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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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MHftMry. Leaders for "rood work prices.— Misses Bauoier. Thanksgiving Parties Call for Dancing Slippers. We show pretty styles for La- dies'wear, in Soft Vici Kid, Pat- efti Leather, Satin, Bronze and Undressed Kid. Oxfords, one and two strap and Roman Cross Sandals. Men's Vici Kid and Patent Leather Shoes and Oxfords. MORRISSEYBROS \ Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. FOR Saturday and Monday We will give 8 per cent discount on all purchases of One Dollar and over. • H. f.LEIINC, 113 W. Third st BY TUB TELEGRAPH PRINTING COMPANY. SATURDAY EVE., NOV. 19. OPi'lOB: TELEGRAPH BUILDING, CORHRR THmB AND PUBA Bit. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH II dellTerwi bjr carrier* to til parU at the otty et Alton, North Alton and Upper Alton, for 10 cent* per week. M«lb<5 to any tddrMt »t the rite of £0 cent* per month. THB TELEGRAPH hu the Ur|t««t circulation of anr piper In Alton, tod l> the beitmMlum tor tdrertliert. OOMM THIRD AND PIARA Btftttra. Taw- MOKI No. 88. Oaontunder, for painless extraction. Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Eleven Isaloon keepers have been Indicted by the grand Jury for selling liquor without a license. Finnan Haddle at Goodie's, 26 West Second street. The Oermanla Dallding & Loan Association re-elected all Its officers last night for the year. Scott la the busiest tailor In town. Hoppe's two stores bad their annual opening today and both were crowded with prospective buyers of holiday goods. The Big Four train leaving here at 9 p. TO. on Sundays, has been changed to 8:40 p. tn., the change taking effect tomorrow. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Baner's barber shop, 305 Belle st The farm house of Wm. Bunzie in Plasa township was destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon. The loss is about «2,500. The salt of Richard Frerichs vs the Alton Railway and Illuminating Co., has been continued In the Olrcnit Court for declaration. LARDR STUD ever .produced. in center of makes it suitable for shirts with either button holes, eyelet holes or a combination of the two without the Dr.A.W.Kue, Dentist, Bpaldlng bid. For Bent—4-room house, cor. 7th and Henry Bts.—H. Wm. Bauer. The funeral of George Cartwrlght will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow at • tarnoon from the family home on Maple street in Upper Alton. Every reader of this paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hspgood Plow Oo. in this issue. It will interest you. . The Unitarian ladles were well pat. rontzed last evening at their sapper. The supper was a most excellent one that pleased every one who attended. Try Neininger's Magnolia and new improved Fig. - [Daughters of the Revolution. Iliola Chapter of the Daughters of the American Itovolntlon has been organized in Alton. All interested and eligible can obtain papers of Mrs. F. W. Olin, Chapter Regent. The Woman's Council held its regular meeting Friday afternoon, with Mrs. G. R. Gebauer, when an Interesting programme was presented to its members. The essayist, Mrs.Cbas. Wright, read a thoughtful and well prepared paper on "The Mikado's Empire." The (study, Jeffersons administration, was given by the leader, Miss Swift. Reading, selections from Irving, by Mra. L. M. Laird. After discussion ot the several subject*, the council adjourned |ta meet with Mrs. L, M. Laird, Dec. 9th. Come to the Knights of the Maccabees ball Thanksgiving eve, and have a good time. First class orchestra of six pieces. _ The cadets of the Western Military Academy treated their young lady friends to a [charming dancing party last evening. The gymnasium was beautifully decorated wich the colors of the school and red, white and bine. Those attending from Alton were Misses Lucy and Kate Davis, Georgia and Fern Olapp, Edith and Bessie Brenholt, Ethelwynne and Violet Ohittenden, Parker, .Drnry, Brown, Hewitt, ;Wataon, Edith and Francis Walker, Neece, Mr. J, Kerr. Those from Upper Alton were Misses Rodgers, Grace and Lucy Leonard, Newell and Templin, Messrs. Abbot Sherwood and Archie Mills. Miss Emma Watson and Mrs. H. M. Ohittenden chaperoned the party and all enjoyed a lovely time. Men and women can find delightful night robes for 60o, 76o, and 91 at A GOOD LOT OF THEM. i Ladies' Extra Fine Jackets The CLOTH is Beautiful. The FIT is Perfection, The FINISH is Complete. The garments came in a the low prices, $10.00, little late for $12.50 and a S| ecial $13 >o. Sale, but we offer them for a few days at There fs Something Nice Here for the Buyer, PIERSON & O. G Gun and lock repairing done by Hubbel. — Jarrett building, e. 2nd st. Mrs. Scott Ounningnam has issued invitations to a reception at her home In Middletown for November 26. The cird of Miss Caroline Cunningham was enclosed. We have more new sizes and patterns in childs night robes just in today. Alton Conservatory, Eighth Year. Second Term. Sept. (at. Made, Art, Elocution, Delsarte and Special Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bid*., Pbonc 185. hurtlett School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL, W, D, ARMSTRONG, Director. First term begins Sept. Und. 1898. For urse In Instrumental and Vocal Muilc, Bloou- 001 I flew ud PtlnUug Brad tor catalogue | Q. B. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—Uor. and and Market sta. Residence—327 Bast latb st. SHlce Telephone 205. Residence 1903. How Do We Do It? By baring- 7 styles to select from. W> maoblner «TT_\\ SlT. Complete tachments ine > BOli ftuifi agents at twloe our price . Call and see r Handioiae Drop Head Machine and others i guarantee. . with all at Equal to any machi loe our rice . Call t the offloe Front and Henry et. HAPOOOD PLOW CO. It Pays to buy the Best. M*, rrfcet Wont A Trial Order Cwvlacei. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. Ph«M 17». ' M« W* 10 " *"••*• Elocution, Delsarte and Studies. Miss Alice B. Marsh, Voice and Piano. Seminary street, Upper Alton, D C Mil 1C Second and Alby K. w. JTUL,L,a, ,u.. Alton, III. Send tor Catalogue. George Brunner.who has been visit)' ing bis father in this city left for Savannah Ga., today to rejoin bis regiment. 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. Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," 84.00. AUTON ROLLBB MILLING Oo. for Rent My 7 -room house in Mlddletown, Steam heat.— U. 8. Nixon. Rheumatism Cured in 24 Hours. T. J. Blackmore, of Haller & Blockmore, Pittsburgh, Pa., says: "A short time since I procured a bottle of 'Mystic Cure." It got me out ot the house in 24 hours. I took to my bed with rheumatism nine months ago and the "Mystic Cure" is the only I medicine that did me any had five of the best physicia good. ans in the city, but I received very little relief from them. I know the "Mystic Cure" to be what it la represented and take pleasure In recommending it to other poor sufferers," Sold by H. W Chamberlain, druggist,^ Alton. It has been fully demonstrated that Ely's Cream Balm is a specific for DII- saf catarrh and cold in the head. This distinction bos been achieved only as the result of continued successful use. A morbid condition of the membrane in the nasal passages can be cured by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by druggists or it will be mailed for 60 oenU by Ely Brothers, 68 War. ren street, New York. It spreads over the membrane, is absorbed and relief la Immediate. Rev. Ueo. R. Gebauer wijl deliver a lecture upon "The Family and Marriage Among .Prehistoric and Savage Rices" tomorrow evening at the Unitarian church. Dr. A. O. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d at County Clerk Riniker has decided to appoint t Frank A. Bierbaum as his deputy at Alton to dispense marriage licenses. Squire Quartern has been the local marriage license official for the past four years. For a good snave, hot and cold bath go tc Maul & Hall, Piasa ot. Dorsey Fuel Co. have left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piasa street. Give them a call. A hare and hound chase is being arranged tor by Secretary Dawson of the Y. M. 0. A, on Saturday, Deo. 3d. The hares say the hounds wi!l have a lively chase. The oouwe will be anything from 5 to 15 miles. Llndley & Dickinson, uentists, Nlr- hott bldg., opp. City Building. "A Mountain Pink," a light drama, was given at Spalding Auditorium last evening by a company made up of home talent. Miss Nellie MoDermot} of St. Louis, took the title role very creditably. There was a )ar>re attend • ance that filled the auditorium. Go to Booth's for Diamonds. Go to M. Moritz'a for your collars, 16?, two for 25*, for fourcuffa, 25? per pair. The best for the money. Alderman Wegner now claims lo have indisputable proof of bis right to quarry In the streets. Be has had subpoenaed all the city officials of Mr. Brenholt's administration who were concerned in the matter and thinks he can prove his cose all right. The Knights of the Maccabees will give their third annual ball at Pioneer Hall on Thanksgiving eve., Nov. 23. The Maccabeea are well known for tbelr hospitality, and always have a good time at their entertainments. The ball has recently been painted and repapered and It now presents a pretty appearance. The only place to buy Glllesple Coal ii»14 Piaea street.—Dorsey Fuel Oo, BattertonU the Deputy. The question of who is to be Deputy Sheriff for Alton under Sheriff Kubn has been settled by the appointment of Wm. Bitter ton of North Alton. Sheriff-elect Kuhn and his deputy went to Edwardsvllle yesterday and both filed their bonds. Mr. John Dillon, who has been office deputy under ..the present incumbent, will continue to hold the offloe under Sheriff Kubn. Trading Stamps After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorsej Fuel Oo. Go to M. Moritz's for your winter head wear. The largest stock and atest styles. Another* Robbery. The office of the St. Louis Trading Stamp Oo. on Fourth street was entered last night by burglars and four gold watches were stolen. This morning .when the manager, Miss Diisy Oreswick, opened up the place she found that a door had been forced open since the evening before. She found.two ladies watches and gents gold filled watches missing, police are working on the case. two The LECTURE. Shurtleff School of Music. Mrs. U. B. Rohlaud will lecture on "The Organ and Great Organists." assisted by Mrs. J. P. Wnyte, 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. The School Case. The Circuit Court's attention was occupied yesterday all day with the hearing of the arguments in the Alton school case. It was a sharp legal contest between the attorneys for the prosecution and the defense. The argument was on points raised by th e attorneys, for the defense, and occupied the attention of the court from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. The consideration of the case will be resumed Monday, when it is likely the attorneys for the defense will file affidavits asking for a continuance. Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of the Eurtb," $4.00. ALTON ROLLEB MILLING Co. Coal. Hard or soft coal at B. J. Lookyeris office at quarries. Telephone 1694 Banner Bargain Month of Fashionable Pall and Winter Woolens. Those are price values paaltlrely without n preoedoot. SUITS TO ORDER, $16 op to $20.00. This Includes all our fine Fancy Worsteds, Cheviot*, Sootob and Causlmeres, la Checks, Plaids and Stripes. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 tO $28.OO. These Inoludo all our flno Imported and Do- moitlo wooloon as flue a« 185, We are heavily over loaded with a big stock of Fall and Winter Woolens snd we roust re- duoe slock to ratio money before Jan. lit. The time to buy U now. Everything at cost. Call and bo convinced. L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 321 Plasa st. The BOY5 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 j to »j years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SeHWEPPE, Third Street eiothier. MURDERED IN HIS BUGGY. George S. Harrison Mysteriously Asiastlaated While on Hit Way Home. George S. Harrison, the well known farmer and insurance man, who lived just one mile north of Upper Alton, was murdered last evening while on bis way home from Upper Alton. His horse walked into the yard at 6 o'clock last night with the dead body lying in the bottom of the buggy with the face tamed downward, where he bad fall en, a great gaping hole in the corner of his month and bis face and beard clotted with blood. The body was still warm with the heat of the blood but life was extinct. When the buggy and horse came into the yard the family, expecting the father's 1 return, went out to meet him. In the gath - erlng dusk he could not be seen in the buggy, and his family thinking he had possibly met with an accident inves tlgated closely and were shocked to find the body of the father worm but dead, .where it had sunk down after the terrible tragedy. The news spread over the country rapidly and in a short time there was a) horrified crowd gathered at the home of the Harrisons. Coroner Bailey was sent for to hold an inquest and the facts in the cise leading up to the murder were gradually brought out. Mr. Harrison beside being a farmer is agent for a Farmers' Insurance Oo. sod had gone out yesterday to Be : thalto to collect some money that was due him. Oa his return he stopped at Hastings meat market at 4 o'clock, and at five o'clock he stopped at the store of Theo. Sims on the northern edge of the village where he bought a newspaper. That was the loat seen ol him alive. His hat was f iund lying ou the ground at the bridge over the O. & A. cut-off track at the tap of the hill. Down the hill at the turn of the road is another smpll bridge over a little branch and here two hunters in a buggy parsed Mr. Harrison's rig on the road. The horse was running and no one could be seen in the buggy. The hunters turned out of the way to let the horse go by and then noticed the prostrate body of Mr. Harrison. The murder was committed at the top of the hill, without any doubt, and the horse ran away down the hill with the dead body of the master in the baggy. There are many theories as to the manner in which he met his death. One is that he was murdered by highwaymen for bis money and valuables and that the horse being frightened by the shot ran away before the highwayman could complete his work. Another theory is that he was foully murdered out of pure revenge for some spite. All the money and his watch were still on the person of Mr. Harrison. A very plausible th eory Is that the deed was committed by some one with whom the victim was acquainted. It was his custom to wrap the reins about the whip while talking to acquaintances on the rood. Chief of Police Kuhn thinks he met this murderous acquaintance and, stopping to talk, the conversation ended in.a dispute and the killing. The revolver waa held close to his face, ao close that the powder entered the wound with the bullet and did not discolor the flesh greatly. Mr. Harrison was a peaceable man and never carried a revolver so that the murder waa the deed of a dastardly coward who did not hesitate to shoot a defenseless mau, Mr. Harrison was born in Missouri August 8th, 1836. He came to Madison county when twelve years of age, and In 1872 waa married to MUa Elleu Kennedy, daughter of Robt. Kennedy, of Woodriver township. He leaves his wife and four children, Misses Lucy, Julia, Edna and Zepba Harrison. The funeral will be Sunda; at 2 p. m, from the home. Coroner Bailey suggested that the two bloodhounds at Bdwardsvllle be sent for and put upon the trail of tbe murderer. The bloodhounds were seat for and Oalef of Police Kuhn went to work on tbe track. Up to midnight the .trail bad been unsuccessful and tbe pursuit was given up, Chief of Police Kubn with the blood hounds resumed the attempt this morning to trail the murderer but gave up tbe chase at 10 o'clock, He sent the dogs book aa uaeleae. There is not now a single clue to tbe Identity of the aasaaain. PAUL BRO5. Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drags and Medicines, Pilot, Glass add Oil, Sponges, Cbamios, Toilet Articles. ? Floe Toilet Soaps. Henry and Second Sts. for $«le. Spacious brick dwelling, with «11 modern dthvenleuoes, corner Bluff tod State street*. Alton, with ample grounds, stable, fruit and shade tree* and pwture. Apply to Lev! Davis, Alton, III. Buy"L»Belle" . The best, A CITIZEN'S ORGANIZATION NEEDED. Saggettloai by • Prominent Builoeu Mas. The cold-blooded and brutal murder of George 8. Harrison northeast of Upper Alton last night, calls public attention to the lawless deeds perpetrated in that vicinity in the past few weeks, i Bold and defiant burglaries, holdups and other forms of robbery have been capped by the murder of an inoffensive and highly respected citizen of advanced years. What should be done to abate this ware of crime? The constituted authorities are powerless to prevent the lawless acts. In speaking of the matter a well- known business man of this city, suggests that an organization of Alton and Upper Alton residents be formed, who shall pay into a common fund, one dollar each, which shall go towards a reward of fioo to any person who will capture a burglar, highway robber or murderer, with the evidence to convict him, or if the criminal is killed In the act of his crime the $100 be given to the person putting an end to the criminal. There is no doubt need for some such organization, and while this city has been measurably free from similar raids perpetrated in Upper Alton and St. Louis, its citizens could very well afford to enter the organization to rid this section of the rascals who are now perpetrating the deeds of robbery and murder, as the scene of their acts may soon be transferred to Alton. Notice of Removal On and after Nov. 14 my office will be in the "Laura" (Postoflloe) building, where I hope to see my old patrons and as many new ones as may desire my services. O. A. McMiLLBN, Dentist. Death of Mlis Ella Kelwr. After a lingering illness of many months from stomach trouble, Miss Ella A. Reiser passed away last night at 9:80 at the home of her mother on East Second street. The end was not unexpected to her and she met it with a calm and beautiful resignation. She was an unselfish and devoted daughter, an earnest Christian and for many years a faithful member of the First Baptist church. Her mother, Mrs. Ira Kelser, four sis • ters and two brothers survive: Mrs. Wm. Fiioher of Omaha, Neb ; Mre, Thos. Morfooc, Mrs. Frank Levie, Miss Ada, and Messrs. Allen and Irving Kelser. The funeral services will be held at the family residence, 209 East Second street, on Monday at 2 p. m. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zangg, 210 Plasa st New Designs and New Goods. Come and See our New Goods to the following Lines: Eutopian Art Ware, Parisiiee 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 j Rings ever shown in Alton, If you want a DIAMOND see us before you buyj'as^we have some special offers. E. H. aOULBMQ'SSSONS, Alton'* Old Reliable Jewelry Homo, 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"Cftase & Sanbortt. This name means a great deal in these days of cheap everything; it b a name 'that brings you a ^ guarantee ancL, satisfaction that no other (mi of tea and coffee will produce. THCS- GOODIE, Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. |- - Telephone 8? DO YOU KNOW It ? BECKWITH' Genuine Round Oak? Try the Best, "LaBelle," $4.00. Death of aa Old Resident. Patrick MoQmnls, one of Alton's oldest) residents, died at 7:05 a. m. today, after an Illness lasting only a week. Mr. MoQlnnis waa born in Fermanagh, Ireland, and was 72 years of age. He had resided in Alton fifty years, and was an honestand respected citizen, who by industry and economy bod accumulated a competence. One brother, and a sister, Mrs. Mo- Hugh, survive him. The funeral will take place from the family residence to the Cathedral, on Monday at 9 a. m. Hard ud W\ Coal. Delivered to any port of the city. Telephone 318. WM. FBJBB. Ii is the most famous stove ou earth! It will burn any kind of fuel! It elves more heat! It takes less fuel I It holds fire longer! It will lose more years! It is more cleanly 1 It gives better satisfaction! It la the most popular! It has the greatest sole of any heating stove ever model A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp/Belle Look at These Prices Granite Stew Fans lOf " Bread " 10? " Dippers 10j» " Pudding Fans IQf " Buckets 16? Tea Spoons, a set of Table Spoons, a set \0f Oil Cloth, per xard W Tea Cups and 8anoers,a seUSS? Lunch Boxes Wf Lunch Basket* 1CJ» 6 pieces Tea Set 26? Thread, 8 spools for I9f 7 pieces Berry Set.... 26y Lamps 6f Embroidery fiilk,".2 skein*. 6? Stamped dollies for If A nice line ol Fancy Skirts, Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranbor- rles and celery just received at Stanton & Yeokel's, 2nd and Market. > ICKISEK-In thin city, on ttm 18th Inst., at '•80 o'clock i>. m., Klit A., daughter ot Mrs. dargaret Allen kelvor and tbo late Ira H. Celaer. Funeral aurvlues will be huld from thu family lome at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. I Also a Large and Complete Line of TOYS, all this Year's Stock. H. A. BETZ.650B.2dsi Our Fall Stock o. Groceries Aa Important Difference. To moke it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill, that they are not afflicted with any dlaeoae, but ,Uat tbe system simply needs cleaning, la to bring comfort borne to their heart*, as a ooetive condition i» easily cured by ualng Syrup of Plga. Manufactured by the .California t Plg Syrup Oo. only, and wld by all drugglata. boa all been s-eceived fresh, and our supply prepared grain food* have arrived, consisting of: Rolled Arena, Cream of Wheat, Oat Meal, Hominy Grits, Farina, Ralston Bkft. Pood, Parched Farinose, Purina, Pettijonn Breakfast Food J No? 4°° Belle street. J. H. BAUMAN, "= -3 -J Phone 187 ,W** ft

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