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-—rr i * Li -' L *-"•-' Thanksgiving Parties Call for Dancing Slippers. We show pretty styles for La- dies'wear, in toft Vici Kid, Pat- BV TUB TELBfWAPH PRINTING COMPANY. TUESDAY EVE., NOV. 22. ent Leather, Satin, Undressed Kid. Bronze and i 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. OFflCE: TELEGRAPH BUILUINO, COBMIR THUD AHD Pus* STB. THE DAILY TELECmPH n dellr«red by or.rrler* to all p«rs« of the e«y ct Alton, North Altoo imd Upper Alton, for 10 cent* per weak. Milled to any sddrons si th« rate of to cents per month. THE TELEGRAPH h«« the IsrgeJtolroulntlon of any paper in Alton, sod la the beet medium COB»*B noxx No. 33. 8rR»*rs. Judge Eartzeli yestorday changed the Circuit Court role relative to procedure when affidavits for continuances are filed. The rule was that pending the disposition of the affidavit no other case should be called. In consequence virtually all of yesterday morning was frittered away waiting for the attorneys for the defense In the school case to bring In the affidavit. The rule now Is that the next case shall be called and when the effld&vit, Is ready, It will be disposed of, but the case on trial IB to be concluded. LECTURE. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Special Good Values —IN— Ladies' and Children's Jackets, Childrtn's and Men's Underwear, And Good Cotton and all Wool Blankets, v You can find them at H. F. LEHNE'S, 113 West Third Street. OvsX' < IS YOUR NAME ON THE LIST As » nubscrlbor to tho TKLE- ) OIUPII ? If It In not, It uliould ( bo. Surely you want to keep j posted on tho nowa of the city/ In which you live, and all thoj neighboring towns ot Madison ) county. It will cost you Only Iflc a Week. Oaontuntler, for pain loss extraction. Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jewett of Boston, are vieiting Mr. and Mrs. B, A. Smith. *apap«^ Have you Seen the INew 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 gold, and only can be J. 119 West Third Street. for shirts with either button hole?, eyelet holes or a combination of the two without the Try Neinlnger's Magnolia and new improved Fig. Scott is the busiest tailor in town. The boat house of the Outing was ennk last n)Rb tat the upper levee by the high wind and waves. Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d at Mark J. Boundy of St. Louia and Misa Julia Lewis of Alison, will be married at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at the Oalbddral. New "Cyrano" Pan Chains, the newest thfnfi; out. a beautiful assortment, §1, $1 25, 81 60 and 81.72 at ___ HAAGEN'S. Gun and lock repairing done by Hnbbel.—Jarrect building, e. 2nd st. Dorsey Fuel Co. have~left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piasa street. Hive them a call. Robert N. Snooks ot Litcbfleid, and Misa Annie Fairbanks, will ba married Wednesday evening at 0 o'clock, at the homa of the bride on Bloomlield street. Shurtleff School of Music. Mrs. U. U. Robland will lecture on "The Organ and Great Organists," assisted by Mrs. J. P. Whyte, Mr. L Wymau 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. •Tho grand jury illed"itslfnal report in the Uircult Court Friday afternoon and was discharged for the term. The following additional indictments were returned: Joseph Heinea, Louis Stir Itz, Baptlste Ardlsou, Joseph Nolan, Fred Martin, John Stioh, Wm. Muha, Catherine Heinemann,G.Buhrer, Jas. Logsden and Hart A. Fisher, selling liquor without license; W. D. Oald- wsll, alias F. 0. Eckman, larceny; Patrick Flynn, assault with Intent to kill and murder; W. D. Oaldwell, forgery; Wra. Smith, larceny; Jos. Fen- ass, John Feuass and Paul Novaro, assault to kill and murder. The grand jury also submitted a repart as to the condition of the county poor farm and jail, finding them well kept and in good sanitary condition. Louis Stiritz pleaded guilty to selling liquor and was fined $40 and costs, to stand committed until paid.— Qlobe-Democrat. ALL THIS FOR LADIES. This Ad. Will Only Interest the Ladies. HOSIERY, Here Described is for them Only. high spliced heels and toes, excellent value, itf or i for Si.oo " " double soles, 2tf. " good, ir/ or j pair for ft. for 15?, or z pair for ' Extra Fine Real Maco Cotton, A Superior Quality, with Fine Combed Maco Cotton, A Good, guaranted fast and stainless black double soles, The very best value to be had at the price. 10?. Perfection Ribbed Top, fleece lined, spliced heels and double soles, for cof. Fleece lined, plain style or ribbed, )$f, or j pair for $i. An elegant, full fashioned, spliced heel and double sole, at 2Cf. Other good quality fleece lined iff, or 2 pair for 25?. Extra fine Cashmere ribbed spliced heels and with double soles, 75^. Very nice Cashmere, all sizes for 50?. A plain or ribbed Cashmere, $r/, or $ pair for $i. Some plain or ribbed wool, special value, 25?. Grey. Brown or Blue mixed, heavy ribbed, 50?, H? and 2^.' Let the Ladies Inquire and we will Saistfy AH. PIERSON & eflRR D. G Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st Don't lose your bearings and go to Belie street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Co. They have moved to 314 Piasa street. TEMPLE THEATRE. Mr. Enos Johnson of Upper Alton, has been appointed administrator of tie estate of Daniel W. Collet, deceased. Thos. W. Burns has been appointed administrator in the estate of John K. Burns and has fllod bond in the sum of $1.000. iawyer & Keiser, Madison Bldjj.. Phone 185. S hurtleti School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. Kim term begin* Sapt. 22nd. 1893. For . lourne ID Initrumonttl mo Vocal Mualo, Elocution «nd PalntlDV. Bund for catalogue) B. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—Cor. and and Market als. Re»id»nc»—317 East la'h st. )fftc« Tfllephona 105. Residence igoa. You pay one mnull profit. Ou-lull Sivtd. 7 KtyloB to noleot from, M& machine* only J17, Complete with all attachments _, c ... KUU.W.I.OC,. Equal to any machine eold Irough agents at twloo our prloo. Call and BOO for Handsome Diop Hoad Machine andothera th* offloe Front und Henry »t. MAPOOOD PLOW CO. How Do We Do It? By bavlng No Alton, No Peddfen, It Pays to buy the Best. BettOottli. Price* Right A Trial Order Convince*. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER, Pbon* 171. - »J8 Union Strwt. THURSDAY, NOV. 24. THANKSGIVING DAY THE DERBY WINNER. Matinee at 2:30 p.m. PRICES: Parquet and Dress Circle, SOc Balcony 25 and35c Gallery 15c Watch for parade at 11 a.m. Go to M. Moritz's for your collars, I5f, two for 25«, for- ?onr cuffs, 26^ per pair. The beat for the money. Every reader or this paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Co. in this issue. It will interest you. Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," 84.00. ALTON ROLLEB MILLING Co. The ladies of the Maccabees called at the home of Mrs. Loui* Putze this afternoon to celebrate with her the twenty-third anniversary of her marriage. They took plenty of good things to eat and bad a nice time with t loir hostess. Alton Conservatory. Eighth Year. Second Term. Sept. lat. Vluilc, An, Elocution, Delaarle and Special Studies. Was Alice B. Marsh, Voloo and Piano, Seminary street, Upper Alton, R C Mil I <! Second and Alby • V*. JUIIwL^, ,t,., Alton, III. Head (or Catalogue. for Rent. My 7-room house in Middletown, Steam beat.—U. 8. Nixon. The only place to buy aillespieOoal is.814 Piaoa street.—Dorsey Fuel Oo. For Rent~4-room bouse, cor. 7th and Henry sts.—H. Wm. Bauer. Geo. F. Kirsch has purchased from E. A. Olement lot 13 in block i, Clement place, for 8500. This transfer is of especial interest in that ic is a lot which the city has repeatedly tried to buy no that Diamond street might be opened up. Mr. Olement was offered S360 by the city offlcialo, but demanded a higher figure, which the city would not pay. Come to the Knights of tho Maccabees ball Thanksgiving: ovo, and have a good time. First class orchestra of sis pieces. Daughters of the Revolntlon, Illola Ohaplor of the Daughters of tho American Revolution has been organized in Alton. All interested and eligible can obtain papera of Mrs. F, W. Olin, Chapter Resent, Alrc. 0. B. Roblaud will lecture this evening at alecturo-recital in the Upper Alton Baptist church on the nub- jeot "Organs and Great Organists." The recital IB given under the auspices of the Shurtleff School of Music and a general invitation baa been extended to all C j attend it. Mrs. Hob- laud will be assisted on the program by Mrs. J. P. Whyte, soprano; Mr. Leigh Wymau, violin; Mr. W, D. Animtroug, organ. The public are coidlally invitee] to a pound reosption tfl van at the Woman's Honif, WodiiKHilay, November 23, trout 10 until 5 o'clock. Special Bargains for Thanksgiving at Meyers' Henry Street Market: Choice dressed Turkeys, 12c. Choice dressed Geese, lOc. Choice dressed Ducks, 12c. Choice dressed Chickens. Prime roast oeef, mutton, veal and pork, in fact anything in the moat line at rock bottom pricen. Remember that we are selling Turkeys at 12c. Bound Over to Grand Jury. Geo. Lester, the suspect who is charged with being the burglar who robbed two houses in Middletown in daylight, one week ago, was bound over to the grand jury in the sum of $500, today. He wa«j positively identified as the guilty man. Council Meeting tonight. The adjourned meeting of the City Couucil will be held this evening for the purpose of passing upon the ordinances finally granting to the Mississippi Valley Railway Co. and the Alton Railway & Illuminating Oo. the franchises for laying tracks in the streets of Alton. The granting of the franchises has long been under consideration and the seekers after municipal favors are hopeful that at last the coveted franchises will be granted. Only a small minority of the council now opposes either ordinance and the interested ones consider it a certainty that the matter will be settled. Have your gun smithing and lock repairing done at the old river stand of B. Dorsett. A full line of repairs will be round there at all times. Good work guaranteed.—W. D. Fluent. The Derby Winner, the great New York, Philadelphia and Chicago success, one of the prettiest and best melo-dramas on the road will appear at Temple Theatre on Thanks- givm Day, The company is one of the biggest that has ever visited Alton, and carries a magnificent acting company and the.emallest pickaninny band on the road. The Derby Winner is a play built on the lines of "In Old Kentucky." The company presenting the Derby Winner inolndes many sterling artists. This is the third season of the play on the road, which is alone good proof of its merit and staying, qualities. The play is a peculiar one in many respects and the main purpose is the development of a love story. The incidents in which the hero and heorine are involved, are never uninteresting, while there ia always a touch of true nature In the scenes and incidents seen throughout the play. During the presentation a full brass band composed of genuine picaninnles will appear and there will also be a horse race on the stage, a girl jockey riding the winner. UNCOVERED A MlVt Bluff Line Steam Shovel Uaearths Enough of Dynjmlteto Wreck It —five fine Hi- volverj Dijlnterreii, Banner Bargain Month of Fashionable Fall and Winter Woolens. These are prloo values positively without n precedent,, SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This InoltidON all our flno Fancy Worsteds, Cheviot*, Scotch and Oauulmorua, In Uliucku, Plaldt* and Btrlpoa, Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 to $28.00. ThnBo Include all our flno Imported and Do- moHti'j wooluna us flue an IH5. We are hoavtly ovor loaded with a big Block of Fall and Winter Woolona *nd we mu«L re- duco Htock to ralbo money beforo Jan, )ut. Tbe time to buy U now. ICverythlng at- cost. Call and, bo convinced- L Q. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 2m Piasa at, The Bluff Line steam shovel crew operating above Armstrong's quarry, had a hair-raising experience a few days ago, that tne men will not soon forget. While digging in the bank with the powerful shovel an excavation in the ground was uncovered and on the heap ot earth that was thrown out was enough of dynamite to have wrecked the shovel and have killed every man about it. The find consisted of two sticks of dynamite wrapped carefully in cloths, with twenty fulminating caps used for exploding the sticks, a large quantity of fuse and five flue revolvers. The revolvers were of the Smith & Wesson hammer- less pattern. They were wrapped in old pockets cut from pants and around these were wound other rags to protect the weapons from the moisture iu the ground. The whole find was buried about six months ago, judging from the appearance of the contents of the bundle. It is remembered that about six months ago a quantity of dynamite was stolen from the powder house at H. Watson's quarry and the two sticks found may be some of that stolen. Oblef of Police Enhn thinks that the explosives and revolvers were concealed there by persons who intended to hold up a Bluff Line train. The Adams express car frequently carries large sums of money and no doubt the attack of the robbers was intended against it. It is supposed that^he would-be robbers were arrested or compelled to leave the country before they could carry out their design, and were not able to unearth their weapons before leaving. The place where the stuff was found would be an ideal place to bold up a train. The noise of explosions would be mistaken for blasting in the quarries and the engine could easily be disabled so as to prevent an alarm being given. ,Dne of the Bluff Line employes, Wm. Scbaefer, claims to have had a revolver stolen some time ago, and identified one of the revolvers found as his own. The find was taken charge of by the foreman of tho steam shovel and the revolvers are being held. No doubt all the stuff was stolen, but by whom is not known. PAUL BROS.7 Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drags and Medicines, Painl, Glass and Oil, Sponges, ChamloB, Toilet Articles. Pine Toilet Soaps. Henry and Second Sts. "•^aO We Don't 6are SCHOOL CASE. Tne Jury Secured Last Night. —Teitlmony Up to 3 P. M. A large number ot witnesses, including several teachers, members of the Board of Education, city officials and others, went over to Edwardsville this morning, as witnesses in the case. The jury is composed of the following persons: O. H. Barteils, Henry Weyb, George Morgan, W. B. John- ion, Win. Bend. Jr., Win. W- Wllli, Thos. Good, John A.J Lea, Henry Eden, Wm. Helmer, 8. D. Teckmann. Ool. Brenholt and Charles Palmer, of Springfield, presented tfle case to the jury for the plaintiff, and J. F. McGinnts presented the city's side. The first witness was Ambrose Bibb, the plaintiff. He testified tnat the Lovejoy school bouse was a better building than the Washington school; that it was thoroughly equipped. He bad no fault to find with the teachers. His objections were that the Lovejoy school was not convenient; it being four blocks farther away than Washington school. On cross examination he stated thai if his children were qualified, he would have no objection to sending them to the High School, although the distance was greater. Ambrose Bibb, son ot plaintiff, aged 10 oears, was the next witness, but not knowing the nature of an oath he was withdrawn. To spring any Good Cheer Once Chestnut on you But we Would be Glad to have every one to see our Holiday Stock of WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, CHINA, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS. 10 Per Cent Discount on all CASH sales from $5.00 and over, np to Dec. loth. This is to help our Bales before the rush of the last two weeks come. E. H. QOULDINQ'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry House. STAR COURSE. Notice of Removal On and after Nor. 14 my office will be in the "Laara" (Postoffloe) building, where I hope to see my old patrons and as many new ones as may desire my services. G. A. McMu.LEN, Dentist. Plat Open for Rcdpath Company Monday Morning. The BOVS 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 15 years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SeHWEPPE, Third Street Clothier. The plat for reserved seats for the Redpath Company will be opened Monday morning at 8 o'clock at the Association rooms. This will be the strongest concert company that has ever visited our city and no one can afford to miss it. If you have not so- cured seats do HO Monday morning. Yon can not afford to miss such artists as compose this company: Helen Buoklev,soprano; Win. 11. Rieger, tenor; Mary Louise Clary, contralto; Arthur Bereaford, ba^c; Adolph Ros- entjoekor, violinist; HUJJU Fri-y, ao- companiet. Season tickets, $1; reserved seats, 15,20, 25o. Remember the plat is open at S o'clock next Monday morn- Ing. For a good shave, hot and coid bath go to Maul & Hull, Piasa st. Alderman Wegener Gets a Continuance. Alderman Wagoner's case has been again continued and next Saturday is the date set for trial. The doughty Seventh ward statesman who Intends to light the city to a finish, appeared in Justice Brandewiede's court yesterday and asked that he be granted a continuance as his attorney can not bo present. Mr. Scbuelle, who is chief prosecutor in the case, llndsbo has undertaken quite a job in his crusade against the Huventh ward alderman. Mr. Wegener says that it his opinion that the city would like to drop the case if it can possibly do so. It is a plain oaee for the Alderman, although the city records do not show (hat ho was given permission to quarry on tho streets. Treei and Planti for Sule. Fruit trees, evergreens, ornamentals and small fruit plants; strawberry plants a specialty. For sale by WM. JAOK80N,Godfrey, III. for Sale. BpacloiiH brick dwelling, with all modern conveniences, corner Bluff and State streets, Alton, with ample grounds, stable, fruit and shade trees and pasture. Apply to Lev! Davis, Alton, 111. Buy "Lallelle" The best, 01.00. : The Blizzard. The blizzard that struck Alton last ni«?bt was a general one and predicted by the weather men just as it came. The weather man said that a few drops of rain and a high wind in the morning would prepare the way for a higher wind and heavier rain before night, growing into a cold hurricane and snow before midnight. Strange to relate the weather stuck to its schedule as mapped out by the weather men, and at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning the early riser found a great change. The balmy winds of early Monday were turned into the cold, cutting blasts from old Boreas' Ice box. Snow was flying through the air and the boys were bunting up their sleds and skates in preparation for some of the winter's fun. At (i o'clock thermometers registered as low as 8 o which is the lowest of this season. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zangg, 210 Piasa st Go to M. Moritz's for your winter headwear. The largest stock and atout styles. _ Trading Stamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers. -Dorsey Fuel Co. 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 GGUDIB, Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. 5- - Telephone 8? . 4 DO YOU KNOW It ? BECKWITH' Genuine Round Oak? It is the most famous stove on earth 1 It will burn any kind of fuel I It gives more heat! It takes less fuel! It holds fire longer 1 It will laac more years I It is more cleanly! It gives better satisfaction I It Is the most popular! It has the greatest sale of a the most popular! ast sale i any heating stove ever made! Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of the linrth," »4,00. ALTON HOUJSU MILLING) Co. Coal. I Hard or soft coal at> K. J. Lookyer»« M I oiUoo at (juarrloa. Telephone 1 a? 1 Try the Best, "LaBelle," $4.00. Hard and Soft Coal. Deiivured to any part of the ciiy. Telephone ai3. WM. Fiuus. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries auti celory just received at Stanton & Yoakul's, 2nd and Market. Victims of the Wreck. The wonder becomes greater each day that no one was killed outright in Sunday's wreck on the Big Four. The victims are all doing nicely with the exception of James Long, Mrs. Wm. Bodendlok and Mlsa Louise Hess. A report from the hospital this afternoon was that the two women wore Buffering greatly, Miss HOBH in particular being iu a critical condition. Mr. Loug, who is at his home, is suffering great pain from his broken leg and sprained ankle. All the others Injured nave been taken to their hemea and reports received are that they are recovering nicely. An Important Difference. To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill, that they are not alllloteU with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleansing, ia to bring comfort home to their heart*, as a costive condition la easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the »Oallforula iFlg Byrup Oo. only, and sold by all druggists. ! A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp."Belle FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER You will delicacies: find everything in table Fine table Apples, Oranges, Cal. Grapes, Raisins, Currants, Spices, Figs, Nuts, Olives, Oysters, Celeiy, Cranberries, Mince Meat, Sweet Cider, Pumpkins and Hubbard Squashes. J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belle street. Phone 187 Look at These Prices Qranlte Stow Fans 101 " Bread " W " Dippera 1<V " Pudding Pans W " Buoketo 15? Tea Bpooua, a Bet o.f Table Spoons, a sot lOf Oil Olotb, per yard W? Tea OupB and 8auceru,a sot25f> Lunch Boxes 10/ Lunob Baskets ,. .10^ 0 pieces Tea Bet W Thread, a spools for Vif 7 pieces Berry Sot Mf Lamps 0/ Embroidery 8ilk,'.2 ikeiufl. 6f Stamped dollies for If A nice line ot Fancy Skirt*. Also a Large and CompletelLlne of TOYS, all tills Year's Stock, H. a. BBTZ.650B.2dst

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