Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 1, 1898 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, December 1, 1898
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THSRg IS MORE REAL VALUE IN OUR $3.50 LINE OF Ladies' Shoes Than any simi'ar price line In the country. Turns and Welts. Sizes 2% to 8. Widths A to E. MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. BV f«8 TDLBORAPH PttlNTtNH COMPANY. THURSDAY EVB., DEO. 1, TBLBORAPH BU1LJD1NO, Omirra THUD AMD Pirn Bit. TUB DAILY TBLSORAPH t< delivered by eiMeri to til part* ot the city •: Alton, North Alton and Upyn Alton, (or 10 oenU per week, Hailed to any addret* at tUe rate ot to eenti per Month. ntfc TBLKORAPH hat th* Ur»e«t circulation of any paper tn Alton, and ti the b«it medium (oradrertKen. OOSNM TltBO AMD PlAIA flTMlTi. TlLI- MonNo. M, r: For * good ibavftjiot and Cold b*th go to ManlAHall. Plftsa it, Oo to M. MorltB's lor Ton' winter heftdwfcar. The largest stock and •test styles. Another party oflllinoia Naval Militia boys who were on board the Vulcan when that vessel wont out to seek the Maria.Tereta, hare returned to their homes and received their final discharges. Among the boys was Charles Walters, of Upper Alton, who arrived home last night. All the Alton boys are at home now except Louis Utt, and he Is expected to arrive In a few days. Wanted. Twenty boys and girls, also 10 ladies, to sell tea, coffee and baking powder. Apply room 6, Consley House. 6 FOR Saturday and Monday We will give 12 per cent discount on Ladled and Children's Jackets and on Ladies' Cloth and Plush Capes. 12 per cent discount on White and Colored Wool Blankets. Children's iof black ribbed fleeced hose at 8/ a pair. Sizes 5 to 9. Children's 20? extra heavy ribbed hose at ic?. Sizes 6 to 9. v ' H. F. LCHNE, 113 W. Third st. IS YOUR NAME ; ON THE LIST ! A> t ifiblorlber to the Tsus- ! ORAPBP if it li not, It should ( be. Surely you want to keep ) posted oa tho newt at tie olty? In wbloh you lire, and all the! neighboring towns of Madlion, county, It will cost you Only lOc a Week. Oaontunder, for painless extraction. Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Misses Tlllle Yeakol and Louise Reek have returned home after a visit at Bast St. Louis. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 306 Belle st The latest rumors of the sale of the Alton are to the effect that the Van- derbilts will get control of the road. Cakewalk at Turner Hall, Saturday evening, Deo. 3. Mrs. Alice M. MltoheliT who has been visiting Mrs Homer Stanford, left for her home in Boston today. Boiled cider for mince meat at J. H. Banman's. Hart "Cream of the Earth," 14.00. AMON ROLLBB MILLING Oo. Harry Rowan had a warrant issued today for the itrreot ot Wm. H. Crawford, the colored porter of the Madison. Crawford is known to fame as the author of "Faust," through the medium of which he has attained wide notoriety. Rowan charged Crawford with using obscene language and disturbing the peace. Crawford was fined «5 and costs. McCollum In the Toy Builoeu Again. MoOollnm's, the old-time headquarters for toys and Christmas glfcs for the children, will have a flue stock ot holiday goods on exhibition Saturday. He is unpacking the finest stock he ever had and la a few days will be ready for the little folks. Mend broken dishes with "Climax" Olue Cement. Druggists and grocers. Have your gun smithing and look repairing done at the old river stand of B. Dorsett. A full line of repairs will be found there at all times. Uocd work guaranteed.—W. D. Fluent. 25 JACKETS Less than Cost of Cloth. Which have last years 9 style of sleeve, perferable to some ladies, but which we will sell at less than cost of Cloth. This is a Great Chance. Pierson & Carr D. Q. Co. u Have you Seen the New LARDER 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 haa at LindleyA Dickinson, iwntlsts, Nls- betbbldg,, opp. Olty Building. Dr. A. O. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d at The interior ot Temple Theatre is .being repainted and papered. The entire building will be painted next spring. Cakewalk at Turner Hall 1 , Saturday evening, Deo. 3. Gun and lock repairing done by Hubbel.— Jarrett building, e. 2nd et. Mrs. JeroeiStewert is dangerously ill with typhoid malarial fever, and her friends are much alarmed at her condition. _ ___ Scott is the busiest tailor in town. The ladles of the M. E. church were well patronized last night. They served an excellent supper and netted a good profit. A notice of our great offer in Jackets as found in our new advertisement; tonight may profit yon. From today the quail will enjoy a period of ten months of safety from the gun of the sportsman. During the past two months, during,which time quails have been a game bird, hunters have been numerous but the number of quails killed was relatively small. Quails were difficult to obtain on the market, they were so scare, and those who wished to enjoy the toothsome dainty were obliged to depend on themselves or friends. From now until next October a fine of 15 will be in force for every bird killed in the State of Illinois. Grand Holiday Opening. Miss ;Anna Dletsohy will hold a grand opening to show her 'holiday goods Saturday. A full stock of toys will be shown and all the children are invited to come. Fine candies and all kinds of holiday goods. Circuit Court. In the Circuit Court the trial of criminal cases will be taken up Monday. Ed. Raff for abduction and Wash Johnson for larceny will be tried. ALTON POST OfTlCf ROBBIO. A Sack of St. Loul» Mall Carried Off. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bids;., Phone 185. Q. E. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—Uor, and and Market ots. Residence—327 Bast iaih st. Olflce Telephone 205. Residence 1903. S hurtletl School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL. W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. rtnt term begin* Sept. 22nd, 1888., For ocuree In InitnimenUl tod Voo»l Muslo, BIoou- HM uil Ptlotlnc. Bend for ottalogue How Do We Do It? By baring No Anali. No Peddkri, No MliMlanMi. You pay one «mall profit. Ow-bill Sire*. 7 styles to select from. Mb machine!" only $17. Complete wltn all attachments W rean guarantee. Equal to any machine sold through agents at twice our price. Call and ace our Handiioioe Drop Head Machine and others M the Offloe Front and Henry st. HAPQOOD PLOW CO. It rays to buy the Best. felt Gtt*. Pricei Hljht. A Trial Order Ctovlacei. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. PkoM ifi. - 938 Union 8tf«t 11 Alton Conservatory. Eighth Year. Third Term. Tec. 1st. Mask, Art, Elocution, DeUarte *nd Special Studies. Mlsa AJlooK. Marsh, Voiceand Piano, Seminary street, Upper Alton, R C. Mil I S Second and Alb» • ^" «llL.Ua, ,< Bend for Catalogue, Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery just received at Stanton & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market. Mr. H. B. Coats went to Upringfleld today to consult with Attorney Chas. Palmer with reference to the school case. evangelical Sewing Society Sale. The public is cordially invited to attend the Evangelical Sewing Society sale, which will be held Friday evening, Deo. 2, at the school house on Eighth near Henry street. Refreshments served. Buy "LaBelle The best, «4.00. Rheumatism Cured in 34 Hours. T. J. Blaokmore, of Haller & Blackmore, Pittsburgh, Pa., says: "A short time since I procured a bottle of 'Mystic Cure." It got me out of the house in 24 hours. I took to my bed with rheumatism nine months ago and the "Mystic Cure" is the only medicine that did me any good. I hod five of the best physicians in the city, but I received very little relief from them. I know the "Mystic Cure" to be what it is represented and take pleasure in recommending it to other poor sufferers," Sold by 8. H. Wyss, druggist, Alton. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 Piasa et The only place to buy GillespieOoal is 814 Piasa street.—Dorsey Fuel Co. For Rent—4-room house, cor. 7th and Henry sts.—H. Wm. Bauer. iJI.OO Per Pair. Oiberson & Son have the best line of factory shoes for men and boys to be found on earth for $1 per pair. Oail and see them.—J- M. Qiberson & Son. Mr. John Curdle haa accepted a position as travelling salesman for O. A. Bayle, of St. Louis, and will start on his maiden trip In a few days. Try the Best, "LaBelle," «4.00. Dr. G. A. MoMlllen, office building. dentist, post- A Queer (?) M calcine. There is a medicine whose proprietors do nut claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient/, or that it is a cure-all. This honest medicine only claims to cure certain diseases, and that its ingredients are recognized by tbo most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder diseases. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by E. Marsh and S. H. wyss. $100, Dr. E. Detchon'* Anti-Diurttlc May be worth to you more than 6100 if you have a child who soils bedding from incontinence of water during sleep. Cures old and young alike. It arrests the trouble at once. •!. Sold by St H. Wyss, Druggist, 652 Second st.-eet, Alton, 111. The management of the Temple has about closed negotiations for the appearance of "A Uay Matinee Girl," "Shore Acres" and James O'Nel). Hand made mince meat at J. H. Banman's, The New National Bank. Mr. August Schlafly of Oarlyle, wili be here tomorrow to close up the new National Bank deal and make neces- eary preparations to begin the work of formally organizing the company. New Barber.Sbop. I have opened a fine new barber shop at Kopp.a corner, Fifth and Ridge streets, where I invite all my friends to call and give me a share ot patronage. W. A. KICK. Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," $4.00. ALTON ROLLBE MILLING Co. Coal. Hard or soft coal at E. J. Lookyer s office at quarries. Telephone 1594 Dorsey Duel Oo. have left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piasa street. Give them a call. For Rent. My 7-room house in Middletown, Steam heat.—U. S. Nixon. The burglar has now turned bis at- tenMon to Alton. He broke into the Alton post office last night and stole one sack of mail that was lying in the corridor where it had been placed for the convenience of the mail-carrier. Entrance was effected by a window on the south side being pried open with a railroad spike. The presence of the robbers was not noticed, although the post office is just across from the police station. lo has been the custom for a long time for the O. & A. baggageman to carry the pouch from the C. & A. Kansas City train to the post office and place it inside. To accommodate him he was supplied with a pass-key to the front door. It is probable that the thief saw Mr. Stanton open the door and place the pouch inside for the night. The pouch was missed this morning but it is a frequent occurrence that this particular pouch is carried up on the train and returned in the morning. Nothing was thought of the pouch until the early morning train failed to bring it and then an investigation was made. The window was found pried open and the tool used for the purpose *as lying on the ground near by. The stolen pouch contained a large amount of money represented by checks and drafts that would be worse than useless to .the thief. All the morning mall of the two Alton banks was stolen and while a correct estimate of the amount ot money represented can not be made, it is thought it will be thousands or dollars. All these checks are customarily payable only to the rightful person and can not be used. LIBRARY SUPPER. \ PAUL BROS. Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drags and Medicines, Paint, and Oil, Sponges, Cbamioi, Toilet Articles. Pine Toilet Soaps. Henry j~~^~ and Second Cakewalk at Turner Hall, Saturday evening, Deo. 3. Oall and Bee tho elegant warm lined shoes and slippers for ladies and gents. Prices 91, 91.25 and 9150 per pair.—J. M. Qiberaon & Son. Oapt. H. B. Starr, the newly appointed Chief of Police, assumed the duties of office today. Chief of Polioe Knbn retired last night. Mr. Kuhn went to Edwardaville today to arrange for removal there. We hare an Immense line of ladies and children's, gents and; boys rubbers, at very low prices, ranging from lOo to 40o per pair for children; 16o to 60o for ladles rubbers, and 26 to 50o for men's.—J. M. Giberson & Son. Joseph MoOJure was arraigned this afternoon in the police court on the charge preferred by Herman Gredlcz- er, of obtaining ;money on a worthless check. MoOlure was given one week In which to straighten up his troubles and in the meantime was allowed to KO on his own recognizance. Try Nelnlnger'i Magnolia and new Improved Fig. Hard aad Soft Coal. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 213. WM. FRIES. Go to M. Morltz's lor your collars, I5f, two for 26*, for your cuffs, 26> per pair. The best for the money. We have one of the most complete lines of heavy soled winter shoes for ladies and Igents to be found in the city, at prices that will make you buy. —J. M. Giberson & Son. Banner Bargain Month ot Fashionable Fall and Winter Woolens. 1 These are price values positively without n precedent. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This Includes all our fine Fancy Worsteds. ChOTloW, Scotch and Casalmeres, in Checks, Plaids and Stripes. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 tO $28.00. These Include Ml our fine Imported and Do- meitlo woolen B its fine as Ills, We are heavily over loaded with a big stuck of Pali and Winter Woolens and we must reduce stock to ralae money before Jan. Ut. Tbe time to buy IB now. Everything at cost. Call and bo convinced. L G. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 331 Piasa at. 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 j to 15 years, and all kind of prices. H. M. SeHWEPPE, Annual library Sapper, Friday Evening, Fram 5:30 Until 8 O'clock. Menu—Oysters, raw, esoalloped; turkey with cranberry sauce; bam, baked beans, Saratoga potatoes, chicken salad, brown and white Bread, warm biscuits, pickles, cakes, pine apple, charlotte rnsse, coffee, t tea, milk. Library will be open to visitors during the evening. All cordially invited. Come and have a social time with your friends. The Redpaih Concert. The Redpath Grand Concert Co. appeared at Temple theater last evening in the Y. M. O. A. Star Course. Almost every seat in the house was taken and the large audience was an appreciative one. Tbe concert was very fine, all the members of the company being artists of high rank. The audience was quite disappointed because of Mr. Beresford's inability to sing his solo parts on account of a bad cold. He made a splendid impression on the occasion ol his last visit here and there were many who were anxious to hear him again. The quartette, Helen Buckley, soprano; Wm. H. Rieger, tenor; Mary Louisa Clary, contralto; Arthur Beresford, bass, rendered some very pretty selections in a pleasing manner, accompanied on the piano by Hugo Frey. The entire program was excellent. It was neo • essarlly changed some because of Mr. Beresford being unable to take a leading part. PROGRAM. 1. Quartette—O My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose, (Qarrett.) 2. Concerto—Andante Finale (Mendelssohn), Mr. Rosenbeoker. 3. Nobil Signer from Huguenots, (Meyerbeer), Miss Clary. 4. Duet—I Masnadlere, (Verdi), Miss Buckley, Mr. Rieger, 6. He Was Despised and Rejected, Miss Clary. 6. Quartette—Martha, (Flotow.) PAKT TWO. 7. Polonaise, Migon, (Thomas), Miss Buckley. 8. Duet—La Favorita, (Donizetl) Miss Clary and Mr. Hereford. 9. Ballad, My Sweetheart, (Fierce) Mr. Rieger. . 10. Fantaslenrom Faust, (Wienl- awskl) Mr. Rosenbeoker. 11. Quartette— Rlgaletto, (Verdi.) The third entertainment in the course will be Edward P. Elliott, impersonator, Jan, 18, Catholic Initltutlwu Inherit Money. St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Mary's and St. Patrick's churches, Ste. Peter's and Paul's cathedral, have fallen heir to small sums of money by tho terms of the will of the late James Oalvin, the nonagenarian who died at St. Joseph's Hospital one month ago. The will has been filed for probate in the County Court and Mr. John Haley appointed executor of the will. Mr. Qalvin had lived at the hospital for many years he having no relatives whatever, and being unable, by reason of his great age, to take care of himself. Several years ago he was known to have been worth $7,000 or 18,000, but at the time of his death he left a sum not to exceed 81,600. Mr. Haley today stated that he had been unable to learn what Mr. Oalvin did with bis money as he has not, so far, discovered any papers or seourltly for money loaned. It is supposed that he gave away his belongings prior to his death, and made no record of it. The amount left is about 91,600, and this he asked to have divided as follows after his debta are paid: •25 to Rev. Fr. Hartman of St. Mary's; f 160 to St. Patrick's church for mass- esjSlOO each to the three Alton Catholic church and the remainder to St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Haley has filed his bond as executor and will proceed at once to settle up the estate. Trading Mampi. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorse} Fuel Oo. Every reader of this paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Oo. in this issue. It will interest yon. We Don't ©are To spring Chestnut any Good Cheer Once a Year, or any Christmas 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, up to Deo. 10th. This is to help our sales before the rush of the last two weeks come. E. H. QOULDINO'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 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. Death of Albert W. Hardy. Albert W. Hardy died in St. Louis Wednesday, at 2 a. m. of apoplexy, at his home 2926 Barret street, aged 69 years and 11 months. Mr. Hardy was well known in Alton, having long been a resident of this olty. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Luoaa Pfelf- fenberger and Miss Belle Mather, and a brother of Dr. I. E. Hardy, formerly of Alton. When the Alton box factory moved to St. Louis he moved his family there as be was engineer at the factory. MM. Hardy died several years ago very suddenly while going from Alton to St. Louis on a Burlington train. He leaves three children, Mrs. Harriet A. Holoombe, Anna B. and Wm. F. Hardy. The funeral will be Friday at 9:30 a. m. from the home and interment will be in Alton. rOSTERBURG. Winter aoems to have come to stay. Mrs. 0. F. Lobblg is in Alton visiting her son. A. L. Foster spent Sunday at Gilies- ple. Mrs O. P. Foster and daughter, Mrs. Hoffer, have returned from a visit in Montgromery county. Qeo. Strohbaok has returned from Boodbouse, where he baa been calling on relatives. Joe Dillon ie in Ed wards vill on Jury duty. Harry Thompson is at JDeoatur receiving; treatment at a hospital. Uicimrd Aeblook is on the sick list. Jos. Heines has moved into his new residence which is a neat, comfortable home. Wm. Metiers is doing a rushing business at his mill. A very convenient arrangement has been made for those holding pension checks. Instead of finding it necessary to take them to a bank they can have them cashed at a money order poetoflloe. The band boye are arranging for a concert to be given soon. A series of meetings are in progress at the German M. 13. church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Nuetzmau. THOS GOCDIE, Agent for CHASE & SAVBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. .- -• Telephone 8? DO YOU KNOW It BECKWITtT Genuine Round Oak? Ii is the most famous stove on earth! It will burn any kind of fuel! It gives more heat! It takes less fuel! It holds fire longer! It will last more years! It is more cleanly! It gives better satisfaction! It is the moat popular! It has the greatest sale of any heating stove ever made! • 1 «* A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle SEASONABLE GROCERIES Simon pure Buckwheat Flour and Maple-sap Syrup, Sorghum and fine table syrups. Extra fancy canned whole tomatoes. The best grades of canned Corn, Peas, String Beans, Asparagus Tips, Mushrooms, French Peas and Lima Beans. Fine grade of canned Peaches, Pine-apples, Raspberries and peeled Apricots. A nice line of Dried Fruits. Choice varietyjof fine table apples. Oranges, Nuts, Celery and Fresh Oyster constantly on hand. J. H. BAUMAN, Third Street Clothier. A Rare Musical Treat. Spaldlng ball, Friday evening, Deo. 2d, William Armstrong, the matin. gulahed muelo critic and lecturer wiU be heard on "Unpublished interview* with Great Musicians" giving stereop- tloon glimpses of their home life, etc. Mlaa Bessie O'Brien, the now famous soprano will Illustrate the lecture by rendering five beantltnl songs. Tickets BOX with no extra charge for reserved seats, on aale at Spudlng hall box office. _ " Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey FuelOo. They have moved to 3U Piasa street. Dr.A.W.Bu*. UeniUi.Bpilding bid. nut.. HAUDY-On Wodneiday, NOT. 30. Albert W. -»rdy, belored father of Harriet A. Holoomb (neo lurdy), Anna B. and Wm P. Hardy,aged Funeral torrloo at residence 3»3U Barrett street, St. Louli. Interment at Alton from II;4fi Burlington train tomorrow, to oltyoomo- tery.. The Modern Mother haa found that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of Figs, when in need of the laxative effects of a gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy it and It benefit* them. The true remedy, Syrup of Flga, ia manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. No. 400 Belle street. Phone 187 TOYS! A large and complete line of TOYS up-to-date just received. Which we are ready to show to all, Wugous, from 10/» up; Wheel* barrows, !/>/ up; do. Oarts, 25j> up; Do]J Oaba, 2(V up; Chairs, IQf up; Tables, Mf up; Banks, 6> up; Tool Cheats, Id* up; Dolls, I/ up. Sled*, Hobby Iloraoa, Deeks, Black Boards, Euaola; Doll Beds and Cradles, Side Boards, Stick Horses and Chimes, Laundery Seta, Drum*, Pianos, Trunks, Saw und Saw Buck, etc. All kinds .of Games. A great variety of Penny Goods. H. A. BETZ.650E.2dst

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