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rt,* 1 ? fl-y < i / ,j Y*"* ^" t-*-> f r Thanksgiving Parties Call for Dancing Slippers. We show pretty styles for La dies'wear, in ,boft Vici Kid, Patent Leather, Satin, Undressed Kid. Bronze and Oxfords, one and two strap and Roman Cross Sandals. Men's Vici Kid and Patent Leather- Shoes and Oxfords. MORRISS'EY BROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. TJIK DAILY TELEGRAPH t. delltered bj fcivtsM to nil pert* at tho oltjr »t Alton, North Uon »t>4 Uppor Alton, for 10 oehU per week. tftHM to »ny iddrow «t th« r«le of CO cents per month, THE TELEGRAPH hM the lurgoM circulation fuy paper Id Alton, and I. the bost medium or adteniten. COHHM THIRD AND Pu«» Bmw*. mt- •ONB No. M. Odontander, for painless extraction, Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth'a This la ideal Thanksgiving day weather, and such a Thanksgiving day as It will be. Try Nelninger's Magnolia and new Unproved Fig. Scott la the busiest tailor in town. SPHM TWO DAYS SAL[ -ON- Pur Collarettes. Silk and Satin Waists. $2.50 Oollarettes,at 4.25 4.60 050 7 00 8.60 14.00 •it .9208 .. 349 .. 3.89 .. 549 .. 6.2B ..699 ..11.99 93.76 4.98 C.OO 6.26 Waist at. 93.19 » 4.19 » 4.29 " 4.49 Flannel Waists. $1.00 Waiata atj.,.. s .... 2.00 89 91.79 SATURDAY AND MONDAY. H. f.LtHNE, 113 W Third st. Work will be begun Friday on Qeo. Miller's new frame dwelling at Elov- nth and Alby streets. It will be a model cottage. A. D. Oglesby Is tho contractor. Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d st Dr.A.W.Kue. Oenitet, Mpaldlng bH. Gun and lock repairing done by Hubbel.— Jarrett building, e. 2nd st. The TELEOHAPH will not be Issued omorrow on account of Thanksgiving day. We are going to strictly observe be Prealdent's proclamation and abstain from work. Florida Orange? at J. H. Bauman's. Ice of sufficient thickness has been armed in the last few days on shallow ponds to afford the boys some good mt risky Thanksgiving day skating. With a few days of this weather the Burlington pocket will famish excel- ent sport. Keady again with a lot more fine Fur Collarettes. Very good for this cold snap. Have you Seen, the New LRRDBR STUD It is the best Shirt Stud ever produced Post in center of back makes it suitable for shirts with either button holes, eyelet holes or a combination 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 had at J. H. TEMPLE THEATRE. THURSDAY, NOV. 24. THANKSGIVING DAY Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bldjj.. Phone 185. S hurtlett School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL, W. D. ARMSTRONG, Director. Flrat term begln« Sept. 22nd. >W8. I coarse In Instrumental »nd Vocal MUSIC, t | «on tod Palnllng. Sand far catalogue For Q. E. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—Uor. and and Market 8t». . Residence—317 East irh st. loiflce Telephone aoj. Residence 19°^ How Do We Do It? | ftMJWW "«»»*W' 1 -!O •.-. Bjrb N T p£u You pay one imal! proOt. Out-tall «•»»'. 7 atylea to aeleot from. Ml roaoblnec only $17. Complete with all atWobmentB t tb« office Front and Henry at. HAPQOOD PLOW CO. It Pays to buy the Best. Ben Good*. Pricei Rlflht- * Trial Order CoavlBcei. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. Pbon. I 7 ». - 9J» U»l«» »"•»*• DERBY WINNER. Matinee at 2:30 p.m. PRICES : Parquet and Dress Circle, SOc Balcony ............... 25 and 35 Gallery ..................... I5c Watch for parade at 1 1 a.m Alton Conservatory Eighth Year. Second Term. Sept. 1st. Hualc, Art, Elocution, Delwrte and Specla Studies. Miss Alice E. Marsh, Voice snd Piano. Seminary street, Upper Alton. **«n<l and AJby ( ti., Alton, III. R . Rend (or Catalogue. for Rent. My 7-room house in Middletowu Steam heat.—U. 8. NUon. V THG THLBORAPM PRINTING COMPANY. WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 23, TELEGRAPH BU1UHNO, Coiufftit THIRD AHD PUH* ST*. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Oo. They have moved to 314 Piasa street. The game between Shurtleff and the K Jlla School of Mines foot ball teams ias been declared off on' account of ;he oold weather, and football enthusiasts have the blues. Shurtleff was n flae form, her team being almost as good a? last yeir's champion team. Orange Cider at J. H. Bauman's. The only place to buy OillespieOoal Is .314 Piasa street.— Dorsey Fuel Co. For Bent— 4 -room house, cor. 7th and Henry sts.— H. Wm. Bauer. Iiindley & Dickinson, uentists, Nia. bettbldg., opp. City Building. Mr. A. L. Daniels tendered a danc- ng party to his young friends, the >oys and girls of the Black Hawk club Tuesday evening. The party was In the dining room of the hotel where )he young people had a most pleasant ivenlngat dancing. The party did not break up until after midnight. Qo to M. Moritz's for your collars, 16j», two for 25*, for your cuffs, 25f per pair. The best for the money. Every reader of taia paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Uapgood Plow Oo. in this issue. It will interest yon. Chief of Police Kubn today took Goo. Lester and James Searles, both under $500 bonds, to the county jail to await the cession of the grand jury. Lester Js the Middletown daylight burglar, and Searles is the negro desperado who shot the Fourth street restaurant keeper, Robt. Hiudman. We offer at a bargain Ladies' 75/» Vests or Drawers in medium sizes for 25o and 30o. Once More by Bjr01ari.—Thr« Hjiiiet tittered.- One Biirfllar Shot at and the fire U Retimed by Him. Another chapter has been addel to Upper Alton's bnrgUr story. The burglar was oat again last night utterly Indifferent to the fact that powder and shot had been prepared for him at many places throughout the town. He visited the home of thred prominent citizens, Lathy Wag?oner, Annex avenue} Alonzo Miller, Main street, and Wro. Blsland, Seminary street. Mrs. Miller was awakened about midnight by some one moving in her room, and thinking It WAS Mr. Miller sat np in bed and askecl, "Is that you Lon?" For answer a m»n cams to her bedside and thrusting a revolver in her face, commanded her to He down and keep still, which she hastily did. After the burtclar departed, taking a few articles of clothing and a small sum of money, It was found he had entered through a side window and opened the front door. Mr. Miller's trousers and empty pocket book lay on the back porch. About 1 o'clock Mr. Blsland heard some one trying to pick the look on his front door, opened an upper window and fired his revolver. The burglar returned the lire but bent a Imply retreat. At the Waggoner residence he entered the house and helped himself to two overcoats and a pair of pants. Mr. Waggoner heard him prowling about bnt as there was no pistol or a gun in the house, was compelled to He still until the burglar was gone. As soon as he left Mr. Waggoner went for Constable Scovil! who scoured the town with his dog. The burglar was not captured bub Mr. Scovill said he had found a clue and thinks he is on the right track. Hard Spring Wheat. "Oream of the Earth," $4.00. ALTON BXJLUBB MILLING Oo. Special Bargains for Thanksgiving at Meyers' Henry Street Market: Choice dressed Turkeys, I2c. Choice dressed Geese, lOc. Ohoice dressed Ducks, 12c. Choice dressed Chickens. Prime roast oeef, mutton, veal and pork, In fact anything in the meat line at rock bottom prices. Remamber that we are selling Turkeys at 12c. Special Notice. Ladles, the only place in the city where yoa can be taught up to date dressmaking is at the parlors of Mds. Jrownwell & Olemm, 1026 East Second street. Also ladies' tailoring is done at reasonable price. All work guaranteed. THE SCHOOL CASE ALL THIS FOR LADIES. This Ad. Will Only Interest the Ladies. HOSIERY, Here Described Is for them Only. Extra Fine Real Maco Cotton, high spliced heels and toes, excellent value, )ff or j for $1.00. A Superior Quality, with " " " „" " double soles, atf. Fine Combed Maco Cotton, ", " , - good, 19? or 3 pair tor $i. 'A Good, guaranted fast and stainless black double soles, for iff, or 2 pair tor 25?. The very best value to be had at the price }of. Perfection Ribbed Top, fleece lined, spliced heels and double soles, for fof. Fleece lined, plain style or ribbed, }$', or j pair for Ji. An elegant, full fashioned, spliced heel and double sole, at 2Cf. Other good quality fleece lined iff, or 2 pair tor iff. Extra fine Cashmere ribbed spliced heels and with double soles, jff. Very nice Cashmere, all sizes for 'go/fl A plain or ribbed Cashmere, iff, or $ pair for Si. _...... _ Some plain or ribbed wool, special value, zff. Grey. Brown or Blue mixed, heavy ribbed, fof, j$f and 2$?.,, Let the Ladies Inquire and we will Saistfy All. PIERSON & 6HRR D. G After the Council meeting last evening the aldermen and newspaper reporters were invited by the promoters of the Mlssissi ppi Valley Oo. to take some light refreshments at the Madison. The aldermen had undergone a long, tiresome meeting and accepted the invitation for the midnight luncheon. The gentlemen giving the lunch were Messrs. Mehllng, Holt haus, Heckeland Lowe. Choice Venison. Micholbuch's Market. Phone 241. Louis Quthrie, an Alton young man, met with a very bad accident at Elsah yesterday, where he is employed on the Bluff Lino steam shovel. While oiling the machinery above a set of cog wheels he slipped and fell. His foot was caught In the cog wheels and horribly mangled. Tae engineer saw the accident and inatantly shutdown the machinery, preventing a fatality. The young man was taken out of the ooga and n surgeon was summoned to give assistance, The young miabai lived with his sister MM. A. D. O^les b/, anl U well known in Alton. See the splendid offer we make in our new change of advertisement. There was not much of interest developed in the trial today. Most of the time was taken up in sparring over points as to the testimony. Much iime was const! med as to Chief Kubn's testimony. The defense objected to his testimony as to who sent him to the schools. Finally, after much sparring, the Chief of Police, in a general way,etated that he war order- sred [to go to the schools by the Mayor. WHAT THEY SAY. Redpath Grand Concert Company. Mr. William H. Eleger-ls without a doubt the finest tenor heard here during the festival, both as to quality of voice and b's faultless methods. His mezzo-voce is absolutely perfection and his singing most artistic; ha was received with great enthusiasm and after several reoalla responded with a chaining song.— Cleveland Plain- dealer. 1 cannot let the occasion pus without extending to you my congratulations upon your excellent work in ; 'The Messiah" on Wednesday evening. You surpassed my expectations. * * * I shall take occasion to commend yon and recommend yon.—Wm. L. Tomllns. Not only Is Mr. Rosenbeoker's technique perfect, which enables, him to fairly play with tho most difficult passages, but he possesses also a most beautiful tone on the violin. We have seldom listened to a violin player wno plays with so much musical expression and understanding. To call him a master on his instrument is not saying too much.— Chicago Daily News. Plat open at8 o'clock Monday morning at Y. M. O. A. for reserved seats 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. Banner Bargain Month of Fashionable Fall and Winter Woolens. Thoee are price values positively without n precedent. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. Thin includes all our fine Fancy Worsteds, Chetlots, Sootoh and Casslmeres, In Chocks, Plalitu and Strlpas. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 tO $28.00. CUPID'S CARNIVAL. Squire Quarlon Does a Rushing Butlneti liw- Ing Marriage Licenses. Today, for the first time in several weeks, the local dispenser of marriage licenses was busy. He had such a rush ;of business this morning for awhile that his office looked like a crowded fcbarber snop on Saturday night, and the Squire sat in his chair with a broad smile of satisfaction on his face as he called out for the next couple to step up and state their wants. The 11:20 Burlington train brought in three St. Louis couples, none of whom were acquainted. The ttrst couple to ask for a license was Wm. F. Wagener and Miss Lillian W. Slnclare both of St. Louis. The couple admitted_they were eloping and said tney would wire mamma when the ceremony was over. Both were of legal age and they were given a license to be married. They went to the home of |Eev. H. K. Sanborne and were married, leaving at 12:45 to return home and tell their .friends and relatives. The bride oaid she had relatives in Alton but they knew nothing of her intention to be married here. Then John N. Michel and Miss Mary Sweeney, who were waiting, applied for a license. After securing the license they went to Bishop Ryan's residence to be married but not having a dispensation were refused, and later they were married by Squire Quarto n. The next couple was Walter Cole and Miss Mamie McElroy. The young bride is a grand-daughter of Mr.Ohas. Magee of this city and lived k in Alton when quite a small child. Mr. lOole la the son of a prominent leaf tobacco merchant of St. Louis, and Is in partnership with his father. The couple went to BIshopRyan's house and were married there this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cole returned to St. Louis thia afternoon to tell their friends of their marriage. A license was issued this afternoon toGeo. Pateeand Miss Julia Magee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Jobn Magee, of this city. The ceremony will be performed at the home of Bishop Ryan. Mr. Patee is a telegraph operator for the Belt line in the bridge office. Choice Venison. Michelbucb's Market. Phone 241. Come to the Knights of the Maccabees ball Thanksgiving eve, and have a good time. First class orchestra ot six pieces. Dorsey *uei (Jo. have left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piaaa street. Hive them a call. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Bathd'at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st Qo to M. Moritz's for your winter headwoar. The largest stock and atest styles. Trading btamps. After Oct. 1 we will give stamps to cash customers.- Fuel Co. PAUL BROS., Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint, I Glaus and Oil, Sponges, I Chamloi, Toilet Articles. \ Fine Toilet Soaps. trading -Dorsey Try the Best, "LaBelle," 94.00. These Include all our fine Imported and Do- mottle woolens as flue as »85. Wo are heavily over loaded with a big stock of Fall and Wlnlur Woolens «nd wo rousl reduce sloiik to ralto money before Jan. l.u ice time to buy Is now. Everything at cost. Call and be convinced. L 0. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 821 Piaaa st. The BOYS 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 } to 15 years, and all kind of prices. Lecture-Recital. The first of a series of lectures during the season of 1898-9, of the Shnrt- leff School of Music, was given last night before an appreciative audience that almost filled the Upper Alton Baptist church. Mrs. O. B. Robland lectured on "Organs and Great Organists." She fully sustained her previous reputation as an Interesting and instructive lecturer. Her handling of the subject showed muo'i research and study of the histories and biographies of great masters of the "king of instruments." Mrs. Rohland was ably assisted by W. D. Armstrong, who played selections from the great composers of organ music of each period. Mr. Armstrong's ability was never more clearlydempnstratod than last night. His playing was exqulaite and his part of the program very pleasing to the audience. One of the features of the evening was the singing of the Bach "Ave Maria" by Mrs. J. P. Wbyte, artistically accompanied on the violin by Mr. Leigh Wyman. Mrs. Whyte baa a beautiful soprano voice of much power and range. lor Sale. Spacious brick dwelling, with all modern conveniences, corner Bluff and State streets, Alton, with ample grounds, stable, fruit and shade trees M and paiture. Alton,-III. Apply to Levl Davis, BURGLAR PROTECTIVE SOCIETY. Mr. E. M. Dor»ey Soliciting Name* for an Association to Hunt Down Burglars anfl Other Criminal!. As noted in the TBLEQEAPH last week, Mr. E. M. Dorsey today drew up a paper eollctlng names of citizens for the organization of an association whose members will guarantee to work for the capture of burglars or other criminals who may perptrate unlawful deeds upon the person or property of any member of the association. Mr. Dorsey's idea, as we understand It, is to secure as large a list as possible of persona who will be willing to unite with the society and pay a small initiation fee and annual dues, the whole not to exceed three or four dollars per year. The funds thus obtained to be offered as a reward for the capture of any criminal who may perpetrate unlawful acts upon the person or property of any member of the association. Mr. Doraey started-out this morning with his paper and met with a flattering reception. He will continue the work until he has made a thorough canvass of the Altons. While the city of Alton has been to a large extent free from the raids of the kinds mentioned, our suburbs have been badly infested and the nefarions visits may at once be transferred to Alton at any time. Upper Alton should start in at once and organize with the Alton society. The reward will induce men to work for the capture of criminals which will in a short time rid the Altons of the presence of criminals. Notice, The "Burlington's" No. 22, leaving Alton 7:10 a. m. and No. 29. leaving St. Louie 5:09 p. m., wiltnot be run on Thanksgiving day.—J. B. Thomas, Agent. No Wood-No Coal-No Dirt We kindly invite the ladles of Alton to call at A. L. Floss' hardware store and see .the display of Klrkpatriok's Carbonized Air Burner for cooking a id heating. PA.EKS & BHATNKY. Notice of Removal On and after Nov. 14 my office will be in the "Laura" (Postoffloe) building, where I hope to see my old patrons and as many new ones as may desire my services. G. A. McMrLMSN, Dentist. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zangg,j210 Piasast Second Street Sewer. When the Judiciary committee of the council offered Its report last evening on the claim of the Alton Stoneware & Pipe Co., per A. F. Foster, for the tieoond street sewer, the report was referred to the City Ooun sellor again for report In writing. The committee recommended that a special re-assessment of the property along the sewer be made to pay for the sewer and this will probably be done. Mr. Foster, whose claim is for $1,045.65, has prosecuted the case through the Supreme Court and lout. The court said that the fact that the first assessment was invalid was not reason why a second should not be made. A reassessment is thereby sanctioned by the courts lu order that the contractor may obtain bis money and the council will probably pass the necessary ordinance. ^^ For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul & Hall, Plasa st. Hard and Sott CM). Delivered to any part of the city Telephone 213. WM. FBIKB. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery Just received at Stan ton & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market. "Tiled Hit Bond 7 . Sheriff-elect Kuuu went to Ed wardsville, this morning, to file hi bond so Sheriff of £Ia.dluon oouuty Ills bondsmen are Ohaa. Selbold, John Bauer, Henry Brueggeraann and A L. Fiona. The new Sheriff will take charge of the oflloe Deo. 5, Buy "LaBelle" The best, •1.00. Third Street Clothier. Hard Spring Wheat •'Cream of the Earth," (1,00. A WON KOLLKtt MlLUMa CO. Co*l. Hard or soft coal at B. J. Lookyer> office »t quarries. Telephone 1094 Aa Important Difference. To make U apparent to thousand who think themselves 111, that tho. are not afflicted with any disease, bu that the system simply needs clean« ing, U to bring comfort home to thel heart*, AS A costive condition Is easll cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manu Jaotured by the California PigSyrn Oo. only, and Mid by all druggist*. We Don't ©are To spring any Good Cheer Once a Year, or any Christmas Chestnut on yon But we Would be Glad to have every one to see oar 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 Deo. 10th. This is to help our sales before the rash of the last two weeks come. E. H. GOULDING'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry House. 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^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 GGUDIE. Agent for CHASE & SANBORN'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 1 It will burn any kind of fuel! It gives more boat! It takes less fuell It holds fire longer! It will last more yearn t It is more cleanly! It gives better satisfaction! It is the most popular t It has the greatest sale of any heating stove ever made! A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp.^Belle FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER You will find everj thing in table delicacies: 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 Granite Stew Pans W » Bread " W " Dippers W " Pudding Puns lOf " Buckets W Tea Spoons, a not of Table Spoons, a set W Oil OJotb, per yard W Tea Cups and Sauoers, Lunch Boxes W Lunch Baskets ...,Wf 0 pieces Tea Bet W Thread, 3 spools for W 7 pieces iiorry Set.... 'W Lamps 6f Embroidery 811k,'.2«kelni. 6f Stamped doilies for if A nice lino ot Fanoy BJdrt*. Also a large and Complete;ilnc of TOYS, all this year's Stock. H. A. BETZ,650B.2dst , y •«?_.;-faw ji&'i i»\'tii.

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