Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 5, 1898 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, December 5, 1898
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' • ^ ',-.*tF, ^"^T v / ,,->i' n,-^ s i ' i,,,,j&i '•nT^Ji^p THERE IS REAL VALUE IN OUR .50 LINE OF 1 Ladies' Shoes \ ( | than any similar price line in 5 the country. Turns and Weits. Sizes 2]4 to 8. Widths A to E. MORRISSEY BROS Retailers of HIGH GRADE Footwear. HANDKERCHIEFS. Having taken advantage of th» closing out sale of J. M. Locke & Co., Chicago, III. We are prepared to .give some special values in Ladies' Handkerchiefs, at 5, 8,10,13,15, 20, 26, 35 cents. Remember the ea'-ly buyers will have the best se- Iection v H. f. LEHNE, 113W.Thirds! A thing of beauty Is a joy forever. S© IT IS With our dainty Gold Lace Pins we have in for our CHRISTMAS TRADE A solid (jold brooch nicely anameled, with Opal Center, only $5. •A SUN BURST6 Like out 812, the same with diamond 925. Diamond Rings are something rhat never wear out—the mounting of course will wear but the same stone in a new setting Is always a new ring. Always the Cheapest ana atwaya the best. J. H. BOOTH'S, 119 West Third Street. Sawyer & Keiser, Madison Bid*., Phone (85. Alton Conservatory. Eighth Year. Third Term. Tec. 1st. Music, Art, Elocution. Delsarte and Special Studies. Miss Alice E. Marsh, Voice and Piano, Seminary street, Upper Alton, R f M 11 I C Second and Albjr . C. /HILLS, ,u., Alton. III. Rend tor Catalogue. Q. E. WILKINSON, /M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office—Uor. and and Market sts. Residence—337 Bast iaib at. Olflce Telephone 105. Residence 1903. S iwrtleti School ot MUSIC AND ART. UPPBK ALTON, ILL, W, D. ARMSTRONG, Director. Flrtt term begins Sept. 22nd. 1698. For oourM In InSrumenUl ini Vocal dualo, Eloou- tlooIndPUnUn*. Bead for ocUlogua How Do We Do It? Aienti. No Peddleri, „ You pay one small profit; Die-hill Saved. 7 «tyles to select from. M6 machine? only 117. Complete —,-*.„, with all attachments 10 ye»r» guarantee. Equal to any machine sold ttirougn agents at twice pur price. Call and seo our HMdWUie Drop Hoad Machine and others at the office Front and Henry st. HAPQOOD PLOW CO. It Pay* to buy the Best. Beit OMdt. Prlcei Right. A Trial Order Convince*. T. M. ANDERSON, GROCER. r». - M» The veteran John J. Mitchell, of St. ouis, a large stockholder In the Chicago & Alton railroad and an officer of the company, denies that the road has been sold, or that an option has been given on it. If you have catarrh don'c dally with local remedies, but purify and enrich your blood with Hood's Saraaparllla. It has been fully demonstrated that Ely's Cream Balm Is a specific for Nasal catarrh and cold in the head. This distinction has been uooleved only ns tbo 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 bo mailed for 60 cents by Ely Brothers, 66 Warren street. New 'Yor,' It spreads over tbfl membrane, la absorbed and relief Is Immediate. Try Graln-OI Try Oraln-OI Ask your grocer to show you a package of GBAIN-O, the new food drink that takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without In- iury as well as the adult. All who try it like it. GUAIN-O| baa that rich seal brown of Mocha or' iava, but it la make from pure grains, .»nd the moal delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half the price of coffee 16o and 26o per package. Sold by all druggists. Have You Been Coughing a day, a week, a month, a year? Dr Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will cure the, cough. There can be no doubt of It It has cured many others equally ae vere. Druggists sell It. 26o. No cure no pay. BV THB TBLBORAPH PRINTING COMPANY. MONDAY BVB., DEO. B. OFrtCR: TBLBORAPH BUILDING, CORNER THIRD AMD Putu Br». TUB DAILY TBLBORAPH 1> delivered bj carriers to all parti of (fte city ef Alton, North Alton and Upper Alton, for 10 oents per week, Hailed to my addrosi at the rate of SO oents per month. THB TBLBORAPH hag the largest olroulatloa of any paper In Alton, and li the belt medium (oraiTeni>eri. Coun* TURD AND Pue> BTRIITI, TM.I- MOMI No. M. Odontnnder, for painieaa extraction. Dr. Rogers, TWrd street, over Booth'a •Messrs. Ed. and Joa. Keehner, of Edwardsvllie, were visitors here yesterday. Dr. a. A. MoMillen, dentist, post- offloe building.. Mrs. B. F. Deterdlag baa gone to Hartford, Ind., for a visit with relatives and friends. Judge Hartzell has decided the case of Ohas. Holden vs. the City of Alton n favor of the city. Mr. Holden t,n ered suit because an ordinance prohibiting the letting of city printing contracts to any bat union printers was passed. The ordinance has since been repealed and a council rulet> he same effect 1ms taken Us place. Attorney Davis, for Mr. Holden, states hat the case will be taken to the 8u- ireme Court. Gun and lock repairing done by Hubbel.—Jarrett building, e. 2nd st. Mr. G. F. Crowe left on a business rip to Kansas Olty and Fort Scott, Kan., today. &e<?tt is the busiest tailor in town. Wm. Onllen has been appointed night operator for the Bluff Line in the rassenger depot. Turkish, Vapor and Plain Baths at Frank Bauer's barber shop, 305 Belle st John Oopplnger, Jr., left for Toronto, today, to accompany his sister, Sllzabetb, home from that city. The marriage indicator IE said to be ndicating again and it points to the nilials H. and S., W. and 0., D. and J., H. and Q. Get a box of nice Xmas Cigars for him at J. E. Holl's, 648 east 2nd st. Last night was not. so cold as the coldest night of the last cold spell. ?he lowest temperature today recorded was 15 degrees abovs zero. Michigan sweet apple older at J. H. Banman's. Try Nelnlnger's Magnolia and new mproved Fig. OityOlerk Bierbaum received his credentials Saturday as marriage license clerk and began business In the olty hall building today. Llndley & Dickinson, Dentists, Nisbett bldg., opp. City Building. Mr. Q. W. Wenton, MlssTizzie Wes- bon, Mr. and Mrs. George Weston of St. Louis, were visitors In Alton yes- day at the home of Mr. Qeo. Gray. Heinz'g sweet mixed pickles in bulk at J. H. Bauman's. Among those who attended the funeral of Andrew T. Hawley were his brother, Oapt. Geo. E. Hawley, Messrs. Gains Paddook, D. 0. Adams, T. W. Smith and 0. H. Miller, of St. ,ouls. Dorsey jrnei Co. have left Belle street and are now located at 314 Piasa street. (Jive them a call. The Dominant Concert will be held this evening In Temple theater to accommodate the large number of people desiring tickets. It is the first ioncert of the series planned by the Dominant Ninth. Go to J. E. Holl's for Xmas Pipes and Olgara, 648 east 2ad st. Try the Best, "LaBelle,-' »4.00. Austin Butler, of Gallipolis, Ohio, was tne guest of his aant, Mrs. M. V. Harris, yesterday. He is en route to St. Louis where he will take the civil service examination preparatory to >eooming a government steam engineer. Mend broken dishes with "Climax" Glue Cement. Druggists and grocers. Lner Packing Co and H. O. Priest have let to D. Ryan the contract for paving Ridge street between Front itreet and Second v street, and work was begun today. The property owners on this block were granted per* mission to pave the street independently of the contractor. Shampooing and vapor baths new barber shop, A. J. Zaugg, 810 Piasa st A flne tile sidewalk Is being laid at the expense of the 0. & A. to take the place of the old plank walk on Piasa street from Fifth to Ninth streets. The work was begun Satnr day and is half finished now. The new walk will be appreciated by all who are obliged to travel on Piasa street. J. E. Holl carries the finest line of Smoker Xmas presents in the city, Call and be convinced, 648 e. 2nd st. County Olerk Rlnlker has extended tie tax levee ordinance to Include the 83,oOO appropriation for a new olty jiil. The County Olerk says he can not discriminate as to ordinances sent him by the city council. Tbe Mayor Is now quoted as being willing that a new jail shall be built and is one of the strongest advocates. Dr. A. 0. Barr, dentist, 113 W. 3d s The drop In the temperature last night had a sudden effect on the river. Behind the dike opposite the city a moolh expanse of clear ice was pread over the surface where oaterday morning the water was lear. (No ice was floating yes- erday but today the river was full of ce floes. Should the cold weather hold out for a few weeks there would ie not only superb skating but an excellent crop of Ice to harvest. For a good shave, hot and cold bath go to Maul & Hall, Piasa st. ShortNmd and Typewriting .aught by experienced teacher. Prices reasonable. Addrnss O. B. thia office. Hard and Soft CoaT Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 213. WM. FBIBS. Ohtrles P»pe, avail known glMsworker, died at bin home on Spring street Saturday night with consumption. He w»i only 25 yeart of age and his death coming DO nn- .Iruely leaves many sorrowing friends and {relatives. The funeral will be Tuesday morning at ti o'clock and services will no ,held In St. Mary's ohurcb. Mothers of Alton we want yon to remember we have the best V>f Stock- ng for boys In the world. made Comforts at $1 our gooc .30,91.02. «2.35. Buy "LaBelle The best, 94.00. Go to M. Moritz's for your winter headwear. The largest stock and atent styles. Big rire In New York. A terrible fire raged in New York aat night and today doing inestimable damage in the district of the big sky-scrapers. The large store of Rogers Peet & Co. was destroyed in a half lour after the fire was discovered. The Postal Union and Home Insurance buildings were destroyed. The flames were fanned by a wind of sixty miles an hour. Sale of fancy Articles. The sale of fancy articles of the Ladies' Sewing Society of the First Baptist church will takeplace at the residence of Mrs. Geo. T. Davis, No. 527 Altjy etreet, Friday afternoon and evening, Dec. 16, '98. Getting Ready for Committee's Report. And now it is reported that the contractor for the Fifth street paving is securing the signatures of a large portion of the property owners along the street to a paper approving the acceptance of the job. Mr. Ryan by this means forestalled the action of ;he Council on the .committee report as to the [character of work done on Bluff street and is using the same method on Fifth street. The ladies of the Episcopal church will give a tea and sale of fancy work, cakes and candy, at the residence ot Mrs. Bnckmaster, 10 E. Third street, on Saturday, Dec, 10, from 2 till 5 o'clock. for Rent. 5-room dwelling. No. L«24 E. Fourth street. Apply to wm. Sonntag. The Citizen's National Bank. A meeting of the stockholders of the new bank will be held tomorrow ,o elect a board of directors and arrange for such other preliminary steps ,hat must be taken before the Incorporation papers can be taken out. Mr. August Sohlafly of Oarlyle, was here Saturday to investigate the situation with reference to the new bank. Ele was much disappointed at not being able to secure stock in It as he considers it a first class investment and thinks it will be a money-maker for the owners. Fresh Baltimore oysters, cranberries and celery just received at Stanson & Yeakel's, 2nd and Market. Banner Bargain Month ot Fashionable Pall and Winter Woolens. 1 Those are price values positively without n precedent. SUITS TO ORDER. $16 oo to $20.00. This Includes all our flne Fancy Worsteds Cheviots, Scotch and Casslmeres, In Chocks Plaids and Stripes. Black and Blue Worsteds, Suits to Otdcr $20.00 tO $28.00. These include all our flne Imported and Do mostto woole'ia as fine as 185. ...... We are heavily over loaded with » big stock of Fall and Winter Woolens ind we must re 4uoe stock to raise money before Jan. 1st. T6< time to buy Is now. Everything at cost. Cal and bo convinced. L. Q. Brueggeman Tailoring ( 221 Piasa st. The BOYS 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 fast 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. hO<HXXX><HX><KHXXHXX>OO<H><>-CH>O-C>-<> <XH>< CLOSE OF Lirt. wo Old Time Resident, laid Away forUH Long Ret*. Sunday marked the passing of two of the old time settlers of Alten and Madison conxty. At a ripe old age two residents In the sere and yellow eaf had closed their lontt «ves of usefulness, full of interesting memories, and were laid away for the r last long rest by the sides of their families, many of whom had g° n « b f | " fore. The funerals of Captain W. P. Lamothe and Mr. A. T. Hawley were held at the same hour Sunday, the one from St. Paul's Episcopal church, and the other from the Baptist ouurcb. CAPT. W. P. LAMOTHE. The passing of this pioneer called forth a very large attendance of friends and acquaintances of the venerable man, Bnndaylafternoon. The services were held in St. Paul's church. The body arrived from West Alton at 1 o'clock and until 2 o'clock friends were given an opportunity of looking for the last time on the features of the dead. Many of his old river associates were present at tne funeral and saw the body laid away in the Alto* cemetery beside the remains of bis wife, who died some years ago. The services were conducted by Bev. H. M. Ohittendon. The pall bearers were Oapts. G. W. Hill, H. B. Starr, Alex. Lamont, Hon. H. O. M'Pike, O. W. Mllnor and Win. Armstrong. ANDREW T. HAWLEY. At 2 o'clock Sunday the funeral of Andrew T. Hawley was held in the Baptist church. Eev. M. W. Twing, the pastor, was assisted by Rev. Dr. L. A. Abbott and" Bev. Dr. M. Jameson, both Deing long time friends and former pastors of the venerable gentleman. Dr. Jameson delivered an eulogistic address calling to mind many of the characteristics of Mr. Sawley and paying an" eloquent tribute to his Christian character. Dr. Abbott's tribute to the memory of his departed fried was equally touching. The services at the churcii closed by singing "One Sweetly Solemn Thought." The pall bearers were Messrs. Geo. K. Hopkins, Geo. Emery, H. B. Phinney, H. M. Oarr, \vm. M. Pierson and Allen Jameson. Interment waa in tee city cemetery. The young ladies oM». Mary's church desire to thank the public for the kind and liberal patronage at the sale Saturday. Mrs. John T.MoG nan's ticket, 676, took the doll. Don't lose your bearings and go to Belle street when looking for Dorsey Fuel Co. They have moved to 314 Plaea street. The only place to buy GillespteOoal is 314 Piasa street.—Dorsey Fuel do. Death of Mrs. C. F. Stelzel. Mrs. Frederloka, wife of Charles F| Stelzel, sr., died at her home in North Alton on Saturday night, after a. long and painful illness, caused by an inward cancer. Mrs. Stelzel had been unconscious for two weeks prior to her death. She was born In Saxony, Germany, 1832, and was 66 years of age in November. Hhe married Uha.s. F. Stelzal, sr., in 1874. There were no children by this union, but she became mother to five children by Mr. StelzePa previous marriage, all of whom and her husband survive, also a brother Ohas. Krelnard of Dorsey, and other relatives In Bunker Hill. The funeral will take place tomorrow from the family home at North Alton, at 2 p. m. Go to M. Morltz's for your collars, I5f, two for 26?, for your cuffs, 26> per pair. The best for the money. Hard Spring Wheat. "Cream of the Earth," 91.00. ALTON BOLLHB MILMMO Co. Funeral pf Henry Mueller. The funeral of Henry Mueller was held yesterday afternoon from hie late b»me on Spring street at 2 o'clock. Bev. J. M. Galser conducted the services at the house. The attendance of friends at the funeral WM very large and Included the members of the glaasworkera union and of Ejv win Lodge, of which be was a mem- mer. At the cemetery the services were according to the Masonic ritual conducted by Dr. H. T. Burnap. The pall bearers were John Beamen, W. St. Olair, W. Nixon, A. Hoppe, A. Miller and A. Sohnorr. Wnen yon are nervous and sleep- leas, take Hood's SaraaparilU. It makes the nerves strong and glvea refreshing aleep. Coal. Hard or aoft coal at H. J. Lookyer a office at quarries. Telephone 1694 for Kent. My 7-room house In Middle town, Bt*ara heat.~U. 8. Nixon, -i i PAUL BROS. Prescription Pharmacy. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paint, Glass and Oil, Sponges, Chantlos, Toilet Articles. Fine Toilet Soaps. Henry and Second Sts. } Sudden Death. Annie Dale, a young milliner who has been working at Mrs. M. A. Hartman's millinery store on Second street, died very suddenly Sunday noon after an illness of only a few hours. The young lady came to Alan from Mt. Vernop some time ago » work for Mrs. Hartman and wan 23 rears of age. She had been suffering with a severe cold' for a few days, but her illness was not considered serious and she was able to attend to her work until four o'clock Saturday afternoon. She said that she felt so ill she would have have to go to bod. At ten o'clock Mrs. Hartman visited the room and found her in a dying condi- :lon in bed. .Or. Taphorn was (summoned but she was beyond help and died Sunday at noon. Death was said o be due to congestion of the lungs. The father of the young lady came lore from Mt. Vernon and had the >ody sent home for interment. Hard Spring Wheat "Cream of the Burth," 84.00. ALTON BOLLHB MILLING Co. Dr.A.W.Kne. Dentist. Hpaldlng bid. 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. Mold Makers' Annual Bell. The mold makers of the glass works had their annual ball at Turner hall Saturday night and a jolly good time they had too. Fully one hundred tickets were sold for the party and Turner hall was crowded with dancers until an early hour in the morn- ng. Starr's orchestra furnished the music. A cake walk was an entertaining feature of the evening. A landsome out glass water set was of- 'ered as a prize in lien of tne cake, >ut unfortunately the prize failed to arrive, and will be presented to the winners later. The judges were Will Saner, Guy Husklnaon and Henry LJnterbrink, The best walkers it was decided were Mr. Ed. Dletz and Miss illnnle Dorsett. The second best Mr Julius Wolf and Miss Amelia Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schnorr led off the grand march. The party was a great success and makes a new record of successful dances of the mold- makers. Trading it amps. After Oct. 1 we will give trading stamps to cash customers.—Dorse} Fuel Co. Every reader of tnis paper should see the sewing machine advertisement of Hapgood Plow Co. in this issue. It will interest you. A Brother's Revenge. Some years ago a farmer named Kent living near Vlrden died, leaving a widow and two sons. To his youngest son, William, be left the bulk of his eatate, about 815,050. The older son, Noble, was away from home a good deal, and had .become alienated from bin father. After he learned of the {contents of bis father's will be blamed bis brother for being out out, and threatened his life. Last summer Noble returned home and attempted to kill his brother Will, but was prevented. He made a .second attempt. On Saturday last while Noble waa In custody of the Sheriff, manacled, on a train, Will entered the train and shot Noble dead and then escaped. Personal. Mrs. Grace Cole, of Upper Alton, has returned home from a pleasant visit In Chicago. Miss Ralaton, of St. Louis, returned home today after spending a few days with Mrs. C. B. Robland. Mlaa Emma Newcom, of Sblpman. la visiting Mra. Tbos. Kowan for a few days. Bev. H. M. Chlttondeu want to Cairo, this morning, to attend the Diocesan Synod. H. J.. Romlter has returned from Cleveland, O , after a visit there. The Modern Mother has found that her little ones are Improved more by the pleasant Syrup of figs, when in need of tbo laxative effects of a gentle remedy, than by any other. Children enjoy it and it beueflta them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, Is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 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 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.oo>nd over, np to Dec. 10th. This is to help our sales before the rush of the last two weeks come. E. H. QOULDINQ'S SONS, Alton's Old Reliable Jewelry House.] gjg| INS I :s 'r| KOFFEE 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 GOODIE, Agent for CHASE & SAMBORN'S Importations. No. 26 West Second st. -I Telephone 8? BOYS! 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 $12.50. Air Rifles from 75^ to $2. A. L. FLOSS, Third st. opp. Belle P. S.~We are headquarters for Barney and Berry 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 varietyfof fine table apples. Oranges, Nuts, Celery and Fresh Oyster constantly on hand. J. H. BAUMAN, No. 400 Belle street. Phone 187 TOYS! A large and complete line of TOYS up-to-date just received. Wliloh we are ready to sliow to all. Wagons, from lt)f up; Wheelbarrows, 16C up; do Carts, 25? up; Doll Gabs, m up; Obalrs, 1<V up; Tables, 25/ up; Bauks, &> up; Tool Ubeats, 10# upj Dolls, If up. Sleds, Hobby Horses, Desks, Black Boards, Easels; Doll Beds audCradle*, . Side Boards, Stlok Horses and Chimes, Lauudery Hetw, Drumt, Pianos, Trunks, Saw und Saw Buck, etc. All kinds .of Game*. A great variety of Penny Goods. H.A. BETZ.650B.

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