple Ice and cake will be served. Supper 40o, children 26o. Hard and Soft Coal. Delivered to any part of the city. TelephoneJ213. WM. FRIES. Go to Booth's for Diamonds. Go to M. Moritz's for your winter headwear. The largest stock and atest styles._ Have your gun smithing and lock repairing done at the old river stand of B. Dorsett. A full line of repairs will be found there at all times. Good work guaranteed.—W. D. Fluent. Rumored Sale of the Alton. Rumor has it that the Chicago & Alton railroad is soon to be acquired either by the Kansas City, Plttsburg & Gulf or the Vanderbllts. Nothing definite le known and the rumor is due probably to the fact that close friendly relations exiat between the Alton and tbe K. 0., P. & G. While it would be greatly to the interests of tbe Vanderbllts to have tbe road, it is •more reasonable that the Vanderbilts should be tbe new owners than the K. 0., P. & G. The last named road would not be benefited by the property, as it already has a good route between tbe points touched by tbe Alton. President Blaokstone of tbe Alton positively denies tbe statement, saying that be will never sell bis holding unless all tat*-"*" . ".sAa been offer> ;,,.^faJpP*™'' as hlm ' self. A nt^||pPWyearB ago Jay Gould offereoMr. Blaokstoue a price for bis holdings and to this the latter agreed only on tbe condition that Gould would purchase tbe stock of all other holders at tbe same figure. The millionaire would not do so and tbe deal tell through, It Is hardly probable that tho Alton stock could be obtained for leas than 9105 for each share. This would mean about [•40,000,000 for the property, and It would all have to be in cash. An Important Difference. To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves 111, that they are not afilloted with lauy disease, but (hat tbe system simply needs cleansing, is to bring comfort homo to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Byrup ot Figs. Manufactured by the California (Fig Syrup Oo. onlr, and sold by all druggists. New Designs and New Goods. Ccme 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'! Old Reliable Jewelry Home. 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. THOS GOUDIE, Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. ;- - Telephone 8? DO YOU KNOW It ? BECKWITH' Genuine Round Oak ? It Is the most famous stove on earth I It will burn any kind of fuel! It gives more heat! It takes less fuel I It holds fire longer! 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 beating stove ever made I A. L. FLOSS, Third st.opp/Belle Look at These Prices Granite Stew Pans 10? " Bread " W «' Dippers W " Pudding Pans W " Buckets W Tea Spoons, a set of Table Spoons, a set W Oil Olotb, per yard 10? Tea Oups and 8aucers,a set26« ! Lunch Boxes W Lunch Baskets .10? 6 pieces Tea Set W Thread, 3 spools for lOf 7 pieces Berry Set 26? Lamps 6f Embroidery Silk,'.2 skeins. W 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.2d9t 1 '% ,4 Our Fall Stock o. Groceries J. H. BAUMAN, Noi 4°° Belle street> " " " has all been received fresh, and our supply prepared grain foods have arrived, consisting of: ir [Rolled Avena. ' Cream of, Wheat, Oat Meal, Hominy Grit 8,1 j Farina, Ralston Bkft. Food,l Parched Farinose, Purioa,

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