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THERE IS MORE REAL VALUE IN OUR $3.50 \ LINE OF ; Ladies' Shoes v Than ;iny similar price line in < the country. Turns and Welts. Sizes 2^ to 8. Widths A to t MORRISSEYBROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. FOR Saturday and Monday We will give 12 per cent discount on Ladies' and Children's Jackets and on Ladies' Cloth and Plush Capes. 12 per cent discount on White and Colored Wool Blankets. Children's io? black ribbed fleeced hose at 8? a pair. Sizes 5 to 9. Children's ^rf extra heavy ribbed hose at 1 $?. Sizes 6 to 9. H. f. LEHNE, 113 W. Third st. Have you Seen the New LARDER STUD In 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 withoutthe annoyance of com- ing'out of shirt or fear of loss. Only made in 14 kt solid gold, and only can be had at J. H. 119 West Third Street. ;aK**»K»*flPaP^ Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bid*., Phone 185. Q. E. WILKINSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—Uor. and and Market sts. Residence—327 Bast mh st. Office Telephone 205. Residence 1903. S hurtleti School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPER ALTON, ILL, W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. Flnt term bMlns Sept. 22nd. 1898. For »»ur» ID InstrumentaV uJ Vocal liuslo, Eloou- lloa an* Paluttns. Send for catalogue How Do We Do It? By having N« Aienli, No Peddlcri, flo Mlddlcnei. , You pay one mnall prottt. One-lull Saved. 7 stylos to select from. W5 machine? only»17. Complete with all attachments n guarantee. Equal to any machine sold b agents at twice our price. Call and see our Handaome Drop Head Machine and others •t the office Front and Henry st. HAPdOOD PLOW CO. to It Pays to buy the Best, lest DMto Meet Right. A Trial Order Coavlicei. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. ptaons 17*. - »J* Ua\an StrMt. Alton Conservatory. Eighth Year. Third Term. Tec. 1st. Music, Art, Elocution, Delurte md Special Studies. MI88 Alice E. Marsh, Voice snd Piano, Seminary street, Upper Alton, Second »dd Alby 4t ,.. AUoBl uf. Bend for Catalogue. Hard and Soft Coal. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 213. WM, FBIKB. Buy"LaBelle The best, «4.00. Prof. William Armstrong of Chicago, will lecture at Spaldlng Auditorium tonight Jon "Unpublished Interviews with Great Composers." Miss O'Brien will sing solos to Illustrate tbe lecture. The Professor lectured in Springfield last evening to a large audience. Tbe papers of that city epeak in the highest terms of praise of tbe lecture aud also of Miss O'Brien's musical renditions. Tbe lecture is instructive as well as entertaining. Tbe pictures of the great composers and other musical celebrities, are thrown on a canvass by tbe stereoptloon while the lecturer talks of them and their work. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul ft Hall, Piasa st. Go to M. Moritz's for your winter headwear. Tbe largest stock and a test styles,, Wanted. Twenty boys and girls, also lu ladies, to sell tea, coffee and baking powder. Apply room 5, Cousley House. 0 Grand Holiday Opening. Mies Anna Dletnohy will hold a grand opening to ebow her holiday goods Saturday. A full stock of toys will be shown and all tne oblldrei) are invited to come. Fine candles and all kinds of holiday goods. BY THE TBLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY FRIDAY EVE., DEO. 2. OF/ICB: TKLBORAPH BUILDING, COMM* THIRD AND Pus* Bin. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH ti dellrared b carrier* to til parti ot tbe city ef Alton, Nort Altoa and Upper Alton, Cor 10 cents per weok Hailed to any tddreii at the rate of (0 cents pe month. THB TELEGRAPH has the largest circulation of My paper In Alton, and Is tbe belt medium tor tdrertliert, Coixm THIRD AHD Pun BTRIITI. Tan MORI No. M, Oaontnnder, for painless extraction Dr. Rogers, Third street, over Booth's Mrs, H. P. Rodgers arrived bere to day from Arkansas. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Batha a Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st Cakewalk at Turner Hall, Saturday evening, Deo. 8. Llndley & Dickinson, tientlsta, Nil bett bldg., opp. City Building. Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d st Tbe marriage of Edward Lopez to Mrs. Ida Kuehlweln will take place in a few days. Oakewalk at Turner Hall, Saturday evening, Deo. 3. Go to J. E. Holl's for Xmas Pipes and Cigars, 648 east 2nd it. Gun and lock repairing done by Hubbel.—Jarrett building, e. 2nd st. No services will be held in tbe Episcopal church this evening because of the illness of Rev. H. M. Ohlttenden. Fine table Apples and Oranges at I. H. Banman'o. Scott is tbe busiest tailor in town. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranber- les and celery just received at Btan- ;on & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market. For Rent— 2 Alby street. rooms. Apply at 916 The members of tbe Union Baptist church gave a surprise on Rev. J. H. Barton and family Wednesday even- J. E. Holl carries the finest line of Smoker Xmas presents in tbe city. Oall and be convinced, 848 e. 2nd st. The ladies of the Library serve supper this evening at the library. The reputation of the ladies in the culinary line is qmite good, and they are ceeplng up their reputation. Hand -made mince meat and '.boiled older at J. H. Banman's. Try Neinlnger's Magnolia and new m proved I ig. Shampooing and vapor baths new >arber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 210 Fiaaa st Tbe hare and hound chase has been iet for a week from tomorrow, leav- ng tbe Y. M. O. A Mr. Dawson will ake all tbe boys who will meet him at o'clock tomorrow on a run for prac- ice. Tbe only plaoe to buy GillespleOoal s 314 Piasa street.—Dorsey Fuel Co. Dorsey Duel Oo. bave left Belle treet and are now located at 314 Piasa treet. Give them a call. For Rent—4-room bouse, cor. 7th nd Henry sts.—H. Wm. Bauer. Tbe suit of J. O. Cox vs the Alton Railway and Illumibatiag Oo, for' amages was set tor trial in the Oir- ult Oourt today. A number of wit- esses went to tbe county seat to tes- fy in the case. Sweet Cider at J. H. Bauman's. Try the Best, "LaBelle." <4.00. Dr. Q. A. McMillen, dentist, post- fflce building. Benj. Johnson, engineer on the pread Eagle, and Miss Maude Fin- leton, daughter of Mr. James Flngle- on, were married in St. Louis Wed- esday and bave gone to Memphis to make their home during the winter. Get a box of nice Xmas Cigars for 1m at J. E. Holl's, 648 east 2nd st. Cakewalk at Turner Hall, Saturday vening, Deo. 3. _ Oall aud see the elegant warm lined aoes and slippers for ladles and ents. Prices 91, $1.25 and 91.50 per air.— J. M. Giberson & Son. Mend broken dishes with "Climax" Glue Cement. Druggists and grocers. Tbe body of tbe late A. W. Hardy ccompanled by members and friends if tbe family arrived here at noon to- lay for Interment. Services were leld in St. Louis and the body was taken direct from tbe station to tbe ilty cemetery, where tbe closing ser- 'ices were conducted by Rev. Dr. Abbott, tbe family's pastor while re- iding in this city. We have an immense line of ladies and children's, gents and boys rub or men's.— J. M. GIberaon & Son. funeral Notice. Members of Ervvln Lodge No. 316 A. V. & A. M. are requested to meet at Maaonlo Hall, Sunday at 1 p. m. to attend the funeral of our deceased irotber, Henry J. Mueller, Members of Piasa and Franklin Lodge cordially Invited. WM. SONNTAG, W. M. In a Bulldlig on the flit Side ef Union Sta lion. The leather mall pouch and a bundle of tbe letters stolen from tbe poel office Wednesday night were found In a small building used by tbe 0. & A as an oil shed, near the water tank at Union depot. The discovery was made by fx-Chief of Police Knhn who waa hunting around for the stolen property by way of keeping his repu tatlon up. Officer Pack found a small brass box in the vicinity Thursday afternoon and the matter was reported at the police headquarters. Ex-Ohlef of Police Kubn made a search this morning and secreted under the floor of the building he found the mail poach and a number of letters, some of which bad been opened. Some of tbe letters found had not been open ed and It looked as though the tblef had been disturbed while at work and had fled. The mall pouch and mall matter was turned over to the postmaster. Inspector Price has been detailed by tbe Pontofflce department to investigate the theft and arrived here his morning. Evangelical Sewing Society Sale. The public is cordially Invited to attend tbe Evangelical Sewing Society sale, which will be held Friday even- ng, Dec. 2, at the school House on Eighth near Henry street. Refreshments served. Shurtleff College has challenged Blackburn University to a joint debate similar to the intercollegiate debate of ast year, and Blackburn has accepted. The debate will be held some time in February in Upper Alton. Blackburn olds the honors of tbe contest held ast winter, and Shurtleff is after bem. Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of the Earth," |4.00. ALTON ROLLBB MILLING Oo. The colored people who bave been >roseonting tbe school case are hope- ul of having their case come up for ;rlal hearing in the Supreme Court within a few months. In the mean- rime the more determined ones will ceep their children out of school un,11 a decision is rendered finally by the courts. In Lovejoy school there is now an enrollment or sixteen pupils and at Douglass school there is wenty. This enrollment is about ;wenty per cent of the number of colored children in Alton. Tbe ladies of the Episcopal church will give a tea and sale of fancy work, cakes and candy, at the residence of drs. Buckmaster, 10 E. Tblrd street, on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 2 till fi o'clock. Every one cordially invited to at •end Doil Sale given by young ladies of St. Mary's church on Saturday, )ec. 3, at school hall, corner Third and Henry streets. Open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. Death of Capt. W. P. LaMothe. Wm. P. LaMothe, one of tbe pioneer residents of Alton, died at his tome at West Alton at 2 p. m. today, ,fter a short illness occasioned by a all. He has been in feeble health for ome time, but would have enjoyed ife for some time to coma but for bis ocident. His death was unexpected nd sudden. He was taken much worse this afternoon from the effect f the fall and called for bis daughter, Miss Mubelle LaMothe, who was in he house with him. He lived only a ew minutes after. Oapt. La Mothe was born Nov. 24, 817, in Canada. He came to Alton in 837 and in 1840 went into the steam- oat business. His flrct boat was tbe iagle which plied in tbe St. Louis- .Iton trade. Later in 1842 he was wner and captain of tbe Louella, one f the fastest packets on the Missis- ppi. In 1873 be left tbe steamboat usineds and acquired the title to over 000 acres of land across tbe river rom Alton. He leaves three cbilren: Mrs. Virginia McCarthy, Mr. has. La Mothe and Miss Mabelle LaMothe. Go to M. Moritz's for your collars, 6f, two for 26,*, for your cuffs, 26/ per air. The best for the money. We have one of the most complete nes of heavy soled winter shoes for adles and |gents to be fonnd in tbe Ity, at prices that will make yon buy. —J. M. Qiberson & Son. Banner Bargain Montb ot Fashionable Pall and Winter Woolen^, 1 Theso are price values positively without n recedent. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This Includes all our fine ^anoy Worsteds, jhovlols, Scotch and Casulmeroa, la Chocks, nalds and Stripes. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Order $20.00 tO $28.00. These Include all our fine Imported and Do- lostlo woolens as fine as IUS. ...... We are heavily over loaded with a big stock f Fall and Winter Woolens and we must ro- uoe stock lo raise money before Jan. 1st. Toe ime to buy Is now. Everything at oo«t. Call nd bo convinced. L 0. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. 221 Piasa st. The BOVS should be kept warm. Take time and come and see what a nice line of Boys 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. 25 JACKETS Less than Cost of Cloth. Which have last years' 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. 1 'i. 3 CITIZENS NATIONAL dANK. New Bank to Be Owned by Mt» Investors Excloslvely-Outslde Capital to Be Barred. An important ^meeting of the promoters of the new bank was held Tuesday afternoon and a radical change in the personnel of the stock holders was agreed upon. The char acter of the institution was much changed by the meeting. It was de- eidedthat the capital of the bank shall be subscribed to only oy Alton men and thereby the local Interest In the Institution is to be increased. The last plan of the organizers was that 51 per cent of the stock be owned by the Scblafly's of Oarlyle who demanded a majority of the stock before they would consent to go into the enterprise. To this arrangement the local investors were not willing to agree and the meeting held Thursday was the critical point in the success of the venture. From the beginning of the enterprise the promoters have been besieged by applicants for stock to the new bank, and it was decided thai some of the offers be accepted and instead of the stock being sold to August Schlafly's interests, it be disposed of to the local investors who have been clamoring for admission to the number of stock holders. By the admission of these investors the number of persons financially Interested in the bank will be greatly increased and the business of the bank correspondingly increased. The name of the bank Is to be the Citizen's National Bank of Alton, and it is to be located in the Haageu building at Second and Piasa streets. The stock loldera are the Investors who were to have stock as first arranged, except Mr. Sohlafly. Mr. Ed Keshner of Edwardsville will be cashier and Mr. Balser Sohiess of Alton will be the President. Mr. Sohiess was prevailed upon to accept the Presidency notwithstanding the fact that he has stead fastly refused on several other occasions. As bead of the new bank his repuDation as a business man will five a prestige to the institution that would otherwise be very difficult to secure. The capital stock of the new bank is to be $100,000 and is subscribed to by the following persons: Balser Schiess, Mr. snd Mrs. Lucas Pfelffenberger, Fred Schiesa, Dr. G. Taphorn, Fred Qlllham, Mrs. Haagen, J. F. McQinnis, H. M. Sohweppe, Wm. Eliot Smith, H. G. M'Pike, Geo. Levis, E. H. Levis, A. W. Hope, Edward ,evis and others amounting to thirty- five in all. As originally intended the bank will be open for business after April The stock will be issued in blocks ranging from 95,000 to 9100. A meet- ng of the stockholders will be held Monday afternoon at which the board of directors of the new institution will be named and all preliminary business will be transacted preparatory to getting the enterprise under way. Mr. Edward P. Keshner, the oash- er, is now cashier of an Edwardsville >ank. He is an expert banker and accountant. He settled up the Setter estate in St. Olalr county, and was called as expert in the Priokett.bank 'allure. He is 37 years of age and has been in the banking business for p-ears. One of the large stockholders proposed to make the capital stock f200,000 and guarantee that it would ill be taken. The bank will open up with bright prospects. The contract lor the reconstruction of the Haagen wilding on corner of Second and Piasa streets, as the location of the bank, will be let next week, and work will be pushed to completion as rap- Idly as possible. Special Bargains. Percale Shirts, newest patterns, IBf and »l value, at 50j>. Fleeced lined and Camels Hair Shirts and Drawers, 91.25 value.at 15? a suit. Pantaloons, ready-to-wear. Price 92 and 98,50, these are our 98 and 94 line; ask to see this line of pants as we are closing them out below cost. L. G. Brueggeman Tailoring Co. i$I.OO Per fair. Giberson & Son have the best line of 'actory shoes for men and boys to be found on earth tor 91 per pair. Call aud see them —J- M. Giberson & Son. New Rartosr.Shop. I have opened a fine new barber shop at Kopp,s corner, Fifth aud Ridge street*, where I invite all my friends to call and give me a share of patron* age. W. A. KICK. Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," 94.00. ALTON KOLUJB MILLING Co. Coil. Hard or toft coal at B.J. Lookyer a office at quarries. Telephone 1694 tor Rent. My 7-room house In Mlddletown, Steam heat.-U. S. NJxon. . j PAUL BROS./ Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint, Glass and Oil, Sponges, Chamlog, Toilet Articles. Fine Toilet Soaps. Henry and Second Sts. <^^~t DISASTROUS HUE. lime of C..F. Sparks Destroyed By Fire—Tola Loss of Home and Contents. The beautiful home of Mr. Obas. F Sparks on Prospect street was de stroyed by fire yesterday afternoon and now Is nothing but a mass o charred boards and ashes where once the building atood. Flames were discovered coming from the top of the boose at 4:45 o'clock and a Ore alarm was turned in. But the flames had at that time mode such headway that the firemen and other willing helpers who assisted In the work were unable to to do anything effectual. It was apparent when the fire department arrived that the place was doomed, but the firemen worked hard to save what possibly could be saved. Some of the furniture on the first floor was carried out but the greater part of it was destroyed in the bouse. The firemen worked with a will and even while the ceiling and walls of the bouse were falling in, they stuck to their posts inside, fighting the flames and slowly getting the best of it. By six o'clock the fire was extinguished but the building was a total wreck. During the fire the neighboring houses of Mr. J. K. Butler and Mr. W. D. Sparks were often threatened with destruction but were kept soaking wet and the flying pieces ..of burning wood did not set them afire. The house that was destroyed last night was .the second one in two years. It was camparatively new and all the furniture in it was new. The loss will reach $3,000, covered with in suranoe. Trading Mamps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorsej FnelOo. _____ Every reader of tins paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Oo. in this issue. It will interest you. New Industry at West Alton. The woolen cloth manufacturing company that has been negotiating with the Piaaa woolen mill owners, has now finally decided to take tb9 site offered at West Alton and erect jaildlngs there for the new plant. Representatives of the Missouri Woolen Oo. were in West Alton a few days ago and closed the deal, receiving deeds to the site for a factory and bouses for workingmen. Contracts were let also tor the erection of the buildings and work is to be begun at once. It Is supposed the Missouri Woolen Company has given up the intention of coming to Alton. The owners of the Piaaa woolen mill could not agree to the terms of purchase which the would-be purchasers insist ed upon, so nothing was done toward closing the deal. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fa el Oo. They have moved to 814 Plasa street. Dr.A.W.Kue. Demist. Bpaldlng bid. * Rare Musical Treat. Bpaldlng hall, Friday evening, Deo. 2d, William Armstrong, the distinguished music critic and lecturer will Be beard on "Unpublished interviews with Great Musicians" giving stereop- tloon glimpses of their home life, etc. Miss Bessie O'Brien, the now famous soprano will Illustrate the lecture by rendering five beantltnl songs. Tickets 50f with no extra charge for reserved seats, on sale at Spaldlng hall box office. Death of Heory|Mueller. Henry Mueller, aged 80 years, died Thursday night at his home 019 Spring street, after an illness of six weeks with dropsy of the heart. Mr. Miller was a glass blower and was very well known tin Alton. He leaves a wife aud two children. Ko vats a member of Erwlu Lodge A. F. & A. M. under whose auspices lie will be burled Hun- day afternoon at 'i o'clock from bis borne. The Modern Mother has found that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant Syrup of ?lgg, when In need of the laxative effects of a gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy It aud it leneflta them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Oo. only. j We Don't Care To spring any Good Cheer Once a Year, or any Christmas Chestnut on yon But we Would be Glad to have ev*?y one to see our Holiday Stock of WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, CHINA, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS. 10 Per Cent Discount on all CASH sales from $s.oo'and over, up to Dec. 10th. This is to help oar sales before the rush of the last two weeks come. E. H. QOULDINQ'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 byTChase & 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. TH©S GOODIE, Agent for CHASE & SAVBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. -J Telephone 85 T| BOYS! I You could not please your boy better than by buying him a nice RIFLE for Christmas. 22 Caliber Rifles at all prices from $2 to $i2.yo. Air Rifles from 75? to $2. A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle P. S.— We are headquarters for Barney and Berry J Skates. '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 varietylof fine table apples. Oranges, Nuts,^j Celery and Fresh Oyster constantly on hand. J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belie street. - Phone 187' TOYS! A large aud complete Hue of TOYH up-to-date just reoeivod, Which we are ready to show to all. Wagons, from 10/ up; Wttttl- barrows, Wupj Go) Carts, 26Cup; Doll Cabs, Wf up; Ohalra, Ny upj Tables, W up; Banks, r>t> up; Tool Clients, 10' up; Dolls, If up. J9]0d«, Hobby Horses, Peeks, Black Boards, Jiuaois; Doll Bed* aodOr«dUM, • Side Boards, Slick Homes and Chimes, Laundery Het», Drum*, Pianos, Trunks, Baw and Saw Buck, etc. All kinds .of QAUM. A great variety of Penny Oooda. H. A. BETZ,650E.2d

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